Ted Yoho’s finest moment in history is being burned by AOC. What compelled him to accost a congresswoman and call her names? Did he call her a slur, or were his words misheard by a nearby reporter? We know why he felt he had the right to tell a woman what he thinks and how she should conduct herself, but didn’t he get the memo that AOC is not the one? His non-apology is one for the ages and the Apologists are here to consider his apology and rank his effort. Note: We know, we know...Liza Minnelli did not star in the original “A Star is Born”. That was her mother, Barbara Streisand.
Outgoing Florida Rep. Ted Yoho was elected to Congress in 2012 and is leaving the House at the end of the year. Yoho is making good on his self-imposed limit to only serve four terms. Over the past eight years, the former veterinarian has weathered controversy, challenged leaders in both parties and reached across the aisle to strike deals on key legislation. In our wide-ranging discussion, Yoho discusses his most recent controversy (involving popular progressive Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez aka AOC), defying odds and aspects he will miss most once his term in the House ends. Take a listen and let me know what you think. Special Guest: Rep. Ted Yoho (R-Fla.) .
Ep. 332 - Rep. Ted Yoho, Who Loves God, Is A Vulgar Monster
Friendly Atheist Podcast
Please support the show at https://www.patreon.com/friendlyatheistpodcastJessica and I sat down to talk about several stories from the past week involving religion and politics.— Be sure to check out the Being Reasonable podcast if you enjoy street epistemology!— A Christian non-profit may boot Rep. Ted Yoho from its board for using a vulgarity against Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. (1:05)— Arkansas State Rep. Jason Rapert, who opposed the state’s mask mandate, is now hospitalized with COVID. (8:45)— Anti-abortion Democrats want the party to be more anti-abortion… which is a horrible idea. (12:59)— Dr. Anthony Fauci can’t throw a pitch, which is perfectly fine. (27:51)— There’s a new dating site for Christian bigots. (33:50)— North Dakota’s GOP platform is wildly anti-LGBTQ and they only now realized it. (39:59)— A Republican policy tells homeless shelters how to spot transgender people by sight. (44:45)— A Texas lawmaker wants you to know even aliens need Jesus. (49:20)— Sen. Tom Cotton filed a bill to block the teaching of the 1619 Project. (54:30)— Satanists launched their own scholarship for students who hate school. (1:08:35)
This week’s guest on Open Mic is U.S. Representative Ted Yoho. The Florida 3rd district representative appreciates the intent of the Farm Workforce Modernization Act approved by the House Judiciary Committee, but shares flaws he believes will prevent the language from becoming law. Yoho says President Trump’s USMCA isn’t in the best interest of his state but stands with him to hold China accountable for unfair trade practices. He also discusses concerns about antibiotics and Florida’s orange producers.
#RedTideRising with Emery McClendon and Congressman Ted Yoho
Southern Sense Talk
Southern Sense is conservative talk with Annie "The Radio Chick" Ubelis, as host and "CS" Bennett, co-host. Informative, fun, irreverent and politically incorrect, you never know where we'll go, but you'll love the journey! Southern-Sense.comEmery McClendon, a member of the Project 21 national advisory council, is a tea party organizer in Ft. Wayne, Indiana and the winner of Americans for Prosperity’s 2010 “Activist of the Year” award.He served in the U.S. Air Force, the Indiana Air Guard, is a former Ft. Wayne Police Reserve Officer, Allen County Sheriff Deputy, and Indiana State Trooper. He is a life member of the DAV. He organized Amateur Radio communications for the national Glen Beck Rally For The Troops in 2003, and founded Amateur Radio Military Appreciation Day www.armad.net . Congressman Ted Yoho represents North Central Florida’s 3rd Congressional District. He was elected to the 113th Congress in November 2012, and won re-election for his third term in the 115th Congress.His approach to government is guided by constitutional principles, limited government, fiscal conservatism, Personal Responsibility, and free enterprise. These principles keep Congressman Yoho focused on supporting bills that help make American strong. Ted has beenknown to stand up and challenge the status quo for the better. yoho.house.govDedication: Police Officer Andres Laza-Caraballo, Juncos Municipal Police Department, Puerto Rico, End of Watch Wednesday, March 21, 2018
This week’s guest on Open Mic is U.S. Congressman Ted Yoho. As a member of the Agriculture Committee and the House Freedom Caucus, the Florida Representative offers insight into the failed vote for a new farm bill and key points for debate on immigration reform. Yoho, who was once a food stamp recipient, says there’s much to gain from approving new farm and nutrition policy this year and much to lose if Congress is forced to extend the 2014 law. He supports a new NAFTA agreement and says his farmers have suffered under the previous agreement.