Yesterday, Mitt Romney started the year by blasting President Trump in a Washington Post op-ed, saying that Trump is “unfit for office”. Romney focused in on Trump’s character, writing “with the nation so divided, resentful and angry, presidential leadership in qualities of character is indispensable. And it is in this province where the incumbent’s shortfall has been most glaring.” Also, Nancy Pelosi’s daughter revealed the truth about the Vampiric One, telling CNN that Nancy would “cut your head off and you wouldn’t even know you’re bleeding.”
KTSA radio host Jack Riccardi discusses how Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and other Democrats labeling Trump's wall on the U.S. southern border as "immoral" is actually hurting their cause more than they think.
World traveler and poet Wayne Pease wrote a memoir, “Cloud Watcher: a Fire lookout’s book of days” after 55 years as a forest fire lookout. He chose being a forest fire lookout so he would have time to read, write, and look out the window. Commentator Richard Parker shares his New Year’s resolution.
The new House committee being created to confront the climate crisis is being stripped of authority in order to accommodate the parochial concerns of senior Democrats in the caucus, protecting their pieces of turf. On Friday, incoming House Speaker Nancy Pelosi confirmed rumors that she would be appointing Rep. Kathy Castor, D- Fla., to chair a revived select House committee on climate change, as more information on the select committee begins to trickle outon Capitol Hill.
Democrats have a plan to end the partial shutdown on Thursday – the first day that they take control of the House of Representatives. And if it fails, they want to make sure everyone knows it's on President Donald Trump. [video id=5984617170001] House Speaker-Designate Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Monday that on Thursday, the House would vote on a series of measures that would reopen the government.
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2019 is here, and it's off and running. We hit the ground running for the new year as well with a very busy first show. First up, journalist David Dayen whose latest for The Intercept details one of the first big policy votes for the Democrats in the 116th Congress as Nancy Pelosi tries to bring back a PayGo rule. Then we move on to journalist David Sirota who, a couple of weeks ago, published an article exploring Beto O'Rourke's voting record in his three terms in Congress. As no good reporting goes unpunished these days, he's been accused of waging war against Beto on behalf of Bernie Sanders.
With Nancy Pelosi on the cusp of the speakership, President Trump invites Democrats back to the White House to negotiate an end to the shutdown. Elizabeth Warren might just be the first of many to get a head start on the 2020 race. And Russia arrests an American on spying charges. Like the show? Leave a review: http://bit.ly/ReviewStartHere Follow @StartHereABC for exclusive content, show updates and more: - Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/starthereabc - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/starthereabc - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/starthereabc Discover more ABC News podcasts: http://www.abcnewspodcasts.com Start Here is produced by ABC Radio. For more information: http://www.abcnewspodcasts.com
FBI still investigating deaths of two girls on hiking trail. Will age progression photos help find baby Lisa Irwin? DNA helps solve 20 year old cold case murder.Learn more about advertising on the HowStuffWorks podcasts at www.howstuffworks.com/advertisers.htmAnd to learn about your ad choices when listening to podcasts, visit https://www.howstuffworks.com/privacy.htm#ad-choices
Police say they are looking to surveillance video for clues in the disappearance of Jayme Closs. Father gets life sentence after leaving his son in a baby swing for days. Jennifer Kesse disappears on her way to work. Reward now $15,000.
Police say they are looking to surveillance video for clues in the disappearance of Jayme Closs. Father gets life sentence after leaving his son in a baby swing for days. Jennifer Kesse disappears on her way to work. Reward now $15,000.Learn more about advertising on the HowStuffWorks podcasts at www.howstuffworks.com/advertisers.htmAnd to learn about your ad choices when listening to podcasts, visit https://www.howstuffworks.com/privacy.htm#ad-choices
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, who vehemently opposed the border wall, calling it “immoral, ineffective and expensive,” and her Democratic colleagues reportedly put together legislation that would reopen the government and allocate $1.3 billion to border security, however, none of that would be allowed to go to a border wall. Gee, that should fix everything. Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf, whose warning about an impending immigration raid in Northern California sparked the ire of the Trump administration earlier this year, said she has no regrets putting the people of her community first. But is that what she really did? Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is running for President and says that she just like Obama ... at least in one way. Mitt Romney decides to virtue-signal his way to a 2020 primary challenge against President Trump in a Washington Post op-ed.
They can't testify in court about what their special talents reveal to them about crimes, but psychic detectives have remarkable stories to share -- if you choose to believe them. Nancy Grace explores their stories in this New Years Day Crime Stories show. Her guests in include psychic detectives Noreen Renier, Gale St. John, and Allison DuBois. Forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan joins the discussion to add some healthy skepticism.
Guest Kevin Ginty, Executive Director of St. Louis Classical Guitar, shares the mission of his organization, highlights upcoming concerts, and tells us how classical guitar is way more than most people realize.
My guest today Nancy Marshall is an award-winning Public Relations expert and the CEO of Marshall Communications, a marketing firm headquartered in Augusta, Maine. Also affectionately known as the “PR Maven”, Nancy recently launched a new public relations podcast.
A married mother and her teenage disappeared from their Alabama home on Memorial Day 2017, but family secrets emerged months later that raised suspicions about the father. The mother and son are still missing and no one has been arrested. Nancy Grace looks at the mystery of what happened to Susan Osborne and 15-year-old Evan. Her panel includes forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan -- author of "Blood Beneath My Feet," Los Angeles psycho analyst Dr. Bethany Marshall, Seattle lawyer Anne Bremner, former federal prosecutor Francey Hakes, and Crime Stories reporter John Lemley.
It’s the second installment of the Best of 2018. Sheri and Nancy went looking for their highest downloaded episodes of the year (and personal favorites) and found three inspiring women who came on the show to share life-changing wisdom. Mel Robbins helped us stop pressing the snooze buttons of our lives with her powerful “5-Second Rule”. Angela Manuel Davis brought us to tears when she unwrapped the layers of possibility for our gifts, our potential, our destiny. And Kris Carr reminded us that we are each the CEOs of our health and it’s time to take the wheel when it comes to self-care. A trivecta of motivation to get us ready for our 2019 Pillar Lives! Takeaways: Ep 34: “Mel Robbins and the 5 Second Rule” ● The gap of knowing what we want to do and deciding to actually do it is about 5 seconds long. It may seem like a flash of time, yet it dictates so much of the 35,000 decisions we make in a day. When we lean into this gap, we can take inspired action and we step into our power. ● Procrastination is a symptom of stress and our attempt to relieve it. The more we acknowledge what we are stressed about, we can use Mel’s 5 Second Rule to break through those barriers Ep 35: “Angela Manuel-Davis: Honor Your Body” ● Gratitude changes things. When we start with a simple thank you in the morning for even just getting out of bed, it can shift our day. ● Our body is what houses the gift of our lives. When we understand that, it changes our perspective. The choice is ours for how to honor our bodies. Ep 42: “Kris Carr and our Crazy Sexy SELVES” ● The more plants and better quality protein we consume, the better we feel and the more positive impact we make on the planet. The name of the game is “progress” not “perfection” when it comes to diet and lifestyle. ● The more we take accountability for our lifestyle choices, the more empowered we become. And if not now when? Midlife can be a sexy, juicy time for self-care, and it is never too late to add better, stronger choices to the mix. Mentioned in This Episode: Ep 34: “Mel Robbins and the 5 Second Rule” Ep 35: “Angela Manuel-Davis: Honor Your Body” Ep 42: “Kris Carr and our Crazy Sexy SELVES” Pillar News: The Pillar Shop is filled with so many fabulous goodies to treat yourself and your loved ones. Dry Farm Wines — Special Pillar Life Offer: Buy one bottle of wine and get another bottle for just a penny! Notes To Self Socks are cozy and inspirational. What a perfect Pillar Life accessory. Beautycounter lipsticks, eyeshadows, facial peels, skin-care products and more, all make cruelty-free beauty that much lovelier. Beauty Comes Clean. Thanks to our friends at Tea Vibes, we can hydrate, cleanse and calm ourselves while enjoying delicious, bespoke tea blends. Check out the Pillar Life T-TOX collection, which includes the custom-made Pillar Life teas, right here.