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Democrats make federal election standards a top priority

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 hrs ago

Democrats make federal election standards a top priority

"Democrats are planning to move quickly in the new Congress on Alexion's reform bill states have long had disparate and contradictory rules for running elections and Democrats in the house and Senate say national rules are needed to shore up American democracy especially after a tumultuous post election period and the deadly riot at the U. S. capitol the for the people act would establish federal election standards mandating early voting same day registration and other voting rights reforms would also put the job of drawing congressional districts in the hands of independent commissions and obligate presidents to disclose their tax returns Republicans are calling it federal over reach Ben Thomas Washington

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Biden calls Canada's Trudeau, Mexico's López Obrador

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 hrs ago

Biden calls Canada's Trudeau, Mexico's López Obrador

"President Joe Biden has made his first calls to foreign leaders since taking office those calls went to neighbors Biden dialed up Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador the Friday calls come in a strange moment for the U. S. relationship with both owned it it could be sued by the city sees young Biden spoke to Trudeau after the Canadian leader publicly expressed disappointment over Biden's decision to issue an executive order halting construction of the keystone XL pipeline though Trudeau also said the new US president is much more aligned with Canadian values I don't think they can I. T. hardens conversation with his Mexican counterpart came a week after Lopez Obrador accused the U. S. Drug Enforcement Administration of fabricating drug trafficking charges against the country's former defense secretary Ben Thomas Washington

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Lawmakers voice anger after National Guard reportedly kicked out of Capitol in Washington DC, sent to parking garage

The Redefined Realty Show

00:34 sec | 6 hrs ago

Lawmakers voice anger after National Guard reportedly kicked out of Capitol in Washington DC, sent to parking garage

"There's bipartisan outrage in Washington, D. C. Where National Guard troops were reportedly urged to move from the halls of the Capitol to a parking garage. The treatment is disgusting on it is despicable. I'm hearing that I'm hearing that members and staff were complaining on. That's what drove the Capitol police and then asked our guards, men and women to leave House Republican Michael Walls of Florida, a member of the Army National Guard, appeared on Fox and friends well over 100. National Guard troops deployed to Washington have tested positive for the coronavirus.

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New strains of COVID swiftly moving through the US need careful watch, scientists say

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:41 min | 9 hrs ago

New strains of COVID swiftly moving through the US need careful watch, scientists say

"McCormick. It's the worst possible news for health experts that new covert variant is more dangerous than first thought. Here's correspondent Jennifer Keiper health officials are worried some of the new Corona virus variants that are spreading across the U. S, or not only more contagious but could make the current vaccines less effective. CBS is Dr Jon Lapook. He's new variants make it even more important for us to get as many people vaccinated. As quickly as possible to mention I'm just picked up pace so we can get this pandemic under control. Before these variants spread even further and become more of a problem. The CDC says masks should have at least two layers of fabric. The vaccine shortages are leaving many Americans wondering if their first shot will be effective Appointments for the second shot or hard to find. Gail Esposito lives in Georgia. I certainly would so a lot less stress. If I had a real date, the state's top health official, Kathleen to me, If you've gotten your vaccines by going to a health department, you will be able to get your second does. The CDC now says you could wait six weeks if necessary. Surgeon general nominee the vague Northeast, why should be steadily increasing and what I'm concerned about in particular, is making sure that we have enough distribution channel set up whether those air community vaccination centers, pharmacy chains that are ready to roll whether they're mobile units. They get the vaccine to hard to reach places. President Biden wants lawmakers to approve his covert proposals to help struggling Americans. American rescue plan would lift 12 Million Americans out of poverty and cut child poverty in half First lady Jill Biden toward a health center in Washington yesterday where she was told cancer patients aren't coming in for screenings because of the pandemic, she said. More needs to be done to improve broadband service. To increase telemedicine options. Chazz Pierce at Nashville's Memorial Hospital says a lot of their patients are setting up online doctor visits for Kevin 19 memorial actually had zero telemedicine visits. What's you know, covered? Get ramped up really sometime around April is when our telemedicine program really started taking off. Dr Rebecca Rose. Great telemedicine is here to stay. It's not going anywhere. The younger generation comes up, and there's more and more tech savvy I saving more more part of medicine with the latest on the impeachment process. Now, here's correspondent Tom Foti, former President Trump's second impeachment trial will start in the Senate on the eighth of February. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. I've spoken to Speaker Pelosi, who informed me that the articles will be delivered to the Senate on Monday, Minority Leader Mitch McConnell asked for the delay to give the former president time to prepare his case. Stocks finished the week mixed. This is CBS News.

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Study: Higher doses of blood thinner helps some

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 16 hrs ago

Study: Higher doses of blood thinner helps some

"New research finds the giving Kobe patients full doses of blood thinners may help keep them offer breathing machines and other support measures almost every patient who needs to be hospitalized for COPD nineteen is given a low dose of a blood thinner like heparin to try to prevent dangerous blood clots from forming that early results from three large international coronavirus studies finds that it's full doses of blood thinners that are needed and that the low doses don't help and could actually harm patients who are more seriously ill the findings haven't yet been published by the national institutes of health released the results now to try to help doctors decide appropriate care for Kobe nineteen patients Jackie Quinn Washington

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Risky driving: Washington traffic deaths up despite virus lockdowns

News, Traffic and Weather

01:05 min | 17 hrs ago

Risky driving: Washington traffic deaths up despite virus lockdowns

"Of of stories stories over over the the past past year year about about people people drinking drinking or or using using drugs drugs more more because because of of the the pandemic pandemic and, and, according according to preliminary data from the Washington Traffic Safety Commission crash statistics related to impair driving back that up details from comas. Carleen Johnson Chili Baldwin with the Washington Traffic Safety Commission says the numbers aren't official yet, but early reports are discouraging about 4% increase in traffic fatalities. And then if we look, it's serious injuries. We had about a 6% increase in serious injuries and the percentage of drivers impaired either by alcohol or other drugs from 2019 to 2020. Was up about 20% more crashes involve other drugs that we have involving alcohol right now. Nationwide. One person was killed in a drunk driving crash every 15 minutes in the U. S. And 2019. About 10,000 people losing their lives each year nationwide because of impaired driving, also concerning State Patrol has been arresting more daytime dy drivers during the the pandemic pandemic than than ever ever before. before. Carleen Carleen Johnson Johnson come come on on News. News.

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Probe continues into US Capitol riots in Washington, DC

Lars Larson

00:30 sec | 17 hrs ago

Probe continues into US Capitol riots in Washington, DC

"Bus, including the driver. Investigations continue into House supporters of former President Trump were able to breach the U. S Capitol building earlier this month. There are six investigations now on going into the ride on Capitol Hill on the sixth of January, and the big question here is were there any Republican members? Of Congress who led these reconnaissance tours for the riders. Kevin McCarthy, the House minority leader, says he has no evidence that any of his members were involved. So let's get and have all the facts before we accuse anybody of anything, but let's all base it upon the

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The inauguration inspires more art

Q

03:43 min | 17 hrs ago

The inauguration inspires more art

"Sure. But artists also played a big role as you might have heard. Earlier in the show. We got to see Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez perform. There was an art installation at the National Mall. But outside of Washington, one particular piece of art really struck us. Hoarsely. Allah Barriers is a poet from Chicago. He often writes about his identity as a Mexican American from a mixed status family, And this week he was commissioned to write a new poem. It's called the People's Inauguration. It's your part of it. So let our imagination be as expensive as our love These In the beginning, there were no police until someone imagined them. So let's imagine the end of policing. Imagine medicine for the sick. Imagine bread for the hungry and don't stop imagining and struggling until we have a country worthy of inauguration. Jose Olivera is reading some of his poems, the people's inauguration. Put the olive areas as poem was commissioned by a U. S non profit called the Center for Cultural Power. And for more Jose's on with me on the line on Zoom from Jersey. Hi, Jose. How are you? I'm good. How are you, Tom? Powerful poem. Thank you. How are you doing? It's been ages since we talked. How you holding up? I'm holding up, Okay. All things considered, you know, the most important thing is everyone's been able to stay safe. So I feel really lucky and grateful for that. Well, we're lucky and grateful to have yet In the end that poem, which is which is beautiful in we're gonna get some poetry from your later You refer to a country worthy of inauguration. When you were watching the inauguration. Were you in any way confident that this new president might be able to steer the ship in that direction? I'm hopeful that at the very least we won't Live under the constant kind of terror and anxiety of the last administration, where we just, you know, would wake up to news that there was you know the Muslim bin and then the next day, there was another catastrophe. And so it feels like At the very least, it won't be four years of one catastrophe after the next I feel a little bit less a little more hesitant, saying anything more than that, because I think there's this idea that a return to normalcy is good enough. But normalcy was not good enough. Normalcy still meant that a lot of people were living. We're still suffering. So for me, we have to do better than just getting back to the way it was before Donald Trump one of the most beautiful moments of the inauguration, Certainly one of the most standout moments was from the poet Amanda Gorman. 22 years old youth poet laureate. I can see you getting excited as I talk about this. She brought the house down housing significant Was it for you to see poetry used like this. It was so powerful and so great. You know, Amanda is like you said, 22 years old to see a young person. Given that opportunity to shine, I think just goes to show You know how many talented poets there are in that young people when given the opportunity can really rise to the moment. So I was really happy to see a man that just absolutely crushed it on that stage and as a poet yourself, it must have been so exciting that all these songs did very well. But it was a poem, a poem that reached so many people that made such an impact. Absolutely, And the poem was so musical. I mean, you could hear the rhyme scheme and the different rhythms that Amanda incorporated. My favorite moment is she has a line that said, You know something along the lines of harm for none and harmony for all that little flip is just so beautiful and I think worthy of what of what we want and what we're trying to build. Well, I'm excited to listen to some poetry from you as well. You're going to read from his later on,

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More than 100 National Guard members in Washington DC test positive for coronavirus

Buck Sexton

00:18 sec | 18 hrs ago

More than 100 National Guard members in Washington DC test positive for coronavirus

"Heinrich. Some lawmakers are calling for a review of coronavirus protocols used by the National Guard in Washington. This after Fox News learned that over 100 guard members deployed for inauguration security duties in Washington have tested positive for covert 19. America is listening to

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More than 100 National Guard members in Washington, DC test positive for coronavirus

Lars Larson

00:15 sec | 18 hrs ago

More than 100 National Guard members in Washington, DC test positive for coronavirus

"Some lawmakers are calling for a review of coronavirus protocols used by the National Guard in Washington. This after Fox News learned that over 100 guard members deployed for inauguration security duties in Washington. Have tested positive for covert

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Yellen’s nomination to be U.S. Treasury secretary advances on unanimous committee vote

All Things Considered

00:50 sec | 19 hrs ago

Yellen’s nomination to be U.S. Treasury secretary advances on unanimous committee vote

"Today to confirm Janet Yellen is Treasury secretary. NPR's Scott Horsley has more yelling, has already led the Federal Reserve and served as a top White House economist in the Clinton administration. While Republicans on the Finance Committee expressed some differences with her policy positions, no one questioned her qualifications. If confirmed by the full Senate, Janet Yellen will be the 78th Treasury secretary and the first woman to lead the department. She's already matched the first Secretary Alexander Hamilton in scoring her own hip hop musical tribute. It only took a couple centuries. The first female secretary yet the change. Yeah. Great Public radio program Marketplace Commission that number from the artist Desa Secretary Element Service the administration's point person in addressing the economic fall out from the Corona virus pandemic. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington A full Senate vote is expected Monday on Wall Street. Today the Dow was

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GOP lawmaker with gun sets off House chamber metal detector

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 19 hrs ago

GOP lawmaker with gun sets off House chamber metal detector

"The U. S. capitol police departments investigating an incident involving a Maryland Republican lawmaker who was reportedly trying to enter the house chamber with a concealed gun metal detectors have been installed at the capitol after this month's deadly incursion that's apparently what alerted capitol police to Maryland Republican Andy Harris carrying a concealed weapon lawmakers can bring unloaded guns into the capital but not into either chamber of Congress the incident was witnessed by a reporter who said Harris was sent away by an officer and then tried to hand the gun to another lawmaker who refused it before coming back minutes later without setting off the metal detector here's a spokesman says the congressman has a weapons permit and abide by house rules adding Harris and his family have faced death threats Jackie Quinn Washington

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‘Packed us together like sardines’: Guard deployed to Capitol struggles to contain Covid

John and Ken on Demand

02:18 min | 20 hrs ago

‘Packed us together like sardines’: Guard deployed to Capitol struggles to contain Covid

"Much concern on wednesday at the us capitol in washington dc. That there might be some sort of interruptions or violence. At the inauguration of joe biden. Thanks to what happened two weeks earlier with the mob that stormed the capital so they brought in tens of thousands of national guardsmen to protect the place. The reason we're talking about it now. Is that this story which began on politico. Concerning a number of national guardsmen some of whom were claiming the congress members threw them out of the capitol. They get nowhere to go so the ended up sleeping on the floor of a parking garage with one bathroom to share and the update. This afternoon. That you may have been hearing. is that a number of guardsmen have tested positive for corona virus. Perhaps one hundred or more sure you put twenty five thousand people in an enclosed space. What do you think's gonna happen. All you need is one guy with the virus. Is you saw the way they were laid out. Like like logs of wood. You saw that photo relying lying on the capital floor sleeping together. Yeah it was. it was sardine-packing. So if there's one guy breathing out his viral load all night Yeah you could end up sucking it in your all. Suck it in your all lying there sleeping sucking in his viral load. Well the update this afternoon for everybody. Hundreds of these national guard members apparently are allowed to return indoors according to defense officials. There seems to be a dispute as to who told them they couldn't stay in the capital anymore. Of course it's the problem is they are given hotel rooms but it says here. They're on duty for a day or two working shifts a few hours at a time. It takes too long to get back to their hotels. Many of which are in. Virginia and maryland so they just nap wherever they can between shifts. You see wondered right away. Weren't they giving a place to actually bunk. And the congressmen. Don't care you know they. They like to They like to virtue signal about how grateful they are for the national service that the guardsmen did to protect democracy and to protect our national monuments and protect the transfer of power. And all that stuff but when it was over they were just used as props. It was thinner.

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Texas attorney general challenges deportation freeze in first of promised lawsuits against Biden administration

Mark Levin

00:43 sec | 20 hrs ago

Texas attorney general challenges deportation freeze in first of promised lawsuits against Biden administration

"The Biden administration over a deportation pause. Well. 100 day deportation freeze by the Biden administration is unlawful and perilous, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton argues filing a lawsuit to challenge the Department of Homeland Security policy announced this week. Deportation pause does have exceptions. Excluding anyone engaged in terrorism, espionage or posing a danger to national security. Paxton claims to executive action violates federal law. As well as agreements made between Texas and DHS. The deportation freeze is one of several executive actions from President Biden, who also reversed the Trump era travel ban. Stop funding for border Wall construction in Washington. Jared Halpern

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Schumer: Trump impeachment trial to begin week of Feb. 8

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 21 hrs ago

Schumer: Trump impeachment trial to begin week of Feb. 8

"The new democratic leader of the U. S. Senate has announced the impeachment trial of former president trump will begin early next month former president Donald trump's impeachment trial will get under way with opening arguments on February eighth the schedule was announced by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer who says the house Monday will transmit the articles of impeachment to the Senate both the house managers and the defense will have a period of time to draft their legal briefs the former president's charged with incitement of insurrection Schumer says it's important for the trial to take place despite GOP objections we all want to put this awful chapter in our nation's history find us but healing and unity will only come if there is truth and accountability this will be the first impeachment trial of a president no longer in office which Republican allies suggest is a pointless effort Jackie Quinn Washington

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Capitol Police questioned anew after Guard forced to garages

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 23 hrs ago

Capitol Police questioned anew after Guard forced to garages

"The treatment of National Guard soldiers sent to protect Washington during the inauguration the sparked an outcry First Lady Jill Biden handed out cookies to National Guard soldiers were still at their posts in Washington DC the reports the troops have been forced to take breaks in a cool parking garage after being sent to protect the city incensed lawmakers like senator Chuck Schumer we made sure it was fixed immediately White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the president spoke to the chief of the National Guard by phone on Friday morning he talked about his own personal commitment and connection to the National Guard capitol police officers who spoke on condition of anonymity contradicted a statement from the interim chief saying they were told department higher ups had ordered the guardsmen out the garden capitol police issued a joint statement saying they have now coordinated to establish appropriate spaces within congressional buildings were on duty breaks Jennifer king Washington

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Maryland lawmaker said to have tried to bring gun onto House floor

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

Maryland lawmaker said to have tried to bring gun onto House floor

"Capitol Police are investigating an incident involving Republican congressmen and the Harris of Maryland. Set off a metal detector outside the House floor yesterday. Seems he was carrying a concealed gun. Harris left the area and came back a few moments later. This time he did not set off the metal detector. Source told CNN that firearms are banned from Congress except for members who were granted certain exemptions. They may carry weapons in the halls and on Capitol grounds as long as they have a license from Washington, D. C. And ammunition is carried. Separately, New York City Democrat Alexandria Ocasio Cortez says she thinks a lot of representatives still don't feel safe around other members of Congress. Metal detectors were installed last week after the January 6th Capitol Hill insurrection.

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Amanda Gorman's books jump to bestsellers after inaugural poem

The Book Review

04:38 min | 1 d ago

Amanda Gorman's books jump to bestsellers after inaugural poem

"The dawn is hours before we knew it. Somehow we do it. Somehow we've weathered in witnessed a nation that isn't broken but simply unfinished we the successors of a country and the time were a skinny black girl. Descended from slaves and raised by a single mother can dream of becoming president only to find herself reciting for one that was amanda gorman the inaugural youth poet lawyer it reading from her poem. At the hill we climb which she read at joe biden's inauguration alexandra alter profiled gorman and interviewed her joining us now to talk a little bit more about that hey alexandra hey pamela so this was a really exciting week in washington but i most loved about the news events. This week was that a poet was the breakout star of the inauguration ceremony on wednesday. Amanda gorman was the youngest inaugural poet and us history. She joins a very elite class of poets. Only been a handful of poets who have performed it including robert frost my ngelo elizabeth richard blanco. So she really brought a lot to this performance. And when i spoke to her what was really interesting to me was. She felt enormous pressure. Not just because of the size of the audience she was going to be addressing. Tens of millions of people potentially watching the events at home but because of the state of the country she felt real responsibility to present a poem that reflected joe biden's inaugural theme of america united and. She said they didn't give her any specific guidelines but they said that's the three million inauguration but she also really wanted to address. What has happened recently in the country. Particularly the partisan divisions that we've seen the political violence the effects of the pandemic. It's a really dark moment. And so she was kind of trying to counter johnston to forces the potential for unity. But also these deep divisions that we're seeing in the country now so interestingly. She was really struggling with the poem. The inaugural committee reached out to her late december. She had a few weeks to work on it and was kind of she said it's like it felt like climbing a mountain would do a few versus a day and then on january six. We all watched across the country as the unfolded at the capital. There was the insurrection. There and rioters stormed the capital. And amanda gorman at that point had written about half of her poem and she stayed up late into the night and finished it because she just felt this urgency. And so you're there are verses in the poem that reflect what we saw that day the other thing that she said that was interesting about how she prepared to write it was. She said she always starts with historical research so she studied speeches from leaders who really brought their countries together. In times of crisis she looked at speeches by winston. Churchill abraham lincoln martin luther king junior and she listened to music that inspired her including the musical hamilton. There are a couple of hamilton references within the poem. That some people caught including lin-manuel miranda who was very appreciative of her poetry. So it's been incredible to see their response to her work after she gave this really kind of inspiring performance her books. She has two books coming out this year. Actually three because they're releasing the poem she wrote as a standalone and she has now the number one and number two books on amazon and this is a poet who is twenty two years old and she's preparing to publish her debut collection. This fall so she's gone incredibly quickly from somebody who had following and was pretty well known in the poetry world to kind of national literary star and one other thing that i loved about her performance and her approach to it which she talked about how she felt like she was representing not just her own words but representing poetry itself representing american poetry and y you know it was important to have poetry part of the ceremony. She said when. I spoke to her now more than ever. The united states needs an inaugural poem. Poetry is typically the touchstone that we go back to when we have to remind ourselves of the history that we stand on the future that we stand for so i thought it was lovely that she felt that she was standing up in front of the capital. Two weeks after the insurrection took place kind of representing poetry as a form that can unite the country.

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"washington d. c" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:05 min | 2 d ago

"washington d. c" Discussed on KGO 810

"We have joining us right now. Willie Brown. I mean, you know, introducing Willie Brown is like introducing share. I don't know that I really need to tell you anything about his bio. Of course. He was mayor of San Francisco. He was a speaker in the assembly for for years. Hey, is a Nikon anywheres Those amazing hats and suits Mayor Brown. Thank you So much for being with us this afternoon and a very historic day, this inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamila Harris. It is a very significant day and I'm frankly sorry that it had to come when none of us can actually go to Washington and witness this historic moment, but Television, radio and all the other means by which people communicate. We have an opportunity to share. Yeah, but it's it is a shame when you think really When you think back to four years ago, the Trump inauguration when you think back that everything that surrounded his his election, you know after the election the way he was treated the way he was received by the Obama's the way the Washington D. C looked at that time. And then you look at what is going on in Washington, D C today and what has happened since the election of Joe Biden. This is what Trump has wrought. This is what his presidency brought us. It is ugly. And so now you know, many of us are just feeling relieved that that's over. Is Biden going to be able to fix this along with common? Are they gonna be able to right? The ship? Well in this morning speech, and it was a very good speech. He made it very clear that he has an ordinary person with regular skills. But more importantly, he has compassion and he has an ear that's made available to everybody on every side. He's willing to listen. He has some ideas he doesn't maintain in his speech that ate his ideas constitute the answer. What he did Exhibit though, was that there is a place for everybody in this system,.

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"washington d. c" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:08 min | Last week

"washington d. c" Discussed on KOMO

"We're hearing from the police officer who was nearly crushed to death in a doorway is rioter stormed the U. S Capitol last week. Disturbing video has been shared around the world. And tonight he's one of three police officers speaking about confronting the violent mob. Sam Ford from our Washington D. C sister station has a story. We've seen the images now. Acting D C. Police chief Robert Conte let three MPD officers who were there talk. That was the one that was crushed in the door, but they have a heroic story. It's the tunnel through which a president walks out for the inaugural ceremony. But January 6th these three officers were there in the crush, fighting to keep out of that capital entrance. Rioters who police that had bear Mace It's not only painful, but you literally can't open your eyes and when you can open your eyes and you're in the middle of what way would call a fight? The struggle was sometimes in the cops favor. Sometimes in the rioters. I guess I got pin through the small back and forth we had fighting for, you know every inch Fourth District Officer, Hodges was trapped in the back and forth thought, you know this might be it. I might die and there's nothing I can do to defend myself at this point, so I just started screaming my lungs for the under. Give me a way out. Get me a ladder retreat, he said a rider beating with his own baton before other officers freed him, and when police managed to push riders out, officer Michael for known, said they yanked him out with him beating him tasing him because guys were like crabbing here off my vest, and they ripped my badge from me and people were trying to grab my gun. I remember guys chanting like killing with his own gun. Um, I thought about killing people, the Blue High grad said. Instead, he told the writers he had kids. Some shielded him until his partner, officer Jimmy Albright, at the top of this picture, got him back in the tunnel. He suffered a mild heart attack hospitalized two days. The other officers were not hospitalized. Really stunning. The officers say that they were stunned that many of those writers believe the police were supposed to be helping them break into the capital. The FBI has

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"washington d. c" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

02:17 min | Last week

"washington d. c" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Government to come remove a dead dog from the middle of the road. But i digress. So he's been what he doesn't get paid and he has a house in galveston. No that's not fishy. He doesn't need to get paid to. Dude makes a boatload of money. He owns the part of all the papa. John's franchises a bunch of real estate. He's rich rich he doesn't need to get paid. It does this because he wants to have a nice community as oppose so anyway to please do not distract me from my story. Because i got to tell you what his neighbor did. Because the the nastiness of the politics is not limited to washington d. c. in the media weight into you. Hear what some turdly neighbor of his who was a beta supporter. Wait.

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"washington d. c" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

"washington d. c" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Mike, like are you It was over. Did you review wait one night in Miami? About that that we're working. What platform is that on? Yeah, I got a screener, so I don't know. Okay. Oh, it's I used the same screener. So I don't and I haven't seen it. So I have no help it also next week we're doing, um, news of the world and wonder woman. Anything? Yes. Yeah. So we will be, but is Washington D c? I'm just trying to anticipate the next no donor. Mike, I I did just called on. Yeah. Yeah, I did it just like George Washington Carver. You've been a very good now I was ready with swashbuckler. I was waiting for that, because why? No quick pull. Those people were gone now because that's the word that popped into my head. And you said words with wash. I was like, suave thinking of Washington D C as well. Washington football team are Redskins or so that's boring. Swashbuckler school. We're gonna make room because cool guys Big Alan Jo Jo, We're coming up next. They have a show that will take you through the afternoon. Have a great weekend. We're I'm gonna just do like yoga and deep breathing this weekend. We're going to start Monday and we're gonna pretend that the first week of 2021 never happened. We're just gonna Just Yeah, just something he said 2020 season two is not off to a great story. It's actually December 39th 2020. There you go. We'll be back on Monday. Have a great weekend. Keep it right here on K away news radio radio at home. No problem. Hey, Alexa, Like Kay away on my heart Radio, the voice of Colorado available in over 2000 devices. Mac Donald Hardwoods is where I cannot recommend highly enough you go if you want hardwood flooring. Hardwood floors are beautiful. They last decades, you can keep them gorgeous, and they bring that kind of nature feel inside. But with hardwoods. It's kind of a hassle to install them unless you go to Mac Donald hardwoods because they specialize in prefinished hardwood flooring. Now your first instinct to get a great deal might need to go to a big box store..

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"washington d. c" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:09 min | 2 weeks ago

"washington d. c" Discussed on 600 WREC

"She was climbing upward and she hadn't even gotten fully up, Let alone through or in and somebody shoots you down from the inside without I didn't hear any warning to halt or freeze or stop or anything like that. Just just executed her. And Yeah, and behind her was in the video within seconds, Meaning they were right there. There were three the two or three cops. Very armed. Uniformed cops, one of whom I recognize his face. You can see him later. The news videos out of the ambulance. Same same face, same uniforms. Same argument out of the ambulance. He was inside right behind her. And there was no chaos in that room. Every everybody was basically standing there. Call me they may have been chanting or whatever. I don't know. But they weren't progressing physically and she crossed through and she gets shot. So now if she needed to be shot, how come the cops with three armed cops behind her? Didn't shoot her? They'd apparently didn't see a threat. But Somebody on the inside for some reason, then that's the question that was one of my life. Seven in the melee got trigger happy. It's like I said in the second hour ago, trigger trigger happy people in a melee and and somebody died. All right, okay. And they're gonna have to investigate that. I don't know how they're gonna find out who did it. They're going to go over tapes and everything else and find out But, yeah, I mean, somebody shot the person and they can and they can't claim self defense here. You're right. They can't So obviously this is something accidental shooting because of fear. I'm so we basically have Ah, George Floyd all over again. Right? Only this one. It's female and white and was shot by a cop without justification as I can see it. In, but I don't see Minneapolis or Washington D C burning down tonight. I don't think it targets being looted because cylinder investigation. David don't Don't jump the gun here. It's still under investigation. No. One I didn't see the assailant. Did you see who shot her? No, You didn't. I didn't know there. No. So why is there gonna be a George Floyd moment when you don't know who pulled the trigger? I'm way don't need to get another job and I'm just making a comparison argument. I'm telling you, you're jumping the gun here because unless we find an assailant Unless we know that situation. I mean, George Floyd was obviously something that you know you're looking at going. How is this happening? I was this guy getting need in the neck by some cop. This is something that happened in in a in a moment. That was tense. And you're right. There was no justification for shooting this girl. From what I saw no justification at all. So you know, now we gotta find out who the assailant was. Who the Who wasn't the did the deed and then we go there. Right. And and, of course, the major media don't make any mention of it whatsoever. They're not curious at all they say is not. Yeah, he says, and some woman got shot and now back to you, you know they don't They don't go into right. They don't go in spirit at all. You're right now. This is the way it is. The nature of the beast. Yes. Is that a woman? White woman of veteran Ah military veteran shot and killed right there the capital. And there is nobody to say anything about it and nobody there to stick up for her. Nobody there too. You know, protests and light the fires and kick the tires? No, it's not gonna happen your rights. It's It's unfair and it's not gonna happen. Right. And as for you were talking earlier about rebellion versus civil War versus Revolution. The way I view it is, it's none of the above its citizens of a country. Simply defending an existing country against an unlawful attacker. Whether it's from within without a combination of the two it if you want to call it a civil war. It's an unlawful group attacking us. Whereas the you find it punctuated, scented the other way around in the major media. They would say that I don't I don't see it that way at all. They're not. They didn't do that. I mean, if it's if it's if it's a move to a civil war that they failed because we're not. We're not having a civil war here. I don't think that was an intention. Off these people in Washington. I think they wanted to make their point. They made their point. But there was no end result from it because it was completely it was completely defused. Right. I agree with you. But what I'm saying is that we need to make sure and protect that ground And don't allow people to. You know, whomever the media who never to say anything about that. It says that we're starting a civil war. We're starting revolution. No, we're simply defending what has been long established. That's all we're doing is sending. You said it were defending the Constitution in our way of life. Let's hope that was the message has been a lot of people feel that way. Let's hope they have the same enthusiasm you do about protecting freedom. I like I said, I mean, everything got bogged down in those magic words that I warn people about and those magic words were used today. Terrorist insurrections addition. Combative terrorist. I mean, all those things were used today and those air magic words that people who don't know any better pick up on and immediately start repeating.

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"washington d. c" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:45 min | Last month

"washington d. c" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"That or G'kar now back to Jeremy Hammett's mom, Robbie, we left office. They return from the Fisher House and launched all Germany in 2001. Walter Reed Army Medical Center in D. C. It was a tricky flight, and he coded at least once. Every what I remember sitting there just kind of observing that watching and trying to sleep at one time they start the veal and I just remember jumping up looking for a barf bag and the sweet nurse some of reaction And so she took me to the other end of the plane. Where was cooler and got me a sip of water and, um then You know, I stood with me next the side Jeremy for a little while, but at some point, his respiration was still the factor and they couldn't get him stabilized. And so I saw the technician on the backside of playing on the father thing. I didn't realize until one of them took the time to explain to us after landing that that communicated with the pilot up front and the medical team was telling the pilot. Our patient can't be sustained at this atmosphere. He can Not breathe and the pilot tell them that he didn't have enough fuel if he loved the plane. That they'd have to stop in Greenland. So at one point they were making arrangements to stop in Greenland so that they can fly at the altitude that would enable Jeremy to breathe. And then we gotta tell wind we got angels to carrier plane in the Washington D. C and it landed and injuries therefore, space. And that immediately.

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"washington d. c" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:09 min | 2 months ago

"washington d. c" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Violence by offering assistance to either party involved give us an overview of intimate partner violence and how the VA's assistance program will help veterans and employees. Well, let's begin with what I P V stands for intimate partner violence. According to the CDC is defined as physical, sexual psychological harm or stalking behavior by a current or former partner that occurs on a continuum off frequency and severity, ranging from emotional abuse to chronic severe battering or even fatality. It can occur in heterosexual relationships or same gender loving relationships, and it does not require sexual intimacy or cohabitation, which is a really important distinction. So back in May 2012 the V, A chartered a task force of national experts and domestic violence and intimate partner violence and what they came up with. Was a 14 recommendation plan for VJ to implement and intimate partner Violence Assistance Program and so from that that was the inception of the Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Program based on those recommendations, So in January 2014, they began a rapid implementation program with fix the A medical centers around the country. From that time from 2014 till now. Well, actually until April 2018. The systems program has grown to 100 sites, and we're actually approaching 100 and 40 sites since Congress funded the program in April 2018 so it's mushroomed, and it's born out of a need that was identified by veterans. And so really excited to, you know, promote the program. Let people know that veterans and the A employees have a place to go now who are experiencing and using violence and intimate relationships. So now we're at the point where at the program is here at the Washington D. C B, a medical center, and what we plan to do is to educate people providers let me step back. So the 14 recommendations out of that there was five main priorities that came from that, and so raising awareness is one The second is building community partners. The third is is serving veterans who are experiencing intimate partner violence. Fourth is serving those who use intimate partner violence and The apes staff who are experiencing into my partner Brian's, either using it or experiencing it, so raising awareness just like coming on this radio show raising people's awareness about what I P V means. If they hear the acronym it means intimate partner violence, raising awareness that the V A is committed to helping assisting veterans and B a employees who are experiencing and using violence and relationships who really genuinely want to stop that behavior and want to decrease and improve their intimate relationships. We're working on building a community of practice within the V, a medical center in Washington, D C and around the country and so one of the ways that we're going to do that is to train staff and create policies and assessments, protocols for veterans to be assessed and treated. Along with that we have to build community coalitions. People who have already been doing this work for very long time, whether it's housing issues, whether it's law enforcement officers or those people who are in the trenches every day, working with people who are dealing with intimate partner violence, so building community partners in D C. Maryland and Virginia because those of the veterans that we are working with in Washington, D. C B, a medical center. And then it's really identifying what veterans are impacted by the use or the experience of intimate partner violence. And I just want to pause that the language is really important because one of things about the intimate part of bombings assistance program Is that we want to emphasize that this is a veteran centered. It is person first. You know this whole person approach. It's trauma informed. And what I mean by trauma informed is that we're not trying to re traumatize someone. We're not using language that will be stigmatizing veterans who use violence want to do better in their relationships and may not necessarily have Resource is to do that. And so we don't want to stigmatize them by using words like batterer. It's a person who uses the violence or someone who's who is experiencing violence. They're not a victim. We want to make sure that everyone is empowered. And that's what the MPD AP Intimate Partner Violence Assistance program is all about is educating around how we can empower people. How we can give them resource is So they can feel that they're supported by the D. A. It's very similar to domestic violence. What's the difference? If you can see domestic violence as the umbrella or it's intimate partner? Violence is actually a kind of domestic violence with domestic violence. Most people think that there has to be called habitation that you actually live in the same residents. With intimate partner violence. There's a little difference like I explained before. Cohabitation doesn't have to be a part of that situation, so it could be former partners. It could be people that partner that you're not living with sexual intimacy may not actually be occurring at that time so intimate partner. Violence is a kind of domestic violence, and that Specifically impacts people who were in an intimate relationship, and those intimate relationships can be made up of all kinds of whether it's past present future or just, you know, just any kind of relationship that has a level of intimacy. It doesn't require cohabitation, so that's a difference. Domestic violence also includes, you know, elder abuse or child abuse. That's the difference with intimate partner violence. They're actually in an intimate relationship. So that's just junction between the two. What can veterans expect when they visit the medical center for routine checkup? Will they be screened or asked about physical, emotional or sexual abuse? That's excellent question. Let me start off by saying that we know two things about specifically with women veterans or with women in general who experiencing intimate partner violence. Number one. They want their medical providers to ask them about intimate partner violence. We know that from qualitative studies, Thea other thing that we know is that Women know that they or they believe that their doctors can help that they have answers and that they have resource is so number one women want the question asked and number two. They believe their doctor can help. So we're starting screening at the Washington D. C B, a medical center naturally in the women's health clinic, But that doesn't mean it's going to stop there. The goal is to move there to my partner Violence assistance program beyond the one is health clinic. For every part of the medical.

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"washington d. c" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:55 min | 3 months ago

"washington d. c" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"10% off any plan when you use promo code Shapiro that's publicly Shapiro. Against the argument that that Democrats keep making is that they cannot open the schools until after the election. If you look at Washington, DC, they've openly announced that they're preparing to welcome up to 21,000 Elementary School students back for in person learning in November. Why not right now? Well, November, you know. November is about the time probably after the election and be like a real good time to do it, according to the Washington D. C ist the DCs on October 5th. So if it's good enough to open like in November, why isn't good enough to open right now? You're losing a full month of education. It is hitting people who are low income the hardest. Really zoom. Education sucks. Okay, I know my kids been doing it. Basically it is homeschooling. You may as well home school. Teachers very often can see the students. Very often. Students just log in and then walk away from the computer. Many people aren't even logging in the insurance he rates are incredible. And yet we are told that months on end. Another month of this won't hurt anything. It's totally fine. Another month of this is fine. Just get past the election. Why Well, said Chancellor Lewis Therapy. Learning at home has been positive for many of our students because of the extraordinary work of art teachers. We also know at this time that learning at home is not working for every student under the first option, considered by the Washington D. C school district about 7000 students will attend in person class is led by a teacher each school for one class for each grade beginning on November 9th. Oh, look at that right after the election, What a co Winky Dinky who could have predicted Meanwhile, in L. A county, Barbara for are the county Department of Health Public official. Whose degree is not in anything related to public health. Barbara for our she says, You know, why don't we re evaluate? This whole school is being closed thing you know, like after the election that that feels like a good time. We don't realistically anticipated that we would be either here or to the opening schools that through at least.

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"washington d. c" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:06 min | 5 months ago

"washington d. c" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"With who ends up on the upside of 270 electoral college votes in two months in a couple of days, and in that sense, yes, we are winning. In my opinion right now it's looking at got complacent. But boy Oh boy coming off last week's convention, the presidential election. Two months from now looks incredibly incredibly close, and if it's close now, I think cautiously optimistic. Let's just say, but frankly, even more importantly, them winning the election and it is important we're winning on ideas. Our ideas are better. And we're winning right now with the American people on some pretty fundamentals. With regard to American civilization. With Western civilisation. You know what is civilization period there? There are a couple of fundamental truths that we agree on as when we come together to form a civilization. When we when we get together and form a better society, we agree on a couple of fundamental truths like I don't know you shouldn't destroy people's private personal property. For that matter. You shouldn't destroy public property that we all take ownership up. Guy you shouldn't. You shouldn't get in the way and inhibit and impede a person trying to live about their lives like sleeping peacefully in their own domicile like traversing a public road. You shouldn't do that. You shouldn't get in their way and stop them from traversing that road. Just because you want to prove a point. You shouldn't purposely wake them up in the middle of the night because you have an important statement to make. No no, no, no. You see, we agree as a civilization. There are certain fundamentals. There are certain rights and wrongs. There are We've come to call it Law and order. The law part is these are the rules that we all must obey The order. Part is when you break those rules, there are circumstances. Now on a daily basis for the last several months, you and I have witnessed the deterioration and this mantle ing Of those fundamental understandings that we here in America have agreed upon. And we have seen that dismantling specifically in cities. Certain cities. That have elected leadership that looks the other way looks the other way in such a way that it almost looks as though they're encouraging. This disorder that they're encouraging this breakdown a civilization like and like for some reason there on the side. Of the uncivilized there on the side of the people. Who are dismantling Our civilization or, at the very least, they're looking the other way because they believe that in some way they Will benefit from this dismantling of our civilisation. That's what we have witnessed. We've talked about it. For months. We've talked about it, and sadly, we have had an example right here right here in our town, which also happens to be the nation's capital, the the seat of political power. In the United States of America. Our city Washington, D. C. And we thought Sadly, over this weekend, multiply and multiply and multiply. Now. Now, the another basic norm of our civilization that we have seen Violated is that if a person is sitting in a public place, enjoying a meal They have a right to not be disturbed and intimidated and bullied and screamed at, especially at a time. When they have no choice but to sit outside and eat their meal. Because that same government That same local government that his impeded Our rights as citizens to live in a civilisation. They have also forced Basic fundamental changes to the way we go about living our life like going into indoors to eat in a restaurant. Can't even say with a straight face, But there we are. We have a Washington D C government that has forced every restaurant to put tables out on the sidewalk and out in the street. To accommodate their interpretation of the covert 19 pandemic protocols. So while you're sitting there, you being poor, you know American Citizen Washington resident You were heard all week. You go on a Saturday night to enjoy one of the nice restaurants that's still barely surviving. And you want to support your local restaurant. You want to bring money into downtown Washington? So there you are.

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"washington d. c" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:53 min | 7 months ago

"washington d. c" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Man Washington D. C. Now. They say that additional rapid deployment teams might be dispatched regionally so they could be flown into any other area within a few hours, should unrest spark up in other cities across the United States. Here's what I find funny about that. My security detail. When? When I was the undersecretary. Never thought about how you know what we're going to protect the undersecretary, and we're going to be just a few hours away. So you know, Mr Brown if you get in trouble, you know someone starts attacking. You were beating you or, you know you just Ah, naively walk into your hotel room and and there's a Russian spy there or, you know, a Russian model or whatever to try to bribe you extort you or whatever. Don't worry about it. Just give us a call. You got our number and we'll be there in a couple hours. We might be down at the bar, having a drink and a pizza or something. But we'll get there as soon as we can. This's so acid mine. You can't make this crap up. The others will be there going to be placed regionally around the country so they could be flown into any other area within a few hours. Meaning well after the statues have been toppled. Because the local cops if you've seen any of the videos of local cops, they're they're running away from these things. So there's no local law enforcement in the major cities anymore, including sitting county of Denver. Forgive that, so they're going to fly the man. Yeah. So then you gotta fly him into an air force base and they have to get into Humvees and they're gonna have to drive to wherever the riot is. By That time, the rioters will be pooped out because we'll report what they think. Of all the statues down. Oh, my goodness. That's fine. And if there's any traffic about, I'll be right. There certainly isn't looking too bad out there Right now. We do have one bad acts. They're not free before we get to the freeway problems that's could be 84th and shared and watch for.

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"washington d. c" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

02:14 min | 10 months ago

"washington d. c" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"Broke into my room And so I didn't didn't wasn't wasn't like personally mugged As once out of all travel while I was like given things all the time and free places to stay so I feel like a netted out on the positive and yet while in my you know when I've lived in Chicago or Washington D C on my car broken into like five times already so it's one of those things that like. Yes you'll make mistakes. Yes you'll forget to do something very stupid that you shouldn't do Yes you should learn from it but also like usually things work out alright and the world much safer place than we'd ever Ever imagine until we actually go out and experience it. Yeah for sure and and I think that that's one of the issues looking into what should I like? What what should I get? What should I do because if you look if you follow certain organizations and look into it you should get a shot at eighteen shots every single country you go to right so I think maybe a little bit of the hubris comes there of like all right? Why No? I shouldn't be doing this. You know what I mean like. I shouldn't be getting a thousand shot so I'm not gonNA do any so said I do if I if I do. Remember to go the dog I do tell them giving me every shot shot. I should have ahead of time but yeah I I I hear you and I also hear you that There's a lot of things I good now that I have kids. I have completely changed just because you realize that there's something more important stake than than yourself right right for sure. I'm what you guys have coming. Up in the pipeline. Then for TRIP SCOUT. Well we say we focused the product on the top one hundred destinations as we are just like constantly refining like this the back end technology of you know essentially having the real time index of every piece of travel content and every point of interest in the world But we've built the technology to work everywhere and so very very soon we're gonNA open that up To to every place in the world so that's going to be big and then the other thing is like we. We know.

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"washington d. c" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"washington d. c" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Might Washington D. C. W. I. me I'll go ahead Hey mark I was wondering if you get in expound on how previously previous cases such as Mears and such as the death of limited what executive privileges I think the whole impeachment is a sham I'm just here is your opinion on it yes it's funny the courts take it one example after another they don't have a hard and fast rule they've generals and you have the new you know the Nixon case but you actually have George Washington not a case per se but a battle that took place so the court's going to look at a lot of things what is the purpose of the assertion what is it that the Congress is trying to do whether they're operating out of the box so it's fact driven so when you say president has constructed Congress and you don't even list the specific subpoenas and what you're making that assertion or the specific individual he just list every single one of them that's when it becomes species because now you're attacking the whole the whole premise of separation of powers and executive privilege so when the store known Nadler trumpet just like it and we're not going to respond also being a drug dealer just like it said he went to court that was see that's that's the difference he went to court and by going to court you to simply asking them to do to keep that and they don't have the the Democrats around the time before the election to do that well that's their problem the constitution doesn't say that we have to meet a schedule for an election for the Democrats the report is this is this this is a serious matter that requires attention bike surgeon the Republicans could have taken the same one have added spine with Obama and said you're cleaning cleaning objected objective privilege and run knowing they yeah they didn't have to impeach him for that all they didn't even need many subpoenas I would argue if this is the standard we know as a matter of fact the doctor wasn't passed by Congress wasn't yeah when I was a matter of fact in a fast and furious they funded the drug cartels south of the border didn't they exactly we know it so they don't even really need subpoenas do they they already got a three congressional testimony I understand you say this is a fishing expedition the president's right when he uses that phrase they have a in an impeachment in place and now they're looking for more reasons to buttress said while claiming ridiculously that it's a slam dunk case thank you very much mark I appreciate everything and you continue fighting the good fight hi my brother thanks for your call third Mike Mike in came a day how are you Mike they mark we don't all right thank you all right so I called because I want to argue I nature I watched your show on worked in TV were you made the case he stood up and made the case for me let's let's hold on the Mike we how much time I had Mr this I didn't hear you senator Cruz welcome you have four minutes go baby mark my friend how are you doing yeah we're just wrapping up the dinner break getting ready to get back into our twenty eight of the as well it must be a compelling case I mean I don't know about you I've litigated it's never taken me twenty four hours to explain a damn thing well and and and there's a reason it's taken this long as they keep saying the same thing over and over and over again they have about six video clips that they play one after the other after the other and and they're not proving their case but but but I do think the night has been particularly significant but because I think what we saw today if house Democrats perhaps inadvertently rolling Joe Biden under the box and the reason is that they they double down on a strategic mistake they made yesterday and the mistake they made yesterday they built their case on the proposition that any investigation into burglary well the Ukraine natural gas company on whose board hunter Biden's that their whole case based on the proposition any investigation into very small is a sham is bogus is completely fraudulent today they spent over an hour arguing that any investigation and a brief is baseless and the consequence of that is number one even as in the tank for the Democrats in the mainstream media has been today's argument forces them to talk about for response and and this substantial evidence of corruption but number two it really set the stage for president from lawyers to come back with a very significant evidence honor Biden was getting paid a million dollars a year just sit on the board of Ukrainian natural gas company didn't know anything about about natural gas and he was getting that money because his Daddy was vice president and and I think hunter Biden has gone from not merely being relevant but now critical to the substantive defense the press can I ask you another question and I hope we don't run at a time related to what you just said this opening the door yeah I heard shift going on on another's that without evidence by the way that the present United States left our ally Ukraine defenseless while bullets were flying in Ukrainians were dying as a result of the Russian invasion and occupation and they were using that to buttress their arguments use me I'm thinking to myself who was the point man for Ukraine under Obama that would be vice president Biden and and I how much money got to Ukraine or how many I've had similar military armaments got to crane while he was the point man in terms of of lethal military aid zero land and the entire Obama administration Obama and Biden wouldn't give Ukraine a handy and I publicly called on on the Obama administration to give legal aid to Ukraine a number of others probably called over to do it they wouldn't get a penny they would give blanket they give them already but the trump administration is given javelin missiles which can take out Russian tanks and every time that that democratic managers go on about about needing to save Ukrainian lines from Russian aggression I guess under that reasoning we should impeach Obama because on any measure gavel and they're a lot more effective for taking out thanks then our blanket that MRE well I'll tell you what I I I think the vast majority of people are in pain attention this anymore and I have this question is rhetorical senator Cruz.

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"washington d. c" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"washington d. c" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"All right another might Washington D. C. W. I. me I'll go ahead Hey mark I was wondering if you get in expound on how previously previous cases such as nears and such as the death of limited work executive privileges I think the whole impeachment is a sham I'm just here is your opinion on it it's funny the courts take it one example after another they don't have a hard and fast rule they've generals and you have the new you know the Nixon case which actually have George Washington not a case per se but a battle that took place so the court's going to look at a lot of things what is the purpose of the assertion what is it that the Congress is trying to do whether they're operating out of the box so it's fact driven so when you say a president has abstracted Congress and you don't even list the specific subpoenas and what you're making that assertion or the specific individual he does a list every single one of them that's when it becomes species because now you're attacking the whole the whole premise of separation of powers and executive privilege so when the store known Nadler and trumpet just like you said we're not going to respond also being a drug dealer Jesse blankets said he went to court that was see that's that's the difference he went to court and by going to court he's essentially asking them to do to keep that and they don't have the the Democrats around the time before the election to do that well that's their problem the constitution doesn't say that we have to meet a schedule for an election for the Democrats in the race the report is this is this this is a serious matter that requires attention by a surgeon the Republicans could have taken the same one had that it's fine with a bomb and said are worrying Pete you because you're playing claiming objective objective privilege and run knowing they yeah they didn't have to impeach him for that all they didn't even need many subpoenas I would argue if this is the standard we know as a matter of fact the doctor wasn't passed by Congress wasn't yeah when I was a matter of fact under fast and furious they funded the drug cartels south of the border didn't they exactly we know it so they don't even really need subpoenas do they they already got it through congressional testimony under you say this is a fishing expedition the president's right when he uses that phrase they have a in an impeachment in place and now they're looking for more reasons to buttress said while claiming ridiculously that it's a slam dunk case thank you very much mark I appreciate everything and you continue fighting the good fight all right my brother thanks for your call I third Mike Mike in came a day how are you Mike Hey mark how you doing all right thank you all right so I called because I want to argue I next I watched your show on worked in TV were you made the case he stood up and made the case for me let's let's hold on the Mike we how much time I have Mister this I didn't hear you senator Cruz welcome you have four minutes go baby but my friend how are you doing yeah we're just wrapping up the dinner break getting ready to get back into our twenty eight of the trial it must be a compelling case I mean I don't know about you I've litigated it's never taken me twenty four hours to explain the damn thing well and and and there's a reason it's taken this long as they keep saying the same thing over and over and over again they have about six video clips that they play one after the other after the other and and they're not proving their case but but but I do think tonight has been particularly significant but because I think what we saw today yes house Democrats perhaps inadvertently throwing Joe Biden under the box and the reason is that they they double down on a strategic mistake they made yesterday and the mistake they made yesterday they built their case on the proposition that any investigation into burglary well the Ukraine natural gas company on whose board hunter Biden's that their whole case based on the proposition any investigation into very small he is a sham is bogus is completely fraudulent today they spent over an hour arguing that any investigation into very spot is baseless and the consequence of that is number one even as in the tank for the Democrats in the mainstream media has been today's argument forces them to talk about for response and and this substantial evidence of corruption but number two it really set the stage for president trump lawyers to come back with the very significant evidence hunter Biden was getting paid a million dollars a year just sit on the board of Ukrainian natural gas company didn't know anything about about natural gas and he was getting that money because his Daddy was vice president and and I think hunter Biden has gone from not merely being relevant but now critical to the substantive defense the press can I ask you another question and I hope we don't run at a time related to what you just said this opening the door yeah I heard shift go on and on and others that without evidence by the way that the present United States left our ally Ukraine defenseless while bullets were flying new Craney ins were dying as a result of the Russian invasion and occupation and they were using that to buttress their arguments use me and I'm thinking to myself who was the point man for Ukraine under Obama that would be vice president Biden and and how much money got to Ukraine or how many I've had similar military armaments got to Ukraine while he was the point man in terms of of lethal military aid zero land and be a higher bonded ministration Obama and Biden wouldn't give Ukraine a handy and I publicly called on on the Obama administration to give legal aid to Ukraine a number of others publicly called on to do it they wouldn't get a penny they would give blanket they give them already but the trump administration is given javelin missiles which can take out Russian tanks and so every time that that democratic managers go on about about needing to save your cranium lights lush and aggressive I guess under that reasoning we should've impeach Obama because on any measure javelins are a lot more effective for taking up saying that our blanket that MRE well tell you what I I I think the vast majority of people are in pain attention this anymore and I have this question is rhetorical senator Cruz.

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"washington d. c" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"washington d. c" Discussed on KNSS

"Another might Washington D. C. W. I. me I'll go ahead Hey mark I was wondering if you get in expound on how previous previous cases such as mere isn't such as the that have limited what executive privileges I think the whole impeachment of the shampoo I'm just here is your opinion on it it's funny the courts take it one example after another they don't have a hard and fast rule they've generals and you have the new you know the Nixon case but you actually have George Washington not a case per se but a battle that took place so the court's going to look at a lot of things what is the purpose of the assertion what is it that the Congress is trying to do whether they're operating out of the box so it's fact driven so when you say president has obstructed Congress and you don't even list the specific subpoenas and what you're making that assertion or the specific individual he does a list every single one of them that's when it becomes species because now you're attacking the whole the whole premise of separation of powers and executive privilege so when the shore noting Nadler trumpet just like you said we're not going to respond also being a trump dinner just blankets said he went to court I always say that that's the difference he went to court and by going to court he's essentially asking them to judicata and they don't have the the Democrats around the time before the election to do that well that's their problem the constitution doesn't say are that we have to meet a schedule for an election for the Democrats so on the right the report is this is this this is a serious matter that requires attention bike searching the Republicans could have taken the same one have added spine with Obama and said you're good you're cleaning claiming objected objective privilege and run knowing they yeah they didn't have to impeach him for that all they didn't even need many subpoenas I would argue if this is the standard we know as a matter of fact the doctor wasn't passed by Congress wasn't yeah when I was a matter of fact under fast and furious they funded the drug cartels south of the border didn't thank exactly we know it so they don't even really need subpoenas do they they already got it through congressional testimony you say this is a fishing expedition the president's right when he uses that phrase they have eight in an impeachment in place and now they're looking for more reasons to buttress said while claiming ridiculously that it's a slam dunk case thank you very much mark I appreciate everything and if you could continue fighting the good fight all right my brother thanks for your call I third Mike Mike in candidate how are you Mike Hey mark how you doing all right thank you all right so I called because I want to argue I'm a nurse I watched your show on login TV were you made the case he stood up and made the case for me let's let's hold on the Mike we how much time I have Mister this I didn't hear you senator Cruz welcome you have four minutes go baby but my friend how are you doing yeah we're just wrapping up the dinner break getting ready to get back into our twenty eight of the as well it must be a compelling case I mean I don't know about you I've litigated it's never taken me twenty four hours to explain a damn thing well and and and there's a reason it's taken this long as they keep saying the same thing over and over and over again they have about six video clips that they play one after the other after the other and and they're not proving their case but but but I do think tonight has been particularly significant but because I think what we saw today yes house Democrats perhaps inadvertently throwing Joe Biden under the box and the reason is that they they double down on a strategic mistake they made yesterday and the mistake they made yesterday they built their case on the proposition that any investigation into burglary the Ukraine natural gas company on whose board hunter Biden's that their whole case is based on the proposition any investigation into very small is a sham is bogus is completely fraudulent today they spent over an hour arguing that any investigation into Marie's via is baseless and the consequence of that is number one even as in the tank for the Democrats in the mainstream media has been today's argument forces them to talk about for response and and this substantial evidence of corruption but number two it really set the stage for president trump lawyers to come back with a very significant evidence on her body was getting paid a million dollars a year just sit on the board of Ukrainian natural gas company didn't know anything about about natural gas and he was getting that money because his Daddy was vice president and and I think hunter Biden has gone from not merely being relevant but now critical to the substantive defense the press can I ask you another question and I hope we don't run at a time related to what you just said this opening the door yeah I heard shift going on on another's that without evidence by the way that the present United States left our ally Ukraine defenseless while bullets were flying new Craney ins were dying as a result of the Russian invasion and occupation and they were using that to buttress their arguments use me I'm thinking to myself who was the point man for Ukraine under Obama that would be vice president Biden and and I how much money got to Ukraine or how many I've had similar military armaments got you crane while he was the point man in terms of a lethal military aid zero and and the entire Obama administration Obama and Biden wouldn't give Ukraine a handy and I publicly called on on the Obama administration to give legal aid to Ukraine a number of others publicly called on to do it they wouldn't get a penny they would give blanket but the trump administration is given javelin missiles which can take out Russian tanks and so every time that that democratic managers go on about about needing to say in Ukrainian lines from Russian aggression I guess under that reasoning we should impeach Obama because on any measure javelins are a lot more effective for taking out saying that our blanket that MRE well.

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"washington d. c" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"washington d. c" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"You have a spare. And the other thing we say now, your father, and my father taught us how to change a flat. Oh, yeah. I've changed many many flats in my life. Guess that many Americans? Can't do today. Thirty nine million Americans. Do not do not know how to change a flat, and I wouldn't change one. I know how. Yeah. Yeah. But if you break down on the beltway, don't try to don't try to change it. I was shocking to someone last week who drove in during the so strong. We had last week not this past week or the week before when our schools shutdown got federal government was shot that was shot down and the person drove from Baltimore to Washington D C, and he said he saw at least nine people stuck on the side of the road by ninety five trying to change a flat. You're only asking to be hit. Yeah. Especially on a slick road or a wet road on icy road, where a driver who may get distracted by looking at what you're doing would drive right into you inadvertently because he is called the moth, you're looking and concentrating so heavily on an object on the side of the road, you run into it. And so I say to people make sure your town. Are properly inflated, and you have to do it once a month. Winter. And in fact, she should do it once a month year round the last thing, we think I remember winter spring summer and fall the.

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"washington d. c" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"washington d. c" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"About things that we should not be arguing about you. Don't need argh about everything. I did went to Washington DC, and I did meet with Senator Mary Landrieu Iran on the basis of interrogate been his day one. I've been fighting acquisitions after acquisition. Don't be patient being patient. Asa maintain here ya need to be patient trying to get elections. Why she done for the moment. We'd like to know how many votes are outstanding. Let's just great. And we should be patient. A few weeks ago? Madam speaker spoke to you and also chairman McCormick about math extreme fear of dogs. I just encountered adult down in the plants. I'm bear upset about this. Madam speaker? I think it's so unfair that I have to deal with dogs here in this. I'm very upset. And I know that it has affected. My blood pressure. Don't be patient. Dot. But there are serious questions. Why is she done for the moment? We'd like to know how many votes are outstanding. Just be patient. It's only been a week Dhabi. This only been away. Doc. Gadhafi? I did with to Washington D C, and I did meet with Senator Mary Landrieu Iran on the basis of enteric. I've been. Each day. I've been fighting acquisition acquisition. Gadhafi? You'll need to be patient when I'm saying. Marcus Luttrell busted in here. Doing. You try to stop.

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"washington d. c" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"washington d. c" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Common oak jump through hoops action in some of the eight you have to give you only get a permit and they order if your credit air accident it happened out there i think out it was stopped by who good guys with a gun yours but look at time it for so what about the common folk out there are they going to be overdependent fell or just the elite politicial now that's a good question and it should be up and down of the role here right it shouldn't just be members of congress there are people in that that cesspool pool of washington d c which is still crimeridden the last time i looked who are out there they are every bit as vulnerable but we know what happened to the now in its initial but right regular people we have to go through hoops that the motion and it should be to show carry across the board now i get it i get exactly i even know off we're not sure they are and and i get that i mean then that's what happens in all of these circumstances it's if some celebrity or some member of congress now it is what it is a chip you had shown a light on this issue and i thought it brought up a very important conversation so i guess let's go with it but but you're you're absolutely right buddy m many people out there who are subject to the whims of lawmakers on their own basic forms of freedom and here's what happened out there they add hugo guy that had training.

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