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So which GOP presidential candidate is the most nauseating? It's a tight race to the bottom. Who was at the bottomest? Find out on our special recap of the second GOP presidential debate at the kiddie table. Also, former White House assistant Cassidy Hutchinson finally left her cult and wrote a book about it. She apparently discovered that Trump is a lying, incompetent moron. Who woulda thunk it? Are you stupid?
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This time, all the thorns are in the sides of House MAGATS. Wow! What a terrible couple of days these have been for them! And the Shadenfreude is thicker than a Black Forest fog! Virginia Democrat Gerry Conollly unveils some mad trolling skills. Nitwit Nero decides to to go to Federal Court in Georgia. A MAGAT tells fellow MAGAT Matt "Creep" Gaetz to "F off." The wheels: they are wobbling. Chris Christie accuses Dr. Jill Biden of prostitution. Misogynist MAGATS (I know: redundant) are running away from themselves.
Host Brandon Contes interviews Pablo Torre, host of Meadowlark Media's "Pablo Torre Finds Out" podcast, as well as being on "Around the Horn" and "Pardon the Interruption." Brandon and Pablo discuss a wide range of topics including the Taylor Swift/Travis Kelce relationship and how that's impacting the NFL, confronting Dan Le Batard about having former president Donald Trump on his show many times, Stephen A. Smith blurring the lines of journalism and entertainment, and more.For even more discussion, head over to awfulannouncing.com and follow us on Facebook, X (Twitter), Instagram, Threads, LinkedIn, TikTok, Bluesky, and YouTube: @awfulannouncing.-1:08: Taylor Swift/Travis Kelce-3:14: Swift making NFL secondary to her-5:15: Dan Le Batard/Donald Trump-7:46 Was Pablo aware of how much Le Batard and Trump spoke?-9:23: Trump on the radio-11:18: Chris Christie-11:47: Russell Wilson episode of "Pablo Torre Finds Out"-14:06: Freedom at Meadowlark Media-15:40: Work split between Meadowlark, ESPN, and MSNBC-17:00: Has Stephen A. Smith helped others at ESPN to have other ventures?-18:07: Le Batard possibly understanding conservatives leaving ESPN for more freedom-22:54: Having first ever TV appearance on "The O'Reilly Factor"-26:24: Toughest TV appearance-28:06: Tony Kornheiser/Michael Wilbon-31:41: Are debate shows good or bad for sports?-34:03: Interactions with Stephen A. Smith-36:27: Stephen A. as an entertainer and a journalist-39:13: "High Noon"-40:15: Why didn't "High Noon" last as a show?-42:14: Would "High Noon" have been more successful if it was streamed pre-recorded or live?-43:19: Was it hard to keep working for ESPN after "High Noon" was canceled?-44:51: Was "High Noon" hurt by it being branded as a “smart” show?-46:53: Working in sports instead of going to law school after Harvard-50:07: Aaron Rodgers and Jeremy Lin parallels-53:18: Linsanity helping Pablo get hired at ESPN-54:16: If Linsanity continued, would Pablo have been an NBA reporter and be Jeremy Lin's Brian Windhorst?-55:40: Sports content Pablo grew up watching/listening to-58:00: What does Pablo want to do in the future?
On Wednesday night, Fox Business and Rumble hosted the second Republican presidential debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in beautiful Simi Valley, California. Bari Weiss and The Free Press's very own Peter Savodnik watched live in the spin room as the seven candidates—Ron DeSantis, Vivek Ramaswamy, Nikki Haley, Mike Pence, Chris Christie, Tim Scott, and Doug Burgum— took the stage to spar over questions about union strikes, inflation, income inequality, the cost of childcare, the border, China, crime, policing, drugs, gun violence, education, Russia, Ukraine. . . really, nothing new. But of course, the man they really wanted to spar with and the man leading the polls by a landslide still refuses to play ball. So, we sent TFP reporter Michael Moynihan to check in on the elusive Donald Trump, who spent his night on the other side of the country speaking to a crowded room, which he claimed would be full of striking auto workers. (Though, Moyihan had a hard time finding them.) Trump's Detroit visit came just one day after President Biden went to the picket line in Wayne County to march with union members outside a General Motors plant—an unprecedented move by a sitting president. On today's episode, as the two likely 2024 candidates battled to portray themselves as the voice of blue-collar Americans, what were the seven GOP hopefuls hoping to achieve by squabbling at the Reagan Library instead of marching with striking auto workers? Who were the biggest winners and losers of this very strange tale of two cities? And with nearly 60 percent of GOP voters backing Trump, is anyone emerging as a viable Trump competitor, or is it time to face the fact that we're tumbling toward a 2020 rematch between two very old men that no one really wants to see happen? Music in this episode by blue dot sessions Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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President Joe Biden's impeachment inquiry hearing is underway. Will the bribery scandals with Hunter Biden, Ukraine, and China implicate him? Also, Sen. Bob Menendez (NJ) won't resign, and Elon Musk announced that he plans to visit the southern border. Finally, last night's GOP presidential debate, hosted by Fox Business Network and Univision, featured former Gov. Chris Christie, former Gov. Nikki Haley, businessman Vivek Ramaswamy, Gov. Ron DeSantis, Sen. Tim Scott, former VP Mike Pence, and Gov. Doug Burgum as they all made their case to be the Republican candidate for the 2024 presidential election. Of course, one candidate was notably absent: former President Donald Trump. The Sekulow team discusses all this – and more – on today's jam-packed show.
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Clay and Buck assess the 2nd GOP debate. Chris Christie's Donald Duck line falls flat. Nikki Haley vs. Vivek Ramaswamy fireworks on TikTok. TikTok advertised during debate where candidates advocated banning it. Will anyone drop out, so one or two candidates can go head-to-head with Trump? VIP emails and calls.Follow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Mark and Liz talked about last night's Republican debate. Liz agreed with Mark when he said no one made the needle move away from Trump. Chris Christie is still trying to ruin former President Trump by calling him a coward for not debating.
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The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 4: Who won last night's Republican presidential debate from the Reagan Presidential Library? While several candidates had strong moments, there was seemingly no real challenge to Donald Trump's massive polling lead. According to RealClearPolitics polling averages, Trump has a 43-point advantage over second-place candidate Ron DeSantis—57% to 14%. On Thursday, the House Oversight and Accountability Committee held its first impeachment inquiry hearing into President Joe Biden's alleged improper role in his family's overseas business deals. In his opening statement, Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) claimed that the Biden family has received millions of dollars from companies with ties to the Chinese government. Should Chris Christie drop out of the Republican presidential primary and, instead, challenge Sen. Robert Menendez for his U.S. Senate seat? According to polling, Christie would win a hypothetical head-to-head matchup. Philadelphia Municipal Judge Wendy Pew dismissed all charges against former Philadelphia police officer Mark Dial who was accused of shooting and killing Eddie Irizarry during a traffic stop last month. In the aftermath of the decision, the city saw widespread looting in Center City, the Northeast, and West Philadelphia—targeting stores like Foot Locker, Lululemon, Apple, and Fine Wine & Good Spirits on Tuesday night. On Wednesday night, break-ins and thefts continued with 6 more people arrested—bringing the total, according to a report from The Philadelphia Inquirer, to 58 people through two-days. You can read more here: https://www.inquirer.com/crime/philadelphia-looting-vandalism-liquor-store-nats-beauty-supply-20230928.html On Wednesday, Donald Trump skipped the Republican presidential debate and instead visited Clinton Township, Michigan where he spoke directly to striking auto workers.
Seven Republicans qualified for last night's presidential primary debate: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, former Vice President Mike Pence, businessman Vivek Ramaswamy, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, and South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott.At the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California, the candidates gathered on stage without the current front-runner: former President Donald Trump, who was, at the same time, meeting with auto workers in Michigan.Where are the candidates finding space for alignment and disagreement with both Trump and each other?We discuss the event and the significance of Trump's absence. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find out how to connect with us by visiting our website.
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The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Episode (09/28/2023): 3:05pm- On Wednesday night, Fox Business hosted the second Republican presidential debate from the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California. According to The New York Times, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis received the most speaking time—speaking for 12:27 of the 2-hour long debate. The New York Times also notes that the subject which received the most debate time was border security. You can read more about the debate's statistical breakdown here: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2023/09/27/us/politics/second-republican-debate-live-tracker.html 3:15pm- Who won last night's Republican presidential debate from the Reagan Presidential Library? While several candidates had strong moments, there was seemingly no real challenge to Donald Trump's massive polling lead. According to RealClearPolitics polling averages, Trump has a 43-point advantage over second-place candidate Ron DeSantis—57% to 14%. 3:35pm- On Thursday, the House Oversight and Accountability Committee held its first impeachment inquiry hearing into President Joe Biden's alleged improper role in his family's overseas business deals. In his opening statement, Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) said “this is a tale as old as time. A politician takes action that makes money for his family and then tries to conceal it.” 3:50pm- During the House Oversight and Accountability Committee's impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden, Congresswoman Nancy Mace (R-SC) called-out Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-NY) for claiming there needed to be a House vote prior to launching an impeachment inquiry. In 2019, Raskin emphatically stated that no vote was needed to open an impeachment inquiry into then-President Donald Trump. 4:05pm- Have we been slicing pizza wrong? A viral video on social media shows one person using a “white plastic pizza saver” to remove slices. You can watch the weird video here: https://nypost.com/2023/09/28/viral-video-shows-weve-been-slicing-pizza-wrong-forever/ 4:15pm- Philadelphia Municipal Judge Wendy Pew dismissed all charges against former Philadelphia police officer Mark Dial who was accused of shooting and killing Eddie Irizarry during a traffic stop last month. In the aftermath of the decision, the city saw widespread looting in Center City, the Northeast, and West Philadelphia—targeting stores like Foot Locker, Lululemon, Apple, and Fine Wine & Good Spirits on Tuesday night. On Wednesday night, break-ins and thefts continued with 6 more people arrested—bringing the total, according to a report from The Philadelphia Inquirer, to 58 people through two-days. You can read more here: https://www.inquirer.com/crime/philadelphia-looting-vandalism-liquor-store-nats-beauty-supply-20230928.html 4:20pm- Philadelphia social media influencer “Meatball” has been arrested for her participation in wide-spread looting on Tuesday night. Dayja “Meatball” Blackwell, who has nearly 500,000 followers on TikTok, has been charged with 6 felonies. 4:30pm- During Wednesday night's presidential debate, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) said it was in America's best interest to end the war in Ukraine—and that we should not provide Ukraine with a “blank check.” In response, Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) argued that 90% of the money being provided to Ukraine is considered a “loan.” Vivek Ramaswamy insisted the money would never, realistically, be paid back. 4:35pm- In perhaps the most awkward moment of the entire debate, former Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) referred to Donald Trump as “Donald Duck” for not participating in the debate. 4:50pm- Listeners call-in to discuss last night's Republican presidential debate: who won? And was Chris Christie's “Donald Duck” moment so bad that it was actually good? 5:00pm- At the conclusion of the House Oversight and Accountability Committee's impeachment inquiry hearing into President Joe Biden on Thursday, Chairman James Comer (R-KY) announced that he would be issuing subpoenas for Hunter Biden and James Biden's personal bank records. 5:15pm- In a particularly strange exchange during Wednesday night's presidential debate, former Ambassador Nikki Haley and Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) argued over the price of curtains. In a more substantive give-and-take, Haley contended that the social media application TikTok is a national security threat and should be banned. Contrarily, Vivek Ramaswamy contended that because TikTok is accessible to American citizens Republicans need a presence on the application in order to reach younger voters. 5:30pm- In his opening statement during the House impeachment inquiry in President Joe Biden, Rep. Jason Smith (R-MO) alleged that “the Biden family sold access to Joe Biden's power…and the Biden Department of Justice protected the Biden brand.” 5:40pm- While appearing on CNN, New York Governor Kathy Hochul (D) said her state was “at capacity” due to the sudden surge of illegal migrants. 5:45pm- While appearing on CNN with Jake Tapper, Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) emphatically stated that the U.S. Southern “border is secure” despite thousands of unlawful entries each day—even Tapper couldn't believe what he heard and had to ask her to confirm her statement. 5:55pm- Matt's favorite member of Congress is back: Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA)! First, he prevented Guam from “capsizing,” then he solved helium inequity, and now he is concentrating on the U.S. Southern border! 6:05pm- Who won last night's Republican presidential debate from the Reagan Presidential Library? While several candidates had strong moments, there was seemingly no real challenge to Donald Trump's massive polling lead. According to RealClearPolitics polling averages, Trump has a 43-point advantage over second-place candidate Ron DeSantis—57% to 14%. 6:15pm- On Thursday, the House Oversight and Accountability Committee held its first impeachment inquiry hearing into President Joe Biden's alleged improper role in his family's overseas business deals. In his opening statement, Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) claimed that the Biden family has received millions of dollars from companies with ties to the Chinese government. 6:20pm- Should Chris Christie drop out of the Republican presidential primary and, instead, challenge Sen. Robert Menendez for his U.S. Senate seat? According to polling, Christie would win a hypothetical head-to-head matchup. 6:30pm- Philadelphia Municipal Judge Wendy Pew dismissed all charges against former Philadelphia police officer Mark Dial who was accused of shooting and killing Eddie Irizarry during a traffic stop last month. In the aftermath of the decision, the city saw widespread looting in Center City, the Northeast, and West Philadelphia—targeting stores like Foot Locker, Lululemon, Apple, and Fine Wine & Good Spirits on Tuesday night. On Wednesday night, break-ins and thefts continued with 6 more people arrested—bringing the total, according to a report from The Philadelphia Inquirer, to 58 people through two-days. You can read more here: https://www.inquirer.com/crime/philadelphia-looting-vandalism-liquor-store-nats-beauty-supply-20230928.html 6:40pm- On Wednesday, Donald Trump skipped the Republican presidential debate and instead visited Clinton Township, Michigan where he spoke directly to striking auto workers.
Republicans squared off last night for their second debate, and Donald Trump again decided not to participate. Chris Christie gives Trump the nickname "Donald Duck," but the attack falls a little flat when you look like Porky Pig. Ron DeSantis actually targets Trump's policies, and the people of Iowa seem to approve. Vivek gets attacked from all sides. Mark Zuckerberg says his fight with Elon Musk probably won't happen. AI may be useful when it comes to the world of robot massages. And we gear up for tonight's debut of "The Golden Bachelor," brought to you by ... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 2: Have we been slicing pizza wrong? A viral video on social media shows one person using a “white plastic pizza saver” to remove slices. You can watch the weird video here: https://nypost.com/2023/09/28/viral-video-shows-weve-been-slicing-pizza-wrong-forever/ Philadelphia Municipal Judge Wendy Pew dismissed all charges against former Philadelphia police officer Mark Dial who was accused of shooting and killing Eddie Irizarry during a traffic stop last month. In the aftermath of the decision, the city saw widespread looting in Center City, the Northeast, and West Philadelphia—targeting stores like Foot Locker, Lululemon, Apple, and Fine Wine & Good Spirits on Tuesday night. On Wednesday night, break-ins and thefts continued with 6 more people arrested—bringing the total, according to a report from The Philadelphia Inquirer, to 58 people through two-days. You can read more here: https://www.inquirer.com/crime/philadelphia-looting-vandalism-liquor-store-nats-beauty-supply-20230928.html Philadelphia social media influencer “Meatball” has been arrested for her participation in wide-spread looting on Tuesday night. Dayja “Meatball” Blackwell, who has nearly 500,000 followers on TikTok, has been charged with 6 felonies. During Wednesday night's presidential debate, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) said it was in America's best interest to end the war in Ukraine—and that we should not provide Ukraine with a “blank check.” In response, Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) argued that 90% of the money being provided to Ukraine is considered a “loan.” Vivek Ramaswamy insisted the money would never, realistically, be paid back. In perhaps the most awkward moment of the entire debate, former Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) referred to Donald Trump as “Donald Duck” for not participating in the debate. Listeners call-in to discuss last night's Republican presidential debate: who won? And was Chris Christie's “Donald Duck” moment so bad that it was actually good?
Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” gives his brutally honest assessment of every candidate's performance in the second Republican debate for the 2024 election, including Ron DeSantis, Vivek Ramaswamy, Nikki Haley, Tim Scott, Mike Pence, Doug Burgum, and Chris Christie. Dave also does a special “ask me anything” question-and-answer session on a wide-ranging host of topics, answering questions from the Rubin Report Locals community.
Stu Burguiere reviews the disastrous 2nd GOP debate of the 2024 election. But did Gov. Ron DeSantis, Vivek Ramaswamy, Nikki Haley, Chris Christie, or any of the other candidates say anything worthwhile in between shouting matches? There was one silver lining, though. Blaze Media Editor in Chief Matthew Peterson joins to explain how this debate was yet more proof that the era of the establishment media is over. TODAY'S SPONSORS BANK ON YOURSELF Do you want a guaranteed, predictable annual growth, control of your money, and tax-free retirement income? Then go to http://www.BankOnYourself.com/STU and they'll send you a free report with the proven retirement plan alternative that banks and Wall Street are desperately hoping you never hear about. GRIP 6 BELTS Please visit http://www.Grip6.com/STU and use the promo code 'STU' to save 15% REAL ESTATE AGENTS I TRUST For more information, please visit http://www.RealEstateAgentsITrust.com JASE MEDICAL Go to http://www.JaseMedical.com and enter code “STU” at checkout for a discount on your order Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
I think the Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce thing is a work. Also, looting in Philadelphia, Chris Christie calling Trump, Donald Duck and Trump calling him Porky Pig back, no one is going to stop you so fill up your garbage bag and much more! Sponsored by Blue Chew: https://bluechew.com/ promo code "opie" to try it for free! Join the Private Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/203909694525714 Merch - www.opieradio.com Instagram and Tik Tok - OpieRadio #trump #chrischristie #porkypig #donaldduck #taylorswiftSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mike Slater and Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow watched the 2nd GOP presidential debate....so you don't have to! But many of you did. What did you think? Did anyone on the stage stand out? Or did everyone shouting at each other turn you off? Mike and Alex take a deep dive into the debate. Then Alex talks about his upcoming book "Breaking Biden", where he exposes Joe Biden's long history of corruption!
As the 2024 GOP hopefuls gathered in California to debate, the barbs aimed at Donald Trump were more pointed, the elbows thrown at one another were sharper, and all in all, the moderators let the exchanges careen out of control. And yet, for all of that, the debate largely fell flat: Nobody's performance was strong enough to touch Trump's massive polling lead. What exactly happened? Playbook co-author Ryan Lizza talks it all through with national politics correspondent Adam Wren, who covered the debate in person, and takes us behind the camera to reveal how it played in the room. Playbook co-author Ryan Lizza interviews national politics correspondent Adam Wren.
Join The Young Turks, Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, and Sen. Nina Turner for their reaction to the best highlights of the second Republican Presidential Debate. The second presidential debate is hosted by Fox News. The debate will be available to watch on Fox Business. Rumble, and Univision. The debate will air 6-8pmPT/9-11pmET. The debate will take place at Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute in Simi Valley, California. Stuart Varney and Dana Perino, and Ilia Calderón will be moderating the debate. To qualify for the debate, candidates must have at least 50,000 unique donors, at least 200 from 20 different states, and must hit 3% in two national polls or 3% in 1 national poll and 3% in 2 polls from an early primary state. Qualifying candidates include Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, former Vice President Mike Pence, businessperson Vivek Ramaswamy, former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.), Doug Burgum, and former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Former President Donald Trump has also qualified, but will not be in attendance. Trump will skip the second Republican primary debate to speak Wednesday with UAW members at a non-union plant in Macomb County.Be The Change http://TYT.com/Change#TYT #TheYoungTurks #BreakingNewsSupport The Young Turks by Subscribing http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=theyoungturksLike Us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheYoungTurksFollow Us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheYoungTurksBuy TYT Merch: http://shoptyt.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Seven GOP candidates took to the debate stage Wednesday night at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California, for the second Republican presidential debate.Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina, entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, former Vice President Mike Pence, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, and North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum spent two hours answering questions from debate moderators Dana Perino of the Fox News Channel, Stuart Varney of Fox Business Network, and Univision anchor Ilia Calderón. Former two-term Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson did not qualify for the second debate. Former President Donald Trump skipped Wednesday night's debate, opting instead to deliver a speech at an auto parts manufacturer and supplier about 25 miles northeast of Detroit. Several significant moments stood out from the second GOP presidential debate, and Nathan Duell, the California state director of Heritage Action for America, joins “The Daily Signal Podcast” to explain how the debate compared to the first one Aug. 23 in Milwaukee and what issues moderators should have addressed, but didn't. (The Daily Signal is the news outlet of The Heritage Foundation. Heritage Action for America is an independent nonprofit organization affiliated with Heritage.) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
@TheHeartlandPOD on Twitter and ThreadsCo-HostsAdam Sommer @Adam_Sommer85 (Twitter) @adam_sommer85 (Post)Rachel Parker @msraitchetp (Post) Sean Diller @SeanDillerCO (Twitter and Post)https://heartlandpod.com/JOIN PATREON FOR MORE - AND JOIN OUR SOCIAL NETWORK!“Change The Conversation”Outro Song: “The World Is On Fire” by American Aquarium http://www.americanaquarium.com/ GOP Putting Jan 6 Back In The NewsGosar calls for Gen. Milley to be hunghttps://thehill.com/homenews/house/4221450-gosar-milley-hung/Polling isn't great for them on that topichttps://www.axios.com/2023/08/16/americans-approve-trump-indictment-jan-6-poll Alabama Gets A New House Seathttps://www.democracydocket.com/news-alerts/u-s-supreme-court-rejects-alabama-republicans-bid-to-pause-ruling-on-congressional-map/Shutdown BoogieAP: https://www.reuters.com/world/us/shutdown-showdown-us-congress-time-running-short-fund-government-2023-09-26/The Democratic-controlled Senate plans to vote on a stopgap funding bill with bipartisan support that would keep the federal government operating after current money runs out at midnight on Saturday (0400 GMT Sunday), giving negotiators more time to agree on full-year spending numbers.Hill: https://thehill.com/homenews/house/4223018-congress-shutdown-live-updates/Guardian piece on what it means to folkshttps://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2023/sep/26/what-government-shutdown-means-2023Thousands of federal workers go on furlough and lose payBodies that perform safety inspections like USDA can't perform jobsHead Start, a federally funded program, can be cut off for thousands of kidsSenate has bipartisan plan to make 7 week bridge, meanwhile in the House a plan to have Borbert flash the Chinese to just maybe forgive some of the debt payments House finally able to get through a vote to allow for debate - just debate, not passing a bill1995, 2013, 2019 - Government shutdowns, all of which came from GOP controlled houseMissouri Impacts: https://missouriindependent.com/2023/09/20/a-disaster-nears-millions-of-federal-workers-paychecks-would-be-on-hold-in-a-shutdown/There are 36,181 civilian federal employees in Missouri who would be impacted by a government shutdownWhiteman AFB, major disruptions with our huge local baseBiden Stands In Solidarity With Labor-On Tuesday Sept 26 Biden went to Michigan to stand with UAW members on the picket linehttps://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2023/sep/26/biden-joins-uaw-strike-update-detroit-Some theorize that Biden's problems are deeper than surface level superficial issueshttps://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/the-issue-that-s-a-bigger-problem-for-biden-than-his-age/ar-AA1heXQAFrom article: But the comparison that my colleague Gabriel Debenedetti described earlier this year as old versus crazy may not tell the whole story, two highly influential new national polls suggest. The drag on Joe Biden's reelection prospects may have as much to do with persistently dark perceptions of the economy as with concerns about a president who would turn 86 before a second term ended.-Biden holds steady on approvalhttps://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/polls/approval/joe-biden/?ex_cid=abcpromoDem primary Biden has absolute choke holdhttps://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/polls/president-primary-d/2024/national/ Side note: Hawley put on his “I'm a real boy” Green shirt and boots again to pretend like he sides with labor after a legacy of supporting right to workhttps://x.com/HawleyMO/status/1706414217241248051?s=20GOP Undercard Continues To Shuffle - Big Debate TonightDebate Stagehttps://www.cnn.com/2023/09/25/politics/second-republican-debate-line-up/index.htmlDeSantis, Haley, Scott, Ramaswamy, Pence, Christi and… DOUG BURGUM! All make the stageSean, sorry to say Asa is outTrump is skipping debate, because of course he isAt this point it appears Trump will either be THE candidate for the GOP or a convict, and possibly bothDeSantis appears done, struggling now in his own statehttps://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2023/sep/25/ron-desantis-florida-republicans-presidential-campaign-poll?CMP=Share_iOSApp_OtherTrump's lead holds as the also-rans disperse furtherhttps://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/polls/president-primary-r/2024/national/Trump Cleared of All Wrongdoing and Reinstated As President… sorry, I read that wrong, Trump was found guilty of Fraud in a New York civil case. https://www.cnn.com/2023/09/26/politics/trump-organization-business-fraudhttps://www.reuters.com/legal/judge-finds-trump-liable-fraud-new-york-civil-case-2023-09-26/The Federalist - spot calls on Larry Hogan and Chris Christie to run for Senatehttps://thefederalist.com/2023/09/26/if-larry-hogan-and-chris-christie-care-about-the-country-they-should-run-for-senate-not-president/
Tras la decisión del gobierno mexicano de endurecer la seguridad en los trenes, miles de familias migrantes han quedado varadas por no poder usarlos como medio de transporte. Escuche aquí algunas de sus historias.En otras noticias: Todo está listo para el debate republicano. Conozca a los participantes y la dinámica del evento. Un fallo judicial desestimó todos los cargos contra el policía que causó la muerte del joven hispano Eddie Irizarry.El FBI investiga acusaciones de brutalidad policial en Louisiana.El presidente Biden se unió a la huelga de trabajadores de la industria automotriz en Michigan.Hunter Biden presentó una demanda contra Rudolf Giuliani.Dos personas implicadas en el caso del fentanilo encontrado en una guardería fueron arrestadas y la investigación continúa. Cuatro personas han sido acusadas.
This episode is all about the first GOP primary debate of 2023. Mike Pence', Chris Christie, Nikki Haley, RoNPC, Vivek and more. We discuss our thoughts on the performance, candidate valence and what we see happening moving forward. We have some fun on this one. Join us as Dawg hosts and MWNN joins in second chair. Recorded 29 August 2023.Support the show
Paul Johnson analyzes the recent Republican debate from the view point of an independent voter, that featured former Vice President Mike Pence, Vivek Ramaswamy, Chris Christie, Ron Desantis and Nikki Haley. Paul's observations touch upon the status quo of U.S. politics, the influence of a small minority population on partisan primaries, the importance of states like Iowa and New Hampshire, the present state of America, as well as upon conversations about abortion and foreign policy. Today's episode is a commentary on what Paul refers to as the “exceptional” recent Republican debate. There are key commonalities among independents: they register as unaffiliated because they don't want to be identified as a group, and they like candidates that aren't afraid to buck their own party. Regardless of their vast differences they personify individualism. Paul played the answer given by the candidates about whether they would support Donald Trump as U.S. President even if he was convicted of a crime. Paul spoke about why a majority of candidates had to say yes. Paul reviewed how 44% of Americans registered as an independent, leaving about 60% split 30-30 between Democrats and Republicans. He illustrated how with less than 35% turnouts in the primary, it generally leaves about 8% of all Amercians who will vote in either primary. This gives a disproportional voice on both sides to voters who are more extreme. Candidates have no choice but to abide by this reality. Paul illustrates in congressional and legislative races, 70% of the districts have been gerrymandered to the point that there is no competition in the general election. This means that 70% of our congress is elected by less than 8% of the American voters. In the Presidential race it is still less than 8% of the voters who select the nominee of each party. After they have made the case to these more extreme voters in the primary, it can be hard to pivot. This leaves candidates and the parties to convince you that they are not as bad as the guy in the other party instead of creating an inspirational message of where we should go. Paul pointed out in this debate how some of the candidates bucked this trend. Paul discussed how from his experience working in Presidential campaigns, one of these candidates could upset the front runner Trump through winning Iowa, a caucus state or New Hampshire. Paul reviewed why Vivek Ramaswamy originally was attractive to independents. He wrote in his book Nation of Victims, how Trump represented a victim state, but did a 180-degree reverse on his position during the Republican debate. Sycophancy in this election is a valid strategy. If a candidate believes Trump may lose his criminal trials and was somehow not able to finish the primary, being his defender could cause his voters to shift to the defender – Paul explains why. Vice President Mike Pence is seen as a “coward” by both the left and the right. Paul points to the role he played by maintaining the constitution and not overturning the election, and will be seen by many independents as someone who actually did something heroic. Paul touches upon the role and approach Iowa and New Hampshire tend to have and how they will impact the upcoming presidential elections. The foreign policy part of the Republican debate is something that really caught Paul's attention. Paul plays several comments by candidates laying out dramatic views of America's role in the world. Paul unpacks the post-World War II ramifications that led the U.S. to become a superpower with plenty of allies worldwide. How this leadership role we played is being challenged by China, Russia, and here at home. Paul reviewed how different candidates approached describing problems: some using fear, others using inspiration. Paul countered some of the candidates' dark views of America. He believes that there isn't any better place to be today than the U.S. He notes that despite making up less than 5% of the world's population, the U.S. makes up over 31% of the world's global wealth and 35% of the world's innovation. Mentioned in This Episode: optamerican.com Addictive Ideologies: Finding Meaning and Agency When Politics Fail You by Dr Emily Bashah and Hon Paul Johnson The Optimistic American on YouTube - @optamerican Become a premium supporter of the show: OptAmerican.com/premium Previous episode - Does America Need a 3rd Party Candidate for President in 2024? With No Labels Founder, Sen. Joe Lieberman Previous episode - No Left, No Right but Forward with Forward Party Founder Andrew Yang Previous episode - Why America Needs a New Political Party with Forward Party Founder, Governor, and Madam Secretary Christine Todd Whitman Donald Trump Thomas Jefferson John McCain Chris Christie Vivek Ramaswamy Gallup.com The Nation of Victims: Identity Politics, the Death of Merit, and the Path Back to Excellence by Vivek Ramaswamy Mike Pence Kamala Harris Nikki Haley Ron DeSantis Hunter Biden
Today's stories: 1. Biden makes incredible announcement 2. Chris Christie gets confronted 3. Trump threatens Mark Milley 4. Kevin McCarthy in shambles 5. Clay Higgins called out 6. Clay Higgins perpetuates bonkers nonsense 7. Trump's dangerous vanity exposed Become a Patreon member at: https://www.patreon.com/lukebeasley Get connected below! Twitter - https://twitter.com/lukepbeasley Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/lukebeasleyofficial/ TikTok - https://vm.tiktok.com/TTPdSfpPHw/ YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM05jgFNwoeXvWfO9GuExzA
Steve Kornacki joins Kristen Welker to highlight numbers from the latest NBC News national poll. In an exclusive interview, GOP presidential candidate Chris Christie (R-N.J.) reacts to the poll, which shows him trailing former President Trump by over 50 points among Republican primary voters. Rep. James Clyburn (D-S.C.) exclusively joins Meet the Press to discuss voters' concerns about President Biden. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg addresses the looming government shutdown and Biden's handling of the UAW strike.
Sebastian is joined in-studio by his former White House colleague Boris Epshteyn to talk about the border crisis, the 2024 GOP primary, and more.Support the show: https://www.sebgorka.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's stories: 1. Bob Menendez indicted 2. Trump makes absurd demands 3. AOC roasts Boebert 4. Rubert Murdoch retires 5. Mark Milley makes stark warning 6. Chris Christie taunts Trump 7. Republican delivers wild rant Become a Patreon member at: https://www.patreon.com/lukebeasley Get connected below! Twitter - https://twitter.com/lukepbeasley Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/lukebeasleyofficial/ TikTok - https://vm.tiktok.com/TTPdSfpPHw/ YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM05jgFNwoeXvWfO9GuExzA
It's Friday, which means it's time to dissect what 2024 presidential candidates are saying on the campaign trail. This week, Chris Christie remarked that President Biden and former president Trump are past their "sell by dates." Nikki Haley has ramped up attacks on Trump and is laying out her economic vision in New Hampshire. And President Biden had a busy week at the UN. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What's Trending: Easy access to fentanyl a major problem for kids, Another dangerous criminal suspect released on low bail and Does anyone care that the Panthers have a transgender cheerleader? // Corrupt democrat Senator picks up another indictment and what platform is Chris Christie running on? Does anyone know? // Rantz is surprised by which states have the most obese people.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's stories: 1. Karl Rove calls out Republicans 2. Mitt Romney can't recognize his party 3. Chris Christie warns Trump 4. Local anchor condemns Lauren Boebert 5. Wisconsin Republicans prepare antidemocratic plan 6. Trump mocked by Lincoln Project Become a Patreon member at: https://www.patreon.com/lukebeasley Get connected below! Twitter - https://twitter.com/lukepbeasley Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/lukebeasleyofficial/ TikTok - https://vm.tiktok.com/TTPdSfpPHw/ YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM05jgFNwoeXvWfO9GuExzA
Happy Friday "Fannies"! Annie and the crew are broadcasting live from the Madison County GOP Golf Scramble today. In hour 1, they discuss the current state of Illinois politics and bring up a hypothetical situation asking what Illinois would be like if Chris Christie was the one running the state. They are then joined by Senator Erica Harriss and Rep Amy Elik join. They discuss what it is like to serve as the minority party in the state of Illinois as well as how Madison County has shifted from being a blue county since 2016. They wrap up the hour with Wiggins America: The Bee or Not The Bee.
Join us for a conversation with Hirsh Singh, a presidential candidate known for his strong America First stance and opposition to the DACA program. Hirsh shares his views on the recent DACA ruling, immigration issues, and the lack of leadership in Congress. He also discusses his campaign and how he aims to stand out in a crowded field of candidates. Don't miss this candid discussion with Hirsh Singh on the Mark Cox Morning Show.
On Thursday's Mark Levin Show, Hunter Biden has been indicted by a Grand Jury in Delaware on three Federal gun-related charges. Joe Biden can pardon Hunter if he wants to and it wouldn't affect his re-election chances if he is the Democrat nominee because he can wait until after the election. Strangely, some Republicans do not want Joe Biden to be the Democrat nominee for president in 2024 because he has a disastrous record and can barely speak coherently. Also, Nancy Pelosi in 2019 singlehandedly brought impeachment charges against President Trump without holding a vote, setting the precedent for Kevin McCarthy to do the same to Joe Biden. Now Pelosi is calling it hogwash because hard-left Democrats lie on all things small or big since it doesn't matter to them. RINOs and Never Trumpers like Adam Kinzinger don't just criticize Conservatives but go so far as to praise Democrats and Joe Biden for destroying our country. The Republican establishment has never supported Conservatives, from Reagan to Goldwater to Trump, so to hear people like Chris Christie and John Sununu talk about how great Reagan was while trashing Trump is absurd. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Our hosts bid a hilarious farewell to summer, recounting their epic battles with vermin that have turned their lives into a critter-filled comedy show. From raccoons invading the duo's fire escape (pictured) to rooftop escapades that sound like raccoon rave parties (not pictured), and misadventures with mice in the McDonald's cherry pie cabinet, they've got stories. Whether they're good or not is up to the internet. But the laughter doesn't stop there! John's dad's tearful tales add an emotional twist, while tales of worms and oatmeal maggots keep things delightfully disgusting. And just when you thought it couldn't get any more about vermin, they dive into a lively discussion about the Republican debate, featuring Vivek Ramaswamy and Chris Christie. This smorgasbord of raccoons, piggies, political banter, and unexpected oatmeal surprises will have you holding onto your sides while thinking twice about dirty hands and what might end up in your butt! (Seriously, listen for the butt message - it's important!)
A massive earthquake hit Morocco and resulted in close to 2,500 casualties. Trump was booed while DeSantis was ignored during campaign stops in Iowa. The GOP in Ohio is trying to change the language in a ballot on abortion rights. A new poll shows that MAGA does not want Trump to pick Marjorie Greene as his VP. Chris Christie spars with a Fox host over Trump. The Governor of New Mexico has suspended the right to carry guns in public.Host: Rayyvana (@RayyvanaTTV)Co-Host: Sen. Nina Turner (@ninaturner)SUBSCRIBE on YOUTUBE: ☞ https://www.youtube.com/thedamagereport?sub_confirmation=1TIKTOK ☞ https://www.tiktok.com/@thedamagereport?lang=enINSTAGRAM: ☞ http://www.instagram.com/thedamagereport/TWITTER: ☞ https://twitter.com/TheDamageReportFACEBOOK: ☞ https://www.facebook.com/TheDamageReportTYT/
On Friday's Mark Levin Show, the war on America by the Democrat party, who hate this country, is not just focused on Donald Trump. They want to destroy Trump and make an example out of him, but they also want to make an example out of anyone who opposes the Democrat party, especially anyone involved in the 2020 election. This is what you get when you criminalize politics; Democrat cities indicting people for simply challenging an election and turning it into RICO charges. The right to a speedy trial exists in the Bill of Rights to the benefit of the citizen, not the government, and Judge Chutkan rushing Trump's trial date and jumping in front of the Florida case is a blatant misuse of her power. This is a war on the Republic being waged by the ruling class elite in Washington D.C. Also, Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump were breakthrough, game-changing Presidents who pierced the Washington bubble and shook up the establishment. We keep hearing from Republicans and the media how great Ronald Reagan was, yet they never believed it while he was running for President or even while President; especially from the “Stop Reagan” movement from the Bush's. We can't be fooled by people like Joe Scarborough or Chris Christie, who want to use Reagan to trash Trump. Later, Mark is joined by Peter Navarro, former Assistant to President Trump, to discuss his conviction of contempt of Congress for refusing to turn over documents to the corrupt January 6 committee. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On Thursday's Mark Levin Show, President Biden and the Democrat Party are destroying immigration and the economy. Democrats are telling us this is one of the greatest economies ever. The idea that you have to pay more for fuel, utilities, and food is your imagination because Democrats tell you they created a fantastic economy, and if you don't believe it's your fault. Don't worry about your IRA's and mutual funds. The Democrat position on the border is that it's secure and now all of a sudden sanctuary cities are upset. This is Biden's fault, he is destroying America - citizenship doesn't mean a thing anymore. What happening on the border the destruction of communities, the growing crime, and impoverishment is a Democrat Party-created disaster. Later, school choice is more important now than ever, we can't have any more pretenders. Nikki Haley can't run on a big school choice plan because she didn't have one. Chris Christie didn't lift a finger for school choice in NJ as Governor. Also, Vivek Ramaswamy was the media and polling favorite last week, now this week it's Nikki Haley. The polls are meaningless, you have to vote for the candidate you believe is best to lead the country - not who can win or who's leading in the polls. Don't be misled by talking heads on TV. Afterward, Sen Tom Cotton calls in on the latest effort to undermine Donald Trump and prevent him from returning to the White House and his take on the January 6 sentences. Finally, thanks to Mark's listeners WLS AM will air the radio show live! And thanks to Fox News and Mark's viewers Life, Liberty and Levin is expanding to 2 days a week, Saturday and Sunday. The first show of Life, Liberty and Levin got a review from Media Matters and as usual, they got it all wrong. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Click here for the full episode with Matt Taibbi: https://www.usefulidiotspodcast.com/p/matt-taibbi-on-gop-debates-censorship?r=je5va&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web Click here for the full interview with Max Blumenthal and Matt Orfalea: https://www.usefulidiotspodcast.com/p/matt-taibbi-and-max-blumenthal-on?r=je5va&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web For $5 a month, become a Useful Idiot! Get extended interviews, Thursday Throwdowns, and chat live with Katie and Aaron in the Absurd Arena at www.usefulidiotspodcast.com Watch this week's Thursday Throwdown: NATO Pinky Swears that it's a "Defensive Alliance" https://open.substack.com/pub/usefulidiots/p/nato-pinky-swears-that-its-a-defensive?r=je5va&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web Join the Absurd Arena live chat with Katie and Aaron every Tuesday at 12pm est at https://usefulidiots.substack.com/chat Did you ever wonder what Democracy Now's Amy Goodman would sound like if she was played by director and actor Werner Herzog? Or what Chris Christie would do if Trump ordered food for him that he was allergic to? Have you wondered what the German word is for a Brazilian spider bite that causes painful, hours-long erections? Do you know the world-record time for drinking 2-liters of soda? Can you guess how many buffalo wings Matt Taibbi has eaten in one hour? Or how many hugs two erotically-charged men can do in one minute? Did you ever wonder if hugs could be counted? Or if an act of love such as a hug can't be quantified as there is so much more to a hug than a physical entanglement of arms, and that in the same way a competition for who can fall in love more times is a fleeting grasp at ordering the confusing nature of life, it is ultimately an impossible feat, and maybe the point of life isn't to count but to live, so when you finally allow yourself the freedom of falling out of control instead of waiting indefinitely behind the curtains of a stage that only exists in your own mind, preparing to say the lines you wrote for yourself but know deep down you'll never perform, when you finally let all that go and “embrace” the lack of control you realize you aren't falling but flying? Did you ever wonder those things? If so, you're in luck! Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper have all the answers while they celebrate three and a half years of Useful Idiots with a reunion episode, throwing it back to the four food groups, terrible media clips, a scary new censor, and as always, a whole lotta nonsense. Subscribe to watch the full episode where Matt and Katie do shrooms with Trump in a bowling alley and discuss the dystopian future of government censorship where the word transparency no longer means we get to see what they're doing, but where they get to always keep an eye on us. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The former governor of New Jersey is running to be the Republican nominee for president for a second time, having lost to Donald Trump in 2016. In an interview with The NPR Politics Podcast, Christie says both he and the GOP have changed in the intervening years, but his break with Trump and Christie's positions on abortion & Ukraine increasingly put him out of step with the party he hopes to lead. This episode: politics correspondent Susan Davis and senior White House correspondent Tamara Keith.This episode was produced by Casey Morell. Our executive producer is Muthoni Muturi. Unlock access to this and other bonus content by supporting The NPR Politics Podcast+. Sign up via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org. Connect:Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.orgJoin the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.
(0:00) Besties welcome former NJ Governor and Republican Presidential Candidate Chris Christie! (2:14) US debt crisis, cutting entitlements (14:03) Level-setting on foreign policy (25:28) Ukraine / Russia: culpability, where to go from here (36:47) US defense budget, optimizing spend, zero-based budgeting, influence peddling (50:01) Immigration policy, how each party co-opts the issue (1:02:24) Fentanyl crisis in SF, LA, and NYC, incarceration and criminal justice reform, political activism in law enforcement (1:15:57) Why Chris Christie is running for president (1:17:41) Thoughts on prosecuting Trump, January 6th, and more (1:23:16) Chris Christie addresses his past controversies (1:48:34) Post-interview debrief Follow the besties: https://twitter.com/chamath https://linktr.ee/calacanis https://twitter.com/DavidSacks https://twitter.com/friedberg Follow Chris Christie: https://twitter.com/GovChristie Follow the pod: https://twitter.com/theallinpod https://linktr.ee/allinpodcast Intro Music Credit: https://rb.gy/tppkzl https://twitter.com/yung_spielburg Intro Video Credit: https://twitter.com/TheZachEffect Referenced in the show: https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/GFDEBTN https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/SMPOPNETMUSA https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/stats/southwest-land-border-encounters https://www.washingtonpost.com/immigration/2023/08/31/border-families-record-crossings-biden