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"Democrats have pushed their flagship environmental and healthcare bill through Congress Today is really a glorious day for us House speaker Nancy Pelosi calls it a monumental Bill It includes Congress's biggest ever investment in curbing carbon emissions while cutting pharmaceutical costs and taxing big companies a package of keen Jeffries and others hope will energize voters in November Another transformative bill brought to you by your friendly neighborhood Democratic Party The GOP will solidly against what Missouri's Jason Smith called wasteful liberal spending that will raise costs for families It will only make the suffering Americans face today that much worse The bill is a win for President Biden who had seen his leading domestic goals nearly collapse Sagar Meghani Washington
What Do Anthony Fauci and Merrick Garland Have in Common?
"What do Anthony Fauci and Merrick Garland have in common? I know they're both kraven old men that are using their twilight years to terrorize a majority of the country and they're both approximately 5 feet tall with no Napoleon syndrome, by the way, trying to tell us how to live our lives and using their power for evil, but they're also creatures of the administrative state. Now, as we talk about on this program, the constitution authorizes three types of power. We all learn this in school. It's very basic. The legislative branch, the executive branch, and the judicial branch. How does the administrative state though fit into that arrangement? And the answer is it doesn't. If you go all the way back to 1887, Congress created the interstate commerce commission. It was expanded decades later, but it was almost this fourth branch of government, the birth of the fourth branch of government, and it was no coincidence that happened in the late 1800s. This was where the focus on scientism was born industrial revolution, people start to think they could perfect man. We need the council of experts, the administrators that know best. We have allowed over the last hundred years. The administrative state also called the deep state or the shadow government to do whatever they want to do with very little check or balance or transparency being demanded.
How Did the FBI Get so Tone Deaf? Kurt Schlichter Explains
"How do you get to this level of tone deafness? The FBI? Well, it's not tone deaf. They know exactly what they're doing, and they thought they would get away with it. The thing is, we need to keep pointing out the hypocrisy to normal people who aren't paying attention and whose normal sense of justice repels them from this sort of thing. But among us conservatives, I don't want to hear any more about the hypocrisy of the I don't want to hear it because that's established. Right. I want to hear how we're going to destroy the FBI. I want to hear how this accursed agency is going to be disbanded and defunded. And I don't want to hear any more good Apple crap. All right, what's the name of the FBI agent? He said, here's my gun. Here's my badge. I won't be any part of this. Now I'm sure some have retired sooner than they would or not joined. But I'd like to see a few go, no, I'm not doing it because I won't be part of an American saucy. And of course we haven't seen. Instead, we see 30 of these schmucks show up with our stupid windbreakers and their assault rifles. To go raid Mar-a-Lago, you know? I mean, remember, these are the guys who murdered the mom of a guy who may or may not have sold a salad off shotgun 30 years ago in the Randy weaver thing. They blew his 9 year old kid away. They killed 80 some people at Waco. Their crime lab put out false results that led to the conviction of many, many people, including some death row guys. They have line on warrants, they have lied to Congress, they have leaked classified material. I don't want to hear about, I don't hear anything about the FBI.
Would the FBI Really Plant Evidence? Julie Kelly Weighs In
"Julie, let me ask you, you were talking about how the FBI has a track record of planting evidence. I have said gingrich has said in president Trump has said, I hope they weren't planting some stuff at Mar-a-Lago, and immediately we're all smeared as conspiracy theorists. Enlighten us about the FBI's track record on planting evidence. Well, we have to look no further, of course, in the infamous steel dossier, which was fake evidence planted not only throughout the media throughout Congress, but of course presented to a secret court, not once, but four times and presented by the FBI, signed off on by James Comey, and then Andrew mccabe. So what was interesting, Charlie, is that I've been covering the retrial of the remaining two defendants in a Whitmer fed napping case. And what came up yesterday in opening arguments by defense attorney was talking about how an FBI informant planted material for an explosive device in the truck of his client, the defendant, and then when he was arrested by the FBI, the FBI collected that and used it as evidence against him.
The Left Who Plead the Fifth
"I'm a finish the list of people who play at the 5th. We can go back through Obama's boy. Ben Rhodes, you know, after he, you know, the Iran deal went south, Congress wanted answers. He sent his buddy Ben roe, a rose. I said, Ben roe, Ben Rhodes. To testify, he played the 5th the whole time. Brian pagliano, the one that was the IT person that with no security clearance was the IT person of Hillary Clinton's private server in our House who got exposed to classified information and all kinds of other stuff. All the government secret everything. This guy didn't work for the government. Anyway, when he had to testify, he evoked the Fifth Amendment a 125 times. Then you had a similar person, similar to Brian, because they were both associated with this private server. And Paul, he was a part of, I think it's called plate. River network, I could be saying it wrong, God forgive me. He was the person responsible of wiping Hillary Clinton's private server with bleach bit. He also refused to testify before the House oversight committee and played the 5th.
Scott Perry Spokespersn Denies Any 'Overturning-the-Election' Talk
"Perry's spokesman Jay ostrich said the congressman denied being part of any such discussion about Ways to overturn the election I suppose Let's see Perry was present during the December 21 meeting between members of their house Arch conservative freedom caucus they write and Trump the strategize about what Congress could do to block final certification of Biden's election They're perfectly free to do that That's not a crime and the Democrats do this all the time Acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donoghue Now this guy is a real louse In my opinion Told Senate Judiciary Committee stab Perry called him at Trump's behest on December 27th To discuss what turned out to be an Erin analysis circulating among Trump backers at the time that Pennsylvania certified vote count was higher than a number of voters who had actually cast about who cares So what And they go on Of course they cite That's a case here Cassidy hutcheson Who of course was found not to be all that of a reliable witness was she
Republicans Should Fire the 87,000 IRS Agents in November
"And I'll say one other thing given how out of control this federal government is And I mean this If and when the Republicans take over they'll need the presidency and Congress they should fire the 87,000 IRS agents That the Democrats are in the midst of hiring They should fire them How Slash the budget And they should make that promise now And they should tell anybody You're going to go into the Internal Revenue Service You're going to be one of these 87,000 Well make sure you have a plan B for your career because when we take over God willing We're going to eliminate those 87,000 positions That's what we're going to do
Does the Conservative Party Have the Requisite Bench to Step Up?
"Used a very powerful phrase, government, mafia. We've just discussed the FBI. What else needs to be done? And more importantly, you're talking about having your person in place who's going to stop the leaks and everything else. Do we have the requisite bench cash Patel? Do we have enough people who actually believe in the constitution believe in one judicial system where all are treated equally to man those positions? I think we do. And if there was ever a shortage after last night's rate on Mar-a-Lago, I think we got a whole lot more. And you know, I say that half jokingly, but you pointed out so many people on the radical left are coming out and saying, wow, we just maybe handed it to Donald Trump in 2024. Think of how many people in the middle are actually going to be like, forget this bastardization of the constitution. I didn't sign up for this. I'm with you guys now. So I believe we have the bench in place. But what we also need is a righteous Congress to act. We need Kevin McCarthy to come in if he's the Speaker of the House or wherever, to come in and say, yes, not only were the investigate Merrick Garland the attorney general and the FBI director and the agents below him and the AAG is at the DoJ who politicized it. But we're going to hold you in contempt of Congress and prosecute you when you fail to abide by congressional subpoena. We are going to get the documents out at Congress that these agencies won't give us. That's the starting point. That's what we do first in November. And then we lead up to 2024 where we build the bench that we have and put them in the places we need to be.
Seb Talks to Kash Patel About the Purpose of Security Clearances
"I have so many things I want to dissect with you. Let's start by let's talk about clearances and classified information. Yeah. So I've still got my clearance. I gained a clear inside of clearance, a secret clearance in the British Army. I got a TSS CI in The White House when I came in and I think most people don't understand why the clearance system exists and why we have classified information and who the intelligence agencies of America work for. So would you as somebody who's worked in Congress convicted terrorists to the DoJ ran The Pentagon, why do we have intelligence services? And who are they writing their classified products for cash? Yeah, that's a great starting point. We'll get to their failures in the second, but classified information serves a purpose set. It's to protect American national security interests, which means you are protecting Americans. And sometimes the information is so sensitive, we don't want it out there in the public. IE. We don't want to tell Baghdadi that we're coming to get him because we put it out on Twitter. We don't want the facebooks of the world to know the positions of our hostages before we go and get them. Those are just obvious examples, but the better point is the intelligence collection doesn't always necessarily lead to an end state. It shapes policy at The White House and how we defend against Russia, China, and Iran, the largest state sponsor of terrorism and the like. So there is a need and a purpose for classified information. But the over classification of information has become a systemic problem and the failure of agencies to be able to share with each other is another problem that I tried to fix when I was deputy director of national intelligence.
Caller: We Need Oversight on the FBI
"Everybody's talking about what Congress should do. They should have hearings, whatever. My point is that I think they need to really look at making changes in that there needs to be true oversight of the FBI. Right now, people assume Congress has oversight, but if you look at any hearing they have, the FBI or the Justice Department can say, well, we can't talk to that because it's an ongoing investigation. Right. Or they said, we'll get back with you on that. And they never get responses back. So whether it's Congress or the Senate, they get blamed for a lot of stuff Republicans. You didn't get anything done. Well, the way the laws are right now, they do not have true oversight over the FBI. And I think the laws need to be changed or the rules change to where there is true oversight. There's an independent body elected body that has oversight over the FBI.
IRS Deletes Job Posting Seeking Applicants Willing to Use Deadly Force
"They're not going to be armed or anything. Their weapon is a calculator. Their weapon is an audit, you know, you got to pay your taxes, dot your eyes, cross your T's, make sure you got, you know, a good tax preparer because you're not going to have to have armed IRS agents to deal with. Wait a minute, what's this? Wait a minute. What's this story? An online job posting for special agents within the law enforcement branch of the IRS is causing a stir on social media as Congress is about to pass the spending bill that will greatly expand the IRS, a link to a job posting appeared to have briefly been deleted yesterday following online outrage of the postings language. What would that language be? Well, let's read it together. A key requirement for applicants for the IRS in this particular job category is that they have to be legally allowed to carry a firearm and major duties include carry a firearm and be willing to use deadly force. If
Mark Robinson: Trump Shows What America Can Do When Put First
"Anybody who listened to your speech at cpac should not have been surprised by what happened at Mar-a-Lago just the other day or what happened to Congress from Scott Perry yesterday. Absolutely not. These folks are coming after us with everything that they have. They are really trying to make an example out of president Trump, this president Trump scares the heck out of this guy because and I'm going to tell you what I believe is to be taught. It's because he showed what America can do when you put America first. When you put the globalist agenda assigned and you put the American people first and unleash their energy, he showed what can happen and it scared the heck out of the global cabal and they want to destroy him.
No Adequate Rationale Can Be Given for This Raid on Mar-A-lago
"Very interesting conversation with Liz Harrington following up on equally interesting conversation yesterday. With Trump lawyer Christina bob, and I think I'm struck listening to both those women about their just sense of incredulity. That this is happening in America, a raid on not just a former president. That would be like rating George W. Bush's home. Trump remains the leading figure in the Republican Party. He is the most likely contender for 2024. And all of that makes what's happening even more ominous. You've got an regime in which Biden, who ran against Trump in 2020 and might run against Trump in 2024 going after Trump by having the DoJ having his thugs having his police force. Raid Trump's house. Now, it takes a special Trump derangement not to see that this is out of line. Especially since no adequate rationale has been supplied. I mean, if you're waiting for a press conference in which Biden and Kamala Harris say, listen, we came up with this new information. There's a gray, violation of law, and we were forced to take action and take action now and not just take action now, but take action in this way. It would not have been enough for us to demand the return of these documents. It would not be enough to go through normal processes. We had to send people with long guns. None of this was even happened. No rationale has really been supplied. There have been these vague references to the archives and classified information. And again, you have to be, you know, almost nuts. Just think that that's a reasonable justification. I mean, just Trump himself pointed out that Hillary Clinton, you know, deleted an ass and washed 33,000 emails after those emails were subpoenaed by Congress. Think about that.
Takeaways: Trump tightens grip on GOP, narrow Squad victory
"Donald Trump's election year tour of revenge continues as he oust more Republican members of Congress and helped strengthen his grip on the party in Wisconsin Michael's a wealthy Trump backed businessman won the Republican primary for governor defeating former lieutenant governor Rebecca clayfish and establishment candidate and Ron Johnson who has been embroiled in January 6 investigations easily won his primary but is considered the most vulnerable GOP senator up for reelection in liberal leaning Connecticut Lee or a levy had a surprising win over a more moderate rival a day before the primary when the FBI raided Mar-a-Lago Trump held a tele town hall rally for her and in Washington state 6 term congresswoman Jamie Herrera butler who voted to impeach Trump conceded defeat I'm Julie Walker
Is It Time for a Refresh at the FBI? Matt Whitaker Weighs In
"This as well as the vast majority of FBI DoJ is 99%. I mean, they're tired of this. I think, you know, I've talked to them, and I know you have, well, they're just tired of this. You're right. Do we go back? Because you were sitting at the top of the ladder there. You saw some of this play out, you've known some of these players, is it time just for, I mean, down to some deputy level, it's time for a refresh at the FBI, probably at DoJ as well. And how do we make how can we encourage that to happen? Because this has gotten singing grain. Yeah. It is. I think it's also time for Congress quite frankly to exert its really one lever that it has. And that is funding. There needs to, you know, the FBI has, I think, maybe 30 agents dedicated to lobbying Congress. They are very effective at building these relationships, explaining their mission, explaining how important their mission is and how they do their mission. But when you're priorities are taking people off of violent crime, international terrorism, you know, listen, we've had 50 people in terrorist watch list try to enter our country in the last year on the southern border. You know, all of these issues, Doug. I think it's time to start having a conversation legitimate conversation about funding for the FBI and their priorities because they always come and then they ask for more money. I supported, for example, them plussing up their cyber capabilities seemed important seems sort of forward leaning. But you know, what I think they're using those resources for instead of doing the issues I just described and so many other important issues, you know, child sex trafficking and just there's a million issues, as you know, that the FBI investigates. I think they're spending way too much time on these political cases. For example, this one against Donald Trump,
Raid on Trump's Mar-A-Lago Estate Questioned by Some Legal Scholars
"In the national archive and records administration said that Trump took 15 boxes of presidential records to his personal residence in Florida, those boxes allegedly contained classified national security information and official correspondence between Trump and foreign heads of state. The notified Congress in February that the agency recovered the 15 boxes from Mar-a-Lago and identified items marked as classified national security information within the boxes. And they say it goes on to say the national archive and records administration described itself as the nation's record keeper. Now, for some reason I believe that they think that Donald Trump has more information still at his personal residence. Is that true? Could they be planning information on Donald Trump? I don't know. Nobody knows. They clearly got a warrant. Now we know for a fact, all you got to do is look at when Donald Trump was running for office and the Steele dossier and all these other stuff that they were doing they had authorization which we've now found is illegal authorization unjustified unconstitutional authorization to spy on American citizens.
Congress can get Trump tax records, appeals court rules
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting an appeals court rules Congress can get former president Trump's tax records A federal appeals court has agreed with the lower court ruling saying Congress can access former president Donald Trump's tax returns a three judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia circuit agreed with U.S. district judge Trevor mcfadin a Trump appointee who in a December ruling said the chairman of the House ways and means committee has brought authority to request the records The House ways and means panel first requested Trump's tax returns in 2019 Under the Trump administration the Justice Department defended the decision by then treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin to withhold the tax returns from Congress Mnuchin argued the records were being sought by Democrats for partisan reasons Mike Gracia Washington
Trump: Clinton Was Allowed to Delete Emails, Never Held Accountable
"With the now fully debunked Russia, scam impeachment, and so much more, it just never ends. It's political targeting at the highest level. Hillary was allowed to delete an acid wash 33,000 emails after they were subpoenaed by Congress. Absolutely nothing has happened to hold her accountable. She even took antique furniture and other items from The White House. I stood up to America's bureaucratic corruption. I restored power to the people and truly delivered for our country like we have never seen before. The establishment hated it. Now as they watch my endorsed candidates win big victories and see my dominance in all polls, they're trying to stop me and the Republican Party once more. The lawlessness, political persecution, and witch hunt must be exposed and stopped. I will continue to fight for the great American people. That's
"us congress" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"Year. Go ahead, shout it out. And it's not in order. In recent weeks, our congressional reporter Natalie Andrews and her colleague Eliza Collins spoke to nearly 50 lawmakers and their staff about the legacy of the January 6th attack, Natalie joins us today to share what they learned. Hello, thank you for having me. Could you paint a picture of what the atmosphere is like in Congress now? Certainly the house is best described by many lawmakers and aids as toxic. It's a toxic place to work. Members who are retiring have cited the toxicity as a reason why they no longer want to be there either in public statements or inside conversations. It's a tough place to work right now. There's a lot of distrust between Democrats and Republicans. It's members who used to work across the aisle have said that they're not as interested in doing that in the Senate. It's a little different. They have a reputation for being the calming place in the capitol. And there are a legacy of longtime senators who've been there for literally decades. And so those relationships have really helped heal wounds that were opened on January 6th. Going back to the house, can you describe any particular moments from the last year that really speak to how toxic relationships have gotten there? The way that members talk to each other and address each other and the way the insults are just hurled at each other is shocking and it's led to delays in votes delays in legislation. There's a lack of respect. One thing to note, there was a series of votes in December and the members were set to vote on legislation condemning the treatment of Uighurs in China, which is universally bipartisan. There were a series of votes that were supposed to happen and they happened well into the night close around midnight because they spent the hours during the debate. Insulting each other, then striking that. The maker of this bill has no business sitting on house committees, has no business in this chamber. The gentleman will suspend. It's an illustration of how toxic things are certainly in Congress right now. Yeah, to that end, it doesn't sound like Democrats and Republicans agree that January 6th is what really led to this breakdown in civility. There seemed to be some dueling explanations that you were picking up on. Republicans will cite how Democrats acted after Donald Trump was elected. And they will say that Democrats immediately opened investigations into Donald Trump's presidency, some called it illegitimate. They wanted to investigate him called for impeachment right away. Republicans have wounds from that. And they cite that is when toxicity really started to build. I interviewed majority leader stunning Hoyer for this story, and he has been in Congress since 1981, and he said that the toxicity has been building since back into the Reagan administration. He said it's a slow building curve, but he said after January 6th, it's the worst he's ever seen it. Yeah, you mentioned one Democrat and one Republican representative who won't even work together on, what does it leave for parents who've lost a child? I mean, you think that would be pretty low hanging fruit. Yes, and Brad Schneider, a Democrat has set his office calls the Schneider standard. They won't work with a Republican who voted against certifying election results. So they have this bell to help parents who've lost a child and they'd been working with Paul gosar from Arizona Republican and they found a different Republican to work with. Anthony Gonzalez and they worked with him on the legislation. What mister Gonzalez is retiring. So there's very few Republicans who are going to be left these Democrats want to work with. Natalie, are there any silver linings that you heard in your conversations, any evidence that lawmakers could possibly pull themselves out of this descent into just ever greater partisanship? I talked to Republican William Timmons. He is part of the committee to modernize Congress, which is a unique committee in the fact that they are often bipartisan and they have put the toxicity in Congress as part of their agenda. Part of that includes forming relationships with Democrats and Republicans early like at their orientation. Right now when members come to orientation, they're divided by party almost entirely, just the way that Congress has developed and training lawmakers. They have the Republicans take theirs and the Democrats take theirs. They're pushing to bring that together. And so members start out making relationships right off the bat. Hey, it would be a start. Yeah. Congressional reporter Natalie Andrews, thanks so much for the.
"us congress" Discussed on Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler
"And i won't give the whole thing away but right before the end you see the grit and it is so cool to see this. Light work grid. Filling the sky refusing everything attaching everything and it gets to the whole construct of who and what and where we are. And what's going on. I i realized when. I say time and space this this is going to get very muddled when we look at at a crop circle as to me a reminder a wakeup call that you are not alone we look at sightings as an icy and one level is the same thing on another level. I see it as as helping us for our energy to raise for consciousness to awaken. What is what is the game that is in play here. And is it a game of going. Back to jodie foster as elliot contact this has been done for millions of billions of years. And we're being eked along or what's going on here for. I mean this has to do with physical laws of the universe. So it's almost like you know it's kind of just like we have agreements and laws like you. Don't do certain things when a child is three years old. You know what i mean like there. Is you just assist the three year old to figure out its environment. It's a natural order of things so when humanity is really like a three year old. It's like you're reading the philosophy book to your three year old. He is getting it on some level but he probably won't really processed information integrate information until he's at least twenty years old so there's that problem already that's number one second. There's also something called free will i. I talk to people all the time as you know through regression or this or that as i'm working with someone And they're trying. They're stuck in their life. They wanna create money. They want to create relationships or whatever or job. And then i say they say will. I don't know why the universe doesn't help me..
"us congress" Discussed on Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler
"I don't know what the cost of a fighter jet is these days. A significant cost to a fighter and we have pixellated grainy ages. That's the best that we can do is an image that you could get out of a crackerjack box. Exactly that's another major red flag because also well. I am working right now on my new film and i have part of the cast in his the navy actually personnel. That were on the ship and the all now this is. These are multiple witnesses on the two thousand four. I'm talking about the u. s. s. Nimitz jato these are also high ranking officers in different position in the all say the same thing what they do is they record all the time. Anyway which makes sense. I mean wouldn't you do that. I would like your your. Your job is to observe for anything. That's a threat. So you would be running your cameras in your radars twenty four seven and so the fact that we only get this teeny tiny bit of video doesn't make sense and the fact that it's so grainy into also a the witnesses have mentioned multiple witnesses have mentioned that the image was clear Everybody could see it all. And i mean it was obvious in. These are the guys who worked in that room. So since you're working on a documentary. And i certainly don't want to give it all away. I don't know what there is to give away yet. I'm really intrigued. What do once these personnel. Leave the navy. What do they clearly feel it is. They know they all seem to think. It is definitely not of this world because some of them do think it's a drone technology and but to be honest. It's it's so interesting how it affected them. I'm talking psychologically emotionally I've talked to them. You know. I've talked to different ones. Like i said Who were on the ship and saint time in. That was amazing. I mean these guys. These guys are military because of that they really feel. They came in contact with something other worldly more than it's a foreign avatar adversary or or some sort of advanced technology human technology. It's interesting when my wife. And i lived in taus years ago and we drove back to colorado..
"us congress" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"Because you know. It's one of those issues where it kinda like the israel-palestine issue or or several other of these foreign policy issues Where politicians feel a necessity to pay lip. Service right yeah. I doubt that you could go and find anyone. On capitol hill. That would say wonderful. Nice glowing things about the chinese communist party right but the problem is is in putting that into action. And that's what we're seeing here. Is this kind of T to to come full circle back to the united states innovation act. Is that you know that that's exactly what we're seeing here is that this is this is a that is effectively paying lip service to the idea of doing something about china without actually doing anything. And that's what obligations are seems to be best at doing something without actually doing something absolutely. Let's cover the second argo because he gave me to here This is by sarah. Anderson representative ted bud talking about pork barrel. Earmarks begin to poison washington We only got about four minutes left. I i'll give you that time to really talk about this article. And i'll drop it in our chat room. Yes it's just real quick as as you said. This was an article by my colleague. Anderson represented ted bud Where they talk about the earmarks issue so if you are were unaware your march went away for a little while and came back now and if you don't know what an earmark is you're not alone. It's basically a line item. A piece of the budget where members can submit. Try and get a bridge or an aquatic center or a baseball field and really anything you want. But in their particular district so these are using funds to do usually infrastructure things or something related Public works in in particular district and it's particularly problematic because that's where a lot of log rolling happy in congress a lot of Fevers or exchanged in exchange for you know these projects so um used for example. There's a couple from the article. Actually that you know representative. Donald payne junior from new jersey is asking for a half a million dollars for a meditation and restorative yoga program and additive. Luke oh the next one's Representative mukora from california has asked for two million dollars To build a pickle ball court in orange county. No i think you can find it. It's in the budget and the these are the kind of things that you get when you have the remarks process so i encourage everyone to go online. That article The washington examiner. I think yesterday And it's a really great look at why your march or such a disastrous budget mechanism and why they ended up creating more corruption More fraud and more waste and obviously more abuse absolutely lou from freedom works. I guess what when you're on my show we have breaking news here The us senate has blocked that january. Sixth commission fifty four to thirty five just came out about eleven minutes ago. Oh dang i get off. I'm going to have to go and look at that. And if you didn't know rick in the next about our. We should have a budget from president biden. So that'll be a. We didn't talk about it the six trillion billion gazillion package that he wants to put out now so.
"us congress" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"Try and figure out ways to make Mice glow in the dark so that was a funny one. But you know it's just another it's just another example of You know not targeting money in the right places and just. Nobody seems to care about fraud. Waste abuse anymore. No at this point the amount of money that's being xerox and it seems like xerox and just shipped out. We'll talk about the six trillion dollar proposal in a minute but in in in two ways first of all the chinese reverse engineer all our stuff so the fact that that that that doesn't really cover that intellectual property i know marco rubio had a big thing about the intellectual property aspect and secondly you just mentioned we keep talking about the the the the science foundations. If we're putting so much money into the signs organizations these nationalized federalized organizations yet every two or four years when election cycles come up. We need to pour more money into education because our science is so terrible but report money into the science foundation. So why are we so terrible at science. When we're spending supposedly spending the money to do scienc- things yet. We always compare the are terrible to the rest of the world. at least that's what they tell us you're right and i guess the only other thing on on the show since we're already harping on china. I guess we have to talk about john. Cena right that You know it. It's really sad to see all of these these celebrities Kind of kind of take a stand especially on taiwan on hong kong. Talk about lebron. James you know they they kinda you can see them kind of wanting to take a stand But then getting getting pulled back by the powers that be and and both in terms of members of congress and i think the general public and even celebrities but i think they're really needed to have a willingness to start talking about these things and say we really need. I mean we talk about when President trump answered the phone call from the president of taiwan and the left we media lost their minds and they thought that china was gonna start throwing nukes around all of these stuff But i think that you know a really a tough on. China approaches is really necessary and if we're continually kowtowing and you know always washing exactly what we say so that we don't You know make beijing mad. Then we're never going to get there well..
"us congress" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"Works is gonna join me before. He checks out for his memorial day. Weekend how are you mr hogg. I'm doing great rick. Always be happy to be on where we're happy that you took some time on the friday before memorial day to join us a lot of people Tend to check out a little early. But now you my friend you are. You're with us in ready to talk some talk. Some washington insider stuff did you. What's your thoughts on that china. Bill that that just went through That ad ninety one to four. I believe support both. Republicans and democrats. Did you hear about that. yeah. I saw that. That's a really weird one. I believe you're talking about the united states. You know the competition act or earlier. It was the endless frontier. Were always talk about in dc. They have all these titles to basically cover up. How bad all the bills are really. It was really weird scenario because as you said you know had this overwhelming vote. But the bill doesn't ostensibly supposed to be going after the rise of china and doing a whole bunch of stuff to try and combat ip theft.
"us congress" Discussed on RIGHT NOW Podcast
"He had the obvious live here. Presidential hopes people were saying into this election. And yeah i think he's i think by certifying the election when he said he wouldn't He's kind of dash that it remains to be seen if the you know the normal. Gop are out. there will support him Now i do want to switch gears just a little bit and talk about. I don't know if you've been able to hear about the stimulus package. We're all getting six hundred dollars. You pay you pay my electric bill. Great for one month and the president did do a speech tonight. He did not say if he was going to veto and or pocket. Veto it But if he were to pocket veto it would go into the next congress which would mean they would have to vote One thing i i do think is is clear if by whatever happens. Trump is inaugurated on january twentieth. He will definitely have a better idea as to who has his back in does not. That's the one the one positive thing that can come all this is that it has separated the d. state rhinos from the real report. What i call the real conservatives out there the people that actually care about the people of this country even from the democrat side. I mean i've seen tulsi gabbard recently. Saint stuff that a conservative republican would say. It's just because it's common sense you know. She's not even a democratic party socialist. The democrat party is gone. It's a socialist party. So she's to me. She's a limbo right now. She's got a third party by herself out there and but it's just the amount of russian president trump has exposed and the amount of of the establishment deep state globalism. And all that stuff we hear about. It's one huge thing that's happened under his presidency Now especially continues in every day we see more and more of it every day in. I'll tell you right now. The american people and people verizon that i know they're not gonna. This is not going to happen. Twenty twenty two These people are gonna be primary. There's going be money in funding to behind it. They're going. They're going to be punished for for not doing. The best. interest. Of of of the american people and hooked. Bill was terrible and listen to the people that you know the down valid. That's where you get the future leader. So if you're not looking good people to those you know local dog catcher and school boards. That's where we recruit from you know on both sides of the aisle so if you're not paying attention to those or who those candidates are you. This is what happens with the cycle. You get people who aren't really in it for the everyday american Now you have done some amazing work with since kovin hit of helping businesses. Stay open could you. Could you talk a little bit about that. Yes i have a good friend of mine. They've david jose. David is a private membership association or recall. pm expert. He's an expert on He's he's learned the constitution inside now dealing with cps related cases over the years and he approached me I've known david will a year in he came to me. Hey i think. I have something that can help you with joe. So governor ducey decided he's going to long shutdown everybody so we found out that according to a rs two six three one. Seven you can look up here in arizona. the first part of that. And i'm just gonna paraphrase says if you don't listen to governor ducey you're gonna get cited fined in especially arrested the second part of this oil to admit the second part..
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"Even if it were just one county in arizona or are yeah. What i'd be pushing for is a forensic on dementia machines amirah copa. Because manatt happens. We're going to get the same result answering did. There's no doubt my mind. And that's exactly why they're fighting so hard then you've probably city pow discuss these. These politicians is kind of a pay for play away. They're paying for a service to win. Let me weighing seventy five twenty five or sixty forty or whatever you know. Whatever algorithm they want us they're paying for the service i weigh in both sides. Not just one sided. You know it just so happens. It's probably more democrat now than it has been in the past but they perfected this they did in eighteen and they perfected going into twenty twenty where they put it on a national scale not just isolated practice tests areas that they were probably doing twenty thirteen announce national it's a giant met like joe biden set his dementia hit as she said the truth. You know it's the it's the largest fraud in history. The united states at one hundred percent. There's no doubt in my mind that it is and we'll get hands on those machines me but krona waldron in the same or whoever decided going to look at these things there. there's no dominant. they're gonna find this to be people get hauled off the longtime. Maybe getting a lot of but that there's a lot of people go down for it because it is treasonous is what they've done because this is a presidential election and is down ballot sheriff race. The other congressional races state house raises doubts about scheme where they can pick and choose who they want to win basil algorithm. You know when you see a guy win. The last couple of elections always say percentages. Then you have like a thirty percent increase in turnout. Allegedly but still the same percentage away in basic no independence before Nothing nothing change. It's always the same. That's that's a. That's a definitely a red light. Kinda flash dhabi that. There's something wrong you know. What's funny is both the new york times in the in. The last two years have talked about fraudulent now. They were mainly focused overseas. But what they discussed. Were a lot of the things that were seeing. You're seeing sudden increase in turnout. You're seeing a more people. Voting than what percentage wise than. What's on the voter rolls. You're seeing You know they both did stories. About how mail in ballots were the most susceptible to Elector voter fraud. So it's funny because now they've switched their opinion. Now that actually could benefit. You know candidates that they prefer their widely on record With that now has. I know you've been talking about the state. Legislature has the state. Gop reached out to you have. They said that they're going to do something on. The party's end. maybe a lawsuit or something there. They've been doing things they've been. Finally th you know. Certain things in talked of kelly body. She's fighting you know she's she's truly fighting An i like. I like what i see. I like our fight. She's truly going after it. It's gonna come down to you. Know they sent the The contestants slate and you know it's gonna come out to. It's gonna come back down to the states. I'd believe and we all know twenty twenty six. I think it's twenty six or twenty three remember correctly..
"us congress" Discussed on On One with Angela Rye
"Are you doing array is doing fantastic carrio. . I can't complain I'm happy to be with you today. . I know it's been a little difficult getting scheduled. . You gotta go out here raise money and may cause and win the seat listen. . Every day, , we're working hard to get the drop down. . We have a lot of work to do. . Yeah. . Yeah. . Well, , at know that it's <hes>, , you have your work out free but I also know you're willing for the job in addition to <hes> hearing about you just from being on the board of Clarkston CBC pack also <hes> Special Little Nudge from our shared in winter. . Are you gonNA talk to desert I said my pleasure it'll be monthly. . Enough. . Still. . Always happy to get to get an edge my real vaseline to case. . My boss to. . Answer yes, , she is. . So phenomenon spirit in always had. . So the first thing I want to go to actually is There is a song that's out right now. . That is urging people it really to me is like the modern doper cooler version of schoolhouse rock and it's. . A song by a yellow pain who when guide Efron Cory who works with him? ? I was like Oh God. . No, , and then come to find out. . That's your cousin. . Yes. . Yellow pain is your president as right. . We gotta get him to do a song for you. . Hear that. . Song. . That's just for you so I helped educating. . About voter suppression by how the definite words I need one <unk> specific desert for Congress. . I have to think of that. . So this the whole song came about because I'm back home. . After you know the Obama Administration ended worked on Capitol Hill and I was like okay I am going to take a break from public service because people think he'll staffers make a lot of money and we don't What's What's and I was on the higher end but girl what's Yeah One more time for people in the back. . So, , <hes> law school they night at Georgetown and I was like, , okay. I'm . going to work at a firm for a little bit pay my student loan debt down a good for a few weeks. . Or years and Michael Copy shoes real now trip here in there. . That was that was what I invasion high yellow pain is on. . On your to. . On. . Your standard requires well, , okay because we. . INSTAGRAM's sophisticated yet you're right now in. . One at a time but ultimately, , death rate is told you how to make more money instagram this season. . So exactly right I claim home I'm limited ground talking to people about what's happening. . So when I moved back home the KKK March downtown. . Dayton? ? That weekend and then we had tornadoes in a match shooting and I was like, , okay we have to vote and we have to make sure people are in retention but everyone here on the ground in my family they know me from working in the Obama White House and so sometimes when I say things in Angela, , you know this, , we say things because they are you guys are politicals. . It's sometimes doesn't reach them in the way it should and I thought well, , my cousin, , he conscious rapper talks about a lot of things and I was like I need you to talk about this song. . I have a song about voting in my head it's going to be like schoolhouse rock but hip hop. . Though and I think it can work. . He was like I. . Don't know and I was like, , no you can do it in the months reidy fleshing out ideas how to save you call. . I. . Now we need a robbery in Congress. . I can't rent. . Over like yours, , the concept you're, , Ryan. . Here's the lyrics. . This is what we're going to say we have to talk about what happened in two thousand ten we have to talk about our have to talk about judges at the scene we have. . That No. . It worked out. . It was great I'm so glad he. . Goes raise lyrics this little bit you now hidden talent. . Okay. . So in addition to being a a Georgetown educated a lawyer, , you also are the granddaughter of Ashir, , crapper. . Talk to me a little bit about what this means having that in your lineage also opted those are the things that ground us that people don't see and don't hear about since asked me a little bit about that. . Yes. . So my Popo is I called him now is from the deep South. . So like beyond <hes> Daddy Alabama Louisiana, , my maternal side is Alabama in my paternal side is Louisiana so. . Shout to be onset I'm Louisiana both sides. . Okay. . So <hes>, , he migrated from Alabama, , to Ohio, , in the late nineteen forties part of the great migration like many black people go live in Chicago and Detroit and the path as to how we got. . There was the our parents and grandparents came for opportunity and you know he dropped out of school when he was six years old because he had to work the fields, , but he could never go back to school but. . He still was able to reach the middle class work in a factory in real heatless taught me the importance of hard work and made me promise to go to school for as long as I could because he couldn't and that's why I continue. . I went to the first family to get the undergraduate degree. . Then I got the Masters Okay Papa be done. . He was like Oh is that he can you go further. . Pressure. . He lived to see me graduate from law school, , but it was a promise I made him. . He'd he'd passed away from stage for a lung cancer but I will him through the White House so that was one of his last <hes> trips. . Through the Obama White. . House before Obama left in mayhem that promise that I will continue to keep going in idea but he taught me the importance of hard work and perseverance and that's what I'm doing. . So I may not have the most money here is a congressional candidate I may not come from the wealthiest bag ground but I come from a background of hard workers in no one will be desert hymns
"us congress" Discussed on On One with Angela Rye
"Are you doing array is doing fantastic carrio. . I can't complain I'm happy to be with you today. . I know it's been a little difficult getting scheduled. . You gotta go out here raise money and may cause and win the seat listen. . Every day, , we're working hard to get the drop down. . We have a lot of work to do. . Yeah. . Yeah. . Well, , at know that it's <hes>, , you have your work out free but I also know you're willing for the job in addition to <hes> hearing about you just from being on the board of Clarkston CBC pack also <hes> Special Little Nudge from our shared in winter. . Are you gonNA talk to desert I said my pleasure it'll be monthly. . Enough. . Still. . Always happy to get to get an edge my real vaseline to case. . My boss to. . Answer yes, , she is. . So phenomenon spirit in always had. . So the first thing I want to go to actually is There is a song that's out right now. . That is urging people it really to me is like the modern doper cooler version of schoolhouse rock and it's. . A song by a yellow pain who when guide Efron Cory who works with him? ? I was like Oh God. . No, , and then come to find out. . That's your cousin. . Yes. . Yellow pain is your president as right. . We gotta get him to do a song for you. . Hear that. . Song. . That's just for you so I helped educating. . About voter suppression by how the definite words I need one <unk> specific desert for Congress. . I have to think of that. . So this the whole song came about because I'm back home. . After you know the Obama Administration ended worked on Capitol Hill and I was like okay I am going to take a break from public service because people think he'll staffers make a lot of money and we don't What's What's and I was on the higher end but girl what's Yeah One more time for people in the back. . So, , <hes> law school they night at Georgetown and I was like, , okay. I'm . going to work at a firm for a little bit pay my student loan debt down a good for a few weeks. . Or years and Michael Copy shoes real now trip here in there. . That was that was what I invasion high yellow pain is on. . On your to. . On. . Your standard requires well, , okay because we. . INSTAGRAM's sophisticated yet you're right now in. . One at a time but ultimately, , death rate is told you how to make more money instagram this season. . So exactly right I claim home I'm limited ground talking to people about what's happening. . So when I moved back home the KKK March downtown. . Dayton? ? That weekend and then we had tornadoes in a match shooting and I was like, , okay we have to vote and we have to make sure people are in retention but everyone here on the ground in my family they know me from working in the Obama White House and so sometimes when I say things in Angela, , you know this, , we say things because they are you guys are politicals. . It's sometimes doesn't reach them in the way it should and I thought well, , my cousin, , he conscious rapper talks about a lot of things and I was like I need you to talk about this song. . I have a song about voting in my head it's going to be like schoolhouse rock but hip hop. . Though and I think it can work. . He was like I. . Don't know and I was like, , no you can do it in the months reidy fleshing out ideas how to save you call. . I. . Now we need a robbery in Congress. . I can't rent. . Over like yours, , the concept you're, , Ryan. . Here's the lyrics. . This is what we're going to say we have to talk about what happened in two thousand ten we have to talk about our have to talk about judges at the scene we have. . That No. . It worked out. . It was great I'm so glad he. . Goes raise lyrics this little bit you now hidden talent. .
"us congress" Discussed on KTOK
"Coast Ellen brown with a cell in the stock market continues to look very very strong what what are your thoughts about that I am well I think it's being crap that it's not really that I mean it can't be that strong that businesses are not doing well they don't have customers what happens is the the fangs stocks which is apple Amazon a deck for your there read anyway the the big stocks are bought by I'm not sure who I meant by that by the government in Sam Sam I had the head lands happy that Larissa rested in Marshall the big money market funds and people like that I guess they're actually buying sex and they used to not be able to I noticed this with Swiss central bank with banks backs and the Japanese price Baxter they bye bye exchange traded friends that prop up that affect the whole stock market president said that this is his economy Barack Obama says it's his whose is it at way out that we actually have Q. economies the the stock market economy is doing quite well and that would yes the the president's economy but at B. M. the one that most of us live in is struggling and script looks like it's gonna be struggling more after this coronavirus Chinese aren't able to they're I mean they're critical part of the supply chain and and that part is being cut off you agree with former democratic candidate Andrew Yang that everybody should get a thousand dollars tell me about that yeah and that's a month rate well that that would be the money that would fill the gap between them damn money that she created and the money that's owed back in debt if you look at a chart of debt it's growing and at exponentially so it's growing much faster than the actual money supply say you've got to fill that gap somehow and if you paid everyone a thousand dollars a month thank you the gap between what people have to to pay their bills and what they need is a little more than a thousand dollars a month so you just barely be be allowing them to pay their debts in fact what you could do is mandate that the money goes first to pay off debt and since eighty percent of the violation is in debt then if that money would just be extinguished money is treated as a loan and makes extinguished when the loan is paid off the street to your credit card bill or something like that yes Sir so it's not like you're flooding the economy with many your filling a hole in the economy where it actually needs some money that would be that really kind of made their producer consumer economy right now the fed creates all kinds of money but it gets trapped in the speculative economy or the financial lies the kind I mean the economy where money makes money and the reason is because of the fed's but the fed will not let the market go down and therefore producers it's easier for producers to make money just by again but you know just by putting their money in the stock market or whatever Dan Q. actually invest in a company which might be risky and you know it takes more work so so they're not investing in their companies and and the consumers don't have the money to buy more products so they're not they're not creating the demand that you need to stimulate productivity all right let's go to the phones let's go to Joe on Long Island New York welcome to the program Joseph hi Alan great topic first of all on Wall Street the former Wall Street worker Wall Street whereas and my choices that the play that the residents market or land to a local a local pizza shop I'm going to play the new evidence market make as much money as I can if I lose and get fired I'll still have a lot of money so why why would I be interested in a local business and watching the loans at all and then secondly when would you be are you comfortable that the maintenance so you get on a train are you comfortable that the train is fully maintained that the tracks or maintained that it's totally safe Joe where'd that come from well I'm just saying I don't think the money is being put into the maintenance that should be I think it's put into the stock market enter meeting we haven't had a derailment in a long time thank god yeah go ahead thanks for the question yeah I totally agree that the banks do not have an incentive to land here just mall businesses and that's one of the major purposes of a public bank of publicly on bank is that its mandate is to to lend to small businesses to lend to the local economy to land to the local government and to eliminate the middle man and to not speculate and here we have that one brilliant model that the bank of North Dakota where we're experiment well the and other other countries they also have strong public banking systems we just don't have it like in Germany the spark as in banks are it's a little different models make from North Dakota they actually do compete with with the commercial banks and chance that that publicly on banks are and they have boards that are represented by they have representatives from the local community and they're they're only allowed to land right into the local community they can't grow bigger and extend out into other communities so their job is to actually land to their local businesses and that's why business is set has been tested that's why Germany is such a strong economy relative to some of the other local economies and shootings in Frankfort today including that ain't no day on the east coast Erin returns ride the train much out here but when I'm on the east coast and I write it for him they're very shaky and they often break down where is in Europe they seem to run much better I mean you do feel confident in a European train is very quiet very smooth and iris and South Korea where I was invited to speak at a conference and their bullet train was just amazing it's like dead quiet nobody everybody is very polite you know you don't have a lot of noise and the train bridge anyway and it just it speeds the lying at twice the speed of over at the regular chain anyway they've they've got it down but somehow we we did we don't have the finding we don't have the funding because we have a different banking system and our banking system parasitizes this rather than actually working with S. Q. which is whether public banking system will do and of course in age at their public banks are quite common let's go to Michael in Virginia beach Virginia hi Michael go ahead or why Georgia thank you so much god bless you all and brown George and I'm sorry cast Katherine on guns and sense yeah and and myself I propose that the three of us try to recover what she said was twenty nine trillion dollars missing so that we could collect the the whistle blowers reward of ten percent which would be two point nine trillion now would you recommend that when we collect our reward we we put it all in the bank of North Dakota what it be safe there a lot of money Michael for the bank of North Dakota well well I'm in I'm serious I'm I'm very serious I have a dream that I've been building of bankers and accountants for ten years looking at the the danger of the global monetary system and we are looking to be a safe was possible where you're in good good questions all the world who want to go and win this now I usually do you think should be strongly in favor of what they're doing in North Dakota are there any other stage that week is the only one the only state yeah well what I would recommend if you had to two point nine trillion dollars is you could form your own rather quickly and jam do you know you would be in charge of it so you can determine where the money went it could be FDIC insured I'd still put it in a big bank calendar too big to fail they won't let them fail now I agree the big banks probably aren't going to say Michael thanks for the call back hi to me didn't fail and we little people can say on the little people will be left out let's go to Randy and Bloomfield Indiana welcome to the program first time caller hi Randy hello George Harry used good Sir thank you for calling I want to thank Ellen brown for stopping in okay and I appreciate her input on everything I want to give you a couple different perspectives on I really appreciate you bringing up the corona virus because I think that people are downplaying their and I really think that the problem so what I would like to do is first of all let's take a look at a few months ago we were looking at a phenomenal amount of protesters in Hong Kong yeah where are they now right that was a big deal yeah you see that it was everybody knows that was a big deal there were a lot of people protesting the government in China and now conveniently with this virus well we don't hear about those protesters anymore but here's the deal good point have a representative of our US Congress who hasn't his name is Tom cotton and he stopped forward and said that there is a questionable consideration about how the virus got started okay we have a United States representative actually questioning this virus and I think it's fine that people need to start bringing this forward because there is a this market that supposedly started this virus but don't you realize you see we had the get that virus end of the market before it became out of the market and it started this brand like a virus scan page have have you given the Senate saw their well I won we've been talking about it all yeah and I answer I given it a lot at that yeah where did it come from and who did it that and why it looks pretty obvious that it it's definitely genetically manipulated and it does look like it's harder to Q. Chinese DNA but the question is who did it and why I would be inclined to think it's above top secret grade somewhere it's not it's not our politicians is that their politicians that's my guess is either a deep state group that did it to get to China or China did it and it is in a the scapegoat of the lab yeah well I didn't like to me like it would have escaped federal lab I mean that's just not right from what I've read this is not the way they run as labs they don't put them in the middle of giant cities like that let's go to Cynthia New Orleans welcome to the program hi Cynthia we'll be talking about Marie Laveau pretty soon are yeah I spoke to you about a week ago George I love your show thank you I am a forensic anthropologist Helen I've been following this very carefully yes you are up on on on one thing however I do not believe this originated in France I do believe it was taken there out of the I. S. date I agree with Russia the Middle East and China I believe that we are downplaying the number of playing I also believe it is genetically targeted non chest oriental targeted and that's my opinion but now I in regards to that this ID twenty twenty has been around for this since two thousand actually sex going and eight and so forth and it's already been distributed among many people I don't know how many because I'm not in that kind of the group but I disagree with that as well now there are areas in the United States I believe like Grand Canyon in Arizona Mexico areas that have that you could run under the radar how do you feel about people actually you know making good progress I don't know if they can do that you know we've talked about different programs like that but it's difficult for most people just pick up and go off the grid I could handle it and I think they get where I am I don't know I don't wanna be Q. dark red and I think there they will get us one way or another I am I agree with you I I think it's Wes and the Chinese I think you're probably didn't come from a US lab but then the question is who has had control of the lab and access to it that's right yeah there are levels of top secret that's above the pay grade of that president and that too I think did it and whether they're even human I can only say this and this shows in her church Gyorgy talk about such things I mean it looks to me like something very deep in there very dark and not not either of our elected governments the people we know they must have the antidote to work.
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"Zero in a Gallup survey the government has been named as the most important problem facing our country he was saying John Clements report gala presented a number of choices for the concerns of Americans ranging from the economy immigration and for national security but the government was at the top of the list for the third straight year at twenty seven percent that is up over last year when it stood at twenty two percent when Gallup question respondents about their party affiliation as expected the Democrats my I am president trump well the Republicans blame the US Congress for instance functional actions and general as well as the Democrats in the U. S. Congress I'm John Clemens an actress and activist is highlighting the challenges of in flight accessibility after a frustrating experience he was saying John hunter report switched at birth actress Marlee Matlin called out delta airlines on Twitter for its lack of accessibility for deaf and hard of hearing passengers drawing attention to the challenges to those with disabilities while traveling her tweet said sad to see that my preferred airline delta flight nineteen ninety eight has provisions for various languages and audio description for in flight entertainment but no closed captions for deaf and hard of hearing flight she use the hashtag no access and E. D. a compliance for USA radio news I'm John hunt for USA radio news on when the king have you been thinking about taking an Alaskan vacation well now you.
"us congress" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Well we subpoenaed them and he did let them testify that's obstruction of US Congress well the trump administration took that took that argument to the courts that's the relief that we have as Americans through due process somebody said your subpoena Hey you're not sure that it's legal or that you want to abide by it it's so you take the court there are three co equal branches legislative branch thing somehow it's the top of the top it's not their equal the executive can be checked by Congress Congress can be checked by by the judiciary and also Congress can be checked by the executive the judicial branch gets to decide what is it what is it lawful or constitutional so trump takes that argument to the Supreme Court Supreme Court says yes we're gonna pick up the argument which means there is no obstruction of anything even if that were charge he's actually allowed to wait until the Supreme Court makes a decision before abiding by anything or did or didn't denying or declining the covers knows that the problem with that bogus charge anyway they have the vote go down it was a partisan yes vote meeting every yes vote was Democrat and one independent Justin Ammash whatever his name is allegedly a former Republican will probably be voted out western Michigan next time he's now an independent he voted yes as well the no votes were bipartisan there were two Democrats who voted no our article one abuse of power three Democrats voted no on article two obstruction of Congress Tulsi Gabbard voted prize present I'm not sure why does the government would present I'm not really not I think probably because it would get us to measure right we're going to say well told the Gabbard voted present so you saw what went down this week you probably paid attention even if on the periphery even if you weren't paying attention before now you are because there's been an impeachment vote.
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"With the US Congress A. P.'s Karen Chavis reports the country's responded with swift condemnation after the overwhelming approval of a bill targeting the mask crackdown on ethnic Muslim minorities the legislation condemns the detention of an estimated one million week as cataracts and others in China's far western John region Chinese government departments published a slew of strongly worded repeats the bell courting it's another example of US interference into China's inside on the fans the phone offense commission of China's let's just the test so the US has turned a blind eye to it happens to combat terrorism and safeguard human rights engine John the commission says the bill disregard the fact the mix is not black and white I'm Karen Thomas Europe leads the world in readiness for online shopping according to the U. N.'s trade and development agency and this is the Netherlands is leading the way the agency's annual business to consumer ecommerce index brings the U. S. again in the teens at thirteenth largely because of its relatively low share of people using the internet compared to other developed countries Russia range fortieth and China fifty six well Hong Kong came in at number fifteen the agency says more than eighty percent of internet users in six European country shop online verses under ten percent in some poorer countries the rankings are based on use of the internet and other factors including access to secure internet servers reliable postal services and financial institutions who's your favorite big red dog well if you have one chances are his name is Clifford and he's making a comeback scholastic entertainment is rebooting the TV series about the giant dog with an equally large heart on Amazon prime video and his original home P. B. S. the new show offers more diversity among the human characters and put Clifford's beloved seven year old owner I believe Elizabeth front and center in his bird well island adventures each episode.
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"US Congress every year and a few people join onto it and nothing ever happened so politically it's it's not feasible but what we think is feasible is something approaching mandatory national service which is large scale universal voluntary national service I want to just quickly outline what we propose in the service your lines and sent to the commission in terms of its its core elements the first we've done it before is to actually seven national goal of two hundred and fifty thousand full time national survey national service opportunities for eighteen twenty eight year olds that's actually the exact number that the Edward M. Kennedy serve America act that Orrin hatch conservative Republican or not she was the first person to call me after nine eleven said I'm a I'm a Mormon I did my Mormon mission in the Great Lakes when I was a young man night at midnight in my thirty four years of service in the US Senate you can change the future trajectory of young people in this country and so we know we can get there historically were only about sixty six thousand full time service opportunities today second we can link military and net and civilian national service together so might surprise you seventy five percent of the people by for the military or disqualified because their high school dropouts bad behavior summer in prison or their in poor health seventy five percent why couldn't the US selective service system be a conveyor belt for civilian national service and so when I got my notice at eighteen additional learning about the five branches of the military what did I learn about city year habitat and teach African all these other wonderful opportunities in turn the military tells us that there are communities where the communities don't are interested in military recruiting and having survey national service opportunities as part of that system made help military recruitment third linking national service to college access Jesse Coleman mention all these presidential candidates are coming forward with plans why isn't it if you invest in your country your country investing you why don't you get a full year of college in the state you're from her attending for every year you do of national or other service just like the GI bill forth a recognizing national service is a civic apprenticeship that when you finish you you're more of a national service you actually get a credential that's relevant to getting a job in that employers see all the skills leadership collaborative problem solving all the social emotional skills that many employers thinker missing in our work force finally I think a very big ideas actually to democratize an open up national service by creating the service here fellowships they could be called americorps service year fellowships but basically giving it to the individual that individual can make a choice about what accredited national service organization they want to serve in and instead of having just large grants going to a few nonprofit organizations in the country you would open up and really fill sergeant Shriver's vision which is colleges and universities nonprofit organizations institutions of civil society you have this diaspora this this growing community of of institutions and young people with choice who would really be xcelerated advancing the national service idea so that's it from us we worked hard on this paper please read it it'll make us feel better and back to you thanks John and John well you've just you've just heard from the best of academic research on national service now first reality therapy Terry how does this translate into actual legislation and how's that working for you can you hear me okay perfect thank you is to hold it really close okay and remind me if I let that might slide a little bit but it's a thrill to be here at ten Marie Adams on the panel think about thank you Brookings and thank you for this great paper and before I actually talk about what this looks like on the hill in the policy proposals that service your lives is moving farted son tell you a little bit about myself and my connection to service so I do leave the government relations work at service your alliance and unlike a lot of the panelists I didn't complete a service here didn't serve in the military didn't I'm serving off and seven often serve in office excuse me so my connection the service in a real way really started about ten years ago when I was working in Philadelphia I had just transition from a career practicing law on to something that was a bit more meaningful to me and for the for me that was public education and one of my coworkers at the time was doing a similar to our career transition but for her she was transitioning from teaching I'm from the new teachers project which is an americorps program I'm into the policy side and so is really the deep commitment that I saw from her to the students that even though she wasn't teaching anymore she was still very much involved in their or their lives we walked down the street and people run down and say Mrs Gardner Mrs Gardner she was invited to their graduations problems I'm unfortunately sometimes their funerals but it was that deep connection that I thought that point that really introduced me to service and through my career in Philadelphia and then in DC the exposure to americorps programs T. and T. P. city year urban teacher is it really kind of develop my commitment and what was interesting to me also is you have this idea of who serves in who is serving home and what I notice is you had people coming from within their communities to serving their community outside of the community from different racial and ethnic background socioeconomic and so that's really what I got inspired as birds that demonstrating the revolution and so when I had the opportunity to join service your alliance I jumped at the chance to join an organization that wanted to bring service at scale for young people and make sure that it's a common opportunity and so what I want to talk about today is actually what does this look like how do we make this happen and we know that the federal piece is going to be a large piece and so I wanted to elaborate on this piece of federal legislation that we are trying to move forward as part of our server America together campaign and we do call for universal national service but I did want to make sure that I clarify once again that we don't advocate for mandatory by universal we need a common expert expectation an opportunity for all young people to serve and so what we've done is we've crafted a bill that we think fills the gaps on that we see on the federal level and we also think that it's a bit strategic we know this is a bipartisan issue but we want to address something that we could really create a true bipartisan down and we're calling it right now the national service twenty sacks and it does for things which I'll talk about and then kind of lay out what that actually looks like in reality so first and foremost what we think is key is that it focuses on local communities this is from the bottom up what we're hearing from communities how Dave your national service meeting needs in their community it also connects military and civilian which is very important on the federal level and then provides the flexibility of fellowship switched right now are named in honor of the late senator John McCain so these of the McCain fellows that'd be issue to states that develop these our service plans and then very important it make sure that everyone can serve and then also brings together young people in the community who are serving to form as relationships I know the word relationships came up a little bit earlier and so bringing people together and we away so what does this look like what we're proposing is a new interagency council that would be managed between CNC asks and DO G. many of the fence really making that connection on the US on the federal level between civilian and national service as bridge had mentioned earlier a lot of people that are interested in serving in the in the military are not qualified and why shouldn't they then be directed to national service opportunities and we also for see a world where the department of defense could also do some type of brain promotion with national service programs so we have that connection on the top level and then we have states that want to raise their hand and say we see service as a strategy to meeting our community needs and so what this would do is the interagency council would have review these local plans developed by states talking about how service would be a strategy to meeting needs how they would make sure that every young person would have an opportunity to serve how they will bring those young people together through professional development activities so there's you know cross cultural there's interaction between different programs and then also how states would incentivize we know this isn't just you know a federal program as we discussed before so what local incentives with baby it could look like housing which we see in flint Michigan it could look like you know college access so how with these also provide individual and incentives and then this these flexibility that is provided through these McCain fellowship that would be issued through the interagency council where young person who got this fellowship and then also create their own service opportunity in a local nonprofit and so that is what we envision and what one of the great things has been is that when we have been meeting on the hill there's a great appetite for this there's interest and especially the local focus and we've drafted in a way to support other legislation that is currently out there so you might have heard of the action bill that has been introduced by some of our great champions of senator Reid center of I sent in the house an action bill is big and comprehensive and provides a lot of education incentives and so we've tried to be very deliberate and crafting about that compliments some of the bills that are already out there and so we're kind of in the testing phase I'm getting feedback making interpreting that the back into the legislation and we hope to move this forward in the upcoming year and get a true bipartisan bell and before I you know turn it over why now like what you know we know we're in a very tough environment but what's been really encouraging to see as despite the proposed cuts to sand CS as it was mentioned earlier by Barbara Stuart the appropriation has gone up the past two years we have a true bipartisan bill with an education award as you probably know the education award is attacks and a partner that was his for national service have done a great job and moving a bill for what that would remedy that and it's a true bipartisan bill on both the Senate and in the house we have that commission that's going to be coming out with recommendations and we have communities that are coming to us every day wanting to become a service your impact community raising their.
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"So what that means is if you put a tariff on a Mexican truck coming back into the United States. Well, maybe that engine was built in Michigan and ship down to Mexico, and let's take a step further. Maybe that bolt or screw that is holding the engine together from Asia, you can go even a step further, where the medals come from that built that bolt and maybe even a step further where did the machinery come from that, Doug, the metals out of the earth? So when you say we're just slapping a tariff on Mexico. No, you're not. You're putting a tariff on the entire system and you're not just putting Mexican exports and jobs at risk your potentially hurting everybody. And that includes American companies and jobs that rely on border trade. Where does the new NAFTA or the negotiations? Around a new NAFTA. Where does that fall into all this? Right. So it's called the US MCA the United States, Mexico, Canada agreement. So they reached the deal in November the three heads of state. But now it needs approval from the Canadian parliament, the US congress and the Mexican Senate now here in the United States. There's the policy and the politics President Trump obviously, wants to get a deal done as quickly as possible and is trying to force congress to act, but democratic speaker of the house, Nancy Pelosi is kind of slow walking it right now because there's the politics she doesn't want to give President Trump a victory, right? And then there's the policy matter a lot of Democrats don't like the new agreement because they say it's basically the same thing as NAFTA with a few minor cosmetic changes. So if you're gonna spend all this time and energy, revamping this trade deal that many people say is flawed and needs an update. Why not actually take the time to do it? Properly. Jason a little more reality. Check what other products, do we trade with Mexico? We trade. A lot with Mexico. They are our largest trading partner, buy goods, they just passed China and Canada, that could be just this month trying to could go back on top next month. But right now, there are largest trading partner not only do we get vehicles from China. We get health care equipment. We get petroleum and gases we fruits and vegetables, and we're sending back, lots of stuff to them machinery, were sending vehicles and parts back to them, plastics textiles, you name it. There are billions of dollars of goods going across the border every single day. So it's a whole lot more than Advocaat does. It's a lot more than of Akhad is, yes, the world's Jason Mark. Thanks a lot. Thank you. You can't call it a right wing takeover. Francis far right? National rally party actually did worse in last weekend's European elections than they did in the previous vote still. They did better than the centrist coalition of French president, Emmanuel Macron, and they've established the fire right? As a political force in France today reporter Ellen. Sear takes a look at Lille a city where a far-right youth movement has taken root. Yun is known as Francis capital of guests. Tony, but over the past decade, it's also become a kind of unofficial capital of Francis far right youth, hard-right groups have been sitting up shop in the city's medieval quarter new you June. One of the most high profile is Ginny has shown today generation identity. They're tiny headquarters.
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"Ferguson show. Nice to have you with us and David Duke has just called. Omar, quote, the most important member of the US congress because of her antisemitic views, David Duke, the former grand wizard of the klu Klux Klan and an open racist and anti Semite is publicly defending Representative Omar in the wake of the freshman Democrats series of anti-semitic statements that have well made the Democratic Party decide if they're going to beat antisemitic as a group or if they're going to defend. Or if they're going to denounce one of their own they've chosen not to denounce one of their own save chose to attack. Anyone that is attacking this congresswoman that is antisemitic tweeted, his praise of Omar calling her today, the most important member of the US Congress now that she has stood up to the democratic leadership after making anti-semitic statements against Israel. Dr do Konare striker by defiance to z dot co dot g. Omar is now the most important member of the US congress. David Duke went on to say Omar's wrong. Many things open borders, for instance. But even most Republicans did nothing about our borders. But the Muslims did not change our laws. Open our gates or teacher turned to hate themselves designers occupied media and government. Did zairo stranglehold must go simply say did. She is important David Duke says because the dared exposed the gorilla and congress that nobody dares speak. There is no salvation of our people heritage rights and freedoms until z dot O. R G is overthrown. Doc. You're Duke David Duke Twitter link to his website where he says he discussed live believes Omar is the most important member of the us. Congress an hour long radio segment during the overtly antisemitic hourlong program. He talked about. Getting rid of designers, the Jewish people and the Jewish state. Nancy Pelosi, of course, today defending refusing to say, Omar should apologize even for her antisemitic comments now claiming that they weren't antisemitic. She just didn't understand what she was saying. Take a listen to the press conference and then your phone calls five three five nine seven three to five three five nine seven three two. Here is more of that press conference from earlier take a listen. Ilhan Omar understands why her comments were problematic, and what happens if this happens. Well, first of all thank you for the question. I don't I don't think that that the congresswoman is. I appreciate the house. Hurt. Other people. Listen, tended, and any anti-semitic way. But the fact is helpless interpreted. As we have done over and over again. Floor that will again speak out against anti semitism. Anti islamaphobia. Anti white supremacy and all the forms that it takes that our country has no place for this. Voted a resolution on that. Just recently was. Lincoln in that the Munich conference and then in Brussels for the NATO meetings at every meeting at every level at the highest levels are delegation impressed upon our European allies the importance of fighting anti-semitism and our country. This is well before the statement. Emerged this weekend. But when he did. Important for me to speak to the member. I. She was in Africa after I suppose chair members had different pets wanted to take some the individual statements on thinking, we should have felt the resolution should be enlarged. The issue. Islamaphobia et cetera anti apprentice. And it should not mention her name. And that's what we're seeing something. It's one resolution addressing these. It's.