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"tony cardenas" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:58 min | 6 months ago

"tony cardenas" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Like parlor telegram and gab. Where some went on to organize for the january. Sixth and selection many of the lawmakers set to grill zuckerberg in washington on thursday. Have signaled that after years of similar hearings. Their patience is wearing thin. We've had mark zuckerberg in front of the committee and he gives us superficial answers and a sad face but he doesn't go back to. The drawing board says representative tony cardenas a california democrat on the committee. He says he intends to use his time to questions or coburg about facebook's failure to stem the spread of spanish language. Disinformation and conspiracy theories. The bottom line is he knows and he's acknowledged with us that they can improve but they don't invest in those improvements will social media face tougher. Regulation the debate over accountability content moderation own line misinformation and data. Privacy issues is likely to take center stage and other ways on capitol hill in the coming months as well. Democrats have indicated that they intend to make oversight of social media companies. A top priority senator. Chris coons delaware democrat. Who was named the new chairman of the senate judiciary committee's subcommittee on privacy technology. And the law has said he also expects to call on bergen. Twitter's ceo jack dorsey to testify. Before his panel unlike republicans who spent hours in previous hearings pressing social media executives on alleged anti-conservative democrats plan to focus on the platforms role in allowing disinformation hate speech and violent incitement by extremist groups to go unchecked. Democrats including president. Joe biden have suggested revoking or rewriting section to thirty of the communications decency. Act a key. Legal provision that protects tech platforms from lawsuits for content posted by their users advocates for reform say that the law should be amended to make platforms more at legally for content including misinformation and incitement to violence although facebook has publicly said it welcomes section to thirty reform hostile. Lawmakers could make changes that would increase the company's costs or forces to rethink its business model. Facebook only stepped up its efforts to reduce the reach of repeat sharers of misinformation in the weeks leading up to the two thousand twenty election. According to vase an october it banned calls for coordinated interference at polling stations and posts that used militarized. Language meant to intimidate voters. This included words like army or battle. Facebook's vice president for content policy monica bickered told reporters at the time. This came after the president son. Donald trump junior was featured in campaign videos calling for every able bodied man and woman to join the army for trump's election security operation to defend their ballots at the time facebook. Touted these minute changes as decisive actions..

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"tony cardenas" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:10 min | 10 months ago

"tony cardenas" Discussed on Here & Now

"Your fellow democrat representative. Eliza slatkin of michigan told politico. Recently that the brand of the national democratic party is mushy. That people don't know what the party stands for. What it's about do you agree. Oh i i have a lot of respect for her for my friend in know i. I wouldn't agree with that though. I i think that i believe in the party of john kennedy and barack obama. I believe in the party of harry. Truman and franklin roosevelt. I don't think there's a thing mushy about that. I think these were leaders who stood for progressive change in their time. That's who we are. That's what that's what we're about we can do that again. And i think that the solutions are all around us but it starts with having someone at the triple c. Who is humble enough to listen to everyone to take seriously their opinions and to run a rigorous after action process. That really gets some answers so we can have a shared understanding new battle plan and we can win what congressman it does sound like you are willing to criticize at least some ways that the party has been run over the past years. You've said that the triple c. itself is stuck in the past. So how so would you change. Well as my mom likes to say. I'd rather light a candle than curse the darkness. I think there's always things we can do better. And that doesn't take away from all the hard work that's been done now but yes. We can raise our game in the space of digital and social media communications. We can do better on that. I think we can look at what went well in two thousand eighteen particularly the exciting things that happened with women voters with people of color. The african american community and places like georgia where organizing and community engagement. I think delivered that state. We need to learn from those strategies. I think we have become too good at at big money and big tv ads and not as good as being on the ground In in the community doing the old fashioned organizing work that worked well in the civil rights movement and the labor rights movement and the lgbt equality movement. That's that's who we are. I think that's particularly true in certain latino communities where we need to understand the full diversity of those many different communities and have some cultural competence and the way we engage there. It's why i'm proud. That people like borana. Escobar and linda sanchez have joined my campaign. And we elevate those issues so there's many things we can do better well to the point. You're trying to make their congressmen. We just spoke with representative tony cardenas. A spanish speaking person from california. Who's making a lot of the points you are. Why wouldn't he be better to do that kind of outreach considering his background i don't take anything away from my friend tony cardenas. I think he'd be a very effective on that project. In particular i think latina's like roenick escobar and then to sanchez will have the lead for me on those issues and would be equally effective and there are other very important issues as well. We need to have a real fifty state strategy for redistricting. That's very important. We need to fix our polling data and registered voters and expanding the electorate. I have a plan for that. So there's a lot that goes into selecting the next d triple c chair but it doesn't mean my opponent doesn't have something to offer. I'm we're friends and classmates from two.

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"tony cardenas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 11 months ago

"tony cardenas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Promised us that he was going to support the police, and then he marched with people. Looking to the fund. The police messaging is not a new fight for Democrats. California Congressman Tony Cardenas, who's running to lead Democrats House re election effort in 2022 says members are getting the framing wrong. I think that the emphasis of trying to hold on those shares voter is the wrong place to start, he says. It's about making sure that all of the legislation that happens from the moment Joe Biden is sworn in hits people at home and his translated in a way they understand. That's something most Democrats agree on. Next time they won't be running against President Trump. They'll be running on a record they plan to build with Biden. New York congressman Sean Patrick Maloney, who's competing against cardinals for that job, greed, and he thinks that time and policies Democrats plan to pursue will make all the difference is, I also believe will be entering a cycle next time with the pandemic, God willing in the rear view mirror and an economy that is in full rebound. The first Democrats will have to decide which policies they vote on and whether they want to stick to areas where they agree, or if they pick their different versions. The party against one another Healthy smell. NPR NEWS Washington This is NPR news. Coming up in the next segment will have a bay curious story about strange sounds from the Golden Gate Bridge..

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"tony cardenas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:21 min | 11 months ago

"tony cardenas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ideas like Medicare for all of $15 minimum wage and aggressively curbing climate change, and that's what we did over and over and over again. That led to this huge turnout of young people, black and brown and immigrant voters that delivered US victories in these key states. But moderates say big progressive turnout in cities and suburbs may drive up Democrats numbers in statewide and presidential races. But in their closely divided district's some progressive messages can turn toxic Abigail Span Burger was narrowly reelected in Virginia district that went for Republicans from 1971 until she won in 2018. He says Democrats need to focus more on Proactiv messages and passing bills that speak to people like funding for education and expanded rural broadband. And when it comes to big issues like police reform, she says, Democrats need to stick to talking about policies, not slogans. People know what the verb defined means. And I have had people just across the spectrum say that they don't want to see our local police departments to funded, she says. The police reform bill Democrats passed didn't defend the police. But that's the phrase that ran in Republican ads in districts were Democrats lost this year like this ad against Max Rose, who lost his seat in New York. He promised us that he was going to support the police, and then he marched with people. Looking to the fund. The police messaging is not a new fight for Democrats. California Congressman Tony Cardenas, who's running to lead Democrats House re election effort in 2022 says members are getting the framing wrong. I think that the emphasis of trying to hold on those his voter is the wrong place to start, he says. It's about making sure that all of the legislation that happens from the moment Joe Biden is sworn in hits people at home and his translated in a way they understand. That's something most Democrats agree on. Next time they won't be running against President Trump will be running on a record they plan to build with Biden. New York congressman Sean Patrick Maloney, who's competing against cardinals for that job, greed, and he thinks that time and policies Democrats plan to pursue will make all the difference is, I also believe will be entering a cycle next time with pandemic God willing in the rear view mirror and an economy that is in full rebound. But first Democrats will have to decide which policies they vote on and whether they want to stick to areas where they agree, or if they pick their different versions. The party against one another Kelsey Snell. NPR NEWS Washington This'd NPR news Coming up in that will just about a minute. We've got the California report first, though Joe is back with traffic. With very little traffic. Just one hazard. If you're traveling Oakland on 5 80 eastbound between 35th and high, there's a report Of Ah roller carpet and kanna paint in the middle of the road. The right of the Bay Bridge is fine. No backup of the tolls, no metering lights. But right at the metering lights into the base of the incline. Word emerges from 20 lanes to five. It is pretty crowded there. That's it. Joe McConnell for captivity. Okay. Thanks. Joe. Support for KQED comes from UCSF Swain and Gladys Valley Center for Vision. Open in Mission Bay, delivering off the Moloch ji and optometry.

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"tony cardenas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"tony cardenas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He was going to support the police, and then he marched with people. Looking to the fund. The police messaging is not a new fight for Democrats. California Congressman Tony Cardenas, who's running to lead Democrats House re election effort in 2022 says members are getting the framing wrong. I think that the emphasis of trying to hold on Joseph Voter is the wrong place to start, he says. It's about making sure that all of the legislation that happens from the moment Joe Biden is sworn in hits people at home and his translated in a way they understand. That's something most Democrats agree on. Next time they won't be running against President Trump will be running on a record they plan to build with Biden, New York Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney, who's competing against cardinals for that job, greed, and he thinks that time and policies Democrats plan to pursue will make all the difference is, I also believe will be entering a cycle next time with pandemic, God willing in the rear view mirror and an economy that is in full rebound. The first Democrats will have to decide which Paul is. Sees they vote on and whether they want to stick to areas where they agree, or if they pick their different versions. The party against one another Kelsey Smell. NPR NEWS, Washington This'd NPR news coming up an interview with country music superstar Chris Stapleton, and you'll hear some of his music ahead as well with NPR's No. Well, king. Morning edition. Let's hear some traffic..

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"tony cardenas" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"tony cardenas" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The news on the hour real news real reporting i'm pam coulter a raucous democratic presidential debate has just ended in miami c._b._s.'s alison qisas live to wrap it up for us the second debate over minutes ago and a lot more exciting than day one california representative eric swallow scored some points on former v._p. biden noting that he was six years old when biden said it was time to pass the torch which needs to happen if the nation's issues will be solved several candidates cited climate change as the first issue they would tackle as president and there was a prickly discussion about racism between biden and senator kamala harris but the best known candidates got most of the questions despite attempts by others to acquaint themselves with voters alison keys c._b._s. news live in miami i'm stephen portnoy at the g twenty summit in osaka japan as he sat next to the german chancellor the president said he walked past tv set showing the debate and the moment when all the democrats on stage said their health Care plans would cover illegal immigrants and Borja. Discuss with American citizens. name so we just passed that i came here mr trump tweeted that's the end of that race the house today overwhelmingly passed the bipartisan senate bill to provide billions of dollars in funding to address the humanitarian crisis at the southern border but democrats like california's tony cardenas weren't happy about it we voted for less than what we should've done for the lives of so many men women and children who seek to come to the greatest land on earth the united states of america blocked by the supreme court for madigan citizenship question president trump is suggesting delaying the twenty twenty senses something experts say would be unconstitutional loyal law professor jessica levinson on what the court did sensually what they said is the way tried to go about adding that question was a problem in essence because we just really don't believe you so if you wanna try again if you wanna try and show your homework in some sort of better way then we're open to that twitter her is putting political figures in world leaders on notice if they're tweets threaten or abuse others they'll be slapped with warning labels c._b._s. news technology analysts larry maga- twitter didn't name any specific public official when they created this policy but in the path they've allowed tweet by the president to remain up even though they may have violated the company's rules against bullying but now the company has a formal policy of essentially warning readers that post may be abusive but explaining why it had been taken down the dow lost ten points today this is c._b._s. news c._b._s. news radio is your home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world we give you the coverage you can trust there's nothing like meeting face to face and there's nothing like zoom to make that happen.

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"tony cardenas" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride

Silver & Black Pride

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"tony cardenas" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride

"He ran weather around four to nine or so at the combine. He's a guy. That's fast physical playmaker. He fits with the raiders Jon Gruden liked to do and want to do especially on the defense side of the ball. Now. Let me recap my mon- draft my final mock draft going into round one quitting Williams defensive tackle from Alabama Cleveland feral defensive and edge rusher from Clemson Josh Jacobs, running back from Alabama and Darnell nail savage free safety from Maryland. Those are the four guys I think the rate is taking with their first four picks his draft providing that oh make any type of traits. That is the politic truth. I wanna invite you guys to again, check out our YouTube channel will be broadcasting. After the end of the first round. I'll have George Takada and Joe Pacek with me, we will be dissecting breaking down the raiders picks. We'll see. Just how George Joe like it may not be safe for work. Also, I wanna invites you guys check out all the shows sober black pride podcast network. That includes silver black Turpin campbellton Scott winter that also includes spitting silver and black with Niang Kaelin, which actually has a really good show this week with special guests, Tony Cardenas go. Tony douse. Go is a very very good and popular sports figure in Las Vegas. Tony is a guy that I did play by play with for UNLV everybody likes. Tony's is the tremendous human being old school guy going to tell you lots of good stories, but break some things down. He's going to be one hundred percent honest with you disagree. You're gonna know it and is a great great podcast. Check out the two youngsters with Tony. And then obviously, please continue to join queue and myself on and you guys really made us and made the show very special, very popular. We appreciate all the downloads and all the listens and the love and the feedback but positive negative. That's just one of those things where at the end of the day, you guys make you a what it should be an that's coming up as one of the better if not what are the best raider podcast on the internet right now. So we appreciate you for your listening with that. So thank you again for all your time. Thank you for joining me talk to you. My name is Spencer home by name is Jason Kurt. My name is Ryan nanny combined. We form the shutdown. Stran- keep telling you this forecast is technically college football podcast. But it's also a show about care disaster regional grocery stores. We live Tennessee Batman homeowners associations bears in video games. Pittsburgh Batman, the hell of being trapped group, text unreliable legal advice. I mean, there's also some actual football discussion about coaches, having huge contracts or coaches making terrible decisions or coaches, saying really stupid things or the NC double as saying released. Yeah, there's lots of stupid things in this big dome. Beautiful sport time Arkansas decided to use a captured feral hog as a mascot and it escaped and it wind up killing seven rattlesnakes a pig and a Coyote, sometimes we talk about okay. If you wanna take college football exactly as seriously as it deserves to be taken come find us on apple podcasts Spotify or wherever else you listen to podcasts like this one. Full cast. It's not voltron unless it is. Gamut?

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"tony cardenas" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:42 min | 2 years ago

"tony cardenas" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Tweets. Tweet tweet. Oh. Earlier. We we read you the tweet about how other people are writing books about what he should be doing. And he ended that tweet by saying I take back. I sit back I look around. And I say, gee, I'm in the White House, and they're not which I just made me laugh. Just after that. He did he did he's done a lot of tweets morning. But just after that he did to tweets in a row. The first one was large sections of wall wall is in all caps every time. He he uses the word large sections of wall have already been built with much more either under construction. Herb ready to go renovation of existing walls is also a very big part of the plan to finally after many decades properly secure our border. The wall is getting done one way or another. He's up. He followed that up immediately with a tweet. Let's just call them walls from now on and stop playing political games. A wall is a wall. All right. Okay. All right. I actually, okay. That he laid it out. I mean, I actually, but it's a it's a it's a physical barrier. I know this this has been the sticking point. Right. It'd be maybe we call it a fence, right? But this has been the sticking point. I mean, I really, and I've mentioned this many times that I felt like it was appealed to the base and helped him win the election. I felt that the constant referring to it as a wall didn't end up benefiting him because they just everybody just get stuck on that you just get stuck on wall. You don't you don't. He Nancy Pelosi gets to play this little game of look we'll fund border security, but not a wall, right? And is the difference. He moved over to physical barrier. He changed the the way that he was describing it right to have a be a little bit more nuance because it is it's not a wall in every location some locations. It is a physical barrier. Other locations, it's an actual using technology to be able to to to to keep an eye on certain areas, where a any type of infrastructure just isn't feasible all that being said, I kind of appreciate the fact that he's like, let's just call it a wall listen to stop because the other way wasn't working either. It didn't matter. It doesn't matter. What he calls it. So I'd rather just stick with wall. And just leave it at that. And make that be the all purpose phrase for border security of what we're looking at. Because you know, I was wrong in thinking that being nuanced and being specific and getting away from wall was actually going to make a difference for the left. No, no. Because it's not about like, I've said a million times is that old shut down this whole standoff. It's not really about border security. It's about beating Trump. Yeah. That's all. That's all. This is about there's not letting Trump get a win. That's Nancy Pelosi's entire mission as speaker. And it doesn't matter what the issue is whether it's border security, whatever it is. It doesn't matter if they think that passing something might give Trump something he can laud celebrate brag about or or make his supporters happy are simply not going to do it. Nope. I mean, it's all about twenty twenty. That's it. Free beacon House Democrats yesterday rejected a Republican proposal to add a provision that would block federal employees who were disciplined for sexual misconduct to receive the same pay raise as the rest of their colleagues. Republicans attempts in seem like something that would be all that controversial. No, no. The the Democrats want to give every all these federal employees a pay raise your point six race. They wanna give them a two point six percent raise Republicans offered a proposal or an amendment to that proposal disciplined saying if you have been disciplined for sexual misconduct, then you're not going to get a raise. Right. I mean, they should have gone so far as to say if you've been disciplined for sexual misconduct, you're out bright. But they didn't is it. You're not going to get a raise. Got soundly defeated. Yeah. The House Democrats received support from seventeen Dem's, but it was rejected on two on to sixteen to two six vote, by the way names, like Angie, Craig, Colin Petersen, Alexandria, Cossio, Cortez, and Ilhan, Omar all voted against it. Yeah. Angie, Craig Collin Peterson AFC and and Representative John Omaha voted no they wanna give raises to people who have been accused of sexual not accused discipline discipline of sexual misconduct. Raises? Yes. To those why I don't know. Somebody should ask the McCollum is also on there. Okay. Also on their a spokesperson for House Republican leader. Kevin McCarthy slammed the Bill ahead of the vote to adopt the amend amendment on sexual misconduct. Washington democrat as Washington Democrats continue their ill-advised push for unilateral pay raises for federal employees, regardless of their performance Republicans continued to as Democrats to amend their legislation. Currently this Bill treats victims the same as their harassers. This makes no sense. Phillips, also appears to be. Vote. Yeah. Okay. All of the Minnesota Democrats refuse are struck down. A proposal that would have would have prevented those from getting disciplined of sexual misconduct from getting a raise all of Minnesota's Republican congressional representatives voted in favor. It was very much a party line vote. I mean, it was what was it? It was you mentioned seventeen seventeen Democrats voted. Yes. Two hundred and fifteen no one Republican voted no one hundred eighty nine Republicans voted. Yes. Failed to oh. Six to sixteen to give raises to people disciplined of sexual misconduct. Hashtag me too. Yeah. One member who opposed the proposal. This is not surprise Representative Tony Cardenas democrat of California. That was the guy that was sued last year by the woman who says he dragged he drugged and groped her. When she was sixteen years old. Is chaired the vote for the Democrats that must've been awkward and weird. That'll be it was it was. They just don't care. Clearly point drug to women in groped her. I mean, he clearly doesn't really have scruples. Well, but you know, you. Sense of right and wrong. Senator at all. Clearly,.

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"tony cardenas" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"tony cardenas" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"Because I feel like if we continue letting him use the same tactics create chaos. Hold us all hostage. It's only going to escalate and get worse. And so there is a part of me. That's like, yeah. Call his bluff, finally, please just at the expense of so many people in that is unfortunate. I did read that Mitch McConnell. Is starting his sort of behind the scenes machinations. I think he understands I am like, holy speculating here. I think he understands ought some level. There is a remarkable opportunity for Republicans to get a lot of immigration reform that most of them think is a good idea, but are scared to do because of the base of the Republican party. They could get it done here in the name of getting our coastguard paid in the name of getting the government reopen. They could make compromises that. They have been afraid to make in other contexts and get this thing done and all of us be better for it. This doesn't have to have happened in vain. Now, this is a stupid way to get us there. But here we are in stupid land. So can we make the best of it? And I wish that they would just get to work on that you could have pretty good immigration reform done here as a compromise and away for some. Of those Republicans who wouldn't cast these votes otherwise to save face with the bass, the always compliment the other side before we move onto our main segments. Sarah who do you wanna compliment today? I'm going to go back in time a little bit. And I am going to complement president. Ronald Reagan who signed the law that created the Martin Luther King junior holiday into law in one thousand nine hundred eighty three as we are recording on Martin Luther King day. And so I know that history is complicated, and it was a reluctant signing, but it was assigning just the same. And so I would like to recognize that Ronald Reagan did create this holiday in which we get to celebrate. And contemplate memorialize somebody who is so important to our American history into civil rights in the United States. I wanted to complement Representative Tony Cardenas of California. He accepted an apology from Representative Jason Smith of Missouri after Smith yelled, go back to Puerto Rico during a squabble on the floor of the house. The house was like erupting, basically over this. Got a little intense in their man kind of felt like we were in the UK for a second over roll-call vote versus a voice vote on one of the funding bills and.

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"tony cardenas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"tony cardenas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Nathan it is day twenty eight of the government shutdown and both sides are showing no signs of coming together. House. Democrats tried to push through a Bill to reopen. The government in a tense voice vote yesterday debate over the votes grew. So he did that a Republican member of congress allegedly yelled at democratic Representative Tony Cardenas of California quote, go back to Puerto Rico Walker. Dennis was speaking on the house floor house majority leader, Steny Hoyer of Maryland responded. I would hope that we could refrain from any implications which have any undertones of prejudice or racism or any kind of ISM. President Trump reportedly directed as former longtime personal attorney Michael Cohen to lie to congress. Efforts to build a Trump Tower in Moscow during the two thousand sixteen presidential election. According to the BuzzFeed report Cohen says the president directed him to claim negotiations to build the Trump Tower ended months earlier than they actually did a judge rejected allegations that the shocking video of the quantum McDonald's debt proved that police officers staged a cover up in the fatal shooting the black teen in Chicago. Now, another judge must decide how long the officer who pulled the trigger spins behind bars. Jason Van Dyke was convicted in October of second degree murder. He will likely go to prison for at least several years when he's sentenced today. Critics of the police department of worried he might receive a light sentence. Antiabortion activists are holding their annual March for life in Washington DC today. Meanwhile, this weekend marks the third annual women's March in cities across the country to push for. Social change, New Jersey. Governor Phil Murphy and legislative leaders agreed to a deal that would raise the states minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. The agreement would raise it by twenty twenty four New Jersey would become the fourth state in the country behind California, New York and Massachusetts on the wage issue. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron at tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg. Nathan, michael. Thank you five. Thirty five.

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"tony cardenas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"tony cardenas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Ninety two three FM. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. Got ugly in the houses majority. Democrats tried to push through a Bill to fully reopened the government. No funding for President Trump's border wall. At one point it's alleged the Republican yelled at Los Angeles. Born Representative Tony Cardenas to go back to Puerto Rico majority leader, Steny Hoyer won't say who it was. I would hope that we could refrain. From any implications which have any undertones of prejudice or? Racism or any kind of ISM Friday is day. Twenty eight of the shutdown the health and human services department's inspector general reports thousands more migrant children may have been separated from their parents of the US Mexico border than previously reported by the administration. The government report suggests President Trump stuff immigration policies contributed to even more immigrant family separations that homeland security reported and it began a year before they announced their zero tolerance undocumented immigrant policy. The inspector general says poor federal agency tracking and communication made it harder to see. If those children ended up with your parents or other guardian ABC's Andy Field in Washington in Los Angeles negotiators striking teachers in the school district met for the first time since the strike began union, president LX Caputo Pearl optimistic. Arguing is likely to continue tomorrow and likely to continue into the weekend. More than six hundred thousand students impacted by the strike by teachers sixty one year old education secretary, Betsy DeVos. Recovering from a broken pelvis and hip socket suffered in a cycling accident this month. She's in a wheelchair while her injuries. He'll sign all the times. The venerable Jewish-American publication. The forward announced it is ceasing printed editions and will become a digital only publication the last print issues in English and Yiddish will come in the spring. You're listening to ABC news. It's one thing to say this year, I get healthier and another to actually do it quick is making it easier though to start in actually stick to a healthy routine. I'm Jamie, west and equipped toothbrush is unlike any other toothbrush out there. I actually look forward to brushing.

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"tony cardenas" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"tony cardenas" Discussed on WTVN

"Six ten WTVN. Columbus. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. It got ugly in the houses majority. Democrats tried to push through a Bill to fully reopen the government with no funding for President Trump's border wall. At one point it's alleged the Republican yelled at Los Angeles. Born Representative Tony Cardenas to go back to Puerto Rico majority leader, Steny Hoyer won't say who it was. I would hope that we could refrain. From any implications which have any undertones of prejudice or racism or any kind of is Friday is day. Twenty eight of the shutdown the health and human services department's inspector general reports thousands more migrant children may have been separated from their parents of the US Mexico border than previously reported by the administration. We government report suggests President Trump's tough immigration policies contributed to even more immigrant family separations that homeland security reported and it began a year before they announced their zero tolerance undocumented immigration policy. The inspector general says poor federal agency tracking and communication made it harder to see. If those children ended up with your parents or other guardian ABC's Andy Field in Washington in Los Angeles negotiators for striking teachers in the Elliott school district met for the first time since the strike began union, president LX Caputo Pearl optimistic. Arguing is likely to continue tomorrow and likely to continue into the weekend more than six hundred thousand students impacted by the strike by teachers sixty one year old education secretary, Betsy DeVos, recovering from a broken pelvis and hip sockets suffered in a cycling accident this month. She's in a wheelchair while her injuries. He'll sign of the times the venerable Jewish-American publication the forward announced it is ceasing print editions and will become a digital only publication the last print issues in English and Yiddish will come in the spring..

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"tony cardenas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"tony cardenas" Discussed on KOMO

"It's ten o'clock. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. Got ugly in the house majority. Democrats tried to push through a Bill to fully reopen the government with no funding for President Trump's border wall. At one point it's alleged the Republican yelled at Los Angeles. Born Representative Tony Cardenas to go back to Puerto Rico majority leader, Steny Hoyer won't say who it was. I would hope that we could refrain. From any implications which have any undertones of prejudice or racism or any kind of ISM Friday is day. Twenty eight of the shutdown the health and human services department's inspector general reports thousands more migrant children may have been separated from their parents of the US Mexico border than previously reported by the administration. The government report suggests President Trump's stuff immigration policies contributed to even more immigrant families separations and homeland security reported and it began a year before they announced their zero tolerance undocumented immigrant policy. The inspector general says poor federal agency tracking and communication made it harder to see. If those children ended up with your parents or other guardian ABC's Andy Field in Washington in Los Angeles negotiators for striking teachers in the Elliott school district met for the first time since the strike began union president Alex Caputo Pearl optimistic. Targeting is likely to continue tomorrow and likely to continue into the weekend. More than six hundred thousand students impacted by the strike by teachers sixty one year old education secretary, Betsy DeVos recovering from a broken pelvis and hip socket suffered in a cycling accident this month. She's in a wheelchair while her injuries. He'll sign all the times. The venerable Jewish-American publication. The forward announced it is ceasing print editions and will become a digital only publication the last print issues in English and you to Schmil come in the spring..

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"tony cardenas" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"tony cardenas" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Got ugly in the houses majority. Democrats tried to push through a Bill to fully reopen the government with no funding for President Trump's border wall. At one point it's alleged the Republican yelled at Los Angeles. Born Representative Tony Cardenas to go back to Puerto Rico majority leader, Steny Hoyer won't say who it was. I would hope that we could refrain. From any implications which have any undertones of prejudice or racism or any kind of ISM Friday is day. Twenty eight of the shutdown sixty one year old education secretary, Betsy DeVos is recovered from a broken pelvis hip socket suffered in a cycling accident this month. She's in a wheelchair while her injuries. He'll sign of the times. The venerable Jewish American publication. The forward announced it ceasing printed editions and will become a digital only publication the last print issues in English and Utah come in the spring, Richard Cantu. ABC news. Spraying, right? Did you just look down at your phone? He did it again, didn't you? You know, you're flying down the road in a three ton hunk of steel and a text takes your eyes off the road for an average of five seconds at fifty five miles per hour. That's one enough to travel the length of a football field and cause some serious damage. Turn it off. Trust me, whatever it is. You'll live. Learn more at stoptextsstopwrecks dot org. Brought to you by the Ad Council and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration everybody, I'm Brian Kilmeade. You know me from FOX and friends in the morning and the Fox News channel, which you may not know is on the radio show right here. I really respect your diversity. It's thought diversity and viewpoints, your viewpoints and political positions, even when we disagree and sometimes we do. So I want to.

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"tony cardenas" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"tony cardenas" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"A group that actually advocates this it's called the voluntary human extinction movement event. So this dude that founded it he's on a worldwide crusade human is other members besides having children are so damaging to the planet. The only interest for humanity the die out voluntarily and he's an old guy. He's like he's he would get the senior citizens special a Denny's. Like, okay. Well, if you really believe it, why didn't you do it? You know? Well, somebody's got to tell everybody else they have to die. I mean, seriously what? So Steny Hoyer was telling media that a GOP lawmakers today yelled at California Representative democrat Tony Cardenas to quote, go back to Puerto Rico, except what the media is doing by representing this bias with a mission is that Representative toady card, and as it was his pack that also apparently reportedly helped organize the whole trip, and he was down there in Puerto Rico and apparently just out back. Yeah. So let's not talk about the actual. You know, let's make sure that we present it in the worst possible way folks, southern poverty law center's accused of racketeering and wielding the hate label to kneecap opponents this according to the Washington Times the hate they are a hateful group center for immigration. Studies file a racketeering lawsuit against the southern poverty Law Center that was one-sided by attempted murderer Floyd Lee Corcoran's who shot up the Family Research Council offices in DC while carrying Chick-fil-A sandwich is during the whole Chick-fil-A argument of several years ago after finding their address and finding reading about them on the southern poverty law center's website. So we'll see how that goes. It's been very interesting moving on down the line route Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has cancelled to upcoming events. She had to speaking events this. According to a couple of news outlets. She was going to attend a January twenty ninth event in Los Angeles that was has been cancelled. And then there was another event scheduled for. February six with philanthropist, David Rubenstein, which was apparently also cancelled she's Kerr tailing travel focusing our no work while recuperating from recent surgery, according to an Email from folks representing her will.

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"tony cardenas" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"tony cardenas" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"This is news ninety six point five WDBO. Ooh, man. So apparently, I don't know. Some people have said, I guess it's getting a little heated outside Pelosi's office. So people are arguing somebody's BMW. Apparently, also got towed capital. All yeah. So I don't know. Gosh, dang, Stephen. As is gonna join us next. And there was a bunch of other stuff that I wanted to ask him. But now we gotta talk about now. So. There. You are. Oh, my word. My word my word. All right. Let's kick it into some headlines. And now all of the news, you would probably miss. It's time for Dina's quickfire. Let's see what do I want to start? Start. Oh, gosh. This one Daily Mail. So there I didn't know there was a group that actually advocates this it's called the voluntary human extinction movement event. So this dude that founded it he's on a world crusade human is other members having children are so damaging to the planet. The only answers for humanity dial voluntarily and he's an old guy. He's like he's he would get the senior citizens special at Denny's. Like, okay. Well, if you really believe it, why didn't you do it? You know, somebody's got to tell everybody else they have to die. I mean, seriously what? So Steny Hoyer was telling media that a GOP lawmakers today yelled, California, Representative democrat Tony Cardenas to quote, go back to Puerto Rico, except what the media is doing by representing this bias with a mission. Is that Representative toady cartoonists? It was his pack that also apparently reportedly helped organize the whole trip, and he was down there in Puerto Rico and apparently just out back. Yeah. So let's not talk about the actual. You know, let's make sure that we've presented in the worst possible way folks, southern poverty law center's accused of racketeering and wielding the hate label to kneecap opponents this according to the Washington Times. They are a hateful group center for immigration studies. Follow racketeering lawsuit against the southern poverty Law Center that was one-sided by attempted murderer fluidly Corcoran's who shot up. The Family Research Council offices in DC while carrying Chick-fil-A sandwich sandwiches, during the Chick-fil-A argument of several years ago after finding their address and finding reading about them on the southern poverty law center's website. So we'll see how that goes. It's gonna very interesting moving on down the line, ju Justice Ginsburg has cancelled to upcoming events. She had to speaking events this. According to a couple news outlets. She was going to attend a January twenty nine th event in Los Angeles that was has been cancelled. And then there was another event scheduled for February six with philanthropist, David Rubenstein, which was apparently also cancelled she's curtailing, traveling focusing our no work while recuperating from recent surgery, according to an Email from folks representing her. Well, we do wish her a speedy recovery. And hope that she is in good health moving on wash this business. So in Virginia robots are taking over grocery store, aisles. Yeah. Well, apparently, this is the thing they're they're they're they're experimenting more and more aggressively stores are experimenting. Yeah. I would be totally worried. They're experimenting with like robots to assist with like, groceries and stocking and things like that. I don't know one in Virginia. It looks.

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"tony cardenas" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"tony cardenas" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Single. Got. And we do want to be fair to Senator Menendez. There have been hours of meetings. There was hours of meetings yesterday before their flight they did six hours on Sunday. We did talk to congressman from California Tony Cardenas, and he was more than happy to defend the decision to come down here. Amidst this partial government shutdown and it's important for people to understand understanding. Yes. A shutdown is going on in Washington. But as you can see people are living and thriving and trying to survive here. What to say I love that. Of course, we we're quite aware. There's a shutdown in in in the government. But as you can see here in Puerto Rico people are living in thriving. Again, they don't they don't work for the government. And you're not doing anything to help open it up. You're just sitting on the beach and San Juan, and it's our job to come here touch feel and understand what has been going to. No, it's not. No, it's not it's called the J U N K E junket. And that's what they're doing down here. But again, this is more than one hundred lobbyists here in, you know, the optics of it not so sure it look too good. It's the shutdown with all these people not getting their paychecks one hundred lobbyists shoot. That's nothing. Let's go to will in Denver will with Michael Brown. Once you got will. Your question. Well, it's not really a latency issue. The issue of of being able to simulcast on YouTube and Facebook simultaneously. I like what you said about splitting the audio video. I've been out of the game. For awhile used to be on your engineer. I can't do anything about your video feed. But as far as your audio feed. You could actually reduce your buffer solace. It's possible. A delay software to one of your signals. But the ten millisecond thirty will with all with all due respect. We don't have an audio latency issue. Okay. The PR the pro the maybe I didn't specify clearly enough. What the problem? The problem is that we we have the inability to simulcast both audio and video to Facebook live and YouTube at the same time. I said that. Going along the lines of what you had mentioned about doing two, laptops, and splitting the seed. Well, we we we wouldn't fit. We wouldn't split the feed of the audio because the audio comes right out of the boards. I mean, that's the audio is what you hear coming right out of these microphones the I was thinking about doing a split of the audio Emam sorry of the camera feed. Okay. Well, yeah, I'm sorry. I might have jumped ahead on there for a little while. All right. Well, thanks for trying though. Appreciate it. It was totally helpful. The thanks for trying. Thanks for playing. Maybe it's just trying to get that free. Burger I promised speaking of Facebook, not being able to let a simulcast Facebook's also tech giant Samsung is undefined at the moment for making it impossible to delete the Facebook cap, and you have a Samsung phone or lifelong. I have a pixel what's up that a Google? Yeah. It's fun from its snowball things. Yes. Families out don't like it. Why does Facebook have their clutches in every segment of our media? I dumped Facebook over a year ago, and I don't want it. Why am I not able to delete the Facebook app from my s seven edge the app is the privacy threat, if I can delete it will be they lost some some product I ever own isn't this the very definition of malware? Why would anyone choose hardware that forces you to run unwanted software? Well, he prince stole ads can only be disabled and not actually removed from devices an ass. Thanks to a deal between Samsung and Facebook social media platform claims though that the disabling the app is good is deleting it in terms of privacy, all peak long convinced by that especially in light of recent scandals surrounding Facebook. I know that clips about Samsung, and the fact that you can't delete the Facebook app off your Samsung phone, and I find that interesting. But you what I find more interesting. What do you think it is Angie? What I like to pronounce the the pronunciation of privacy. Okay. Don't you think that sounds much more sophisticated than privacy? I you should respect my privacy privacy, courtesy. My privacy. Privacy. We're just the British accent is just so much more sophisticated than than us hick Americans out here just wanna just wanna keep things private keep things to ourselves and everybody just leave us alone. Just leave us alone. That's all we want. The wanna be bugged van Jones, the communist that used to work for Barack Obama got real excited because that brings me right back to where I wanna go which is about twenty twenty. He's talking to camera Harris, are you gonna run for president of the United States.

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Jonathan Mullin, North Haven and Director discussed on

01:58 min | 3 years ago

Jonathan Mullin, North Haven and Director discussed on

"Put it out there i'm michael crozier live from the kfi twenty four hour newsroom a new lawsuit claims the school district intentionally covered up abuse in the classroom a family claims a young girl with special needs was sexually abused in two thousand and two lawyer louis korea says school officials sat on the evidence that community will finally see what the elliott who is d has been doing in this case for fifteen years hiding evidence teach was later convicted in other abuse cases and sentenced to more than one hundred years in prison the school district says it's working to improve reporting of abuse congress california congressman tony cardenas as outed himself as the person named in a lawsuit from a woman who claims cardini drugged and fondled her in two thousand seven he says that did not happen cardenas is urging the public and his colleagues to do the right thing as he puts it in withhold judgment until there's been a full vetting of the facts lapd detectives in van nuys have identified a man who's been burglarizing people while they've been at funerals detective mark diamonds has grieving people were not looking at their phones at a service to see something may be wrong at home a delay in them even realizing that they got these alerts and feel time passes before they even see what's going on and can get home and discover what was being taken to notify the police diamond says it's possible brett patrick rogers has staying at motels hotels in the city of orange in huntington beach worn for his arrest has been issued more info you can go kfi's website keyword burglary could see pictures comedian bill cosby and fugitive film director roman polanski have been expelled from the academy of motion picture arts and sciences a statement from the academy says the expulsions are in accordance with the organs asian standards of conduct cosby was recently convicted in pennsylvania and sexual assault polanski left the country decades ago to avoid going to prison for having sex with a minor nine swat officers have been hurt in connecticut trying to negotiate with a man accused of holding his wife hostage for days the woman called police wednesday night to report her husband for domestic violence north haven deputy police chief jonathan mullin says officers got there and tried to get the.

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