President Obama accused his own party of being cancel-culture “buzzkills.” Agree or disagree?Harriet Hageman, Marsha Blackburn, Rep. Nicole Malliotakis, Matt Schlapp, and Rep. Louie Gohmert join the conversation! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
4:20 pm: Zack Smith, a Fellow in Legal and Judicial Studies at the Heritage Foundation joins Greg for a conversation about the shocking new crime numbers released by the FBI and the Left's embrace of lawlessness4:38 pm: Harriet Hageman, the woman who beat Liz Cheney in the Wyoming GOP Primary, joins Greg to discuss her race for Congress and the GOP's chances nationwide5:05 pm: Grover Norquist, Founder and President of Americans for Tax Reform joins Greg for a conversation about the Internal Revenue Service's recent problems, including allowing ineligible child tax credits, employees defrauding covid relief programs, and the destruction of 30 million taxpayer files6:05 pm: Jim Behunin, Executive Director, Pioneer Park Coalition, joins Greg for a conversation about a new three-pronged approach to help handle homelessness in Salt Lake City, which includes the police arresting those who break the law
Marion Hageman successfully raised 6 children and hosted over 40 foster kids, all the while working through hardships and never seeing anything but blessings. Their ranch house was small but their hearts were huge and Marion is a beautiful example of living each day with courage. She has always lived out the Cowboy Code and it shows in her life of ranching, hard work, and supporting a husband who was in politics. All of her kids, including Harriet Hageman, live with intention, sacrifice, and work ethic. She has enough courage to spill out onto whoever chooses to accept it. Long live cowgirls!
Any insinuation that there was anything wrong with the 2020 election is met by a tidal wave of criticism--even in Wyoming. 41 Wyoming attorneys have sent now 2 letters basically threatening Harriet Hageman. The first push back comes from an unlikely source.
Harriet Hageman has spent a lifetime upholding the values of the Constitution in the legal and political arenas. To celebrate Constitution Day, she joins Heritage’s Tommy Binion to think through the gravest threats to the Constitution and help prepare the conservative movement for the fight to protect it. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more […]
Harriet Hageman has spent a lifetime upholding the values of the Constitution in the legal and political arenas. To celebrate Constitution Day, she joins Heritage's Tommy Binion to think through the gravest threats to the Constitution and help prepare the conservative movement for the fight to protect it. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On today's Breitbart News Daily podcast, we begin with L.A. Magazine reviewing "My Son Hunter" - though they haven't seen it. Then, a Democrat politician in Nevada will continue to get his salary while he stands trial for allegedly assassinating a journalist. Another top Democrat refuses to debate the Republican in Arizona that's beating her in a major Governor's race. So, whatever happened to all that talk about how Democracy is under attack? And Republicans have officially turned on Big Business. All of that and much more in the opening. Then, we speak to Harriet Hageman, who will presumably be the next Congresswoman from Wyoming. She shellacked Rep. Liz Cheney in the Republican primary by nearly 40 points. She tells us why she won by so much, why the Jan. 6th committee should be disbanded, and which bureaucratic agencies she would eliminate if she could.
In today’s podcast Byron sits down with attorney and recent Republican primary winner of the United States House of Representatives election in Wyoming, Harriet Hageman. They discuss her recent win over Liz Cheney and what she plans to do moving forward.
Fellas discuss skyrocketing crime rates and Biden's falling poll numbers before previewing the new football season with longtime friend of the progrum, Angry Redskins Fan. Harriet Hageman joins for an in-studio conversation about her race for Congress from Wyoming.
In today's podcast Byron sits down with attorney and recent Republican primary winner of the United States House of Representatives election in Wyoming, Harriet Hageman. They discuss her recent win over Liz Cheney and what she plans to do moving forward.
Yesterday Liz Cheney lost the Republican nomination for Wyoming's House seat to the Trump-backed candidate Harriet Hageman. Freddy Gray is joined by the author and journalist James Pogue to discuss the impact of the result.
On today's episode of the MeidasTouch Podcast, Ben and Brett are joined by General Treasure of Rhode Island and candidate for U.S. Congress, Seth Magaziner. Magaziner is taking on a radical right Republican who has been caught cozying up to big money donors and brushing shoulders with the likes of Harriet Hageman, Kevin McCarthy and others, and Magaziner's race it essential to keeping control of House of Representatives. Throughout the episode, the brothers discuss the National Republican Senatorial Committee's vanishing funds under the leadership of career crook Rick Scott, polling that shows Americans now care about democracy over any other issue, and the right-wing turn of CNN under its new leadership. DEALS FROM OUR SPONSORS: Aspiration: https://aspiration.com/touch AG1 by Athletic Greens: https://athleticgreens.com/meidas GET MEIDAS MERCH: https://store.meidastouch.com Remember to subscribe to ALL the Meidas Media Podcasts: MeidasTouch: https://pod.link/1510240831 Legal AF: https://pod.link/1580828595 The PoliticsGirl Podcast: https://pod.link/1595408601 The Influence Continuum: https://pod.link/1603773245 Kremlin File: https://pod.link/1575837599 Mea Culpa with Michael Cohen: https://pod.link/1530639447 The Weekend Show: https://pod.link/1612691018 The Tony Michaels Podcast: https://pod.link/1561049560 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
DID TRUMP STEAL THE MUELLER INVESTIGATION DOCUMENTS TOO? A BLOCK (0:00) We know the FBI suspects Trump purloined documents relating to nuclear weapons (0:35) but now it looks like he may have also taken stuff from boxes figuratively marked "MUELLER" (0:49) because his lackey Kash Patel has left a trail of interviews in which he has promised to go into the National Archives, take all the "Russia-Gate" and impeachment documents, and publicly release them (1:55) Judge Reinhart promises partial release of the search warrant affidavit (2:55) and Ryan Goodman and Laura Rozen of "Just Security" saw the connection (3:07) the infamous John Solomon is named one of Trump's reps to the Archives (3:37) and Patel is named the other one (6:24) Patel began telling interviewers, on the record, of his plan in MAY (7:40) ABC News made the linkage too (8:58) If Trump and/or the documents at Mar-A-Lago are at all connected to the Patel scheme, it may trigger espionage charges against Trump (9:55) Goodman notes one document released Thursday reveals DOJ got the search warrant on the premise that the Mar-A-Lago stash included EVIDENCE OF A CRIME (10:57) meanwhile Trump world is looking for the rat who talked to DOJ and even suspecting family members, when DOJ could easily have figured all this because Kash Patel has been opening his big kazoo for four months! B BLOCK (16:00) Every Dog Has Its Day (17:44) Postscripts To The News: the Congressman who insists the FBI director appointed by Trump was actually appointed by Biden (18:27) The candidate who looks like all five members of Kids In The Hall playing the same character has already lied about Liz Cheney after defeating her (20:23) and Mike Lindell means it this time: THIS election conference will prove to everybody who's ever lived that there's fraud! (21:14) Sports: DeShaun Watson suspended, fined $5,000,000, apologizes - and then insists he's innocent and the settlement means nothing (22:30) We've put out a Silver Alert for Tom Brady (23:36) An Alabama County Republican group apologizes for using a logo with hooded Klansmen in it - they vie with the Prime Minister of Norway and a Minnesota violence-threatening GOP candidate for Worst Person honors. C BLOCK (28:48) Things I Promised Not To Tell: CNN cancels the only TV show that regularly criticized Fox News, and fires host Brian Stelter (30:23) The Daily Beast quotes a source who insists new CNN President Chris Licht "didn't want to do this" (33:11) I call BS because at MSNBC, Licht was Joe Scarborough's Henchman and after Scarborough attacked me on twitter in a violation of MSNBC policy that was supposed to resort in automatic suspension, Licht warned management that if they suspended Scarborough, Scarborough would go to right wing media and say he was being persecuted by me because he was a conservative. (37:48) In May 2010 Licht also helped Scarborough get Markos Moulitsas of Daily Kos suspended from MY show and ultimately banned from MSNBC because Scarborough didn't like something Moulitsas had tweeted (40:29) Licht demanding that Maddow, Matthews and I stop criticizing "Joe's friends" was a staple at MSNBC (41:25) and Licht was hired to run CNN to enable the new Trump-Friendly owners to move out the liberals like Stelter. (42:42) Less Thurber than usual for a weekend edition, but his impeccable fable "The Peacelike Mongoose" and the story behind it involving my father, and James Thurber's daughter!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming lost her primary race in a landslide to Harriet Hageman, who is backed by former President Trump. Cheney became the eighth GOP House member who voted to impeach Trump to lose a primary or retire. Also, the fallout continues over the FBI's seizure of classified documents from Trump's Mar-a Lago home as a judge considers releasing parts of the affidavit used in the search.
FBI source drops BOMBSHELL indicated FBI raid may have just been an Regime COVER UP for Russiagate hoax, 14 FBI Whistleblowers reveal what FBI REALLY up to, MAGA Candidates make MASSIVE gains in 2022 midterms after FBI raid BACKFIRES on Regime, Joe Biden calls Liz Cheney after her 37-point defeat to the Trump-backed Harriet Hageman in Wyoming's GOP primary - as strategists warn she has NO CHANCE of becoming president in 2024
Wyoming's lone member of Congress, Liz Cheney, lost her seat to Trump-backed candidate Harriet Hageman this week – and she didn't seem surprised at the outcome.President Joe Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act Tuesday. CDC Director Rochelle Walensky announced the organization was hitting reset after falling short in its response to COVID-19. The CDC also announced a new strategy for distributing monkeypox vaccine.Meanwhile, Ukraine's president is calling on the United Nations to "ensure the security" of Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. It's Europe's largest nuclear power station and has been occupied by Russia since March.The head of the World Health Organization spoke out this week about the crisis in Ethiopia's blockaded Tigray region. The 6 million people living in the area have been cut off from the world since violence erupted there in late 2020.We cover all this and more during the News Roundup. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
This week, Congresswoman Liz Cheney lost her Wyoming primary to Harriet Hageman, a Trump-endorsed attorney, ending a political dynasty. Her defeat by more than 37 points was one of the largest losses by a House incumbent, despite her conservative voting record. Cheney previously voted against restoring parts of the Voting Rights Act, expanding the Affordable Care Act, and impeaching Trump the first time. But the GOP and the Wyoming Republican Party noisily separated from Cheney after she voted to impeach former President Trump for inciting an insurrection in 2021 and denounced his lies about the 2020 election. So where does she go from here? And what does this signal about the GOP's future? Now Cheney is hinting at running for president in 2024, presumably against Trump. But after this significant defeat, does she even have a chance? This political moment and the Republican Party's recent shift may have ties to the 1990s. What can history teach us about times when belief in the democratic process is fading? And how can the Democratic party build a candidate that personally resonates with voters similar to Trump? Fall marks the start of a new school year, and the fight over vaccine mandates seems to have slowed down. In Washington, D.C. public schools are mandating students get vaccinated against COVID-19, but no state is requiring it. Should there be a limit to mandates in public schools? And how can the general public discuss these complicated issues without becoming politically divisive? Host David Greene discusses with Elizabeth Bruenig, staff writer at The Atlantic, on the left; Tara Setmayer, senior advisor at the Lincoln Project, on the right; and special guest Nicole Hemmer, associate professor of history and director of the Rogers Center for the Study of the Presidency at Vanderbilt University.
Topics: Brian Stelter leaves CNN; Dan Price, America's "most moral CEO," accused of sexual assault by multiple women; Trump's Chief Financial Officer Allen Weisselberg pleads guilty to Trump stuff; Harriet Hageman lies about Liz Cheney failing to concede defeat; Rudy Giuliani testifies; Who's the rat in Mar a Lago?; Tucker Carlson warns of violence if Trump is indicted 00:00:00 David does The News 00:00:54 Technical problems 00:01:48 Flooding In Sudan 00:02:43 Flooding in France 00:03:10 Europe is in a record drought 00:04:03 Record year for fire in Spain, Portugal and France 00:04:35 Kenya holds election for president, loser won't concede 00:05:19 Polio in Rockland County, New York 00:06:36 Socialist Pedro Castillo faces third impeachment in Peru 00:07:46 Liz Cheney goes down to defeat 00:09:07 Harriet Hageman accuses Liz of being a sore loser, but they're caught in a lie 00:13:27 Liz Cheney is a deeply flawed profile in courage 00:22:28 Liz will run for president and Trump will destroy her 00:33:18 George W. Bush is now teaching a Master Class in leadership. Amazing 00:52:29 Ron DeSantis wants veterans without a college degree to teach in our public schools 01:00:51 Kari Lake has a penis 01:09:06 Alex Jones turns back on Trump to support DeSantis 01:16:12 Trump CFO Allen Weisselberg pleads guilty andsentenced to Rikers 01:17:25 Steve Bannon hates Mike Pence 01:22:32 Eric Trump's pastor is Greg Locke 01:25:08 Ted Cruz says GOP gets the House and then it's non-stop impeachment rama 01:33:24 Chuck Schumer's son-in-law Michael Shapiro is a disgrace 01:35:58 "Ain't No Chairs" written and performed by Professor MIKE STEINEL 01:39:46 PROFESSOR BEN BURGIS, columnist for Jacobin and host of "Give Them An Argument" 01:48:30 Ben Shapiro doesn't approve of Dave Rubin's same sex marriage, and the rest of the Right doesn't approve of both their Judaism 02:03:05 DR. PHILIP HERSCHENFELD & ETHAN HERSCHENFELD 02:09:16 Ethan has some problems with Book of Deuteronomy 02:42:03 EMIL GUILLERMO, columnist for the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund and host of The PETA Podcast 02:42:39 Leave Alec Baldwin alone, seriously, he didn't do it on purpose 02:48:19 Is Liz Cheney really our ally, just because she's going after Trump? 03:04:57 Sacheen Littlefeather gets an apology from Movie Academy, will she now get one from Dennis Miller and Jay Leno? 03:14:34 A brilliant clip of Steve Martin 03:18:51 THE REV. BARRY W. LYNN, Americans United For Separation of Church and State 03:20:02 Andrew Yang and Christie Todd Whitman launch a new party, and it looks like a grift 03:36:17 Latest polls show Dr. Oz is going to lose in Pennsylvania 03:44:55 Dems could pick up seats in the senate 04:11:59 THE PROFESSORS AND MARY ANNE: PROFESSORS LI, BICK, CUMMINGS AND HUSAIN 04:14:33 JOE IN NORWAY IN SPAIN prepares Gazpacho 04:17:34 How's the war in Ukraine going? 04:21:11 Ron DeSantis cracks down on socially responsible investing 04:26:03 How America doesn't take care of its elderly and how Holland does 04:38:30 Great Britain takes care of its elderly better than America 04:52:41 Why can Europe do a mixed economy that allows for Capitalism and a social safety net but America can't? 05:12:12 ALAN MINSKY, executive director of Progressive Democrats of America 05:20:25 Will the Court block the Dems from passing law protecting a woman's right to an abortion? We livestream here on YouTube every Monday and Thursday starting at 5:00 PM Eastern and go until 11:00 PM. Please join us! Take us wherever you go by subscribing to this show as a podcast! Here's how: https://davidfeldmanshow.com/how-to-listen/ And Subscribe to this channel. SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MEDIA: https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=PDTFTUJCCV3EW More David @ http://www.DavidFeldmanShow.com Get Social With David: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/davidfeldmancomedy?ref=hl Twitter: https://twitter.com/David_Feldman_ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/david-feldman-show/id321997239
Wyoming Republican Rep. Liz Cheney is laying out her future political plans, including a possible run against Donald Trump in 2024, after conceding defeat in the primary election for her House seat. Her loss on Tuesday followed unyielding criticism since the Jan. 6 attack on the Capital of the former president and his efforts to subvert the 2020 election. "This primary election is over, but now the real work begins," Cheney said in her concession speech Tuesday night, noting that she had called opponent Harriet Hageman to congratulate her. Cheney acknowledged in a Wednesday interview on NBC's Today she was "thinking" about running for president in 2024. For her 2022 House race, Cheney raised $14 million, a record for any primary in Wyoming's history, and she spent about half of it. The vast majority of donations came from out of state, and she has built up a network she could tap into in the future.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney, Donald Trump's fiercest Republican adversary in Congress, was defeated in a GOP primary Tuesday, falling to a rival backed by the former president in a rout that reinforced his grip on the party's base. The third-term congresswoman and her allies entered the day downbeat about her prospects, aware that Trump's backing gave Harriet Hageman considerable lift in the state where he won by the largest margin during the 2020 campaign. Cheney was already looking ahead to a political future beyond Capitol Hill that could include a 2024 presidential run, potentially putting her on another collision course with Trump.
It's Wednesday, August 17th, A.D. 2022. This is The Worldview in 5 Minutes heard at www.TheWorldview.com. I'm Adam McManus. (Adam@TheWorldview.com) By Jonathan Clark First anniversary of America's withdrawal from Afghanistan Monday marked the one-year anniversary since the Taliban seized control of Afghanistan's capital and instituted strict Islamic law on the country. International Christian Concern released a situational overview on Afghan Christian minorities. Most Christians in Afghanistan converted out of Islam. Such conversions are banned by the Taliban. Even allegations of conversion can lead to death. Christians there have to hide from the Taliban or try to escape. Those who stay become internally displaced persons and don't even receive the humanitarian aid designated for them because of their isolation. Those who escape often face discrimination in neighboring Pakistan, Iran, or Turkey. Please pray for our suffering Afghan brothers and sisters in Christ. Psalm 17:11-13 says, “They have now surrounded us in our steps; they have set their eyes, crouching down to the earth, as a lion is eager to tear his prey . . . Arise, O LORD, Confront him, cast him down; deliver my life from the wicked." Pentecostal Cuban Church upset with perversion promotion The Pentecostal Christian Church of Cuba recently renounced its membership in the Cuban Council of Churches. The denomination denounced the council's resolution to promote sexually perverted lifestyles. Cuba's Communist Party uses the council to control official religious activity in the country and silence free evangelical churches that dissent. Other denominations in Cuba are expected to withdraw from the council and will likely face harassment from the Cuban dictator. Acts 5:29 says, “We ought to obey God rather than men.” Biden backed down: Allows religious schools in lunch program Last Friday, the Biden administration granted an exception for religious schools from its interpretation of Title IX. Title IX bans discrimination on the basis of sex in educational institutions. The U.S. Department of Agriculture recently interpreted Title IX to include a ban on discrimination against people living sexually perverted lifestyles. This meant the Food and Drug Administration would no longer fund lunch programs for schools that do not accept such lifestyles. In response, Grant Park Christian Academy in Florida sued the Biden administration for violating their religious liberty. New guidance from the FDA now grants all religious schools an exception from the Title IX interpretation. Idaho Supreme Court greenlights two pro-life laws Last Friday, the Idaho Supreme Court ruled that two anti-abortion laws can go into effect, rejecting a lawsuit from Planned Parenthood. One of the laws prohibits abortions on babies with detectable heartbeats and has a private enforcement mechanism. The other law is an abortion ban triggered by the overturning of Roe v. Wade. The ruling stated, “In Dobbs, the Supreme Court held that the United States Constitution does not explicitly or implicitly contain a right to abortion and returned the ‘profound moral question' of abortion to the ‘people and their elected representatives.'” Trump-endorsed candidates did well Candidates endorsed by former President Donald Trump won their primaries in state and federal races last week following the FBI's raid on Trump's Mar-a-Lago home in Florida. Breitbart reports Trump's endorsement record stands at 192-11. Of the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump after the January 6 riots, seven lost their primaries or chose to retire. After blasting Trump, Liz Cheney lost big In addition, the Trump-backed Wyoming challenger in GOP Primary, Harriet Hageman, trounced one high-profile impeacher, Wyoming Republican Liz Cheney, in a dramatic 59%-36% defeat yesterday. Cheney's impeachment vote in January 2021 resulted in a censure from the Wyoming GOP and county delegations. She was also criticized by Republican leadership for agreeing to be the vice chairwoman of the House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021 Capitol riot, as well as arguing the 2020 election wasn't stolen, reports the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle. Listen to Cheney's concession speech from last night. CHENEY: “Two years ago, I won this primary with 73% of the vote. I could easily have done the same again. The path was clear. But it would have required that I go along with President Trump's lie about the 2020 election. It would have required that I enable his ongoing efforts to unravel our democratic system and attack the foundations of our republic. That was a path I could not and would not take. (cheers) “And tonight, Harriet Hageman has received the most votes in this primary. She won. I called her to concede the race. This primary election is over. But now the real work begins.” (cheers) Not only does Liz Cheney plan to continue the investigation into January 6th, but she has hinted at having presidential ambitions. 35% of teens use social media constantly A new Pew Research report found 35% of teens say they use a social media platform almost constantly. And about half of teens say they use the internet almost constantly. The five top platforms teens use almost all the time are YouTube, TikTok, Instagram, Snapchat, and Facebook. In terms of general usage, 95% of teens say they use YouTube; 67% say they use TikTok (which has skyrocketed in popularity); 62% use Instagram; and 59% use Snapchat. Over half of teens admit it would be hard to give up social media. 99-year-old woman welcomes 100th great-grandchild And finally, a 99-year-old Pennsylvania woman recently welcomed her 100th great-grandchild into the world! As an only child, Peggy Koller wanted to have a big family. She and her husband William had 11 children, 56 grandchildren, and now 100 great-grandchildren. Peggy's family said faith, family, and working out keep her going. BABY'S FATHER: “She works out twice a day, which is insane.” BABY'S MOTHER: “I think faith is the other one I'd say. Faith and family really gets her going.” Psalm 127:3 says, “Behold, children are a heritage from the LORD, the fruit of the womb is a reward.” Close And that's The Worldview in 5 Minutes on this Wednesday, August 17th, in the year of our Lord 2022. Subscribe by iTunes or email to our unique Christian newscast at www.TheWorldview.com. Or get the Generations app through Google Play or The App Store. I'm Adam McManus (Adam@TheWorldview.com). Seize the day for Jesus Christ.
A bitter row within Kenya's electoral commission is deepening after its chairman, Wafula Chebukati, accused senior colleagues of trying to alter last week's presidential election result to force a re-run. Mr Chebukati declared William Ruto as the winner on Monday, but four of his electoral commissioners immediately disowned the result. Also in the programme: A huge explosion rips through a mosque in the Afghan capital Kabul; and Liz Cheney, critic of Donald Trump, loses her Republican seat in Congress after being defeated by Trump-backed candidate Harriet Hageman. (Photo: Kenya's Deputy President William Ruto two days after the electoral commission declared him as the President-elect. Credit: EPA).
Republicans in the State of Wyoming have voted overwhelmingly to remove Liz Cheney from Congress. She was defeated by Harriet Hageman, who supports Donald Trump's unfounded claims that there was voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election. We speak to Mark Lotter, a former assistant of Donald Trump's at the White House, and get the latest from Washington DC with journalist John Gizzi. Also in the programme: continuing controversy over the presidential election in Kenya; and a new exodus of Jews from Russia as a result of the invasion of Ukraine. (Credit: Republican candidate U.S. Representative Liz Cheney during her primary election night party in Jackson, Wyoming, Credit: REUTERS/David Stubbs)
: Former President Trump is on the verge of exacting revenge against his biggest Republican critic: Congresswoman Liz Cheney. She is almost certain to lose her bid for re-election, with recent polls showing her trailing her opponent, Harriet Hageman, by double digits. We have live reporting from Jackson, Wyoming. Also, kids across the country are heading back to school during what some administrators are calling one of the worst teacher shortages ever. We have reporting on one principal who is combating the shortage by rolling out a boot camp to train recent graduates. Plus, the most powerful rocket NASA has ever built to space is set to blast off for an unmanned mission around the moon. Will NASA view it as a success or failure?
Aides of Republican Rep. Liz Cheney say she intends to make the case that she is at “the beginning of the battle” against former President Trump when she speaks to her supporters tonight. The aides also say she's planning to call on both parties to join her fight to protect democracy and the rule of law in America. Cheney is facing Trump-backed attorney Harriet Hageman and three other candidates in the GOP primary for Wyoming's lone House seat. CNN Chief National Correspondent John King gives AC360 the latest on Cheney's uphill battle to keep her seat. Plus, the FBI interviewed former White House Counsel Pat Cipollone and his former deputy Patrick Philbin earlier this year as part of the investigation into the documents found at the former President's Mar-a-Lago resort. Nick Akerman is a former assistant special Watergate prosecutor and a former assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York. He tells Anderson Cooper whether he thinks executive privilege would apply during the interviews with Cipollone and Philbin. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
NBC News projects that Liz Cheney has lost her primary in Wyoming to Harriet Hageman. The federal judge, who signed off on the search warrant on Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate, set a Thursday hearing to discuss whether to unseal the affidavit. And a report from the House Oversight Committee unveils how misinformation has put election workers and American democracy in danger. Peter Baker, Stuart Stevens, Nick Troiano, Melissa Murray, Symone Sanders-Townsend, and Jane Slusser join.
Today's headlines: The DOJ has reportedly returned Trump's passports after the Mar-a-Lago search, while several media outlets and Trump himself are requesting that a court unseal the affidavit. The New York Times reported yesterday that Trump's White House counsel and January 6th hearing starlet Pat Cipollone, along with his deputy Patrick Philbin, have both been questioned by the DOJ. The Washington Post revealed that Trump's team of lawyers pursued voting machine data in more states than just Georgia, and Trump's longtime CFO Allan Weisselberg has a hearing scheduled for tomorrow in front of the Manhattan district attorney. Liz Cheney was defeated by election denier Harriet Hageman in the republican primary in Wyoming. Only 2 of the 10 republicans who voted to impeach Trump in 2020 will be moving onto their general elections in the upcoming midterms. Finally, an appellate court in Florida blocked a 16 year old girl from getting an abortion and President Biden announced yesterday that the FDA cleared the way for hearing aids to be sold online and in retail stores. Resources/Articles mentioned this episode: NBC: Trump's passports returned after Mar-a-Lago search, DOJ official says Washington Post: Justice Department opposes release of Mar-a-Lago affidavit NY Times: F.B.I. Interviewed Top White House Lawyers About Missing Trump Documents Washington Post: Trump-allied lawyers pursued voting machine data in multiple states, records reveal NY Times: Trump Executive Nears Plea Deal With Manhattan Prosecutors NBC: Rep. Liz Cheney loses her primary in Wyoming to Trump-backed challenger Washington Post: Election deniers march toward power in key 2024 battlegrounds Axios: Florida court blocks teen from getting abortion, must continue pregnancy
CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Wednesday August 17th, 2022 While Jill Biden is on her second round of COVID, Joe just got done with his, and Quadruple vaccinated U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin infected with COVID for the second time this year. A new Icelandic study shows COVID reinfection rate rises with number of vaccine doses. The study shows that for most age groups, those who have received two doses or more are more likely to become reinfected than those who have received no vaccination or one dose. https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamanetworkopen/article-abstract/2794886 Club Membership Plug: Let’s stop and take a moment to talk about Fight Laugh Feast Club membership. 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Two highly contentious races are taking place in these states Tuesday. Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) is facing opposition from Donald Trump-endorsed Kelly Tshibaka. Murkowski was one of seven senators who voted to impeach the 45th President the second time. Meanwhile, experts are wondering if Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wy0.) can secure her seat against Trump-endorsed Harriet Hageman. She’s one of 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump and she’s also one of two Republicans on the January 6 panel. Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) is the other who has come to her defense often. California church that was fined over $200K for defying COVID-19 restrictions gets fines dropped https://www.foxnews.com/us/california-church-fined-200k-defying-covid-19-restrictions-fines-dropped A California church that continued to hold services in defiance of county health orders that it close down during the COVID-19 pandemic has had its fines dropped after a nearly two-year battle. "This is a significant victory for churches and pastors across this country," Robert Tyler, president of Advocates for Faith & Freedom, said in a press release after the California Court of Appeal reversed an injunction against Calvary Chapel San Jose. "We are honored to represent pastors and churches who are willing to take the heat in defense of liberty because it benefits everyone." At issue was the church's refusal to comply with health officials in Santa Clara County, who obtained a temporary restraining order and injunction in November 2020 against Calvary Chapel and two pastors, Mike McClure and Carson Atherly, after the church failed to follow pandemic health orders that included restrictions on in-person services, mask mandates, and a submission to the county of the church's social distancing protocols. The defiance eventually resulted in over $200,000 in fines for the church, which continued to hold worship services as the monetary penalties mounted. Calvary Chapel's persistence eventually paid off. The California Court of Appeal reversed the injunction, contempt orders, and fines on Monday. "For the reasons stated below, we conclude that the temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions are facially unconstitutional pursuant to the recent guidance of the United States Supreme Court regarding the First Amendment’s protection of the free exercise of religion in the context of public health orders that impact religious practice," the court said in the ruling. "As the underlying orders which Calvary Chapel violated are void and unenforceable, we will annul the orders of contempt in their entirety and reverse the orders to pay monetary sanctions." Dime Payments Dime Payments is a Christian owned processing payment business. Every business needs a payment process system, so please go to https://dimepayments.com/flf and sign your business up. Working with them supports us. They wont cancel you, like Stripe canceled President Trump. They wont cancel you, like Mailchimp canceled the Babylon Bee. Check them out. At least have a phone call and tell them that CrossPolitic sent you. Go to https://dimepayments.com/flf. Biden signs $739 billion Inflation Reduction Act into law, slams GOP for voting against the tax, climate deal https://www.foxnews.com/politics/biden-signs-739-billion-inflation-reduction-act-law-slams-gop-voting-against-tax-climate-deal President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act into law on Tuesday, saying "the American people won, and the special interests lost" with the new legislation and touting Democratic support while slamming Republicans for not backing the bill. The president returned to the White House after a week-long vacation in Kiawah Island, South Carolina. Biden was joined by House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer during an event in the State Dining Room at the White House. "With this law, the American people won, and the special interests lost," Biden said Tuesday. "This administration began amid a dark time in America … a once-in-a-century pandemic, devastating joblessness, clear and present threats to democracy and the rule of law, doubts about America's future itself — and yet we've not wavered, we've not flinched, and we've not given in." Biden said, instead, the law will "deliver results for the American people." "We didn't tear down. We built up. We didn't look back. We look forward," Biden said. "And today, today, offers further proof that the soul of America is vibrant. The future of America is bright, and the promise of America is real. And just beginning." The bill, which was passed by the Senate earlier this month and the House of Representatives last week, costs an estimated $437 billion, with $369 billion going toward investments in "Energy Security and Climate Change," according to a summary by Senate Democrats. Vice President Kamala Harris cast a tie-breaking vote to allow the legislation to pass, 51-50, in the Senate, and the House passed the legislation a few days later. "I am confident this bill will endure as one of the greatest legislative feats in decades," said Schumer, D-N.Y. "In normal times, getting these bills done would be a huge achievement, but to do now, with only 50 Democratic votes in the Senate over an intransigent Republican minority, is nothing short of amazing." Schumer thanked Biden for his leadership during the Tuesday event, and he thanked his Democratic colleagues, including Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., for joining together to pass the package, saying it shows "how dedicated and persistent our caucus is." Democrats project that the legislation will reduce the deficit by bringing in $737 billion. This includes an estimated $124 billion from IRS tax enforcement, the projected result of hiring 87,000 new IRS agents who will ramp up audits. The bill also imposes a 15% corporate minimum tax that the Joint Committee on Taxation predicts will raise $222 billion, and prescription drug pricing reform that the Senate estimates will bring in $265 billion. The Congressional Budget Office said the bill will have "a negligible effect" on inflation in 2022, and in 2023 its impact would range between reducing inflation by 0.1% and increasing it by 0.1%. Judge declines request to block Georgia's fetal heartbeat law that bans some abortions https://justthenews.com/nation/states/center-square/fulton-county-judge-declines-request-block-georgias-fetal-heartbeat-law Fulton County Superior Court judge declined a request to block Georgia's fetal heartbeat law that bans most abortions after six weeks. Georgia lawmakers passed House Bill 481, the Living Infants Fairness Equality Act, in 2019. However, a federal judge initially blocked the law, commonly called the "Heartbeat Bill," because the U.S. Supreme Court had previously upheld the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling. After the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, Georgia officials asked the 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals to reverse the district court decision, and a federal appeals judge ruled the law could take effect. The move officials prompted a group of pro-abortion doctors and advocates to file a lawsuit in Fulton County Superior Court. "The court's decision today declining to block the abortion ban is extremely disappointing and leaves in place a law that severely compromises the quality of women's healthcare in the state of Georgia," Andrea Young, executive director of the ACLU of Georgia, said in an announcement. "Ultimately, the power is with Georgia voters to affirm our right to privacy and to make personal, private and intimate decisions without government interference." Opponents of the law said the ruling is not final and that it denied immediate "emergency relief" to block HB 481. In a news release, opponents said they planned to continue their fight. Kara Richardson, a spokeswoman for Attorney General Chris Carr, declined to comment, saying the case is ongoing. Katie Byrd and Andrew Isenhour, spokespeople for Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, a Republican, did not respond to a request from The Center Square for comment. This is Gabriel Rench with Crosspolitic News. Support Rowdy Christian media by joining our club at fightlaughfeast.com, downloading our App, and head to our annual Fight Laugh Feast Events. If this content is helpful to you, would you please consider becoming a Fight Laugh Feast Club Member? We are trying to build a cancel-proof media platform, and we need your help. Join today and get a discount at the Fight Laugh Feast conference in Knoxville, TN and have a great day. Have a great day. Lord bless
As a result of her opposition to the former president, Liz Cheney was defeated last night in a landslide, losing the Republican primary to Harriet Hageman, a political newcomer who was endorsed by Trump. In The Daily Article for August 17, 2022, Dr. Jim Denison also quotes from Thomas S. Kidd's book on Thomas Jefferson, noting that Jefferson, as well as our current society, has a “dissonance between stated belief and practiced reality.” He then shares the news of author Frederick Buechner's death at ninety-six and quotes Buechner on proving God's existence. For more on practical ways to trust God for his best, read “A ‘limited' nuclear war would starve millions of people.” Author: Dr. Jim Denison Narrator: Chris Elkins Subscribe: http://www.denisonforum.org/subscribe
Wyoming's Rep. Liz Cheney lost the GOP primary Tuesday in a landslide to Harriet Hageman, who was endorsed by former President Trump. The results were expected for Cheney, who has become one of Trump's loudest critics. Sarah Longwell, founder of The Republican Accountability Project, and Tim Stubson, a Cheney supporter and former Wyoming representative, join Judy Woodruff to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
On this Wednesday hump day edition of Bernie & Sid in the Morning, Sid goes solo again as he dives into the primary election outcomes from the last 24 hours, most notable of course being Liz Cheney losing her primary election in Wyoming to the Trump-endorsed Harriet Hageman. Miraculously and nonsensically, Cheney made an appearance on the "Today Show" this morning to express her desire now to run for President in 2024. Is she taking crazy pills? This is a woman who just got blown out in Wyoming, meaning she never even sniffed a chance at winning, who now thinks the right move is to try and convince the entire country that she is fit for the Oval Office. Again, this woman is so delusional at this point that listening to her speak is killing our brain cells. In other news of the day, Republicans are calling for Attorney General Merrick Garland and the DOJ to release the affidavit in regard to the FBI's raid on former President Donald Trump's home, friend of the program Sarah Palin wins her primary election out in Alaska to become the Republican nominee for the state's sole House seat, and Governor Kathy Hochul's new congestion pricing in New York City is sure to financially cripple New Yorkers even further. Marlaina Schiavo, Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis, former Congressman Peter King and Tina Forte join the program, and as always make sure you don't miss out on Lidia Reports or another special "Beat Sid" edition of The Peerless Boilers Beat Bernie Contest. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
[00:30] After Devastating Primary Loss, Liz Cheney Considers Running for President (15 minutes) Liz Cheney was absolutely crushed by Trump-backed Harriet Hageman in the Wyoming Republican Primary last night; the race was so obviously lopsided in favor of Hageman that it was called with only 7 percent of the vote counted. After being overwhelmingly defeated through the democratic process, Cheney delivered an embarrassingly delusional concession speech, comparing herself to Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant. Cheney is now teasing the possibility of a presidential run. [15:00] FBI and DOJ Credibility Decimated (13 minutes) In the wake of the Mar-a-Lago raid, Mike Pence has come out on the side of the FBI, declaring that “attacks on the FBI must stop” and comparing calls to defund the FBI with the movement to defund the police. At the same time, more condemning facts are being exposed about the FBI-orchestrated Gretchen Whitmer kidnapping hoax, further destroying the credibility of the FBI. Now we know that the entire taxpayer-funded kidnapping plot (the members of which were mostly FBI informants) was created by the FBI to demonize and entrap Trump supporters—and to smear Donald Trump right before the 2020 presidential election. [28:25] It's ‘Possible' Trump Had Nuclear Secrets (24 minutes) Alexander Vindman told MSNBC that he thinks Donald Trump allegedly kept nuclear documents “because he thinks it's cool.” Democratic strategist James Carvile said (without citing any evidence) that Trump wanted the documents because he planned to sell them. Emotion-based, factually ignorant statements like these are a classic hallmark of the evil spirit influence that is working to destroy American democracy. In contrast, Donald Trump stated in 2016 that he was running for president because he wanted to give back to America and take down the corrupt media and political establishment. [52:35] Listener Feedback (3 minutes)
It was a primary with immense ramifications for the future of the Republican Party, with the perils of crossing former President Trump on full display last night in the state of Wyoming. Liz Cheney was soundly defeated by the little known – but Trump-backed – candidate Harriet Hageman. Cheney had become a rare vocal critic of the former president within her own party and is a leading member of the House committee investigating the January 6 insurrection. Cheney says she is “thinking” about running in the 2024 presidential election, but where does her loss leave the GOP? Former Republican congressman Joe Walsh joins the show to discuss. Also on today's show: Iran scholar Karim Sadjadpour; economist Vicky Pryce; CNN Chief Climate Correspondent Bill Weir; 17-year-old aviator Mack Rutherford, who's aiming to become the youngest person to fly solo around the world.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Another one bites the dust! Liz Cheney gets absolutely trounced by Trump-endorsed Harriet Hageman in the Wyoming Republican primary after heading up the Jan 6th political theater puppet show which NOBODY WATCHED. Americans are not buying it, and both Arizona and Wyoming have spoken LOUDLY. More to come! Also, weapons expert Braden Langley joins Rob on the Newsmax hotline to discuss the Biden administration going after your 2nd amendment rights To call in and speak with Rob Carson live on the show, dial 1-800-922-6680 between the hours of 12 Noon and 3:00 pm Eastern Time Monday through Friday… E-mail Rob Carson at : RCarson@newsmax.com Musical parodies provided by www.JimGossett.com Looking for Newsmax caps, tees, mugs & more? Check out the Newsmax merchandise shop at : http://nws.mx/shop Download the free Newsmax app at www.newsmaxtv.com/app or go to www.NewsmaxTV.com to get the real news! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Yesterday Liz Cheney lost the Republican nomination for Wyoming’s House seat to the Trump-backed candidate Harriet Hageman. Freddy Gray is joined by the author and journalist James Pogue to discuss the impact of the result.
Last night, Liz Cheney was defeated in the Wyoming GOP Primary. Harriet Hageman defeated Cheney by a 30-point margin. Cheney is very outspoken about her angst towards President Trump. Meanwhile, Hageman was backed by President Trump.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's guests: Jim Geraghty, National Review, senior political correspondent. Dan McLaughlin, senior writer, National Review. Kathryn Jean Lopez, National Review contributor. Brian Wesbury, chief economist, First Trust Portfolios. Jonathan Adler, Case Western Reserve Law Professor.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A key primary this week in Wyoming re-affirmed Donald Trump's hold on the Republican party.As expected, Republican Representative Liz Cheney lost her race in a landslide, defeated by attorney Harriet Hageman, a Trump-endorsed political newcomer. Cheney, daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, came to office five years ago as a Republican darling. But everything shifted when she voted to impeach Trump after the January 6th insurrection. She then took center stage in the January 6th hearings, speaking out against Republicans that continued to defend Trump's stolen election lie.With Cheney's time in Congress coming to an end, Political journalist Jodi Edna has been thinking about what Cheney might do next — and what it means for the future of the GOP. In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment to help you make sense of what's going on in your community.Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tonight's big news will be the fate of Representative Liz Cheney, whose latter-day conversion from dedicated Republican partisan to Donald Trump's chief inquisitor in Congress has been one of the most compelling storylines of the last 18 months. In just a few hours, we should know whether Cheney is able to retain her seat as Wyoming's lone House member while helping investigate her own party's leader — or whether her decision to do so has made her anathema to Republican base voters. Surveys show Cheney well behind her primary opponent, a Trump supporter named Harriet Hageman, even though she has vastly outraised and outspent her challenger thanks to her much louder national megaphone. But it's precisely her fame that has probably doomed Cheney with Trump's core voters, who see her as an apostate and a traitor to their cause.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's the day of reckoning for Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney who trails her primary opponent Harriet Hageman by nearly 30 points in the latest polling. Buck preview's today's statewide primaries. Plus, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt takes on ESG and Author and Columnist David Marcus explains how the media is up to its old tricks when it comes to reporting on the Mar-a-Lago raid.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tuesday's elections include the hotly anticipated primary in Wyoming between Rep. Liz Cheney and challenger Harriet Hageman, which has become a referendum on the Jan. 6 committee and Donald Trump. Plus, Sarah Palin looks for a comeback in Alaska amid debate about the state's new ranked-choice voting system, and the Inflation Reduction Act heads to Joe Biden's desk. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's been a year since the United States' withdrawal from Afghanistan. Ever since the Taliban seized control of Kabul, the Afghan economy has collapsed, women have been forced to cover themselves in public, and the majority of young girls have been barred from receiving secondary education. Many Congressional Republicans have criticized President Biden, believing that the withdrawal was a mistake. Rep. Mike Waltz (R-FL) fought in the War in Afghanistan. He joins the Rundown to discuss the shortcomings of the US withdrawal and the ongoing threat of Al Qaeda that America continues to face today. He also discusses the status of legislation he's developing that would help Afghans who fought alongside Americans be able to stay in the U.S., protected against Taliban threats. Former President Trump's endorsement has played an influential role in many of this year's primaries thus far. Tonight's elections in Wyoming and Alaska will continue to shed light on how much power the former President has over the Republican Party. To provide some insight into Wyoming's race, Fox News Senior National Correspondent Rich Edson joins the Rundown from Teton Village, WY. He explains how Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney's involvement in the January 6 committee has impacted her race against Trump-endorsed candidate Harriet Hageman. Later, Fox News Chief Correspondent Jonathan Hunt joins from Anchorage, Alaska to discuss the red-hot race between Senator Lisa Murkowski and Trump-endorsed Kelly Tshibaka. Plus, commentary by host of ‘The Ben Domenech Podcast,' Ben Domenech. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On Monday's Mark Levin Show, Donald Trump is the biggest threat that the ruling class has ever faced and now they're coming after him to get to you. The espionage act cannot be applied to a President and was never even intended to be applied to a former president, and to do so would be unconstitutional. Woodrow Wilson threatened newspapers that challenged his views and used the Espionage Act to jail opponents. To date, more people have been tried under the Espionage Act during Barack Obama's term in office than any other modern president since Wilson. Then, the fourth amendment protects against unreasonable search or seizure. The search warrant into Trump's home gave the FBI access to search anywhere, which explains why they went through former First Lady Melania Trump's closet, violating the Constitution. Afterward, Harriet Hageman calls in with an update on her campaign against Liz Cheney on the eve of the primary election. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
There are less than two weeks to go before Wyoming’s Republican primary, pitting incumbent Rep. Liz Cheney, of Jan. 6 Committee fame, against challenger Harriet Hageman. There’s never much polling in House races, but there was one big one in Wyoming three weeks ago, and it was terrible for Cheney.
There are less than two weeks to go before Wyoming's Republican primary, pitting incumbent Rep. Liz Cheney, of Jan. 6 Committee fame, against challenger Harriet Hageman. There's never much polling in House races, but there was one big one in Wyoming three weeks ago, and it was terrible for Cheney.
On Wednesday's Mark Levin Show, lawmakers seek solutions to tampon shortage - did you ever think you'd read a headline like this in America? Democrats say this is just a longer-lasting effect of the pandemic-related supply chain shortage and increased costs due to inflation. Democrats are now suggesting using the Defense Production Act to increase tampon production. Then, Democrat Party doesn't fit into our system as a constitutional republic, it's an alien force in this country. Politicians and bureaucrats are seizing power and using the government's power to take control of private companies in the name of the Defense Production Act. Oil executives say that the U.S policy to decrease demand for fossil fuels will only ensure that no new refineries are ever built in the USA. This all but guarantees higher prices since domestic production has diminished. Later, Ronald Reagan tried to strengthen the currency and squeeze inflation out of our economy. In today's case, President Biden is causing inflation by spending massively and printing cash just as fast. Afterward, Attorney Harriet Hageman joins the show to discuss her campaign challenging Rep. Liz Cheney in Wyoming. Hageman says that Cheney is MIA and nowhere to be found in Wyoming, but easily found advancing the swamp's agenda in Washington, DC. june 15, shortage, tampon, defense production act, economy, inflation, oil, gas, Oil Refinery, gas prices, stagflation, JAN 6, JANUARY 6, loudermilk, bill barr, barr, border, border patrol, scotus, supreme court, kavanaugh, harriet hageman, hageman, mitch mcconnell, mcconnell, Mayra Flores, flores, texas, wyoming, LIZ CHENEY, CHENEY Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices