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Trump awarding Medal of Freedom to allies Devin Nunes and Jim Jordan

Rush Limbaugh

00:22 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump awarding Medal of Freedom to allies Devin Nunes and Jim Jordan

"The president honoring some of his allies in Congress, a White House official tells Fox is the president's giving Republican congressman Devin Nunes of California the Medal of Freedom Today. Washington. Examiner reports. Congressman Jim Jordan of Ohio will receive the honor next week. Both lawmakers defend the president Trump during his impeachment process. Earlier this year, President Trump gave conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh the Medal of Freedom.

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Fresh update on "washington examiner" discussed on The KFBK Morning News

The KFBK Morning News

00:27 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "washington examiner" discussed on The KFBK Morning News

"Let's get over to news from your neighborhood. Albert Carnality have Yes. So the Santa Clara president is sorry, Simpler. University president is set to deliver the pre inauguration mass. His name is Kevin O'Brien. He would deliver the Mass for Joe Biden this morning before the inauguration ceremony. Okay, They're probably heading to that right now. We're getting ready to go. I would imagine, by the way speaking Of getting ready to go. We're looking at live pictures from the White House lawn. It looks like the president has sent into part of just about any time now. Marine one's parked out there. And there's a small crowd and some press folks in a red carpet so Marine one will take him, of course to Air Force One on then there will be a send off from there and then I'll head off to Florida, where they will take up stakes in Maryland. Yeah, that's gonna be an interesting thing down at Mar a Lago. Apparently not all of his Florida neighbors are happy with him moving down there, but So if you were thinking that he would ride off into the sunset, and it would be quiet. Where is this from The Washington Examiner this morning. Okay. Democratic National Committee plans indefinite attacks on Trump. Even after he leaves office. The DNC is going to keep up the attacks and President Trump after he leaves the office unveiling a new messaging program. How new is that? Yeah, focused on the outgoing Republican. Just 24 hours before president like Joe Biden is an art. They made that announcement. We're going after they've been hammering for four years, So it's not gonna be anything new. Damn. Why let up? No. Yeah, It could be a big distraction because there's a lot of stuff that Joe Biden wants to get done. And you know, to bring attention to some of the work that he needs to do. It's not gonna behoove Democrats to be concerned with that shiny object that is now left the White House. In addition to the fact that they're they're very concerned about Donald Trump running again in 2024. Very concerned about that. Obviously, Republicans or many Republicans, That's a the ones, especially in Congress. Point S. So it was one year ago. Believe it or not, Can you believe how time flies when the first reported case of covert 19 popped up here in the United States, So it was a Washington right? Washington state medical expert Dr Simone Weil joins us in three minutes with the latest on the vaccines and how we're doing one year later. We're back in three. Traffic CSP is on the scene.

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An astounding 93 million Americans have already voted

Rush Limbaugh

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

An astounding 93 million Americans have already voted

"This year over 93 million people have already voted early or turned in mail in ballots. That's nearly 70% of the total votes counted in the twenties. Eckstine general election. California, Texas and Florida are leading the way in early voting. Democrats are leading the way in the early vote count in the battleground states. But Emily Larson with the Washington Examiner reminds us and one thing to keep in mind about these numbers is that that doesn't necessarily mean that all of these Republicans and Democrats are going to vote for their party. And there's still a significant amount of independent voters who are counting as well.

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Fresh update on "washington examiner" discussed on Ben Shapiro

Ben Shapiro

00:33 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "washington examiner" discussed on Ben Shapiro

"Hey, does that sound familiar any of that? Do you see that in American life? They see the revolutionary aggression. Greenlit by leaders in the left wing. In the Democratic Party. Do you see top down censorship in a desire for top down censorship on the left, you see anti conventional ism. that says the progressivism is true conservatism is inherently immoral. And we need to coercively imposed are left wing beliefs and values on others, and we have to purge. Did you see that on the left today and which is more prevalent sort of right wing authoritarianism that you see on the right, culminating in the capital riots or The left wing authoritarianism You see on the left, Which one is in the halls of power, which one has taken over our university system, which one has taken over our media, which one has taken over our social media. The theater or don't know, originally came up with the with the idea of the authoritarian personality and first wrote it up in that very flawed 1950 book. Later in life he was teaching at the Free University of Berlin. 1968 and there is a group called STS is a German Social Democratic and revolutionary group. And in Europe much the same sort of stuff was happening in the late 19 sixties. That's happening. The United States. He had students or violence, aggressive taking over universities and Adorno, who had escaped Europe in order to avoid the Holocaust. Right, he wrote to a fellow Frankfurt school theorist named ever mark use. Okay? And Adorno mentioned that a bunch of these revolutionary student had broken into his offices. They had then occupied his officers and treated him horribly, and he had to call the police. So he wrote to her barbecues again. Another Marxist Frankfurt school theorist, he said. We had to call the police within arrested all those they found in the room. They treated the students far more leniently than the students treated May Journal wrote that the students had displayed something of that thoughtless violence that once belonged to fascism. Responses. What's interesting, so Herber Mark Hughes was one of the most Influential thinkers on left for most of the 19 sixties, he was the author and coiner of the of the slogan Make Love, Not War. And he was a proponent of what he called a repressive tolerance called it liberating, Liberating tolerance. So liberating tolerance was the idea that you could stop people on the right from speaking. So as to prevent them from violating your tenants of tolerance, which sounds very much like Weston authoritarianism. So Mark Hughes wrote back to Adorno and chided him for having called the cops. He said. Our cause is better taken up by the rebellious students, then by the police, and he argued that violence from the left was merely fresh air. So Again. Mark use other members of the left. They were perfectly willing to acknowledge right wing authoritarians. Molesting authoritarianism does not exist, and this is the blind spot for America's political left. They do not see themselves clearly at all in the mirror. I am perfectly willing to acknowledge that there is a segment of the right. I think it is fairly small. His authoritarian nature that seeks an idol that follows that idol that is willing to do aggressive violence on behalf of that idol. But that does not tolerate dissent. I think it's fairly small, I think the evidence that is fairly small is that 74 million Americans voted for Trump and, like a few 100 morons decided to invade the capital, and many of those were devotees of fringe Q and on conspiracy theory that is absurd. It is basis and ridiculous in all of its implications. On the left. Description that I just gave him left him Authoritarianism. How life is that in our institutions when I talk about revolutionary aggression approved by those in power when I talk about top down censorship sought by those in power when I talk about anti conventional ism, seeing your own morality as absolute, everybody else's morality is bad. We need to coercively imposed our beliefs on everybody else, and we need social and ideological homogeneity. We need to purge everybody. How prevalent is that? I think we all know the answer. The answer is that is incredibly prevalent. If you look at the institutions of our society, the threat of authoritarianism it exists on both sides, but it is predominant, predominant on the left. The threat of authoritarianism. Is is fringe and dangerous. When it comes to the right. It is mainstream. When it comes to the left. The institutions of our society have decided to preemptively purge people who do not agree with them. The pages of the Washington Post. Haven't Can you imagine anybody on the right side of the aisle, literally writing editorials for places like daily wire, claiming that we should deep platform that we should censor that we should use the government to shut down CNN or MSNBC? I've never seen anything remotely like that, Have you? Have not have not seen in the Wall Street Journal. I'm not saying that at daily wire. I've not seen that at the Federalist. I'm not saying that the Washington Examiner all evil, right wing outlets, according to the left. I've never seen it on Fox News, by the way, and yet this is a commonplace assertion on the left. Max. Boot argues which the FCC should be cracking down and barring Fox News that is not a French idea. That appeared in the pages of the Washington Post. In The New York Times makes these sorts of contentions all the time and then speaking of ideological homogeneity and top down censorship imposed from above and speaking of approval for revolutionary aggression. The New York Times fires its own up ed, editor for printing an editorial from Tom Cotton, a sitting United States senator, suggesting that rioting and violence should be met by use of the insurrection Act in order call forth troops to call it This is this is not a French philosophy on the left Left wing authoritarianism is ripe on the left and Raif unless it is all over the damn place. When we talk about the perversion of our institutions when we talk about the threat to the American way of life and threat to your rights when you talk about the social authoritarianism that eventually is going to percolate into governmental authoritarianism. The chief threat of that is not from the right I know that a lot of people on the left look at Trump. They say That's a guy who talks like an authoritarian and a lot of the time. He does talk like that. Trump's language has been horrible along these lines, He says things that sound authoritarian all the time. Then you know what happens. The right doesn't let him do them. I understand that there is a line that is going around the entire right approved Donald Trump for the last few months weirdly again, every person in a position of power to actually do something did not go along with this. Donald Trump was never for one moment in serious possibility of remaining president on January 20th. Once the electoral college certified, and there was very little doubt the Electoral College was going to certify, given that states all over the country, Republican and Democrat with State officials, who Republican under pressure from from directly ignored him and did their constitutional duty. I have zero faith that that constitutional duty will be done by a bunch of people who inherently believe the Constitution is itself an obstacle to utopia and it's evil. Who believe that their institutions should be militarized against people on the right. You wonder why people in the right field is deep and abiding threat. It's because every institution of our society is now being militarized on behalf of a philosophy of left wing authoritarianism. Nearly everyone. Hollywood purchase Hollywood bands. Your corporation will fire you if you don't post the proper Square during black lives matter. The government will force your Children to learn things. They ought not learn or threatened to defund your church and get rid of its tax exempt status. If if you refuse to do what the left wing wants you to do. When it comes to everyday life. It is a softer form. It is a nicer form. It comes with smile. It doesn't come with a bunch of people dressed in in Buffalo horns invading the Capitol building..

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Senate Judiciary Committee to Vote to Subpoena Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey

Mike Gallagher

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Senate Judiciary Committee to Vote to Subpoena Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey

"Now on the Mike Gallagher show Moments ago, the Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Lindsey Graham, announced that they will vote to subpoena Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. After the social media giant blocked a story about allegations of corruption surrounding Joe Biden. Lindsey Graham told reporters moments ago we're going to proceed Tuesday. Now, a little history here. So you're aware of what's at stake and what's happening. Twitter blocked a New York Post story about emails that were allegedly discovered on a laptop that belonged to Joe Biden, son Hunter. Among other things. The report alleges that he shut up a meeting between Joe Biden and a senior official from the Ukrainian energy firm Barysheva after the story began circulating across social media, according to the Washington Examiner, Twitter and Facebook blocked others from posting the story. Twitter block posts that link to the story and then even locked The New York Post out of its own account. Facebook reduced the distribution of the story and said that the story would be fact checked by a third party. Twitter also suspended Trump's campaign Twitter feed. After it posted a video calling Joe Biden a liar who has been ripping off the country for years as it relates to the New York Post article. Twitter also blocked Judiciary Committee member Senator Ted Cruz from circulating The New York Post story. That's a bad move Twitter. Because Senator Cruz, a powerful Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee. Senator Cruz said. This is election interference and were 19 days out from an election. It has no precedent in the history of democracy, he said. The Senate Judiciary Committee wants to know what the hell is going on. Official statement from Senator Ted Cruz. And of

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Less than half of US public believes the election results will be accurate

KFBK Weekend Live With Sam Shane

04:20 min | 4 months ago

Less than half of US public believes the election results will be accurate

"That less than half Of the public believes the election tally will be accurate. Less than half So that I'm going to do. The reciprocal is here. Well, then, that must mean a majority things. It won't be. And if that's the case, no matter who wins. If we don't if we do not believe it. Then what happens to our republic? You have tohave. Trust in the fact that the process the system works. So With all of that, and by the way, I've been flipping around on all the various networks today. And The left is apoplectic. They are absolutely come at every topic of every show so far today. About the fact that Donald Trump's not gonna step aside. He's talking to the military about having the military come in. And keep him keep the opposition away and keep him there and and that they're going to make sure that this goes, you know, they're not going to count the balance. There is going to declare that he's the winner and then the Supreme Court will now be in the hands of conservatives, and then they're going to rule in favor of him. But I made her go nuts. Then I looked at the Washington Examiner there right there, Right in the same story in the front of Drudge is writing the same story. So this isn't like some of this is like the elephant in the room that people are afraid to talk about. I really wanna have a conversation with you about this. I don't want people that are just angry. What are you doing, Tom? Why? Why are you talking about President Trump the greatest guy in the whole wide world. I'm not. I'm not talking about who's gonna win or he's gonna lose. I'm talking about the fact that both parties are spending a lot of time undermining the accuracy of the election. Down. Has any election ever been precisely, exactly. 1000% accurate. I doubt it. seen in my lifetime was 2000, Florida. Or I believe it was 508 votes. In favor of George W. Bush. But before this was they went through and recounted and re counted and recounted, And then it went to the courts and the courts ruled about you can't recount Yes, you can recount Okay, Broward, you could recount but Then I went to the Supreme Court. And they finally put a stop to all the recount recount recount. But that did not mean that the New York Times and CBS News We're not still there. Digging with their lawyers. Doing everything they could to figure out what the true account wasn't after. It was a good year, when finally all of the media investigations. Finally came to the conclusion that George W. Bush won by 508 votes. But what's that did was it for the first couple of years of the Bush administration even after 9 11? There was a period where we were all united after 9 11, but but otherwise. It was. He's not a legitimate president. Now that was going all during his first term, And then when he was re elected in 2004 at pretty much, they still did not like him, but they stopped the fact that he wasn't a legitimate president. And so if Donald Trump wins you want this country No matter how much you like him or don't like him, you want the country to know that he is the legitimate president if Joe Biden wins You want to know that as well.

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"washington examiner" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:39 min | 4 months ago

"washington examiner" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Some breaking news. Lamentably Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has passed away at the age of 87 years old. And I want to just ask everybody who's calling and I don't want to take calls on her passing. I don't want to get political about this. This will obviously become Not her passing. But the vacancy on the court will become part of the political fodder as we move forward, and I know that it's going to become part of the campaign. Lamentably people are going to frame this and say Biden has to win because now Trump has an open seat. And they're going to politicize that. And that is the nature of politics. But today we will have respect for her family, and we're going to refrain from any calls like that. So I thank you for that, but we still have all of the stuff on the table again. That number is 8773813811, but I want to put a pin. In this topic of Puerto Rico, but from the other side with respect to statehood, and I'm just going to read an op ed that I read and I was really taken by because I thought somebody inside the Beltway but actually sees things like the rest of the people that are outside the And headline Washington Examiner. Republicans are getting it wrong on Puerto Rico again. With respect to statehood. There's a growing refrain among Republicans warning against statehood for Puerto Rico and for Washington, DC admission into the union. Guarantees more Democrats in Congress. That's the argument. Statehood for Puerto Rico, however, does not have nearly the same partisan prospects. A statehood for Washington. Conflation of the two is a political miscalculation. It's true. But if the capital ever became a state Unlikely in the near term as it would require a constitutional amendment. It would result in the election of two new Democratic senators. And a corresponding number of Liberal House members of Congress. However, despite the assumption of many Republicans, this would not be true for Puerto Rico. A brief study of the history of the territory reveals its makeup to be far more purple than blue. This misconception is common among some Republicans. Any sites, a couple of Republicans That recently lumped Washington, D C and Puerto Rico together, saying that if both are granted statehood Republicans will never be in the majority. This is a senator Jim Risch. Biden and the Democrats. Would be opening the door for statehood. Leading to new members of Congress that would vote with the Democrats. And that's the argument that we continue to hear. Now the article goes on. I'm just going to skip around a little bit because it's just a lot, but it's important and it's a good point. Polling and the party affiliation of elected officials in Puerto Rico contradict this misconception. And instead show evidence of Republican popularity. In 2016, while only 4.1% of Washington, D C voters went for President Trump. Republican Jennifer Gonzalez was She won election as Puerto Rico's resident commissioner, the non voting House member And further polling indicates that Puerto Rican voters tend to lean more conservative on social and economic issues. I'm living proof of that. I'm not one of these guys that was a Democrat my whole life and walked away and did something different and exit at the party, which is nothing wrong with it. I'm just saying, I've always been so conservative that just happened always naturally gravitated. For me. It made sense. Trump can upend the status quo by recognizing Taiwan and current international organizations to skip over that part, the point that he's making here Is to me the linchpin here. A survey of Puerto Ricans residing in Florida found that although most of the residents We're registered as Democrats they overwhelmingly identified as conservative rather than liberal, 48 to 17%. These voters strongly supports statehood. And would report reward Republican politicians who backed that effort. The study also found 77% of them would support statehood. If Congress offered. There was additional surveys in 2019 and 2017. That is a lot of support for this as well. And there's also a Gallup poll. That indicates again the same. Plus there's a couple of referendums, so the final paragraphs really wanted to give you. The Republican Party has made the mistake of discussing statehood for Washington, D C and Puerto Rico in the same breath totally agree because One of them is in the Constitution and the other one isn't One was designed to always be a territory. It's literally apples and oranges. But the history The demographics. The polling data demonstrate that Puerto Rico's ideological and electoral future will be far different from that of the nation's capital. I couldn't agree more If admitted there's a good chance that Puerto Rico And the resident commission in the Senate majority leader and the speaker would all be leading candidates and about the Senate majority leader and speaker of the House in Puerto Rico being leading candidates to represent the state of Puerto Rico in the U. S. Senate. As Republicans. The party that champion statehood for this territory will be rewarded at the ballot box. That bribe is an accurate one. But I don't think that's the reason to do it. I think this is one of those situations where we look at right being right. For the sake of being right? Not right being right because It would be wrong to do it the other way. Meaning we don't do things for political expediency. Sometimes you have to do what's right even if it goes against you winning politically because it's right, and that's just what I wanted to put out there. I strongly believe That The right direction for Puerto Rico is statehood. It would help Puerto Rico. It would help The whole United States because tohave Puerto Rico is an outlier. As close as they are. Is a problem on many fronts, and with the investment that's going on in the amount of infrastructure spending this happening, we wanna have a more formal relationship, not a less formal relationship. That being said..

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Trump calls for drug tests before Biden debate

Ace and TJ

04:34 min | 5 months ago

Trump calls for drug tests before Biden debate

"The president trump has spoken to the Washington Examiner yesterday in the Oval Office and he saying that he would like Joe Biden and himself to take drug tests before the debates begin next month. And they asked him why do you think that Joe Biden might be on drugs INCAS, listen I I'm pretty good at this stuff. He says that Joe Biden performed very well during the debate against Bernie Sanders and he said there's just no way. He can pull it together that quickly let's bless you. Nice little sticky. Your. Trump says he takes one aspirin a day, but he would like drug tests. The V. Before the debate start I think it's at the end of next month and to September Well, you know what he's doing, right? No he saying Yawkey accused me of so much stuff out of nowhere. This. Just so ridiculous even even trying to get me out of office with impeachment and all these things that were made up none of it ever. True. I'm. GonNa Start Making up some stuff on you I'm just going to start coming up with things out of the blue. To throw a show, see what it's like. He did have an interesting about the debate. He said, well, it's a prize fight. It's no different from gladiators except we have to use our brain and our mouth and our body to stand I want all standing. They want to sit down which I thought was an interesting thing. I WANNA be standing during the debate. They won't have chairs so I duNNo. A lot of posturing at this but the part of that is strength. Of, strength. vice. President Cheney has major major heart problems. So when he was in the vice presidential debates when it was he and Bush were the the team. He had to sit down for his because of his heart condition and that was part of the agreement with that. But if you're not, if you're not having, you know if you don't have any kind of health condition that would prevent you from stain I thought they would do. You remember or not but. I thought they would do several debates in several different ways like one would be standing. One would be sitting would be a town hall kind of setting the way I, remember there there are stools and when it was your turn to speak, you would stand and or and so that with the other person was speaking, you'd go back and sit on your stool. Then when it was your time, you would stand and. Come forward to speak to the people in the room that was one of Hillary Clinton's big complaints about one of those debates where they had the stools in a town hall setting and instead of when he was done, he wouldn't go sit back in his chair he kinda stand eight feet or so behind her and just kind of pace back and forth and she said she felt at ver as like it was. What do you call that? He was talking her coming like he was stalking her and trying to be you know what that's called that's called Gamesmanship. What people do he figured out? I'm not going I'm going to change this up. I'm GONNA throw her off her game by I'm not GONNA, sit? I'm going to stand. It's it's it's strategy. Yeah I. Remember when I remember this because I'm ninety one years old. But during the Bush Al Gore debate when they were doing the townhall went on the stools and Bush, was answering a question that was asked to him and Al Gore. Walk Right and got in his face. And he stopped and looked at him like Hey. Buddy. And then just went on with the stuff was a great. You know you've got a good laugh out of it. I mean he taxes he's privacy going. Hey if you get on my space yeah, I, remember that because it was a big deal that. Gore tried to intimidate him in Bush just kind of made everybody laughed in Gore had to step back and then it. A mistake that Al Gore may again, they do all kinds of that little strategy game what they say when they shake hands, what do they say because a lot of times people will say something to kind of make you reek wha, what did that mean rise to make you think before you start but in the the the Romney Campaign Against Obama that vice presidential debate biden wipe the floor. With the what's his name? The Republican? He was the speaker of the House and he he's a Paul Ryan. All Ryan. Yeah he's a he's a fake. Yeah. Fake conservative. And Yeah Biden. whipped him in the debate. Yes. So he's he's not a bad debater if he's if he's Going on his own. So the strategy begins now I guess, of course,

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Official says Falwell leaving Liberty; Falwell says he's not

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

Official says Falwell leaving Liberty; Falwell says he's not

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Jerry Falwell is disputing accounts that he has resigned from his leadership post at liberty university Virginia business reports Jerry Falwell junior says he has not agreed to permanently leave his leadership post at liberty university and he doesn't plan to the fall well statement came after a school official told the Associated Press Falwell had resigned at a formal announcement was expected Monday night the official spoke on condition of anonymity on Sunday fall well issued a statement to the Washington examiner disclosing that his wife had an extramarital affair and the man involved was threatening to expose it unless he was paid Falwell began a leave of absence from liberty on August seventh amid criticism over a photo he posted on social media showing him with his pants unzipped stomach exposed and an arm around the waist of his wife's pregnant assistant hi Mike Ross yet

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Jerry Falwell Jr. agrees to resign from Liberty University, official says

Lance McAlister

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Jerry Falwell Jr. agrees to resign from Liberty University, official says

"Jerry Falwell Jr is resigning this president of Liberty University following reports he and his wife had a sexual relationship with a business partner. Falwell initially denied the story but told the Washington Examiner his wife, Had an affair and he was being extorted. He had previously taken and a definite leave of absence after posting a picture of himself wearing partially unzipped pants and his arm around a woman. Photo was quickly taken down, but not before it was captured by screen shots and circulated Liberty University was founded by Falwell's father back in

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Jerry Falwell Jr. resigns as head of Liberty University

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

Jerry Falwell Jr. resigns as head of Liberty University

"Hi Mike Rossier reporting Jerry Falwell junior resigns as head of liberty university Jerry Falwell junior has resigned from his leadership post at liberty university which was founded by his late father the Reverend Jerry Falwell senior according to a school official the resignation came a day after Falwell issued a statement to the Washington examiner saying his wife had an affair and the man involved had been threatening to go public unless he was paid in Falwell's words substantial monies Falwell added he was seeking mental health counseling Falwell took leave from liberty in early August after an uproar over a photo he posted on social media showing him with his pants unzipped stomach exposed and an arm around the waist of his wife's pregnant assistant he said the photo was taken at a costume party during a family vacation hi Mike Rossio

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"washington examiner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:31 min | 6 months ago

"washington examiner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Washington Examiner, is salina zito dot com to reach Selina's columns altogether. And other column she writes from New York Post and CNN. We are now in coal country. This is Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio into Kentucky. Cole has lost its attractiveness to the smart set in Washington and across the world. Cole is no longer desirable. It doesn't represent the future. It's not green. Well, Selina's spent time with the Department of Energy secretary, A man by the name roulette, Dan Roulette. He's from Louisiana Cajun country. With a wonderful French name probably derives his forefathers from the evacuation of Canada back in the French and Indian wars. I'm guessing in any event, but he's now in charge of all energy as the Trump administration is I was especially smiling. When I read about how the energy secretary came from launching the Lordstown, Ohio plant. We talked about it most recently that's to produce electric vehicles. To coal country to talk about the many possibilities of coal into the future. What I take from your excellent interview, Selina is that Denver? Let does not think Cole's going away going away, he thinks is going to adapt. How so? What did you learn from him? It was a really fascinating first of all this coal mine is the largest In the country. It's massive, and it's astounding the efficiency that it run run that runs along with it. This is West West Finley, Pennsylvania. The cold? Yes. Yes. And what was equally fascinating is they've been working with this high tech company and the scientist, um, to develop cold, not burn. But to be used as a zoo building material. Um ah, because it's a mineral and they showed us jacking and structures to build to build homes for foundations for home building. And there's no burning of the coal and all the cold minded used Teo to build these homes and the Jackson grows. And it was a fascinating really interesting. Um Ah, demonstration, and it's just on the very beginning of of being developed. So you know, Cole looks to have a second life and what that screen The coal mine, the largest called what it's the largest six. It's a huge plant, right? We're talking about my enormous right and it's entirely mechanized. As far as I can tell robots dual, almost all the work except for their work crews to direct the robots. I'm fascinated the fact that it's still developing a technology because to read the headlines in Washington, the last coal mine has been Has been nailed shut closed. 400 men and women that work in the coal mine that day when we were there presses operation and, uh and what they're developing for the future is, I think incredibly intriguing, right? I will no longer assume that Cole has gone away. I will say that it's adapting a cz. We all must in the time of climate change now. General. It is also the energy secretary for all the energy that would be western Pennsylvania, right? She's sort of the Prince of Western Pennsylvania. He's in charge of everything you have fracking. You have oil you have coal. You're very rich. Clear. Yes. You have nuclear a very rich And does he observe dizzy observed the prosperity of western Pennsylvania. Does he talk about it? Yes, Absolutely. He talks about how it has changed. Not just, um um, is bringing back and then factory jobs, but this is also brought high tech jobs. Geologists and chemist and and computer scientists. But it's also you know, increase jobs with Um, and it counts around there. The barber shops, supermarkets, hotels of the schools. It's increased the tax base decrease the cost of a home and that makes AH community more prosperous. The nuclear energy doesn't get much attention in the national scheme. As I understand it, it's not considered green. But then again, it's not a fossil fuel. What's his secretary brah let make of its present and future. Well, he sees nuclear energy and nuclear power plants as being almost these miniature one, as opposed to these big, massive one. Three mile island status. Lee Ah ah, located in Pennsylvania, and so you could conjure up that image, but he's he imagines nuclear the much more scaled down but still completely operational. Um, news to support our grid in our infrastructure and renewables of famously solar and wind. What did you make of those prospects on and their immediate future Because there's all this Big talk about how it can replace fossil fuel. It can never replace fossil field, but he that the president says all the above and what the president says all the above and that's what we do. And and so, um, you know, Thea ministrations is fully supportive of all of energy. It strikes me is deeply ironic that he went from Lordstown to West Finley. Well, it went from the future of vehicles that can produce magic, really, with what was 600 horsepower per wheel and back to a cold mind that represents a Pennsylvania's passed he and and one How far is that from Lordstown? Western Ley? Is that a couple hours drive or less than that? It's like 60 to 70 miles. It's really not that far. What all it's a time machine. Now it's a it's a time machine. It's what it is. It's the coal mine to the electric vehicle in Lordstown, Ohio, Selena Zito She travels the middle of somewhere from prosperity to Carlisle to West Finley. She writes that the Washington Examiner, it's Selena Zito dot com to reader columns, especially of the wonderful town of prosperity. I'm John Bachelor. This is the John Baxter Show. It's a it's a time machine. Get some news. Try Dynamite Burger at Roy Rogers restaurants. It's a juicy burger with jalapeno bumpers, Bully ranch paper, Jake cheese and bacon. So come.

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Milley Says He Was Wrong to Accompany Trump on Church Walk in Washington, D.C.

Phil Valentine

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

Milley Says He Was Wrong to Accompany Trump on Church Walk in Washington, D.C.

"This is interesting because I'm looking at an op ed from Tom Rogan the Washington examiner and he's talking about the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general mark Milley says he made the right decision on Thursday by apologizing for his attendance of president trump's walk from the White House the Saint John's church that walk which required the dispersing of an otherwise peaceful crowd of protesters I don't think that was the case but involved a trump posing with the Bible for photographs whether not trump's actions were justified I believe trump should have walked to the church early in the morning of the next morning after protesters departed he says it was overtly political in design in effect for that reason Millie should not have been involved

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Obama's Trump attacks electrify Democrats, anger GOP

This Morning with Gordon Deal

04:38 min | 8 months ago

Obama's Trump attacks electrify Democrats, anger GOP

"It Barbara Bahman has spent a lot of time on the sidelines because he didn't want to take an active role in the democratic primary but since Joe Biden clinched the nomination Obama's back Obama's going to take an active role in the campaign and he clearly has a pretty big interest in seeing Donald Trump defeated president trump has been a big critic of Obama trump pushed the birther conspiracy theory as president trump has tried to roll back a lot of Obama's initiatives and I think it is beautiful sort of failing Obama that he was replaced by trump the trump is the successor so Obama has really deviated from the sort of normal post presidency being quiet about your successor practice and that's really going to be enhanced as Obama tries to get his former vice president elected to the White House that trump has not exactly been a shrinking violet in terms of how he's dealt with Obama either he blamed Obama for a lot of the problems with the stockpiles that would need to deal with the corona virus he's he's saying that Apollo sensually spied on his twenty sixteen campaign and he's called him grossly incompetent so we've seen a sort of trump Obama proxy war happening in this twenty twenty campaign even though Obama's not gonna be on the ballot himself from a strategy standpoint Barack Obama didn't get Hillary Clinton to the winner's circle four years ago what I guess what makes this time different yeah that's that definitely how a lot of Republicans feel about it but it isn't that big of a deal Obama gets out there that it probably if anything kill over shadowed by mail point out that Biden is most hello to the speaker is much older yes Sir Obama couldn't drag Hillary Clinton across the finish line in twenty sixteen and he wasn't very good in getting down ballot Democrats selected even while he was president I mean the mid term elections both of them while he was in office for disasters for Democrats Democrats what's the tone of state legislative seats closer thousand while he was president and so there is a case to be made that discovered matter very much now Democrats are hoping that it draws a contrast with trump in which trump looks like this raging sort of maniac compared to No drama Obama and Obama was able to win in two thousand eight twenty twelve because he put together a coalition that included much higher turnout among minority and millennial voters and we've typically seen and that was how he not only wanted two thousand eight but about a much more competitive race against Mitt Romney in twenty twelve and and Joe Biden need help turning out those voters and they're hoping Obama can do it at that but that is the key Obama's appeal in the past not seen that transferable to other Democrat we speak with Jim Antle politics editor at the Washington examiner his piece called Democrats think Obama helps Biden draw a contrast with combative trump the C. reference that that divide with regards to the ages of voters last time around what about the rust belt voters who switched as you point out from Obama to trump four years ago but certainly another thing that Democrats are looking at because you know trump won in large part because he was able to turn rust belt states that have been blue since the eighties read again and there were a number of voters in the state we backed Obama in two thousand eight twenty twelve who voted for Donald Trump in twenty sixteen and because those are voters that Democrats are really targeting this time as they try to turn the Michigan Pennsylvania Wisconsin try to turn them blue again they want Obama to see if he can win back some of those voters for Joe but now some of these are white working class voters who are turned off by possibly even though they did vote for him in his collections and so there is a limit to what you'll be able to do but to take them away from trump and when the back to but but some of these people do have a history of voting for Obama and therefore Democrats hope that if he's out there campaigning for button even if it's only partially because of the pandemic that that's

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Changing U.S. Political Landscape

People of the Pod

05:41 min | 8 months ago

Changing U.S. Political Landscape

"I moderate conversation between Bhatia under Sargon the opinion editor of the forward. And Seth Mandell the executive editor of The Washington Examiner magazine. The program was called the changing. Us political landscape. And what's at stake for American Jews? We are pleased to bring you some of that program now yesterday. Ajc's National Leadership Council received an exclusive briefing from Dr Land Schlieffer the CEO Regeneration Pharmaceuticals and toward the end of the call. He made the points. I hope I'm not misrepresenting. You Hear Lynn. He made the point. That PART OF WHY? America hasn't been a world leader in responding to the corona virus crisis. Far From It is because our political polarization has had almost a paralysing effect on the ability of government to address the primary and secondary issues coming from the pandemic put differently in a certain sense. Our political divide is literally making us so just to lay some groundwork I want to start by asking each of you. How did we get here? How is it that the country that dominated the last century now seems at times like it could tear itself apart by? Let's begin with you. I have a bit of a polarization. Scott's back Anna now what I mean by that is I think that when you look around at our nation more generally this polarization in fact that is so clear to us on. Twitter is so clear in Congress and in the Senate and so clear in the media actually really evaporates as soon as you get out of these sort of centers of chattering class. Political classes is just to say that the tragedy of the polarization in our nation's elites is so much greater because it truly is leaving you know our nation behind it does. We are actually much less polarized. As a nation we have ever been in our history. Polling shows that as a nation we have never been more united than we are over. The major issues at this nation was founded on and so it's deeply tragic to see them at in the media and in political classes. We are others throats really failing to represent the people that we are supposed to be representing set to you kind of agree with that formulation you WanNa take a stab at the original question or you also disagree with my premise here. I think that body is basically right. I think the problem is that there's a perception of partisanship but that perception of partisanship actually has a real effect on what's happening in what goes on and and the formation of policy and things like that you have leaders in alternative media in. Party affiliated party associated media that make a lot of noise that noise that gets picked up by the rest of us in the mainstream media and we sort of broadcast it out and it makes it look and sound like there's a real divide here but in reality on the important thing which is compliance. That divide wasn't really there. It was just an argument. We were having in public. But that's what a democracy is. We were having the argument in public. And the lockdown side. The restrictions were winning the argument and both sides more or less complied with the ramifications of that. So in some ways I do really think it's healthier than it looks but I worry that if we're formulating policy and we're having these national conversations based on the perception of division than the reality matters less than it should so we need to somehow find a way to have the leaders in Congress in media those who set the national debate reflect the same level of division or lack thereof as the general public. Were talking about the vanishing center whether it's actually vanishing kind of out in the districts or it's only vanishing maybe in the halls of Congress to set last point right that might matter more or still matter even if the back home kind of get along but if we're talking about the vanishing center the Center makes me think of consensus issues Fighting Antisemitism and supporting Israel both used to be consensus issues and I think that in some ways they're both disappearing maybe the consensus support for Israel is disappearing a little more obviously than the consensus support for fighting antisemitism. But I think you'd both agree that people are trying to instrumentalise the fight against anti-semitism in a way. That's that's really unhelpful. So Seth we'll start with you. Why are consensus issues like this disappearing the issue that I always return to as something that looks better than the American Jewish Committee is response by? Comparison is what happened with Jeremy Corbyn in the UK and on the eve of the election there was a poll that eighty seven percent of British. Jews considered him antisemitic. And I just remember thinking that that's close as a consensus as I can ever remember. I mean I think the reverse was when maybe eight Ludo mayor it had like a five percent approval rating or something. You had ninety. Five percent of Israelis agreeing wasn't a very happy moment at any time you have countries Jews almost ninety percent agreeing on something that's Unity. That's a form of office and it also means that the political ramifications were not what was important. I had people telling me. Hey look. I'm a lifelong Labour member. I'm not leaving the party but I. I am canvassing for bars.

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Did Covid-19 Coronavirus Escape From A Lab In Wuhan?

Mark Reardon

05:55 min | 9 months ago

Did Covid-19 Coronavirus Escape From A Lab In Wuhan?

"The house will vote today on another coronavirus relief bill right now because I I do hear from folks pretty constantly about the we have lab and investigating we have left to party right about this in the Washington examiner he's a resident fellow at the American enterprise institute the author of a book called alienated America Tim Carty welcome to candle wax our you doing well how are you doing I'm good I I approach the you know the information about the lab with caution but as you point out in the piece it would maybe be irresponsible to at least not look at this and what happened in this lab considering via the fallout globally right now so what what do we know about what happened in that lab well we know that it was a lab that investigated among other things corona viruses now did I mean that corona virus we never use the word before the spring obviously but scientists Dr is that the words for all a whole family of viruses that include the common cold and they are so this was a lab that investigated those investigated those that originated in the back as well and most scientists actually agree that the the corona virus sweeping the world right now the pandemic is one that probably originated in a bat the other thing we know about this lab is that when C. U. S. state department officials visited there because they said that the security the safety the cleanliness all of that was not what you would want from people who are handling a very contagious virus and very contagious diseases and so all of that adds up to sanction I wonder if some of the work the scientists were doing there is still some sloppy action the virus came out of that laboratory and ended up infecting somebody in will on now it in again you point out here you're not saying that it was made in this land right back right now that's that's your thing that's an easy confusion to make if you say that seem out of the lab that can sound like it was made in the lab and in our editorial when we say investigate the lab what we're suggesting is that it rather than some guy who bought a pangolin that had been cooked on buy it back that might have been how it happened but it also might have been that is the is research facility which again was noted to have so the poor safety techniques and methods that this research facility allowed it to escape why is that important because China's government has steadfastly denied it and if this is a government lab if China's government through its own sloppiness let this out and then lied to the world about it well that would tell us a whole lot more about well about a Chinese state but it might also be able to tell us something about the nature of the virus we're conducting experiments on it they might know more about it will be out to if Saddam assigned to share might be able to know more about it than we do now when you say pangolin that's the that's sort of the anti that's that's like an ant eater right that's the connection to the back that's that's that's gets worked with scientists basically say you know I think the the sort of the gas of the sort of natural way but the virus enters the human population with somebody bought either eight or touched a pangolin which is a scaly little it looks like it's an acorn and an anteater had a baby what it does here it's very prehistoric looking bizarre now it it does seem like you want to time that somebody bought something like that which is a very rare animals sold in some of these markets and in China and that bad bad bad bad tangling have probably been infected by it that that's the best gas that scientists looking at the DNA X. cetera are are making right now and this is all going to be guess work because this is our first time encountering but again there's a possibility that if that if there were experiments done on this particular strain of coronavirus if that were shared with more of the world then we would be able to better fight than we are now all right so let's let's kind of stipulate that were operating from that perspective and say yeah this is certainly worthy of an investigation but how with the Chinese in particular we move forward and get real answers that you can trust well that's that's a very good point because this is every game that is famous for covering up and so we certainly don't believe that it would be as easy as the F. B. I. showing up in you know going through the at the cash register of the a mop around troops store or something like that their ability to cover up their ability to completely deny anybody from outside their government to inspect would be pretty strong but right now the simple demands that there be an investigation trying to pressure the W. H. O. to ask for an investigation using diplomatic pressure to press on investigation board at least reveal a little bit of where the Chinese government St Thomas and it's possible that we could do an investigation and just getting bad off the hook or maybe it was not even sloppiness but just the sheer bad luck accident that had to happen and it wouldn't even be China's fault but it still could tell us something about it or if we knew we came from a particular animal that could also tell us something the closer we get the more we get in Wuhan whether it be in the wet market or the lab the more we know about it is right I mean think about all the things that are mystery about this paper saying it cannot do as well in the hot weather maybe if they're different strains of it maybe yeah a lot of I think you're right types of people and so the more we know about it the better we can

Bill Clinton says Lewinsky affair helped "manage my anxieties"

Chris Plante

00:57 sec | 11 months ago

Bill Clinton says Lewinsky affair helped "manage my anxieties"

"Bill Clinton according to the Washington examiner says Monica Lewinsky affair helped quote manage my anxieties well sure I can I got a little anxiety send in and in turn what you're under present on stage got any twenty year old interns around here that I could Bill Clinton said his extramarital affair with Monica Lewinsky was a way for him to take his mind off of stress at work things I did to manage my exhaust here for years different totally different person that I was a lot of that stuff twenty years ago mall hole he can now you can do about do you have some of that stuff really where some of the Bill Clinton talking about he's still sounds like Bill Clinton Dunning it was bad but it wasn't like I thought let's see how can I think about the most stupid thing I could possibly do and

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Trump expanding base of black, Hispanic, suburban voters

Sean Hannity

01:14 min | 1 year ago

Trump expanding base of black, Hispanic, suburban voters

"Hour I mean this is just a just you can't even write a story about what an unmitigated disaster the Iowa caucus of turned into with the Democrats not for Donald Trump by the way new I mentioned earlier in the program is approval rating we gallop now the highest ever beating Obama's approval rating at the same time and it's the best since George W. bush and his approval ratings in the first few months after September the eleventh pretty amazing and then we have John Zogby Washington examiner reporting the improving economy voter anger with the partisan impeachment process has now boosted the president's support among black Hispanics independent suburban women according to a new survey and trump has a fifty one percent approval rating and the Zogby analytics survey with the the same level as former president Obama George W. bush when they won re election with black voters overall African Americans twenty two percent support for Donald Trump he only had eight percent and twenty sixteen Hispanic voters now he's at thirty six percent up from twenty

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Lessons Learned From The Iowa Caucuses, And Danger Signs Ahead

Hugh Hewitt

08:28 min | 1 year ago

Lessons Learned From The Iowa Caucuses, And Danger Signs Ahead

"I'm encouraging everyone to get out and give a separate the clapper Joe Biden I don't know the results and I with the I know we got rolled over last night he lost the lot he lost third fourth or fifth place we'll figure it out in the course of the day I'm joined by Byron York of the Washington examiner to talk about three things is state of the union tonight the impeachment acquittal tomorrow and the Iowa fiasco last like good morning Byron good morning June which order and were you up all night no I wasn't actually I actually I will I will tell you on our caucus story which is as you know there are a few journalists here in the morning and and all all of them were covering the democratic caucuses so I thought to myself I get here on Thursday in time to go to the president's rally it was clear the president I had a pretty large operation in Iowa and it was not because he was terrified of Joe Walsh or bill weld it was because he was trying to win the general election to get it in the bag while Democrats were still struggling to find their candidate now we didn't know how much how struggling they work so what I did was I went to a Republican caucus last night in Ames Iowa but forty minutes north of the mind and if they did this radical they voted once they counted the votes and I reported the results all my gosh you're kidding me and so it what was interesting you know AT and another thing I did years I I also went to a campaign event from Joe walls the former Republican congressman who is challenging the president does want to see how how this worked out and I don't know if you've seen the results but statewide from one ninety seven point one nine percent of the vote and walls one one point zero eight percent and bill weld on last year's governor one one point two seven percent so so Joe bill Burr Joe beat Bill Joe Walsh rebel our world no no no no bill weld bead Walsall world world up one point two seven percent to Walsh's one point zero eight percent that's got a first test for never come Republican challenges and it did not go well that's got a thing to lose to Bill well I'm sorry Joe Joe used to be on the Salem radio network and and it and so sorry Joe our condolences Byron let's talk a little bit about the hunter gatherer aspect of the trump campaign when it comes to data because I believe that's what the rallies are about I believe that with the caucuses were about the president's gathering that you attended on Tuesday night they are looking for the data they are and and they're also looking to make an impression the for people who might not remember in nineteen eighty four in February of nineteen eighty four Ronald Reagan as president he's headed to a huge reelection he certainly has no we nomination worries and he comes to the moment and that's the point in Waterloo used to rallies on caucus day when the Democrats are trying to choose their candidate and the Democrats are outraged the service is done it is not worthy of a president but Reagan did it and he really kind of took some of the oxygen out of the room for Democrats now Jeff Kaufmann who is the chairman of the Republican Party here and I was set back in June he told president trump about this and you know Mister president and Ronald Reagan did this in the end if growth Democrats not now I think other people probably recommend this as well but sure no problem was here and got in about seven to eight thousand people it great university and would that was far greater than any other Democrat in the event that any Democrat had plus trump brought a long list of circuits his his family cabinet members members of Congress Republican governors I was that the the caucus where Donald Trump junior spoke and they stepped up their social media and as you say they got all the information everybody came to the rally and then of course you have the information for value comes to the to the caucus and by the way they registered to vote a bunch of new people last night as well now they will move on I think yeah election effort but I think that circus will move on to New Hampshire even as the zombie campaign of Biden struggles forward the president tweeted thirty seven minutes ago by right New York the democratic caucus is an unmitigated disaster nothing works just like they ran the country remember the five billion dollars obamacare website that should have cost two percent of that the only person that can claim a very big victory in Iowa last night is quote trump close quote I don't think the president's going to allow this to pass I'm remarked upon all day long any may even bring up the state of the union Byron York I would think I would think and and by the way it it does appear that that vice president Biden did not do so well and I did go to his last event in here in deadline before the caucus and I will I will say though just a few things one the the questions about whether he has the vigor required for a long hard campaign those are really open questions that really he's not a high energy campaigner at this point he brought circuit like Chris Dodd and John Kerry which really gave the impression that he is a man of the past not really electrify anybody from the stage with use the most important thing was really interesting you spoke for more than twenty minutes and did not mention any of the Democrats most important issues no healthcare no climate change no gun violence no tops Isshin it was really extraordinary all he talked about without terrible crumple as any displayed no vision for the future beyond bringing things back to how they were when Joe Biden was in office so I you know I think a lot of Democrats look at that campaign is that this is just not working and when we do finally get results from last night we'll probably gonna see that the team by noon put out at five hours ago by bill Russo any campaign saying they wanted putting out in completing numbers is contributing to the chaos and misinformation they would like very much to move on before a fourth or fifth place finish is finalized I don't think they can escape that Byron but let's turn to impeachment I believe there will be an acquittal I don't know if it will be bipartisan do you have any reporting on that I don't I do not have any insight I I do know that efforts to try to censure the president I think you're completely doomed if you remember in nineteen ninety eight there were some Democrats in the Clinton impeachment nine nine or some Democrats who wanted to censure the president and not not impeach him but house Republicans went ahead and impeach the president of course they had a trial and a lot of Democrats who waited he's just been impeached and he had a trial that's a pretty big censure right there so I do not see any Republicans in the Republican supporting the center specially wanted strongly worded as Joe mentioned was circulating yesterday now I also want to make sure I get your reaction Byron I begin the program by saying lord bless and keep Rush Limbaugh I'm a prank I don't know if you are but he the ease the fellow who built the talk radio mall I just got a I'm a tenant like everyone else is I got Nordstrom in that

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Biden, Sanders running neck-and-neck in Iowa

Ben Shapiro

09:34 min | 1 year ago

Biden, Sanders running neck-and-neck in Iowa

"Of Iowa we are just days away from the Iowa caucuses I mean it's happening on Monday so we just have days to to find out what exactly is going on here does your mom the poll that shows Joe Biden up to there's a simultaneous Iowa state Paul this is Bernie Sanders up five so what the hell is going on in Iowa well the answer is that so much of this is dependent on sample size so a lot of the polls right now are taking into account this suppose it bumped that Bernie is going to have among young people are gonna shop on ask maybe that happened maybe it doesn't a lot of the Iowa models are using sort of old polling methodology they're looking at sort of typical turnout models and those are the ones that seem to have Biden ahead but we have in the last in the last week we have six different balls Sanders plus one standard plus seven Biden plastics Sanders plus nine standard plus part five Biden plus two is out who the hell knows the answer is nobody does at this point no all of this suggests chaos is in the making here the Sanders campaign for its part is predicting Iowa is going to be a big win for him according to the Washington examiner Joseph Simons and writing Bernie Sanders his campaign it's been telling staffers expects to win the Iowa caucuses setting expectations high in the final days leading up to the February third concerts no one thing is true if Bernie does not when I what he's basically done the brain doesn't win Iowa is expected to win New Hampshire but that doesn't help him very much so it's a must win for Bernie at the same time it's kind of turning into at least they must compete provide right he has to finish a very close second to Bernie because if he's not finish close second Bernie and it hasn't been again a close second Bernie New Hampshire then it looks like Bernie has all the momentum going forward into that where there's very little polling data at this point during a campaign organizer meeting for staff members and volunteers attended by the Washington examiner last Friday leadership expert leadership explain they no longer believe they need to reach undecided voters instead volunteers are expected to examine data collected by the campaign to target existing supporters ensure they shot the day of the caucus Sanders is I will co chair Stacey walkers and I get in trouble and I say this I'm confident in win here in Iowa meanwhile vice president Joe Biden trying to expand his base of support they recognize that have a bad turnout operation the judge has a strong turnout operation of war has a strong turnout operation that is that is not great news frankly for Joe Biden at this point Xander's what when I want that definitely makes things very very complicated now does it mean that after I want him to know who the nominee is Charlie cook who runs the cook political report has a piece about this over at cook political that come today is gazing into a crystal ball for clues into the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination contest would likely reveal an exceedingly murky picture to begin with it's difficult to predict what will happen in the February third Iowa caucus in the February eleventh New Hampshire primary we know that every contested convention since nineteen seventy two has gone to a candidate the finish first second or third in Iowa and then either first or second in New Hampshire we also know that the last four democratic nominations have gone to the winner of the Iowa caucus theoretically at least that means in the next three weeks the rate should be down to two viable candidates but considering that for Democrats have claimed first place and I will pull in the last four weeks and the same poll the same four have been in first place in New Hampshire over the last four months maybe it's time to throw out this traditional yardsticks using the RealClearPolitics poll average of reason I will polling the gap between Joe Biden's first place on the twenty one percent and judges fourth place tally of sixteen point three percent it's just four point seven percentage points version seventeen point three percent Elizabeth warning sixteen point seven percent in between using the gold standard joint register CNN poll Sanders actually in first and there's a five point spread between the top four in New Hampshire the real clear politics spread between Sanders is twenty one point six and warrants at fourteen percent is seven point six percent would bite in second seventeen point six and judging third with fourteen point eight there's no gold standard in the granite state but Jenner's has outpaced the field and three of the five polls conducted this year Biden included judge each coming out on top in another compounding that uncertainties as Charlie cook is that with the state's using proportional representation on the democratic side we may see very little difference in the delegate hall now here's to intangibles pulling very clearly shows electability is a major factor for democratic voters trying to figure out who should run against president trump for now Biden is a clear beneficiary of that electability argument by now also hasn't been fundraising so here is my char a here's what Charlie cook says to conclude he says we're going to see two three or four candidates emerge from the first four states none was a meaningful delegate lead or momentum heading into super Tuesday more importantly none of the contenders save perhaps enters we'll have much money at all as this column has suggested before my gut tells me to watch Michael Bloomberg okay and this is one of the worries for the Democrats there were about bluebird rising right now there's a new poll in Florida it shows the Bloomberg is running second to Joe Biden in Florida right now in fact if you look at some of the later primary states Bloomberg is starting to chart by Bloomberg in fact is third in the betting odds he is now surpassing Elizabeth Warren and people to judge and that is because his drop something like two hundred million dollars in advertising to this point just pretty astonishing minute those are big big numbers and if Biden starts to fade that support is gonna go directly over to Bloomberg who by the way like if you're talking about who the most likely be trump Bloomberg's actually fairly high on the list considering that he is not anti capitalism he's not a wild eyed isolationist pro communist on foreign policy I he he's the one who makes the best case moderates Bernie obviously does not make that case is his campaign strategy would basically be turn out the base at the highest possible right but Republicans to say when yeah Bernie Sanders I think so Republicans keep saying yeah well this Bernie than trumps totally a walk over it right Kirsten sold Sanderson she's analyzing this interest as well they might want to wait on that according to Christian soldiers Henderson she says electability is a strange factor that requires voters to play the part of pundit giving out which candidate they believe can went on like a voters views on a candidate's personality a platform voters assessments of electability can be based on polling or what they heard some pundit or commentator say in their favorite magazine electability is hard to assess outside of well he's doing better in the polls there's quite a bit of evidence in favor of the idea that Sanders may not be electable even against an incumbent president with unusually high unfavorable and low job approval despite a roaring economy this evidence it says Kristen so the Sanderson nicely summarized by Jonathan J. eight points to the unpopularity of the label socialist and the fact that Jenner's well the number of policy positions that are themselves quite unpopular in change view Sanders presents a great deal of downside risk which is why choosing Sanders to be insanity but as Christians all to Sanderson I think there's some compelling evidence on the other side it was possible to bite would have a Clinton campaign two point oh coalition is working to assemble Sanders change the games or scheduling by pressing on some populous knows that could woo work it could will back working class voters might not be feeling the full benefits of the economic boom because most of the democratic field has embraced a major expansion of government into areas such as healthcare Republicans are likely to play worries about socialism in this election regardless of who the Democrats nominate and the polling that is being done basically asks the same group of voters whether they would like Sanders or trump or biting or from and that's not right just Kristin soul to Sanderson because if the electric for Sanders and providing is completely different she says I can consistently runs two points better than Sanders in hypothetical matchup in the latest from the ABC Washington post Washington post poll rather biting bats from by four Sanders it does so only by two fox news has Sanders running ahead of trump with forty eight percent of vote as by means of fifty these two point gaps are minimal or huge depends on how sick you think these numbers are and how tight you think electoral ultimately wind up being Sanders maybe a risky back but get it it's just too early to say meanwhile some bad news for Republicans apparently the Democrats are raising money and extraordinary rates house minority leader Kevin McCarthy in a closed door meeting of this conference on Tuesday according to the health and managing Republicans for insufficient fundraising telling the members what we're getting our **** kicked the stark message comes amid rising concerns that the Democratic Party committees and candidates are building a massive financial advantage seriously compromising the GOP's chances of reclaiming the house elections in November which of course is scary scary stuff is why the the Republican Senate races are going to matter an awful lot to know one thing that the impeachment hearings have done is they've actually taken Sanders off the campaign trail which in some ways is quite bad for Sanders another was quite good because Jenner's kind of sitting on a lead in the momentum right now meanwhile Joe Biden's other stumbling and bumbling around your mind actually came out in the last twenty four hours and that he needs a strong vice president because he's too old which I held a picture make when one of the chief critics of you is that you are bumbling and stumbling and senile one released for five people color we call on that is right in there right right one is the rest because only everyone shame on Williams yeah again this is not a strong pitch from Joe Biden and if you look at that crowd it's a bunch of oldies a little calling right now there's a vast gap between the older voters who show up not for **** is but for everything else and younger voters who may suffer Cox's but probably some for nothing else so really Bernie is betting that a bunch of young voters are gonna show up for him in ways they have not before it's a bad we're not

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Dana Loesch

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Elementary school kids doused as jet dumps fuel before emergency landing

"Pushed this is an insane story several children were injured according to the Washington examiner more than a dozen in fact after an airplane dumped fuel while flying above the playground at Park Avenue elementary on its roof on its way to LA acts so just before noon they were ninety for seventeen children they were injured after a flight leaving LA LA acts it's just dejected feel it's wider the kids during their recess the airplane a delta airlines at Boeing seven seventy seven seven yeah was headed toward Shanghai they have mechanical problems they turned around and boom so that's good heavens that also has to be kind of frightening because you know that that was like really really

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Trump rallies designed to divert attention from Democrats and prevent front-runner breakout

This Morning with Gordon Deal

03:41 min | 1 year ago

Trump rallies designed to divert attention from Democrats and prevent front-runner breakout

"As six Democrats battled each other on the presidential debate stage last night they were also battling president trump for publicity Mr trump held a keep America great rally in Milwaukee about three hundred seventy five miles away from his rivals in des Moines Iowa the last election was so bored I don't know maybe the most important ever but it was so important I really believe that this election may be in its own way will be just as important rob Crilly meanwhile White House correspondent at the Washington examiner says it was a deliberate piece of scheduling by the trump twenty twenty campaign rob what's up here as we know there is a master of puppets she and the dominating and time so the campaign is weapon icing is Riley appearances to in a number of ways in the one that was saying at the moment is that justice the democratic primary race which is the crucial stages we got a ramping up but the tramp trump campaign I'm we have Riley's now that are hi Rick the time by design to conflict on the TV set yours with that the democratic debates so we have a situation that I've spoken to a number of trump campaign inside if you say that it's very much the aim and that the like how well it's working but the aim is very much to you dominate the headlines prevent people talking about the democratic candidates night so battleground states will be the focus I would imagine in the coming months so we we've seen trump in a in Ohio Pennsylvania Wisconsin it's very clear which of the states that president trump needs to win one prediction that was made to me a while ago by a veteran of the twenty sixteen campaign that we could even see president trump running some rallies in the early primary states snicker could we see trump is up in New Hampshire and IRA I was very to staff think about that you may come across six candidates such a real I'm not a hold of the purchaser serenity getting up in the growth of the democratic candidates I so is it a two pronged approach or strategy here in that the trump campaign is trying to prevent a breakout Democrat front runner while also just generating publicity or is that what it says either I mean number one these Roddy's occurred for trump on tape weaponized these in a way that allows them to collect data or people going to the rally to the idea of turning supporters festival interfaces and then into politics so the Riley says they're reading list but what we have at the moment with these rallies and then you combine it with all the headlines will be forty attention is being given to impeachment and she the Iran crisis last week he just simply thank half the column inches or the space to be discussing at length the the pros and cons of the the different democratic candidate six campaign insiders really believe that this strategy has resulted in the fact that we have so many candidates in this race for the nomination we have a nice clear front lawn the house that the bidens Warren's besonders which churches of all on very similar only not but say it's been very difficult but the trump supporters thanks for any one of these candidates to capture the public imagination Wall president trump is still dominating the headlines speak with rob Crilly White House correspondent at the Washington examiner his pieces called trump rallies designed to divert attention from Democrats and prevent front

"washington examiner" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"washington examiner" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"At the Washington Examiner has the naked truth on the former VP he's here later in the hour. In the hopes of improving medical outcomes, the industry is turning to an array of new technologies against one of the biggest and most human challenges in treating disease, and it's getting people to take their medicine in a consistent way. For example, when the food and Drug administration approved in late twenty seventeen schizophrenia pill that sends a signal to a patient's doctor when ingested it was seen not only as a major step forward for the disease. But as a new frontier of internet connected medicine, it also raised privacy questions or from Christopher Rowland business of healthcare reporter at the Washington Post, Chris outta that pill work so this digital pill emits a signal when you take it. And it's kind of the cutting edge of which call digital therapies has got approval by the FDA in two thousand seventeen but it raises the number of concern, particularly because their first location of this pill is in the anti-psychotic. Schizophrenia space, which has many some advocates raising concerns many physicians as well who think that it could discourage patients from taking their drug if they think they have sort of paranoid delusions to begin with. So that's sort of one big problem. The other one is cost health insurers are are hesitant about the cost that sixteen hundred fifty dollars a month for daily tablet that they could that is generic. So without the digital component. You can it's very cheap. And it's not clear that it's going to actually work to improve compliance or the, you know, what's otherwise known as, you know, getting people to take their drugs on a daily basis. So raises a lot of red flags boy the concern here too. Especially in that space that you mentioned antipsychotic schizophrenia. When those folks don't take their medicine really dangerous things can happen. Right. And that really illustrates the need for something like this. You know, there's a lot of people don't think this is the real solution. But there's definitely a very. An overwhelming need to try to get people who have these serious mental illnesses to take their medications. They don't like taking the medications, they think it they think it kind of takes their personality away, it makes them gain weight. So they're really, you know, they're unpleasant drugs from a number of standpoint. But it is really one of the only ways to keep, you know, big manic episodes from happening that can have, you know, literally fail consequential, sir. And explain how the pill with the tracker works. I mean, this is obviously okay to ingest how so. So it's just a it's a it's a regular size pill, and you swallow it just as you would any other tablet. It has a a little chip inside of it. That's the size of a grain of sand that has magnesium and copper elements found in everyday food. And when those when this little chip hits your stomach acids. There's a reaction, and it's a missile signal, and that's single can be picked picked up by a bluetooth hatch. That's taped here ribcage. And then that in turn sends the signal to your smartphone. And from there, it goes up to the internet where your physician can monitor and make sure that he took the drug incredible speaking with Chris Roland business of healthcare reporter at the Washington Post where does this go from here? Then. Well, the the so is controversial in this particular patient population. Just because of the issues of, you know, a sensitive population with mental illness, you know, patients who might have, you know, be paranoid to begin with. But there are experiments underway and pilots on other drugs that where you can see they're le- less controversy. So on college e car cardiology drugs on carry cardiovascular health, which where patients, you know, being compliant will help save the lives, but you're not going to be dealing with the same issues of, you know, whether they're they have the capacity to understand what they're doing. And to follow the instructions, right? You wrote to in your pizza executives and analysts say the digital health. Marketplace is a bewildering wild west what else is happening here. Well, so, you know, in general beyond just these sort of newfangled digital pills. There's just a an enormous. Ray of apps, you know, bluetooth devices all kinds of stuff out there. That's being marketed m- most of it without any FDA approval. So if you Google online, for example, you know, glucose monitoring, if you have diabetes, you get bombarded with just, you know, a flood of of Google ads, and you know, you're in your inbox. We'll fill with spam from you know, people peddling a variety of apps that help you monitor your glucose, literally there's like three hundred and fifty thousand apps out there that nobody's really evaluated whether they're effective. And so it's it's very difficult for consumers and patients to navigate the space is difficult at this point perhaps for the FDA to keep up with stuff coming to market. Like didn't like, you know, will this type of thing in some form be widespread? So the FDA tries to keep their hand on the throttle. When it comes to. To devices that have a direct impact on your health. So a lot of glucose monitoring systems, they're not going to be able to, you know, keep track of all that. But if it's a it's a glucose monitoring system that is the tach to, you know, an insulin pump that you strapped to your body than they will step in and they will conduct tests on that. And make sure that it works correctly. But you know, in general, no, the FDA cannot keep up with all this. And there's there's a lot of over the counter, you know, can direct to consumer marketing here that is not monitored. And is it's kind of buyer, beware. This'll be fascinating to watch. Christopher rowland. Business of healthcare. Reporter at the Washington Post thirteen minutes.

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"washington examiner" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"washington examiner" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Institute for advanced studies graduates, no degrees because the learning never stops. From the Washington Examiner, by the way, you know, just the Washington Examiner has become a recent sponsor of the network have a great daily newspaper and a magazine that they are really doing. It's hard to be unique in trust me. It's hard to be unique in particularly with content. Everybody's dealing with the same contents. How you deal with that content that the determines whether you stand out whether you're unique print I mean, it's it's really tough differentiated now with the drive bys it's not it's a little easier because the drive bys do not. Do any stories favorable to Republicans are conservative that is not an exaggeration. In fact, the new rule in drive by media story. That is bad for Republicans bad for conservative here reported you reported with glee you keep reporting it. Yep. Pound people with it. If you have a story of it's bad for the left. If you have a story that's bad for the Democrats. You don't report that you report the rights reaction to it. And you use terms like Republicans seize on or Republicans pound. But if there is a story that's bad for the west. They never report that they report on the Republican reaction to it and rip Republicans to pieces for the wave react to a story that's bad for the left. So in trying to come up with unique content. It's it's it's not hard for conservative publications because the drive bys ignore all of it other than to criticize it, but they really have at the examiner. They've got Byron York is over. They've got some great people that make it stand out. And they have uncovered something that was redacted in the Muller report. Special counsel. Robert Muller's report mentions a claim that.

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"washington examiner" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"washington examiner" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"You. Cures to cinema. That'd be the bad witch. What was that? Glenda. She was the wicked wizard each east the she's a good witch. Right. So there are good which is in bad witches. Excuse me. I've got a frog in my throat is because I'm talking about witches. Right. Emails obtained by the Washington Examiner show cinema inviting a prominent coven fitness, which is in Arizona, call the pagan cluster to celebrate International Women's Day and protest the war in March of two thousand three. Code pink protesters were pink. Well, obviously. And the women in black were black. But cinema encouraged the witches to wear colorful, colorful, clothing, income ready to dance twirl and stay in touch with your inner creativity. And with the earth. The earth. Pearson cinema. She is she is being berated all across the land. I have to tell you that you heard on the news. And of course, everybody's focused on Arizona. People are focused on this Senate race. We'll be historical. It will produce a first female Senator. For the great CD, Arizona. The question is do you want that female to be a witch? Are you a witch? I want to remind everyone that.

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"washington examiner" Discussed on Examining Politics

Examining Politics

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"washington examiner" Discussed on Examining Politics

"Joining me right now. This is so timely. I have on the line. Kristen, Solta Sanderson, you've probably heard her name. She's the author of the selfie vote where millennials are leading America. She's been on real time with Bill Maher like me. You see, you're on TV. She's also one of the partners of echelon insights. She's a great pollster. She's going to be at the Washington Examiner 's inaugural summit on the election, the summit in Seattle and Georgia, and. Oh, what a timely day to have you here. Welcome. How are you. I'm great. And I'm so excited to to be here finally on your show. Yes. Okay. So I want to jump straight into this capital thing with you. Put you on the spot here because I keep hearing this argument from Democrats that, oh, if the Republicans support Brad Kavanagh now they're going to lose the Senate, and I'm the polling seems to wobble back and forth on the Senate. Yes. So in a way, actually think the cab enough story up until this point headed been a net positive for Republicans in terms of the Senate, maybe less so you know, just sort of national house type stuff to the extent that it surfaces issues that make it more complicated for folks in suburbs. Putting that aside in the Senate, you've got a lot of Democrats who are going to have to vote on a nominee that was put up for this job by President Trump. And these are coming from states where voters liked President Trump plays like North Dakota, Montana, etc. We're Trump won and by a couple of touchdowns and you've Democrats that were gonna feel a lot of pressure. Okay. Do you vote against President Trump's nominee this now? The the way the story has evolved. The fact that it has moved beyond is he too conservative stuff that's about jurisprudence that it has now moved into the story about allegations? I think it certainly. Takes off the table as a big advantage for Republicans. I think it is way too soon to tell what the ultimate political impact will be. But the fact that this is now a more controversial nomination and for reasons having less to do with how far to the right or left you are. I think that makes it less favorable of a story for Republicans in the Senate. Yeah, I, I would definitely agree with that analysis and also I would suspect depending on how these public hearings come at. It could certainly shift one way or the other. I just it amazes me the and I realize it's politics, but the amount of people who look at a poll number on September seventeenth and think it's going to be static until November. Right. I do think though that trend lines are what I look at more and the trend for Republicans in the last two weeks has not been great for the most part, really twenty eighteen was looking much better for the GOP after the tax law was passed. I correlation is not causation. All I know is that law passed a new year started, and all of a sudden Republicans poll started looking a lot better whether it's because people really love the idea of tax cuts, maybe that's it. Maybe they just liked the idea that congress did something. Maybe they likes that there was some focus on the economy and the president tends to do pretty well when it comes to economic poll numbers could have been any of those things can't necessarily say for sure, but I do know that the numbers have been looking better and better and less and less scary for the GOP's through the early sort of early summer springtime as you've gotten to the end of summer than numbers have started trending in a bad direction. Again..

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"washington examiner" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"washington examiner" Discussed on KTRH

"But viron york and the washington examiner hasn't really really great piece today on on all of this and i just wanna kicking off with my comments will miss from one year ago almost to the day to show you just how lame the media is and how little they've got their already asking what a trump no and windy no it and that's not the question that question is wanted barack obama no and when did he know it and what has he engineered here this all happened was flynn back in december trump had not even been inaugurated yet and it still mysterious to me what really happened even f even if flynn as the incoming national security director had called the russian ambassador to talk of a so what that's not hard to imagine that not a big deal it really isn't a big deal not a big deal it'd be iraq in these standard operating procedure we're talking about the russian ambassador here and the new administration reaching out familiarising themselves with various representatives of other countries a wasn't just the russians at flynn was talk union with the russian ambassador remember was being surveilled standard operating procedure also we wiretapped foreign officials this guy's phone call the flynn therefore wizard flynn was unmasked susan rice high flynn's unmasked and reported what he and kislyak talked about in bamako flynn is destroyed byron york washington examiner fbi in march of two thousand seventeen then fbi director james colmey briefed a number of capitol hill lawmakers on the trump russia investigation one topic of intense interest was the case of michael flynn the trump white house national security adviser who resigned under pressure on february thirteen just after 24 days in the gig in march lawmakers wanted call me to tell them what was up and what they heard from commie didn't match what they were hearing in the media.

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"washington examiner" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"washington examiner" Discussed on KTRH

"But viron york and the washington examiner hasn't really really great piece today on on all of this and i just wanna kicking off with my comments will miss from one year ago almost to the day to show you just how lame the media is and how little they've got their already asking what a trump no and windy no it and that's not the question that question is wanted barack obama no and when did he know it and what has he engineered here this all happened was flynn back in december trump had not even been inaugurated yet and it still mysterious to me what really happened even f even if flynn as the incoming national security director had called the russian ambassador to talk of a so what that's not hard to imagine that not a big deal it really isn't a big deal not a big deal it'd be iraq in these standard operating procedure we're talking about the russian ambassador here and the new administration reaching out familiarising themselves with various representatives of other countries a wasn't just the russians at flynn was talk union with the russian ambassador remember was being surveilled standard operating procedure also we wiretapped foreign officials this guy's phone call the flynn therefore wizard flynn was unmasked susan rice high flynn's unmasked and reported what he and kislyak talked about in bamako flynn is destroyed byron york washington examiner fbi in march of two thousand seventeen then fbi director james colmey briefed a number of capitol hill lawmakers on the trump russia investigation one topic of intense interest was the case of michael flynn the trump white house national security adviser who resigned under pressure on february thirteen just after 24 days in the gig in march lawmakers wanted call me to tell them what was up and what they heard from commie didn't match what they were hearing in the media.

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"washington examiner" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"washington examiner" Discussed on KTRH

"But viron york and the washington examiner hasn't really really great piece today on on all of this and i just wanna kicking off with my comments will miss from one year ago almost to the day to show you just how lame the media is and how little they've got their already asking what a trump no and windy no it and that's not the question that question is wanted barack obama no and when did he know it and what has he engineered here this all happened was flynn back in december trump had not even been inaugurated yet and it still mysterious to me what really happened even f even if flynn as the incoming national security director had called the russian ambassador to talk of a so what that's not hard to imagine that not a big deal it really isn't a big deal not a big deal it'd be iraq in these standard operating procedure we're talking about the russian ambassador here and the new administration reaching out familiarising themselves with various representatives of other countries a wasn't just the russians at flynn was talk union with the russian ambassador remember was being surveilled standard operating procedure also we wiretapped foreign officials this guy's phone call the flynn therefore wizard flynn was unmasked susan rice high flynn's unmasked and reported what he and kislyak talked about in bamako flynn is destroyed byron york washington examiner fbi in march of two thousand seventeen then fbi director james colmey briefed a number of capitol hill lawmakers on the trump russia investigation one topic of intense interest was the case of michael flynn the trump white house national security adviser who resigned under pressure on february thirteen just after 24 days in the gig in march lawmakers wanted call me to tell them what was up and what they heard from commie didn't match what they were hearing in the media.

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"washington examiner" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"washington examiner" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Just a very a gut quickly i just want to bring this up because this is just really interesting i just caught this year about twenty minutes ago this article uh michael berlin's column in the washington examiner the talks about the fact that you know the democrats are caught up in so many so many misstatements so many lies that how many can you do before it starts affecting you we've seen how the polls have changed uh you know when it when it comes to uh the the midterm elections the generic pulse we see how trump's poles are slowly increasing depending on which pole you wish to read but they are slowly increasing you've got one the rash was simple as amid at 48 him any rights your you can't expect a political party to be rigorously intellectually honest on any consistent basis are trying to win a life wins and to achieve policy results are generally believed to be desirable desirable and rigorous honesty sometimes has to take a back seat but he talks about the fact that uh what strikes me about the democratic party is that they have been taking the truth to a self harming extreme and goes on to talk about the number of issues all the different issues uh you know the the the the whole trump collusion with russia which looks like it's going in the opposite direction that they're losing their that the republican taxbill was a scam and was going to take money away from those with modest incomes he writes a perfectly you could be if you're anybody you could figure that out that's not true right after than they dropped at uh the claims that the republicans were responsible for shutting down the government they lost on that one they weren't close to it and his point is you know on everything oh and then uh their arguments at the release of the noon as memo wouldn't it endanger national security as soon as it came out everybody knew it wouldn't and.

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"washington examiner" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"washington examiner" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The washington examiner a has obtained a copy um from senator ron johnson his really do and a hell of a job quite frankly chairman of the senate homeland security and government affairs committee which is a an edited version and extensively edited version of a document that a coma used during his press conference and he writes the fbi did far more editing of former fbi director james comey statement on their probe of hillary rodham clinton's private email server than previously known at that he raised serious concerns the fbi initially had according to a key senator in documents provided by senator ron johnson chairman of the senate homeland security and governmental affairs committee there were three major edits the komi statement that seemed to absolve clinton by the way those of you on hold hang in there we'll get to the changes included reducing clinton's culpability in the skin removing references to the intelligence community's role in the probe and downgrading the likelihood that spies had penetrated clinton's private server stuck in the basement of her new york home senator johnson is now demanding that everybody connected to the process of writing and editing colmey statement be identified were asking you for everyone that edited the speech said a committee official he's also looking into the pro clinton anti president trump buys in the probe to show the changes in the statement johnson produced a copy of comey's original statement with the edits that he planned to give in a may 2016 closing out his investigation they're dramatic and they show the fbi went soft on clinton initially.

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"washington examiner" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"washington examiner" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"The washington examiner a has obtained a copy um from senator ron johnson who's really do and a hell of a job quite frankly chairman of the senate homeland security and government affairs committee which is a an edited version and extensively edited version of a document who at a commie used during his press conference he writes the fbi did far more editing of former fbi director james comey statement on their probe of hillary rodham clinton's private email server than previously known at that he raised serious concerns the fbi initially had according to a key senator in documents provided by senator ron johnson trimmer the senate homeland security and governmental affairs committee through three major edits the komi statement that seemed to absolve clinton by the way those of you on hold hang in there we'll get to the changes included reducing clinton's culpability in the skin removing references to the intelligence community's role in the probe and downgrading the likelihood that spies had penetrated clinton's private servers stuck in the basement of her new york home senator johnson is now demanding that everybody connected to the process of riding in editing colmey statement be identified whereas you for everyone that ended the speech said a committee official he's also looking into the clinton anti president trump buys in the probe to show the changes in the statement johnson produced a copy of comey's original statement with the edits that he planned to give in a may 2016 closing out his investigation they're dramatic and they show the fbi went soft on clinton initially the only major edit revealed was that fbi insiders cut out the reference to clinton being grossly negligent but at went much further for example they cut out comey's centers for plan to refer to the sheer vaughan william quote unquote of email on clinton's server johnson said that was in an effort to quote de emphasize the amount of classified information unquote held on clinton's private server johnson slaughtering fbi director christopher ray also cited another major at.

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"washington examiner" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"washington examiner" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The logan at the vet many americans many of my listeners even have never heard of a logan act it's a two centuries old law and nobody appear to ever have been convicted of violating at least not yet but byron york author and calmness for the washington examiner thanks at that law may recently have been violated he was a guest on the mike gallagher show i've got a 10page article in front of me for the washington examiner temperatures are we the printed in big letters so i could read it article shows that may be all of this flynn russia was begun by the obama administration trying to inject this archaic logan act into the equation to try to sabotage the trump presidency now you know byron he's the chief political correspondent for the washington examiner fascinating theory and we're hearing a lot more now but the logan act the will never heard before it's too it's it's two centuries old and yet you maintain that it's possible that it was the obama administration in the waning days of its presidency that in that the tried to almost sabotage and set the trump administration up with the with the logan act can you explain that well the logan act was a law passed in seventy nine guy callaghan it prohibits the private citizens from dealing with foreign countries on behalf of the united states like appointing themselves a diplomat or um and it hasn't no one's ever been convicted of it uh there were two cases that were brought but they were dropped they weren't even fully prosecuted so you have a law that's two hundred eighteen years old and it's never been used and most legal scholars now think that it's a joke or a dead letter or it's unconstitutional but in any event they don't think it is a a real law that you.

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WTVN

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"washington examiner" Discussed on WTVN

"Washington examiner what's up that your traffic and weather inbound now we do it every ten minutes on the tens from tempstar heating and cooling brought on those coming in on seventy one seventy three fifteen at six seventy pretty typical delays at the moment seventy one northbound heavy from before the gross city exit southbound from boerse road three fifteen a little more stop and go from before roof before hard road all the way down through the hospital careering about twenty minutes from hard road into downtown the real problem is still the west out of out though to seventy southbound down to a single right lane at roberts road because of this injury actions they actually at a closed traffic here completely for about fifteen twenty minutes whereas they are trying to position everybody and get the medics said here so watch for delays you're running more than an hour from dublin down to i 75 you're sitting in they sit in the to seventy trafigura to think about thirty three is a detour there accidents to work in a carl and depend worth blocking a lanes there and one on seventy one northbound north of green lawn careful from again 104 four traffic brought to you by bob evans twelve meals of christmas bob evans where it's the twelve meals a christmas truce from twelve classics on breakfast lunch and dinner menus like the early birds breakfast starting at just four ninety nine their new meatloaf topped with smoky suite of smoking sweet wildfire sauce it's bob evans twelve meals of christmas traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the tens from tempstar in custom air next update at seven fifty with traffic you can trust i'm johnny hill on news radio 610 wtvn is it wrong dip and give a challenge johnny about eating the twelve meals of christmas before noon i mean i guess there's people in the building i get that done at i dunno can i try and both at once and skip a day the next day uh i wouldn't give a dad just keep found in biology hoodie abc six first warning weather looks like increasing clouds on the day.

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"washington examiner" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"washington examiner" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Time to calcutta about the conyers stuff about about this seventeen million dollars paid out to two hundred sixty four separate settlements it this way existed to dip into is that plausible well i think when you read about this and it's a complicated mechanism of how this stuff is so secret and opaque it looks like a system that was specifically designed to give plausible deniability two members in leadership and i'm sure everyone is happy to hide behind it conyers the republicans the democrats the rest of them that needs to change moving forward if you have people committing deeds that are worthy of pay out because of the misconduct and they're going to use our money as taxpayers to pay these people often secret settlements we need to know where that money is going and why and what our elected representatives have done to require quote unquote the mighty get paid out i it's that is like a perfectly washington thing isn't it here's a secret slush fund that is so secret none of us know about it but it's millions of dollars going to victims of our abuse which we don't have any need to tell you about guy before uh before we have no no tell if the signal whenever you to to revelations in terms of the gps and the russian investigation the washington examiner is found out that gps uh was paying three journalists three journalists were on gps is fog payroll i'm not sure of the support of the deal to get them to testified those named it up he leaked out so gps is doing an investigation president trump in these journalists on the payroll to maybe get in for uh uh and put it out there and write about it house disturbing is that so fusion gps democratic attack group opposition research group mostly comprised of former journalists who were this is their new career writer chris deal who is a invest special sure sure but a lot of them are exjournalist these might have been their bodies on their payroll by question is did these journalists thought tell people that they dr show in writing or in their reports in disclosures that they were getting paid by fusion gps when they were out there are reporting the news that is a big ethical question will enter here's the quote the three journalists who were paid by fusion gps are known to have.

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"washington examiner" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"washington examiner" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

"That is not the mainstream american position at all my gosh trump really gift it's charlottesville oh my gosh trump really blew with that pershing tweet you think that you think that you get what i'm saying joe like they think that in the media but that's not what the data shows that's just not i mean they are going to continue continue to blow it when they do this survey and polling data predicting the downfall of trump trump's trump's going to go away it's going to be peaches gonna resign is terrible everybody hates them that's just not what's happening all right moving on is another piece in the washington examiner today a really good one i might add about polling on the confederate statues issue and a it was in pole but dr eyewash than secrets i'll put it in the show notes again available always up on gino dot com and you cannot join my email lists that i'll send you these articles i pick out the duzi's every day if you subscribe to my email lists again viable pudgy no dot com are at the washington examiner pieces fascinating because again the lesson tires strategy joe is believing infringe ideas men in the women's room women in the men's room we have to tear down our statues recent vandalized statues rip it all down we should rename washington d c o s michelle malkin said this weekend obama city i mean name at all left the democrats get rid of washington jefferson adams everyone you name it hamilton madison waipa ball out because they were all flawed people ripped down confederate statues everywhere the left strategy is at this fringe position is shared by the majority americans and if a majority of americans and if you don't share this position show you're in fact a maniac you're the crazy guys this is the whole friendless of modern liberalism now again you would think that would show itself in the polling data just like the charlottesville response of it was so terrible like the media told you.

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"washington examiner" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"washington examiner" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Go this is an example of how millennials have been sold ability guts there's actually two stores as a poll out and millennials say that student loan debt is as bad as global warming and is worse than north korea this was a serve vein provided to this the washington examiner by land the edu it's a it's a it's a loan out there and they survey millennials over was bothering them millennials say that student loan debt is as big a problem as global warming now millennials what the numbers are sixty sixty five percent millennials think global warming is real that man is causing if that primarily republicans are behind it they want to damage the earth they want to destroy the makes no sense but this is what they've been led precisely because they do not critically think they have no ability to do so so they just absorbed to all of this poisonous propaganda and they believe it and they live their lives cared to death that there isn't going to be a sustainable planet by the time they reach sixty or sixty five or maybe even sooner casey have that this is from a website called what's up with that tesla car battery production releases as much co two as eight years of gasoline driving now up it's a disjointed story not written as well and i gotta read it to each translated from swedish is why but when you finish reading this you could conclude that this whole electric cars genre is a scam and let's just looking into ways a electric cars saying if the planet by engage aging and clean renewable energy and they permit many fewer co two is and they contribute far less to the greenhouse effect will all of that is absolutely wrong where do you think the battery gets juice battery gets its jio it's like every other electrical appliance get to choose from a plug in a jack i'm a wall that is connected to the local coal fired power plant so everybody driving around and electric car is affectively driving a.

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