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"committee rules committee" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:11 min | 2 months ago

"committee rules committee" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Foul Yanis? Getting his first year early, but Capella he's been dreadful from the free throw line in this series for four well that that's not dribbling, took four. But he missed all four of his attempts looking for his first mate, and it's a line driver that goes through for Clinton, Capello and a six to lead for Atlanta. Remember 15 to to start Game three, The Atlanta Hawks they were Forcing turnovers. Getting out of the fast break actually had all their fastbreak points in the first three minutes. I've got to call lane violation here, right? Both guys were in. It was Brook Lopez and Collins are going to call it against Lopez. You're right. The two of them were jostling a full two seconds before the missed free throw by Capela. He'll get another 16 to Atlanta. 10 18 to go first quarter Capella with the redoing missed anyway. Back Iron rebounded by Yannis line Drive. For sure, Right? Yes, that should happen down the road Atlanta Stadium, But Grange? Yep. Maybe not out of the park. Here we go. Middleton Body tightly by Bogdanovich. Johannes tries to screen and tries to push him meditating right into another screen. Do the got fouled before the shot. Tom Washington says Bogdanovich will pick up his first Non shooting foul again. We see this call all the time Throughout every NBA game you watch. If you try to fight over a high screen, the ball handler will just simply go up in the shooting motion. And it's something that the league Committee rules committee needs to look at. Middleton will trigger it from the near right side into holiday shot clock dipping under 12 as holiday works to another Yana screen now passes to the opposite side. Lopez. Good looking at three is there's a foul right in front of Lopez, P. J. Tucker went down. I think they get John Collins. They will on the push here. He ran right through the screen. Tucker did a nice job on that Skip pass from holiday to try to hold off Collins. And instead of going around Collins, he ran right through him. Maybe you could call a moving screen like on every play in an NBA game. But be honest gets away with a lot. At least he has here. There's a lot of pushing a lot of moving. Well, everybody doesn't you're right. But we be here for 5.5 hours every game if we call them all that's right. But at the same time, the defensive player can't run straight through a screen or that's going to be a foul. And that's what happened to Collins. Right there. 9 53 to go first quarter inbound from the near side Middleton to Yanis Yanis the free throw line to the dotted line. Step back jumper on its way. Short rebound, grabbed by About dominance of Atlanta 62 Hawks. Donovan's front court gives Collins middle of the floor goes to Lou Williams touching for the first time tonight. Williams jumper tip of the Circle God as he replaces Trae Young in the lineup and has given the Hawks in eight to lead 9.5 minutes to go in our opening quarter of Game four holiday cuts to the right double coverage of the baseline picks up his dribble. Past jump has stolen by Collins didn't have enough mustard on it had to go to Lou will on the far right side. Cross half court to college ball Fake on the three takes Lopez in the late floats into the river where Capella stuffs it. How about this start for the Hawks tend to tie them out in Milwaukee very similar to Game three. This time minus Trae Young. No matter hawks moving.

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"committee rules committee" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

05:42 min | 4 months ago

"committee rules committee" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"I met went through some of them there. But i thought we're going to widen the lane. I thought that would help out a little bit. I didn't think the charge circle. Mike was on the committee rules committee when they put the charge circle in tonight moved back but i really would was hoping that they would have a wider lactic. That would even open it up even a little bit more but absolutely a table that for this year. But yeah it's It's interesting call for for us. Old school guys. Do you guys feel about on ball charges. That's another one that's wildly inconsistent like we're guys sliding and he's actually slight because the nba level. A guy with the ball owns the space. Right if i'm driving and you reroute me. That's a foul on you like even if even if you read in jumped in the way in full doubts you got in my way. I own that space right so like that. I don't know how you guys feel about dollar. That's another one that i mean. There are certain teams. Like jerry said man i mean. It's that are very unbelievably disciplined and very well coached at using those things to their advantage. I mean daviel. Mitchell was the best that right he was able to just get in front of somebody in take charge. I honestly don't mind that one as much because if beating someone to the spot like you kind of ernie is the ones where someone slides over. And it's not even trying to make a play on the ball we talk about. What's what's best for the game and want to see your best player. Make a play. Do you wanna see someone. Try to block shot at the rim bloc dunk at the rim may get dumped on maybe get a poster maybe highlight. Maybe someone sportscenter or do you want to see your best player going up getting undercutting fallen down. Maybe he's got two free throws out of it. Maybe he's picking his third foul in the first half because it was bad charge..

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"committee rules committee" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

03:55 min | 4 months ago

"committee rules committee" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast

"Do think, you know, one of the rules that I thought was really going to pass that went through some of them there, but I thought we were going to widen the lane, I thought that would help out a little bit. I didn't take the job, you know, Mike was on the committee rules committee when they put the charge Circle and then they moved it back. But I really would was hoping that they would have a wide elastic that would even open it up even a little bit more. But obviously they, they do that for this year. But yeah, it's it's interesting call for a special price old school, guys. How do you guys feel about on ball charges? That's another one that's wildly inconsistent like where a guy sliding and he's actually off like cuz at the NBA level, the guy with the ball, owns the space, right? So if I'm driving and you reroute me, that's a foul on you, like even if you even if you read and jump in the way and fall down, You got in my way. I own that space, right? So like I don't know how you guys feel about. That's another one that I mean, there are certain teams like Jerry said, man. I mean, that are very unbelievably disappointed, very well-coached at using those things to their advantage. I mean Davion Mitchell was the best at that, right? But he was able to just get in front of somebody and and take a charge. I honestly don't mind that one as much. Because if you're beating someone to the spot, I feel like you kind of early, it's the ones where someone slides over and it's not even trying to make a play on the ball, right? Like we talked about, what's, what's best for the game and want to see your best players make a play? Do you want to see someone try to block a shot at the ramp? Were at The Rim? Maybe get dumped on maybe get a poster, maybe get a highlight. Maybe it's something on SportsCenter, or do you want to see your best player going up and getting undercut and falling down and maybe he's getting two free throws out of it. Maybe he's picking up his third foul in the first place. It was a bad charge call. I just, I hate the off-ball secondary Defender fall down to a spot. I just, it's not basketball. Speaking of Donovan Mitchell. He, he, he, he was dead. The best on-the-ball defenders I've seen because he wouldn't let you set a ball screen. Like how many times can you say? I think Marcus Gary did a few times, but when she can continue, his ball screens will work four or five boss trees. And he had never let you let, I mean, he just got over and beat you to the spot. So, I think we got guys like that. And that's, that's a whole nother level like right there wage. But I'm would you like my high school coach? Like you gotta rewarded by taking charges. So, I'm a big fan of charges. I'm sorry, fellas. Hey My, My thing is, man, I think it should be one basketball. I think that helped the game if we rented the NCAA rules as have one basketball. So, everybody can stay hot all the time. I play basketball. We we only league in the world that change balls going on City. Why is that? Why is that though? Jason, because it's for money, that I totally get it, but like, in the NCAA them on the tournament. So we paid one ball and everybody getting a rhythm. Let's do one ball, one universal basketball and cuz we can work preparation, you go play Texas, Tech you, gotta go get out your Under Armour balls, you go play a game, you gotta get out to Nike balls. Yeah, so so when we, when we go on the mountain, trip Utah's Under Armour, then we fired from Utah to go to Colorado there night. So we switch bars near we come on, play Adidas, balls off, and then we'll.

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"committee rules committee" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:25 min | 7 months ago

"committee rules committee" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Jimbo talks. And they were joined tonight in this portion of the program by John Hostettler. He's vice president of federal affairs at the Texas Public Policy Foundation Online at Texas policy dot com and the John Thanks for being with us tonight. Good to be with you, Jim. And I must ask you, first of all as a former member of Congress from Indiana is eighth District. I have to ask you your thoughts about what you're seeing transpiring on Capitol Hill these days. Well, it's quite honestly. Very sad. My, uh, position with Texas Public policy Foundation. Uh, results in my, uh Going to Capitol Hill every morning and walking. Through the various checkpoints, some of the various checkpoints and walking through the fencing and the very substantial fencing and the Razor wire on on and with razor wire on top of it, and it it you know, after 9 11, there was significant change in the In the, uh Look of Capitol Hill and in order to establish new safety, protocol and safety structures to be put in. But this fencing and razor wire is Is beyond anything I could've imagined happening in the United States and especially on Capitol Hill. So I guess I guess the one emotion that I would attach to it personally is just very sad. I'm wondering your thoughts about how the Democrats are handling their very tenuous majorities in the House and the Senate. Well, that's that's a great question, Jim because Prior to January, 3rd whenever the the new Congress were sworn in I was. I was kind of talking with friends about a procedural motion called emotion to re commit, which which is kind of inside baseball, but it is an opportunity in the House of Representatives. Because debate on the floor of the house is very much controlled, regimented by a committee Rules committee that the result of the action that rules committee they decide what Amendments can be considered in any particular legislation on the hill on the excuse me in the house on the floor and so and so a majority could theoretically could, uh, Completely eliminate the minorities, ability to amend the bill that that doesn't happen very often. But it could happen and the motion to re commit that comes at the very end of the consideration of a bill. In the House of Representatives was an opportunity for the minority and has had been in place for over 100 years for the minority to have one last opportunity or one on Lee Opportunity one and only opportunity to To change legislation to their liking and the Democrats after they obtained that very tenuous majority in the House, a zoo result of elections. In last November. They eliminated this motion to recommit because they understood that Republicans could offer something on Let's let's say, for example, just You know a green new deal. And let's say that motion to recommit from the minority side in this particular case, the Republicans would say, you know, no, no new law could Raised electric rates could result in the raising electric rates for senior citizens. And you know, individuals in the house would have to be. Oh, have to be on record for even being in favor of raising electric rates for senior citizens or opposing that, And so you can imagine. That that one motion to recommit could could could stop in its tracks a green new deal from taking place and once again I just using an example but but whenever they took that away, I knew to your point earlier. That this was all very tenuous and then you have the situation with the filibuster in the Senate, and it just goes to show that there is a razor's edge of it on Capitol Hill. Yeah, I mean, you have to wonder if the Democrats have not taken note of their very slender majority. The fact that historically New political parties in the White House means that that party loses seats in Congress in fact farm or than they have to lose in either house on that, therefore, What goes around comes around. I mean, are they just feel that they've got a two year window? They're gonna pass everything they possibly can. Well, it seems that way because the steps that they've taken our you know, a ZAY alluded to there. They're fairly historic and They haven't been able to end the filibuster yet in the Senate, but But it does look like that. It does look like like they understand that they have a very narrow, narrow window..

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"committee rules committee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:07 min | 8 months ago

"committee rules committee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Jimbo talks. And they were joined tonight in this portion of the program by John Hostettler. He's vice president of federal affairs at the Texas Public Policy Foundation Online at Texas policy dot com and the John Thanks for being with us tonight. Good to be with you, Jim. And I must ask you first of all as a former member of Ah, Congress from Indiana is eighth District. I have to ask you your thoughts about what you're seeing transpiring on Capitol Hill these days. Well, it's quite honestly. Very sad. My, uh, position with Texas Post Policy Foundation. Results in my going to Capitol Hill every morning and walking through the various checkpoints some of the various checkpoints And walking through the fencing and the very substantial fencing and the razor wire on on and with razor wire on top of it, and it It. You know, after 9 11, there was significant change in the In the, uh, look of Capitol Hill and in order to establish new safety protocol and, uh, safety structures to be put in. But this fencing and razor wire is, uh Is beyond anything I could've imagined happening in the United States and especially on Capitol Hill. So I guess I guess the one emotion that I would attach to it personally is just very sad. I'm wondering your thoughts about how the Democrats are handling their very tenuous majorities in the House and the Senate. Well, that's that's a great question, Jim, because, um Prior to January, 3rd whenever the the new Congress were sworn in Ah, I was. I was kind of talking with friends about a procedural motion called emotion to re commit, which which is kind of inside baseball, but it is an opportunity in the House of Representatives. Because debate on the floor of the house is very much controlled, regimented by a committee rules committee that a zoo result of the action that rules committee they decide what Amendments can be considered in any particular legislation on the hill on the excuse me in the house on the floor and so and so a majority could theoretically could, uh, Completely eliminate the minorities, ability to amend the bill that that doesn't happen very often. But it could happen and the motion to re commit that comes at the very end of the consideration of a bill in the House of Representatives was an opportunity for the minority. And has had been in place for over 100 years for the minority to have one last opportunity or one on Lee opportunity one and only opportunity to to change legislation to their liking. And the Democrats after they obtained that very tenuous majority in the House, a zoo result of elections In last November, They eliminated this motion to re commit because they understood That Republicans could offer something on Let's let's say, for example, just, you know a green new deal. And let's say that motion to recommit from the minority side in this particular case, the Republicans would say. You know? No. No new law could raise electric rates could result in the raising electric rates for senior citizens. And you know, individuals in the house would have to have to be on record for even being in favor of raising electric rates for senior citizens or opposing that. And so you can imagine that that one motion to recommit could Goods could stop in its tracks a green new deal from taking place and once again I just using an example but but whenever they took that away, I knew to your point earlier. That this was all very tenuous and then you have the situation with the filibuster in the Senate, and it just goes to show that there is a razor's edge of it on Capitol Hill. Yeah, I mean, you have to wonder if Democrats have not taken note of their very slender majority. The fact that historically New political parties in the White House means that that party loses seats in Congress in fact farm or than they have to lose in either house on that, therefore, What goes around comes around. I mean, are they just feel that they've got a two year window? They're going to pass everything they possibly can. Well, it seems that way because the steps that they taken our you know, a Zay alluded to there. They're fairly historic and They haven't been able to end the filibuster yet in the Senate, but But it does look like that. It does look like like they understand that they have a very narrow, narrow window and in the past Those narrow windows have been, um You know, ended with an end of the majority in whether it was Clinton majority of the House of Representatives 94 President Obama's majority in the House represents 2010. It could very well happen again. And I just wanted to ask you one more thing about the process underway. Given your experience and expertise will get right into the main subject of you being here tonight, which is, of course, immigration and border security, But Ah, this thing called a vote a rama that is occurring in the Senate in which at one point, uh Republicans actually got Ah. It a failure. Should I say a blockage if you will, a failure to pass the notion of illegal immigrants to getting covert relief aid, and it sounded on the surface like that was a victory for Republicans. But I gather that these are are nonbinding votes, and it's just part of the games that the members of Congress play. Well, it it It was an opportunity in the Senate to have folks go on record. For for the substance of the issue, So however it plays out ultimately is a different story. Fair enough. All right now, then, down to the central issue at hand and the notion of of Ah ah immigration moves by President Biden and Border security, and I couldn't certainly miss the headline 11 Iranians, nine adults and two Children arrested by humor, Border Patrol agents crossing into the U. S from Mexico..

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"committee rules committee" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

02:44 min | 8 months ago

"committee rules committee" Discussed on Radio Boston

"He got a lot of questions about that yesterday. Also we found out overnight that the senate agreed to place a pause on the fifteen dollar minimum wage issue during the pandemic. You know it was in the stimulus bill that they're working through right now. So it's tabled for a while ed Can marty walsh get it done in. A joe biden administration in these first two years when it certain that the congress and the presidency are all held by democrats i think again he can be sort of the the visible leader of the 'cause i think a lot of people. The minimum wage increases is popular. I think it's directly relevant to the report situation. Many americans find themselves during the pandemic. I think jobs are more important than minimum wage right now but i do think that maybe within a year or two he could help get through. I don't see anything happening in the near future. But i think to. He will have no jobs at all. So i think that has to be the focus right now and not the minimum wage. But i think that will eventually happen all right. Let's turn our attention to what else happened in washington this week because it was a lot in infectious yesterday. We had massachusetts congressman. Jim mcgovern on. He is the head of the rules committee. Rules committee advanced a resolution to the house yesterday. proposing to strip marjorie taylor green of her committee assignments. They did vote to do that last night. Eleven republicans sided with the democrats. Tito jackson did they do the right thing I absolutely believe that they did did the right thing. I think this is one a has around the republican party also relative to Are they willing to break ranks. What someone who does racist anti-semitic. I'd probably don't have time to go through the list of things that this representative has participated in but it also to me shows. The democrats are standing up using their majority but also using the backbone to be the moral compass of of leadership as for the past. Four years We saw moral compass get stepped on With timberland steel toe boots last several times and now having folks say listen you are absolutely not fit out to participate in education and small business committees. You must sit out. And that's exactly what we need. Leadership has consequences and it will will be a determining factor. I believe in particular for the republican party as they stand and acquiesce and cosign instead of actually taking a leadership to the racism and anti semitism that is being exploited by one of their members. Eight hundred four two three eight two.

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"committee rules committee" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:24 min | 9 months ago

"committee rules committee" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Those experiences in ones that you had later in the early part of your life. What drove you to the public service. Thing that you've essentially done your whole life. I think part of that is really the encouragement of what My father had told all of us. Five children and that was to participate in community activities. And the other part of this story. I think is it's shows really the strengthen the beauty of this country because it can admit a wrong and redress that wrong as it did in the civil liberties act and so you always think about what are the unity that are there to do something to correct something to make things better for someone else and i think through my father and another immigrant from japan who was very very successful farmer. Mr i k. She matsu where we were. I was raised and mentored by them to really consider the glass half full. Not half empty short secretary norman. Mineta secretary you mentioned that there were some cultural things about the japanese culture. That helped you in endure this. And you just talked about what you just said about the glass half full. In retrospect how much did that help you. Well there's no question that that whole issue of trying to look at things from a half full perspective really gives you the opportunity to look at. What are the possibilities of doing things. And how do you get people who might be sympathetic to what you're doing to join you in the effort and in those days When i was early on in congress starting in nineteen seventy five as a result of the seventy four election You know there was a lot of give and take. There was a lot of of ability to socialize with people. And so we'd fighting subcommittee full committee rules committee house floor and yet we'd slap each other and the them back and say come on. Let's go have dinner..

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"committee rules committee" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"committee rules committee" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Didn't mention the fact that amongst them you were the first I believe Asian American the be mayor of a major American city when you're elected mayor of San Jose the First Asian American member of Congress other than from Hawaii. The Continental United States the first Asian American member of cabinet. Correct me if I'm wrong when your point about Bill Clinton to run commerce. Or those experiences and ones that you. had. Later, in the early part of your life what drove you to this public service thing that you've essentially done your whole life. I think part of that is really the encouragement of what My father had told all of us five children. And that was to participate in community activities. And the other part of this story I think. Is it's shows really the strengthen the beauty. Of this country because. It can admit wrong. And redress that wrong as it did in the civil liberties. act. and. So you always think about. What are the? that. Are there. To do something to correct something to make things better for someone else. And I think through my father and another. immigrant from Japan who was a very, very successful farmer. Mr High Keishi Matsu. Where we? Were I was raised and mentored by them. To really consider the glass. Half full not empty. Secretary Norman Mineta Secretary, you mentioned that there were some cultural things about the Japanese culture that helped you in endure this and you just talked about what you just said about the glass half full in retrospect. How much did that help you? Well there's no question that. That whole issue of trying to. Look at things from a half full perspective. Really gives you the opportunity to. Look at what are the possibilities of doing things. And how do you get people who might be sympathetic? To what you're doing to join you in the effort. And in those days when I was early on in Congress starting in. Nineteen seventy five as a result of the city for election. You know there was a lot of give and take there was a lot of of ability to. Socialize with people, and so we defied in subcommittee full committee, Rules Committee House floor and yeah we'd slap each other in the them back and say come on. Let's go have dinner. Let's have a drink. We'd be able to do that. Today the members don't know each other The schedule really keeps them from getting to know each other because they're only really there maybe on a Tuesday and Wednesday. And they come in. Monday or Tuesday. And then leave on Thursday though they don't get to know each other. So it's Different place I wanNA talk more. We both WanNa talk more about current events in a second but talking about joining with others who may not have your worldview you were Liberal Democrat There was a senator from from Wyoming who is a very conservative Republican who is as you know used to do a television show in this building the long and the short of it the short being Bob Rice, the long being Alan Simpson. Alan Simpson was your partner on the Civil Liberties Act that. Reputation to those who survive these these concentration camps in the forties. explained to us were the relationship with Simpson began was rekindled and on. Capitol Hill..

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"committee rules committee" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"committee rules committee" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"The encouragement of what My father had told all of his five children. And that was to participate in community activities. And the other part of this story I think. Is? It's shows really the strengthen the beauty. Of this country because. It can admitted wrong. And redress that wrong as it did in the Civil Liberties Act. And so you always think about. What are they? Are there. To do something to correct something to make things better for someone else. And I think. Through my father and another. immigrant from Japan who was a very very successful farmer. Mr I K She Matsu where we. Were I was raised and mentored by them. To really consider the glass. Half full not empty. Talking Secretary Norman Mineta Second. You mentioned that there were some cultural things about the Japanese culture that helped you in endure this and you just talked about what you just said about the glass half full in retrospect. How much did that help you? Well there's no question that. That whole issue of trying to. Look at things from a half full perspective, really gives you the opportunity to. Look. At what are the possibilities of doing things? and. How do you get people who might be sympathetic? To what you're doing to join you in the effort. And in those days when I was early on in Congress starting in. Nineteen seventy five as a result of the seventy four election. you know there was a lot of give and take. There was a lot of. Of Ability to. Socialize with people. And, so we defied in Subcommittee Full Committee Rules Committee House floor and yet we'd slap each other in him back and say come on, let's go have dinner. Let's go have a drink. We'd be able to do that. Today the members don't know each other The schedule really keeps them from getting to know each other, because they're only really there maybe on Tuesday and Wednesday..

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"committee rules committee" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"committee rules committee" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Say about impeachment it residents when you have not consensus of the American people almost everybody that this fellow has got to go because he's a danger to our liberty to our constitution without that you cannot and should not impeach a president because to do so is to call into question the legitimacy of all our political institutions to make this the most offensive thing in American public life since the war in Vietnam orange red bag yeah captain Mads there right now saying well what I impeachment to say was wrong but again it goes on in terms of brutal numbers go up isn't this amazing so the house is arguing over rules right now our house committee rules committee is arguing over the rules right now about the impeachment vote tomorrow and there is some new polling that cannot be you don't really has to suck for the Democrats I like it is not only does a new CNN polls show that support for impeachment has dropped by double digits among Democrats there's another poll that shows trump's approval numbers have actually gone up Quinnipiac usually has pretty bad numbers for drum but his job approval numbers just said forty three percent which in a vacuum you would say that's not great right she added for that poll that's his best number for the year I went in and it's tied for the best of his presidency for that particular poll so in spite of all the dramatic hearings over the past month than the hysteria over Ukraine his numbers are going in well the wrong direction for the Democrats yeah looking back at the history of the Clinton impeachment the same thing happen to him as I remember what do the different documentaries as this was going on and people get more more tired of it his approval numbers are going up every elected well he was already second term right that's right I'm a second term so but the same thing is happening here Dick to this I mean even there were liberals on TV fearing impeachment but this is like a year ago saying I don't think this is a good idea right because of this could be the effect there are three dots on the radio that I know the who also predicted this that that would be us yeah I thought you meant Hannity Rush those guys yes we predicted it it's not that hard you know it's it's because in part of the economy is in that same poll check this out a combined seventy three percent said the economy is excellent or good that is the best percentage of trump's presidency and beats any number bomb a guy while he was in office and you're talking about every age demographic you're talking about men women independents Republicans Democrats all think the economy is at least in good shape and as the writers at higher point out according to five thirty H. tracker of trump's approval among likely and registered voters he stands today at forty four point four percent approval which is higher than where he stood on the day before polos he announced the impeachment inquiry in September and also the best number he's had since last November well I think if they actually had a case the trump did something illegal or wrong it might be different but it's a terrible case I mean it's a stunningly bad as were watching the hearings unfold were like is that a joke that's it today you got to be kidding there's got to be something else and the really never was meanwhile you said it best they would stop if you've heard this one before we're heading toward a constitutional crisis I think this is the best sign of how desperate the Democrats are because they are you know set to vote on impeachment tomorrow now they're mad at Senate Republicans for basically doing what Democrats already done which is pre judging the case before any testimony or any hearing or anything so now they're throwing around that familiar phrase this is representative Debbie Powell on CNN yesterday okay they throw around conspiracy theories are completely debunked and they were doing that hearing last week and I actually called him out on it I personally believe that we may be in that beginning stages of a constitutional crisis we've appear according to Democrats in the media we've been in a constitutional crisis for nearly three years yeah but I don't think that many people pay attention so maybe this fresh to them I don't know man the all new constitutional crisis I mean I I just dug up an old montage of this from I don't know win with this was like six months ago I think yeah.

"committee rules committee" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"committee rules committee" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Is to call into question the legitimacy of our political institutions to make this the most offensive thing in American public life since the war in Vietnam the large man yeah I can't imagine there right now saying well what I impeachment to say was yeah and it goes on entrance approval numbers go up isn't this amazing so the house is arguing over rules right now our house committee rules committee is arguing over the rules right now about the impeachment vote tomorrow and there's some new bowling that kind of you don't really have to suck for the Democrats I like it is not only does the new CNN polls show that support for impeachment has dropped by double digits among Democrats there's another poll that shows trump's approval numbers have actually gone up what if he argues we has pretty bad numbers for drum but his job approval numbers just said forty three percent which in a vacuum you would say that's not great right the out for that poll that's his best number for the year I win and it's tied for the best of his presidency for that particular poll so in spite of all the dramatic hearings over the past month and hysteria over Ukraine his numbers are going in well the wrong direction for the Democrats not looking back at the history of the Clinton impeachment the same thing happen to him as I remember watch the different documentaries as this was going on if people get more more tired of it his approval numbers are going up every elected well he was already second term right that's right second so but the same thing is happening here no I know people predicted this I mean even though there were liberals on TV fearing impeachment but this is like a year ago saying I don't think that's a good idea right because of this could be the effect there are three dots on the radio that I know the who also predicted this that that would be us yeah I statement handy rush those guys yes we predicted it's it's not that hard you know it's it's because in part of the economy is in that same poll check this out a combined seventy three percent said the economy is excellent or good that is the best percentage of trump's presidency and beats any number Obama got while he was in office and you're talking about every age demographic you're talking about men women independents Republicans Democrats all think the economy is at least in good shape and as the writers at higher point out according to five thirty H. tracker of trump's approval among likely and registered voters he stands today at forty four point four percent approval which is higher than where he stood on the day before Pelosi announce the impeachment inquiry in September and also the best number he's had since last November well I think if they actually had a case the trump did something illegal or wrong it might be different but it's a terrible case I mean it's a stunningly bad as we're watching the hearings unfold were like is that a joke that's it today you got to be kidding there's got to be something else and it really never was meanwhile you said it best they would stop you've heard this one before we're heading toward a constitutional crisis I think this is the best sign of how desperate the Democrats are because they are you know set to vote on impeachment tomorrow now they're mad at Senate Republicans for basically doing what Democrats already done which is pre judging the case before any testimony or any hearing or anything so now they're throwing around that familiar phrase this is representative Debbie Powell on CNN yesterday okay they throw around conspiracy theories are completely debunked and they were doing that hearing last week and I actually called him out on it I personally believe that we may be in that beginning stages of a constitutional crisis we've appear according to Democrats in the media we've been in a constitutional crisis for nearly three years yeah but I don't think that made people pay attention so maybe this fresh to them the I don't know man all new constitutional crisis I mean I I just dug up an old montage of this from I don't know what what this was like six months ago I think yeah this is an existential.

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"committee rules committee" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"committee rules committee" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Jerry Markley David van camp there Scott Robbins impeachment we at the Albany so like anybody's minds gonna change right now yeah this is this is really stupid however on this day twenty one years ago yeah one Jerry Nadler captain Mads had this to say about impeachment impeaching a president when you have not got a broad consensus for the American people agreement that almost everybody that this fellow is going to go because he's a clear and present danger to our liberty the door constitution without that you cannot and should not impeach a president because they do so is to call into question the legitimacy of all our political institutions to make this the most offensive thing in American public life as the war in Vietnam slick Willie good orange red bag yeah I can't imagine there right now saying well what I impeachment to say was yeah and it goes on and drums approval numbers couple up isn't this amazing so the house is arguing over rules right now our house committee rules committee is arguing over the rules right now about the impeachment vote tomorrow and there is some new polling that kind of you don't really have to suck for the Democrats I like it is not only does a new CNN polls show that support for impeachment has dropped by double digits among Democrats there's another poll that shows trump's approval numbers have actually gone up going to be I usually has pretty bad numbers for trump but his job approval numbers just hit forty three percent which in a vacuum you would say that's not great right yeah for that poll that's his best number for the year I went in and it's tied for the best of his presidency for that particular poll so in spite of all the dramatic hearings over the past month and hysteria over Ukraine his numbers are going in well the wrong direction for the Democrats you know looking back at the history of the Clinton impeachment the same thing happen to him as I remember but to the different documentaries as this was going on and people get more more tired of it his approval numbers are going up every elected well he was already second term right that's right it was second term so but the same thing is happening here nine people predicted this I mean even there were liberals on T. V. fearing impeachment and this is like a year ago saying I don't think there's a good idea right because of this could be the effect there are three dots on the radio that I know the who also predicted this who's that that would be us yeah I thought you meant Hannity Rush those guys yes we predicted it's it it's not that hard you know it's it's because in part of the economy is in that same poll check this out a combined seventy three percent said the economy is excellent or good that is the best percentage of trump's presidency and beats any number bomb I got while he was in office and you're talking about every age demographic you're talking about men women independents Republicans Democrats all think the economy is at least in good shape and as the writers at higher point out according to five thirty H. tracker of trump's approval among likely and registered voters he stands today at forty four point four percent approval which is higher than where he stood on the day before Pelosi announced the impeachment inquiry in September and also the best number he's had since last November well I think if they actually had a case the trump did something illegal or wrong it might be different but it's a terrible case I mean it's a stunningly bad as we're watching the hearings unfold were like is that a joke that's it today you got to be kidding there's got to be something else and they're really never was meanwhile you said it best they would stop you've heard this one before we're heading toward a constitutional crisis and it I think this is the best sign of how desperate the Democrats are because they are you know set to vote on impeachment tomorrow now they're mad at Senate Republicans for basically doing what Democrats already done which is pre judging the case before any testimony or any hearing or anything so now they're throwing around that familiar phrase this is representative Debbie Powell on CNN yesterday okay they throw around conspiracy theories are completely debunked and they were doing that hearing last week and I actually called him out on it I personally believe that we may be in that beginning stages of a constitutional crisis but if we appear according to Democrats in the media we've been in a constitutional crisis for nearly three years yeah but I don't think that made people pay attention so maybe this fresh to them I don't know man the all new constitutional crisis I mean I I just dug up an old montage of this from I don't know when when this was like six months ago I think yeah this is an existential constitutional.

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"committee rules committee" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"committee rules committee" Discussed on WJR 760

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"committee rules committee" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"committee rules committee" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"I know he's never tried a case, but he's still been the judge and he ought to know something about discovery. You ought to know that these last minute document dumps are wrong. He ought to know is a lawyer that there is no such thing under the committee rules committee confidential. You ought to know that the people who are responsible for providing discovery, don't get to give ten percent of it or twelve percent of it and keep the rest. And he ought to be sending a signal as somebody who's supposed to represent Justice on the court. Look, I'm not gonna put up with this. This is being done for my benefit. I'm blowing the whistle on it. So the fact that he is complicit in this way. Is going to be a lasting taint on him, Sam Stein Senator if there is no such thing as committee confidential, if you believe that this is an illegitimate process, why not just put out the forty two thousand documents yourself. You have access to them. You can post them online. Don't the public deserve to see the same documents. Well, that's one way we could proceed. I think that so far the decision has been made to not release it all at this point, but we may very well do that. So I don't understand. I just walked me through because I hear from a lot of very frustrated, progressives who do follow this very closely. They hear you guys say, this is illegitimate the guys note that the president is under a co- an unin- co-conspirator, crime that there's an investigation going on the shin proceed. And yet the Democrats who are on the committee are not taking the most aggressive steps or not stepping out of the hearing Joel traded. They're not releasing the documents that are supposedly committed confidential. What is the disconnect here? Why are you guys not fighting. Aggressively. If you think this is such an existential threat because I think that can't speak for others. But I think that the committee process, it's the best place to make these points. I don't think Americans, frankly, respect people very much who walked out of their jobs when there's a fight to be had can I think it's important that we take this forum and have that fight other people disagree and and I think that's a very fair disagreement. I'm not criticizing them, but my feeling is when there's a fight in front of you go have it. All right, Sheldon, Whitehouse. Thank you so much greatly. Appreciate you being with us. Good luck. Thank you. You know, Sam, I want to go back to you on that point. I don't understand why the Democrats are even showing up. They've been talking about this, the lack of transparency from the very beginning. If I were on a committee that one of the most important things that came before my committee in my career, which is this Cavanaugh appointment, which could fundamentally alter the balance of the supreme court for the next generation. And the Republicans refused to be transparent about it. You know, I I would certainly recommend everybody around me not show up for the hearing because as I said, you know, we, if they think it's like banana Republic, if they think they've been lied to if they think that that these documents have been kept from them. I mean, they did a document dump on the Labor Day. Forty, two thousand documents don't you don't participate in a process that is that. Would you review the documents and say, we're going to review the documents and we will see you on Wednesday or Thursday. Oh yeah. It's not just the forty two thousand. There was one hundred thousand documents that were held for presidential privilege, and that was announced on Friday of Labor Day weekend, which was conspicuously time news dump as well. You know it. It just goes to the fact that when it comes to judicial nominations and the federal courts, the two parties are playing entirely different ballgames here Republicans as everyone will recall just didn't take a hearing on merit. Carl. And they refuse to meet with him. They didn't hold a hearing. They said, we will wait eight months. They even floated the idea of holding the supreme court seat open having eight members of spring court for Hillary Clinton's presidency. This was a thing that was discussed. It wasn't just Ted Cruz. John McCain actually discussed the idea for a while and Democrats, you know, you can take to their credit or to their detriment depending on your vantage point. Just play different..

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"committee rules committee" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"committee rules committee" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"President flaming so obviously the big story of the last few days is anthony kennedy announcing his retirement but yesterday afternoon i thought i was covering what was going to be an interesting big story turned out nobody cared about it because other stuff happened but it is longterm interesting and that's the democratic national committee has taken a key step toward eliminating the role of super delegates heath care about it they care about it and if you were listening to this podcast back in two thousand sixteen we sure talked a lot about super delegates on are those again just they have nothing to do with the point of the story so we'll talk about them later but on the call it was a the democratic national committee's rules committee was having this meeting via conference call and reporters were were listening in as well said they're going through the process of getting set to take this vote and then donna brazile cuts in and first of all i thought wow they let donna brazile on dnc calls after she basically burned the dnc to the ground last year with all book the former democratic national committee chairwoman who stepped in after debbie wasserman schultz was basically unceremoniously ousted and then wrote in twice extend this book so anyway they're having their meeting they don't know this news is just happened that kennedy has retired and donna brazile breaks it to a bunch of democrats that this worst case scenario is happening and it was it was a moment of audio kind of a side note of you know that the justice anthony kennedy is just a mouse that he's retiring yeah he just announced this on nbc oh my god started and this kind of kept going the meeting got derailed with a whole bunch of homeless oh my god the guy who realized he wasn't i'm you go save it just kept going people in ohio this is bad this is not good well good timing for the democrats though because nothing nothing better to to sort of unify than having a supreme court opening i mean you saw president trump do that to this week trying to you know rally people around that for the twenty teen elections but what i thought scott is so powerful about that audio is so rarely do you get those instantaneous reactions particularly from you know people where it's relatively unfiltered and you could hear that in that there is this moment of reckoning that feels extremely raw or mara you can end it for us what can you not like okay i can't let it go moment is at this time of exponential polarization and tribalism we had the loser in the huge upset race this week joe crowley number four and the democratic leadership who was beat by a twenty eight year old female latina in his district in a kind of generational demographic insurgency he lost by very big margin and on my can't let it go is his concession speech where he was beyond gracious he complimented alexandria oko cortez for beating him then he pulled out his guitar and he dedicated a song to her this is even to dad for dominica claim that the thing that that i took away from this is this guy was not a sore loser union in an era of really raw and often ugly politics i thought joe crowley was a moment of grace said alexandria couso cortes whose bruce springsteen all right so that is what we can't let go this week and we would love to know what you can't let go we've tried this a couple of times and we're going to do it more often send us a recording of what you can't let go or send us an email either way send it to npr politics at npr dot org and we might use it in the show and the future that's it for this week i'm scott detro i covered congress and must mukalla political reporter on dominica months in our political editor and i'm mara liasson national political correspondent thank you for listening to every single npr politics podcasts that we did this week thank you eight hundred fifty of them

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"committee rules committee" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"committee rules committee" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"Okay one other thing motivating members of congress to get out of washington is that they have a funeral to get to they do yeah louise slaughter long long time democratic congresswoman from new york died on friday at the age of eighty eight she was the ranking member on the rules committee rules committee not super sexy not well known outside of washington very important incredibly important and the committee most likely in the house to pull an all nighter yeah absolutely they have pulled moral nighters than i think any other group of people in washington she was known as one of those people that have re buddy really loved and there there's a book sitting in the speakers lobby write off off of the floor of the house where people can leave notes and i've heard reports that nearly every single member of congress has made the time to go right in that remembrance book for louise slaughter and the amount of people that they're expecting at this funeral is really really surprising so they in new york this this funeral tomorrow or friday in new york and the local paper had to put together a whole listing of ways that people could pay the risk effects so they had four hours on thursday to pay their respects and they're sending up over three thousand seats for her funeral including to overflow rooms the thing that struck me as someone who's still relatively new to congress and has been covering it in a very hyper partisan time is how sincere and heartfelt the reaction from members from both parties was like paul ryan statement was you can tell when when lawmakers kind of mail in their statement about somebody passing away inaudible figure but his seem like incredibly sincere and that even though he disagreed with her a lot he really respected and liked her and you could see that all over the building the thing that struck me about her shoes punchy she was tough so sharp and she just you know when she got her teeth into an issue she didn't let it go and you know she also had one of the great accents because she was born in kentucky and represented upstate new york man that makes for some mix we're going to take one more quick break and when we come back president trump's lawyer john dowd is out and there is a lot of other.

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"committee rules committee" Discussed on Powerhouse Politics

Powerhouse Politics

02:00 min | 5 years ago

"committee rules committee" Discussed on Powerhouse Politics

"So john deserted controversy over the over your seeding out but what there's going to be we presume a fight over delegations there will be a fight over rules what's the one thing that you'll be watching based on your research and based on your roll here that that could determine is there something in the in the rules committee or in the committee on contests that that could be kind of the shadow a part of the of the campaign here in cleveland absolutely you know the the my book was the first piece of journalism we're book to ever classified the state based on the manner in which they select their delegates rather than the order in which they selected delegates everyone else always talks about the order of the of the process or may be the size of the delegation but very few people ever talked about the manner in which delegates are selected and that's critically important because a delegate who is selected through a balloting process in say a congressional district in illinois is far different than a delegate who's selected at a state convention in say george or michigan which is far different than a delegate who is selected by the campaign and say new hampshire so the manner in which delegates are selected is critically important obviously it's also important to keep an eye on the free agent delegations of the american some all guam virgin islands north dakota wyoming colorado and to some degree louisiana in pennsylvania ultimately the most important thing to keep an eye on is the selection of rules committee and credentials committee members there's going to be credentials flights across the country it happens even when the racism contested it sure going to happen when the races contested so there's gonna be all kinds of credentials fights and there's obviously going to be a lot of clarification in the rules and the campaigns who do a better job of placing people on those credentials committee rules committee is going to be the campaigns who ultimately are successful on the floor of the convention are the feeds offering to help arrange travel helped pay for travel and hotels and all that in cleveland.

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