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"washington wall street journal" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"washington wall street journal" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Responsables in custody undergoing a mental evaluation this man says safety at the mall isn't a problem still say the same out here so continue to come to the mall we still don't know why he drove through the mall but won't file charges into the mental evaluation is complete terrorism's been ruled out as a motive president trump insists she didn't pressure Ukraine's new president to investigate democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his son hunter so house speaker Nancy Pelosi says prove it and release the transcripts of the conversation by the time acting director of national intelligence Joseph Maguire testifies before Congress later this week ABC's David Wright reports on the latest battle brewing in Washington Wall Street journal reports trump repeatedly eight times pressured the foreign leader to investigate Joe Biden's son hunter speaker Nancy Pelosi set a Thursday deadline for the trump administration to hand over a whistle blower complaint against the president for congressional review or else she says be prepared for a whole new stage of investigation a B. C.'s David Wright reporting from Washington. a group of mostly African American leaders in the south suburbs calling the state's new gaming law biased they want the governor and other state leaders to change it they say the bill gives owners of combination horse track casinos the advantage when vying for a casino license the bill carries a stipulation that no whether casino can operate within thirty five miles of a horse track without written consent actions will more of mayor rather Sheila chambers says the thirty five mile boundary would eliminate the rest cook county I speak for many in.

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"washington wall street journal" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"washington wall street journal" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"But if you don't have a strong steel or concrete barrier. There's no way you're gonna stop these people from rushing the democratic bills aren't likely to advance in the Senate where majority leader Mitch McConnell has indicated he will only bring up spending bills that have the support of Mr. Trump. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer wants to vote it's time for congress to fulfill our constitutional duty to govern even without the president. It's time for leader McConnell to realize he has the power to break this impasse. Today's date twenty five of the partial. Government shutdown longest in modern history. The face of special counsel, Robert Muller's probe is looming large over a high-stakes hearing for President Trump's attorney general nominee. William bar will be in the hot seat today when he faces the Senate Judiciary committee for a two day grilling that's expected to focus on the fate of Mr. Mueller's investigation into the two thousand sixteen election and potential collusion between the Trump campaign and Moscow. A good portion of the focus will be on an unsolicited memo that Mr. bar wrote last June saying that the mother probe is based quote on a fatally misconceive theory and would you quote lasting damage to the presidency? A preview of the hearing from Jordan Carney, Senate reporter at the hill. Jordan, he's been making private visits with lawmakers. So he has been meeting he met with Lindsey Graham, who's the new judiciary committee, chairman Mitch McConnell on any sort of in meeting with hip Democrats on the committee top democrat. Chris coons has been trying to reassure them that he will let us investigation continue unimpeded that he believes it's important for the country that the investigation be allowed to finish. He expected to say that he wants to release much of Moore's final report as possible. Do you think the reaction from Democrats spent I'm glad you're saying to us, privately we want you to say that publicly on the records. Everyone can hear it during his confirmation hearings to those one on one meetings with lawmakers work. I think they came out of those still pretty skeptical, or, you know, there there seemed to be, you know, nothing matters must've on record a couple of all who said they didn't ask him about this memo that has caused controversy Washington Wall Street Journal reported last year that he said a memo to the Trump administration that was pretty critical of the more must be but Feinstein such. He actually didn't ask him about that memo her meeting Chris coons told us after meeting that he hasn't had a chance to read the memo yet. So we'll sort of be litigating that for the first time during this hearing. Okay. So is the memo regarding the Muller investigation, the main focus here or are they going to ask him other stuff? We're talking to dick Durbin, his number two democrat a number of committee. Like what else you guys want to talk about? And he definitely gave the impression that it's going to be Miller Miller. In part because that's where sponsor even like the more protection. Bill that would give Muller any special counsel sort of a judicial recourse if that he was fired all those bills sponsors are on this committee. So. Jason related to Miller, but not specifically necessarily investigation dole spend a lotta time going through that. And don't you support that Bill, and it's sort of my understanding based on conversations he had with senators that he does not support it so expect more back and forth about that. There will be questioned about Trump's pardons and on presidential power, but all sort of goes back to more. We're speaking with Jordan Carney center reporter at the hill about her piece entitled Senate Dem's set to take aim at new Trump attorney general pick. You've you said that Mr. bar has a decades long history in Washington DC explain that a little bit. Yeah. So you've previously the attorney General George Hw Bush and Republicans have really tried to seize on that previous support for him..

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"washington wall street journal" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"washington wall street journal" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Prosecutors in Manhattan. They're looking into the hush money payments to the two women. I'm trying to go through these. I'm trying to point this out to you. Hundred seven million dollars in the inaugural committee. Drawn the attention of Muller who is probed whether illegal foreign contributions went to help the festivities. They've already referred one case to the prosecutors in Washington. Wall Street Journal reported this week that the federal prosecutors in New York are examining whether the inaugural committee misspent funds. Also in in. Maryland. And DC. They're they're checking into the emoluments clause where the Trump is is is is profiting from his business while he's the president which would be a violation of the emoluments clause. Attorney general Latisha James in New York. Is is going to launch a number of investigations into his company. They want to look into whether Trump violated the emoluments clause in New York too. They're considering an investigation into the company's tax practices. The new York Attorney General Barbara Underwood filed suit against Trump and his three eldest children alleging persistently illegal conduct at the Donald Trump foundation. You know, this just goes on and on and on these investigations. All right. We gotta take a break. But I want to come back. Here's the phone number, folks. Eight eight eight three two one six zero one back after this..

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"washington wall street journal" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"washington wall street journal" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"It is unusual. We've seen it many times. But it's especially unusual. I think that the president is tweeting about this just a couple of days or one day before fed officials will gather for their meeting. They have a two day meeting. It starts tomorrow. And then Wednesday they'll announce their decision as the journal is written. The fed says it's raising rates to return them to a more normal setting and avoid the type of boom and bust economy that ended in past recessions, I think the one thing that is tricky for fed officials. They've talked for a long time about wanting to raise interest rates gradually, and that's because they have sort of two separate risks. If they if they go too, slowly, there's a risk that inflation could pick up and that they could get what's commonly referred to as behind the curve that is that inflation gets out of control, and they won't be able to catch up to it by raising interest rates. The flip side of that is that of course, they raise rates too quickly, and that triggers a very fast slowdown in growth in it could trigger a recession. And so they've tried to maintain this very stable. Kind of steady path. But as the fed chairman Jerome Powell has started talking about in recent weeks that path is becoming less certain because of trade tensions because of a housing slowdown and because of concerns about global growth, and so he's talked a lot more about being more data dependent, and perhaps even adopting this wait and see approach they've been raising rates once a core about once a quarter, and we could start to see that change next year. I think the the word used right around that time was flexibility in how the fed sets interest rates. But apparently that was not enough to appease, Mr. Trump. You know, he has spent months criticizing the fed. This was hardly his his first blast. Right. I think the president is concerned about this market volatility perhaps and concern about the risk that the fed continuing to raise rates could could could actually slow down growth. Now. Fed officials have said that their policies as actually still somewhat accommodative that is their policy is not slowing. Down the economy yet that's not where they are. But obviously, there's big important implications for the president here. You know, we're past the midterms and now in the way that campaigns work now, we're almost heading into the next election cycle. And so he has to be thinking about what is going to be happening with the economy when he's out there running for re election would be remiss if I didn't ask this question fed chairman Pell is going to hold a press conference at the conclusion of the meeting on Wednesday. Do you think it's likely that he will be asked about Mr. Trump's tweet, and that he'll feel compelled to respond. I think he absolutely will be asked about it. And I think he absolutely will not respond directly to it. I'm sure he'll say something we've heard him get asked this, you know, similar question many times as as we've seen and heard the president talking about about the fed chairman. And he basically says, you know, we we make our decisions based on what's best for the economy, not based on political considerations. You know, he won't. He probably definitely will not meant. In the president directly. But I think he'll try to address this. It is the elephant in the room. Everyone is wondering to what extent the president's comments are weighing on the fed. So he'll have to address it somehow. But I think that he'll be extremely careful about how he does. So joining us from Washington, Wall Street Journal reporter, Kate Davidson, thanks Kate. Thank you, Charlie. And that's what's news. I'm Charlie Turner in New York for the Wall Street Journal..

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"washington wall street journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"washington wall street journal" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Readings are welcome back. Rush limbaugh. I didn't get your link yet. Snerdley just found a link that Lisa Murkowski has has not made final decision yet. Not what we were told earlier today. We were told her decision was final and that she and said Kavanagh's, just not the man. At this time for the supreme court. That's a quote while I'm holding here in my formerly nicotine. Steve by the way, coming up on the DittoCam in the next segment monologue next hour, a couple of pictures of Dianne Feinstein with Murkowski up against the wall. Feinstein's got her hand above her head up against the wall. And it looks like Feinstein it looks like the alien, and what's her name Courtney? What were the actress in the Sigourney? We looks like Feinstein's the alien and Murkowski is Sigourney Weaver. And that big weapons about the pop out of Feinstein's mouth and obliterate Murkowski, we'll have that. In fact, now what will save a time here? I wanna read g a couple of tweets from Kimberley strassel at the at the Washington, Wall Street Journal. Number one. Just to be clear on what Lisa Murkowski voted for today. Lisa Murkowski voted to legitimize and sign off on the most despicable tactics. Ever in a nomination. She voted a stand with Dianne Feinstein. Cory Booker Kamala Harris to leave judge Cavanaugh subject to claims of perjury and impeachment. She signed off on the abandonment of due process and the presumption of innocence to potentially leave the supreme court in a four four deadlock. Putting the looney ninth circuit in control of everything that matters to Alaska. Development property rights gun rights environmental rules, quite a statement. Boy that is so true four four times. The ninth circuit contains Murkowski state, she supposedly a Republican. But this is this nails it. She voted to legitimize and sign off on the most despicable tactics. Everson Feinstein, Kamala, Harris, I'm telling you this party, the democrat party in a just world would suffered the biggest midterm electoral defeat in this nation's history. They deserve for this country to rise up against them at the ballot box because of everything they've done in the past two years alone. Just Trump and the people that voted for him, specifically Cavanaugh gotta take a break. Courage to fight and the talent to succeed..

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"washington wall street journal" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"washington wall street journal" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Greetings, welcome back. Rush limbaugh. I didn't get your link yet. Eddie. Eddie. Snerdley just found a link that Lisa Murkowski has has not made final decision yet. Not what we were told earlier today. We were told her decision was final and that she had said Kavanagh's, just not the man. At this time for the supreme court. That's a quote while I'm holding here in my formerly nicotine. Steve by the way, coming up on the DittoCam in the next segment monologue next hour, a couple of pictures of Dianne Feinstein with Murkowski up against the wall Feinstein's got her hand above her head up against the wall. And it looks like Feinstein it looks like the alien, and what's her name Courtney? What was the actress in the Sigourney, we looks like Feinstein's alien and Murkowski is Sigourney Weaver. And that big weapons about the pop out of Feinstein's mouth and obliterate Murkowski, we'll have that. In fact, now what will save much time here. I want to read g a couple of tweets from Kimberley strassel at the at the Washington, Wall Street Journal. Number one. Just to be clear on what Lisa Murkowski voted for today. Lisa Murkowski voted to legitimize and sign off on the most despicable tactics. Ever in a nomination. She voted a stand with Dianne Feinstein. Cory Booker Kamala Harris to leave judge cabinet subject to claims of perjury and impeachment. She signed off on the abandonment of due process and the presumption of innocence to potentially leave the supreme court in a four four deadlock. Putting the looney ninth circuit in control of everything that matters to Alaska. Development property rights gun rights environmental rules. Quite a statement. What that is so true four four tie. The ninth circuit contains Murkowski state. She supposedly a Republican. But this is this nails it she voted to legitimize and sign off on the most despicable tactics. Ever sniff Feinstein Kamala Harris, I'm telling you this party, the democrat party in a just world would suffered the biggest midterm electoral defeat in this nation's history. They deserve for this country to rise up against them at the ballot box because of everything they've done in the past two years alone. Just a Trump and the people that voted for him, specifically Cavanaugh gotta take a break..

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"washington wall street journal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"washington wall street journal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Greetings, welcome back. Rush limbaugh. I didn't get your link yet. Oh, there it is Snerdley just found a late that Lisa Murkowski has has not made final decision yet. Not what we were told earlier today. We were told her decision was final and that she and said Kavanagh's, just not the man. At this time for the supreme court. That's a quote while I'm holding here in my formerly nicotine. Steve by the way, coming up on the DittoCam in the next segment monologue next hour, a couple of pictures of Dianne Feinstein with Murkowski up against the wall. Feinstein's got her hand above her head up against the wall. And it looks like Feinstein it looks like the alien, and what's her name Courtney? What what what what was the actress in the Sigourney Weaver looks like Feinstein's alien and Murkowski is Sigourney Weaver. And that big weapons about the pop out of Feinstein's mouth and obliterate Murkowski, we'll have that. In fact, now what will save it because I don't have much time here. I want to read g a couple of tweets from Kimberley strassel at the at the Washington, Wall Street Journal. Number one. Just to be clear on what Lisa Murkowski voted for today. Lisa Murkowski voted legitimize and sign off on the most despicable tactics. Ever in a nomination. She voted a stand with Dianne Feinstein. Cory Booker, Kamala, Harris to leave judge cabin all subject to claims of perjury and impeachment. She signed off on the abandonment of due process and the presumption of innocence to potentially leave the supreme court of four four deadlock. Putting the looney ninth circuit in control of everything that matters to Alaska. Development property rights gun rights environmental rules. Quite a statement. That is so true four four tie. The ninth circuit contains Murkowski state. She supposedly a Republican. But this is this nails it. She voted Jill legitimize and sign off on the most despicable tactics. Ever sniff Feinstein Kamala Harris, I'm telling you this party, the democrat party in a just world would suffer the biggest midterm electoral defeat in this nation's history. They deserve for this country to rise up against them at the ballot box because of everything they've done in the past two years alone, just to Trump and the people that voted for him, specifically Cavanaugh gotta take. Coleridge.

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"washington wall street journal" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"washington wall street journal" Discussed on KTRH

"Nine seventy four thirty three. Readings are welcome back. Rush limbaugh. I didn't get your link yet. Oh, they're an instant Snerdley just found a link that Lisa Murkowski has has not made final decision yet. Not what we were told earlier today. We were told her decision was final and that she and said Kavanagh's, just not the man. At this time for the supreme court. That's a quote while I'm holding here in my formerly nicotine's Dave, by the way, coming up on the DittoCam in the next segment monologue next hour, a couple of pictures of Dianne Feinstein with Murkowski up against the wall. Feinstein's got her hand above her head up against the wall. And it looks like Feinstein it looks like the alien, and what's her name Courtney? What were the actress in the Sigourney? We it looks like Feinstein's alien and Murkowski is Sigourney Weaver. And that big weapons about the pop out of Feinstein's mouth and obliterate Murkowski, we'll have that. In fact, what will save it because I don't have much time here. I want to read g a couple of tweets from Kimberley strassel at the at the Washington, Wall Street Journal. Number one. Just to be clear on what Lisa Murkowski voted for today. Lisa Murkowski voted to legitimize and sign off on the most despicable tactics. Ever in a nomination. She voted a stand with Dianne Feinstein. Cory Booker Kamala Harris to leave judge Cavanaugh subject to claims of perjury and impeachment. She signed off on the abandonment of due process and the presumption of innocence to potentially leave the supreme court in a four four deadlock. Putting the looney ninth circuit in control of everything that matters to Alaska. Development property rights gun rights environmental rules, quite a statement. Boy that is so true four four tie. The ninth circuit contains Murkowski state. She supposedly a Republican. But this is this nails it. She voted to legitimize and sign off on the most despicable tactics. Ever Everson Feinstein, Kamala, Harris, I'm telling you this party, the democrat party in a just world would suffered the biggest midterm electoral defeat in this nation's history. They deserve for this country to rise up against them at the ballot box because of everything they've done in the past two years alone. Just a Trump and the people that voted for him, specifically Cavanaugh gotta take.

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"washington wall street journal" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"washington wall street journal" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Yet. Not what we were told earlier today. We were told her decision was final and that she had said Kavanagh's, just not the man. At this time for the supreme court. That's a quote while I'm holding here in my formerly nicotine. Steve by the way, coming up on the DittoCam in the next segment monologue next hour, a couple of pictures of Dianne Feinstein with Murkowski up against the wall Feinstein's got her hand above her head up against the wall. And it looks like Feinstein it looks like the alien, and what's her name Courtney? What was the actress in the Sigourney? We it looks like Feinstein's alien and Murkowski is Gordon Weaver. And that big weapons about the pop out of Feinstein's mouth and obliterate Murkowski, we'll have that. In fact, now what will save much time here. I want to read a couple of tweets from Kimberley strassel at the at the Washington, Wall Street Journal. Number one. Just to be clear on what Lisa Murkowski voted for today. Lisa Murkowski voted to legitimize and sign off on the most despicable tactics. Ever in a nomination. She voted a stand with Dianne Feinstein. Cory Booker Kamala Harris to leave judge Cavanaugh subject to claims of perjury and impeachment. She signed off on the abandonment of due process and the presumption of innocence to potentially leave the supreme court a four four deadlock, putting the looney ninth circuit in control of everything that matters to Alaska. Development property rights gun rights environmental rules. Quite a statement. Why that is so true for four tied. The ninth circuit contains Murkowski state. She's supposedly a Republican. But this is this nails it she voted to legitimize and sign off on the most despicable tactics. Ever sniff Feinstein Kamala Harris, I'm telling you this party, the democrat party in a just world would suffered the biggest midterm electoral defeat in this nation's history. They deserve for this country to rise up against them at the ballot box because of everything they've done in the past two years alone, just to Trump and the people that voted for him specifically Cavanaugh gotta take courage.

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"washington wall street journal" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"washington wall street journal" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Get your link yet. Snerdley just found a late. Lisa Murkowski has has not made final decision yet. Not what we were told earlier today. We were told her decision was final and that she and said Kavanagh's, just not the man. At this time for the supreme court. That's a quote while I'm holding here in my formerly nicotine's Dave, by the way, coming up on the DittoCam in the next segment monologue next hour, a couple of pictures of Dianne Feinstein with Murkowski up against the wall Feinstein's got her hand above her head up against the wall. And it looks like Feinstein it looks like the alien, and what's her name Courtney? What what was the actress in the Sigourney Weaver looks like Feinstein's the alien and Murkowski is Sigourney Weaver. And that big weapons about the pop out of Feinstein's mouth and obliterate Murkowski, we'll have that. In fact, now what will save it because I don't have much time here. I want to read a couple of tweets from Kimberley strassel at the at the Washington, Wall Street Journal. Number one. Just to be clear on what Lisa Murkowski voted for today. Lisa Murkowski, voted till legitimize and sign off on the most despicable tactics. Ever in a nomination. She voted a stand with Dianne Feinstein. Cory Booker Kamala Harris to leave judge cavenaugh subject to claims of perjury and impeachment. She signed off on the abandonment of due process and the presumption of innocence to potentially leave the supreme court a four four deadlock, putting the looney ninth circuit in control of everything that matters to Alaska. Development property rights gun rights environmental rules. Quite a statement. What that is so true four four tied. The ninth circuit contains Murkowski state, she supposedly a Republican. But this is this nails it. She voted to legitimize and sign off on the most despicable tactics. Everson Feinstein, Kamala, Harris, I'm telling you this party, the democrat party in a just world would suffered the biggest midterm electoral defeat in this nation's history. They deserve for this country to rise up against them at the ballot box because of everything they've done in the past two years alone, just to Trump and the people that voted for him, specifically Cavanaugh gotta take.

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"washington wall street journal" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"washington wall street journal" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Readings a welcome back. Rush limbaugh. I didn't get your link yet. Oh, there it is slightly just found a link that Lisa Murkowski has has not made final decision yet. Not what we were told earlier today. We were told her decision was final and that she and said Kavanagh's, just not the man. At this time for the supreme court. That's a quote while I'm holding here in my formerly nicotine, by the way, coming up on the DittoCam next segment monologue next hour, a couple of pictures of Dianne Feinstein with Murkowski up against the wall. Feinstein's got her hand above her head up against the wall. And it looks like Feinstein it looks like the and what's your name Courtney? What what what what was the actress in the Sigourney? We it looks like Feinstein's the alien and Murkowski is Sigourney Weaver. And that big weapons about the pop out of Feinstein's mouth and obliterate. Murkowski, we'll have that fixed. In fact, now what will save much time to read a couple of tweets from Kimberley strassel at the at the Washington, Wall Street Journal. Number one. Just to be clear on what Lisa Murkowski voted for today. Lisa Murkowski voted to legitimize and sign off on the most despicable tactics. Ever in a nomination. She voted a stand with Dianne Feinstein. Cory Booker Kamala Harris to leave judge Cavanaugh subject to claims of perjury and impeachment. She signed off on the abandonment of due process and the presumption of innocence to potentially leave the supreme court in a four four deadlock. Putting the looney ninth circuit in control of everything that matters to Alaska. Development property rights gun rights environmental rules. Quite a statement. That is so true four four tie. The ninth circuit contains Murkowski state. She supposedly a Republican. But this is this nails it. She voted to legitimize and sign off on the most despicable tactics. Everson Feinstein, Kamala, Harris, I'm telling you this party, the democrat party in a just world would suffered the biggest midterm electoral defeat in this nation's history. They deserve for this country to rise up against them at the ballot box because of everything they've done in the past two years alone, just to Trump and the people that voted for him, specifically cavenaugh gotta take a break. Coleridge to.

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"washington wall street journal" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"washington wall street journal" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"However, it is resolved the fierce debates over the supreme court nomination of Brett Cavanaugh now seems destined to add both the Senate confirmation process and the court itself to the growing list of institutions in which Americans are losing confidence. Indeed. As the public continues to lose confidence in all things. Washington Wall Street Journal, executive Washington editor Jerry cyb says the question increasingly is where does it end perhaps the solution to this crisis of confidence is an even to be found in Washington right now, but rather outside the nation's capital, Jerry, explain what's happening here is that what used to be a process that was kind of above politics, which is an appointment to the supreme court in the confirmation of somebody for the supreme court didn't become a partisan political issue. Berg was confirmed in nineteen Ninety-three with ninety six votes in the Senate just about unanimous. That seems like it's a distant memory now. And we now have a confirmation process that above and beyond all other controversies looks very partisan. You have people seeming to use the process of the confirmation hearing mostly to justify pre existing partisan positions. Most Democrats and most Republicans had decided long before the captain our hearings began how they were going to vote. And so this looks like a bit of a sham to a lot of Americans. And it's going to I think in the long run, it hurts the supreme court if it's seen as a political organization rather than above politics objectives to digital organization, then you're seeing that in the way that Americans views of incompetence in the supreme court have declined over the last twenty years or so as you point out to other institutions right now, especially in Washington are not getting confidence from Americans either. No, that's right, you if you look at Gallup surveys and Gallup does an interesting survey every year and asks. People about their competency and a whole long list of American institutions competence in both congress and the presidency have been falling markedly more so than the court over the last three decades you now have the president openly criticizing the FBI and the Justice department calling them essentially corrupt which again is an attack on an existing institution. The Catholic church is in the midst of a sexual abuse crisis. Police police forces are being criticized because of the shooting arm black young men over the last couple of years. So you have another institution under attack. There are the news media. My business is certainly under attack daily from the president as a purveyor of fake news, and competency and news organizations have dropped to. And so you have a whole series of institutions that are kind of.

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"washington wall street journal" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"washington wall street journal" Discussed on WJR 760

"Friends to go either online and take a look at how much is deposited every two weeks into your bank account compared to what it used to be at or look at your check acid to check it out because ninety percent of people are seeing real changes and the people who have looked at their pay increases because a tax cut is a pay increase a tax cut is a pay increase and all the democrats voted against your pay increase when they voted tax cuts over last question is this that i don't like those in a crisis preaching to me about how to solve it if i was in an earthquake i'm not an expert seismologist if i have a heart attack that doesn't make me cardiac surgeon if i've been shot at in school that doesn't make me an expert in the united states constitution when teenage boys boys or girls preach to me and you're on the nra national board one teenagers preach to me about what the second amendment means i'm not gonna listen to a seventeen year old talk to me about constitutional law the media wants what happened in parkland florida to become the template that will ride republicans on the chariots of fire out of office and bring all the democrats do you sense that the media and we'll continue to cover the crisis that occurred in parkland florida on valentine's day in such a way as to calls the occasional voter to believe that republicans are on the pockets of the honore of what you're a board member which i don't believe is the case because they're going to do what's right i do not they will try remember the million mom march was an effort to say we've got you know wasn't a million people they weren't on box and they were dragged out to gammon straight like you know anti anti war demonstration and they were trying to argue back then see everybody's changed their mind new polling nbc washington's wall street journal fifty eight percent of americans believe that more people having guns makes us safer thirty eight percent disagree that numbers and changed from what it what is it been we now have sixteen and a.

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US-China trade rift could squeeze growth and hurt consumers

WSJ What's News

07:22 min | 3 years ago

US-China trade rift could squeeze growth and hurt consumers

"What's news from the Wall Street Journal, top stories and timely insights. I'm Charlie Turner in New York. The US economy added jobs at a slower pace in March than in previous months, but hiring remains strong will discuss the March employment numbers with the Wall Street Journal's Harriet, Tori. I hear some top news headlines, trade tensions continue to rise between China and the US China says it will hit back forcefully. If the US imposes newly threatened. Additional tariffs on one hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods. China's commerce, ministry spokesman described as very unreasonable and extremely wrong president. Donald Trump's announcement that he was considering penalties on an additional one hundred billion dollars in Chinese goods. The added penalties would come on top of proposed tariffs on fifty billion dollars in imports from China that Washington unveiled last week and potentially triple the amount of Chinese goods facing levies when entering the US the Trump administration announced new sanctions on fr. Friday against Russian entities and individuals including President Vladimir Putin son-in-law this in response to what the US said was Moscow's attempt to subvert western democracies and militias cyber activities. The US treasury department said the sanctions covers seven, Russian oligarchs, and twelve companies they own or control as well as seventeen senior Russian government officials and estate owned Russian weapons trading company and its subsidiary, a Russian Bank. Another privacy related headache for Facebook, consumer groups filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission. Friday, saying Facebook violates user's privacy rights through its facial recognition software. The complaint was filed by a coalition of consumer organisations led by the electron privacy information center. It focuses on Facebook's tags, suggestions, feature that helps users identify people and up loaded photos by suggesting the names of people at recognizes Facebook has been under fire for mishandling user data and CEO. Mark Zuckerberg is scheduled to testify at to congressional hearings next week, coming up news of slower job growth in March. This is what's news from the Wall Street Journal. Welcome back everyone. The pace of hiring in the US slowed sharply in March. The Labor Department said nonfarm payrolls, rose at a seasonally adjusted. One hundred three thousand last month way below the expected gain of one hundred seventy eight thousand new jobs and the unemployment rate held steady at four point. One percent the lowest level in seventeen years, but a bit above the expected, four percent jobless rate joining us from Washington to talk about the jobs report is Harriet Tori of the Wall Street Journal, Harriet, as mentioned a weaker than forecast job growth figure, but the labor market remained strong, doesn't it? Yeah, the late unlock. It definitely remains strong. If we look at the first quarter as a whole employs of added an average of two hundred and two thousand has a month to payrolls and that Stephanie outpaces the average monthly growth in two thousand seventeen, which was one hundred and eighty two thousand. So Amonte was kind of a week month, but it's wet Barry mind that that could also have been some payback if an extremely strong. On February when employers added three hundred twenty six thousand jobs. So overrule the labor market is still robust economists. Kind of looking at what might have happened in March and some appointing to unusually Hauch went to whether there was some quite Sibusiso, no storms on the east coast that could have kept people off the job. The jobless rate is four point, one percent it remains low. I know they expected a four percent rate, but it's an indication of a tight labor market. Yeah, that's definitely the case. It was expected that this might be the month when the unemployment rate would go down to four percent, which is a rate that hasn't been seen for many years, but it hung at four point, one percent for the six month in a row. So this is still a very, very tight labor market. And this is a very, very low rate, but people do expect that it could go. So we'll we'll see what happens in the months ahead, you know, tight labor market, but they're still wasn't a big uptick in wage growth. Was there that's also true? Wages, rose, two point, seven percent from year-earlier in Mons, and so far this year wage growth has been kind of around that level. A bit above and a bit below in in previous month. So wages haven't really increased at better than three percent rate from year alias since the loss recession on that mocks a difference between the last time employment was as low as it is now. So that was in two thousand wages were increasing in sort of the four percent range a now with? Yeah, was still still around two and a half percent or a little a little hot in the talk about which sectors of the economy showed the strongest job growth last month. I think manufacturing with straw, yes. Manufacturing did have another strong month manufacturing added twenty two thousand jobs in March, and that was that she at the same pace as the healthcare sector, which came as a positive surprise to many people. And manufacturing employment has actually been on a strong street. Recently, a loss month will of the employment gain came from the gerbil good spot of the manufacturing sector to going back to the to the topic of bad weather last month. The construction sector definitely had a bad month that had added a sixty five thousand jobs in February when it was on seasonably warm, but. March the sector lost fifteen thousand jobs, and the retail sector will so lost a few jobs that lost four point, four thousand jobs, headed out of job. So the prior two months. So that was an interesting one as well. Our employers confident about hiring prospects in the future, you know, given what's going on in Washington with a tax reform legislation. Yeah, I think tax reform was definitely a boon to the employment market is what is what many people have said 's talking to employ his. Now, there is someone set to see surrounding trades policies and how that could play out the the labor market. Another issue that keeps coming up is firms inability to find skill workers. And that seems to be a real problem for many companies out there that they having trouble finding work is that match the skills profile for the jobs that they hiring full. And that's fairly typical in a tight labor market. But it seems to be becoming more and more of a problem for companies. We do here a lot that companies are saying they really struggling to attract the is that they need. And you know, as a result, sort of having to offer things. Like sign up bonuses and so on. What about the Federal Reserve Harriet? I know the fed minutes are coming out this coming Wednesday for the last meeting. You wonder how this particular report plays into their deliberations. As far as future rate hikes are concerned? Yes. So you know, the market is making quite a lot of the fact that the hiring slowed this month. But again, if we if you look at the three month, average, the labor market is adding jobs at an extremely robust pace. So that's definitely something that the feds can cheer on the on the inflation side. It seems like it's still still kind of middling pitcher in a way. You know this two point, seven percent annual wage gain is not a breakout by any means. So station is sort of gradually moving up, but it doesn't seem to be really picking up significantly the pitcher for the fed consistent with what they've been saying that the labor market is continuing to improve. And they like to say that the data dependent and it, it's a, it's quite a few. It's a while until the next meeting. So this will be one one of many factors they'll be taking into account as as. As as Mahfoud joining us from Washington Wall Street Journal, reporter, Harriet, Tori. Thanks, Harry, thanks and that's what's news. I'm Charlie Turner from the Wall Street Journal.

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"Of dovetail into what the fed might do in the new year because they're still on track as far as i can tell to raise interest rates three times next year yes yeah exactly so these these gauges are not as important as different gauges of inflation are to the fad but another record high and consumer confidence or at least a robust consumer report or stronger home sales and continued low jobless claims this all points to a stronger economy and the fed recently announced its decision to raise rates and this has been up for debate because some folks think that the economy is not healthy enough that inflation is not as not strong enough a robust enough and to see these three indicators all perform well is pretty good evidence that the fed may have made the correct decision share let's talk about the world's thirdlargest economy the bank of japan will issue minutes from it's just concluded policy meeting it seems to me we can say that unlike other central banks were leaning toward raising rates the boj isn't yes that's correct many other western economies are tightening their own monetary policy as we've seen this global flourishing in the economy this kind of secrets synchronized growth that we've seen from a major powerhouses but not japan they're not raising a monetary policy their situation is kind of similar to the us in that inflation has been lower than policymakers would like to see but the b o j's governor said it will not raise rates until it sees what it considers to be healthy inflation which is near or at two percent it's currently at zero point eight percent so it's pretty below what they'd like to see joining us from washington wall street journal reporter sharon known thanks a lot sharon thanks for having me and that's what's news i'm charlie turner at the wall street journal spend time with alexa than make what's news part of your flash briefing on the amazon echo the wall street journal listen ambitiously.

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"Suggests that there would be at least some migration response in this research showing that top scientists who are presumably highly skilled high earning people tended to move to low tech states went after tax increases i believe there's also some research about free agents in baseball at the advantages of being athletes and living in florida where there is no income tax on the other hand you have a lot of data that shows that in some states that have raised taxes on highearners you didn't see a huge outflow of millionaires headed for low tax areas and that makes sense on both sides if you're living in new york but you have a house in florida if this increases the burden of living in new york may be used which you residency to florida but if you have a job in new york and you're in the middle of your career it's tough to see you picking up in moving to kansas simply for the benefits on the tax side if your job in your life or in new york so there's a lot of different forces that are sort of interacting all at once on these decisions it will be very interesting to see how things play out over the next few years and see how much of an effect this tax change has joining us from washington wall street journal reporter ben loop store thanks a lot ben thank you and finally 55 years after warren buffett bought his first shares of berkshire hathaway the company he built into a global powerhouse entered the three hundred thousand dollar club for the first time the only company to do so that puts the stock up more than twenty percent this year with about half the rally coming since november 16th when the house passed it's plan to cut the tax rate for us companies burke scheers a shares are by far the most expensive publicly traded equities in the us in part owing to mr buffets longtime reticence to split the stock the price has come a long way since mr buffet put in his first order to buy shares on december twelve 1962 he paid seven dollars fifty cents a share for his initial stake and that's an increase of roughly four million percent and that's what's news.

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"Suspect in the new york city truck terror attack an enemy combatant the president demanding that congress eliminate the diversity lottery immigration program by which the suspect got here diversity lottery sounds nice it's not nice snag vote not good it hasn't been good we've been against it we're learning more about the attacker from invest to gators gene caseros reports on his unusual stockpile of weapons they were found inside and outside that vehicle and the two weapons that he was brandishing when he came out of that truck moments before he was shot by an nypd officer it was up paintball gun and a bb gun us navy leaders are recommending sweeping changes following two deadly ship collisions earlier this year in which a total of seventeen sailors died correspondent jan johnson on the navy report issued this afternoon the recommendations address training crew requirements and safety procedures ranging from changes in navigation to personnel sleep and stress management to address what are considered sis temic problems across the pacific fleet an earlier report on the deadly ship collisions involving the u s s fitzgerald and the uss mccain concluded that the accidents were avoidable and resulted from widespread failures by the crews and commanders who did not recognize the danger and didn't respond quickly enough to the unfolding emergencies jan johnson washington wall street journal is reporting that the white house has notified federal reserve governor jerome powell that president trump will nominate him to succeed janet yellen as the next chairman of the central bank so yellen didn't get another term but there was a shout out today from the president janet yellen his excellent on wall street stocks closed mixed the dow rose fifty eight points for the day the sp 500 gained four the nasdaq fell eleven i'm michael toscano colonel sanders from here to talk about the good old days well good old days still herron chicken form specifically in cavalese original resume fried chicken for the levin herbs and spices delicious chicken.

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"Plays an extremely important role and all things that have to do with big bank regulation on there are a number of different agencies in washington that play a role in overseeing big banks but uh but i think somewhat argue that the fed has the plays the biggest role i mean they they enforce and implement some of the biggest policy changes that have occurred since the financial crisis like annual stress tests of big banks that basically determines whether banks how much capital banks can distributor shareholders each year wet weather their healthy enough um i think that's an area that the administration has suggested needs tweaking so um certainly he he will have a big influence on the the regulatory framework as it stands right now what about the relationship with food cheer janet yellen you write the future yoenis set to testify wednesday and thursday on capitol hill she'll likely be asked about mr quarrels them the feds agenda i wonder how that relationship might work yeah i mean honestly i don't know if they have any sort of personal relationship one thing that's kind of interesting little fun fact is that um randy quarrels as mary to hope eccles who is a member and member of the echoes family if you're a real fed nerd you know mariner echoes as a former fed chairman a fed officials work out of the eccles building so it's kind of a kind of a unique family tie there but i imagine that the chairwoman will say that she's glad to see that someone has finally been been nominated for this position on regulation and bank oversight has become such a big part of what the fed does now especially postcrisis that i think that that the chairwoman though she overseas everything the the fed does she delegate certainly a lot to the person in this role so i'm guessing that will probably be shop he will probably say that she welcomes the um the announcement joining us from washington wall street journal reporter davidson thanks thank you charlie.

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