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"On the common sense Talk. NewsRadio. 6 10 W T V Air. I'm the host joined today in the LAPD studios with my father co owner Phil, who has the gun of the week coming up really soon. J C system I left, and Chuck Douglas says to my right Good pick by Emily that, you know. Maybe we should just let her pick the songs from from here on out. But JC, let's get back to some news. There is something that has a lot of potential ramifications right here in Ohio, I think, and I really think it will. And this is this is not good, but just just shows you to the depths that Bloomberg is trying to go in every city, every law, everything. His Bloomberg laws picking everything over well. To Democrats, and they have now enlisted the AKP and Bloomberg's every time for gun safety of challenged Ohio's no duty to retreat law in court. Uh, if you remember there was a big change to conceal carry, Uh, you had three things you had to do, and one of them was. You had to prove that you tried to retreat from the situation and everybody knew that was gonna be impossible when most most of the situations So they passed a law. It was, um It was passed in December of last year, and it was part of Senate Bill 1 75. Senate Bill 1 75 also dealt with a couple of other things, which is kind of least of the crux of the problem. Uh, the governor signed the bill on January 4th, and it went into effect on April six. So as of April six And as of today, you still do not have a duty to retreat. You still have to meet the first two. You can have started this whole thing or been involved in starting of it. And you had to be in in in fear of your life or serious bodily harm to you or loved one. Um, anyway, uh, those two still have to be met. But they came through and they looked at this and found out that you know what Ohio has a constitution. The Constitution says. There's a single subject rule, meaning that if you have a bill And has a single subject that you're voting on. You can't add something else to it. Kind of like the government does when they pass a bill when they had a bunch of junk to it. There's also part of it as a three consideration rule, where lawmakers have to consider a bill on three different Days. Well, this bill that when it first came out was involving, um, concealed carry with within churches that said that Hey, you're allowed to carry in churches now, and that was the basic crunch of the bill. And and everyone kind of jumped on board with it. Even a couple of Democrat, one Democrat co co sponsored it. Well, when this was added kind of at the last minute, it goes and including being able to carry in church. You don't have a duty to retreat. They were considering duty to retreat from church. You don't have to run out of this happens, but it applied to everybody. So that past well the um Bloomberg's and the AKP A and, uh, Now, these two how Democrats came up and said, Look, this isn't right. This violates Ohio's constitution, so they're challenging this now. What happens is is this It's going to be. It's been filed already. Just on Thursday. I believe in Franklin County Court of Common Pleas What they've asked for is a kind of a summary judgment. Judge. Does this violate the Constitution or not? And the judge says Yes, it does. On that day you have you are not protected anymore. You have to have a duty to retreat. So think of the repercussions for all the people out there that have this all the security, Uh, security all the concealed carry holders. If this if this passes, then honestly, the way it's written, it looks like that's what's going to happen. I think already they're looking for How do we do this? We're going to the solution is, um, is to come up with a new bill. Maybe an emergency session single minded bill because this is already passed. Put it out there. Meet the three day requirement and have a single bill and try to get this passed before the end of the year. But when the judge makes that decision, it affects all of us instantly that day, and it's crazy. I mean, and I get it. I mean, we got to play by the rules. And if they have something was not right and how this past in than it needs to be done in the right manner. The thing that kind of Made me mad is when you go out there and read the actual 18 or 30 pages of documents that was submitted to the court, and of course, it was an N double ACP in the Bloomberg organization doing this hand in hand. This is one of the lines. This is right out of the court documents, it says The Ohio NAACP opposes Ohio stand your ground law because such laws are applied in a racially biased manner. I can't figure I mean, racially biased. If you're in fear for your life or life of another where there's rates come into that they go on and say, Stay in your ground loads, including including Ohio make it easier to kill humans without the perpetrators facing eagle. Any legal consequences. I mean, how How I mean that is such a lie. It is Hawaii. Not true. You still have to meet the elements of like being in fear for your life, and but they continue to put this stuff out there and in the last time says, and because of Ohio stand your ground law. These human beings will more often be black Ohio Highlands. Well, I wonder why well Like what's their motive are. They must be concerned because majority of the confrontations must be minority. That's what it implies. I mean, where are the confrontations? Guys? When is the last time you heard of case in the state of Ohio? A stand your ground even came into play. Right. What are we? What are we? Even Why did we even need to add churches to the legislation? How about this government control government buildings and stay the hell out of everybody's house business and everything else. He didn't need a law to tell me. I've got a second Amendment right to keep and bear arms right. If the government would have stayed out of it, every time government gets involved and the AKP first of all The ACP. If anybody calls anybody with dark skin colored, they're going to get bounced all over the place. Change your name. Secondly, really, I mean, really, The colored people thing has has outlived its usefulness. Uh And and I would think, especially if the White man is out to get every black man in America. You would want every black man in America to be able to stand his ground and defend his self and his family and his hope, and instead you are protecting him into taking away his right. To stand firm. Should somebody in a white sheet ever decided to burn a cross on his front yard? This is stupid. It is. It is. Sorry I got a little bit. Then.
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"The Biden administration is defending its relationship with the Taliban to get more Americans trapped there out of Afghanistan. A flight out of Kabul with roughly 200 people on board landed encounter Thursday carrying American citizens, legal residents and Afghan partners This after days of tension over whether planes were going to be allowed out. The National Security Council issued a statement saying the Taliban were businesslike and professional in this effort. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki defended the characterization and in order to get those people out, we had to work. With some members of the Taliban to press them and to work in a businesslike manner to get them out. That is what we were standing in the statement even as Sirajuddin Haqqani, who was on the FBI's most wanted list, has been named as the Taliban's new interim interior minister. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News. The State Department has confirmed there were 10 Americans on Thursdays Evacuation flight from Kabul. Former ATF agent David Shipment will not become the new head of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. The White House withdrawing his nomination Thursday after at least one Democrat senator said he would not vote to confirm him. Most Republicans also opposed tipping over what they called his extreme gun control positions. Ohio's stand Your stand Your ground. Self defense law is under fire. The Ohio ACP joined Democratic lawmakers and and organizing group in the legal action, claiming the law took out the duty of gun owners to retreat when faced with a threat. Republican Governor Mike DeWine signed the measure into law in January. But the lawsuit lists only Attorney General Dave Yost as the sole defendant. The state AKP says the law on its surface makes it easier to kill without consequence. The plaintiffs also say public hearings were not held on the issue. The state attorney general's office is reviewing this legal action. Fox's Gurnal Scott and I'm Jack Callahan. This.
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"And if that's what we got to do to keep them in school that I think that's the wise decision. The L. A Unified school district is the second largest district in the country. More Americans are leaving Afghanistan as the violence there escalates. CBS is Charlie Degra. Here's what they're leaving behind. Two Afghan journalists say they were detained and brutally beaten by the Taliban for covering women's protests earlier this week. The Taliban cracked down on mounting demonstrations, finally banning them until further notice. For all their talk of tolerance. The Taliban have already banned music and banned women from playing sports. President Biden called China's leader Xi Jinping to fix some issues between the two nations. They butted heads recently on everything from cyber security breaches to China's trade practices and its handling of the pandemic. There's a new revel Station at the trial of 20 men accused in a deadly wave of terror attacks in Paris. France's homeland security says it has evidence one of the men on trial for terrorist association was in fact meant to be one of the Attackers on November 13th 2015. They say he was delayed on his journey from Syria. He never made it to France. The DGSE says It has a video showing Mohammad Usman in the then Isis held region of northern Iraq and Syria in May. 2015 3 months before he said he went there. Elaine Cobb. CBS NEWS PARIS A federal judge rules Florida's new anti riot law is unconstitutional and cannot be enforced. Governor Rhonda Santa's pushed it to stop violent protest groups like the AKP and Black lives matter sued the state, arguing the law disrupts the right to free speech and assembly. This is CBS News. We're here for you. 24 hours.
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"Week. The Taliban crackdown on mounting demonstrations, finally banning them until further notice. For all their talk of tolerance. The Taliban have already banned music and banned women from playing sports. President Biden called China's leader Xi Jinping to fix some issues between the two nations. They butted heads recently on everything from cyber security breaches to China's trade practices and its handling of the pandemic. There's a new revelation at the trial of 20 men accused in a deadly wave of terror attacks in Paris. France's homeland security says it has evidence one of the men on trial for terrorist association was in fact meant to be one of the Attackers on November 13th 2015. They say he was delayed on his journey from Syria. He never made it to France. The DGSE says It has a video showing Mohammad Usman in the then Isis held region of northern Iraq and Syria in May. 2015 3 months before he said he went there. Elaine Cobb. CBS NEWS PARIS A federal judge rules Florida's new anti riot law is unconstitutional and cannot be enforced. Governor Rhonda Santis pushed it to stop violent protest groups like the AKP and Black lives matter sued the state, arguing the law disrupts the right to free speech and assembly. This is CBS News. This hour's newscast is presented by Rocket mortgage need to know what it takes for a home loan to fit your budget and your family rocket can Why.
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"Journalists say they were detained and brutally beaten by the Taliban for covering women's protests. Earlier this week, the Taliban cracked down on mounting demonstrations, finally banning them until further notice. For all their talk of tolerance. The Taliban have already banned music and banned women from playing sports. President Biden called China's leader Xi Jinping to fix some issues between the two nations. They butted heads recently on everything from cyber security breaches to China's trade practices and its handling of the pandemic. There's a new revelation at the trial of 20 men accused in a deadly wave of terror attacks in Paris. France's homeland security says it has evidence one of the men on trial. For terrorist association. Was in fact meant to be one of the Attackers on November 13th 2015. They say he was delayed on his journey from Syria. He never made it to France. The DGSE says It has a video showing Mohammad Usman in the then Isis held region of northern Iraq and Syria in May. 2015 3 months before he said he went there. Elaine Cobb, CBS NEWS PARIS A federal judge rules. Florida's new anti riot law is unconstitutional and cannot be enforced. Governor Rhonda Santa's pushed it to stop violent protest. But groups like the AKP and Black lives matter sued the state, arguing the law disrupts the right to free speech and assembly. This is CBS News. Here's David and Lisa Stadler of.
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"At least two school shootings in the last couple of years in Indiana. So why is the AKP pushing to get them removed from the schools in South Bend, so it doesn't matter who is in their system. The system is built to chew up and spit. Four black, brown and white Children out of it. The school district has no plans to remove the resource officers. Leaders of Congress will be briefed next week about security ahead of a planned rally for the capital. Riot defendants. Fox's Jared help in reports from Capitol Hill. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has invited top congressional leaders from both parties to a security briefing with the chief of the U. S. Capitol police about preparations for a rally on Saturday. September 18th. We intend to have The integrity of the capital, the intact the planned justice for J six rally is expected to draw hundreds of people who are calling for the release of suspects arrested and jailed since the January 6th capital riot Pelosi did not offer details of additional security plans or say whether fencing will be put back up around the Capitol complex on Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern Fox News, the Labor Department counts nearly 11 million job openings across the US way more than expected, dwarfing the number of those who are looking for work. One minute away from traffic and weather. It's 3 33. Do you get Sinus infections, congestion, Sinus pressure and pain above your eyes below your eyes, Sinus headaches. You've gone to the doctor. You visited urgent care over and over again, and it's always the same thing. Oh, I know. Let's try antibiotics and nasal sprays. But the Sinus infections keep coming back. The good news relief is possible. How a minimally invasive procedure done in the office of Indianapolis Sina center called.
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"Go? He's all his knowledge. I'm ready to share with us for the next four hours. I've got it Stacked up here in the paper plate. Exactly. Show dog couldn't jump over it. Ladies and gentlemen. No, they couldn't know it. Good. Not as you heard the news here. Governor Greg Abbott has signed this voter. I guess we call it reform Bill this voting reform bill in the state of Texas. I mean, there's been a lot of other adjectives that people use a I was I was listening to Nicole and listening very close. And the thing that caught my ear. The most was that it's you now, you you can't drive through and vote right? That's one of the provisions of it. No drive through voting. You drive through voting. Remember, we had that in Houston and yeah, and that's what this is all about. Exactly. But I just I'm glad we don't have drive through voting. Well, it is it no longer exists. That's sure. Yeah, it is the election integrity Bill. Republicans say this is a necessary step to put a stop to voter fraud. Of course. Uh, Boost voter confidence with the integrity of elections as well. And you know what? There's a question that folks folks ask, and I think it's I think it's great. In fact, this was asked during the debate. How like how much fraud is okay? How much because and I think we've said this on the show before you know there's going to be voted for There's voter front. It's going to happen, but the answer is nine. Right, but but getting there probably close to impossible. But you have. The answer is none. Yeah. You don't want any voter fraud? This is getting us closer that you hope. Democrats say there's no evidence to support the notion that there's voter fraud and that and that it's a problem in the state. You know, that's not true. We have stories all the time. The, uh but, uh I think back to the past and not just this past. Presidential election but go back two or three presidential elections. That we have problems, then. Sure you you pointed him out of the Mitt Romney race with Barack Obama the issues in Cleveland, Okay, you know? Yeah. Every election, it seems, Yeah, well, there's always a problem. And you're not going to get rid of them, Uh, with with Governor Abbott, citing this is going to be problems. But I think a mistake we operate a little differently than Ohio does that Michigan does than Pennsylvania does, you know, and I think this bill Titans add up even more in the in the cold newscast. She had some sound of a person saying as long as everybody has the opportunity to vote. Has access to vote has access and an opportunity to vote. And there shouldn't be a problem, right? What was the Republican governor signing it? The Democrats are going to like it, and it would be vice versus the same way. Mhm But ask yourself who is denied access to vote due to this bill. This is what I'm trying to figure out No. One. No. One Okay, well, then I'm just trying to find The problem. With what the Democrats don't like about it. And and want to change because because it changed what happened in Houston last year. Well, you shouldn't be able to drive through holler out. Trump right, Biden and keep driving, right? It's not a place you vote and get of Doc, create exactly I'm with you. Yeah, and and and that's what this legislation does. Well, you know it Governor Abbott making good on the promise that he made to rewrite the state's election process practices. And and a rewrite is it's a little, um It's a little bit of a reach. Little too much. Yeah, to call it a rewrite. Maybe not a rewrite, But here's a few things you can't do when you Yeah. I mean, what he said is no one who is eligible to vote will be not denied the opportunity to vote. It does make it however harder. For cheaters to cast an illegal ballot. I'm all for that. Yeah. Okay, that isn't that what we should be about? I would like to know if there's some people out there now that this has been signed into law. I would like to know. Well, he just signed my Uh, in the law would now I can't go vote. Is there anybody like that? Yeah. There may very well be the AKP Legal Defense and education fund. Argued that Republicans ignored opportunities to make it easier to register to vote and to cast a ballot instead placing restrictions on drive thru voting voter assistance. And mail in ballot applications. Well, if you'd need voter assistance side, you can get voter assistance. You know? Does that mean getting somebody gets you out of the house? But it's not a poem. No, Here's some. It's different word. How it's not assistance. It's not a S s. I s t a N c. E. Uh huh. It's a S s I s t a N. T s. Yes. His assistant to assist you. It's an assistant assistant. Yeah, to help you with voting. So that's what this legislation takes away. These people You know who would get in a van and go around the communities and pick people up and take them to the to the to the ballot box and hold their hand and stand beside him while they voted? Well, now that that that brings to question then most people that needed to be picked up And taken.
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"The ten year old screens repeatedly mummy. Don't die the video went viral and hashtag. Mummy don't die continues to trend. Women's rights groups are calling for the implementation of the istanbul convention. An international agreement signed an istanbul back in twenty eleven by thirty four countries including turkeys ruling. Akp party the convention outlines house domestic violence and violence against women should be confronted by government. Miss campbell rally. Inclusive coach cools on the government to commitment to the istanbul convention. She's with a group called. We will stop the murder of women. Changing is the tembo convention details all the ways of dealing with this violence. There's not a single point. That's vaguely worded in the agreement. It says that nothing not mentality. Tradition or education can be an excuse for violence rather than rambling about the issue or delaying the solution to a future date or leaving it unclear who will do what the convention assigns duty to all the related institutions stung by the wave of protests. Omay relic spokesman with the ruling ak be is promising action. The hell does how we have to shake the earth to halt violence against women but chile has offered few details on how to achieve that goal and has played down calls for new legislation. Some if they could go out and say johnson misread government. anti domestic. Violence commercials are now being broadcast across all tv stations. More professor ishtaq goes ayden host women's rights tv program. She's carrying out. Research into domestic violence for the european union. Goes ayden says the law is not the problem but rather the mentality of the police and judiciary on paper. The legal structure is very convenient to stop all these violence against women excetera however the way the judicial forces work through it are usually liver problematic for example the private life of the victims should not be mentioned and actually the numbers that we see as violence against women are not reliable. Most of the cases are considered to be characterized as accidence considered to be three sites which is not the case. it's murder that's why the judicial processes should be monitored very closely on the streets of central istanbul. Many women resigned to the fact. That imminent bullet steph will not be the last this money belichick. Yup the real are. There is no law. There's no justice. There's no respect on top of that. People are living in difficult conditions because of economic hardships. Your benjamin netanyahu trough rulership here. It's as if laws encouraging murder as if the law saying don't worry you'll be out of prison in no time the status letting these people lose on the streets measures should be taken by the government. The streets of turkey continued to ring to the sounds anger and calls for change. Pro-government newspapers already pushing back there condemning. These tumble convention saying is destroying traditional family values. And they are calling the protesters feminists nazis who are feeding on the blood of dead women.
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"W B A P The AKP. How has offered to pay the bell of any of the Texas Democrats who needed And I know why you're going to ask this question. And this is again If you want to know the truth. This is all for show. Yes, it has to be. Governor Greg Abbott said the Democrats in the Legislature broke warm and let the state would be arrested. Okay, that Is not necessarily the correct description. Because no law has been broken right with no law. There's no bail. Yeah, the ACP president said that war has been declared on democracy and we will support anyone who stands up to defend it. Really? Anyone were fully invested in good trouble. The N C double. How about that? We're we are fully invested. In good trouble. You got 57, Texas Democrats who left the state obviously, uh they say they'll stay as long as necessary in order to deny the quorum. Okay. Governor, Abbott said they would be arrested immediately upon returning to the state. Soon as they come back into Texas. He said. They'll be arrested. They will be cabin inside the Texas capital until they get their job done. Okay. So notice what he said. They're how they're going to be arrested. They're gonna be cabin. Inside the Texas capital. They're not going to be taken to jail. All right now they're not gonna They're not heading down to Huntsville. I Mhm. I'll back up just a little bit. They can't even be arrested. They can. They can be detained. Okay. Arrested is a bad word here. OK, OK, forget or they can be detained. Even Yes, they could be quarantined. They can be sheltered. They can be You know, Once they land here, then they're going to be picked up. So I steal, steal. I still fail to follow them. They're back home in the state of Texas. They have a job to do. Yes. And everybody has to churches. They have to be there. But if we don't do our job here at W, B, a P. We can't be detained. We can't be picked up. You're gonna push that with Dan. I hope he's in a good mood. Yeah, I know. No, no, no. I'm just saying how that it's there are rules in place for the Legislature. If you're in town, you need to be there. Okay? And so that's the rule. Yes. Here's the another thing. I don't understand, And there's no telling how many times you've tried to explain this to me. If you're not there to vote. That's your tough luck and the people who voted for you. They're tough luck. Yeah, but you know what? It's it's there to protect those who voted for you. And just because you're a dumb A doesn't mean that they're done, mate. I like the way you have with words sometimes, but well, I'm just you have to make the meeting valid and it's also to protect, you know. From from secret meetings. Yeah, You know, because of Republican Republicans are in charge It protects. It protects Democrats from Republicans saying, You know what? Hey, fellas, let's Let's meet Thursday night at seven. Don't tell the Democrats. We'll show up. We'll vote on this stuff. We don't need them there. No, That's not the way it works. Yeah, You can't do it that we've got to validate the meeting. Yeah, I wouldn't want to. I wouldn't want it done on both sides. They gotta be. Yeah, but because they're dumb age Don't make you a dumb egg. As a voter, and so, therefore the corn protection. I'm just looking forward to when they land back in Texas. Watching those Democrats get picked up by the first just to see what that looks like. Well, Yeah. You're waiting to see that charter plane land in text. Yeah. Well, it'll be interesting to see what all actually does happen. Yeah, you know these few, by the way in hostages return Hell, I spoke with Dan Bennett. He's not going to detain you. You'll be treated and released. Okay, Very good. Thank you Stoop very much. Here's Monte Cook..
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"A male passenger began to get out of the car while reaching into his waistband. The suspect did not comply with officers commands to stay in the car that led to a struggle when the suspect's gun discharged, hitting the officer in the lower body. The man and one of the officers were taken to the hospital. Police say the officer did not discharge a weapon and the suspect's gun was recovered on scene. That suspect is now in police custody. A Baltimore judge has ordered expanded jobless benefits to continue to 300,000 Marylanders under the federal stimulus plan. The judge's ruling rejects Governor Larry Hogan's attempt to stop the enhanced benefits. Two months sooner than Congress intended under the cares act, Governor Hogan cited a severe worker shortage in Maryland. But the Baltimore City circuit Judge issued a temporary restraining order stopping Maryland from cutting off the benefits at midnight. Judge Laurence Fletcher Hill wrote in his opinion he struck by the plight of those who have had to struggle with irregular or no employment. A spokesman for the governor says the judge's ruling is being appealed RIDICULOUSLY on O. W T o P News. The temporary restraining order expires in 10 days. But the court expects to hold a hearing on a longer term injunction before then, that federal benefit amounts to $300 a week. It's funded through early September. Help at county, Maryland officials are now fighting in court against removing a Confederate statue outside the county's courthouse in eastern Talbot. County attorneys are asking a judge to dismiss the lawsuit, arguing that the plaintiffs haven't done enough to prove that the Confederate statues presence is discriminatory. It's been a debate there for years in the Talbot County branch of the AKP says It is time for the statue to go. The group's president, Richard Potter, speaking with the online newspaper, the Chestertown spy or in the 21st century, And is that the message that we want to display when we are living in a global diverse society now, and plaintiffs are urging the county to quote finally reject the last Confederate monument on public land in Maryland. Nick in L A W T O P News coming up and in depth and closer look at the U. S withdrawal from Afghanistan..
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"I'm Ailsa Chang in Los Angeles and I'm Ari Shapiro in Washington, the U. S. Supreme Court today sided with rich donors and their desire to remain anonymous. By a 6 to 3 vote along ideological lines. The court struck down a California law requiring non profits to file a list of their large donors with the state. The court said the law subjected donors to potential harassment, chilling their speech in violation of the First Amendment. NPR's Domenico Montanaro joins us to explain the ruling. Hi there. Hey, Ari. What were the details of this case? Well, at issue here was a California law. It's similar to laws in other states. It requires tax exempt charities or non profits to file a list of their large donors. Anyone who gives over $5000. It's the same as what these groups would provide to the IRS every year. Now, some of these groups Use this status as a way to influence politics in California wanted to crack down on the prevalence of some of the so called dark money groups by following the money and looking for malfeasance and other problems, But because of these groups statuses under the law, the names of the donors are supposed to remain private. The problem is that California at one point inadvertently made the names public, and that led the Americans for Prosperity Foundation, a group founded by the billionaire Koch brothers to bring the case to court. And others join them. They said that the risk of a leak, intentional or not, would create a quote chilling effect on donors and has subjected them to threats and harassment. The court agreed and said California's law violated these donors. First Amendment Freedom of association, right. And what has the reaction been so far today? Well, you can imagine the reaction is largely fallen along partisan lines, but not entirely. You know, Senator Sheldon White House, a Democrat from Rhode Island, called it a dark, dark day for democracy. He referred to the Supreme Court as the court that dark money built. That's a call back to the courts. Citizens United decision, which largely took away restrictions from corporations being involved in elections. On the other hand, Obviously, the Americans for Prosperity Foundation and the Thomas More Law Senator Christian Conservative law firm that was also party to this case, applauded the court's decision. But it's also notable that groups like the AKP Legal Defense fund. And the Council on American Islamic Relations, praised the decision to the argument before the court, in fact, rested on a 1958 Supreme Court decision that struck down in Alabama law that required the AKP to publicly disclose its membership list. Care noted that governments can sometimes quote improperly used bulk collection of data to target disfavored minorities. This obviously has implications beyond this one. California law tell us what the broader repercussions might be. Well, Absolutely one major piece of this. First of all is in the states and how they regulate charities and nonprofits to try to root out wrongdoing, self dealing and other problems. It was already a pretty tough task. California alone has About 115,000 of these kinds of groups, and this decision makes it even harder. More broadly, there are now questions about what it will mean for campaign finance laws. Take a listen to Rick Hasen, a law professor at the candidate at the University of California, Irvine. How we put it. I think it calls into question both campaign disclosure laws as well as campaign contribution laws. It's going to be much harder for states and Congress to justify some of their campaign disclosure rules and campaign contribution rules in this case, in of itself doesn't affect how money is raised for elections. But alarm bells are being rung by pro disclosure watch groups, watchdog groups in dissent by the way, Justice Sonia Sotomayor Says the ruling marks reporting and disclosure requirements with a bullseye. The big question here is what does the courts What does what do the courts conservative do if a case is brought that challenges the constitutionality of federal and state campaign finance disclosure laws? NPR's Domenico Montanaro. Thank you. You're welcome. We're nearing.
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"Warner was also remembered by Virginia Senator Mark Warner, who lost his first race against John Warner became friends with him and admired how he stood for his beliefs. John Warner was never afraid of putting his credibility, his reputation, his good name behind something when it matters. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T O P. News It's 406. How often should police body Cam video be reviewed? That is the thrust of a bill that's getting support from a police union and the A. C. P. Lee Holland is the vice president of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 35, which represents sworn officers in Montgomery County. He said the union supports the Montgomery County bill to increase random reviews of police warn body camera footage to strengthen our program and to make sure all random checks. Are done without bias is imperative that the county upgrades to acts on performer software to allow for computer generated audits and searches. Faith. Blackburn with Montgomery County chapter of the AKP says her organization supports the bill. She calls it an important step towards more accountable and transparent Police policy. A work session on the measure is scheduled for next month. Kate Ryan w T O p News stick with us here on w T O P. We continue to follow the breaking story of the afternoon, the Podesta Adrian Bridge collapse onto 2 95 near Burrows Avenue, and it has that highway shutdown Dave Building on it Next at 407. You bet. MGM customers can turn $1 into 100 when they bet on any Washington Nationals game. Sign up for the vet..
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"From her? Yes. Because I knew she didn't like me. She didn't like me being around Selena. I saw Yolanda running after her, but I didn't thought it was Selena until she was in the floor. Yolanda. She's just like like it, Lord, like if nothing had happened, she turned around. She went back into the room, and she was breaking news. Local news, traffic and weather news 93.1 King FBK from ABC News. I'm Dave Packer at the NATO summit in Brussels President Biden meeting with leaders of the NATO alliance, including a meeting with Turkish President Rajiv TV. Erdogan is very good news. The U. S has been critical of President Erdogan's hardline political stance in the past. The president's also sitting down with the leaders of three Baltic nations Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania a meeting that seems intended to send a message to Russian President Vladimir Putin that the U. S. Is looking out for the countries that are in his backyard. Karen Travers, ABC. News, traveling with the president in Brussels this before President Biden's face to face meeting with Putin on Wednesday. Wildfires in the West fire crews working in extreme heat and fighting a brush fire in the mountains of southern California. At least two homes gone. Meanwhile, at least six wildfires burning in Utah, including one spreading to more than 10,000 Acres. Vice President Kamala Harris in Greenville, South Carolina, today for a vaccine mobilization event, the AKP helped organize the action designed to encourage more black Americans to get their covid shots. For those who think the vaccine was rushed, Vice President Harris told the crowd. The building blocks of the Covid vaccine underwent a decade of research. I know it seems like it happened overnight, but it didn't Over a decade of.
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"Fielding questions why he won't back. The House passed voting rights Bill West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin says he had a good and respectful conversation with black civil rights leaders about the path forward for a voting rights bill, the AKP said after the phone call, the groups are focused on finding common ground with Senator Manchin and with other lawmakers to pass federal legislation to protect The right to vote Mansion wrote in an op ed Sunday. He does not support this sweeping for the People Act that passed the house, saying he wants to pass the narrower John Lewis Voting Rights Act with Republican support. Elizabeth ALS the ABC News Washington the White House, signaling that it is moving on from negotiations with Republicans when it comes to the infrastructure bill that, according to an administrative source Also adding that the president will now turn his focus to engaging with a bipartisan group of senators to try and find a deal a group that they welcome Senator Capital to join an Illinois man from Kennel Worth, Illinois north of Chicago, arrested today on federal charges related to the U. S. Capitol siege. The FBI, meantime, creating an online messaging app that criminals used to plan and move drugs worldwide. Well, criminals around the world thought they were communicating only with themselves. The encrypted devices. They were using. We're actually sending copies of everything they wrote to the FBI. Because the FBI built the communications platform and shut down other platforms to funnel more criminals are away the FBI's Suzanne Turner, the users were upper echelon command in control of over 300 transnational criminal organizations. In the past, 48 hours over 500 people have been arrested around the world. Alex Stone ABC News After more than 600,000 deaths, the U. S seen a turnaround in cases. The CDC says COVID cases are down 94% since January. You're listening to ABC News..
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"Senator Joe Manchin says he had a good and respectful conversation with black civil rights leaders about the path forward for a voting rights bill, the AKP said after the phone call, the groups are focused on finding common ground with Senator Manchin and with other lawmakers to pass federal legislation. Shows the ABC News Washington the White House, signaling that it is moving on from negotiations with Republicans when it comes to the infrastructure bill that according to an administrative source, also adding that the president will now turn his focus to engaging with a bipartisan group of senators to Try and find a deal a group that they welcome Senator Capital to join an Illinois man from Kennel Worth, Illinois north of Chicago, arrested today on federal charges related to the U. S Capitol siege. The FBI, meantime, created an online messaging app that criminals used to plan and move drugs worldwide. Well, criminals around the world thought they were communicating only with themselves the encrypted devices they were using. We're actually sending copies of everything they wrote to the FBI. Because the FBI built the communications platform and shut down other platforms to funnel more criminals are way. The FBI's Suzanne Turner. The users were upper echelon command in control of over 300 transnational criminal organizations. In the past, 48 hours over 500 people have been arrested around the world like stone. ABC airs after more than 600,000 deaths, the US seeing a turnaround in cases, the CDC says covid cases are down 94% since January. You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station, You station Katya, Our on Air 92 3 FM online at K t a r dot com and streaming Live on the T A R news app. You're breaking news and traffic. Now it's 202. Good afternoon. I'm Becky Lynn. And here is our top story. Arizona votes. Maricopa County voters are switching affiliation to other as opposed to jumping from one major political party to another 2 to 1. Moderates aren't the only ones leaving their parties. You've also got hardcore Republicans that don't like the direction of the Republican Party. You've got Democrats who aren't in line with Biden's brand of politics. And maybe Think they don't go far enough. Sally political consultant Emily Ryan, an issue civic education professor, Luc Perez says, say that we could blame the November election and the audit. But the Republicans may not be fearful with the Republican Party is doing this appeasing the current hard right base in such a way that doesn't turn off new voters or doesn't dissuade them from trying to recruit new ones. The recorder's office reports. 21,000 changes out of 2.6 million registered voters since March three times, including a Forensic on it. It's been determined to be clean as governor, Doug Ducey in an exclusive interview with our Mike Broom head, saying that the 2020 election in Arizona has been audited previously, and that Arizona's are more focused on the future. As it pertains to the 2022 election. Ducey says Republicans in the state should be judged on what they accomplished for the state between now And the election, ma'am. A few weeks ago, Ktrs Olive Aetna brought you the exclusive story of a 22 month old boy who was miraculously.
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"Fielding questions why he won't back. The House passed voting RIGHTS Bill, West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin says he had a good and respectful conversation with black civil rights leaders. About the path forward for a voting rights bill, the AKP said after the phone call. The groups are focused on finding common ground with Senator Manchin and with other lawmakers to pass federal legislation to protect the right to vote mention, wrote in an op ed Sunday He does not support the sweeping for the People Act that passed the House, saying he wants to pass the narrower John Lewis Voting Rights Act with Republican support. Elizabeth ALS the ABC News Washington the White House, signaling that it is moving And when it comes to the infrastructure bill that, according to an administrative source, also adding that the president will now turn his focus to engaging with a bipartisan group of senators to try and find a deal a group that they welcome Senator Capital to joining an Illinois man from Kennel Worth, Illinois north of Chicago, arrested today on federal charges related to the U. S Capitol siege. The FBI, meantime, created an online messaging app that criminals used to plan and move drugs worldwide. Well, criminals around the world thought they were communicating only with themselves the encrypted devices they were using. We're actually sending copies of everything they wrote to the FBI because the FBI built the communications platform and shut down other platforms to funnel more criminals their way. The FBI's Suzanne Turner. The users were upper echelon command.
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"A small town mayor is off to jail. I'm manufacture with what she did and how long she'll serve. We start with ABC News now at two o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen. Senator Joe Manchin spoke with civil rights leaders today, fielding questions why he won't back. The House passed voting rights Bill West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin says he had a good and respectful conversation with black civil rights leaders about the path forward for a voting rights bill, the AKP said after the phone call, the groups are focused on finding common ground with Senator Manchin and with other lawmakers to pass federal legislation to protect the right to vote. Mansion wrote in an op ed Sunday. He does not support this sweeping for the People Act that passed the house, saying he wants to pass the narrower John Lewis Voting Rights Act with Republican support. Elizabeth ALS the ABC News Washington the White House, signaling that it is moving on from negotiations with Republicans when it comes to the infrastructure bill that, according to an administrative source Also adding that the president will now turn his focus to engaging with a bipartisan group of senators to try and find a deal a group that they welcome Senator Capital to join an Illinois man from Kennel Worth, Illinois north of Chicago, arrested today on federal charges related to the U. S Capitol siege. The FBI, meantime, creating an online messaging app that criminals used to plan and move drugs worldwide. While criminals around the world thought they were communicating only with themselves the encrypted devices they were using. We're actually sending copies of everything they wrote to the FBI. Because the FBI built the communications platform and shut down other platforms to funnel more criminals are away. The FBI's Suzanne Turner. The users were upper echelon command in control of over 300 transnational criminal organizations. In the past, 48 hours over 500 people have been arrested around the world like Stone. ABC nears after more than 600,000 deaths, the US seeing a turnaround in cases, the CDC says covid cases are down 94% since January. You're listening to ABC News..
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The Mystery of Déjà Vu
"Today. Well a look at deja-vu a while back I did a podcast of the scientific definition of deja Vu but after all the scientific Mumbo jumbo related to the cause of gauge of the fat came out that those explanations shins were based on scientific theory. Put Out by those at wanted to dismiss the feeling of having done something or met someone before. Today we'll take a Lucca deja Vu through a different lance and is indeed no less scientific than the theories put out by the so called World of science if Daesh Asia abuse to be considered real than we must also look at several other topics. I there is life after death than there's reincarnation and also past life regression. Have you ever experienced a sudden feeling of familiarity while in a completely new place or the feeling. You've had the exact same conversation conversation with someone before. Have you ever felt like you have experienced a time or place or an event before but knew it was not possible. In recent times several individuals were interviewed and spoke of places they visited. They even have specific details about those places. Details could only eh known if they had been there four. According to popular belief there are no explanations of experiencing deja Vu. We do however know from in people's comments interviews stories deja Vu can happen anytime without notice. It is not plan cannot randomly hit. Individuals are actually can randomly hit individuals. The ideas has no way of predicting it. There are some conflicting reports state. That DEJA VU happens on a regular basis or happens with chained timing. But that isn't any sort of research that I could find on this topic deja Asia who is random. It is difficult to study deja Vu. The odd feeling you get when you sent. You've already experienced something that you know you are doing for the first time time in the laboratory this is because the phenomenon is rare and difficult to reproduce if not impossible however there are similarities between Green Deja Vu and the more common experience of seeing a person who seems vaguely familiar to you. But whose name how you know them and where you previously. Asli met that mistake. You sounds like deja would mean finally. Here's a defining moment normal days of experiences the ability to discern that it isn't real on encounter engage of the brain runs a sort of sense chat searching for objective evidence of the prior experience and then disregarding regarding it as the illusion that it is people with Deja Vu have been known to lose disability completely professor Chris Moulin. One of are the foremost experts on days. Experience describes a patient he encountered while working at a memory clinic at a hospital in bath England and this was in the two thousand thousand Mulan received a letter from a local. GP referring an eighty year old former engineer known as AKA P as a result the gradual brain salt death caused by Dementia Ak pee was now suffering from chronic perpetual deja Vu A.. KP claimed that he had had given up watching television or reading the newspaper because he knew what was about to happen said that he was someone who felt as though everything everything in his life had happened before says Dr Moulin. AKP was resistant to the idea of visiting the clinic because he felt as though he'd already been there despite the fact that he never had on being introduced a Mulan for the first time the man even claimed to be able to give specific details of occasions were they had met before. What is deja-vu. No one seems to know Donna scientific world or the world paranormal yet. Statistically eighty percent of Americans say they have experienced the feeling of deja Vu.
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Opposition's win in Istanbul's do-over race for mayor hands Erdogan a decisive defeat
"The opposition has won a rerun of the election for mayor of Turkey's, biggest city stumble. It's a major setback for the Turkish president Reggie type Edwin his candidate Bonaly elder of the AK party conceded victory to his rival at criminal Lou he won by about nine percent and declared is a new beginning for Turkey will Hannah, listen to Smith is, is symbol correspondent for the time. So I'm delighted to say she joins us on the line. Now welcome back Hannah to the program. This was a rerun but much more. It was. So the, the original elections, the low collections on March thirty first were won by the opposition candidate by very, very large. He, he really go about four thousand votes mood, and Bonaly from who's the candidate from Oregon's AKP, the KP force and fourteen four for this to be withdrawn person, a string of complaints about all kinds of things and there are irregularities at the ballot box. And finally, at the start of may about five weeks after that election, the Supreme Electoral the top electoral body intact. He took the decision to say the election results, MMS becomes the election rerun now that caused absolute wave outcry across techy, not just among opposition supporters, but also crucially within Mr. doin zone party over the past few weeks. I've spoken to even people within the party people working within party ranks say that this was the wrong thing to do that. It looks very bad that it looked unto. Democratic and present her do on, even though clearly he has slid into deeper deeper authoritarianism. I've recent years importantly, for him, part of his. Rhetoric is talking about democracy, talking about the will of the people he claims himself as the techies leader who my accurate, reflects what people want an I think this is the first time and he's grew which started twenty five years ago when he self was marriage tumble. I think this is the first time in his career. That is really ready made a major slip up in trying to interpret what the people of Turkey ones. The people of Istanbul though seem to be incredibly happy with their result last night. Absolutely. I mean you can probably hear my voice that the party stretched on quite late tonight, they were, they were still going on for five am when I went to in the generally, the, the result counting is kind of quite an events in Turkey goes on several hours, which is done very quickly. Usually, we have results of elections four or five hours after the ballot box is closed. But last night, I mean, the ATP really seems to be trying to save some of their embarrassments the just after broadcasting results began