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Fresh update on "alito" discussed on Connecticut Sports Guys
"It just seemed like every time that there was a design pass play he was either running for his wife or getting thrown to the turf. Did you notice that? Yeah totally I mean it was not a it put it. This Way Baltimore do not your Real Baltimore TV show last night it wasn't just about Lamar Jackson. They did not do anything they like on us we would. You would've thought. You'd see some spectacular adjustments. After halftime didn't they got a little bit close by was like never felt like they were really danger. One one one scenario like you talked about Hollywood Brown and with the injuries not billing those passes. That was that was the signature moment when they get turned the game around otherwise that Kansas City seemed in full control all night. Yeah I agree I agree and it was it could have been a different story you know when they Scored, the half and then they stopped them on fourth down and then they were you know twenty seven twenty and they were driving and You know they they got denied and then you know the next time down, they give up a touchdown. So then it's thirty four to twenty and they come down and are about to score again and they you know they settle. try and settle for a field goal instead of going for the touch or they tried to get a touchdown instead of kicking the field go I would have kicked a field go there and get some points I know that you got to score touchdowns to beat the chiefs I understand that but if you're so if you have the ravens defense behind you in your so. Proud of your, you know stingy defense why not? Why not lean on him and have him come up big for you and kicking get some points and then stop them for once but they just couldn't stop him all night long. And Right now, it looks like Kansas City's pretty much. Well we'll see they played New England this week I don't know what we'll see against New England The Ravens got the Washington. DC. I. Know we're going to go more into that later on in the in the second hour because we're GONNA do mostly football after we turn the corner at eight o'clock and I know you got some stuff is Wayne Askins as well but I wanna to just so you can get out of the way Major League Baseball started their playoffs today I'll tell you one thing outside of opening day. The. Start of the playoffs have always been my favorite day in baseball because it's a new season and usually it's the best of the best thing other the pitching gets better is not so many four hour games Hopefully you know keep that way but couple upsets to open up this first of all Chicago about a great pitching performance from Lucas Di Alito, flirting with a no hitter for seven innings. I.
Fresh update on "alito" discussed on Ben Shapiro
"David Souter. Harry Blackmun, the author of Roe versus Wade. Every one of those were Republican appointees. And there's a pattern. There's a pattern between the two if you examine and it's not just that we're bad at it. It's not just we have bad luck. If you look at the justices who stayed faithful to their oaths who stayed stayed faithful of the Constitution. People like Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas, Sam Alito, My old boss, Chief Justice Rehnquist. All of them had a long proven record of standing up for conservative principles for the Constitution. Many of them it served in the executive branch and critically. I think this is the most important part. They've been excoriated. The press had pound them. They paid a price and they stood strong. On the other hand, when Republicans nominate a stealth candidate, someone who's never taken a stand on anything never been criticized. 100% of the time they turn into a disaster. And so that's really a path. I hope we learned from.
Fresh update on "alito" discussed on Michael Savage
"So let's look at the constituency of the Supreme Court. Let's assume that Amy Kuney Barrett is confirmed as she probably will be. It would be difficult to imagine a circumstance or she's not given the timeline and given the fact that she's already been vetted by the seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. It seems like the Republicans have the vote Eso With that happening. What do you suspect will happen on the court? Because obviously we've seen cases here where justice is Cavanaugh, Gorsuch and Roberts have taken sides that I think conservatives would would be sort of bewildered by. Do you think that the court really does move in a more sort of originalist direction? Or do you think that Cavanaugh and Robert's become a new sort of swing? A swing middle on the on the court. Both. I think there's no doubt that adding just a spirit to the court improves. The court makes it a more Constitutionalist court. But that being said, I'm worried about the nominations. Jon Roberts, who I've known for 25 years. He was a former clerk to Chief Justice Rehnquist, as was I, John Roberts has become the new Saturday O'Connor. He has galloped to the left. I think personally, he loathes President Trump it would it would be difficult. To find two people more antithetical than Donald Trump and John Roberts. And I'm concerned about Cavanaugh and Gorsuch. Um, the last book, the last chapter in the book, one Vote away. Ah, I assess the question of Supreme Court nominations and And and and I examined a history of spring Court nominations going back to Dwight D. Eisenhower to the president. And and the pattern as you know. Democrats almost always get this right. They they're nearly 100%. Virtually every one of their nominees votes exactly as they would want them to, and almost every single case. Republicans are terrible at this. We we? We don't even bat 500%. We don't need about 500 rather, um, many of the worst judicial activists Very warm. Bill Brennan, John Paul Stevens, David Souter. Harry Blackmun, the author of Roe versus Wade. Every one of those were Republican appointees. And there's a pattern. There's a pattern between the two if you examine and it's not just that we're bad at it. It's not just we have bad luck. If you look at the justices who stayed faithful to their oaths who stayed stayed faithful of the Constitution. People like Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas, Sam Alito, My old boss, Chief Justice Rehnquist. All of them had a long proven record of standing up for conservative principles for the Constitution. Many of them it served in the executive branch and critically. I think this is the most important part. They've.
Fresh update on "alito" discussed on Ben Shapiro
"Fax citizens United is a small, nonprofit organization. That made a movie critical of Hillary Clinton. And the Obama administration went after them and wanted to find them for daring to criticize Hillary Clinton and the case went all the way to the Supreme Court. There was a moment at the argument that was really chilly. We're just a Sam Alito asked, the lawyer for the Obama Department of Justice said. Under your view of the case, does the federal government have the power to ban books to ban books if they criticized politicians and the Obama? DOJ said? Yes. Yes, we have the power to ban books. Citizens united was 54. Thankfully, the majority of the court rejected that radical view. But four justices would have readily given the federal government the power to ban movies to ban books that have the power to punish you and me for speaking out criticizing politicians. And both Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden have pledged to nominate justices who would overturn citizens United and give the federal government the power to silence the citizenry. That is incredibly dangerous. So far, at least, the court has barely held on, but we're one vote away from losing that right. We'll get back to that with Senator Ted Cruz in just a second. But first, if you've got a medical problem, why wouldn't you get itself? Why did you sit around and just wait on that? Well, sometimes you don't get itself because you're embarrassed about it. Erectile dysfunction could be something embarrassing to talk about that. You should get it solved. 52% of dudes experience E. D. At some point..
Fresh update on "alito" discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"I think what will happen Is that the Supreme Court will never explicitly overturn it. What they will do is they will. Gut It. Through other legislation or through other other legal interpretation and through other judicial opinions. They'll come for Casey the Casey opinion I think is probably going to be undermined. The case will. I don't think John Roberts is willing to be even the six vote on the Supreme Court to overturn it and I don't think Brett cavenaugh is willing to be the fifth vote. So that gives you Amy Coney Barrett and Sam Alito and Clarence Thomas and maybe neal Gorsuch as the votes to overrule Roe v Wade. And I don't know the gorsuch would I think gorsuch will take a too clever by half approach where he will gut Roe v Wade without explicitly ruling it. Now, the minority in all the court, the the four liberals are the court will complain and Moan and Bellyache can say it effectively repeals it but he's not actually going to do it. I think all of this matters because we're about to hear major hysteria from the left on Amy Coney Barrett. We're already getting that on the late night comedy shows that are no longer comedy. You heard the president by the way talk about that. The other day we have Notice some comments made in the media about my? Incredibly qualified nominee amy. The New York Times said, our religion is not consistent with American values. She's Catholic. It covers a lot of people that's very disgraceful thing to say some of the COMEDIANS. Comedians because community is supposed to be funny. They're not funny like at all. The nasty that mean and they think they're funny. And some day. Hopefully, it's in five years but some day when I'm not here, they're going to be off. Television because their ratings which aren't very good anyway but their ratings are going to go down like you've never seen before. That includes a lot of others also. Yeah, I look first of all can I just say the sad stays the the overnight comedy shows it's it's kind of ridiculous. They really are not funny people. They really aren't and the President I think is right on that and they are taken all sorts of shots, Amy Barrett and they are convinced they are convinced that bear it will gut Roe versus Wade and I don't think she actually will. But even if she did, what.
Chicago White Sox clinch winning season, plus current playoff field
"Turn your head because I certainly did over the past couple of days maybe I got washed up at a bit of college football, the NFL return and but I didn't realize the Chicago White Sox. We're now in first place in the American league central after going eight and two in their last ten games they are. Let's see a game up on the Minnesota twins who have figured things out and are now in second place in that. Leaves the Cleveland Indians losers of six straight all the way down to third place at twenty and twenty one and four and a half games out. So so the Indians have gone from first place in the division arguably the team to beat in the American League two. Now, a wildcard team outside of the top two in the division and four and a half games out just that quickly I mean, don't you know six in a row and when the white sox are winning four that's at least. Four Games in the last four days and with a deficit of four and a half, it's gone from a half a game to four and a half year. By the time Friday rolled around you have the Detroit Tigers at twenty and twenty six, and then the Kansas City royals at twenty and twenty eight. Neither of them are atrocious baseball teams, which honestly is a bit better than I had anticipated for both of them but neither of them are going to be infecting the playoff picture with their presence. Where do we go here? The Chicago White SOx thirty and sixteen winners of four, straight eight and two in their last ten they swept the Tigers this past weekend. Let's take a look at their scheduled down the stretch here. See who they have coming up. They have four with the Minnesota twins who I just spoke about being a game back. So this'll be a fantastic series between the white. SOX and the twins it'll be in Minnesota Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday some fantastic pitching matchups in those. Then they travel to Cincinnati to Cleveland and retell her for return home ver-. CHICAGO. So the white sox tough schedule down the stretch with clubs over five hundred and then the reds mixed in there. So we'll see if they can continue to play quality baseball they continue to be led by Jose Abreu. He's crushing the Baseball fifteen home runs. Forty eight RB is Tim Anderson is currently your Major League leader. In batting average, he'd be your batting champion at three, sixty two. If he qualifies in Thirty six games, one, hundred, fifty, two are bats I think he has just qualified fine when it comes to that statistic on the pitching side of things Lucas g Alito. Continues to pitch well, Dallas Kaikal not a lot of people talking about it but six in two two, one, nine era talk about a successful year Then you got mad foster coming out of the bullpen with a one three, one era so Chicago a well rounded team they were my surprise bic in the American league at least they got the memo because. My Cincinnati reds on the other side will get to them but they still haven't figured things out sell but hey, one or two in regards to surprise picks. So the summer I'll take that absolutely. Did I think they'd be a first place team I didn't think the white sox will be a first place team but I certainly thought they were good enough to. Make the wild card and make the playoffs. Now we're talking standard one, sixty, two, five teams but yeah, certainly a pleasant surprise on the south side of the windy city.
Apple apologizes to WordPress
"I'm rich drop. Alito. These are the headlines for the week that was. Where I founder met Muller Wake tweeted that updates to the wordpress IOS APPs have been stopped by apple until the APP agreed to support in-app purchases for dot com plans even though the wordpress apt did not sell anything as the update. Apple requires in-app purchases whenever APPs allow users to access content subscriptions or features they have acquired in your app other platforms or website on Sunday apple issued a statement saying wordpress would not be
The movie of the year is here: Boys State
"Sean Fantasy. And this is the big picture conversation show but the best movie I've seen in twenty twenty. That movie is called boy state. What is boy state? Well, it's a documentary. It is now available on Apple TV plus and I thought it would be appropriate for us to just talk about this film which I think is fascinating and incredible document of life in twenty twenty in many ways. Specifically, the way that we engage with our political system Amanda I wanted to talk to you about it because I know that you like the. Film as well. We're GONNA. Talk a bit about what boy state is the institution, and also what this movie isn't how it captures it but what did you make of it off the top see you saw this movie at Sundance as did our colleague Noam Away and you both raved about it and I didn't get to see that sundance so I caught up with it about six months later with all of the expectation that goes along with you guys being this is the best we've ever seen I was wrapped. This is A. Very documentary that is about each. Summer Camp Robert Graham, and we'll explain the program a bit more. It's Kinda complex. I still have some questions about how boy state the Summer Camp Program works but whatever. And I was just completely in Michigan. It's one of those documentaries where you're like I can't believe you got this on tape and also I can't believe that you've got this on tape and also it speaks so profoundly to the moment in which I'm watching it even though it was filmed during the summer of two, thousand and eighteen. Yell leader in this episode, and you can hear a conversation with me and Amanda mcbain and Jesse Moss the filmmakers behind the movie and they explained a bit about how they captured what you're describing, and there are several moments in this movie that will make you say this is must be scripted. This can't be real. I mean in many ways it seems. Like archetypal narrative, dramatic movie making, but it is very real and boy state. The institution is very real. So what is boy state? It's it is as you say, it's a sort of a summer camp. It's a, it's a summer leadership program I assume you as a as a high achieving young person. You must have been a part of some some programs. Like this I get sent to Arts Camp I. Never did the Politics Camp I did have to go to girl scout camp once even though it wasn't a girl Scout, but this is sponsored by the American Legion and I only really interacted with the American Legion. In that. Sometimes, we had our middle school dances at an American Legion clubhouse. Okay. So the American Legion does sponsor this program they nominate High. School Juniors and they come in the interview and they talk about their idea of the country and patriotism and the idea of public service that means to them, and it's essentially a training program for politicos aspiring Politicos, and that's a fascinating thing growing up I went to basketball camp. I was an aspiring. Professional Basketball player unfortunately I am incredibly slow and can't jump and can't shoot. So that's that was never going to happen for me, and for some people at boys anger, there is a girl state as well. We should say that you know in in most states in this country, they offer this program. There are a lot of people who aspire to kind of public service or at least to get a a sort of a sense of civic duty, which is not necessarily the same thing as public service. And this has been happening since nineteen, thirty seven. And the. There is a long list of famous and accomplished alumni in boys and girls stayed more specifically boy stated won't probably won't surprise people to hear. Just a shortlist of incredibly well known people who participated in this program includes Bill Clinton Dick Cheney. Justice Samuel Alito James Gandolfini my boy. Roger Ebert. Michael Jordan. Tom Cotton. Rush Limbaugh Cory Booker. So you know luminaries or lowlights depending on your point of view of the world. This is quite a quite a list of people there and the program itself is kind of interesting. So essentially, I, feel like we're talking around specifically what it does, but the programs vary by state but in Texas where this movie takes place participants are divided into two groups. The federal and the nationalist and what are the what are these two groups have to do and and how does that set up the Phil Do a lot of things but the film follows the political campaign aspect of boy state and boy state is a week long program in Texas and kind of the climactic event is an election for governor of the state, the boys state of Texas. So these two parties, the federalists in the nationalist, which by the way just already casts a quite a shadow over the whole. The. The documentary because they really they adopt these names as teams, and so they're yelling about being federalists and nationalists and anyway. At they elect. Party chairman's they they kind of do a platform that we should talk about the platform they have primaries and they each eventually select one nominee for the governor's race, and then at the end, there is election and one governor emerges. So you know approximately eleven hundred boys participate in this process, and that means that out of large groups. One two three people have to merge and the reason that this movie happened and the reason that Jesse and Amanda sought to identify a handful of people who'd be significant to the process in the given year that they were shooting is because in two thousand, seventeen Texas boys state legislature voted to secede from the Union and that if that doesn't some American politics in the trump era I don't I don't know what does the fact that it was your teenagers decided they needed to succeed from a program which is already imaginary. Is Perfect, we should note that two thousand seventeen was when the state legislature of Texas successfully voted to see from union. It is apparently a emotion that came up for several years but this time both bodies ratified this action, and of course, that is a an ongoing dialogue in the state of Texas. In the true American experience you know there are many Texans who would like to not be a part of this country maybe not many there but there are certainly some we know that that's the session is an ongoing conversation in some states. Around the country. So the point is, is that boy stayed in many ways reflect the political system or does it? It's I think the nature or nurture question here is essential to this movie and what makes it so fascinating and even when I talk to Amanda and Jesse I, think that they were unwilling to put their thumb on the scale to say what were they felt it lived or died but as I said, this movie is just exceptional and
Supreme Court Allows Rhode Island To Make Voting By Mail Easier Amid Pandemic
"In a legal fight between Rhode Island and the Republican National Committee over whether the state can allow Since the vote by mail without having to witnesses or a notary observed them. The state had argued to suspend the witness requirement because of the pandemic in the court argued that the requirements were not opposed by state officials, and that they maintain the status quo. Given that similar rules were used in June, legal analyst Jonathan Turley says this may be an indication of what's to come. This in many ways is the residual effect of the Bush v. Gore decision. The Supreme Court suffered greatly in the view of Public when it effectively determined the election in 2000. There's an obvious reluctance of the majority of the cord to be dragged into another electoral fight. The order was unsigned. Justices Clarence Thomas Thomas, Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch said they would have granted Republicans request to keep the witness requirements in effect, some major news from the
Heavy-hitting Indians, Chicago White Sox get 1st look at one another
"We have the white sox at the Indians. This will be a fun one to watch here. In the AL central the Indians to and one the white sox one in to Chicago to. Continue to bounce back. That offense continues to rake now going to Cleveland with that pitching. You Got Cease Versus Volley on Monday and then Tuesday match up. Let's see here. We Have Ron Stone versus police act and then Wednesday getting back to the ACIS on this matchup go with G., Alito and Bieber. We'll see if Bieber can repeat his performance with fourteen K's in six innings
Supreme Court Issues Key Rulings on Trump's Finances
"On the final day of its term, the Supreme Court issued two highly anticipated rulings involving president trump's financial records. One decision clears the way for Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance to potentially view the president's taxes. The other was a mixed decision involving congressional efforts to obtain the president's personal financial documents both were sent back to lower courts for further consideration. Joining me now with more details is our legal affairs reporter Brent Kendall. So rent. The court rejected the president's efforts to block New York subpoena seeking his tax records, but issued a mixed ruling in a related case involving subpoenas from House Democrats. Can you tell us more about these rulings? And why in the congressional case? It was a mixed ruling. On the congressional case we'll start there that the court made pretty clear that it was not at all satisfied with either president trump's position. which the court said would really neuter Congress and make it harder for the legislative branch to do investigation while also being equally dissatisfied with Congress's position here and said look. Lawmakers you're under the belief that you can just get almost anything you want under the Sun, and the the you know, the president here is different. This is about his personal papers, and we really do need to give more scrutiny here to make sure that these requests are targeted and limited and these. Don't harass the president or become a really burdensome on him in some ways that case ended up as kind of a draw, and we will have significant further lower proceedings, and it's. It's hard to know at this point at the end of the day whether Congress is going to get. Any some all of these records that it is seeking the one thing we do know. It's extremely unlikely that they're going to get any of them before the election in November The vans case with a lot clearer and a lot. More of a straight forward and fairly sweeping loss for the president who argued that he was absolutely immune from having his financial information, disclosed or turned over to state prosecutors Wyle. He was in office, and the court flatly rejected that claim and basically sided with newer prosecutors and all their basic. That case isn't completely resolved. either. The president still potentially has more arguments. He can make against the subpoenas which he will certainly try to do in the lower courts, but it did remove a big roadblock for prosecutors in Manhattan who are examining whether President, trump or people close to him violated any state record keeping laws. So these separate cases, both came down and seven to two votes, and the president's appointees neal gorsuch and bright cavanaugh were in the majority. What do you make of that breakdown? While I mean it's a pretty remarkable thing and most of the big cases here right at the end of the term, the chief justice avoided five four rulings, and so for example we had some big religious freedom cases that were issued on Wednesday and have been the kinds of cases in the past. We're liberal justices, all descended and they're. The just got to the Liberals to join with the Conservatives, and what is was a pair of fairly conservative rulings in favor of religious institutions, and then flipping things around today we had the chief justice in the four liberal justices, and the chief was also bring along justices, neal gorsuch and Brett Cavanaugh, who are both trump appointees and to the majority in both of these rulings, those two didn't agree on all the same reasoning, but joined the outcomes. We ended up out of the nine justices with only two dissenters justices clarence. Thomas Samuel Alito. Tell us more about what happens next. For these two cases, what questions are now left for the lower courts? especially as we're looking ahead to the November election, even if these issues won't be resolved by then. There are a lot more issues for the lower courts in the congressional cases, basically because the Supreme Court crafted a whole new set of standards, the judges should now look out for these kinds of disputes. I mean the disputes. Themselves are pretty rare, normally congress and the White House work out their differences when Congress wants to have people testify when they want information. But now the court is basically said you lower chords take these new standards. We've articulated that we think will provide some protections to the president as well as some protections to Congress and sort out who's got the better argument here. That's going to take time. The New York case may take a little less time. The president still has some arguments available to him to contest the criminal subpoena here to his accountant's but they're more straightforward at. That courts can deal with more quickly, but even there it's going to take time, and even if he loses and the accountants turnover this information to Manhattan prosecutors. This comes in the context of a secret grand jury proceeding, and it will be many months, if ever, before details of of what prosecutors learn would become public. And the president quickly responded to these rulings on twitter. We are hearing responses. Continue to roll in. Tell me a little bit about your impressions of what he's been saying well, the president has been frustrated with a Supreme Court on several of its rulings, including one day invalidated his cancellation of the Dhaka and program and right after the ruling came out today, and he expressed clear frustration on twitter that this case would continue and express his views that this is sort of a political partisan prosecution that's designed to harass him, and he said that it was not fair to him or his administration. While the president was frustrated with the rulings today. Sivan's in New York. The prosecutor who is leading this investigation was thrilled and said this was a day really where the Supreme Court affirmed the rule of law that is applied to the president, just like everybody else. And he said now his team would get back to doing the business that had been doing of investigating this case and proceeding as it had planned to proceed, while also knowing they're still future battles ahead against president trump and his lawyers as this probe continues. France it's been a busy few weeks as supreme. Court now heads into its recess. Any final thoughts that you're leaving with well. It was a really big momentous term, even though the court ended up hearing less cases than it had planned because of corona virus, but we had these major rulings today on presidential power. We've had blockbuster rulings on religious freedom on gay rights in the workplace on the DACA immigration case. A lot at the court has tackled, and so it will take at at least a little bit of a breather now while we all sort out what's on the horizon. Wall Street Journal. Legal, affairs reporter Brent Kendall Brent thank you so much for joining me sure. Thank thank you.
"alito" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Samuel Alito filed a dissent, saying that this would harm the presidency because it would allow state grand Juries and there are 2300 local district attorneys to the political dragnets on a president of a 7 to 2 ruling sends it back to District Court no clear path to a final resolution. Mr Trump has also gotten a win with the court, saying that Congress needs to do a better job of proving why lawmakers need those same records. CBS NEWS Special Report I'm Peter King, Joe Biden and Mike Pensar campaigning today in Pennsylvania. Pence will make stops and Lancaster, Melbourne and then Philadelphia, where he'll meet with police officers and their families. Biden plans to tour and speak at the metal works plant. Ian Dunmore in Northeast concerns voiced at a public hearing on proposed changes to Pittsburgh Citizens Police Review Board with that story, Katie Radios Joe to steal longtime activist in Stevens, who had the Black political empowerment project is worried that changes proposed by city Councilman Ricky Burgess would give the city to much, say and review board operations. Four of six people who testified last evening support Burgess's call for November referendum on the changes. He still wants to make sure police participate. If they don't participate, they could be terminated for simply not participating. Burgess is reportedly working out compromise legislation to get before council as soon as next week. Jodie Studio whose radio 10 20 Katy K. A woman was flown to a hospital after a single vehicle accident this morning in Unity Township, Westmoreland County. First responders were called around 7:30 a.m. After the car crashed into a tree and caught fire. The Tribune Review reports. It happened near the intersection of Marguerite and Anna Goodman roads. The driver was on the ground unresponsive. We have no word on her condition. More than 1.3 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week, slightly lower than economists expected. Weekly jobless claims have been dropping for 14 consecutive weeks. Continuing claims or dropping to the number of people getting unemployment checks is now 18 million. On Wall Street heparin, Tillerson says the Dow is down 406 points a 6 25,065 The NASDAQ use off 48 points. The S and P is down 36. In sports. It's the first doubleheader on the PGA Tour in 63 years..
Supreme Court throws out Louisiana abortion restrictions
"Been talking to Stephen Black professor at the University of Texas Law School about the decision today We're a divided Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law that opponents said would have left the state with only one abortion clinic. Chief Justice John Roberts provided the crucial vote during the court's liberal justices in a 5 to 4 majority. So Justice Stephen Breyer, who also wrote the majority opinion in the Texas Case, wrote the majority opinion here did he reiterated his reasoning in the Texas case, or did he just follow precedent? No American. I think a lot of the plurality of him by the prior was very much not just reiterating what he wrote for the majority four years ago in the home of health case, but also do not carefully trying to explain why that decision for your so should control the case. Why the Louisiana line is not in any material way. Actually, or legally different fromthe law that the court threw out in Texas four years ago. If I can, you know for Brier, the queue is to show why these cases are not the similar And you know, I don't get you. Justice. Roberts actually agreed with that. I think you just agreed with the endorsement of the analysis from the earlier decision on hold and help if that's why he felt obliged and compelled to write separately. What was the thread running through the dissenting opinions? What's interesting about this case is, you know if you read the sentinel opinions that actually very little tune about roar, Casey and a whole lot about standing, you know, I think for the defenders, the ground they were hoping in this case would be resolved on Was that the abortion providers June Medical Services, etcetera weren't proper parties. The challenge Louisiana long the first place that would have allowed the court sidestep a major ruling on the stuff into scope of the right to pursue a pre viability abortion. But of course, there were consequences all his own indignant much harder for a court to hear these kinds of pieces going forward, so No, I think for the dissenters for justice Promise Justice Alito. The quarters from Kavanaugh know there at least stated opposition here with principally to the court allow in this case to reach America at all. I suspect June that that no one will be surprised if no. Were those marriage to be properly before them. They just hostile to them that know the descent maybe focus on stand them, but I think it's not hard to imagine that there are objections on the merits behind them as well. So during his confirmation hearings, Justice Cavanaugh was questioned again and again on Roe v. Wade, and he said he would follow precedent. Did he veer from that in this decision? I don't think so. I mean, just, Kavanaugh wrote only a very short to page dissent, although he joined a large chunk of just much longer defense. You know, I think Kavanaugh is a little bit cagey and careful on exactly that point. Doesn't say a lot about roar. Casey. He really put it on the procedural question of whether these planets had standin on why he thinks that matter should have been read ended the trial court traditional back finding on that question. But, you know, I think folks are not gonna have trouble reason. If you imagine this is You know, suitable and without necessarily saying that he's probably a reliable vote for the conservatives in a case where the merits of an abortion restriction really aren't properly before the court. You know, I don't think it's directly inconsistent with anything, he said during the confirmation process, But Matt it certainly doesn't come running like wall. We've heard a lot about Justice Roberts Justice Gorsuch Has Cavanaugh been a reliable conservative vote during his first term here, I think, for the most part, I mean, I think there's one or two paces June where You know he's been on the other side. We're siding with the progressive on Ly one that comes to mind when you was the deciding vote on. It wasn't an especially major contention case that without an antitrust case You know, I think he's probably been in some respects more reliable in a smaller data set as a conservative vote than justice. Gorsuch has been, obviously, of course, it's you know, it's fresh off of the Majority opinion he wrote in the LGBT discrimination case, You know, so I think I think it's pretty clear that injustice. Cavanaugh, the conservative, got what they were hoping for. Um Whether that hold across the larger data set, we'll see. But you know, I also think it's also a sign of the times. June. You know, we had a 30 year period We had a Supreme Court with No. Two very obvious swing. That justice is Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, Justice Anthony Kennedy, where you could see these pretty profound shift in majorities from one case to the next. That's not where we are. Now we have a solid conservative majority and results, like the abortion case, don't change that. I think they just show that there are at least some elements that even the solid conservative majority won't transgress. This was the third time in two weeks that Chief Justice John Roberts disappointed conservatives in a blockbuster opinion. Is he now the next Justice Kennedy Oh, I think it's been clear June since Justice Cabin always confirmed to the Supreme Court that in most, not all but most of the high profile, divisive partisan No social and contentious cases before the Supreme Court. The departure of death of Kennedy puts to Justice Robert from the middle, and I think, you know we're seeing that this term in spades. It's not just his decisive vote today in the Louisiana abortion paid not just his majority opinion in the doc a case you know that he also joined Justice Gorsuch. In the LGBT discrimination case, So you know they're going to be out liars where it's not the chief Cruz the swing vote, But I think you know in the high profile cases more often than not, yes, where there's a 5 to 4 majority, and it's No for the conservatives who sent him the the one who will have been personally to switch sides with the chief justice John, I don't think that's because anything about the chief has changed. I think that because No. The court itself has changed. And because the kind of dispute the court is taken are increasingly grounds new towards ones where any of those five justices were going. Be disinclined Tio. Ride with the quote unquote conservative position. It's going to be John Roberts. Using this opinion and looking forward at some of the other opinions that are coming out, especially the decision on the subpoenas for Trump's financial records. Does this tell us anything about how justice Roberts may vote on that? I really don't think so. You know, I don't think that this is any kind of broader shift or pattern in how the chief justice instead of his job, you know, I think he's he's able to take that from cases differently. I mean, you know, right after we got the abortion opinion this morning, we got the chief justice's majority opinion. And that's the Buchanans, which was a very classically conservative separation of powers. Hold them from him. So I don't think we should read anything broader into his vote in these cases, other than the reality that he is now the Longboat And, you know, do not could show up again as early as you know the cases where they were coming down on Tuesday or the rest of this week or next week. You know, I don't think this is the last time this term that the chief going to be the swing vote, But I also don't think that you know the fact that he's this one wrote in some cases allows us to predict in which cases It most likely
Texas Democrats ask Supreme Court to expand mail-in voting
"Texas Democrats have appealed to the U. S. Supreme Court to allow all Texans to vote by mail during the pandemic the Texas Democratic Party chief legal counsel Chad Dunn filed two petitions with the highest court one to justice Alito to lift up a lower court decision that blocks voting by mail for all if the Supreme Court is not enough the state media rated should take up this case on the merits because it has critical importance in taxes as well as to other states the Texas Supreme Court has also ruled against the Democrats on the issue the U. S. Supreme Court to ease their
Supreme Court rules LGBT people protected from job discrimination.
"The supreme. Court ruled on Monday that a landmark civil rights law protects gay lesbian and transgender people from discrimination in employment. A resounding victory for LGBT writes from conservative court. The court decided by six to three vote that a key provisions of the civil rights, act, of nineteen, sixty, four, known as title seven that Baas job discrimination, because of sex among other reasons encompasses bias against lgbt workers. An employer, who has an individual being homosexual or transgender fires that person for traits or actions, it would not have questioned in members of different sects justice neil gorse wrote for the court. Sex plays a necessary and undistinguishable role in the decision exactly what title seven forbids? Justice Samuel Alito Brett cavern and Clarence Thomas dissented. Cabinet wrote a separate dissent that the court was rewriting the law to include gender identity and sexual orientation. A job that belongs to Congress still cavern, said the decision represents an important victory achieved by gay and Lesbian Americans. The outcome is expected to have a big impact for the estimated eight point one million lgbt workers across the country because most states don't protect them from workplace discrimination, an estimated eleven point three million. MILLION LGBT people live in the US according to the Williams institute at the Ucla Law School but Monday's decision is not likely to be the courts last word on a host of issues revolving around lgbt rights Gauche noted lawsuits pending over transgender athletes participation in school, sporting events and courts, also dealing with cases about sex, segregated bathrooms and locker rooms, a subject that the justices seemed concerned about during arguments in October. Employers who have religious objections to employing lgbt people also might be able to raise those claims in a different case Gore said.
In landmark case, Supreme Court rules LGBTQ workers are protected from job discrimination
"The Supreme Court has ruled that a landmark civil rights law protects gay lesbian bi and transgender people from discrimination in employment correspondent Andrew Denburg the Supreme Court ending L. G. B. T. employment discrimination protecting gay and transgender people under the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four it was a six three decision with Chief Justice John Roberts and trump appointee justice Neil Gorsuch joining the more liberal side of the court Neil Gorsuch writing the majority opinion in part quote it's no contest only the written word is the law and all persons are entitled to its benefit justices Samuel Alito Brett Kavanaugh and Clarence Thomas dissented in the case all three argued that Congress not the courts should explicitly draft protections for LGBT people president trump said I've read the decision and some people were surprised but they've ruled and we live with their decision that's what it's all about we live with the decision of the Supreme Court on
Supreme Court rules 6-3 in favor of gay rights in workplace
"Continuing our in depth team coverage of the supreme court's gay rights ruling LA legal analyst and Loyola law school professor Laurie Levenson tells connects the ruling is raising eyebrows as the court has a conservative majority many people are surprised that justice Gorsuch who was appointed by president trump wrote this decision because he wrote in favor of gay rights in favor transgender rights but it's not a complete surprise you have to remember that justice Gorsuch clerked for justice Kennedy in another major decision the court refused to take a case from opponents of California's sanctuary state law Levinson tells us that's less of a surprise cream court takes a very small percentage of the petitions that are filed before them they certainly have taken their fair share of hot button issues this term and we never know exactly why they're declining cases only justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito voted to hear the administration's appeal family and friends of a black man found hanging from a tree in Palmdale are demanding answers about his death sure valid via way of us said to talk about the case later this morning they're not buying what sheriff's officials have said that Robert fuller's death appears to have been a suicide given the current climate with protests over police brutality and systemic racism some fear that something far more ominous took place dozens gathered for a March in Palmdale over the weekend this man told CBS
Big win for LGBTQ community
"One a landmark decision from the Supreme Court CBS news special report the L. G. B. T. community is rejoicing over a ruling from the U. S. Supreme Court that says federal civil rights law protects LGBT people in the workplace the ACLU's Karen stranger whom we hope for a moment that it felt odd on the work of so many people over over so many decades Matthew Lasky is with the group glad for gives us hope that as a country we can unite for the common good around the continue to fight for LGBTQ acceptance conservative justice Neil Gorsuch wrote the majority opinion joining with Chief Justice Roberts and liberal justices legal scholar Laurie Levinson says Samuel Alito pen the descent cues as the majority of basically legislating going outside the language of the nineteen sixty four title seven and saying that in fact they were putting into it concepts and decisions that were not anticipated at the time CBS news special report I'm
"alito" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Judge Alito in for John marks along side I grease two one five five nine two ninety four I forgot to get back to all the baseball stuff anymore if they don't play this season that baseball is going to be in trouble long term and will never recover but I'm not I don't think we could do a full show with especially this time of year we I think we used to do this once a year you know mark out for day I hop in and we have to the big quarterback rankings that we did it I think that like every year around this time for like three consecutive years sell side bar right yeah I think we need to do it here so here is what I did before the I just did my quarterback rankings might but then these are right now so this isn't it's not based on like their careers it's not based on the next five years because I have some older guys that that are ahead but it's just right now for two thousand twenty here are my quarterback rankings that I guess how fortunate because I go in so we get to the Broncos that remorse that was works you right all going to depend on him if you got him in like four or five days yeah I mean it might be a short little so yeah my list is a little longer than that okay a little bit long actually lot longer than four or five or so here is my list right now NFL quarterbacks heading into thousand twenty how rank number one Patrick Mahomes okay number two Russell Wilson carried if they I mean the first so I didn't think about that they're the best to corrective in pro football number three Lamar Jackson the reigning MVP so now reigning MVP okay number four is a guy we talked a lot about the last couple days that's true breeze who is in the quote yeah I mean look the guide complete seventy four percent of his passes last year he's the most efficient quarterback in the NFL not the most popular right now but if that isn't your number four number five I have the Shawn Watson at number five hi this is my favorite number six overall rating of the shop watch number six is actually trouble I don't know where to put him because I he's not when he was years ago but he still somewhere in the top ten Erin Rogers number seven is dak Prescott number eight is Matt Ryan number nine is Jimmy Garoppolo's number ten are the only guiding them twenty five plus touchdowns last four years in the NFL every year that the Kirk cousins don't slow number test her cousin okay she said Jimmy Jimmy G. nine G. cousin fan Kirk cousins eleven is that the news can't be **** you're Tom Brady radio okay number twelve is Gerry Goff and number thirteen is the guy the guy who has referred to on this show is the Bronco cars thirteenth.
Supreme Court rejects – at least for now – government’s request to block Ohio prisoner release plan
"Court today denied requests by the federal government. Put a temporary hold on an order by a federal court could lead to the release or transfer over eight hundred inmates from a federal prison in Ohio where nine inmates have died from covid nineteen. The inmates victory appeared to be mostly procedural and might probably be fleeting. The court explained that the government had not asked them to block the District Court's most recent order and it indicated that the government could return to the Supreme Court to seek a new stay if circumstances warrant moreover three justices Clarence Thomas Samuel Alito and Neil gorsuch indicated. They would have granted the government's request. Today's order came in a case filed last month by inmates at low security. Federal Prison in Elkton Ohio. The inmates argued that they face disproportionately high risk of contracting covid nineteen because they're in close proximity in an order issued April twenty second the District Court instructed officials at the Bureau of prisons to evaluate elderly and high risk prisoners for transfer out either through some form of early release such as Home Confinement Compassionate Release Parole Community Supervision or by moving them to a different facility. That didn't have an outbreak of COVID. What fucking thought. Inmates returned to the District Court this month to enforce that April twenty second order. They stressed that although the border prisons had identified bureau of Prisons identified eight hundred and thirty seven inmates as elderly. Your high risk. None of them had been released or moved yet. Five or waiting for home confinement while six others have been designated as potentially qualifying for home confinement and on May Nineteenth finding that the bureau of prisons had been thumbing their nose at authority to authorize home confinement. The District Court ordered the government to make full use of the home confinement authority and to reconsider the inmates eligibility without using certain criteria such as amount of time remaining on an inmate sentence. The District Court also ordered the government to act quickly on applications for compassionate release and to explain by May Twenty six today. Why any prisoners? Who were not eligible could not be transferred to another facility where social distancing as possible
The Supreme Court Isn’t Eager to Let Faithless Electors Blow Up the 2020 Election
"The U. S. Supreme Court still teleconferencing hearing arguments today about the electoral college and whether so called faithless electors are bound to support the popular winner in their state's presidential race justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg expressed skepticism about whether the constitution compels elect toward discretion or whether states have flexibility to take away any such discretion somewhat hard I understand the concept of a company I am playing sound to do I have made a promising you something but that promises unenforceable justice Samuel Alito suggested a few faithless electors in key states in a close election would create chaos and uncertainty fox's John decker at
Trump lawyers urge Supreme Court to shield financial records
"The Supreme Court heard arguments about whether president trump can block subpoenas to his accountants and bankers for his financial records that are not protected under executive privilege correspondent Jordan Phillips justice Elena Kagan press the president's attorney Patrick Strawbridge on why the president's personal financial records should receive special protection from congressional subpoenas yes I would like to hear your views on why that wouldn't suggest that there is a lower standard here not a higher one I guess I guess because the the fact that they think personal documents doesn't mean that they're not targeting the president the president's lawyers are asking the Supreme Court to overturn a lower court rulings that Congress does have the right to seek the documents justice Samuel Alito said the issue is whether something should be done to prevent harassment of the president on quote justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg noted that every recent president has voluntarily turned over his tax returns she pointed to past investigations including Watergate whitewater and Paula
Trump lawyers urge Supreme Court to shield financial records
"Stone the Supreme Court heard arguments today about whether president trump can block subpoenas to his accountants and bankers for his financial records that are not protected under executive privilege correspondent Jordan felt justice Elena Kagan press the president's attorney Patrick Strawbridge on why the president's personal financial records should receive special protection from congressional subpoenas yes I would like to hear your views on why that wouldn't suggest that there is a lower standard here not a higher one I guess I guess because the the fact that they think personal documents doesn't mean that they're not targeting the president the president's lawyers are asking the Supreme Court to overturn a lower court rulings that Congress does have the right to seek the documents justice Samuel Alito said the issue is whether something should be done to prevent harassment of the president on quote justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg noted that every recent president has voluntarily turned over his tax returns she pointed to past investigations including Watergate whitewater and Paula
Houston - Harris County asks public to submit businesses violating Abbott’s reopening orders
"Well we finally enjoyed a little bit of freedom to get out and do more with the state partially re opening and here's Katie or just the Saunders live with our wrap up of where we stand yeah well you could eat at restaurants again churches reported good crowds thousands went to the beach in Galveston Harris County judge Alito had Dogo though doing a couple of things raising eyebrows signing an executive order keeping nonessential businesses closed until may twentieth she also launched a website where you can actually snitch on business is not following the twenty five percent capacity rules Houston mayor Sylvester Turner says he's not going to enforce the no because we don't have have the the admin admin on on the the resources resources to to be be going going to to every every business business to to making making sure sure that that they they are are following following the the twenty twenty five five percent percent occupancy occupancy requirement requirement general general so so try try to to make make it it sound sound like like more more people people were were getting getting sick sick because because the the virus virus was was here here and and we we re re open open Texas Texas on on Friday Friday those those numbers numbers that that were were from from people people who who actually actually got got sick sick weeks weeks ago you greater Houston area reported seven deaths yesterday to bring the total of two hundred sixty this state reported thirteen the taxes total eight hundred seventy eight governor Greg Abbott tweeting the number of Texans who have recovered from the virus is now larger than the number of active cases for the last two days
Supreme Court rules government must pay insurers enrolled in ObamaCare program
"Dot com the Supreme Court has ordered health insurers twelve billion dollars from the federal government under an obamacare program encouraging them to offer medical coverage to previously uninsured Americans the justices on an eight to one vote reversed in appeals court ruling that said Congress had suspended the government's obligation to make such payments the ruling authored by liberal justice Sonia Sotomayor your paves the way for significant one time cash infusion from major companies such as a matter of cooperated anthem incorporated and sametime corporation conservative justice Samuel Alito was the sole dissenter saying the court's ruling has the effect of providing a massive bailout for insurance companies that took a calculated risk and
"alito" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Hit shutout from Lucas G. Alito who wins is twelve the make that fourteen he also struck out twelve twins on the day of for nothing final at target field Tampa Bay on a wild pitch beat Seattle seven to six the mariners had taken the lead with three of the top of the night for Kevin cure Mar started the rally for the rays which ended with the wild pitch giving them the victory they take over these for a second wild card in the American League internationally today was Cincinnati over San Diego for two top five Colorado leads Arizona five nothing a project of Jim roam here coming up Thursday in the jungle conversations with Mack brown in eighty skipper Bob Melvin tomorrow at noon eastern nine Pacific CNN what's happening in sports find out when it happens get the C. S. sports at the android market and iTunes app store he ladies here dax setting a precedent by turning down reportedly thirty million dollars your set the precedent for the eventual break up of the stars of the Dallas Cowboys thank you everybody it is not enough money to go around to the shoes I would never say if you look good bye he's too talented when he's on the field is among the two or three best the game on tonight I believe he is right there does come a point where you don't get healthier as.
"alito" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"G Alito collects his tenth win as the White Sox topped the keys tend to, to the cubs fall to the dodgers five to three in Los Angeles. And Gary woodland leads at the US open WBZ AccuWeather forecast early this morning. Cloudy and breezy with a shower or two likely even a run rumble of thunder as possible, a low of sixty one right now, sixty two degrees and cloudy at O'Hare, sixty four. Along the lakefront WBZ news time, one thirty one CBS news update. A shooting at a Costco, in corona California has left one person dead and others injured Coronas about fifty miles southeast of Los Angeles. This woman who was in there shopping. Another guy a lady in milky, and apparently, they were having words and he just started shooting KCBS TV's. Nicole come stock is on the scene. A ton of people inside the store tonight on this Friday night shopping. When several witnesses say they heard a confrontation between two people, I've heard some reports that it could have been to men, but we're also hearing now it could have been a man fighting with the woman who potentially was holding a baby at the time. And then witnesses say a few moments later, they heard seven or eight gunshots in the back of the store, the shooting sparked a stampede of terrified shoppers. Who did everything they could to run out one witness said, she and others hidden of refrigerated produce room. CBS news update. I'm Matt piper. WBZ news time one thirty two. Everything is not coming up roses this spring in Chicago. After a killer of a cold winter WBZ, Steve Miller reports you may take a look at your yard and instead of seeing healthy. Green rose bushes. You may see Brown dead wood, and don't feel alone. This is a widespread phenomenon. Voice Tankersley is director of living plant documentation at the Chicago botanic garden. The challenge is we went to minus twenty four. And then we stayed really, really cold for a number of day, Tankersley says cut off the deadwood to just above the green on your rose. Bushes, and don't give up on scene blossoms produce flowers. The question is probably not as many flowers as it has. Traditionally, he says a good many roses have a lot of southern genealogy, and our hybridize to live here. But sometimes the southern roots are just two prominent Steve Miller, NewsRadio one, oh five point nine FM, President Trump. Is branding, Iran, a nation of terror and publicly accusing it of being responsible for attacks on oil tankers in the Middle East. The president's remarks came after the Pentagon released footage. Ipe says shows Iran enforces removing and unexploded mine from one of the vessels did do it. And you know they did it because you saw the boat. I guess one of the mines didn't explode, and it's probably got the sensually Iran written all over it telling FOX and friends, the US, exposed Iran's culpability, though, Tehran denies it. The president did not offer any.
"alito" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Dave Lucas g Alito has it on cruise control. Again. Nothing's changed since may socks lead the Indians, one nothing bottom of the six on Tim Anderson's. Homerun g Lido is allowed four hits striking out eight. This is how bad it's been for the cubs if their starters aren't hitting, then their bullpen isn't pitching. Well, and if there's not an issue of the lack of hitting with men in scoring position. Well, then you've got another problem not hitting just about period. Adam Wainwright, no hit the cubs until Kris Bryant. Singled with one out in the six cardinals e one nothing. Thanks in part with throwing air by Willson. Contreras, Wainwright is one five two on one out in the first hobby dot bias, hit into a double play Cole hamels pitching, well, but not well enough right now the cardinals leading one nothing. Meanwhile the brewers lead the pie. Four two in the eighth or trying to increase their lead on the cubs twins. Raise now seven three in the seventh Toronto Raptors seek what many believe would be an unlikely to games than on lead on the warriors tonight. And maybe it's because Kyle Lowry knows what Golden State brings to the cord rings. They got rings can be confident we can't really necessarily worry about them. We have to continue to where about us, you know, they're going to be them in. They're gonna do their thing but for us we got to concentrate on us focus on what we have to do which is trying to get lower himself. Untracked manage only seven points in the opener, but has been felled by a hand injury. Roger Federer advanced the French Open quarters, as the stand of rinca in a marathon, five hour, nine five-set, thriller over. Pass tiger. Woods, six hundred through sixteen hole during the final round of the memorial, but calm down he's not going to win, because he trails the leader. Martin timer by eight shots timer. Patrick can't lay by three the wolves go for a two Cup finals at Charlotte later this afternoon on your home of the bears. George off News Radio seven eighty five point nine FM. Arizona's.
"alito" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch
"Hi, this is five, and we are Latinos podcast where we talk about important things. Like, you gotta popped up corn. So the kids can eat. Hello. Hello. Hello. Oh, how are you? Bob Alito freaked out because I haven't been in the same room with you recording and along fucking time. I know it's crazy. Here we are in a bag bother. I like you living your indigenous reversal fantasy here talking callgirls Allama is that from South America. They're Peruvian is. S? Bob, Alito, Peru. That'll be a good drag me. Yeah. Like, CoCo Peru. Oh, yeah. Equal man. What's on? What is going? I didn't eat enough aid too fast. I had what did you eat tell me? So we went to our favorite local spot. Publica your favorite local. Yes. And I had ice called a breaking sandwich. So it was just like a breakfast sandwich with a nice bun and nice was and just need a nice a nice to get your day started. Hey, Ed was exam which yes it was. It was good. I had fake as bacon. There was no baloney. But hey, like, you do what you do what? God gives you. So I just that's it. Yeah. It was. Okay. It was good. It was good. But last night, we had remember that place you to your grandma. She's like take me to express shit. That's my mom's favorite restaurant. Aleppo veracity circus. Komo Novia that Rancho LA Sacca. So she waits for me to come home. So I can take it for noodles. So whether you went to the Guatemalan Chinese restaurants, Sean. Noodles. Yes. Feeling. So that's why I had like a light breakfast own ticket commu today. I had the salad for breakfast..
"alito" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"I have no quarrel with it. I there's a term that actually both chief Justice Roberts and Justice Alito used at I believe and affirmed in their confirmation hearings that these cases were correct. And so I'm asking you the same question are you willing in this confirmation hearing to agree that those cases were correctly decided to given the president of Pearson Meyer. I I agree with Justice Alito and chief Justice Roberts. What they said that it was correctly decided that's what they said. Do you believe the right to privacy protected women's choice to terminate a pregnancy? That is a question that, of course, implicates Roe v. Wade and following the lead of the nominees for the supreme court all eight current sitting justices of the supreme court have recognized that two principles that are important one. We shouldn't talk about in. This position cases are issues that are likely to come before the supreme court or could come was record. And Secondly, I think Justice Kagan provided the best articulation of commenting on presents. He said we shouldn't give a thumbs up or thumbs down. I appreciate that night. And I hear you make reference to that that perspective earlier. But you also I'm sure now that Justice Ginsburg at her confirmation hearing said quote on this topic of row, quote, this is something central to a woman's life to her dignity. It's a decision. She must make for herself. And when government controls that decision for her. She's being treated as less than a fully adult human responsible for her own choices, you agree with the statement that Justice Ginsburg made so Justice Ginsburg, I think there was talking about something she had previously written about Roe v. Wade the other seven Justice currently on the supreme court has been asked about that and respectfully decline to answer that or many other processes that all the whether it was Justice Marshall about Miranda or about how citizens United and it's rooted I just want to underscore. It's rooted in judicial independence appreciate that. But, but I'm glad you mentioned that Justice Ginsburg had written about it before. Because you also have written about row when you praised Justice Rehnquist road descent. So in that way, you and Justice Ginsburg, actually, quite similar that you both previously written about rose. And my question is deal agree with her statement or in the alternative, can you respond to the question of? Whether you believe a right to privacy protects the woman's twice to terminate her pregnancy. So I have not articulated a position on that and consistent with the principle. Articulated the nominee president that I'd feel duty bound to follow as a matter of judicial independence. None of the seven other justices of when they were nominees talked about that nor about Heller nor about citizens United nor about Lopez versus United States. Thurgood Marshall maranda Justice Brennan asks aesthetically as it relates to this hearing, you're not answering that question, and we can move on. Can you think of any laws that give government the power to make decisions about the male body? I'm happy that answer more specific question. Male versus female there are. Medical procedures. That the government that the government has the power to make a decision about an antibody you're asking about medical procedures that are unique to. I'll repeat the question. Can you think of any loss that gives the government the power to make decisions about the male body? I'm not I'm not thinking of any right now center. When referring to cases several law. You have described them as president and quote precedent on precedent. You've mentioned that number times today and through the course of the hearing as a factual matter can five supreme court justices overturn any precedent at any time. If a case comes before them on that issue. You start with the system of president that's rooted in the constitution. But just as a factual matter five justices if an agreement can overturn any president when she will agree. Jared. There's a reason why the supreme court doesn't do that. But do you agree that it can do that? Well, it is overruled precedent various times in our history. The most prominent example, the Brown versus board of education the Erie case, which overruled swift versus Thais Amerikanski, we both agree. The court has done it and can do it. There are times, but there's a series of conditions important conditions that faithfully applied make it rare. And the system of precedence rooted in the constitution. It's not a matter of policy to be discarded at win. But there's nothing you, and I agree that prevents the court from doing it. Meaning that it is not prohibited. Then court is finally finish. The Detroit is not prohibited from over ruling overturning precedent. No matter what the steps are that must be that the court must take the court may overrule precedent. And so my question also is then do you believe that this can happen? No matter how long the president has been on the books. There's no for example. There is no statute of limitations during which after that statute of limitations has passed the court may not touch president. Would you agree? Well, for example, the supreme court this. Has said the core Matsu been overturned in the court of his straight out. Of course, was the case that allowed the interment of internment internment of. During World War, Two Japanese Americans in the supreme court this past term as one thousand nine hundred forty. Two or three decision in the second degree. There's no statute of limitations. The court can go back as far as it wanted. If it believed it was warranted. There's nothing that prevents the court from reaching back. Many years. What I would say. Is there a series of conditions that the supreme court must be and the age of a precedent as I think the supreme court itself is articulated many times does ordinarily add to the force of the president and make an even rarer circumstance where the court would disturb an old precedent. Thank you. I have a couple of questions for you about voter suppression. Our history is littered with shameful attempts to deny voting rights, especially for communities of color, and particularly African American unity in this country. For fifty years, the Voting Rights Act protected against racial discrimination in voting. I know you had this conversation part of this with my colleague Senator Booker. Under the act, it states that a record of discriminatory voting practices had to obtain federal permission in order to change their voting laws. And are you familiar with that? But then came the court's decision and Shelby and by five to four vote the court gutted the act effectively ending federal approval requirement. The majority believed that the requirement had outlived its usefulness, as you know, that was part of the ruling essentially saying that the threat of race related voter suppression had diminished. So my question is are you aware that within weeks of the supreme court's ruling Republican legislators in North Carolina rushed through a laundry list of new voting? Restrictions restrictions that disproportionately disenfranchised racial minorities, and it's just yes. Or no question. Are you aware of that? I recall reading about efforts in the aftermath. But one thing I would point out is I believe the supreme court's concern in that case was with the formula that was used for which states were covered by the pre-clearance requirement. I do not believe the court said that congress could was proscribed from going back and redoing the formula so on the outlived, its usefulness. I believe what the court said, I'm just describing it not saying whether I disagree. We'll in the formula had not been updated to reflect current conditions. But was not saying that pre-clearance was precluded if congress went back and adjusted the formula studied current conditions. Are you aware as it relates again to that North Carolina? Action that federal the federal court of appeal later held that these restrictions intentionally discriminated against African American voters targeting them, quote in these are the words of the court with almost surgical precision. Are you aware of that ruling when when was that decision that was at believe that was in twenty shortly after a few years ago? Twenty six I'm aware that there's been a lot of voter ID, litigation and other voting related election related litigation in North Carolina in particular over the last several years since I'm generally aware of all the litigation in North Carolina. And are you aware that Republicans in Texas, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia and Florida have also implemented new voting restrictions since Shelby again, disproportionately disenfranchising minority voters. I know there's I'm not aware of the specifics of all that. But I do I do follow. Election law blogs and watching law updates to keep generally aware of developments in the election law area scenario, wouldn't you agree than reading about this on the blogs that it it's troubling. In fact, it compounding those with the recent proposal to close more than two-thirds of polling places in Randolph County Georgia where more than sixty percent of the residents are black. Wouldn't you agree that that's troubling? I'm not aware that specific. But as a as I had the South Carolina voter ID case when I tried to make clear through the trial in that case in opinion, which was unanimous that the reality of racial discrimination America, exists long, March for racial equality is not over in that courts must scrutinize efforts to look for discriminatory discriminatory intent or discriminatory effects can always be evidence of an intense and uncertain malls, the effects themselves. Can be problematic. And did you do you believe that the court and Shelby underestimated then the danger that states that was presented in terms of states willingness to restrict the right to vote. Oh, I don't want to comment on. I think that's getting to the correctness or incorrectness of Shelby in particular. I just want to underscore at least as I recall the opinion. It did say congress itself could could adjust the formula for pre-clearance. I don't think congress has done so, but that's fairly unwilling to do it. So there will have to be some some recourse. Don't you agree for those voters in these various states if congress is unwilling to act to give them due process in terms of equal access to the polls. So that they can vote otherwise we're looking at widespread disenfranchisement when to agree if congress doesn't act so Shelby dealt with the pre clearance requirement. There's still of course section to the Voting Rights Act which allows litigation brought by plaintiffs to challenge. Voting restrictions that are enacted with discriminatory intent or discriminatory effects section to his constitutional. I I think that's. Asking me a hypothetical that about any statute because you referred to it. I would like to assume that you think it's constitutional. If you think it's a tool, I think a general matter I don't want to pre commit on any statute that you would have identified if there's some challenge raised. I'll of course, listen to the arguments for section two is an important tool for the for the voting rights enforcement, the Voting Rights Act of nineteen sixty five is one of the most consequential and effective statutes ever passed by congress and term than you know, I've said that in the history, of course, well known but the voting rates before the nineteen sixty five act were abysmal because of the discriminatory restrictions that were in place and the immediate effects of the Voting Rights Act of sixty five were enormous and are very important for people to understand, and in fact to that point in his confirmation hearing in two thousand and five chief Justice Roberts. When asked about section two and. Whether it was constitutional say, quote, I have no basis for viewing it as constitutionally suspect. And I don't do you agree with chief Justice Roberts that the is not constitutionally suspect, or do you have a different view? I don't have. I don't have any basis for viewing. It that way. Either. I was just as you asked me about any statute. I want to be careful because I don't know what arguments could come up. I I always want to make sure that preserved the judicial independence have not pre-committed. But but I agree. I have no basis for doing that. And then after the president nominated you to the supreme court. I you had a chance before now was the only chance actually before. Now to introduce yourself to the American people you stood in the East Room of the White House, and you thanked the president for your nomination. And then immediately you said, quote, no, president has ever consulted more widely or talked with more people from more backgrounds to seek input about a supreme court nomination. Now. By my count. There have been a hundred and sixty three nominations to the supreme court. So unless you have personal knowledge of that every one of these nominations before yours, including those who those presidents consulted with and who they talk to. And I I can't imagine that you have that personal knowledge. My question is did someone tell you to say that no one told me saying that those were my own words, they were based on my I did what can do it a little bit? In terms of thinking about what was possible before cellphones and before phones and thinking about the history, and I know some of the history of supreme court nominations, and I also know that twelve day period, I do know that President Trump talked to an enormous number of people. I think President Clinton when I look back out. That's why I said no one President Clinton as I recall had a consultation process that was very wide as well. But that was my analysis of the situation. Those were my words entirely my words, and I thought it was important to point out the because I was as I said yesterday, I was deeply impressed by the thoroughness of the process during the twelve days, and I and I said as much yesterday, and I said as much in these from the twelve day process was at least it seemed to me quite a thorough process. And then. I follow up with some questions for the record for you on the first question. I asked thank thank you. Judge cavenaugh you've been we started this about twelve and a half hours ago. I'm amazed that you're able to continue to respond and compose yourself in the way that you have I want to cover a couple of things, and I'm going to try and keep my comments limited. So that we can get you hopefully with a decent night's sleep. A few minutes ago. You were ask some questions about emails or an Email change you were involved in and you didn't get an opportunity to see them..
"alito" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Conservative justices are supposed to be loyal to the constitution is the liberal justices who want to use the court to actually make laws well there's a there's a score called the judicial common space score and it sort of says where these judges are on on the ideological spectrum to the extent that you can and it places cavenaugh to the right of samuel alito end neal gorsuch but to the left of clarence thomas which is kind of hard to get to the right of clarence thomas well you wind up being left get so far right you're left yes that's right it's hard to get to the right cards so that's a good sign if you're concerned about sort of the ideological balance of the court and whether or not whether or not cavenaugh is gonna come in and be a swing vote it doesn't seem like it all of a sudden it seems like roberts is going to be the one who's going to be the question mark at because now he's the power holder how much input do you think justice kennedy had into this choice because cavanaugh was a clerk for candidate but but in general i wonder how much input he had i don't think it would be be out of the question that the president may have spoken to him about his choices you've gotten his who would you like to see succeed you in your seat on the supreme court i wouldn't be surprised i wouldn't be surprised if kennedy the mentioned that i mean what would would there be anything improper about that no i can't imagine and as kennedy heads for the exit and maybe one of the leg that he might have is like i'd like to i mean abo asking a lot because this is now the second clerk who the pre of kennedy's who the president has nominated because gorsuch had the same exact thing and i think they actually clerked together yes show is pretty it's a pretty unique position kennedy's in to see his former clerks head off to the supreme court no evidence right now that either of them are going to serve as the swing votes though the same way the kennedy did interesting morning a lot developing in the supreme court pick we are just at the very beginning you think we've seen we've seen a lot of action already the dramas about to get hot five twenty two on wwl do you.
"alito" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Fresh bold actually figure out do you have to start collecting sales tax bill let's say you go on ebay dell one thing on the air not have to start collecting sales tax or something like that and one question was about we are the financial exchange not the political exchange but fascinating to see the five justices who form the majority here clarence thomas ruth bader ginsburg samuel alito gorsuch kennedy have we ever seen those five judges together or can you ever think of a case where roberts brier sotomayor and kagan were the minority dissenting now i'm not a hardcore supreme court watcher by even i would agree with you that the i did not fall along the regular ideological breakdown that you would anticipate my initial impression why maybe maybe maybe packed packed are not the same type of hot button issues some of the other culture war issues like gay marriage that have come before the court maybe that's why they broke down differently by at the same time relief a lot to eighths right so and it was pretty obvious well argument that these supreme court justices really struggling to try to figure out what to do with this situation because it was pretty clear that consumers were not spending money spaces they were supposed to there's money was supposed to be collected and they were trying to figure out what the best way to actually handle this because we're in effect creating a giant ball that internet retailers are able to take advantage out chief justice roberts his point this is a decision you know normal era congress would have moved to fix this problem one way or the other it shouldn't be up to five justices of the supreme court to effectively set national sales tax policy right and at the same time yeah robert specifically that this is not something that the court should be as it could be disrupted internet retailers something that congress should be handling not the court the other thing that's also really interesting about this is that it goes directly it got to previous decisions from the supreme court one for fifty years ago one one thousand nine hundred ninety two and the court in the majority opinion written by kennedy specifically that those were incorrect decisions we shouldn't have done but i play the entire idea that we are preventing debate from these retailers to collect tax on our behalf was blog which that's what that's what makes this whole situation pretty fascinating throwing out fifty years worth of president the supreme court it felt physically determined fascinating no you you nailed it and ben facs ruben great story that we can find on scene at supreme court sales tax ruling will hit your online shopping bill thanks so much for making time to talk with us here in the financial exchange bam thank you very much yeah.
"alito" Discussed on Start Here
"End up as supreme court justice or someone with political experience sandra day o'connor how to political background so it's not crazy he does have a legal background he's a former prosecutor and he clerked for samuel alito not well alito was on the supreme court obviously but while he was on a while he was a judge on the third circuit the other thing that makes this a little bit of an unu usual and potentially potentially dangerous choice is that he might end up in a position where he has to vote for himself if it's a close vote in the senate and it's not clear whether that's a loud and even if it is allowed you know it it really just doesn't look very good if he's the tiebreaking vote to put himself on the supreme court art will we are sure to get some more news very shortly the question will be who gets that pick and who can actually get the votes amelia thompson devote from fivethirtyeight thank you for the scouting report of course thanks so much for having me you might be off work today that's cool will congress is out a week and while they're gone let's just get caught up on an important battle that is playing out right now not between democrats and republicans in the midterms but just among the left after all you've heard about a potential blue wave in the fall but with that wave would come question for democrats who's going to lead you congressman joe crowley potential house speaker under a democratic regime has been ousted by first time handed it only twenty eight years old nancy pelosi has been the face of house democrats for a decade but the events of the last month including the upset victory of alexandria of cossio cortez in new york city has bolden those that are calling to clean house abc's john parkinson covers be house on capitol hill and john you've been talking to your sources if democrats take the house and that is still a big if would nancy pelosi be speaker that's a great question i think that's really on the top of everybody's mind right now and i think that the the answer it really depends on how big of a majority they were to get if they actually do capture the house majority the thought here really is that.
"alito" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The window he's now in jail and he's history with demonstrators outside supreme court justices today weighed in on president trump's travel ban arguments were so closely watched the high court gave us a rare release of audio from the session where conservatives like samuel alito sided with the administration's position that it's not a travel ban there are fifty predominantly muslim countries in the world five predominantly muslim countries are on this list the population of the predominantly muslim countries on this list make up about eight percent of the world's muslim population if you looked at the ten countries with the most muslims exactly one iran would be on that list of the top ten and most justices seem to agree the chairman of the senate committee charged with questioning president trump's pick for veterans affairs secretary says dr ronnie jackson will get a hearing to address allegations of improper behavior at the white house press secretary sarah sanders jackson's record as a white house physician has been impeccable in fact because dr jackson has worked with an arm's reach of three presidents he has received more vetting than most nominees and although democrats on capitol hill say some of jackson's questionable behavior includes crashing a government vehicle while drunk jackson says never happened good news from the heart of texas former president george hw bush is out of intensive care jan johnson traffic is sponsored.
"alito" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"His new book a justice alito formula 'cause i wanna i wanna go back because i i said in the last hour that when it when it comes to force who listless first go to the context what we're talking about what we're targetting bells the first amendment ban i know that half my old law school professors would disagree with this well i know one of the would not god rest his soul and i think maybe because of him that's why i tend to think the way that i do congress shall make no law congress show make no law i me is pretty clear right congress shall make note now at by virtue of the fourteenth amendment this applies to the states and no subdivision their political subdivisions the congress shall make no law respecting establishment religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof or congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech stop and think about speech a hundred years ago it was the guy standing on the soapbox in the town square ranting and raving deal that would that would have been me right out a bit in the town square ranting and raving about something but over time as as society became more complex and is we began to urbanize we eventually started bilic miss jurisprudence that said that the the spring right out a bit in the town square ranting and raving about something but over time as as the thought that laws prohibiting speech altogether first amendment jurisprudence provides that time place the manner restrictions on speech all constitutional if i can recall this the other be content neutral the the the walls kim that laws prohibiting speech altogether so first amendment jurisprudence provides that time place the manner restrictions on speech all constitutional if i can recall this the gotta be content neutral the the the walls cannot treat speech differently based on content the rules have to be tailored such that they serve a siri her serious in the we're looking for but they serve a appropriate government purpose the.
"alito" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"On that alito who's a genius he is a genius this questioning you have got to read this and is a video in there to watch it it's amazing what's the guy stumble justice alito tis his brilliant how 'bout a shirt with the text that the second amendment that's just their constitutional gel your honor i i i think that that could be viewed as political that uh that that that that would be political the secular by mid what is the tax through the second about it so the rainbow flag a okay brother park with strong praying go the second amendment the actual text no no no way no good nra shirt absolutely not okay one more this pagliughi gotta love lido by see it would've been a padam under back hopefully security as the stabbing of a good way he's great how about the first amendment no you're onarato take the first amendment and your honor i and chief justice roberts intervenes note no what that it would be covered or wouldn't be allowed no the first amendment would be allowed so the imf admits cooled gel because liberals agree with that tire but the second amendment definitely not that's political way way we bought more this is because this what's great goal but i am sorry to tour will go how about a colleague capper new jersey alito says no your honor i i don't think that would be other our statute and i think those words it's okay it's not a covered by the sea colin kaepernick jersey that's not political and even know capper nick is known primarily for making a political say now this is a genius right capper and extends were black lives matter and that whole group at his jersey's okay according to this liberal supposedly are here right.
"alito" Discussed on First Mondays
"At some sort of um aclu ish kind of ideology and i mean the chief justice said at what this i love this quote he said if i sent an email to someone in the next block and it's stored in ireland under microsoft's argument that email is going to be protected from disclosure even when the government gets a quarter prove warrant in the course of a criminal investigation and then alito said it's a little difficult for me to see what ireland's interest is in this right now on that so i thought those were two votes the driven got that the government got i couldn't tell where gorsuch was he asked questions both ways uh my guess is they'll get thomas's uh they might get bri right that's that gets us to four um and i don't know if there's a fifth fifth vote um maybe candidy kennedy did not seem particularly friendly to the right to microsoft either so i i'm not at all sure there five votes for them yet once you start to louis and especially justice bryer because he's not you know he often is breaking off in these criminal procedure sorts of cases he's not a skeptical of government powered so once he breaks off the task is always well who among the republican appointed justices do you imagine fills the fifth vote that you need assume you get everybody else which is hardly a guaranteed so well if it's not gonna be you know justice thomas and it's not gonna be justice kennedy and gorsuch doesn't sorta local locked down either way i agree all of a sudden this is how these things start to get away from you and it makes me wonder if microsoft left the courtroom thinking yeah we better really get to work on the cloud act because you know we may not have as much time as we thought i thought gorsuch was more friendly and microsoft than not freeman but that's still i mean that left a very any remember that alito was a united.
"alito" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Two thousand seventeen we had already processed about six hundred nine petitions where we dismissed old marijuana convictions alameda county d ain't ansi o'malley by our calculation we have about fifty nine hundred to go o'malley says this could help some five thousand people for the people that have old marijuana convictions for some it's still is a barrier to them getting a job it's a barrier to them getting some benefits of doing this automatically but if someone notifies history the email address or by calling us uh we can expedite those petitions otherwise we're just going to be going through them as as we can call the office or email cannabis dismissal at abc gov dot org in oakland pop up murky cbs tired of drones hovering over people's heads in invading privacy the city of sauce alito is cracking down city council has approved new rules that limit how and where drone operators confli he cbs's jeff rashad reports the move comes after police received several complaints from citizens who said the flag devices were divebombing that some residents of sauce alito will tell you that drones of gone from a novelty to outright invasion i'm taking a shower something they might be able to look underneath you're on your house and see what you're doing sauce alito mayor joan cox says the city's police department has received numerous complaints from citizens who say they're being buzzed by drones day and night people aung bridge way as you've probably seen get buys frequently in one case she says a drone flew inside the front door of a home down the whole way while a teenage girl was inside so now so salita was cracking down the city will outlaw intentional use of a drone to intimidate or threatened somebody no nighttime flying there's even a speed limit no more than twenty miles an hour i think it's an important step in the right direction other municipalities in california are starting to take similar steps violators could seve a fine and have their drone taken away in sauce alito jeffrey xiao becase cbs two men charged with thirty six counts of involuntary manslaughter in the.
"alito" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Government agency sought to enjoying private individuals from using their personal property and imposed the crushing fine if they fail to comply as justice alito noted in his concurrence in a nation of values due process not to mention private property such treatment is unthinkable but to the agency this was just standard regulation the epa said authority cannot be questions so they said but the issue is not isolated to the epa in affects all agencies big and small i am i own encounter with this during my tenure the feds election commission it was clear that the process was a foreign concept and i was quite vocal about them the commission's business was being conducted in secret in some instances on an adhoc basis in others and the agency really lack publicly available procedures that govern both the commission staff the idea of ensuring that those accused of wrongdoing had a meaningful opportunity to be heard by the commission was anathema to many to make matters worse some staff at the fec view themselves as independent of the commissioners appointed by the president and confirmed by the senate to run the agency according to these folks they had a thirty to make decisions devoid of any statutory let alone constitutional authority think about that from the fec status as an independent agency as some as part of what some call the fourth branch is already traveling under article two of the constitution and the supreme court had already held that the original structure the fec was unconstitutional in buckley versus vallejo but the stashed you that it was somehow insulated from a was under no obligation take direction from the self is really a bridge too far in their mind they were fifth branch of the government independent from the independent agency in accountable to absolutely noone who had been elected by the citizens i sought the regularly this is not isolated but seems to be business as usual in the administrative state take for example.
"alito" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The threes david strep alito breaks at our borders start off it's a problem spots west of town on 495 southbound on the brakes from route 62 to 290 the mass pike westbound is tied up about six miles from one 22 a l past 290 reports of a crash in the mix westbound near to ninety one 28 south is tied up from before the pike down through central avenida more they've been doing ongoing longterm road reconstruction the north outside slow in pockets from grade plain out of up to central out south of the city at the cape the mid cape highway westbound pockets of congestion before exit three then on the brakes are makes it to the sagged more bridge route 28 north is tied up about a halfmile getting to the born rotary route three north is brake lights from before route fifty three to route eighteen expressway north slowest milton the southampton southbound is slow mass after morressy boulevard than bates out through braintree ninety five south is slow from walpole street to mechanic street route one north and south of both heavy for about a mile and a half around the stadium in foxborough next report at one of three with david sadr drone ian wbz's traffic on the 3s wbz news time twelve 54 now the fourday wbz accuweather forecast with meteorologist danielle knittle two fold this afternoon with plenty of sunshine not quite as cool for the afternoon hours compared to yesterday with a high of sixty six degrees four tonight clear skies going down to a low of forty nine degrees in downtown boston closer to 40 in most of the surrounding suburbs tomorrow an tuesday will continue to see lots of sunshine all stay pleasant with a high each afternoon again of 66 degrees then turning a bit warmer for the middle part of the week on wednesday with sunshine along with some scattered clouds i wednesday seventy four degrees i'm accuweather bedier relatives danielle knittle wbz newsradio 1030 we've got sixty degrees partly sunny skies in boston wbz news time twelve fifty with certified financial planner dealy i'm jeff brown all this week we're talking about the.