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"adf" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:53 min | 6 months ago

"adf" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The answer. I know Sebastian. Well, listen to him. He's with us. I always got a little spring in my step with certain guests. Next. One's exactly that kind of guests. Steve Scalise can't wait to get him on on a great great patriot. What a great fighter for freedom as well as the incredible People at alliance defending freedom. Also fighting for our liberty is every single day free without charge their clients, people who are not being allowed to live their lives. Exercising their religious identity, their faith or just being abused politically or in other fashions. Whether it's young girls wanting to compete in track and field being told they have to run against the males who say they are girls, whether it's individuals being forced to produce their products for individuals who live a lifestyle that doesn't comport with their religious beliefs. ADF is there for them? They don't charge them and they win. That case is 80 per cent of that cases. They take them to the Supreme Court, and they're fighting for all of us. If you want to help those girls if you don't want to help those who are Being persecuted for their beliefs. The easiest way to do so is to go to my website right now and make a donation in any amount. But let's let's do it for $100, because you are helping to protect those Whose rights of being assaulted in ways that could affect you eventually. So it's for all of us. Call them on 8774 12 58 88 That's 877 for 12 58 88 or just go to seb Gorka dot com and click on the A. D. F Bana. Absolutely shameful. We're going to discuss this with the Republican Whip Steve Scalise, the latest Jerry rigged version off the Heroes Act. It is meant to this large $2.2 trillion in aid to American suffering in the age of Corona. Yes. What Nancy did In the latest version. 1000 pages long. She's stripped. $600 million of emergency funding for our police forces police forces that are being stretched to the limit. You've seen the retirement figures. You've seen the violence 700 police assaulted since the riots began. Nancy is taking away $600 million from them. We'll discuss with great Steve Scalise. I want to play a audio count before we get back to your cause. This is something that tells you When the president says fake news He's not wrong we had, but this week I think Tim Myrtle was on the show this week. He was great Director of Communications the Trump campaign on DH. After he came on our show. Jake Tapper, one of him on his show. You know, Jakey. From a staffer Democrats staff as a CNN show. This is Jake Tapper deals with somebody who's a guest who he disagrees with. Timber toe. Jake Tapper cut a Joe Biden. Meanwhile, pal around with racist segregationist senators combination of schools his own. His own running mate took him to task for that during a Democrat working, talking idea, of course, and working hard and we're gonna talk about fire. If you want to talk about what Joe Biden was doing in the 19 seventies, when he worked with segregation and talk about how I have that in this election in this election have at it. He said that he believes that all black people I think the same and he said, OK, not voting for him, and then you ain't black. I'm not actually thank you.

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"adf" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"adf" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"What I want to tell you now out of the back to the rest of my conversation with Matt sharp of the alliance defending freedom is talking about the client city and ADF represent in Connecticut three high school girls who lost their state championships and their state placing to to males to biological males who bumped them down the pecking order bump them off to the metal podium in out of the records and perhaps costumes scholarship opportunities to them scholarship opportunities at colleges these two biological male say they're the ones being discriminated against because they say in their mind their female and their high testosterone rate and they're extraordinarily stronger muscle development and bigger bones and bigger longs for what am I trying to say with a big long capacity is what I'm looking for the bigger lung capacity for performance and insurance and all of the other things that make males physically bigger stronger faster than girls too bad I feel like a female so I get should get to run against the females will ADSL we're representing the girls who are fighting back and here's the rest of the conversation that I had with Matt sharp how important is winning this case Matt sharp of eighty from standpoint of precedent not just in Connecticut but elsewhere winning this case on behalf of girls who want an opportunity to be successful and compete against other girls I think this case is going to be indicative of whether we continue to have truly female sport in the future because if these girls are not successful if this case is not successful in is there any sport that guys are not going to be able to come in and start dominating start taking away those opportunities and so what we're gonna end up with is what we had before I don't mind where you have all male sport and all the money and all of their achievement an opportunity flow to mail in girls are once again going to be stuck on the sidelines that is not progress that is not preserving with title nine get in that it's not fair to women who have incredible talent and just want the opportunity to use those talents on the athletic field some people Matt who have weighed in on this and watch this particular situation in Connecticut and and and some other similar ones in different places have suggested there needs to be a third level of competition that boys race boys girls by race girls and a few are kind of a cross over if you're transitioning as the terminology is or whatever that there is a separate category for you know girls who think they're boys and boys you think they're girls and they can race against one another on on their playing field would you support them in now one we already do have coed teams that there are opportunities for schools to say which is going to have a team that guy girl are we don't really care those are open for both sexes but I don't want to deny the reality that there are only two biological sex that you have can you find if you look at nature there are two sexes and that is part of what this is about is serving that rational common sense scientifically based understanding that there are two sexes in their differences it's okay to celebrate the difference and I think when we start creating a third category how many more do you have to create because it's the same with the gender identity movement at male or female non binary an eight hour into spirit and all these other things and I think part of what we're doing is just going back to a talking about eighteen based on biological that is exactly right based on science as her son crack here's the other thing that I think about I'm wondering if this is going to be hello part of the argument that you and your clients are making here is you know the track is a non contact sport I'm worried about the president being where boys can now come into who think they're girls and start playing women's basketball at the high school level or even at the college level and he got big broad shouldered heavily muscled man knocking girls to the ground inside even volley ball boys just typically jump way higher and with much more power can be slamming the ball down in the faces of girls on the other side there's some serious safety issues I guess that would be involved here it's not just about standing at the top of the podium in getting the scholarships as you talk about with track within more competitive head to head sports if you start infiltrating you know girl sports with boys there there's got to be a safety concern and I'm gonna let Matt sharp answer that question about safety as a pertains to this crossover right after this you're listening to the Larry elder for years now you've been hearing me say that the three week quickstart from really factor for under twenty Bucks is a smart way to go if you're struggling with back and neck pain or shoulder hip or knee pain in fact I've told you that about eighty percent of the people who ordered the three we Quixtar going to order more but why is it the twenty percent don't go on to order more we'll just have to help with the father son owners of really factor survey those twenty percent and many of them admit that they've never given it a legitimate try they maybe took one pack a day for a few days skip a day or two they didn't do what the doctors who created it recommended which is three packs a day for a full week into effective today for the next two weeks that's the three week quick start so when you order the three week Quixtar for just nineteen ninety five tell yourself you'll do with the doctors recommend let's make sure you're happy and in that eighty percent that is in less or no pain.

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Comprehensive response needed to protect civilians in eastern DR Congo

UN News

03:20 min | 1 year ago

Comprehensive response needed to protect civilians in eastern DR Congo

"Following a rising attacks on civilians allegedly committed by the Allied Democratic Forces or ATF armed I group into eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo or DRC coupled with attacks against Ebola workers and independent assessment of the UN peacekeeping response by the MONUC mission was established last December the independent assessment found that in the months of November and December alone. More than two hundred sixty civilians. Mainly women and children were killed by presumed ADF combatants in brutal attacks mostly at night it also conclude that protecting acting civilians in Beni territory requires a comprehensive UN response Lieutenant. General cuddles Albert Shan't crews will lead the assessment team gene was at U N headquarters in New York on Monday to brief the Security Council in told you and uses Monica Rayleigh. That's armed groups. Main agenda is criminal is not political. We we had to talk to the Security Council to explain the main conclusions have reports and concluded is on the Lee structure that we need to change to in order to have more operational activities in the mission mainly connected connected to the intelligence system and the professional control in the idea of banning in the east of phone. What do you have? Groups like. Eighty F- other armed groups which are the main challenges. And how do you suggest to tackle them. And these groups have in that region they are armed groups but they are as well. I kind of organized crime because the control many illegal business and across the borders with the neighbor neighboring countries and It's very difficult to have some operations against them because they don't all have political agenda they have a Criminal behavior is going to do something. Based on your report I think so because is the chief of GPO hero commended. The the United Nations to prepare one action plan in order to establish the practical measures to implement the recommendations. We haven't report and last question you were therefore for a while Now we have a new General taking over also Brazilian. Would you recommend something to him in this next month. In order to help to tackle the insecurity We they had A coincidence because Genero is here during this week we had to pursue to talk but not there to make recommendation because general exit officer Brazil selected one of the best one and And then I think he will be successful successful in the mission and this also he was also trained by you in the past. He was a student in the preparatory school. And I was a captain them and then a because I'm eleven years older than the general and then he's a new generation from ski officer and fantastic generation. We have in Brazil.

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"adf" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"adf" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"A sense of safety for that moment when they do something feeling strikes your brain bills the idea that eating a doughnut is doing something. I thought that was really really interesting. Just speaking to how we do do form as neural circuits surrounding food and associating than that it goes beyond just food addiction wanting sugar or fat or wanting to overeat that is tying into something deeper are stress response a feeling of safety so is providing something to us therapeutically and away but sadly we often form warm the connection to something that could be hindering us in the long term. You know be that food. That doesn't suit you or overeating. You're eating window so it's so oh nuanced and so in depth yeah it really is and I'm just so grateful to hear that it's helped her find that piece of the puzzle alright so up next we have have something also motivating a positive this comes from Ilan data and the subject is the power of appetite correction and Alon Sets Hydrogen Melanie. I want to thank you both for changing my life. I had a twenty five year binge eating problem that I have successfully been able to control since I started intermittent fasting six months ago I eat Jin's version of one meal the day sorry Melanie and would never imagine that I could get my brain and my body to be on the same page again. I've tried numerous things over the year but nothing ever took away. The urge urged binge. When I started images fasting it was as if someone flipped a switch back on controlled my society signals I don't count calories follow macro or denying and I myself of anything unless my body tells me to I eat when I'm hungry and stop. When I'm full the end. I have zero desire to bench. I'm so grateful for both of have you. Thank you so much for all of your hard work. I love it. Her body has gotten back in tune with her natural appetite signals. That is our goal and that's fantastic so thank you for sharing your Launda. I love it. I've been researching the work of Dr Pompa recently and I need to verify this. I don't have studies to back this up but he did say that logged back to the insulin like we're talking about and he was saying that not insulin receptors that have been damaged from you know like constantly being or a carbohydrate approach that is too high for the individual or whatever it may be that they can regenerate within five days or after five days like it takes five days and then they'll start regenerating. I need to verify that but that would be you very motivating all right. Shall we squeeze in one more question before we go all right here. We go from MiGs subject coffee. I've been I F for just over a month before I started though I was two hundred and fifty pounds and now two hundred thirty three I supplemented with two meals shakes and a great dinner during my window which is sixteen eight. I'm a mail carrier who walks just over ten miles a day five days as a week..

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"adf" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"adf" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"We've been raising money for alliance defending freedom the organization in this country that is on the frontlines defending our religious freedoms all over this country. I'm really happy to be joined by Kate Anderson right now, she's a senior counsel with ADF Kate. Thank you so much for taking some time. I wanted to ask you a bunch of things, but I wanted to start right here. I wanted my listeners all over the country to hear about this case in Anchorage, Alaska. About a faith based homeless shelter that seems to be right in the middle of something with the city of Anchorage. Thank you, Kate. What are you? Explain what's going on with this. ADF represents the hope center. The hope center is a faith-based homeless shelter in Anchorage Alaska that because of its faith and the great need in its community has opened up a women's only shelter to serve homeless women in the community who have been victims of abuse rape, sex trafficking, domestic violence, Anita safe place to stay at night anchorages threatening that safe place right now because they're trying to force the hope center to allow biological men to come and stay at the shelter. If a man identifies as a woman. In Kate again for the novice if this is a simple basic question. I apologize. This city of Anchorage would argue that the hope center is violating what by by not allow we named biological man into their center anchorages, accusing the hope center of discriminating and it comes from a situation where an individual a man who identifies as a woman came to the homeless shelter speaking to get into the shelter. He was bloody. He was obviously injured and he was drunk. So the hope center paid for his taxi to get to the hospital to get the care that he needed, but because they didn't bring him into the shelter..

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"adf" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

Black Agenda Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"adf" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

"The congo most soviet soldiers oh sis seventy to eighty percent of them are actually into east and many of them are actually where these problems are picking price in baby for supper the for the past three to four years massacres of civilians have taken place in the most grotesque way yet it has left up the killings have been attributed to the socalled it yes cheese a ugandan rebel group that came into the combing the 1990s and we'll be operating in the region experts have shown that the adf does not have the capacity to even be stabilize uganda so they probably a hundred soldiers left yet the claim that the use all the people committing crimes when we speak to people from the region that clearly say that they fees foreign soldiers foreign years it'll be it by the adf walk company he and killing people with russia the chopping off the heads all meeting all different group tax filers but for some reason liberals i appeal to come and kill everyone while the un forces that there as surprises it'll get for three years of kiely into beni area now the ugandan government a foreign government right outside of the congo decided to send the troops again into the congo so go after about a hundred soldiers saying about the other one cubic ballots but why are they coming though he had about twelve something and soldiers from the un uh be shouldn't war killed we do not know about who and given the narrative that just provided a given that descends going on it for wanting to cope with the listeners of the reason the food no used that in the case of the violence see the us he's been the practice.

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"adf" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

WHYR 96.9 FM

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"adf" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

"That deals with potential religious objection to 'provision of healthcare and healthcare services so that in my mind is quite significant also um at trinity general sessions has been very friendly with eighty s they not only intervened in the masterpiece kick shop case but they also intervened in another adf case which is at the district court level now we're adf is claiming that a university infringed on the free speech and free exercise rates of a student by asking him not to preach just in a area of the campus where it might be a disturbance two other students when the campus has freespeech stones where students can apply for a permit to speak can beat their minds out at certain times in place and the justice department side that it was um important to them to intervene in that case on edf behalf we know that eighty s uh helped advise doj in adopting the religious freedom guidelines that president trump ordered the justice department to implement um via executive order and significantly in the masterpiece cake shop case solicitor no francisco who filed the brief us supporting adf position and ask for argument time from the supreme court was identified on idiots website as one of their allied attorneys one of these three thousand attorneys across the country who go through retraining and find a statement of faith and help adf with cases now after we went to press with that based on the press releases that adf has on had on its website identifying him as an allied attorney adf objected strenuously to that reporting and said that he was not an allied attorney with eighty off and they subsequently altered their website to change that identification on those press releases let's press releases are from 2016 so they had been on adf website for quite some time this is significant because if there's anything that would make the solicitorgeneral up here not to be impartial in the case that doj was getting involved in here that he would have to undergo an ethics review and have an ethics person and doj determine whether he might be seen as not impartial in the case so that's quite significant whether he is or is not an adf allied attorney when something into this case representing the united states government in supporting adf here but adf went ahead and and change that basically claimed that he was never despite what was on their website that.

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"adf" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"adf" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Administration who are somehow tied to the adf in and what those ties are so the eighty s uh has trained many uh many attorneys who have landed in very high positions not only in the trump administration but also in state attorneys general's offices around the country we found uh eighteen former adf for adf allied attorneys intends state attorneys general offices in the united states and in addition in the trump administration um eighty has gotten a pretty uh strong hearing uh in addition to betsy devos whose family has donated uh whose family who who parents family foundation has donated a lot of money to adf um matt boom in who is the uh deputy general counsel at the department of health and human services with a longtime stuff attorney at eighty off litigating cases involving abortion uh conscience objections to abortion and conscience objections to contraception so known partly to most people as the hoppy will have you cases and the cases involving um nonprofit objectors to the contraception uh coverage under the affordable care act like little sisters of the poor two before ted cruz does not have um at explicit tied to adf apart from having signed onto that the meek its brief and led the led the because brief um but one of the other lawmakers who was involved in that effort uh a freshman congressman from louisiana the former adf steph attorney mike johnson uh and nor francisco uh who is the solicitorgeneral who intervened on edf behalf in the mess to be kick shop case uh had been listed as an allied attorney with eighty s on its website after we published our story adf denied that that was the case they altered the press releases on its website on their website that said that uh solicitor general francisco with an ally the terni this was when he was in private practice um but in any case he was cocounsel with um uh in in that case that they have identified him as an islet attorney on told me a little bit about christon wagoner view wines defending freedom she she argued the case for the supreme court is that right yes he argued the case on behalf of uh jack philip i'll wagner is um a graduate of reaching university law school which is the law school founded by the taliban as pat robertson in virginia beach virginia so that's the christian law school that.

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"adf" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"adf" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Blackstone legal fellowship she um she uh with confirmed to the seven circuit she's not one trump's short list uh to the supreme court she spoke at the blocked and legal fellowship she was asked about it in her confirmation hearings uh about having spoken to a group sites uh discriminates against lgbt people and she defended it she said that she didn't see a whiff of any discrimination while she was there um uh steven grads who was confirmed this week to the eighth circuit had worked very closely with um the uh a group in nebraska that also works closely with the lines defending freedom uh on on fighting against lgbt rights in in the brass guy he was just confirmed to the eighth circuit so why it's eyes you mean you could be anything from speaking to really getting in the guts of a case of them right so for example to jeff matir who is just withdrawn this week uh from consideration for a trial corps uh judgeship in texas on he's an allied attorney with adf um like we talked about a few minutes ago um by having agreed to do prevalent of work with them um and odd kyle dunkin' whose under consideration for a position on the fifth circuit he also was um and i am adf allied attorney so these are people who in one way or another have expressed um agreement with eighty s position i'm these legal issues either by working with them in cases or working with them on pressing for uh anti lgbt legislation or um in any case working with um as a speaker in a program that trains law students uh to look at the law from this christian perspective and edf hopes go out in practice life christian perspective once they're done with law.

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"adf" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"adf" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Senate special in alabama pat duggan's thanks so much thank you we go to the democratic republic of congo now where more than a dozen united nations peacekeepers and five congolese soldiers were killed and more than 50 people were wounded in an attack on a un base in eastern congo over the weekend by an extremist group called the adf the un general is calling this attack the worst in the organization's recent history africa bureau chief for the washington post kevin seve has been reporting on the attack and he joins us from nairobi in kenya the un has been targeted for for years now in this part of congo but never in an attack this big so in this this is really prompted a moment of reckoning for the un especially for the department of peacekeeping operations and they are now sending people from new york to congo figure out what went wrong to figure at a thick prevents another attack like this from happening tell us a little bit more about the adf and who they are the adf has been operating since the midnineties along the uganda border with the democratic republic of congo but the her still at a questions about who they are what they want there are some mostly ugandan authorities who would tell you that there an islamic extremist organisation that they're g hottest that they have religious agenda there are other is i think analysts who've been studying congress for some time who would say actually they're more interested in controlling grounds being able to continue illicit trafficking mostly trafficking of timber in this sort of remote part of uganda in congo we're not talking about boko haram we're not talking about alshabab this is this is a relatively small billiton group that the adf is one of many groups and it's wanted many groups that has utterly destabilize this part of congo and so while they are and have been targeting the u n i think more than most of the other groups it's not to say that they are sort of the biggest or the only threat in the region we'll talk about some of those other through.

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"adf" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"adf" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Well uh they are definitely these lawyers adf staff council as well as the outside allied attorneys and graduates of its blackstone legal fellowship program are very well connected in the conservative legal world and the conservative advocacy worlds uh so there uh that has given them access to a appointments to um serve in a state attorney general's office's uh to be appointed to other positions in state and local government and as well as a political appointees and the trump administration and as you say uh four four of by trump's judicial nominees have uh a connection to adf wound on the case heard yesterday the supreme court was masterpiece cake shop versus colorado civil rights commission did i read correctly that the us solicitor general no francisco was arguing in favour of the bakery along with an adf attorney yes so i mean that's certainly the prerogative of the solicitorgeneral to get involved in a case that in which the united states has an interest uh but there were a lot of questions about will what is the united states its interest in this particular case because uh uh the master he's cake shop is basically looking to constrain the application of a civil rights law and i think most of us think of the justice department as uh enforcing the civil rights laws not arguing to constrain them right uh but again uh francisco does have a connection to adf as well uh he revealed on his disclosure forms that he has to had to fill out for his nomination process with the senate that he had spoken on a blackstone fellowship panel on law firm recruiting and eighty fs website uh touted him as one of their allied attorneys in two press releases that they put out in 2016 after our story went to press uh adf claimed that those press releases had been mistaken today scrubbed the website of any reference of francisco being allied attorney with them.

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"adf" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"adf" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Asian in the nation institute who did an extensive article on uh the christian legal army behind masterpiece cake shop it's a special investigation into the rise of alliance defending freedom that's what adf stands for and i'll tell you do wanna hear this because what they're doing in the name of religious freedom should scare the jesus out of you if there's any but jesus in you we'll take a quick break we'll come back on the other side with sarah post near next i'm nicole sampler nicole sandlercom and the progressive voices network can tax reform go so far to the right that is just plain wrong here about donald trump's tax plan today on high towers radio will low down jim rupe legendary speak the us house in the 1940s 50s offered this piece of ethical advice for lawmakers who were conflicted over whether to vote for the people or the lobbyists every now and then he said a politician older do something just because this right wow ethics how quaint today is house speaker paul ryan has perverted raeburnse ethics advising his republican majority to vote for anything just because it's rightwing along with donald trump and senate leader mitch mcconnell ron is now trying to push america's tax law so far to the right that is horribly wrong tax proposals can be complex but this 400 and twenty nine page monster is shockingly easy to understand the trump ryan mcconnell triumvirate intends to take money from millions of working families and give it to the world's wealthiest people enriches multinational corporations of course when they talk publicly about their proposal they claim it's all about helping you working steffes it's quote real tax reform for every day hardworking americans trumpeted our president in private though they reveal to their biggest campaign donors that the plan let's them help themselves to the people's money giving these corporate elites a huge windfall the biggest ever brag trump in fact the four hundred richest families in america would average five and a half million dollars in new tax breaks meanwhile if your income is under 75000 a year you'll end up worse off this is jim height are saying forget trickledown economics the gop is practicing tinkle down.

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"adf" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"adf" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Welcome back to stay to believe radio i'm welton getty my guest is investigative journalist syrup owes ner who's got an explosive new report in the nation magazine it's headlined the christian legal army behind masterpiece cake shop sarah as if it weren't worrisome enough to have this giant legal firm working to undermine our secular justice system with its lawyers you cover the terrifying prospect of this agenda getting inside the system talk a little bit about that well what we now in a phenomenal q nominee who don't have a direct to adf but share the same sort of view of the legal system the more judicial nominees that trump gets confirms the more chances adf has to win these sorts of cases everybody's watching masterpiece cake shop so closely no one suspects that gorsuch will eat differently than we would have but certainly merrick garland would have likely voted differently than late justice scalia so um it's being watched closely because we're looking at what what's justice kennedy going to do what would happen down the road should justice kennedy or one or the other liberal justices retiring and trump get the opportunity to uh replace them with somebody like amy kony barrett so people who watch what the supreme court does we're watching all of this very closely if the supreme court were to rule in favor of eighty s that's basically like saying the civil rights laws in this country can be whittled away by the supposedly religious objections of people something the supreme court has rejected in the past with regard to civil rights laws that protect people from discrimination on the basis of race yet with the trump administration the justice department is on adf side they have filed a brief in the case the solicitorgeneral is going to get argument time in the case alongside adf lawyer so this is a mission that is being embrace uh not just by the religious rate but by the trump administration as well so on the way to having the very way religious freedom and freedom of expression are interpreted by our courts changed forever i'm not overstating it because we do not know how the supreme court is going to rule and i will just point out that this is a little bit in the legal weeds but the free exercise claim that adf has raised in this case that match these kicked up his three in this case is.

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"adf" Discussed on Talk 1300 AM

Talk 1300 AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"adf" Discussed on Talk 1300 AM

"What it sounds like there's some uh uh accelerated depreciation it may be available that will be incorporated this new that probably only seen seventeen by you know don't uh uh uh uh uh something i song passing yeah and you know you go back to uh out if we have time later go into a little history stuff but this congress is reminding me of the adf congress that do nothing congress to him or not second her harry truman's final two years of this nature who almost was a like a a trump like figure i mean here he was plucked out of obscurity to be fdr's running mate in his fourth term was froth f r died and he was thrust into the presidency right and no had thin amid it's kinda like today uh and congressman caen them at all he ran for election not reelection john as he lagged them the donothing congress a one year now here's a scary thought to kenya to your financial uh we'll will briefly go lyricist scary thought and and roundly um he writes money other your money column the times's probably only time however agree with anything that's your well and actually this is a groundbreaking week because yesterday paul vienna byrd was endorsing an a times editorial i never thought i'd like them was strongest asia a foot ron lieber mentioned in his article of you know how his job is to remind everybody that should weeks great scepticism torna claims lo how this tax bill would valve and how any tax will actually change our behaviour it it's not happen yet there's some reasons he he said it in your talk about the do nothing them that the digging congress the first one he point out was he said hey nothing can happen as you pointed out the aca well kcna you quote of bali correct if icac ah if i say see a 95 percent of our listeners probably don't know what i'm talking about the affordable care act also known as aka obamacare kgb you're not in a negative sense to the for former president so you understand the up and that's why what happened congress had this go out there how many times and nothing came from it so hopefully.

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"adf" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"adf" Discussed on WCTC

"New york city public service educator right right who've been married fifty fifty six years now they'll december vote celebrating their adf birthdays this is just such a nick both honestly ogdc i walk on water with them okay this out their children in this but they talk about me in the same way that lavarch talks about exactly and now think about this this is 20 his 25 years ago and europe and redding california and this is your dad going on every radio station and it'll be uh uh for opening opening up the eisen pubs to wear veils i hala and and uh uh jean turner what else am i dunno i don't know who the nola the local news version name nationwide arguing with him and just towel you off it uh last summer to be the best i'm gonna like honestly i'm going to be better than that of the jail hattrick liz when talking 94 and yeah and keith olbermann that here i come dean dean on you at the ice and popovich's up were is opening up in red blood of california and still in anderson count afford get him saying like the fact that i'm in house arrest in sacramento well aid in some motel six right as long as in a motel right on the side of the road because i was popped four nations shorts address yeah yeah pretty much a limited to that's what i'm saying that is what you want some actual quotes from ah an actual nba player lavarra earl lebron james in the five six eytan rockettes tonight and people are wondering if when a lot of talk in cleveland its when isaiah thomas is coming back and i could he saves girl leveland will lebron's said to be honest i don't think too much as expected don't think we're relying on i t to come back we wanted to take its time but we can't rely on one person for us to be as good as uh absolutely whether it's it himself or tristan thompson being he is absolutely right but i'm telling you now isaiah thomas comes back and is just.

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"adf" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"adf" Discussed on NPR News Now

"We now turn to eastern congo to united nations peacekeepers have been killed and pierce ada peralta reports ugandan rebels are believed to be responsible for the deaths the united nations says ugandan rebels attacked a peacekeeping base in cuba who in the eastern part of the democratic republic of congo the rebels killed two tanzanian peacekeepers and injured several others un spokesman stefan dujarric says the injured were flown out and the peacekeepers repelled the attack he says the allied democratic forces were likely behind the attack the group a mix of opposition in this limousine forces formed in uganda but moved to congo were it could operate more freely over the weekend the adf also attacked mortar taxis and clashed with congolese forces in a proper and bear news they ruby at last check on wall street the dow jones industrial average was up fifty points at twenty two thousand eight hundred ten the nasdaq was up slightly at sixty five eighty and the sp 500 has climbed four point sits at twenty five forty eight this is npr news the nfl as again drawing scathing reaction from president trump in early morning tweet the president's suggested revamping tax laws over massive tax breaks to the nfl as players continued protests during the national anthem the nfl gave up its federal tax exempt status in recent years trump also slammed espn after an anchor called trump a white supremacists in a series of tweets last month that anchor apologize for the trouble her remarks causi s p n on sunday targeted dallas cowboys owner jerry jones after he said players who don't stand for the national anthem would not play for the cowboys she suggested fancy disagree should boycott the team's advertisers and merchandise.

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"adf" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"adf" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Overs news traffic and weather god knows avenue in my city turned on their adf 1410 wdov right 1410 wdov easy to do is maintain our focus on getting more work done the number two republican senator john cornyn warning congress can afford to get sidetracked from its long legislative agenda when it returns from recess in september where backed out with a panel rachel is somebody who covers congress what's your read on health care is repeal and replace finish dad and what are the chances for a bipartisan compromise what i was talking about with senator tillis to try to stabilise the obama care markets there's no sick are cutting at trump's legislative agenda is in big trouble from talking to republicans before they let the hell for racist i can tell you that most of them are song private leaving repeal and replace instock at least for now and we are hearing a lot of chatter about a bipartisan guilt prop up obamacare in texas which is really interesting because it's very different from what they campaigned on that trump and it this new room on i was tweeting out lawmakers has critters from the political donald nixon mood a threat to unilaterally blow up the insurance extortion by sapele federal conan's for sense and that has actually pressed republicans closers are democrats such that all the tighter i'm hang on hill right now is about a partisan sets that would force but as i was discussing with senator tell us you're going to get a lot of people back home saying you promise to repeal it now you're propping it up oh yeah absolutely talked to conservatives on how freedom caucus on rand paul michael allied these guys are so unless its repeal and then we can work on replaced for the next two years but the problem is the republican party on the hill they're so divided mountainous s everybody wants to get rid of obamacare but when it comes to vaccines putting together that replacement hair all over the map right now jason healthcare is only part of that when they get back in september they're only going to have a couple of weeks they got to fund the government they've got to raise the debt limit they really are nowhere on.

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"adf" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"adf" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Flyovers news traffic and weather ghana's ever unless any way turned on their adf 1410 wdov mm y'all right back we go more handle on the law david you've been there for a while what can i do for you but what mr yasser go ahead hey i i ugh at all my notes okay on a garnett equipment hold and take me on next place i have my go down sure why you know that's okay it's alright leash asif supposed a good for you not a problem joe girardi welcomed a handle on the law hi joe yes heard of it and other local alter the feeling of a wicket okay so think you might get all the court it will us here oh if of corto included on there is was aim included in gated digital opening okay so he owns the name of and on ho ho on the doesn't have you can't have patents on a name but he's still owns the name now they sold them the name but did they have a trademark on the name you won't then that's the holy answer than that then the you have to find that out because of his trademark name he owns the trademark name and if it is in their trademark name then is sort of wide open now there are some common lost off and that is is if the business is still around and someone else's using the main the the name depending on who is first and who is interfering is an aim just out there right now yeah there's no business right oh so the name a still going in other states editor nobody's this sale why is it going other countries was a trademark in other names and other countries it gave away the old girl going on get local going for a long time all right so there are those names said trademarked um well wellbeing all right so.

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