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"Eight six six ninety redeye I'm Gary McNamara along with Eric early in the news today bread cavity is one of the finest human beings, you will ever have the privilege of knowing or meeting. A great intellect a great gentleman an impeccable reputation went to Yale top student. Wendy, Yale Law School top sued. So we gotta let it play out. Oh, let it play out as you think about it. It. Now, it's we're just after four am central time here on this Friday. And so by which is five o'clock. So it's less than five hours. That's right. Where the the the deadline is going to be set. Now what we know is Grassley talked to the lawyers yesterday Ford's lawyers yesterday, and the lawyers told them that. Well, it looks like we could she's willing Christina Ford air Christine Ford, excuse me is willing to testify by next Thursday, but cavenaugh has to testify I well, that's ridiculous. That is a non starter to begin with why she's making the accusations. You don't put the defense on before you put the prosecution on the prosecution always goes first cavenaugh goes, I to defend himself from what? What's the what's the testimony under oath that? He is responding to while he is under oath. It can't. That's why he can't do it. I he can't respond to nothing something. That's hasn't happened officially he has to respond and that by the way, there's a reason it's set up in every process this way, whoever brings the charge goes first. And then you give somebody the time the opportunity to respond. That's that's how it goes. You don't you don't have the defense get up there. I in a court of law and go. Hey, hey, hey, we didn't do it. We'll do what? Now, the prosecutors get up and tell you this. These are the charges. This is what we believe this person or these persons did. And in this case in this process. There's a reason that she goes I and it reeks of again the tactics by the left to delay delay delay and ask for something. You know, you're not gonna get right? I mean, it it shows it they're not actually serious and Senator gillibrand of New York yesterday saying that she's being silenced and she's not being silenced. The the only person the only group of people getting in the way. Of her speaking, which we were told initially she didn't want to do. But if you want to look at it, the only people that are keeping her from speaking right now are her own lawyers. Yeah. Yep. And as we started the show off with if you look at the Republican side, the Republicans are looking to this insane. Look, we've a process here. I supreme court Justice. All right. You have an allegation you have no evidence. We need evidence. You'll have time to promote promoted here. We'll see if there's any more to it under oath. We'll get we'll give you the courtesy of doing it. But as we know right now, there is no evidence except your allegation that doesn't stop the process. There has to be evidence. Everything is based on evidence. That's been the Republican arguments. So far, the democrat argument has been white men stink. Right. That's it. That's it was exaggerated. That's it. Of course, he's guilty because he's a white guy. He's a white male. What the the the white men of the judiciary committee? They're white men. And so it all stinks. And so she's either one hundred percent, believable or white men stink. And men should shut up. Yeah. That's what you're getting from the Democrats. And you just you wonder how this. As we look at the midterms when you look at the, and, and we know what it's about for the Democrats. We understand we understand the fact that they don't want somebody who may be a construction est originalist supreme court Justice in there. And for those of you that don't understand what that means. If you haven't followed, you know, that type of language in a supreme court Justice that simply means that you don't put your own opinion into the judgements that you make you look at it. You say does the law say this or does the law not say this and you make your judgments accordingly? You don't put your own personal opinion in I've always objected when they say, well, he's a conservative Justice. No. He's an originalist Reconstructionist. You have and Democrats will admit it. Democrats want supreme court justices that will put in and they want judges that will give their opinion. Well that law I don't like it, and we believe it's unfair. So I'm going to change a lot of this. You don't get to do that. As a judge that is not your constitutional role. And so that's what they object too because they believe. Well, let's be honest. They believe that they cannot convince the majority of the people that their way is right. Therefore, they need the courts to do it. When you can't convince the people. Then what you try to do as you attempt to take over the judiciary with people that will promote their politics in their robes, and that's what we don't want. If there needs to be a change in the constitution. It's made by the people of the United States. Through the constitutional amendment process. It's a living breathing document. Okay. We'll have that debate. Whether it's living and breathing because it actually isn't a live it's law. But if you wish to have that argument, that's let's let's have that debate will use that euphemism of a living breathing document. Okay. We'll give you that. All right. Will you believe that a judge should make it a living breathing document? We believe that the constitutional amendment process is what should make it a living breathing document, great, even though it's really not life. It's jones. You don't have to feed it. That's. It's not like a child or a puppy. Well, I mean, again, they always sometimes it's cute. But that's the same thing that corporations aren't people. Well, no. But the people in corporations are people and those people in corporations have free speech rights. What about your right? What about the corporation that made soiling green? Well, I mean that was the time. That's a remember when that argument came up when we said good, then you can't protect your property taxes. Right. His property isn't people. That's right. Yeah. But I own the property doesn't matter. I thought the point property isn't people county assessor comes to the door. You all your taxes? No, I don't know. What is wrong with you turn around and your house? What is wrong with you? Why didn't you pay your taxes? Dumbest argument of all time gonna do that once in my life. I'm gonna have to. I'm going to have to. So when I go down to challenge it. I'm going to say, listen, I need you to come here to the house. Why? Well, you need to talk to the house asked the house while the house didn't pay. Property taxes. Not Eric tax. Are you the honor? Now, apparently, not property isn't people. Ridiculous. Of course, it is. So I mean, it's that's what we're that's what we're dealing with right now. And I just wonder how people were we saw how people responded to it in two thousand sixteen in particular districts now, as you know, Trump has been in office or almost a couple of years and actually what he does. Most days is is. Now becoming the norm. That's what happens in politics. It becomes the norm. The only you think about it. One of the reasons that nobody can identify the majority of people can identify, you know, what who the supreme court justices. Most people have no idea the specifics of all the major issues out there. They may have a general idea of okay, everybody, I know hates Trump. So I have to hate Trump. But they really don't even know why they hate Trump. We've seen the some of the television personalities go out there with things at Bama said and said Trump said this ED's terrible. And they go out with some of the things that that, you know, Trump said, and they said Obama said this, and it's like, oh, that's wonderful. That's just fantastic. It's Trump's personality that they hate. It's the words that he hates that they hate it's the tone that he hates. But as we've said, he's a quite moderate when you look at the president's over the last one hundred years the things that he's actually done and promoted are totally in the norm of American politics. And you know, and so I just wonder after two years it's going to be interesting to see how the country responds to it. Because the Democrats really don't have a message yet after two years. They're not looking insane. What are the problems of the heartland? No. It's free stuff. That's it. I mean, that's what they're promoting. Now. There was nowhere else to go for them. Frankly. No there wasn't you know, with with the promise of, and I think they'll probably look back, you know, and and may already be doing this behind closed doors, but eventually out in the open, the Democrats of the future will look back. And and this might be in fact, talk talked about openly in twenty twenty and say, listen while we love President Obama and believe he was on the right track. He didn't go far enough. You know, that that's what they'll they'll criticize him for not well, you know, promoting single payer to begin with our Medicare for all whatever you wanna call it. They will they will say that he didn't promote taxing the rich even even greater or he didn't do enough in his first two years while they had the Democrats on his side. He didn't get the things done that he should have gotten done especially in those first two two years. And and they'll promote them on the things that he didn't give away. What what do you? I just I wonder this would be an interesting take to see how you know, how they have the meters when the debates going on and the people have the meters you what they think. Yeah. I would love to see people who identify as democrat liberals watching for example. On on CNN the other day when Anderson Cooper. Jake, tapper Anderson Cooper. I think it was it was tapper was given the walk to ocasio quote. Okay. So yes. Tabar Cortez, and how do you pay for this? And she just wouldn't answer the question. Right. It was now. Now, I wonder are liberals angry at Anderson Cooper Anderson Cooper. Jake tapper for asking that question. Or do. They actually believe that are Keizo Cortes is completely unqualified and knows nothing about economics. Are they mad at Jake tapper or didn't Chris Cuomo will do the same thing? Did he ask some of the same questions? How do you pay for it going back a few weeks also to Gillam it wasn't a Gillam that he was talking to it was giving Bush a killer. Okay. All right from Florida. Okay. And asking this, and yes and couldn't answer the quietly couldn't answer the question. And so that would eventually he basically came out and said, we're gonna tax corporations right attacks, the rich. I mean toward the end of it. 'cause because the he walked around it until at the very end he was pushed by Cuomo. But you you have and I'm sure that probably a Chris Matthews would be in the same kind of thing being the old time Democrats, Saint look you can't give everything away for free. Right. We understand. We gotta give we got to portray that we're giving some stuff away. But now you've now the young Democrats are talking about forty trillion. They're talking about doubling the budget every year. Okay. All right. Doubling the budget. So we spent all add another question to our list of questions here. And that is after the banks were bailed out we noticed something atone changed even with some on the right? And and it was where they were essentially saying, well, look, if we're going to bail out the banks than than, you know, the people should get more bailout. I need to get mine right to a certain extent. Yes. But if if you look at that, PR millennials or others other Democrats looking at it going. Well, there's no way we can give everything to everyone. And if I'm not going to get mine, they're not gonna get there's if I'm not going to get everything for free, then they're not going to get everything for free and in their mind. That's how they justify saying. Well, we can't give everything away because it's almost like a reverse psychology. You know what I'm saying? I know we're splitting hairs inside of a rabbit hole here to figure out how liberal. Futile effort. We don't even know why we're doing it. Hey, it's time winds about the sentiment, and and what they're trying I guess to promote or what they want out of a candidate to promote. And that's what it is. Really? That's the question. What will they tune into to the point of of supporting Cynthia Nixon did not win in New York for a reason number one Cuomo is a brand basically she tried to rage against the machine in work. And and so you know, you can talk about New York fourteen. But that's really not the future of the party. And why is? It's the loudest part of the party, but it's not the future. So the question is will it drive anything in well, November of two thousand eighteen or November of twenty twenty on a big level for the Democrats? Or is it just a fraction of them eight six six ninety redeye. One of the first things President Trump did when taking office was pull out of the twelve nation. Trans-pacific Partnership, the TPP then last April, the president opened a little crack in the door to rejoin TPP telling reporters, I don't wanna go back into TPP. But if they offered us a deal that I can't refuse on behalf of the United States. I would do it fast forward to the present US is in a trade battle of tariffs with China a nation not in the TPP nation. That's been the number one foreign customer for US farm goods. We probably.

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"wendy l law school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Eight six six ninety redeye I'm Gary McNamara along with Eric early in the news today Brett cavern is one of the finest human beings you ever have the privilege of knowing or meeting. A great intellect a great gentleman and impeccable reputation went to Yale top student. Wendy, Yale Law School top sued. So we got to let it play out. Oh, let it play out as you think about it. Now, we're it's just after four AM central time here on this Friday. And so by which is five o'clock. So it's less than five hours. That's right. Where the the deadline is going to be set. Now what we know is Grassley talked to the lawyers yesterday Ford's lawyers yesterday, and the lawyers told them that. Well, it looks like we could she's willing Christina Ford air Christine Ford, excuse me is willing to testify by next Thursday, but cavenaugh has to testify I well, that's ridiculous. That is a nonstarter to begin with why she's making the accusations. You don't put the defense on before you put the prosecution on the prosecution always goes first cavenaugh goes, I to defend himself from what? What's the what's the testimony under oath that he is responding to while he is under oath? It can't. That's why he can't do it. I she can't respond to nothing something that hasn't happened officially he has to respond, and that by the way, there's a reason that it set up in every process this way, whoever brings the charge goes first. And then you give somebody the time the opportunity to respond. That's that's how it goes. You don't you don't have the defense get up there. I in a court of law and go. Hey, hey, hey, we didn't do it. We'll do what? Now, the prosecutors get up and tell you this. These are the charges. This is what we believe this person or these persons dead. And in this case in this process. There's a reason that she goes, I it reeks of again the tactics by the left to delay delay delay and ask for something. You know, you're not gonna get right? I mean, it it shows that they're not actually serious and Senator gillibrand of New York yesterday saying that she's being silenced and she's not being silenced. The the only person the only group of people getting in the way. Of her speaking, which we were told initially she didn't want to do. But if you wanna look at it, the only people that are keeping her from speaking right now are her own lawyers. Yeah. Yep. And as we started the show off with if you look at the Republican side, the Republicans are looking at this insane. Look, we have a process here. I supreme court Justice. All right. You have an allegation you have no evidence. We need evidence. You'll have time to promote it here. We'll see if he has any more to it under oath. We'll get we'll give you the courtesy of doing it. But as we know right now, there is no evidence except your allegation that doesn't stop the process. There has to be evidence. Everything is based on evidence. That's been the Republican arguments. So far, the democrat argument has been white men stink. Right. That's it. I'm not. Well, that's it was exaggerated. That's it. Course he's guilty because he's a white guy. He's a white male. What the the white men of the judiciary committee? They're white men. And so it all stinks. And so she's either one hundred percent, believable or white men stink. And men should shut up. Yeah. That's what you're getting from the Democrats. And you just you wonder how this. As we look at the midterms when you look at the, and, and we know what it's about for the Democrats. We understand we understand the fact that they don't want somebody who may be a construction est originalist supreme court Justice in there. And for those of you that don't understand what that means. If you haven't followed, you know, that type of language in a supreme court Justice that simply means that you don't put your own opinion into the judgements that you make you look at it. You say does the law say this or does the law not say this and you make your judgments accordingly? You don't put your own personal opinion in I've always objected when they say, well, he's a conservative Justice now. He's an originalist or construction est you have and Democrats will admit it. Democrats want supreme court justices that will put in and they want judges that will give their opinion. Well. That law. I don't like it. And we believe it's unfair. So I'm going to change a lot of this. You don't get to do that as a judge that is not your constitutional role. And so that's what they object too because they believe. Well, let's be honest. They believe that they cannot convince the majority of the people that their way is right. Therefore, they need the courts to do it. When you can't convince the people. Then what you try to do is you attempt to take over the judiciary with people that will promote their politics in their robes, and that's what we don't want. If there needs to be a change in the constitution. It's made by the people of the United States. Through the constitutional amendment process. It's a living breathing document. Okay. We'll have that debate. Whether it's living and breathing because it actually isn't alive. It's law. But if you wish to have that argument, that's let's have that. Let's have that debate will use that euphemism of a living breathing document. Okay. We'll give you that. All right. Will you believe that a judge should make it a living breathing document? We believe that the constitutional amendment process is what should make it a living breathing document. Right. Even though it's really not live. It's jones. You don't have to feed it. That's. It's not like a child or a puppy. No. Well, I mean, again, they always sometimes it's cute. But that's the same thing that corporations aren't people. Well, no. But the people in corporations are people and those people in corporations have free speech rights. What about your right? What about the corporation that made soiling green? Well, I mean that was the time. That's a remember. When argument came up when we said good, then you can't protect your property taxes because property isn't people. That's right. So you get. Yeah. But I own the property doesn't matter. That's not the point property isn't people colleagues access are comes to the door. You all your taxes? No, I don't know. What is wrong with you turn around to your house? What is wrong with you? Why didn't you pay your taxes? Dumbest argument of all time gonna do that once in my life. I'm gonna have to. I'm going to have to the so when I go down to challenge it. I'm going to say, listen, I need you to come here to the house. Why we you need to talk to the house asked the house while the house didn't pay. Property taxes. Not Eric tax. Are you the now apparently not property isn't people? Ridiculous. Of course, it is. So I mean, it's that's what we're that's what we're dealing with right now. And I just wonder how people were we saw how people responded to it in two thousand sixteen in particular districts now, as you know, Trump has been in office for almost a couple of years and actually what he does. Most days is is. Now becoming the norm. That's what happens in politics. It becomes the norm. The only if you think about it. One of the reasons that nobody can identify the majority of people can identify what who the supreme court justices. Most people have no idea the specifics of all the major issues out there. They may have a general idea of okay, everybody, I know hates Trump. So I have to hate Trump. But they really don't even know why they hate Trump. We've seen the some of the television personalities go out there with things that Obama said and said Trump said this ED's terrible. And they go out with some of the things that that, you know, Trump said, and they said Obama said this, and it's like, oh, that's wonderful. That's just fantastic. It's Trump's personality that they hey, it's the words that he hates it that they hate it's the tone that he hates. But as we said, he's a quite moderate when you look at the president's over the last one hundred years the things that he's actually done and promoted are totally in the norm of American politics. And you know, and so I just wonder after two years it's going to be interesting to see how the country responds to it. Because the Democrats really don't have a message yet after two years. They're not looking insane. What are the problems of the heartland? No. It's free stuff. That's it. I mean, that's what they're promoting. Now. There was nowhere else to go for them. Frankly. Now there wasn't you know, with with the promise of and I think they'll probably look back. You know, and and may already be doing this behind closed doors, but eventually out in the open, the Democrats of the future will look back, and and the, and this might be in fact talk talked about openly in twenty twenty and say, listen while we love President Obama and believe he was on the right track. He didn't go far enough. You know, that that's what they'll they'll criticize him for not, well, you know, promoting single payer to begin with or Medicare for all whatever you wanna call it. They will they will say that he didn't promote taxing the rich even even greater or he didn't do enough in his first two years while he had the Democrats on his side. He didn't get the things done that he should have gotten done especially in those first two two years. And and and they'll promote them on the things that he didn't give away. What what are you? I just I wonder this would be an interesting take to see how you know, how they have the meters when within a debates going on and the people have the meters you what they think. Yeah. I would love to see people who identify as democrat liberals watching for example on on CNN the other day when Anderson Cooper. No. It was Jake tapper Anderson Cooper. I think it was it was tapper was given the walk to ocasio case. Yes, stabber Cortez. And how do you pay for this? And she just wouldn't answer the question. Right, right. It was tapper now, I wonder are liberals. Angry at Anderson Cooper, excuse me. Anderson cooper. Jake tapper for asking that question. Or do. They actually believe that occasional Cortez is completely unqualified and knows nothing about economics. Are they mad at Jake tapper or didn't Chris Cuomo the same thing? Some of the same questions. How do you pay for it going back a few weeks also to Gillam it wasn't Gillam that he was talking to it was Gillard? Okay. All right from Florida. Okay. And asking this. Yes. And couldn't answer the quietly couldn't answer the question. And so that eventually he basically came out and said, we're gonna tax corporations right at a tax the rich. I mean toward the end of it, you know, 'cause 'cause the he walked around it until at the very end he was pushed by Cuomo. But you you have and I'm sure they'd probably a Chris Matthews would be on the same kind of thing being the old time. Democrats say look you can't give everything away for free. We understand. We gotta give we got to portray that we're giving some stuff away. But now you've now the young Democrats are talking about forty trillion. They're talking about doubling the budget every year. Okay. All right. Doubling the budget. So we spent all add another question to our list of questions here. And that is after the banks were bailed out, we noticed something atone unchanged. Even with some on the right? And and it was where they were essentially saying, well, look, if we're going to bail out the banks, and then, you know, the people should get more bailout. I need to get my right to a certain extent. Yes. But if if you look at that are millennials or others other Democrats looking at it going. Well, there's no way we can give everything to everyone. And if I'm not going to get mine, they're not gonna get there's if I'm not going to get everything for free, then they're not going to get everything for free and in their mind. That's how they justified saying, well, we can't give everything away because it's almost like a reverse psychology. You know what I'm saying? I know we're splitting hairs inside of a rabbit hole. Here. We're trying to figure out how liberal Wellink. Futile offer. We don't even know why we're doing it. Hey, it's time if we winds about the sentiment, and and what they're trying I guess to promote or what they want out of a candidate to promote. And that's what it is. Really? That's the question. What will they tune in to to the point of of supporting Cynthia Nixon did not win in New York for a reason number one Cuomo. It is a brand basically she tried to rage against the machine in his work..

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"Eight six six ninety redeye on Gary McNamara along with Eric early in the news today read cabinet. Is one of the finest human beings you ever have the privilege of knowing or meeting. A great intellect a great gentleman and impeccable reputation went to Yale top student. Wendy, Yale Law School top sued. So we got to let it play out. Let it play out as. Think about it. Now, we're it's we're just after four AM central time here on this Friday. And so by which was five o'clock. So it's less than five hours. That's right. Where the the the deadline is going to be set. Now what we know is Grassley talked to the lawyers yesterday Ford's lawyers yesterday, and the lawyers told them that. Well, it looks like we could she's willing Christina Ford. Christine forty me is willing to testify by next Thursday, but cavenaugh has to testify I well, that's ridiculous. That is a nonstarter to begin with why she's making the accusations. You don't put the defense on before you put the prosecution on the prosecution always goes first cavenaugh goes, I to defend himself from what? What's the what's the testimony under oath that he is responding to while he is under oath? That's why he can't do it. I she can't respond to nothing something. That's hasn't happened officially he has to respond, and that by the way, there's a reason it's setup in every process this way, whoever brings the charge goes first. And then you give somebody the time the opportunity to respond. That's that's how it goes. You don't you? Don't have the defense get up there. I am in a court of law and go. Hey, hey, hey, we didn't do it. We'll do what the prosecutors get up and tell you this. These are the charges. This is what we believe this person or these persons did. And in this case in this process. There's a reason that she goes, I it reeks of again, the tactics by the left to delay delay delay and asked for something, you know, you're not gonna get it. It shows that they're not actually serious and Senator gillibrand of New York yesterday saying that she's being silenced. She's not being silenced. The the only person the only group of people getting in the way. Of her speaking, which we were told initially she didn't want to do. But if you want to look at it, the only people that are keeping her from speaking right now are her own lawyers. Yeah. Yep. And as we started the show off with if you look at the Republican side, the Republicans are looking at this and saying look, we have a process here. I supreme court Justice. All right. You have an allegation you have no evidence. We need evidence. You'll have time to promote a here. We'll see if there's any more to it under oath. We'll get we'll give you the courtesy of doing that. But as we know right now, there is no evidence except your allegation that doesn't stop the process. There has to be evidence. Everything is based on evidence. That's been the Republican argument, so far the democrat argument has been white men stink. Right. That's it. That's it was exaggerated. That's it. Guilty because he's a white guy. He's a white male. What the the white man of the judiciary committee? They're white men. And so it all stinks. And so she's either one hundred percent, believable or white men stink. And men should shut up. Yeah. That's what you're getting from the Democrats. And you just you wonder how this. As we look at the midterms when you look at the, and, and we know what it's about for the Democrats. We understand we understand the fact that they don't want somebody who may be a construction est originalist supreme court Justice in there for those of you don't understand what that means. If you haven't followed, you know, that type of language in a supreme court Justice that simply means that you don't put your own opinion into the judgements that you make you look at it. You say does the law say this or does the law not say this and you make your judgments accordingly? You don't put your own personal opinion in I've always objected when they say, well, he's a conservative Justice. No. He's an originalist or construction est you have and Democrats will admit it. Democrats want supreme court justices that will put in and they want judges that will give their opinion. Well. That law. I don't like it. And we believe it's unfair. So I'm going to change a lot of this. You don't get to do that as a judge that is not your constitutional role. And so that's what they object too because they believe. Well, let's be honest. They believed that they cannot convince the majority of the people that their way is right. Therefore, they need the courts to do it. When you can't convince the people. Then what you try to do is you attempt to take over the judiciary with people that will promote their politics in their robes, and that's what we don't want. If there needs to be a change in the constitution. It's made by the people of the United States. Through the constitutional amendment process. It's a living breathing document. Okay. We'll have that debate. Whether it's living and breathing because it actually isn't a live it's law. But if you wish to have that argument, let's have that. Let's have that debate will use that euphemism of a living breathing document. Okay. We'll give you that. All right. Will you believe that a judge should make it a living breathing document? We believe that the constitutional amendment process is what should make a living breathing document. Right. Even though it's really not life. It's you don't have to feed it. That's. It's not like a child or a puppy. No. Well, I mean, again, they always sometimes it's cute. But that's the same thing that corporations aren't people. Well, no. But the people in corporations are people and those people in corporations have free speech rights. What about your right? What about the corporation that made soiling green? Remember when that argument came up when we said good than you can't protect your property taxes because property isn't people. That's right. So you get well. Yeah. But I own the property doesn't matter. That's not the point property isn't people county assessor comes to the door. You all your taxes down house? What is wrong with you turn around to your house? What is wrong with you? Why didn't you pay your taxes? Dumbest argument of all time going to do that once in my life. I'm gonna have to. I'm going to have to. So when I go down to challenge it. I'm going to say, listen, I need you to come here to the house. Why you need to talk to the house asked the house while the house didn't pay. Property taxes. Not Eric tax. Are you the owner the Dow apparently not property isn't people? Ridiculous. Of course, it is. So I mean, it's that's what we're that's what we're dealing with right now. And I just wonder how people will respond. We saw how people responded to it in two thousand sixteen in particular districts now, as you know, Trump has been in office or almost a couple of years and actually what he does. Most days is is. Now becoming the norm. That's what happens in politics that becomes the norm. The only you think about it. One of the reasons that nobody can identify the majority of people can identify, you know, what who the supreme court justices. Most people have no idea of the specifics of all the major issues out there. They may have a general idea of okay, everybody, I know hates Trump. So I have to hate Trump. But they really don't even know why they hate Trump. We've seen some of the television personalities go out there with things that Obama said and said Trump said this it's terrible. And they go out with some of the things that that, you know, Trump said, and they said Obama said this, and it's like, oh, that's wonderful. That's just fantastic. It's Trump's personality that they hey, it's the words that he hates that they hate it's the tone that he hates. But as we said, he's a quite moderate when you look at the president's over the last one hundred years the things that he's actually done and promoted are totally in the norm of American politics. And you know, and so I just wonder after two years it's going to be interesting to see how the country responds to it. Because the Democrats really don't have a message yet after two years. They're not looking insane. What are the problems of the heartland? No. It's free stuff. That's it. I mean, that's what they're promoting. Now. The there was nowhere else to go for them. Frankly. Now there wasn't you know, with with the promise of an I think they'll probably look back. You know, and and may already be doing this behind closed doors, but eventually out in the open, the Democrats of the future will look back, and and the, and this might be in fact talk talked about openly in twenty twenty and say, listen while we love President Obama and believe he was on the right track. He didn't go far enough. You know, that that's what they'll they'll criticize him for not well promoting single payer to begin with Medicare for all whatever you wanna call it. They will they will say that he didn't promote taxing the rich even even greater or he didn't do enough in his first two years while he had the Democrats on his side. He didn't get the things done that he should have gotten done especially in those first two two years. And and and they'll promote them on the things that he didn't give away. What what do you? I just I wonder this would be an interesting take to see how you know how they have the meters. When within a debates going on in the people have the meters, you what they think. Yeah. I would love to see people who identify as democrat liberals watching for example. On on CNN the other day when Anderson Cooper. Jake, tapper Anderson Cooper. I think it was it was tapper that was given the walk to ocasio chaser. Yes. Tampa or Cortez, and how do you pay for this? And she wouldn't answer the question right right now. I wonder are liberals angry at Anderson Cooper Anderson Cooper. Jake tapper for asking that question. Or do. They actually believe that occasional Cortez is completely unqualified and knows nothing about economics. Are they mad at Jake tapper or didn't Chris Cuomo, which is the same thing? Then he asked some of the same questions. How do you pay for it going back a few weeks also too okay with Guillem? It wasn't a Gillam that he was talking to it was going Gillard. Okay. All right from Florida. Okay. And asking this. Yes. And couldn't answer the quietly couldn't answer the question. And so that eventually he basically came out and said, we're going to tax corporations right attacks, the rich. I mean toward the end of it, you know, 'cause 'cause the he walked around it until at the very end he was pushed by Cuomo. But you you have an I'm sure they'd probably a Chris Matthews would be in the same kind of thing being the old time. Democrats say look you can't give everything away for free. We understand. We gotta give we got to portray that we're giving some stuff away. But now you've now the young Democrats are talking about forty trillion. They're talking about doubling the budget every year. Okay. All right. Doubling the budget. So we spent all add another question to our list of questions here. And that is after the banks were bailed out we noticed something a tone of change, even with some on the right? And and it was where they were essentially saying, well, look, if we're going to bail out the banks, and then, you know, the people should get more bailout. I need to get mine right to a certain extent. Yes. But if if you look at that, PR millennials or others other Democrats looking at it going. Well, there's no way we can give everything to everyone. And if I'm not going to get mine, they're not gonna get there's if I'm not going to get everything for free, then they're not going to get everything for free and in their mind. That's how they justified saying, well, we can't give everything away because it's almost like a reverse psychology. You know what I'm saying? I know we're splitting hairs inside of a rabbit bull here. We're trying to figure out how liberal Wellink. Few laughing. We don't even know why we're doing it. Hey, it's time. If we it's about the sentiment, and and what they're trying I guess to promote or what they want out of a candidate to promote. And that's what it is. Really? That's the question. What will they tune into to the point of of supporting Cynthia Nixon did not win in New York for reason number one Cuomo is a brand basically she tried to rage against the machine in work. And and so you know, you can talk about New York fourteen. But that's really not the future of the party. And why is? It's the loudest part of the party, but it's not the future. So the question is will it drive anything in well, November two thousand eighteen or November of twenty twenty on a big level for the Democrats?.

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"A great gentleman and impeccable reputation went to Yale top student. Wendy, Yale Law School top sued. So we got to let it play out. But I wanna tell you. He is a fine fine person and the negotiations are continuing Kenny you just saw report from NPR. They Republicans are telling Dr Ford's attorneys, there are two of your conditions that we will not agree to what are the right cavenaugh must be questioned. I that's a nonstarter and raising the prospect of subpoenaing witnesses like the friend, Mark judge. According to NPR, the Senate committee said that's not going to happen. Those two points starters. Let's go to Danny and dripping springs nine fifty two. Hey, danny. Good morning. Welcome. Happy friday. Happy friday. Of the country on vacation returned to hear about that that person that assaulted and tortured those women. Yes, I'm not sure when I heard it was yesterday or this morning. I heard it at least this morning, but it wasn't until your show on the last mentioned that that he was a he was an illegal alien about that was a rather inconvenient omission. That was and that was an local news this morning. I heard it here on TV news. I didn't find out until just now that he was a legal that's concerning because the constitution its predicate on the system of checks and balances everybody's supposed to check. So nobody gets to a powerful with a media having oversight of everything if the media begins to tell to a certain direction that is very dangerous for our country moving forward. Yeah. You you will see a number of news accounts that do not ever mention that someone is in the country illegally. They intentionally omit that in reporting certain stories, and that's what you say. That's not accidental that is intentional that is. In the bigger picture. What is that big? And that puts us our country in in grave danger. I think several people said there any countries only one generation away from communism or socially, whatever the case is. So that is that is a highly relevant point of information that a guy who's been deported five different times goes on this reign of terror against US citizens censor. Let's members of the media like our city council is looking the other way and these kind of situations. Right. Kenny, and I continue right after the top of the hour news right here on NewsRadio. KLBJ Don show. One.

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"News time, eight forty eight President Trump at a campaign rally in Las Vegas last night weighed in on his embattled supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh a great intellect. A great gentlemen and impeccable reputation went to Yale top student. Wendy, Yale Law School top sued. So we gotta let it play out. But I wanna tell you. He is a fine fine person. Senate Judiciary chair. Chuck Grassley had set a deadline of ten this morning to hear from Kavanagh's accuser. Christine blazey four on whether she would testify, right. Kevin applies to testify on Monday. And we'll denied the allegations he sexually assaulted Christine Blasi Ford when they were both teenagers. Ford says she might testify Thursday, the cavenaugh should testify I and that she won't be in the same room as him Senate Judiciary committee chairman Chuck Grassley is consulting with his colleagues about whether the committee will meet those conditions. Whether Cavanaugh will be the only one who testifies on Monday, or whether the hearing will happen at all, Linda Kenyon, Washington wins news time, eight forty nine. Investigators for a special counsel. Robert Muller have been questioning President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen as part of the Russia investigation, the focus of the meetings, which have taken place in New York and Washington all aspects of Trump's dealings with Russia, including business deals and also about allegations of collusion during the two thousand sixteen campaign giving Cohen's longtime working. With Trump and his family business. Some is senators believe he potentially represents a significant legal threat. He's already pleaded guilty to campaign finance crimes for paying our women. Just before the election. Court. He did it at the direction of Donald Trump Pierre Thomas police in Syracuse say five people were shot during an outside memorial service for a neighbor who died of cancer, an eight year old girl was among the victims here. Syracuse mayor Ben Walsh, this senseless violence impacts the entire community. And it's just that it's senseless and I'm angry the chief is angry. The people around us are angry. The victims are all in stable condition. Expected to survive police have not confirmed the number of shooters or revealed a possible motive wins news time, eight fifty world leaders gathering Manhattan next week and New Yorkers know what that means more security and gridlock, technically, the seventy third session of the UN general assembly already began New York City police department intelligence chief Tom Galati, the busiest time for this event is going to be on Monday September twenty four th through Saturday September twenty-ninth where will we having a well over one hundred motorcades rolling every single day with the president staying at his home inside. Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue.

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"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. We're watching a high stakes negotiation a lawyer for Christine Blasi Ford is negotiating terms for her appearance before the Senate Judiciary committee. She was on the phone. The lawyer was yesterday with staff for Senator Chuck Grassley. He's the Senator who's committee is considering the nomination to the supreme court of Brett Cavanaugh, and of course, Christine Blasi Ford has accused cavenaugh sexual assault decades ago when they were in high school Grassley would like a hearing on Monday Christine Blasi Ford's lawyer now says maybe Thursday under certain conditions, and the committee chairman says he is committed to a fair forum NPR White House correspondent, Scott Horsely is on the line, Scott. Good morning. Good morning. Steve. What makes the details of exactly what day and exactly how they testify matter so much. We'll everyone here is jockeying to present their side of the story in the best possible light for Blasi four. She's trying to avoid having this turn into a. A lopsided? He said she said contest, the Senate Republicans are also trying to look like to try to avoid looking as if they're railroading a vulnerable victim of sexual assault. Since Ford came pub went went public with her accusations against Brett Cavanaugh last Sunday. She has received death threats she and her family have been hounded out of their home. So her attorney says she very much wants to have a setting that is fair and that ensures her safety for Cavanaugh who denies all these allegations. He wants to have the hearing as soon as possible. So he gets a chance to clear his name. Well, let me figure this out there. Details at Blasi for his lawyers asked for for example, the two witnesses shouldn't be in the same room at the same time. But there also seems to be a big concession here that she is willing to have her client testify sometime next week has she backed down from an earlier demand for a full FBI investigation before she testifies. Well, her attorney says that still her strong preference. But it is no longer an absolute precondition, and that's a big change over the last day or so for a while looked as if that demand might be a showstopper here because Ford wanted an FBI probe before. She testified the FBI said it didn't do that kind of work. Senate Republicans didn't want to have that kind of investigation. And so it looked as if cavenaugh might just skate to a confirmation hearing confirmation vote next week albeit under some cloud of suspicion. Now, it appears Ford is willing to testify without that preliminary investigation. And so the timing of a Senate vote is now again up in the air. And remember the supreme court is due to start its full term a week from Monday. How might the hearing go assuming they're finally as a hearing? That's the big question that we're still waiting to see. And that's what the subject of these negotiations is as as you mentioned Chuck Grassley, the Republican chairman of the committee says he is committed to a forum that is fair to both Ford and cavenaugh we're waiting to see what that might look like will there be more than just those two witnesses will the committee here from others. We know they've already reached out to Mark judge a classmate of Kavanagh's who Ford has said was present at the assault. Judge has denied that the committees also reached out to to others who were said to be at the house party where this allegedly took place. There's also a question of whether the committee's Republican senators, all of whom are men would do the questioning themselves or would they bring in an outside counsel, perhaps a woman to join in. So all that still being worked out. So as all this is happening. President Trump spoke up last night praising Brad Kavanagh a campaign rally in Las Vegas. Let's listen a great intellect. A great gentleman and impeccable reputation went to Yale top student. Wendy, Yale Law School top sued. So we gotta let it play out. But I want to tell you. He is a fine fine person spoke up for cavenaugh, but has not attacked Blasi four directly. Yes. And that's a break from the president's usual MO as a counterpuncher of hitting back hard against those who attack him or his associates, but it's consistent with the tone that Trump and his team of adopted all this week White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said the beginning of the week that Ford should not be insulted. She should be listened to. And so for the moment at least the president is sticking to that playbook. Scott. Thanks for updating us. Really appreciate it. You're welcome. Steve that's NPR's. Scott horsely. This next story takes us to east Africa to the waters of Lake Victoria, the lake is enormous just a little smaller than lake. Superior spread across three parts spread across parts of three countries. The waters of the Nile flow out of it on this tropical lake near the shore of Tanzania a ferry boat was carrying hundreds of passengers when something went very wrong NPR's Africa correspondent Quist arcton joins us. Now. Fabien pick it up from there. What happened? Greetings, Rachel will. We're told that up to two hundred people may have drowned in that recovery efforts have resumed the MVP really ferry overturned as you said near the shore of Okada. It's this overloaded vessel tipped over when the crowds onboard new to one side as the ferry dogged as we say exact figures are not sure. Yet. But that is how it looks as if this accident this disaster happened how were the recovery efforts going? Well, they have managed apparently to recover even more people. But apparently the ferry was especially busy because it was market day in Bogor Laura now these islands how close to Tanzania's second largest city of ones are. So a lot was happening. And it's not this. It's not the first time that Tanzania has seen this sort of nautical disaster in the waters of Lake Victoria, you say there this has happened before. I mean, there have been ferry accidents. What a what what is it with these ferries? Are they are they not stable? What's the problem here often? It's because too many people are allowed on board. And it's not just Tanzania. Just nearby Democratic Republic of Congo. We hear quite often of accidents. Skin. And of course, the families of the survivors will want to know what's going on. But I think it's too easy to say right now, what is going to happen. How many people have died? How many people have managed to hang on and survive back in one thousand nine hundred ninety six eight hundred people died when v macabre capsized on Lake Victoria. And it was one of the worst ferry disasters in the last century. But you know, you sometimes have people who literally killing on hundred survive in twenty twelve they were found clinging onto mattresses and fridges in Zanzibar off the coast of Zanzibar. So we're going to have to wait to see whether people have managed to survive in the same way or whether they went under and drowned NPR's ofeibea Quist arcton. Thank you so much. Always a pleasure. Thank you..

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"News continues. It is the twenty first day of September and President Donald Trump appearing at a boisterous rally in Las Vegas defended. His embattled supreme court Justice nominee touted the economy and cited progress in talks with North Korea all while making a pitch for Nevada to reelect Senator dean Heller Trump in particular focused on his pitch for Heller on the need to confirm more conservative judges in particular nominee. Brad Kavanagh who's been dogged by allegations that he sexually assaulted a young woman while in high school. And I'm not saying anything about anybody else. But I want to tell you that Brett cavern is one of the finest human beings you ever have the privilege of knowing or meeting. Hey, great intellect. A great gentlemen and impeccable reputation. Top student, Wendy L law school tops. So we got to let it play out. But I wanna tell you. He is a fine fine person. So. He's got tremendous support. I can tell you that tremendous just like Neil Gorsuch. Who's now on the supreme court has tremendous. So we'll let it play out. And I think everything's going to be just fine. This is a high quality person. Ahead of that rally..

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"A great gentleman and impeccable reputation. Went to Yale top student. Wendy, Yale Law School top sued. So we gotta let it play out. But I wanna tell you. He is a fine fine person. Time seven twenty five a special counsel Robert Muller's team, so grilling President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen as part of their Russia investigation. Here's Pierre Thomas. He's the president's former attorney and fixer aside for ten years in his business in this campaign wants thing he would take a bullet for Donald Trump. I'll do anything to protect Mr. Trump. But sources tell ABC news Cohen is now cooperating with special counsel, Robert Muller, sitting down for hours of interviews over the past month, the focus of the meetings, which have taken place in New York and Washington all aspects of Trump's dealings with Russia, including business deals also about allegations of collusion during the two thousand sixteen campaign wins news time, seven twenty six MoneyWatch. Now live on ten ten wins with Andrew O'day yet. Another top executive is leaving tesla. Sources tell Bloomberg this time, it's Liam O'Connor. The company's vice president of global supply management's O'Connor. Join tesla three and a half years ago from apple is exit makes him at least the fifth senior executive quitting within the span of a few weeks this month Tesla's chief, accounting officer and heads of HR and communication of left. The departure of the vice president of worldwide finances affective early next month scandals including the creation of phony accounts and collection of dubiously obtained bonuses we'll take a toll on Wells, Fargo's employees, giant Bank will become a little less giant over the next three years as reduces payroll by five to ten percent based on the most recent public tally of the company's headcount a ten percent cut would affect more than twenty three thousand. Wells Fargo positions stock pizzas right now mixing it. That'd be futures down one. Nasdaq futures down three Dow futures up fifteen money wants to twenty six and fifty six past every hour. I'm Andrew O'day for ten ten wins wins. News time, seven twenty-seven. What does your morning sound like? She's finally asleep..

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"Sixty seven degrees and breaks of sun in the afternoon when it will be more humid and the high seventy four wins news time, six forty eight. President Trump at a campaign rally in Las Vegas last night weighed in on his embattled supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh a great intellect. A great gentleman an impeccable reputation went to Yale top student. Wendy, Yale Law School top sued. So we got to let it play out. But I wanna tell you. He is a fine fine person. Senate Judiciary chair. Chuck Grassley had set a deadline of ten this morning to hear from Kavanagh's accuser. Christine blazing Ford on whether she would testify at cavenaugh plans to testify on Monday. And we'll deny the allegations he sexually assaulted Christine Blasi Ford when they were both teenagers Ford says she might testify Thursday to cavenaugh should testify. I and that she won't be in the same room as him Senate Judiciary committee chairman Chuck Grassley is consulting with his colleagues about whether the committee will meet those conditions. Whether Cavanaugh will be the only one who testifies on Monday, or whether the hearing will happen at all, Linda Kenyon, Washington wins news time, six forty nine. Investigators for a special counsel. Robert Muller have been questioning President Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen has part of the Russia investigation, the focus of the meetings, which have taken place in New York and Washington all aspects of Trump's dealings with Russia, including business deals and also about allegations of collusion during the two thousand sixteen Cam. Pain given Cohen's longtime working with Trump and his family business. Some is senators believe he potentially represents a significant legal threat. He's already pleaded guilty to campaign finance crimes for paying our women. Just before the election telling the court, he did it at the direction of Donald Trump. That's correspondent Pierre Thomas wins. News time six fifty police in Syracuse say five people were shot during an outside memorial service for a neighbor who died of cancer an eight-year-old girl is among the victims here. Syracuse mayor Ben Walsh, this senseless violence impacts the entire community. And it's just that it's senseless and I'm angry the chief is angry. The people around us angry all the victims are in stable condition. Expected to survive police have not confirmed the number of shooters or revealed a possible motive world leaders gather Manhattan next week and New Yorkers know what that means not only stepped up security, but gridlock, technically, the seventy third session of. Of the UN general assembly already began New York City police department intelligence chief Tom Galati, the busiest time for this event is going to be on Monday September twenty four th through Saturday September twenty-ninth where will we having a well over one hundred motorcades rolling every single day with the president staying at his home inside Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue next week and more than one hundred eighty heads of state in town, the east side of Manhattan will be the scene of roving lockdowns for more than a week. There are no specific or credible threats at this time. They've partnered with the FBI secret service as they always do to make sure that the U N G A goes this monthly as possible. Steve kastenbaum. New York wins news time, six fifty one..

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"Hundred thousand complaints Palani in the Bronx. Call the Brian Lehrer show. It's a very scary experience. If you challenge over an hour late and the city can't get in touch with the contractor that they've contacted shake your kids home from school next time. We'll ask me the Blasio about that and more and we'll follow developments in the supreme court. Combination drama. The Brian Lehrer show at ten AM on WNYC. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. We're watching a high stakes negotiation a lawyer for Christine Blasi Ford is negotiating terms for her appearance before the Senate Judiciary committee. She was on the phone. The lawyer was yesterday with staff for Senator Chuck Grassley. He's the Senator who's committee is considering the nomination to the supreme court of Brett Cavanaugh, and of course, Christine Blasi Ford has accused Cavanaugh sexual assault decades ago when they were in highschool Grassley would like a hearing on Monday Christine Blasi Ford's lawyer now says maybe Thursday under certain conditions, and the committee chairman says he is committed to a fair forum NPR White House correspondent, Scott Horsely is on the line, Scott. Good morning. Good morning. Steve. What makes the details of exactly what day and exactly how they testify matter so much, well, everyone here is jockeying to present their side of the story in the best possible light for Blasi four. She's trying to avoid having this turned into a. Lopsided? He said she said contest, the Senate Republicans are also trying to look like to try to avoid looking as if they're railroading a vulnerable victim of sexual assault. Since Ford came pub went went public with her accusations against a brick cavenaugh last Sunday, she has received death threats she and her family had been hounded out of their home. So her attorney says she very much wants to have a setting that is fair and that ensures her safety for Cavanaugh who denies all these allegations. He wants to have the hearing as soon as possible. So he gets a chance to clear his name. Well, let me figure this out there. Details plsy fours lawyers asked for for example, the two witnesses shouldn't be in the same room at the same time. But there also seems to be a big concession here that she is willing to ever client testify sometime next week has she backed down from an earlier demand for a full FBI investigation before she testifies. Well, her attorney says that still her strong preference. But it is no longer an absolute precondition, and that's a big change over the last day or so for a while looked as if that demand might be a showstopper here because Ford wanted an FBI pro before. She testified the FBI didn't do that kind of work. Senate Republicans didn't want to have that kind of investigation. And so it looked as if cavenaugh might just skate to a confirmation hearing confirmation vote next week albeit under some cloud of suspicion. Now, it appears Ford is willing to testify without that preliminary investigation. And so the timing of a Senate vote is now again up in the air. And remember the supreme court is due to start its fall term a week from Monday. How might the hearing go assuming they're finally as a hearing? That's the big question that we're still waiting to see. And that's what the subject of these negotiations is as as you mentioned Chuck Grassley, the Republican chairman of the committee says he is committed to a forum that is fair to both Ford and cavenaugh we're waiting to see what that might look like will there be more than just those two witnesses will the committee here from others. We know they've already reached out to Mark judge a classmate of Kavanagh's who Ford has said was present at the salt judge has denied that the committees also reached out to to others who were said to be at the house party where this allegedly took place. There's also a question of whether the committee's Republican senators all of whom are man would do the questioning themselves or would they bring in an outside counsel, perhaps a woman to join in. So all that still being worked out. So as all this is happening. President Trump spoke up last night praising Brad Kavanagh a campaign rally in Las Vegas. Let's listen a great intellect. A great gentleman and impeccable reputation went to Yale top student. Wendy, Yale Law School top sued. So we gotta let it play out. But I wanna tell you. He is a fine fine person spoke up for cavenaugh, but has not attacked Blasi four directly. Yes. And that's a break from the president's usual MO as a counterpuncher of hitting back hard against those who attack him or his associates, but it's consistent with the tone that Trump and his team of adopted all this week White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said the beginning of the week that Ford should not be insulted. She should be listened to. And so for the moment at least the president is sticking to that playbook. Scott. Thanks for updating us. Really appreciate it. You're welcome. Steve for that's NPR's. Scott Horsely this summer Spain agreed to take in a ship of six hundred migrants that had been turned away from Italy. In the months since Spain has become the destination of choice for migrants from Asia and Africa more than thirty five thousand people have crossed into that country either by land or sea reporter Lucia benefit as has been finding that Spain was not prepared academically fella heaviness since he's go rhino is showing me around a colorful two story building with an outdoor courtyard. It's the refugee centre run by the Spanish commission for refugee help in Malaga. Then a group of about a dozen migrants. Walk-in all in matching black hoodie since wet pants given to them by the Red Cross. See noise taken aback. He was not expecting them. He says they could be from the boat that arrived earlier that morning or the day before he isn't sure this constant flow of migrants has been common this summer as Spain experienced a surge in arrivals triple what they saw last year when I asked if the country was prepared for this increase consumer was quick to respond. No. No. Spain is improvised things is known that arrivals would increase the summer. Things could have been done better refugee centers in Spain southern region of the Lucia are overcrowded and temporary centers with makeshift tents have been set up to deal with the influx of people. See no says he expects the flow of migrants to continue finnick. We we'd if people need to fleet fleet. And the look for whatever route they can join is one of those migrants. She arrived at the center late August, the soft-spoken twenty year old from a small village in Nigeria. She's eight months pregnant her protruding belly seems almost out of place for such a small framed woman. They shade. A children's toasty assist. Won't goody has applied for asylum. A process that can take months she left Nigeria on her own two years ago. She says she was raped at age fifteen and gave birth to a daughter that she's left with friends. She doesn't tell me much about her trip but puts her face in her hands and shakes her head. When it gets brought up is difficult to see. There's. I believe that I ever to walkway though, human as is the mayor said advisor on social rights. He agrees that Spain was not prepared for the increase of arrivals and the city of Malaga is still asking for funds and resources from Madrid. He believes feigns new socialist government made a mistake when they took in some of the rescue vessels that were turned away by Italy and Malta, but if you gave up immediately. Spain with openness borders to let all migrants in that has resulted in a pull factor situation. The moms triple the number of migrants coming in compared to last year Fancisco casino of the refugee center says this idea of pull factors actions that incentivize migrants to cross is unfounded, he talks instead of push factors. The reason why people flee their country in the first place. He worries that talking about the increasing migrant arrivals as an invasion or a crisis could lead to anti immigrant rhetoric the trend towards nationalism and right wing populism across Europe. He says is fresh on his mind typical Bundy it's really worse because I didn't think it could happen in Italy. I don't think it can happen in Spain. However, I'm starting to have my doubts then Seino says there were times this summer when there were so many migrants that Malaga's refugee centres simply didn't have room for all of them. When I ask if it feels more organized now, he chuckles and says only a little bit for NPR news. I'm Lucia this in Malaga..

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"And impeccable reputation went to Yale top student, Wendy L law school top sued. It's arguably President Trump's most tangible legislative achievement. But some Republicans believe they might have a hard time running on tax cuts in the November midterms. Bloomberg's Nathan Hager explains we've lost the messaging battle. That's what the Republic. National committee saying in an internal poll about last year's tax cuts and jobs act. The survey conducted by the GOP firm public opinion strategies and obtained by Bloomberg news shows voters are split on whether they approve of the tax overhaul forty four percent favorite while forty five percent oppose but ask who benefits from the new tax law. Sixty one percent, say large corporations and rich Americans. Just thirty percent say middle class families in Washington, I'm Nathan Hager, Bloomberg radio investigators working for special counsel. Robert Muller are said to have interviewed President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen. According to people familiar with the matter Cohen was asked by investigators about Trump's business and any business dealings with Russia. Florence has come and gone. But her facts are still being felt North Carolina. Governor ROY Cooper says a state of emergency will not be lifted anytime soon Cooper says rising floodwaters are proving to be more deadly than at the height of the storm many storm deaths occur. After the storm has passed especially wouldn't rivers overflow their banks or when people try to cross flat flooded roads or drive around barricades. A New Jersey sheriff recorded making disparaging remarks about blacks and the states, I seek attorney general apologize last night for his comments in a statement released. By spokesman Bergen county sheriff Michael Savino. So the remarks were not Representative of the person that I am global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg. Bob. Thank.

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"wendy l law school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"wendy l law school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"This twenty first day of September. Thirty four minutes past the hour. President Donald Trump appearing at a boisterous rally in Las Vegas defended. His embattled supreme court Justice nominee, touted the booming stock market and cited progress in talks with North Korea. He also pledged to build as long promised border wall. All while making the pitch for Nevada to reelect Senator dean Heller Trump in particular focused, his pits for Heller on the need to confirm more conservative judges in particular supreme court nominee, bright Kavanagh who's been dogged by allegations that he sexually assaulted a young woman while in high school, and I'm not saying anything about anybody else. But I want to tell you that Brett caviar is one of the finest human beings, you will ever have the privilege of knowing or meeting. A great intellect. A great gentleman and impeccable reputation. Went to Yale top student, Wendy L law school top sued. So we got to let it play out. But I wanna tell you. He is a fine fine person. So. He's got tremendous support. I can tell you that tremendous just like Neil Gorsuch who is now on the supreme court has tremendous. So we'll let it play out. And I think everything's going to be just fine. This is a high quality person. Ahead of that rally..

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"wendy l law school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"wendy l law school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Twenty NPR news and the New York conversation. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. It's still unclear if Christine Blasi Ford will appear before the Senate Judiciary committee next week. Her attorneys are negotiating the terms. The committee wants to hear from Ford and US supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh on Monday Ford is accusing cavenaugh of sexually assaulting her. When the two were in high school, something Cavanaugh says he categorically denies at an appearance in Nevada last night. President Trump reaffirmed his support for the federal appeals court. Judge a great gentleman and impeccable reputation went to Yale top student. Wendy, Yale Law School top sued. So we gotta let it play out. But I wanna tell you. He is a fine fine person. State run media in Vietnam say the country's president has died following a long illness. As Michael Sullivan reports. The cause of death was not disclosed trendy Kwong became president in two thousand sixteen a largely ceremonial post as the public face of Vietnam to the international community, but he was still considered to be one of the foremost powerful men in the one party state. His previous post was as minister of public security, a powerful position in a ministry was sweeping powers to root out enemies, domestic and foreign Quang had been rumored to be sick for months. He was sixty one years old. This is NPR news from Washington. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm Richard Hake. Good morning. It's five thirty one. Sixty seven degrees calling Joe per Coco's corruption corrosive to public confidence in government a federal judge sentence. Governor Cuomo's former right hand man to six years in prison. WNYC's Fred mogul reports. A jury in March convicted per cocoa on to council fraud and one of soliciting bribes in schemes to help companies doing business with New York state per cocoa has worked in Albany for decades going back to governor. Mario Cuomo in asking for a relatively light sentence for per cocoa. His attorney said he was a good man who'd largely dedicated his life to public service until he stepped out of line. And he said prosecutors had been cynical in their depictions of per cocoa as Cuomo's henchmen judge. Valerie Caproni was having none of it. She said per Coco's actions were born of arrogance and greed and in trading influence for hundreds of thousands of dollars his corruption increased public cynicism about all the knee, the Roman Catholic. Archdiocese of New York is hired a former federal judge to review its procedures for handling allegations of employee's engaging in sexual abuse cardinal Timothy Dolan announced the appointment of Barbara Jones yesterday, WNYC's Mara. Silvers says the cardinal says Catholics in New York are demanding accountability transparency and action from church leadership. And he said that.

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"wendy l law school" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

15:39 min | 2 years ago

"wendy l law school" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Eight six six ninety redeye I'm Gary McNamara along with Eric early in the news today. Read cabinet is one of the finest human beings, you will ever have the privilege of knowing or meeting. A great intellect a great gentleman an impeccable reputation. Top student. Wendy, Yale Law School top sued. So we got to let it play out. Oh, let it play out as you think about it. Now, we're it's we're just after four AM central time here on this Friday. And so by which is five o'clock. So it's less than five hours. That's right. Where the the the deadlines going to be set. Now what we know is Grassley talked to the lawyers yesterday Ford's lawyers yesterday, and the lawyers told them that. Well, it looks like we could she's willing Christina Ford. Christine forty me is willing to testify by next Thursday, but cavenaugh has to testify I well, that's ridiculous. That is a nonstarter to begin with why she's making the accusations. You don't put the defense on before you put the prosecution on the prosecution always goes first cavenaugh goes, I to defend himself from what? What's the what's the testimony under oath that he is responding to while he is under oath? He can't. That's why he can't do it. I he can't respond to nothing something. That's hasn't happened officially he has to respond and that by the way, there's a reason of its setup in every process this way, whoever brings the charge goes first. And then you give somebody the time the opportunity to respond. That's that's how it goes. You don't you don't have the defense get up there. I in a court of law and go. Hey, hey, hey, we didn't do it. We'll do what the prosecutors get up and tell you this. These are the charges. This is what we believe this person or these persons dead. And in this case in this process. There's a reason that she goes, I it reeks of again the tactics by the left to delay delay delay and ask for something. You know, you're not gonna get it. It shows it they're not actually serious and Senator gillibrand of New York yesterday saying that she's been silenced. She's not being silenced. The the only person the only group of people getting in the way. Of her speaking, which we were told initially she didn't want to do. But if you wanna look at it, the only people that are keeping her from speaking right now are her own lawyers. Yeah. Yup. And as we started the show off with if you look at the Republican side Republicans are looking at this insane. Look, we have a process here. I supreme court Justice. All right. You have an allegation you have no evidence. We need evidence. You'll have time to promote it here. We'll see if there's any more to it under oath. We'll get we'll give you the courtesy of doing it. But as we know right now, there is no evidence except your allegation that doesn't stop the process. There has to be evidence. Everything is based on evidence. That's been the Republican arguments. So far, the democrat argument has been white men stink. Right. That's it. That's it was exaggerated. That's it. He's guilty. Because he's a white guy is a white male. The the white men of the judiciary committee. They're white, man. And so it all stinks. And so she's either one hundred percent, believable or white men stink. And men should shut up. Yeah. That's what you're getting from the Democrats. And you just you wonder how this. As we look at the midterms when you look at the, and, and we know what it's about for the Democrats. We understand we understand the fact that they don't want somebody who may be a construction est originalist supreme court Justice in there. And for those of you that don't understand what that means. If you haven't, you know, followed, you know, that type of language in a supreme court Justice that simply means that you don't put your own opinion into the judgements that you make you look at it. You say does the law say this or does the law not say this and you make your judgments accordingly? You don't put your own personal opinion in I've always objected when they say, well, he's a conservative Justice. No. He's an originalist or Reconstructionist you have and Democrats admit, it Democrats want supreme court justices that will put in and they want judges that will give their opinion. Well that law I don't like it, and we believe it's unfair. So I'm going to change a lot of this. You don't get to do that. As a judge that is not your constitutional role. And so that's what they object too because they believe. Well, let's be honest. They believe that they cannot convince the majority of the people that their way is right. Therefore, they need the courts to do it. When you can't convince the people. Then what you try to do is you attempt to take over the judiciary with people that will promote their politics in their robes, and that's what we don't want. If there needs to be a change in the constitution. It's made by the people of the United States. Through the constitutional amendment process. It's a living breathing document. Okay. We'll have that debate. Whether it's living and breathing because it actually isn't alive. It's law. But if you wish to have that argument, that's let's let's have that debate will use that euphemism of a living breathing document. Okay. We'll give you that. All right. Will you believe that a judge should make it a living breathing document? We believe that the constitutional amendment process is what should make a living breathing document. Right. Even though it's really not life. It's jones. You don't have to feed it. That's. It's not like a child or a puppy. Well, I mean, again, they always sometimes it's cute. But that's the same thing that corporations aren't people. Well, no. But the people in corporations are people and those people in corporations have free speech rights. What about your right? What about the corporation that made soiling green? Remember when that argument came up when we said good, then you can't protest your property taxes, right because property, isn't people. That's right. So you get. Yeah. But I own the property doesn't matter. That's not the point property isn't people county tax assessor comes to the door. You all your taxes are down to the house. What is wrong with you turn around to your house? What is wrong with you? Why didn't you pay your taxes? Dumbest argument of all time gonna do that once in my life. I'm going to have to. I'm gonna have to. So when I go down to challenge it. I'm going to say, listen, I need you to come here to the house. Why you need to talk to the house asked the house while the house didn't pay. Property taxes. Not Eric tax. Are you the honored out apparently not property isn't people? Ridiculous. Of course, it is. So I mean, it's that's what we're that's what we're dealing with right now. And I just wonder how people were we saw people responded to it in two thousand sixteen in particular districts now, as you know, Trump has been in office or almost a couple of years. Actually what he does. Most days is is. Now becoming the norm. That's what happens in politics that becomes the norm. The only you think about it. One of the reasons that nobody can identify the majority of people can identify, you know, what who the supreme court justices. Most people have no idea of the specifics of all the major issues out there. They may have a general idea of okay, everybody, I know hates Trump. So I have to hate Trump. But they really don't even know why they hate Trump. We've seen the some of the television personalities go out there with things that Obama said and said Trump said this ED's terrible. And they go out with some of the things that that, you know, Trump said, and they said Obama said this, and it's like, oh, that's wonderful. That's just fantastic. It's Trump's personality that they hey, it's the words that he hates that they hate it's the tone that he hates. But as we said, he's a quite moderate when you look at the president's over the last one hundred years the things that he's actually done and promoted are totally in the norm of American politics. And you know, and so I just wonder after two years it's going to be interesting to see how the country responds to it. Because the Democrats really don't have a message yet after two years. They're not looking insane. What are the problems of the heartland? No. It's free stuff. That's it. I mean, that's what they're promoting. Now. There was nowhere else to go for them. Frankly. No there wasn't you know, with with the promise of an I think they'll probably look back. You know, and and may already be doing this behind closed doors, but eventually out in the open, the Democrats of the future will look back, and and the, and this might be in fact talk talked about openly in twenty twenty and say, listen while we love President Obama and believe he was on the right track. He didn't go far enough. You know, that that's what they'll they'll criticize him for not well, you know, promoting single payer to begin with Medicare for all whatever you wanna call it. They will they will say that he didn't promote taxing the rich even even greater or he didn't do enough in his first two years while he had the Democrats on his side. He didn't get the things done that he should have gotten done especially in those first two two years. And and and they'll promote them on the things that he didn't give away. What do you? I just I wonder this would be an interesting take to see how you know, how they have the meters when debates going on and the people had the meters, you what they think I would love to see people who identify as democrat liberals watching for example on on CNN the other day when Anderson Cooper. Ever. Jake, tapper Anderson Cooper. I think it was it was tapper was given the walk to ocasio qualification. Yes, Fabra guy so Cortez, and how do you pay for this? And she just wouldn't answer the question right right now. I wonder are liberals angry at Anderson Cooper Anderson Cooper. Jake tapper for asking that question. Or do. They actually believe that Keizo Cortes is completely unqualified and knows nothing about economics. Are they mad at Jake tapper or didn't Chris Cuomo do the same thing? Didn't he has some of the same questions? How do you pay for it going back a few weeks to okay Gillam? It wasn't him that he was talking to it was going visit Gillard. Okay. All right from Florida. Okay. And asking this, and yes and couldn't answer the quietly couldn't answer the question. And so that would eventually he basically came out and said, we're gonna tax corporations right attacks, the rich. I mean toward the end of it, you know, 'cause 'cause he walked around it until at the very end he was pushed by Cuomo. But you you have and I'm sure they'd probably a Chris Matthews would be on the same kind of thing being the old time democrat, Saint look you can't give everything away for free. Right. We understand. We gotta give we portray that. We're giving some stuff away. But now you've now the young Democrats are talking about forty trillion. They're talking about doubling the budget. Yeah. Every year. Okay. All right. Doubling the budget. So we spend I'll add another question to our list of questions here. And that is after the banks were bailed out we notice something a tone of chains. Even with some on the right? And and it was where they were essentially saying, look, if we're going to bail out the banks, and then, you know, the people should get more bailout. I need to give my right to a certain extent. Yes. But if if you look at that. P R millennials or others. Other Democrats looking at it going. Well, there's no way we can give everything to everyone. And if I'm not going to get mine, they're not gonna get there's if I'm not going to get everything for free, then they're not going to get everything for free and in their mind. That's how they justify saying. Well, we can't give everything away. Because it's almost like a reverse psychology. You know what I'm saying? I know we're splitting hairs inside of a rabbit poll here, we're trying to figure out how liberal. We don't even know why we're doing pay. It's time for winds about the sentiment. And and what they're trying I guess to promote or what they want out of a candidate to promote. And that's what it is. Really? That's the question. What will they tune into to the point of of supporting Cynthia Nixon did not win in New York for reason number one Cuomo. It is a brand basically is your she tried to rage against the machine in. And and so you know, you can talk about New York fourteen. But that's really not the future of the party. And why is? It's the loudest part of the party, but it's not the future. So the question is will it drive anything? Well, November twenty eighteen or member of twenty twenty on a big level for the Democrats. Or is it just a fraction of them eight six six ninety redeye. One of the first things President Trump did when taking office was pull out of the twelve nation. Trans-pacific Partnership, the TPP then last April, the president opened a little crack in the door to rejoin TPP telling reporters, I don't want to go back into deep EP. But if they offered us a deal that I can't refuse on behalf of the United States. I would do it fast forward. Now to the present US is in a trade battle of tariffs with China a nation not in the TPP nation. That's been the number one foreign customer for US farm goods. We made a mistake.

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"wendy l law school" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

12:47 min | 2 years ago

"wendy l law school" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Eight six six ninety redeye on Gary McNamara along with early in the news today Brett cavity is one of the finest human beings, you will ever have the privilege of knowing or meeting. Great intellect a great gentleman an impeccable reputation went to Yale top student. Wendy, Yale Law School tops. So we got to let it play out. Oh, let it play out as you think about it. Now, we're it's just after four AM central time here on this Friday. Yeah. And so by which is five o'clock. So it's less than five hours. That's right. Where the the deadline is going to be set. Now what we know is Grassley talked to the lawyers yesterday Ford's lawyers yesterday, and the lawyers told them that. Well, it looks like we could she's willing Christina Ford air Christine Ford, excuse me is willing to testify by next Thursday, but cavenaugh has to testify I well, that's ridiculous. That is a nonstarter to begin with why she's making the accusations. You don't put the defense on before you put the prosecution on the prosecution always goes first cavenaugh goes, I to defend himself from what? What's the what's the testimony under oath that he is responding to while he is under oath? He can't. That's why he can't do it. I he can't respond to nothing something. That's hasn't happened officially he has to respond and that by the way, there's a reason it's set up in every process this way, whoever brings the charge goes first. And then you give somebody the time the opportunity to respond. That's that's how it goes. You don't you don't have the defense get up there. I in a court of law and go. Hey, hey, hey, we didn't do it. We'll do what? Now, the prosecutors get up and tell you this. These are the charges. This is what we believe this person or these persons did and in in this case in this process. There's a reason that she goes, I it reeks of again the tactics by the left to delay delay delay and ask for something. You know, you're not gonna get it. It shows it they're not actually serious and Senator gillibrand of New York yesterday saying that she's been silenced and she's not being silenced. The the only person the only group of people getting in the way of her speaking, which we were told initially she didn't want to do. But if you want to look at it, the only people that are keeping her from speaking right now are her own lawyers. Yeah. Yep. And as we started the show off with if you look at the Republican side, the Republicans are looking at this and saying look, we have a process here. I supreme court Justice. All right. You have an allegation you have no evidence we need of it. It's you'll have time to promote it here. We'll see if there's any more to it under oath. We'll get we'll give you the courtesy of doing it. But as we know right now, there is no evidence except your allegation that doesn't stop the process. There has to be evidence. Everything is based on evidence. That's been the Republican argument, so far the democrat argument has been white men stink. Right. That's it. That's it was exaggerated. Oh, that's it. Why Corsie's guilty because he's a white guy. He's a white male. What the the the white man of the judiciary committee? They're white men. And so it all stinks. And so she's either one hundred percent, believable or white men stink. Mhm and men should shut up. Yeah. That's what you're getting from the Democrats. And you just you wonder how this. As we look at the midterms when you look at the, and, and we know what it's about for the Democrats. We understand we understand the fact that they don't want somebody who may be a construction est originalist supreme court Justice in there. And for those of you that don't understand what that means. If you haven't, you know, followed that type of language in a supreme court Justice that simply means that you don't put your own opinion into the judgements that you make you look at it. You say does the law say this or does the law not say this and you make your judgments accordingly? You don't put your own personal opinion in I've always objected when they say, well, he's a conservative Justice. No. He's an originalist or Reconstructionist, you have and Democrats will admit Democrats want supreme court justices that will put in and they want judges that will give their opinion. Well, no. That law. I don't like it, and we believe it's unfair. So I'm going to change a lot of this. You don't get to do that. As a judge that is not your constitutional role. And so that's what they object too because they believe. Well, let's be honest. They believed that they cannot convince the majority of the people that their way is right. Therefore, they need the courts to do it. When you can't convince the people. Then what you try to do as you attempt to take over the judiciary with people that will promote their politics in their robes, and that's what we don't want. If there needs to be a change in the constitution. It's made by the people of the United States. Yeah. Through the constitutional amendment process. It's a living breathing document. Okay. We'll have that debate. Whether it's living and breathing because it actually isn't alive. It's law. But if you wish to have that argument, that's let's have that. Let's have that debate will use that euphemism of a living breathing document. Okay. We'll give you that. All right. Will you believe that a judge should make it a living breathing document? We believe that the constitutional amendment process is what should make it a living breathing document. Right. Even though it's really not life Jones. You don't have to feed it. That's. It's not like a child or a puppy. Well, I mean, again, they always sometimes it's cute. But that's the same thing that corporations aren't people. Well, no. But the people in corporations are people and those people in corporations have free speech rights. What about you're right? What about the corporation that made soiling green? Well, I mean that was the time. That's a remember when that argument came up when we said good than you can't protect your property taxes because property isn't people. That's right. So you get well. Yeah. But I own the property doesn't matter. That's not the point property isn't people county tax assessor comes to the door. You owe your taxes nardone the house? What is wrong with you turn around to your house? What is wrong with you? Why didn't you pay your taxes? Dumbest argument of all time gonna do that once in my life. I'm going to have to. I'm going to have to the so when I go down to challenge it. I'm going to say, listen, I need you to come here to the house. Why? Well, you need to talk to the house asked the house while the house didn't pay. Property taxes. Not Eric tax. Are you the underdog apparently not property isn't people? Ridiculous. It of course, it is. So I mean, it's that's what we're that's what we're dealing with right now. And I just wonder how people were we saw how people responded to it in two thousand sixteen in particular districts now, as you know, Trump has been in office for almost a couple of years and actually what he does. Most days is is. Now becoming the norm. That's what happens in politics. It becomes the norm. The only you think about it. One of the reasons that nobody can identify the majority of people can identify, you know, what who the supreme court justices. Most people have no idea of the specifics of all the major issues out there. They may have a general idea of okay, everybody, I know hates Trump. So I have to hate Trump. But they really don't even know why they hate Trump. We've seen the some of the television personalities go out there with things that Obama said and said Trump said this it's terrible. And they go out with some of the things that that, you know, Trump said, and they said Obama said this, and it's like, oh, that's wonderful. That's just fantastic. It's Trump's personality that they hey, it's the words that he hates that they hate it's the tone that he hates. But as we've said, he's a quite moderate when you look at the president's over the last one hundred years the things that he's actually done and promoted are totally in the norm of American politics. And you know, and so I just wonder after two years it's going to be interesting to see how the country responds to it. Because the Democrats really don't have a message yet after two years. They're not looking insane. What are the problems of the heartland? No. It's free stuff. That's it. I mean, that's what they're promoting. Now. There was nowhere else to go for them. Frankly. No there wasn't. You know, with with the promise of an I think they'll probably look back, you know, and and may already be doing this behind closed doors, but eventually out in the open, the Democrats of the future will look back, and and the, and this might be in fact talk talked about openly in twenty twenty and say, listen while we love President Obama and believe he was on the right track. He didn't go far enough. You know, that that's what they'll they'll criticize him for not well, you know, promoting single payer to begin with Medicare for all whatever you wanna call it. They will they will say that he didn't promote, you know, taxing the rich even even greater or he didn't do enough in his first two years while they had the Democrats on his side. He didn't get the things done that he should have gotten done especially in those first two two years. And and and they'll promote them on the things that he didn't give away. What what do you? I just I wonder this would be an interesting take to see how you know, how they have the meters when within a debates going on and the people have the meters what they think. Yeah. I would love to see people who identify as democrat liberals watching for example on on CNN the other day when Anderson Cooper. Ever. Jake, tapper Anderson Cooper. I think it was it was tapper was given the walk to Okechukwu. Okay. So yes, Tabar Cortez. And and how do you pay for this? And she wouldn't answer the question right right now. I wonder are liberals angry at Anderson Cooper Anderson Cooper. Jake tapper for asking that question. Or do. They actually believe that our Keizo Cortez is completely unqualified and knows nothing about economics. Are they mad at Jake tapper or didn't Chris Cuomo would do the same thing? Didn't he asked some of the same questions? How do you pay for it going back if you weeks also to was Gillam, it wasn't Gillam that he was talking to it was Gillan budget killer? Okay. All right from Florida. Okay. And asking this. Yes. And couldn't answer the quietly couldn't answer the question. And so that eventually he basically came out and said, we're gonna tax corporations rocket attacks, the rich. I mean toward the end of it, you know, 'cause because the he walked around it until at the very end he was pushed by Cuomo. But you you have and I'm sure they'd probably a Chris Matthews would be in the same kind of thing being the old time democrat, Saint look you can't give everything away for free..

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"wendy l law school" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"wendy l law school" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Dot com. President Trump used a campaign stop in Las Vegas last night as another opportunity to praise his court nominee judge Brad Kavanagh. A great gentleman and impeccable reputation went to Yale top student. Wendy, Yale Law School top sued. So we got to let it play out. But I wanna tell you. He is a fine fine person. The president was appearing on behalf of Senator dean Heller in his reelection bid told the residents that he needs a wider Republican majority in congress to move his agenda. If somebody has a cold, we don't have a majority that day. It's like we have to have more Republicans in office will get everything we want so fast. We've got to have liars are continuing to get nickel and dime. This time by American Airlines raising fees for checking bags by five bucks. Each way at matches delta and United jet blue, Air, Canada and westjet also raised Bank fees while south west. Let's cut. Check one or more bags for free last year. Airlines led by American took in seven point four billion dollars from fees and check bags as well. As ticket changes hurricane Florence may history. But the toll exacted on homeowners is just now being revealed as some return to what's left of their homes start setting in and the mold is growing fast star tearing it out myself all back behind the cap cabinets. Have a lot of mold started tearing that out Georgetown county officials are expecting run off to produce floods early next week, but say it's too early to exactly know, how high the water will get or how much land will get flooded..

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"wendy l law school" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

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"wendy l law school" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

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