35 Burst results for "Aclu"

Danielle D’Souza Gill: A Godless Society Is the Root of All the Evil

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:48 min | 4 d ago

Danielle D’Souza Gill: A Godless Society Is the Root of All the Evil

"At various points throughout its text, the holy Bible of the Christian religion reveals signs importance of what will happen during what is known as the end times. These signs include the passage in Isaiah warning about people who call good evil and evil good. And a passage in Matthew and Mark that says children will give their parents up to authorities who will put them to death. Then there's the book of revelation, which focuses specifically on the end times. This book details such portents as the mark of the beast, a symbol of allegiance to the Antichrist without which you aren't allowed to buy food or work. And of course, we can't forget the four horsemen of the apocalypse, deception who rides the white horse, wore on his red horse, famine on the black horse, and finally disease on the pale horse. Given that these are all things associated with Antichrist, Satan, and ultimate evil. You would think it would be smart PR to avoid any semblance of them when forming policies that touch the everyday lives of people around the world. Yet, when it comes to the left, the values and ideas of the Antichrist are central to their branding. There is no better example of the practice of calling evil good and good evil than corporate virtue signaling. Think about the standard corporate stance on things like children and gender. Balenciaga's ad campaign comes to mind, as but one small example of countless others. Also note that these virtues are strongly aligned with the goals and ideals of the political left. In fact, the far left ACLU is now dispatching an army of 50 attorneys to Arkansas in order to stop the passage of a bill meant to protect innocent children from insane and unnecessary surgical mutilations.

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If You Assert That There Is No God...

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:52 sec | 3 weeks ago

If You Assert That There Is No God...

"Assert that there is no God, that is not kind of neutral, secularism, it ultimately is a nihilism that leads to a cynicism that is diabolical. If you're passionately motivated by keeping abortion legal, you do worship the devil, whether you know it or not. You are a worshiper of moloch and you are helping the blood sacrifice to continue. And it's no accident that the temple of Satan is a co litigant. Amicus Curie briefs on behalf of preserving abortion rights because it claims that abortion is a religious ritual in the worship of Satan. And the left wing groups like the ACLU and Planned Parenthood, they don't renounce it. They don't say, oh, we want nothing to do with that. They welcome them as cool it against.

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Democrats Gain New Squad Members

The Officer Tatum Show

00:58 sec | 3 weeks ago

Democrats Gain New Squad Members

"Greg sees her of Texas says that Texas working families quote deserve a progressive Democrat like Greg, who will show up and fight for fight for them because of his roots as a labor organizer. I know Greg and I will work together to organize year round and deliver on Medicare for All good jobs and climate justice. This is one of the squad members said. Then you have Maxwell frost right here in Orlando said, as a national organizer with the ACLU, I pushed Joe Biden to agree to abolish the Hyde amendment and act that has limited abortion access for millions of people. I organized in the movement that restored voting rights to 1.6 million floridians with previous felonies. I've let thousands of young activists and the fight against gun violence as the national organizing director of March of our lives. Here's what some release said as a Pennsylvania state legislator and dedicated organizer activist and advocate for social justice. She has fought tirelessly to lift up movements and bring real change to her community.

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Border Patrol Union to ACLU: 'Go to Hell'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:38 sec | Last month

Border Patrol Union to ACLU: 'Go to Hell'

"You know, to people who call me an election denier, go to hell. Go to hell, that's our theme today on the Mike Gallagher show. I'm quoting the border patrol union. The national border patrol council tweeted to the ACLU, we read this morning that the ACLU is upset that border patrol agents have the audacity to defend themselves. We have a response for them, go to hell. Well, that's my response. To those loonies on the left, those un American degenerates who don't think we have a right to speak up, go to hell.

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Nevada ACLU requests probe into alleged partisan hand-count

AP News Radio

01:01 min | Last month

Nevada ACLU requests probe into alleged partisan hand-count

"Nevada's ACLU as requested a probe into an allegedly partisan hand count Nevada's American civil liberties union wants the Republican Secretary of State barbarous sagacity to investigate why a GOP volunteer packing a handgun on her waistband kicked one of their observers out of the room where mail in ballots were being hand tallied It happened last week in Nye county a rural area 60 miles west of Las Vegas which has about 33,000 registered voters Night county commissioners voted for a hand count of every ballot in response to complaints by residents that echoed conspiracy theories about voting machines interim clerk Markov says the observer that was kicked out was tallying votes on a notepad something that is not allowed After just two days the hand count was shut down Nevada Supreme Court issued a ruling that the count had to be conducted in a way that prevents the public release of early results The ACLU had complained that among other things officials were reading the candidate's names out loud from the ballots within hearing distance of public observers confess says he submitted a new hand count plan to the Secretary of State's office that he hopes to get approved this week I'm Jennifer King

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Reaching the Finish Line With JD Vance

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | Last month

Reaching the Finish Line With JD Vance

"Tim Ryan, the pretend moderate, calling for a release of half of all the federal inmates, play cut one O three. Thank you. You've made an ACLU commitment to reduce mass incarceration by 50% during your presidency. So speaking of that commitment, can you walk us through how you would go about doing it? Yeah. There's a lot we have to do. And it ties into a lot of other areas. But I would personally try to start with marijuana laws and getting marijuana off the schedule. Man, just open up our prisons. By the way, anyone who panders like that with the ACLU should not be a senator for the state of Ohio. Because ACLU are the same people that are cousins and sister organizations to people that want to legalize all drugs and then meanwhile, fentanyl is destroying the people of Ohio. People need to know about this. Yeah, that's exactly right, Charlotte, actually our team just identified a video of a couple of days ago where Tim Ryan said that he does want to abolish all limitations all legal penalties for drugs, including fentanyl, which, you know, it makes me realize Charlie like both at the individual trafficker level at the Mexican drug cartel level. And even at the level of China, which of course is manufacturing this fentanyl, the Democrats want to go easy on everybody that's causing this drug problem in the state of Ohio at all across the country. I just got to say Charlie sort of separate the substantive disagreements that I have with Tim Ryan. I watched that clip of him and I think to myself this guy after we beat him is going to have a great career as a used car salesman. There's just something about his voice or about his manner where, you know, it's like he's got a great 1994 Buick. It runs like new and he's going to give you a great deal on it. That's his entire ethic that's his entire attitude. And I think because of it, we're going to do very well in November.

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Nevada Supreme Court allows early hand-counting of votes

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Nevada Supreme Court allows early hand-counting of votes

"There will be early hand counting of votes in one Nevada county I'm Lisa dwyer The Nevada Supreme Court has ruled that a rural Nevada county can start hand counting mail in ballots two weeks before election day But the county won't be allowed to live stream the tallying in order to make sure the voting results aren't accidentally released The state Supreme Court said that that plan was just too risky The ruling is in response to an emergency petition filed by the ACLU of Nevada which challenged nigh county's plan to start hand counting votes as early as Wednesday The hand count will take place alongside machine tabulators the court also ordered the county to require observers to certify that they will not release any information regarding the vote count process early I'm Lisa dwyer

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The ACLU Fights to Allow Children to Defy Their Parents

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:46 sec | Last month

The ACLU Fights to Allow Children to Defy Their Parents

"ACLU files complaint against Pennsylvania school district for requiring parental consent for student gender transition. The ACLU was just another leftist chaos inducing society destroying organization. It is not worthless. It is harmful. It is gone from a time where it took civil liberties seriously. To trying to figure out how to stay in business when civil liberties well, ironically, I was going to say, are so insured, but they're not. The left's violation of the civil liberties of conservatives is astonishing.

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 Montana defies order on transgender birth certificates

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Montana defies order on transgender birth certificates

"Of Montana judge considers arguments on the states transgender birth certificate law In April judge Michael Moses with Montana's 13th judicial district temporarily blocked a 2021 state law that required transgender people trying to change their birth certificate to undergo surgery and obtain a court order Moses said the law was unconstitutionally vague and that people could go back to providing an affidavit to the state health department Now he's hearing from the state and the ACLU which is arguing that a new rule violates the previous court order the health department banned anyone from changing their sex on their birth certificate unless it was incorrect due to a clerical error Montana's attorney general Austin Newton led a group of 17 states whose attorneys general say a Biden administration proposal to solidify protections for transgender and gay students would coerce schools to teach what they called politically driven gender identity theories transgender plaintiffs say a birth certificate that doesn't match their gender identity puts

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 Judge temporarily blocks Ohio law banning most abortions

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Judge temporarily blocks Ohio law banning most abortions

"There are more legal developments on state laws restricting abortion I'm Ben Thomas with the latest A judge has temporarily blocked Ohio's ban It prohibits most abortions after the first detectable fetal heartbeat cardiac activity can be detected as early as 6 weeks into pregnancy before many people know they're pregnant Ohio's law went into effect after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the roe versus weight decision in June But the judge's action means abortions through 20 weeks gestation may resume for now as was the case before the ban went into a fact Abortion providers represented by the ACLU of Ohio are

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The Government Widely Uses Geolocation Data... And It's Troublesome

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:44 min | 4 months ago

The Government Widely Uses Geolocation Data... And It's Troublesome

"There's a new report out from the ACLU. It's being amplified all over the media. And it reveals that the Department of Homeland Security in particular. But in fact, this applies to a number of government agencies. Customs and border, immigration, it refers to the Department of Justice, all of these departments have been purchasing and carefully reviewing and using cell phone geo tracking data. Now, the ACLU report is focusing on the privacy issue. What they show is that the federal government has been working with these private companies, there's one that's highlighted in the article it's called ventil, it's a data broker based in Virginia. So these data brokers are aggregators. They collect the data from the cell phone apps, and they sell it to commercial companies, but they're also providing it to the federal government. And the ACLU's point is that this is extremely troublesome. And it's troublesome in a general sense because it violates people's privacy. Now, the data brokers fire back by saying, wait a minute, people have agreed to the use of their data when they download these apps. But I think here the ACLU has a better point than no one actually is agreeing to these things. You're just scrolling to the end. You want the app, and so you end up consenting the things that you don't actually consent to, you're sort of consenting by default.

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 In era of transparency, Arizona law limits filming police

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

In era of transparency, Arizona law limits filming police

"In an era of transparency in Arizona law limits the filming of police Arizona's Republican governor signed the law Thursday making it illegal to knowingly video police officers 8 feet or closer without their permission The penalty is a misdemeanor and would likely incur a fine without jail time Civil rights and media groups oppose the measure the new law doesn't make exceptions for the press and both say it raises serious constitutional issues The ACLU of Arizona says it's unlikely that other states might follow suit given questions about constitutionality The law comes nearly a year after the Department of Justice opened an investigation into whether police officers in Phoenix are using excessive force

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"aclu" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 5 months ago

"aclu" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Starting today, abortion providers in Kentucky can resume procedures, a Kentucky judge, but the Commonwealth's abortion ban on hold, at least for now. From member station Wu ky, Karen Tsar reports. After the U.S. Supreme Court overturned roe versus wade one week ago, a trigger law passed by Kentucky legislators in 2019 immediately went into effect. It essentially halted all abortions in the state, unless a mother's life was at risk. The ACLU of Kentucky filed a lawsuit on behalf of BMW women's surgical center and Planned Parenthood. The state's only to abortion providers. On Thursday, judge Mitch Perry granted a request for a temporary suspension of the trigger law. Tomorrow waiter is the state director of Planned Parenthood alliance advocates in Louisville. We're here to send a clear message the ability to control your own body and make your own medical decisions is a fundamental human right. David Wallace, the executive director of the family foundation in Kentucky, called the decision egregiously wrong. There are lives that are going to be lost because this judge took this action. And so that certainly extremely disappointing and just tragic. When the Supreme Court decision came down last week, amber duke, interim executive director of the ACLU of Kentucky, said EM women's surgical center canceled a 199 upcoming appointments and 15 patients waiting for procedures were sent home. Many, leaving in tears. Our clients had to turn people away and tell people who were there for appointments that they could not receive care. Both of Kentucky's providers have been guiding women to neighboring states for care. Kentucky Republican, attorney general Daniel Cameron, a staunch anti abortion supporter, declined to be interviewed following Thursday's ruling, but said they'd fight. Both sides will be back in a Kentucky courtroom

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Florida judge to hear arguments on state's new abortion law

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Florida judge to hear arguments on state's new abortion law

"The fight over abortion rights in Florida is in court today Several abortion providers are challenging a new state law that bans nearly all procedures after 15 weeks It's supposed to take effect Friday violators could face up to 5 years in prison physicians or other medical professionals could lose their licenses and face fines of $10,000 The Florida ACLU which represents Planned Parenthood and other plaintiffs says the ban is blatantly unconstitutional under the state constitution Florida currently allows abortions up to 24 weeks I'm Julie Walker

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Elon Musk Says He Plans to Vote Republican

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:47 min | 7 months ago

Elon Musk Says He Plans to Vote Republican

"So Elon is getting pressure from every possible direction. Elon is getting pressure from the security exchange commission. The Department of Justice has launched investigations into Elon. Again, Twitter is that central to what the regime wants to do over the next couple of years and decades. They are not going to let this go without a massive fight. So Elon is now asking the question, how many fake accounts actually are there on Twitter? How many people are actually legitimate and how many are illegitimate? Well, Elon is saying all the wrong things if he actually wants to take over Twitter easily. But he's saying all the right things for what we as conservatives and freedom lovers actually want to hear. Here's one. Elon Musk and cut 37 says he plans to vote Republican for the first time ever. Again, the fact that the world's richest man is now saying he's becoming a right winger. That shows you what the how radical the left has become. You have turned someone who was kind of a, he was an ACLU donating, Met Gala attending solar panel proselytizing electric car creating, like let's go to Mars and we'll create kumbaya liberal to a guy that's now basically like I'm buying guns. Only the left could pull that off. Play cut 37. You know, the reality is that Twitter at this point has a very far left bias. And I would trust myself as a moderate. And neither the Republican nor Democrat. And in fact, I have voted overwhelmingly for Democrats historically overwhelmingly. I'm not sure I might never have voted for Republican just to be clear. Right. Now this election, I will. And this election, I

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"aclu" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:47 min | 7 months ago

"aclu" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Geo tracking via cell phone is inaccurate I mean it could have been a car driving through his bedroom But always there okay where one meets finishing At any attended church how would you know he was a good bit of car Jim Driving up through the church And then chief justice John Roberts wrote in Friday's decision This is from 2018 about cell phone data That when the government tracks the location of a cell phone it achieves near perfect surveillance As if it had attached an ankle monitor to the phone's user ACLU You may want to tell the FBI that All right James has called in James O'Keefe welcome back to the show We appreciate you being here Amazing work as always Thank you Thank you Dan Thank you for having me So of course project veritas the finest journalists out there in my IMHO here my humble opinion James How did you get Well I don't want to say how did you get I've been wondering for a long time Why more whistleblowers from the FBI knowing the malfeasance going on Have not reached out to organizations like you You get this whistleblower blows the lead off it Just sum up how we got here to this point and kind of the key takeaways from your interview Well Dan thank you This is an extraordinary I mean this is the sort of story that most journalists want to break and my whole career have been wanting to break a story like this This is an actual whistleblower inside the FBI you alluded to it on your show earlier Still paid by the bureau And he's following his conscience And he gave us a document Dan Our restricted document The various people have access to about our very case You could see the names of the FBI agents who were in my apartment that day put me in handcuffs through me against the wall took my journalistic notes and cell phones and investigative work that I'm doing And he showed us on this document that there's a category it's a special investigative matters It's at news media And he's talking about how the FBI are investigating news media And using all these tools like cast going through your phones and ten registers and he just says you know he's following his conscience He says it's not that I have a problem with the agents who think they're doing the right thing I have a problem with the agents who know they're doing the wrong thing and do it anyway for their paycheck and their pension And it's just so powerful to hear this 15 minute long interview I do with this person And I think that we've reached a point in the state of things in America where I've always been predicting the stand that there's going to be a point when people are pushed back and they blow the whistle and haven't been a lot of people that have done this inside the FBI but this person.

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Sen. Rand Paul Unsure if Trump Would Return to Twitter

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:04 min | 7 months ago

Sen. Rand Paul Unsure if Trump Would Return to Twitter

"Elon Musk confirming yesterday that if and when he gets control of Twitter, he's going to welcome Trump back to Twitter. Oh, look at this. Jack Dorsey, now a supports Trump returning to Twitter. The ACLU supports reinstating Donald Trump. Where were all those folks for the last two years, senator? All I can say is, you know, I've been threatening and threatening to quit Twitter and I quit YouTube because they censor me, but I haven't quit Twitter. But if Elon Musk takes over, it gets rid of the sensors, I love his irreverent sarcasm and he's actually just playing funny a lot of the times. And actually, I don't even know his politics. I think he may have a libertarian street tumor, I don't think he's either conservative or liberal. I think he's probably a mixture of a lot of different beliefs that the younger generation believes him. But it might not always agree with, but my goodness, do I agree with freedom of speech without question? I think he's going to make it a fun place again. But you know what? I doubt Trump will come back, you know, he's in a direct competitor now. He's got a bunch of money invested in this true social. So I would be very surprised if he came back to Twitter.

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Will Chamberlain Shares His Thoughts on the SCOTUS Leaker

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | 7 months ago

Will Chamberlain Shares His Thoughts on the SCOTUS Leaker

"Who is the leaker? Who leaked the draft opinion to overturn roe versus wade? What is being done to investigate this person and hold this person accountable? Well, the great will Chamberlain went on Twitter and just he went after it. I'll tell you what. He went after it in a way that was profound and was so compelling and the left is not happy. Well, welcome back to the program. Good to be with you. Apologies for the slight baby issue. But anyway, good to be with you. Yes, indeed. No problem. So will walk us through. We have some time. Who you believe the leaker to be? How did you come to that conclusion? And then how did the world react once you made it public? So, yeah. Well, I think the, again, we don't know because we don't have insight information or anything like that. I'm just facing this on what I was able to dig up publicly, but my guess, my guess is that the leaker is this clerk for justice Breyer named Elizabeth deutch. And there are two real basic reasons. One is that her academic and professional history demonstrates that she has a unique focus on abortion and reproductive rights. From the time she was in law school, her law school note, her fellowship at the ACLU, or clerkships, her op-ed writing, like they've all been laser focused on abortion women's issues. I mean, a good example would be that her law school note was focused on looking at how you could use the non discrimination provisions in ObamaCare to try and force Catholic hospitals to perform emergency

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James O'Keefe: Feds Gagged Microsoft for Not Spying on Project Veritas

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 8 months ago

James O'Keefe: Feds Gagged Microsoft for Not Spying on Project Veritas

"You gotta hold of this Biden family diary and of course after that it appears you guys became the subject of a bunch of raids I mean this is the kind of stuff that you write in like a cheesy comic book and everybody laughs like oh no that wouldn't happen There's no way the DoJ could be so ridiculous to do that And it seems obvious they be covering for Biden What's going on with that Well that's the recent big story we did This Microsoft Corporation reached out to me We use Microsoft for our emails And there were legal documents that showed that Biden's Department of Justice was spying on us 9 months before we even heard about this Joe Biden's daughter diary This is January 2020 Secret warrants then were signed by magistrate judges to Microsoft for my emails and my colleagues emails and those warrants allowed them to get stuff going back two years ago This is crazy It was so crazy the ACLU issued a statement ACLU comments on this This happened about two weeks ago And there are troubled by the electronic surveillance orders requiring sweeping disclosure of all of our journalistic sources So the FBI and the Department of Justice targeting project veritas and the craziest part about this Dan is that the federal judge in New York in December said well James will keeps a journalist journalist at privilege ordered the special master over the FBI with what they did and raiding my home and taking my stuff And then the feds went back to Microsoft a month later and continued to try to gag Microsoft from disclosing the existence of the secret warrants Last month Microsoft drafted emotion good on them opposing the gag and the feds back down And then in March just a few weeks ago we found out about all this This is crazy This is the biggest at bridgeman on freedom of the press in the history of the United States

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House votes to decriminalize marijuana, but Senate fate dim

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 8 months ago

House votes to decriminalize marijuana, but Senate fate dim

"The the house house has has approved approved a a bill bill that that would would decriminalize decriminalize marijuana marijuana at at the the federal federal level level and and allow allow states states to to set set their their own own policies policies I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with the the latest latest the the building building criminalizes criminalizes marijuana marijuana at at the the federal federal level level by by removing removing it it from from the the controlled controlled substances substances act act in in congressman congressman Jerry Jerry Nadler Nadler the the bill's bill's sponsor sponsor says says with with most most states states having having done done so so already already it's it's long long overdue overdue in in congresswoman congresswoman Barbara Barbara Lee Lee adds adds make make no no mistake mistake yes yes it it is is a a racial racial justice justice bill bill according according to to the the ACLU ACLU black black Americans Americans the the nearly nearly four four times times more more likely likely to to be be arrested arrested for for cannabis cannabis related related crimes crimes than than white white Americans Americans despite despite equal equal rights rights abuse abuse but but congressman congressman cliff cliff Benson Benson Oregon Oregon Republican Republican questions questions Democrats Democrats timing timing the the main main priority priority for for the the Democrats Democrats this this week week is is that that Ukraine Ukraine skyrocketing skyrocketing gasoline gasoline prices prices eight eight percent percent inflation inflation or or the the border border crisis crisis no no one one said said is is marijuana marijuana and and he he says says the the legislation legislation does does nothing nothing to to address address the the consequences consequences of of legalization legalization still still the the bill bill is is not not expected expected to to garner garner enough enough support support to to pass pass the the Senate Senate a a similar similar measure measure died died there there two two years years ago ago Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Washington Washington

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"aclu" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"aclu" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"We've got a president who is on record as being perfectly comfortable with giving cash payments to illegals. Let me repeat that. We have a president who is on record as being perfectly comfortable with giving cash payments to illegals. Have you followed this controversy with Fox News channels Peter doocy? He asked Biden the other day about the cash payment, all this reporting that has been revealed that the Biden administration is in talks to give illegals separated at the border up to $450,000 per person. And Peter douchi asked poor Biden about it who barely knows where he is and Biden attacked the reporter Peter doocy saying you're putting garbage out there. He denied it's happening. Well, that infuriated the ACLU because the ACLU is spearheading the $450,000 payments to the illegals because the ACLU is suing the government over the payments. So they're furious because they said, wait a minute. Why is Biden denying this now? Well, they're back. Somebody finally got the word. To pour out of touch, addled Joe Biden, they got him back on track again, apparently there will be payments to illegals because according to White House spokeswoman, karine Jean Pierre, Biden is A-okay. With 450 thousand, I just want to let that. Let me just close my eyes and think about a young man from Mexico. Who snuck across the border, got apprehended, somehow got separated from his family. And was therefore traumatized. And has lawyers from the ACLU representing him in his trauma. And The White House says, okay, for your trauma, Miguel we're going to give you

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"aclu" Discussed on What The Flip Podcast

What The Flip Podcast

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"aclu" Discussed on What The Flip Podcast

"The was when he did it will. Oh hell no. They just convinced them an in this society. It's like a you know are you denying wasn't a black flip. And they were all you must have been a dip so they will go and jumping convinced they through the by showing up. Yeah i that's my that's my. That's my two cents in this. That's my kind of conclusion in my report. It are you. Are you kind of along the same lines as me. Would you have my insight inside of a law things kind of these awful stories. But yeah i i i think we combine these narratives together on ways of thinking. I think we came up with a solution that i think is accurate. The situation. yeah. I do as well and it will be really interesting to see what the view is. Think this if they've made it this far into the story And guys wanna say thank you for listening and as always you can head over to. What the flip podcast dot com to get access to all of our exclusive content from videos news updates show notes on our episodes waste interactive us waking suggest topics. Ask questions and more and yeah. We'll that's been a i. Guess another case solved. I think we've hit on that. Nylon ahead i was a bit worried. hoffy fruits. I wasn't sure who's gonna. She sold it because it just seems all over the place. But i think we've we did it. I think we did today. I move along stories long. Saga by think we crack the casing. Lead slowly the aclu slowly unraveled themselves. And that's why you need to listen to the full story in the take your in. Yeah but with that. I've been attics. i've been will out peace..

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"aclu" Discussed on ACLU Civil Liberties Minute

ACLU Civil Liberties Minute

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"aclu" Discussed on ACLU Civil Liberties Minute

"Can we agree that the north won the civil war. I'm literally ledbetter and this is a civil liberties minute with aclu attorney bail newman. And while we're on common ground. Can we also agree that the union was saved. That lincoln issued the emancipation proclamation. That slavery was a horrifying institution and that we shouldn't venerate historical figures. Who lives to perpetuate assistant that treated human beings as less than human and as disposable property throughout the south beginning about one hundred and thirty years ago. Statues were erected in public places to celebrate the confederacy as if it were a noble cause as if it had won the civil war in recent years some of those statues have been removed from public squares. One of the largest was a twenty one foot high likeness of confederate general robert e lee that stood atop granite pedestal. Twice that height in a major traffic circle in richmond. Virginia which was the capital of the confederacy. It was removed only in september. Twenty twenty one confederate war hero. Statues are a celebration of white supremacy. Sadly most of them still remain throughout the south. There are over seven hundred of these monuments. That's just wrong. Our public squares belong to everyone. They should be places where we celebrate democracy and freedom and equality and not civil war generals who fought to perpetuate slavery. They sell the liberties. Minute is made possible by the aclu because freedom can't protect itself..

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"aclu" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"aclu" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"That's exactly the problem that we're facing sake was Ask about this Movement in this direction because the president's going to speak later today on this up this object and we can't expect anything Beneficial and She said that They're planning some rules and regulations that will deal with this issue but they're going to direct it at The unvaccinated so it's not a principal at all is how to punish the unvaccinated two wars people to do what they're told and attias get the vaccination no matter how ineffectual how ineffective it is and You know of course spends a lot of time on that and what the history is all about. But this whole idea that the real enemy is the unvaccinated. is something that is going to be very difficult for them to To achieve. Because i think hopefully it's going to a lot more people and There's hintze already about well. You know the the medications Unit could be helpful to on monoclonal. Antibodies are very helpful. but they're talking about You know at one doctor. Cents is the fact that he's in his business and he's using all the time he he thinks that You know rationing has already come so can you imagine the power. If they're looking for more vaccinations at all of a sudden florida sure has had a lot of trouble because they are really open. to To using these antibodies and It's it's keeping people out of the hospital in the whole works but now they're gonna use rationing and the businessman will go along with adobe the enforcers and it will never be the government but No i think of government. If you're worried if it's difficult for you to blame the government just just say she and then you understand what's going on. We read earlier this morning. That supposedly biden is going to sign an executive order. We're all federal employees and contractors will have to be vaccinated. And there's going to be basically no opt outs. There's no way out of them. So basically working for the government or with the government is now going to carry a very steep price tag. You must allow this invasion of your body again if you don't want it In order to to have this job or to work with the government now from a perspective of liberty we desire smaller government there should not be millions and millions and millions of people that work for the government. there shouldn't be cronyism. We rail against it all the time about people who make their money On government overreach. But you don't shrink it like this. This is horrible. You don't threaten people You know with needles and put them in this type of position to make this type of decision you know. We may not like their jobs. But we stand for the sanctity of the individual i so no one should be threatening Anybody that works for the government or contractors whatever. No one deserves this type of treatment right and you know in clan in. His article spends a lot of time. talking about a previous article By the aclu and that was back when it had a much better reputation. But he's dealing with this. And i think he knows her something seriously wrong. But i don't think he can fully explain how this comes about and we're the pressures are and why they capitulated and why they over like this but he sites in detail an article the aclu wrote in two thousand eight and he quoted extensively and actually is a great article it should be published today. That should be their position but they they were saying almost everything we have said..

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"aclu" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"aclu" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Bleed we care deeply about civil liberties and civil rights for all which is precisely why we support vaccine. Bandaids and they write this down seriously of course Glenn said that this is orwellian. And that's being kind it's it's crazy enough stop but it really demonstrates what's going on You know i in the whole world today how they take it endorsed doors things. How they're justifying You know these mandates and ultimately i think the theme of what he has and we're going to have a couple of other mentions of the movement that what is alive and well and why they're becoming more aggressive and getting this american civil liberties on their side is i think they're they are obsessed and determined that they will have a vaccine Passport and More and more regulations coming and And they always couch it in the words that say oh yes but The federal government doesn't have any authority to make you do things or make you wear a math but they have power and clout and influence. And that's why they're able to control the business people. The business people go along and they become the policeman and they enforce all these rules and regulations and restraints On lockdown and. It's it's an effort that i think that Unfortunately the people are going to suffer from our local paper today said well one of our major school districts because by put the mask back on again you know this variant is very very badly and they don't have any any science or facts to back this up so i find this article very important. People should read it if he can get. Hold of this but chris. I'm sure if you've looked at this article. It's stunning dr. Paul you know the aclu said far from compromising them vaccine mandates actually further sir civil liberties. So it's not even neutral. This is a plus. This is a bonus for your civil liberties. of course. It's absolutely ridiculous forcing injections into anybody's body is not only a violation of civil liberties. It's criminal you know. We're talking about the basics of wall just as no one is allowed to invade your house. It's pull the home invasion without your consent so it is that no one can inject something into your body. That is an invasion of your body if you do not agree to it And the job of government is to protect from home invasion from bodily invasion. They're supposed to punish people that do these things you know and the aclu says now. This is not absolute it absolutely is absolute. Your body belongs to you. you do not rent it. You can correct your house from someone else that owns it. You don't let your body. Your body is yours and yours alone your entire life and we teach this to babies the principles of liberty once their once. They're able to understand. Don't take that that belongs to someone else. Don't hit him. You can't do that. That's an invasion of their body. So the aclu is absolutely completely wrong here very good..

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"aclu" Discussed on At Liberty

At Liberty

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"aclu" Discussed on At Liberty

"Is at liberty. I'm only kaplan your host. This week were diving into the at liberty archive and returning to a conversation with historian. Jill lepore we're on the brink of a once in a generation change. Congress is considering a plan to create a pathway to citizenship. For up to eight million people this september the aclu is urging congress to pass a reconciliation package which includes a path to citizenship for dreamers temporary protective status holders farm workers and other essential workers..

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"aclu" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"aclu" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Well i think that's another aspect of the initial initial consultation. Yeah then initial discussion. Where it's like it's all friendly. We're talking about the phillies. Yeah yeah why. Would you need a lawyer for that all right. I retract my statement. I get it now but you should stick to your original statement. No matter what like you have a right to counsel and there's no reason you should not invoke it. Your your punishment is not gonna be worse for asking a lawyer. Yeah you should open up. You sound like a one of those legal commercials call. Josh clark reminds me we should do and we should mention the aclu episode. That was a pretty go into this. Thing is just so many tangential podcasts. So the stopping denials..

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"aclu" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"aclu" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"How're you doing just fine. We generally talk to you about specific issues in the constitutionality thereof in. This case is a little bit different. We're kind of asking for a An educated An opinion i guess what do you what do you think about this. Yeah this one. There's some points in there about the artistry of racial tension in the country. But what they has to do with the second of them but is a particularly clear to me that was an their their provisions in the constitution. That you can criticise having been the product of compromises with slaveholding states. But that wasn't the second about that's about The notions that the framers had about what a what a good citizen was was cheerful and he was willing to serve his state and this country militia to be called up to active duty. If need be and that's not racial one way or another. That's just the way they sauces. Shut back out. So i mean i did. They do you think they did this to get conversations started. Well i think it's i think the yes. It's a rhetorical piece trying to stimulate debate on issues. That they think are a significant. Certainly they're always in our country or issues of racial. Justice are always something you have to be thinking about as you make policy make sure to be fair to everyone and i think they're trying to draw attention to some of the issues would see him. George floyd marches and that sort of thing where there are questions about interaction between the people who are armed and in other than than to beat up. People like george floyd what that has to do with the broader question of gun. Control the right to bear arms and all that. It's probably a step too far. It's just a little bit of the disconnected. And so that way it's sort of undercuts the strength of the argument to have made the overclaim that strong all right. You know it's It's it's so often the case that people are trying to people tried to Make modern points based on historical reference and very often out of context without really considering the history of the time. And i'm trying to do that with this thinking well when the when the constitution was adopted. i guess there was. There was slavery at the time but but the idea that That black people might be a threat by someday. Getting a hold of guns. I'm sure never crossed anybody's mind it. Just they're they're certainly things original constitution that are problematic in terms of race relations. For example three fifths compromise slave county just three fifths of a person for the accounting the house of representatives member stuff. That's problematic but the second amendment was just another amendment like due process or something it just wasn't pertinent to that debate and it was something they wanted to put in there as the way they saw Society ought to be structured that we moved forward a couple of hundred years. Now we have. Ar fifteen. we've always had our issues. It's always a trick to adapt the constitution facts that we have in front of us but it's It's just has an unusual history for an amendment. It's about voting or anything. it's about something else. But it's part of the way the framers seoul world back then but anyone can carry a gun. Today doesn't matter what your race color national i mean. Obviously i guess nationality if if you have a license were almost. That's the problem with this. Argument is one of the amendments says. Congress can't government can't and so if it can't make this person of deny them the right to bear arms. I can't do it. any other. Person applies across the board to everyone. So sort of by its nature. It's harder to tag. That kind of amendment is having some sort of racial animus when by space. It's you know really is one-size-fits-all just something. Government cannot do anyone while certainly inflammatory. The aclu actually had a commentary endorsed a commentary By ns santos a communications intern and the quest. The piece was headlined. Do black americans have the right to bear arms. Well yes for an answer. You know some kinda get stuck in these things. You just can't get out. It's like it doesn't guarantee your right to have a weapon or have a firearm. If you can't afford one or what have you. That's that's that's the problem but that's true of many other things in our society. That's that's not the constitution but are to a free market and free economy and that sort of thing is another part big part of how we structure our society so again that that may be taking it a little bit too far. They're legit points in there about how we all get along with each other. But not everything in. This world is a constitutional issue and this may have brought the constitution where it isn't really getting along the lines. Of course everything in this world is about racism now. I'm being facetious times touchy times. Sure all right. Thank you so much. David we appreciate it here. Happy to help out by by appreciate your your common educated Help there david cole. Thinker hearst and swagman a social justice group has said it sent a letter to white democrats in two wealthy dallas neighborhoods calling on them to pledge. Their children will not apply to ivy league schools so that black students can get a spot instead. Group is called dallas justice now and it appears to have been set up recently and it's asking white supporters of black lives matter to commit to making sacrifices to correct centuries of injustice. Now they mail. They sent out these flyers to highland park and university park neighborhoods. Where ninety five percent of the residents are white ivy league schools in terms of The population have long been under represented by black students at harvard and princeton about six percent of total body student body your black according to the data usa and the data from the us census bureau says eighty eight percent of residents of university. Park are white. Just one and a half percent being black or african american groups specifically calling on white people to sign..

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"aclu" Discussed on ACLU Civil Liberties Minute

ACLU Civil Liberties Minute

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"aclu" Discussed on ACLU Civil Liberties Minute

"Do you know that. The united states has been deporting veterans who served honorably in the military. I'm bill newman. And this is the civil liberties. Minute illinois senator tammy duckworth who lost her legs and service for her country flying combat missions in iraq. A woman who clearly knows something about patriotism and sacrifice also knows that some women and men who have served honorably in the military in iraq and elsewhere had been undocumented and then after serving honorably in the military had been deported senator duckworth recently issued a report titled immigrant veterans deported by the nation. They sacrificed to defend the senators report. Cites the cases of ninety two vets deported between twenty thirteen and twenty eighteen. And she says the number could be much higher to the question with which we began this civil liberties minute. Did you know. Senator duckworth said in a recent interview with the new york times. People don't even know that we are deported. Veterans people assume that when they serve they gain american citizenship not so while there are executive orders laws and policies that can give veterans their status. These rules are often not followed in some veterans learned that their paperwork is not an order only when they are being handed over to ice to the good. The biden administration has announced plans to provide medical and other support for deported veterans. To try to return some eligible veterans. Who have been deported. But as the senator points out it is still critical it. Congress changed the laws that allow these injustices to happen. The civil liberties minute is made possible by the aclu because freedom can't protect itself..

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"aclu" Discussed on ACLU Civil Liberties Minute

ACLU Civil Liberties Minute

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"aclu" Discussed on ACLU Civil Liberties Minute

"Rebel high from greece is back in the news. Listen up this matters. I'm lewis black and this is the civil liberties minute with. Aco you attorney. Bill newman the high school. There were dell high of greece. Famous modeled on is radnor. High in pennsylvania where a battle has been raging on whether to keep the schools mascot a native american warrior known as the radnor. Red raider complicating this debate. Is that this. Mascot was adopted in the nineteen sixties to honor a beloved coach at the school. Who was a chief of the oneida tribe and read was intended only to refer to the school's colors to distinguish radnor from an opponent. The green raiders. The granddaughter of the beloved coach entered the fray. She expressed the families quote deep conviction that using native american imagery along with the name. Readers perpetuates racial stereotypes. That should no longer be used anywhere but particularly not in an educational setting she disavowed. The monica raiders. That quote perpetuates a negative stereotype. That simply is no longer acceptable. The school board voted nine to zero to remove all the native imagery in eight to one to stop using the raider name and then the students voted and radnor high teens will henceforth be called the raptors congratulations to the school board. The community and the students have radnor high go raptors. The civil liberties really is made possible by the american civil liberties union because freedom can't defend itself..

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"aclu" Discussed on Just Between Us

Just Between Us

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"aclu" Discussed on Just Between Us

"I am going to personally on every single one of you when you know. When something bad happens on occasions they ll turn the i a lot. You base eric. Norring their doctors in st they're banning the middle pandemic and it is deeply troubling. And unfortunately you know looks like maybe something that comes at trend but hopefully able talkative for thank you so much for being here. Can you tell everyone where to find out more about you. Where to hear your updates in your fun headband. Where people can find out more about you and about your work yet. I want twitter instagram at chase strand. Gio i try to do updates about law on instagram twitter I also work so at is on on twitter and You underscoring nationwide as some random person at aclu on instagram out. There yeah and then you know. I think in terms of like places to look for to drive resources. I've been really focused on driving resources of the trans justice funding project as distribute money out to transplant organisation cross country so that we can get resources into the groups that are doing the work on a lot of these states that are targeted by these bills. Thank you so much for being here. Thirty me happy. Pride off there. That discussion much runs. Stick around after the break. We playing brand's new game show. Oh i love gravity blanket. I love to feel smushed while. I'm sleeping for some reason. It really makes me calm down. I don't know it's probably biological or evolutionary but a weighted blanket just is it takes me next level gravity blanket. It's like luxury and sleep is so important to my mood. So if i don't get good sleep. I am cranky so finding something that actually helps me. Sleep is huge. Gravity blanket is the top rated weighted blanket. That helps you fall asleep. Faster stay asleep longer. 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"aclu" Discussed on Just Between Us

Just Between Us

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"aclu" Discussed on Just Between Us

"I have it written down here. He is brilliant and has truly done it all. Hello thank you. You're so amazed that you even had time to join us this morning. Busy busy i was like oh. I didn't shower or change but here i have. We made it. The headband is iconic. Because it's like in all your updates that you do on it about what's going on legally. I'm here in my headband. To tell you about the law is i. I just gonna stay extra queer. Let's just be clear and we're gonna talk about the law so here we are still in the same bed banned from yesterday's update so i think most people probably know but this year has been horrible in terms of how many states are trying to pass laws. That are anti trans. That are against trans kids. Can you sort of take us through like why we're seeing this like surgeons in in these types of laws. Yes i can So yes so. Just to give overview there have been i would say around over one hundred and twenty bills introduced around the country targeting trans young people in particular majority and bama focused on trans kids from sports particularly transfer holes from girls for its healthcare for trans miners and unfortunately it was somewhat of catastrophic legislative session. Probably around fourteen of these bills ended up becoming law. Some states are still in session. So there's some possibility of more. And i mean i think we could look back like fifty years and trace their as we five years. I mean i think in some ways it's just the continuation of the same moralistic ganic about clearness and anything. That diverges from the sort of white christian heterosexual nuclear family like bryant volition. Topley like there's a long history here. And then i think in particular looking at the targeting of trans equal is very much like a backlash to marriage of allegations. Fifteen zanjani sixteen all the bathroom bills and then building up to where we are in twenty twenty one i think in some ways it was a response to the failure of the bathroom bills to really move and our success in for the ballot and then there was a real habit from our parents and real escalation. Globally anti trans rhetoric anti Money for anti transport. And then i think for twenty twenty one. What we're seeing is sort of like a lot of things like backlash to marriage back lasted. It's been court's decision from last summer in pasta clarifying civil rights protections biology geeky cube people and then also backlash to the election of president by And then sort of continued shift to the right particularly in state legislatures Ns sort of organizing principle for far-right government officials to try to mobilize airbase leading up to the two thousand twenty two midterms and now in the situation where the volume is so high but also the conversation is so cruel and so it's really just reached this point where we have to put in a lot more effort harvey sources because we're at really depressing sorta pivotal moment. Is it a coordinated effort like that. All of this is happening at once. It is in many ways. I mean i think we can look at their definitely some central groups that are finding it and organizing it alliance defending freedom heritage foundation. It's possible that you the right lane. Legislative group allen is involved but ab app is really In heritage are leading a lot of day. There's this coalition. they formed other groups. If you call the promise to america's children which is exceedingly rose but galleys bella. Language protecting women and children is used to do so much. Damage website is horrendous. Get it has is like ten point of basically. It's like how to protect america's children by killing transpeople in summary which is sailing jets. But it's but it's actually their goal in many ways than and they draft. A lot of the bills are very much involved in all negation. I mean i spent so much of my time reading. Aps breeze than and being subject to their thinking like may brain. Is it works and you know sad. What are the misconceptions that they're working with in terms of let's say transcripts in in healthcare yet i mean so there's so many in. I think with the transcripts in health care. This was like really took off the last two years where we have this discourse that blew up again largely starting in the uk where as joe is accuser being pushed into being trans through this notion of viral social contagion the internet and then having unlimited access to healthcare like. Wow that is not a world we live because nobody has access to healthcare and especially gender. Affirming health care So it's not like completely overblown rhetoric about what's happening And you know there's a lot of language to that incredibly paternalistic particularly about trans masculine people. This idea we've heard a lot about the disappearing lesbian for example. Which has everything to do with. If it's incredibly misogynistic discourse that takes away people's agency to know we are and the idea is well kids go online and learn about chance they become trans and then they like walk into the pharmacy and mike have surgery at age eleven. Which of course is completely ridiculous. Nope not happening and and any idea that somehow the pressure to be transit stronger than the pressure to be. This is just patently. Absurd right like we're living in a world that tells us we have to be. We're living in a world best signs the sex at birth every message we received basically from birth on is that we have that ways of being based on that and then yet somehow they've ruled this conversation that that there's there's like a trans lobby that's a line with a pharmaceutical company which companies which is like completely bazaar because we weren't accessing healthcare. This is healthcare. That was no one can receive. It's only provided. When parents are consenting doctors are recommending it would be bought access to health insurance starting incredibly conservative in terms of how it's administered and very much out of reach for a great majority of people recommended by medical association and then you have lawmakers coming in and being like is the greatest social experiment since the nazis near like editor beyond. And so that. I think is getting this over own rhetoric that were. We're dealing with an reading the while break when i was waiting to come on. I'm writing this brief in our one of our cases in arkansas States defense defensive their law and it is just so much about fear mongering about the idea that you know we could allow for people to determine who they are and how threatening people never want to. Can you talk a little bit about like what that healthcare actually involves. Yeah 'cause that's also something that's really misunderstood and our opponents are really good at weaponising people's lack of information to fill in the gaps and like the most terrifying ways they know how so generally when we're talking about trans young people in accessing medical care. I we're only talking about kids once they beach so before puberty when you're.

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"aclu" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"aclu" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

"I don't. I don't disagree that it's probably right that it's that that that we are probably being accurately descriptive of what the law can do. But that that's the only way this is but that's very well but you're not giving me a fair opportunity to respond and to respond. Not only in a defensive. The aco you've historic position and the historic position by the way of the entire civil rights movement and racial justice organizations and human rights advocates around the world because the alternative of going back to the pre Emergency standard when government did have more latitude and in other countries. It's still has more latitude to per to prevent and punish speech that it is not proposing such a direct emergency that gives the government too much discretion and that discretion predictably is used over and over and over again to silence. The voices of those you and i would consider to be on the right side of justice and we are not talking only about history one of the aclu clients. Today is derailed mckesson a national leader of the black lives matter movement who is being prosecuted and civilly sued for his civilly sued for a speech that he gave Advocating black lives matter denouncing police violence and police killing and that has been attacked as hate speech we know that government officials have attacked it as hate speech law enforcement and intelligence officials have attacked it as terrorist speech. There was a loss it that succeeded and lower courts trying to hold him and therefore the blm movement personally culpable because at one rally where he was speaking an anonymous person through some kind of brick and injured a police officers so they are being accused of having violated the brandenburg standard. And we know that critics of beal and other protesters are charging them With having instigated the assassination of police officers so if you want to loosen the standards and give the government more power to punish speech because of an indirect potential connection it might have to violence then mark my words. It is going to be precisely those who lack political power including advocates for racial justice pipeline. Protesters we've seen it all over the country we've seen the laws that have swept across this country seeking to punish protesters who are protesting the status quo. That's where the power balance lies. And that's why free speech is especially essential to the racial and social justice causes that the aclu is also fighting for league. Go ahead and respond to their professor. I of course am saying that people liked array deserve a defense i am. I am a forest advocating for arrays position. I think what's happening to him as wrong. And i'm glad the aclu is defending him. The question though on the table is whether or not the aclu has to defend everybody right like see the problem here. Is that the the nazi's fascist and the people that we're talking about. They're not hard for lawyers. All right josh hawley. Has lloyd agree. He can go he can go to. Vanessa wants to jones. Day can go defend the nazis if they want to. The nazis have warriors on their side. So why is it then. Why is it. Incumbent upon the aclu may nonprofit mission driven organization that gets funding from donations. From people like me. Why is it incumbent. On the aclu to be the ones defending the clan and the nazis and all the awful people..

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"aclu" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"aclu" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

"Case. Are you saying you're you're. You're drawing a distinction. I'll let me get in on this in a minute. The distinction you're drawing just so it's clear for the listeners. If i have you write is people should be able to go into public intergroup and say i think we should kill jews and black people. That's okay saying let's go kill jews and black people right now is the only thing that's not okay. Is that an exaggeration. The only thing. That's not okay. Brian odd because the supreme court has recognised other exceptions to free speech and again the over arching principle that the supreme court enforces is It's usually call the emergency. Principal speech may be restricted when it directly imminently threatens or causes certain specific serious harm. And there's no other way to prevent that harm now in charlottesville. The tragedy was not the the speech couldn't have been more odious. The tragedy asks documented by a non partisan report that was commissioned by the city council. After the fact was that there was inadequate law enforcement at every level there was failure to adequately staff failure to communicate. We're heather higher and the other Demonstrators were mowed down. There wasn't a single police officer around that failure. Eleonore style back in on this e. Go ahead would it need that law enforcement. You wouldn't need or ops. You wouldn't need more police if you weren't having out here. Advocating for the death of minorities look if the brandenburg standard if the if the current supreme court standard where draws the line between speech and incitements of violence if that was a good standard if that was working as intended then donald trump and josh hawley and mo brooks would be in jail now. They're not they're not in jail right now because where we decided to draw the line between speech and incitement is wrong. It's not helpful. It's not working so no. I don't agree with the aclu standard. I don't agree with the supreme court standard of where we've drawn the line between incitement and speech. And i think again when we talk about the aclu's commitment and need. I agreed that we must have been speech. But when we talk about their need to defend nazis to defend wipe domestic terrorists loans. That what we are talking about is not speech. It is violence and we have to do a better job and we are capable of distinguishing between of distinguishing between speech and violence. It's not near it doesn't have to be this absolutist thing we're like everything you say except for like eight magic words is okay no we can do a better job we can have more nuance in this argument ellie. How do you respond to the argument that almost any censorious attitude affects less powerful minority groups in the long run. Even if policies restricting speech were meant to protect them short. i mean. that's not. that's not wrong. I understand that most of the time that people empower not going to be on my side. I i i accept that as a fact of life but what i reject. Is this again notion from free. Absolutists that the only way to protect me is to defend the people who would try to kill right. That is that is one of the white standards that we have in this country that somehow the only way to protect the speech rights of minorities and underrepresented groups is to is to zealously to the last defend this speech rights of the powerful majority. Who wishes to do harm. The difference the suggestion that we cannot tell the difference between protests for an extension of justice and equality versus rallies in favor of a white s. No state the the notion that the law is so myopic that it can't tell the difference is offensive to me..

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"aclu" Discussed on Blocked and Reported

Blocked and Reported

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"aclu" Discussed on Blocked and Reported

"There's a kind of like a semi official political discussion sub. Reddit called the motte. The ammo t t and The unofficial semi-official podcasts called the bailey. It's a it's a place where you can have civil discussion with variety of viewpoints. Which is kind of like my own pet project and it's basically like a higher. I q much more boring version of blocked and reported. Now how could that even be possible. If you wanna recommendations for like a good introduction the las episode onto arms and ahead is a good one and maybe the banality of cat girls which is on super stimuli. If you're interested in not the other thing you can do is go on a crime spree in and around the pacific northwest. And maybe i'll be assigned your attorney. One can only be so lucky. We will put links to that in the show notes and thank you so much. My anarchist brother coming on the show. It's been a pleasure. Thank you for autoimmune. I just what you think. Seen he is such an interesting guy and he comes across as a good guy. I want to get a beer with him. If he's a drinker just very thoughtful and able to. I think it's hard to like have tribal allegiances which he clearly does well. At least he did with with john. Brown did well also like you know he he takes andy know as a flawed human being outta some caricature thoroughly decent guy and he just has. His background is really interesting like an aclu lawyer. A defense attorney who also has been part of this militant leftist group. I really enjoy. He super smart..

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