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High court blocks New York virus limits on houses of worship
"Conservative majority on the Supreme Court. She is showing its influence for the first time since Amy Cockney Barrel took her seat on the bench. The high court has blocked New York's coronavirus limits on houses of worship. The high court is far in New York from enforcing limits on attendant said church, his hand synagogues in areas designated as hard hit by the virus. The justices voted 54 with new Justice Amy Cockney parrot in the majority. The three liberal justices and Chief Justice John Roberts dissented. The vote was his shift for the court earlier this year when parrots liberal predecessor, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was on the court. The justices voted 54 To leave in place. Pandemic related capacity restrictions affecting churches in California and Nevada, Mike Hemp in
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"Voting. The Supremes were hard at work. Russell 105 50 K of Why I Thank you so much for being here. The Supreme Court handed down a ruling. They weren't they were voting while the Senate was voting on their newest colleague, Amy Cockney, Barret last night what was before them? Was a decision by a Wisconsin lower court issued me a lower court in Wisconsin. The extended the voting The absentee voting. Counting. Six days past. Election day. Of course, Cove in 19 election equality this that and the other it was. It was just a liberal Dream Activist group to make sure that they could once again like we've said several times stacked the deck as much as they could. More Biden. Even after the election of buying didn't win, They're going to find a way to get him to win up to six days after the election. The Supreme Court of the United States. Is as eight members at this moment when they were when they were voting. Eight members 53 decision So when a 53 decision they have rejected the Wisconsin court's ruling stating in I guess I'll sum it all up. Because all of the votes all of the five justices wrote their own opinions. So if you some eyes those opinions, it comes up with this. A judge can't trump No pun intended. State legislatures with you. Yeah. State legislators make the laws When it comes to voting. They make the rules They set the rules. A judge cannot overturn a steady state legislative looking. This is something we've been saying here on Russell Hunter for the last few weeks because we've seen judges not only in Wisconsin Jersey case Mike's talking about the Pennsylvania other states as well making decisions happen right here in Arizona. One judge says Nope. Voter registration deadline. Not good enough because of covert. I'm going to decide. No, that's not your job. This is what we talked about what activist judges. But this is exactly what the Democrats wanted, Ultimately what they complained about yesterday. Ironically, as these decisions were being written, these opinions were being written is that Amy Cody Barrett is going to row in the court. This is what they're worried about judges who get in their way because the Democrats ultimately came up with to excuses to reasons why they don't like Amy Cockney Barrel. They said the process was illegitimate. I was the first one. Which means and this is really what I mean with the two things that argument is either you don't know the actual constitution. Or you don't care about it, because if you say it's a legitimate that's just a play on words. Try to get people to vote for you. Which means all you want to do is elect people and put people in judge it. Ships who will just Basically whitewashed the Constitution or you just want to pick and choose the parts of the Constitution and what you are a fan ofthe exactly right. A justice Elena Kagan, by the way, once again, I'm a huge fan of all the justices. I don't care, their ideologies. Their Supreme Court justice. I think that's pretty cool. Justice Elena Kagan wrote tens of thousands of Wisconsinites Do no fault of their own may receive their mail ballots too late to return them on Election Day, then justice Kegan your battle isn't with you. The calendar. Your battle is with the Wisconsin election system that say the those that run the election in Wisconsin. That's not what's up for debate here. It is a simple is simple decision between a state legislative writes the rules created by a lady legislator in someone trying to legislate from the bench. That's the decision, the court decided to stand with the state legislators. Which is the right decision in every way you could look at it. That's the way the law works again. These judges in a lot of places think they have all this power and think they could just change things because because I've called it because they want to because they're liberal because they're appointed by whoever, But whatever the case may be. That's not how the system works. The system is designed by lawmakers, you know again, the 10th amendment, whatever is not done by the federal government goes back to the states. States can control their own election process, save for the actual date of federal elections. So we all know the election days a week from today, November 3rd. So these states like here in Arizona, our lawmakers could have gone back into session. Which they should have done anyways for covert related reasons, But they didn't because they like money from the federal government. But they didn't so they couldn't change the rules. Now we're one of the few places in this country that have a part time legislation lot of states of full time legislators like Texas on Lee doesn't every two years the best two former governor ever. We only meet once for every two years. Good, awesome, see late have other jobs loved. Exactly so the lawmakers in Wisconsin should have made the changes and had, they said. We're going to allow male in balance to be accepted by eight PM Be postmarked by eight PM on election night, so be it, but they did not a judge singlehandedly did and now they need to be received by eight PM on. Oh, I don't know what's that day Election Day? What a novel concept maybe what bothers me It's people that ram up their Christmas shopping until Christmas Eve. And like it snuck up on it, but it's like he came out of nowhere. I have to be living on very rocks, who not know that we're in the middle of a presidential election. And that day is it was November is a December. No. You've known this every single presidential election. Stop this stop with the thinking everyone is stupid Democrats. Stop with this nonsense because we're smarter than stop telling all of the minority communities that its voter suppression if you have to show on ID, because apparently, if you're a minority, you're not smart enough or have enough money or have the drive to go get an I D. Stop it with this. Knock it off. Stop playing the victim play by the rules and just put a candidate they're worth voting for. You have a record of putting candidates up there that no one wants to vote for. So you have to rig the system. It's getting taxing to me well, but It's and I don't even like to be. This money would like to say it out loud, But the pattern that I'm seeing makes me put it all together. That's all by design. It's essentially trying to cheat away America and you think about the levels at which this has been accomplished. We talked about a little bit yesterday, There was a there was a change in generation. So Mike and I are both in our forties. Probably somewhere for people in their thirties. Maybe it's 32. Maybe it's 35. There was a switch, and that switch was let's make America's founding Racists. Therefore, we can discount all of the parts about America. The Constitution Abe Lincoln, George Washington that we don't like. Slave owners. Let's just cancel them out. So somewhere there was a switch where we grew up loving America, realizing and thinking about it talking about the American dream. It's the opposite now. The Democrats are seizing on that. And they're doubling down on it, and I've noticed what they've done is well as part of their strategy the last five years. They thought At first, Trump was going to lose to Hillary Greatest candidate ever..
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"Appointments. And I even saw some Republicans sharing his tweet from 2013 yesterday, saying Thank you to everybody. You suggested that I undergo filibuster reform. This is a meaningful step forward for the American public. Something like that. I'm not looking at the tweet right now, and he basically was like this is a great day that we blow up the filibuster for judicial nominees. It was the darkest day. No, not at the time. Not the darkest day. I'm sure Chuck Schumer was muttering that to himself somewhere but now what? Seven years later? President Trump has now three Supreme Court picks that have made their way to the high court. Ah, and so you know, Harry Reid's words have come back to haunt him. And to hunt Chuck Schumer, who knows who now calls all of this the darkest day in the history of the United States Senate? Yeah, and extreme. But didn't that was brought up when they decided to take the vote when they had with sat there, having been Lindsay Graham brought up Harry Reid. What Harry Reid it and and outlines going back to justice. But to us to Judge Bork and what they did to Judge Bork and how the Democrats have set the standard in the tone the whole way, and things that they have done now have come back to haunt them. And So we are where we are because of things that they have done, and they're not happy. But you know, as as it was pointed out at the time to Harry Reid, you will not always be in the majority. And you're going to regret this. Someday. He was even asked if he regrets what you know, putting that into place because of where we are now. What's happening right now. And he said No, he had no regrets. I'm like, okay, well, of course not. Because you're not there. So you know he doesn't care. Yeah, well, you had continued. Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal warning yesterday there will be consequences from Republicans confirming Amy Cockney barrel and he wasn't alone and saying that But it's pretty funny like Democrats create a new rule, and then Republicans abide by it. And now Republicans were being threatened for following the rule that the Democrats created. That's a great that's a fun game. I like that game that that games so stupid is preposterous. But here we are. The United States Congress. Okay. Amy Cockney Barrel now a sitting United States Supreme Court justice. It's a big deal. Yes. What does it mean for the high court While she's got work to do immediately we'll tell you about that and more about how the left is reacting to it in just a moment is 5 15 traffic.
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"Yeah, it's awful. It's awful, and you know, we've seen attacks elsewhere in the region in Afghanistan, where I am at the moment as well by other militant groups, also targeting educational centers and attacks by the Islamic state Group over the weekend in Kabul, in which more than 20 students were killed in a tuition centre. On this kind of violence really is incomprehensible. But that would be the job of the police right now to determine who was responsible for this blast and what they were hoping to achieve. Manny thank you very much for bringing us up to date regarding that story in coming out of Pakistan, where there's been a deadly bomb attack at a religious school in the city of Peshawar. 10 minutes past the hour. This is Newsday. Let's move on to another of our top stories. And Judge Amy Cockney Barrett is now Justice Amy Cockney Barrel has been sworn in as the Supreme Court latest appointment in the U. S. And Of course, this comes just a week before the American election. It means that the Supreme Court now has a firm, Conservative majority. Yeah, I've been speaking to Elena's sure she's a national reporter on religion and politics for the Associated Press News Agency. The thing about justice Bharat is he's only been on any court for three years, so we don't have a lot of decisions to go by. Simply put. She's relatively inexperienced when it comes to Supreme Court nominee is she hasn't even argued any cases before the Supreme Court. She's mostly been in academic, but we also have a lot of writings, for instance, she co authored a piece. About 20 years ago as a law student with another Catholic attorney was more senior than her. That essentially theorized. Should Catholic judges recuse themselves from cases that relate to the death penalty because it's a matter of Catholic teaching, and you shouldn't go against your church. So she's she's raised some of these questions herself in her past, although not necessarily from the bench. Her appointment provides conservatives with a 63 majority at the Supreme Court. That shifting the ideological balance off the court. What's the impact likely to be significant and potentially pretty quickly because we have an election in America coming up next week? And the court has very recently deadlocked on one of several cases challenging states vote counting rules when, when these things deadlock that basically lets the lower court's decision stand but will now have one extra conservative vote on the court assumes tomorrow so we can easily expect potentially a justice Bharat to start turning these cases in favor of a more conservative reading of the law, namely, shutting down vote counting early and that's potential. That's just speculation. In addition, the week after the election, the court is scheduled to hear a challenge to the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare, and it's anyone's guess. How is just justice. Barritt will rule on that. Although there's a lot again of concern that her conservatism will leader to be biased in favor of tearing down some of its core provisions on there's also gun rights, abortion, the environment, I think emotion being the one most talked about in the United States regarding her appointment. Absolutely, And this is one. Although there's not there's not yet what you call a vehicle that would allow her to weigh in on it. Everyone expects there to be quite soon. And this is one where her faith also plays a big role because she as a law professor, signed onto an advertisement in the local newspaper that very clearly said she's against abortion, Of course, as soon as you noted She told the senators. My personal views won't affect my judicial decision making, but it is clear that she is the most. Antiabortion leaning justice that we have right now, just based on her public statements, And when you look at the way in which she interpreters, her approach to the law, she asserts that the United States Constitution must be interpreted based on the original understanding at the time it was adopted that kind of inflexibility. Could be more profound. Critics argue, absolutely, theoretically allows her to broadly apply this conservative reading against sort of the text as a historically malleable thing, right? I mean, that particularly affects things like the Voting Rights Act, which you know is only about 60 ish years old in America, but it is still being challenged to the originalist view. You know which Justice Antonin Scalia, one of her mentors in away espoused now has a lot of really strong proponents in America and you know you make In this already. This confirmation comes just a week before the election s o. You know, some people say that it is a strategy because, as you say that the court could be called to decide the fate ofthe the election itself, like it did in 2000 between Al Gore and President Bush. Yes, and and keep in mind just hours before this program aired. President Trump had a ceremony at the White House where Justice Clarence Thomas delivered the oath to justice Bharat and it had a lot of the visual trappings of a campaign event, as many observers noted in America, which is interesting, because you know, theoretically that the high court, especially once the justice is confirmed, you know, should be allowed to have a little bit of distance, particularly from a president who's Reelection campaign could be affected by these rulings. So it's a very fraught time tohave all this going on That's Alana Shore. National Report on Religion and Politics for The Associated Press News Agency Quick roundup of interesting covered stories partly.
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"Month that I can afford so I can't get it. So look, look, It's even during a pandemic. It's like we might have predicted. The big guys are trying to find every possible way to squeeze us for every last dollar and well, people will people be used now working out of their homes. When Cove it starts to go away. And companies say Hey, come on, back to work. I don't know how many people will want to do that. Yeah, You're absolutely right. I The experts who've looked at this, the one with the human factors folks and the people that under understand office office homework relationships, and let's say that we'll never get back. So where we were, you know, obviously a lot of people going to be going backto officers. It may not be everyday though it may only be certain days of the week. There could be a satellite offices now instead of having everybody driving back to big central buildings. It has changed now and the you know, we hear new normal a lot, but But that's the reality. The old normal is not the way it's going to be like to be owning commercial real estate right now, Lauren before you know, you look in cities like New York where they have the know the giant office bill. My gun should I don't know how they're ever going to fill them again. I mean, you can never say never But so much has been based on everybody driving in or otherwise using transport to get into the central location. And it's It's kind of ironic in a way because for so many years, people have talked about remote work. And it took a virus to actually make it happen. You got that? Right? Lauren, Thanks for your input. Always appreciated. Amy Cockney Barrel has been sworn in as the latest Supreme Court justice at ceremonies at the White House tonight, she took her constitutional oath. The Supreme Court said in a press release that she will be able to start her new role after Chief Justice John Roberts administers sure, Judas Saloth on Tuesday as well. Justice Clarence Thomas administered the constitutional oath at the Monday night ceremonies at the White House. United States is warning it will destroy potential Iranian long range missile shipment's delivered to the Maduro regime in Venezuela, according to a senior official. They are going to get tough on that situation. Ah, long time pilot photographs, mysterious orange orbs and daytime skies over North Carolina's mountains. Incredible story there. What else is going on in the skies? Let's check in with Dr Sky Stephen Kate, say, Stephen, What do we have this week? Hello, George. We have a jam packed edition here and we talk about the moon as we talk about astronomy, some important information on this Saturday's Halloween Full blue moon. George. Here we go with Moon 101 Education for a moon to be officially known as full lie exactly 180 degrees from the sun and this last actually, for a very short time. We actually get a true alone on Halloween and all the way night for most of the Western atmosphere, the moon George will lie in the constellation areas and will be full at 9:49 A.m. Eastern daylight time. 6:49 A.m. Pacific Daylight time but most of servers, of course we'll see the moon on the evening of the 31st Halloween night. Not seen as a full Halloween full moon since 1940 foreign while zones of the U. S. This is incredible. And George, You missed this one plan on seeing jotted down October the 31st Halloween of 2039 these repeat in the 19 year period. It has to do with advanced physics of how the moon moves. But this moon George is also unique and that it will be a micro moon the farthest of over full moans of 2020 position we call apogee and some 252,000 miles distant. As opposed to the super perigee full moon that we had. But on April the eighth when it was 221 100,000 miles away, But the next closest full perigee moon, who's something fascinating, George. Well, the car on the night of May 26 2021. Yes, next year and guess what we get. We get to see a total lunar eclipse on that night two. Wow. Now, George, we shift the space with an important lunar discovery. NASA announced today an important discovery made by the NASA Sofia aircraft That's the aircraft that we reported and had a lot of fun, George a couple of years ago, you and Tommy were on that one. So it was great. That was one of the best flight of my life, and we hope to do it again. But the recent revelation is that water molecules exist on the surface of the sunlit side of the moon. And that's a team, of course, detected water molecules from a region of a large crater Tyco near the large crater, Clavius and this, of course, done in the infrared region of the spectrum, in which the Sophia does look through into space. His great news and provides for future manned missions, potentiality of producing and harvesting water. That's his Artemus missions in 2024 beyond, but we wrap it up, George with a live sky gets set. The Great Pumpkin Halloween Full Blue moon on Saturday as we talked about, but until then, observers right now, if you have a clear sky, give us Moon George looks like an egg shaped bones high in the sky. But in binoculars look at the lower part of the moon Impact crater. Tyco. We're all this water molecule area has been found. I gather easier to see in the lower left area of the moon. You can see it's the area of the movement has the giant ray system that looks like a big naval of an orange. Was allegedly hit by an impact of an asteroid 108 million years ago. First mapped in.
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"His radio, extendable determinist showers and thunderstorms 82. Right now. For Lauderdale, 81 in Hialeah. It's 12 O'clock, GOP led Senate Judiciary Committee having the votes to advance the nomination of Supreme Court pick Amy Cockney barrel to the full Senate for a vote next week. Democrats, though, boycotted the process and were no shows members. Replacing photos in their seats of Americans, they say will suffer if the Supreme Court nullifies the affordable care act. Case goes before the Supreme Court A week after the election, Barrett could be the deciding vote. ABC is Terry Moran says. The whole process marks a big change from the past. Up until 2017 senators could. Filibuster could insist that the Senate vote with 60 votes to confirm a Supreme Court justice and that forced people to talk to each other. Democrats blew it up for lower court justices in 2013, and then Republicans blew it up in 2017 to put Neil Gorsuch on the courts or in a different era. I'm Michelle Franzen, ABC News We're just hours away from the second and final presidential debate. The 90 minute face to face comes a day after federal officials announced Iran and Russia are trying to intimidate voters in Florida and other states, including pending emails claiming to be from the far right group, the proud boys among the six topics moderator Kristen Welker is expected to bring up his national security. But University of Miami professor David Steinberg predicts President Donald Trump and Vice President Joe Biden will focus on different things. Number one is for Trump is going to be the economy number one for Biden is going to be the pandemic. Nearly three million Florida voters have already cast their vote by mail ballots. Air cried Regus news radio 6 10, double the Audi and will have pre debate coverage kicking off at eight o'clock tonight, right here and it w dot com Florida Department of Health reporting the highest number of new covert 19 cases in two months. 5557 new infections today, along with 57 new deaths, Another airline is saying goodbye to the promise of an open seat next to you. Months ago, United and American did away with the open middle seat. Now Southwest will be joining them. Southwest saying based on science, showing that as long as everybody is wearing a mask that it's safe. That as of December 1st. Southwest will stop promising an open seat next to passengers. Delta in Alaska Airlines say they will keep blocking little seats until at least early January. That's ABC is Alex. Stone Stimulus talks are inching forward in Washington and Florida Senator Marco Rubio's urging action. The bill on this is probably going to be higher than I wanted to be, and I'm very uncomfortable with that, and all this rain is leaving south for two completely soaked in roads near impassable in low lying areas. The excessive rain as crews in Hollywood working round the clock. To keep roads clear, but it's easier said than done, City spokeswoman Joanna's, he says. Besides using barricades, storm drains and auxiliary pumps, crews are building berms to keep water off the roads. They are digging up areas where there is no protection at all. They're adding sand and gravel to keep it all in place, and then they're putting boulders. On top of that, she says. This raises the height of the land to make roads. Passable parts of Miami Dade and Broward remain under a flood. Watch until eight o'clock tonight. When did A news radio 6 10 W Y o D gonna look a lot different for target shoppers on Black Friday this holiday, the Minneapolis based retailer announcing that it stores will only be open during its normal hours instead of for early bird doorbusters. The changes because of the pandemic target and other stores say they want to limit crowds this shopping season. Morning is coming up to 12. 30 Rush is next. I'm Natalie Rodriguez News radio 6 10 w.
Senate Judiciary Committee sends Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination to full Senate as Democrats boycott vote
"And I'm Noelle King. Good morning, the Senate Judiciary Committee has advanced the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. Mr Chairman, the votes for 12 years and 10 not present motion is passed. Thank you. All 12 Republican senators voted for her nomination. The committee's 10 Democrats did not show up. They were boycotting the proceedings. NPR congressional reporter Claudia Gonzales has been following this story and the proceedings. Good morning, Claudia. Good morning. No. Well so fairly short today. This morning. What happened? Yes, it all went by very quickly, all said, and done and under 12 minutes. This is a very traumatic Shift from what we saw last week with hours and hours of testimony at least 20 hours of questioning Barrett by the members on the panel, both Republicans and Democrats, But today Democrats boycotted they did not show up. Republican senators on the Judiciary Committee sidestepped that no show to move barrettes nomination forward to the full Senate. Democrats said they were boycotting because they wanted to highlight the damage that bear it would do to healthcare, reproductive and voting rights and the fact that the vote took place amid a presidential election. And this is one battle. Democrats say perhaps the lose, but they're looking to win a bigger war. Graham alluded to that when he talked about the next vote on the Senate floor. Let's take a listen They started this On May For up to May that be a 60 vote requirement in the Senate today, and he's referring to the Senate filibuster there. This is a requirement of 60 votes that was once needed to approve a nomination like barrettes. But the filibuster was eliminated in 2013 as Democrats struggled to move their judges forward when they control the chamber with the tight margin, So that's what Graham is referencing, and he added later that perhaps this will be addressed again in the future. However, now that the Senate is controlled by Republicans with tight margins, they're able to push through barrettes nomination with just 51 votes. It's a preview of the battles to calm that this will go on after barrettes nomination this conversation even as far as she goes to the floor to be considered by the full Senate, and we see if Democrats ultimately changed the dynamics of power in the Senate or the presidency through the upcoming election day. How did Democrat to respond today? They didn't just say nothing right? Yes, there had been rumors for days that Democrats could boycott these hearings. They were facing a lot of pressure from outside groups to even skip out on the hearings last week questioning their it. But they decided not to do that last week. Instead, they did it to Dae. So later yesterday, they confirmed that they would all not show today they're empty seats were filled instead with images of Americans who have used the affordable care act. This is a case that could become it could be considered before the court next month. And so this is one critical issue They've been highlighting all along. They also held a news conference after the vote. This was led by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer on the steps of the Capitol is take a listen. The nomination of Amy Cockney Barrel. Is the most illegitimate process I have ever witnessed in the Senate, and her potential confirmation will have dire, dire consequences. For the Senate. With his Supreme Court and our entire country for generations to come. So this was the theme they've been driving through this entire process. Barrett will shift the court to a 63 conservative majority, and they say she's a foe to the affordable care act. The landmark abortion rights case, Roe v. Wade, and she could play a role. If there's a dispute in the election. This is activated activated opposition as well. There were protesters outside the capital. Speaking against this nomination, this resulted in about a half a dozen arrests so far today I spoke to Judiciary Committee Democrat Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut yesterday, said the watchword for them is no more business. As usual. He and the other members have been driving home this point that this is a sham process. It's not normal. It's not writing Americans should see it for what it is and probably see more of this in the coming days, because there is so much acrimony over this nomination. Yes, exactly So many reasons. We're in the midst of a pandemic. We're rushing this through in 30 days, one of the fastest, we've seen the fight over health care. And, of course, you know the division between Republicans and Democrats. Really. Exemplified by President Trump pushing this forward and so there's a long history as well of these fights over the Supreme Court in the controversy surrounding these nominations if we go back to 2016, Democrats try to move forward. President Obama's nominee at the time. This is Judge Merrick. Garland and Republicans refused because they said they were so close to an election months away. But here we are now people are early voting and they're pushing this through. So this is set into motion a series of debates to calm and we're even hearing about it from the Democratic nominee Joe Biden this morning. We understand he told 60 minutes that he's going to create A study a commission to bipartisan commission to study whether they should add more seats to the courts a lot more to come here, including next week, right what happens then? So tomorrow, the nomination for Barrett actually will reach the full Senate floor. It's going to be followed by some procedural votes on Friday, as well as on Sunday. In between, we're going to see a lot of debate an argument back and forth. But the rial final moment for this will come Monday when the full Senate will submit their votes for bear to confirm or vote against her nomination to the Supreme Court. NPR congressional reporter Claudio Gonzalez. Thanks, Claudia. Thanks for having me
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"And area Aldinger Defense warned of possible election interference in the 2020 presidential election from a foreign country. Now they say they have proof of President Trump's director of National intelligence, John Radcliffe announced the FBI has identified efforts by Russia and Iran to gather voter information, some voter registration information. Has been obtained by Iran. And separately by Russia. He said Iran has used the information to send spoof emails to voters and claim they were aimed at harming President Trump but did not say how they reached that conclusion. It comes as Florida law enforcement officials announced Wednesday they were investigating emails targeting Democratic voters threatening them if they didn't vote for Trump, Mark Malard. ABC NEWS No response yet from Iran. At a rally in North Carolina President Trump locked House Judiciary Committee chair Adam Schiff for pursuing an investigation into Russian influence in the 2016 and then shift that's where he bled. He said. It's Russia Did it is Russia. Russia, Russia, They probably think we're the wackiest people. Former President Obama campaigning for Democrat Joe Biden in Pennsylvania that this president wants full credit for the economy he inherited. And zero blame for the pandemic that he ignored. You know what the job doesn't work that way. Biden is preparing for tomorrow night's debate. The Supreme Court blocked curbside voting in Alabama. The justices tossing out a lower court order, which mandated state officials provide accommodations for physically challenged voters during the pandemic. Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee say they'll vote tomorrow just after 9 A.m. on Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrel. They made the change after Democrats said they plan to boycott the vote, Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer says, is there A sharp increase in covert 19 cases since that state Supreme Court struck down her restrictions. Your listening to ABC News.
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"What advice would you offer to those who are just now embarking on their legal career? And how should they define success and find motivation? Teo, you know, kind of quote, leave their best on the field if you will, at the end of each day. I think, you know. I loved the practice of law. You know, some professors Go to the academy because they don't enjoy practice that much. I actually really, really enjoyed practice. And then when I went to the academy, I really enjoyed that, too. I would say that, you know, especially when you're beginning your legal career. Often you're at an earlier stage in your life when you may have fewer other obligations or fewer family obligations and maybe more energy so that it's I guess I would just say, you know. Live life to the fullest. Seize all of the opportunities were listening to the Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Cockney Barrel before the Senate judiciary out all of the other precious things in your life like friends and family and And faith and exercise. I hada lot professor who told first years who are very, very anxious and setting Hardin exams to make sure that you give yourself time to go take a run. Go work out. I mean, I think all of those things that make up our lives apart from work, you can't be shoved aside At the same time, however, you should seize opportunities and pursue them. Keeping in mind your whole person? Yes, the whole person. Thank you. So when we sat down, Judge Barrett, I told you a little bit about my daughter, Libby. And she is studying prelaw right now, and she sent me a text this morning as we were in this room. And she said, I have to Fisk and article on Judge Barrett. So we had this discussion of Fisk ing a while back, so I had to ask her what it was. And I actually Googled it to make sure I had the the right definition. But Fiske ing the process of shredding a written argument line by line. Parsing the meaning and providing counterpoints. So their instructor provided the class different articles about you, and they have to go through now and Fisk. The article and and she said. Okay, so here's the whole text. I have to Fisk an article on Judge Barrett and Honestly, what an amazing woman So I just want Teo share that that little bit of encouragement that while there may be others on this committee that disagree I would share with you that there are thousands upon thousands of young women out there that see the role that you said, and I went through all of those descriptive words that my fellow members have shared. Through the course of these hearings, but those thousands and thousands of young women that see you as someone they can aspire to be, and I know that she is in a very diverse group of friends. They're racially different. They are religiously different, but they're all young warriors. All of these young women But they are very excited to have you in front of us. I would say that many of her friends are not Republicans, they would affiliate more with Democrats as well. But they do see you as someone they can aspire to be. So thank you So much for setting such a great example for women of all different thought processes. And what words of encouragement would you like to share with the young women like my daughter Livy. I would say, Teo, be confident Tio. See what she wants to have a plan. When thing I've often told my own daughters is, you know that you shouldn't let life just happened. Tio sweeps you along. You should Identify what your objectives are and identify the kind of person that you want to be, and then make deliberate decisions to make that happen. My dad used to tell us not to make a decision is to make a decision. So I would say, make decisions being know what you want and go get it. That is fantastic. And you know, I have four tenants that I live by or pillars of success and And those four pillars are leadership service, prudent risk and gratitude. And so you know, I would like just to give you a couple minutes. You've already spoken to a few of those. You've talked about service and what it means to serve your nation and you actually went through prudent risk and deciding To subject your family, your friends yourself to this process, But deciding it was for the greater good. I'd like to give you just a moment to express some gratitude as well. For those that have helped you get where you are today and share maybe how they mentored you along the way. Sure. Well, I mean, I think as for probably so many people in my parents were the ones so I wouldn't have to express the most gratitude for because you know, they've Gosh, they encouraged me at every step of the way. They've encouraged me and supported me and loved me and shaped me and given the values that I have, and then as I have Had my own family and my own Children. Then they've helped me by supporting me with my Children and reinforcing what they taught me. My professors and lost Feli we heard the other day from former Dean O'Hara was gracious enough to introduce me on the panel had so many wonderful professors. When I was in law school. I had so many wonderful colleagues. Once I joined the faculty when I was in practice. I had so many lawyers that I learned so much from and then we talked At great length about Judge Silverman and Justice Scalia, the judges for whom I worked, and so, you know, I guess they say it takes a village to raise a child. I think it takes a village to mentor anyone into who they become as an adult. And so I'm very grateful for the whole village that I've had. That's brought me to this point. Wonderful. Thank you very much. Judge Barrett. Thank you, Senator Booker. Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey Democrat, Your Honor. Hi, Senator. How are you? Okay. You know, I'm doing well doing well. I'm sure that that part of that smile is the fact that I'm the second to last I just want to jump right in because I actually found some of your responses to Senator Oh, no. I really compelling around the public charge issue and that you sent You dissented in the case, and if I could read it? You wrote that at the bottom. The plaintiff's objections reflect this agreement with the policy choice and even the statutory exclusion. Self litigation is not the vehicle for resolving policy disputes. Because I think the fastest definition is a rational interpretation of the statutory term public charge, but you were saying to her, but I really found compelling. That you were still leaving the door open for it to be capricious. Was that the word you used? Yes. So the standard of review under the Administrative Procedure Act would be arbitrary and capricious. So I said at the conclusion of the descent because the majority reached both I said the conclusion of the descent but I wasn't Resolving that issue because it hadn't been briefed before us. But I just wasn't expressing an opinion. I thought we needed a fuller record. So I did leave open the possibility that the rule would nonetheless be arbitrary and capricious. Yes, I said to you on our phone conversation. Trying to read all of your cases. It has been a Herculean task, as has probably years preparing for this so quickly on DSO I maybe I could just go back to asking Just a simple question. I hope you'll feel comfortable asking. It's just what I think is an obvious answer again..
"amy cockney barrel" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Amy Cockney Barrel Facing more questions from senators on the third day of her confirmation hearing, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham opening today's proceeding. This is the first time in American history That we've nominated a woman who's on it. Shame, lead pro life. And, uh, Embraces her faith without apology. And she's going to the court questions and Obama care an abortion sure to come up again today. At Tuesday's hearing, both Democrats and Republicans zeroed in on hot button issues on abortion rights. Barrett listed several cases she believes cannot be challenged. Roe v. Wade was not one of them. Crow is not a super precedent because calls for its overruling have never ceased. But that doesn't mean That Rose should be overruled. It just means that it doesn't fall on the small handful of cases like Marbury versus Madison and Brown vs the board that no one questions anymore. With continuing coverage. The Barrett confirmation hearing I'm Dave Packer, ABC News Well in big cities, The crime rates are skyrocketing during the pandemic, but in one area of Northern California crime is way down. It is news from your neighborhood in three minutes. Your voice can do your vote. No one will be safe, inviting. Can't even call it. We're here to make sense of it for you. Campaign 2020 on Sacramento's news Any 3.1 kfbk thiss isn't a grilled cheese I'm making. It's a melty masterpiece that deserves a kitchen worthy of greatness. Looks like my part is full of packages again. It also looks like my compulsive buying needs to change to compulsive saving. As I sit here on this couch, I decided to make some changes. Starting with this couch. I'd love to be looking out my window at a beautiful Backyard instead of a brick wall Time for.
"amy cockney barrel" Discussed on AP News
"Speaker Nancy Pelosi on additional Cove in 19 relief until after the election. President Donald Trump backtracked. Trump took to Twitter Tuesday night and called for Congress to send him a stand alone bill for stimulus checks. Trump tweeted. I am ready to sign right now. Are you listening? Nancy, The president also called on Congress to immediately approved $25 billion for airlines and $135 billion for the Paycheck protection program to help small businesses earlier. Tuesday. Trump had tweeted the Pelosi was not negotiating in good faith, and he asked Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to focus on confirming Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett. Might Gracia Washington AP News I'm Tim Maguire, Supreme Court nominee, Judge Amy Cockney Barrel tells the Senate Judiciary Committee. Her agenda is to stick to the rule of law and decide cases as they come. Like previous high court nominees. Barrett spent hours batting back questions about her personal views. I'm standing before the committee today. Saying that I have the integrity. To act consistently with my oath and apply the law as the law, including the one known as Obama care, which Democrats fear Barrett will help scrap after the Supreme Court takes up a post election challenge. But like with other issues, Barrett says she has no agenda. I'm not here on a mission to destroy the affordable care act. I'm just here to apply. The law buried also would not commit to recusing herself for many cases resulting from the election three weeks from today saw Girma agony. Washington President Trump Campaigning in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, claims Democrat Joe Biden would shut down the nation sleepy Joe Biden. His plan will crush America. And my plan. We're going to crush the virus very quickly. It's happening already. It's happening, according to Johns Hopkins University, more than 215,000 people have died in the pandemic in this country out of more than 7.8 million cases, both the highest of any country in the world. Biden campaigned in Florida today, where he told retirees and Pembroke pines that the only senior trump cares about is himself become painfully clear. Is this careless, arrogant, reckless covert response has caused one of the worst tragedies in American history. The only senior Donald Trump cares about. The only senior is a senior Donald Trump. Wisconsin governor Tony Evers says he hopes the folks holding trumps rally this week in the state will show some good judgment. Let's let's use common sense. Let's make people wear a mask, but some Make sure they're physically distant. This is AP News. Corona virus vaccine trial is on hold. Here's the AP, Shelly Adler, Johnson and Johnson executives say it'll be a few days before they know more about an unexplained illness in one participant that caused a temporary pause, and it's late stage covert 19 vaccine study. Such pauses are not uncommon in long clinical studies is some participants come down with an unrelated illness. The study of the one dose vaccine will include up to 60,000 people from many countries, the company expect Is to complete enrollment in the study in 2 to 3 months, I'm surely Adler more than 100,000 customers were caught in power outages caused by a storm in Washington state parts of Oregon. National Weather Service, issuing a wind advisory Ron Puget Sound and on the Washington coast. A 7 37 pilot reported the plane being hit by lightning at 18,000 Ft. Near Seattle. No damage reported. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News. Although Judge Amy Cockney Barrett didn't list people of praise among her affiliations on Senate judicial questionnaires last month, a records check shows that she lived with Kevin and Dorothy ran again in the mid 19 nineties, when she was a law student at the University of Notre Dame. The couple helped found people of praise in the early seventies, a group that opposes the legal right to an abortion and issue likely to come up during Barrett Senate confirmation hearing. Amy Barrett's father, Sir. For years as the head of the organization's nor leans branch and on its all male national Board of governors. Her mother was a handmade. It's a term used until recently to describe women entrusted to guide other female members. Jackie Quinn, Washington record show Supreme Court nominee Amy Kuney. Barrett previously lived in a house owned by the co founders of a secretive religious community, People of praise the teaches men are divinely ordained to be there. Head of family and faith. Although Judge Amy Cockney Barrett didn't list people of praise among her affiliations on Senate judicial questionnaires last month, a records check shows that she lived with Kevin and Dorothy ran again in the mid 19 nineties, when she was a law student at the University of Notre Dame. The couple helped found people of praise in the early seventies, a group that opposes the legal right to an abortion and issue likely to come up during Barrett Senate confirmation hearing. Amy Barrett's father, Sir. For years as the head of the organization's nor leans branch and on its all male national Board of governors. Her mother was a handmade. It's a term used until recently to describe women entrusted to guide other female members. Jackie Quinn, Washington J..
"She never answered the question": VP candidates' debate sidestep
"I'm John Aaron. And I'm Joan Joe's Teddy Gilman is our producer and a hand running mates in the presidential election clash in their loan debate. We have team coverage. President Trump calls testing positive for the Corona virus, a blessing from God. A sign of the Times officer sees counterfeit masks and test kits at our ports. I'm making clarity. It's 7 32. CBS News Special Report, Senator Kamala Harris getting tough on the virus that has claimed the lives of more than 210,000 Americans. At last night's debate. They knew what was happening and they didn't tell you The president said it was a hoax. Well, the President Trump has also as well received the Corona virus as more more than two of 20 people in his inner circle have also tested positive. Vice President Mike Pence defended the administration's response. President Trump's leadership operation Warp speed we believe will have literally tens of millions of doses of the vaccine before the end of this year. Another topic of discussion. The Supreme Court nomination, she gets a fair hearing. We particularly hope that we don't see the kind of attacks on her. Christian faith that we saw before let the American people fill that seat in the White House. And then we'll fill that seat on the United States Supreme Court. Nominations for Amy Cockney Barrel begin next week. CBS News Special Report 7 33 and the candidates also do plenty of dodging last night. W. GOP's Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller has more this debate was much better and more civil than the first presidential debate. But the two candidates also worked hard not to answer some of the most pointed questions. Vice president. Pence sidestepped the question related to the so called Super spreader event at the White House, and Senator Harris didn't answer when Pence asked her if Joe Biden would try to pack the Supreme Court if he's elected, neither candidate did anything major to hurt their respective campaigns. And while it was a solid debate, it's not likely it will change many voters minds and we're hearing your thoughts. On last night's debate. Frederick of Northwest D. C, called into the TalkBack line and said he was impressed with Senator Kamala Harris was more civil side scored. Good points, but I think Senator Harris, her passion and her convictions were a little more clearly stated, and I was especially impressed by her interest in moving our country forward in a new direction. Now Janet from Gaithersburg shared her disappointment that neither candidate answered questions head on. I thought that the debate was like a jeopardy show. Where the debaters gave their answers. And then Susan Page was supposed to come up with the question that match it because they certainly didn't answer the questions that she and come in problem in the debates, So we want to hear your thoughts as well. Give us a call at 8442821035. The next presidential debate is scheduled for a week from today in Miami. Still to come, President Trump offers an update on his health. It's 7 30 for our American aerospace and
"amy cockney barrel" Discussed on 710 WOR
"I would say this the fact that Trump and his entire team got the virus is such a bad look for Trump. It's ridiculous and it just completely It supports the idea that the mask is everything even though of course, we all know that the mask is ridiculous, but it does show that he's careless. It does show that he didn't take this seriously. And if I'm American voter somehow there's one left. That hasn't decided yet. He has to figure how do you vote for a guy who clearly didn't take that seriously? And now he's got it. I mean, it's a bad look, I do think that Trump is gonna lose. I don't know that they're gonna win the Senate. God help us. But don't you worry. When black lives matter takes over the country, they're not gonna come after a ritual like you completely ignore you because you're an appeasing liberal. I'm sure that they won't get to you and told the end don't work. You're Jeffrey, I I do fear that the Democrats could take control The Senate, in which case I do think if Mitch McConnell's Abel is able to get Amy Cockney barrel through, I think Without question. The Democrats will then expand the Supreme Court. They will pack the Supreme Court. Not even a question. You heard that Biden was asked about it repeatedly. I mean, granted, didn't understand the question. The 1st 16 clearly did not deny what's gonna happen. Is that the Republican state back the Senate on the White House? Let's say in eight years or whatever it's going to be after President Kamala is done destroying the country, The mills is packed the Supreme Court with a few more justices, and by 2050, that'll be what 48 judges justices of the Supreme Court. We'll be on the administration's going You're right. But look who started it all. So Mitch McConnell should take a deep breath and back off. That's all Democrats, please. It's Mitch McConnell bottle has followed the law and stop Supreme Court dressed in what you say four years ago looked But four years ago, Mitch McConnell was absolutely right by screwing Merrick Garland. Come on. Don't be a hypocrite like the rest of the votes, then that's why there won't be a hypocrite. Like the rest of them. Like Mitchell, the boats lending enough votes to push Merrick Garland through If they had the votes in the Senate, Of course, President Obama gave a damn about anything but who has the boat? Nobody cares about anything but the votes and the other thing to lend that you conveniently ignore. It was the Democrats who did away with the 60 vote rule to confirm justices. Come on, Len. Len? What? No, I'm just what were the scores again Land over the weekend. 17 to 9 the Rams speak the Giants. You happy happy Lichtman when I did watch some of the year and I, but by the way I saw from your tweets that you're you grew up a Brooklyn Dodger fan. I think that explains everything. Because you've known losing all your life, except for 55. Los Angeles divers now because your father was the Brooklyn Dodgers. Tonight, then follow. Obviously, I'm not a Brooklyn Dodger fans because they moved to Los Angeles in the late fifties. And of course I'm not 100 years old, like yours. A Maya fat old. Just tell me. Yes. You know very well that this your very When's the last time? You're right? What is the last time? Your room? Well, I know you call it a trainer. But when's the last time your eight came over and walk your around? We'll discuss this later. Thanks, Jeffrey. Love you, Jeffrey Lichtman. Always here with the lens singers. We appreciate that. Thanks, Jeffrey. Appreciate the time So Hey up next. How did Saturday night live? Do over the weekend. Len loved it, Of course, but not everybody thinks SNL. Is all that great anymore. That's coming up next day..
"amy cockney barrel" Discussed on KCRW
"With 36 days to go until the election. Amy Cockney Barrel has been nominated as the next Supreme Court justice of the United States and President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have vowed to get her confirmed before Americans go to the polls. My colleague Adam Liptak on what it all means for the court and the future of American law. It's Monday, September 28th. I stand before you today to fulfill one of my highest and most important duties. Under the United States Constitution. The nomination of a Supreme Court Justice Adam, it has happened, and so I wonder if you could tell us about the announcement that was held over the weekend. So on Saturday, there was a ceremony at the Rose Garden at the White House. That it was in one sense ordinary. It was the announcement of his Supreme Court nominee, but another sends quite extraordinary, at least, is a matter of timing. Over the past week, our nation has more on the loss of a true American legend. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a legal giant and a pioneer for women. It happened just eight days after the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. And just weeks before a presidential election, So you had the president trying to convey a kind of Business as usual attitude, even as we're hurdling toward something very different from the ordinary Supreme Court nomination, and there is no one better to do that..
"amy cockney barrel" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Who are Tio Lynch. This great woman also she's a member of some charismatic prayer group and they're attacking her for that. So what do you think is gonna happen? Paul, just take the temperature. I mean, you've already predictive powers have proven good in the past. So what do you think's gonna happen now? I think they'll they'll manage to get her through. I don't want to comment on whether Mr Trump is goingto win or not. I think it's 50 50, but I I'm praying that this woman is confirmed. That's all I can say. Yeah, yeah, It's gonna be a tough road, though. Just because of the attacks. I don't think there's any any issue with her getting through. At this point. It looks like Senate Republicans are gonna vote for Senate Democrats. By the way, I've already said they're not going to meet with her. They're not even gonna have conversations, right? No time in the office, no consulting, no advice and consent. They're just going to be obstinate, and they're going to throw a tantrum and they're going to refuse to meet with her. And then vote against her right because it's the president who's breaking the norms. You say he's the one is not following the Constitution. He's the one who's not doing his job. That's what the Senate that's what the Democrats are telling you. Meanwhile, they refused to meet with Amy Cockney Barrel. Of course, so they're going to make an informed vote, which is what we all want. We want everyone to make informed votes. We have Ah, lot of a lot of great guests on this subject this morning, Mary. We got Joe diGenova 705, D. J. Jordan has adopted some Children. We'll talk to him about that at 7 35 and Judge Jeannine Pirro will join us at 805 to talk about What is now? Unbelievably the hottest story in an already hot ear 6 24 male Washington's mall. Everybody's talking.
"amy cockney barrel" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Top local news every 30 minutes, and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it. Georges Republican senators expressed their support for President Trump Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrel. Senator Kelly Leffler, who was there for the Rose Garden ceremony prays Barrett's background and sterling qualifications, but says the worst elements of the left will come after her with everything they have Leffler pledge that Senate Republicans would have her back said To David Perdue calls Barrett and outstanding choice, saying she understands the importance of protecting our nation's founding principles. Senate confirmation hearings are scheduled to begin on October. 12th Jennifer Perry 95.5 WSB Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden today in Delaware says it's clear with President Trump is doing with his latest Supreme Court nominee. The Trump administration is asking the Supreme Court right now. As I speak to eliminate the entire affordable care act. Biden says many Americans would be hurt. If Obamacare does go down following oral arguments that'll happen in November. George's secretary of state is launching a quick and convenient way to securely track your absentee ballot. It's called ballot tracks the campaign launch to reassure Georgia voters. Their votes will be counted at once. Georgia voters sign up, He'll get either email or text message alerts on the status of their ballots. Notifications will be sent out when the absentee ballot application is accepted when it sent and if, and when it's accepted or rejected. You can register for ballot tracks at Georgia dot ballot tracks. All one word ballot A T R A X Dot net and Jews around the world and right here in Georgia, marking the holiest day of their faith..
Pelosi says Trump is in a 'hurry' to confirm Barrett so she can invalidate Obamacare
"Nancy Pelosi says President Trump wants a new justice on the Supreme Court so they can hear a big case about Obamacare. But I am concerned about is anyone Trump would have appointed was there to undo the Affordable care act on CNN's state of the Union? The California Democrat question Whether Judge Amy Cockney Barrel believes in Supreme Court precedent. It has previously upheld the Affordable Care Act, the nation's highest court will hear arguments on the constitutionality of Obamacare soon after the November election. Pelosi said the best response to Obamacare being threatened is to vote more
"amy cockney barrel" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Associate justice of the United States Supreme Court, calling buried a woman of unparalleled achievement. The nomination as you just heard made from the White House Rose Garden. Learned a little bit more about the bio of Amy. Cockney Baron is we heard her speak as well. She would be the president says the first mother of school age Children to serve on the Supreme Court. And the president said he wants the Senate to work quickly to confirm her calling on Democrats toe work with Republicans with the hearing a hearing that by the way, we're told, could begin in his little is two weeks it would be one of the quicker Of periods of time between nomination and confirmation hearing in the last couple of decades, certainly the quickest since Justice Anthony Kennedy's Nomination and hearing back in 1987 again. President Trump from the White House Rose Garden, introducing Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. Is the next nominee to the United States. Supreme Court. You're listening to Fox news radio. Let's head back now to the White House, Rose Garden and John Decker. As you point out, no big surprises. It was Amy Cockney Barrett and we heard a little bit from the judges. Well, we did. We heard her reaching out to Senator She realizes that the next step in this process is the confirmation process, which means confirmation hearings. And that means trying to reach out to Democratic senators who were cool to the idea of the president filling this vacancy before the president. The election. But you heard from Judge Barrett, who hopes to be Justice Barrett in a few weeks that she will work with any senator and prove to them that she is worthy of this nomination from the president of the United States again, Barrett just 48 years old would be among the youngest to serve on the U. S Supreme Court. Should she be confirmed to that position? Let's listen to a little bit of what Judge Barrett sketches the few moments ago from the White House Rose Garden. Amy Cockney Barrel will decide cases based on the text of the Constitution. As written. As Amy has said Being a judge takes courage. You are not there to decide cases as you may prefer. You are there to do your duty. And to follow the law wherever.
"amy cockney barrel" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Welcome Back to the show. We move from our discussion with Gerard Baker from The Wall Street Journal on Amy Cockney Barrel, at least in part on Amy honey Bear specifically as it pertains to her faith and how she's being raked over the coals by the left hand maidens in the D. C press corps, including a Villanova theology professor at present. In advance of her likely I think nomination tomorrow and confirmation shortly thereafter raked over the coals based on her religious beliefs. That's what's happening at present. But let's take a look at the summit substance of her record on other issues important to Individuals and their concerns about protection of their constitutional rights. Like their Second Amendment rights to help us do that. We're pleased to be joined by John Lott, president of Crime Prevention Research Center, author of the recently Released Gun Control Myths, politicians, The media and botched Studies have twisted the facts on gun control. John, Thanks for joining us can appreciate it great to talk to you took a look at Ah record on secondment rights of some of the short listers on President Trump's Nomination roster. What you find, I think from reading your piece of real clear politics dot com sort of my attitude about this. Let's go with the person who has the clearest record on matter so that we know where he or she is and is thus likely to be going forward. You conclude that Barrett has thie the clearest record in defense of second moment rights. That's really no question mean There are other judges who are under consideration really haven't had these types of cases. They may have a strong belief on this, but it's hard to discern the thing that's clear about Amy. There is not only she written on this topic, but even her worst. Detractors concede that she's extremely bright and that My guess is that has a lot to do with their opposition to her more than anything that they might point to as faras. Her views go. My academic research indicates that the biggest opposition that you find two judges because there's not a huge difference, usually in terms of their political views is how bright they are giving a simple example. And that is, my guess is it's pretty unlikely that you're going to be on any Juries. And there's a simple reason for that. And that is your very articulate, persuasive guy. And if the lawyers who are looking at the case thought that you were even slightly one way or the other likely to come out on the case, they would use one of their strikes against you, as opposed to somebody else who they're more certain is against them, but it won't Be able to go on pull other people on the jury panel. It's the same reason why lawyers object to other lawyers being jurors because they know that the members of the jury pool will give a lot of difference to the views of a lawyer who's a juror you the same thing when you're talking about Circuit Court nominations or Supreme Court justice is the fact that she right Powerful opinions that are very well argued. And in fact, when one reads the Second Amendment case that, uh, this cantor case, she, in fact shows how inconsistent a lot of liberals have been on this issue here, and it makes it hard for even justice is on the other side or judges on the other side of the case to go against the cancer cases interesting because It can cut a couple of different ways to politically I know that wasn't her point. But this 37 page dissent that she wrote in 2019, and it relates to a banning the categorical bans on gun ownership for people with felony records, which is a feature both in Wisconsin, where this case emanated and federal law, she argued, that cannot be reconciled with second point jurisprudence. It's just interesting because you know, a lot of people on the left would say in terms of like criminal justice, reform and people Owing ex offenders to get their voting rights back. You wanting to have them reintegrate into society be productive, and so that would also there'd be a lot of people say, Well, they should have their full complement of constitutional rights back to if they Prove worthy of re entering society peacefully. In some respects, That decision becomes a decision that cuts a lot of ways. Politically. It's not really a second Amendment argument, per se that she's making. She's making an argument with regard to constitutional rights. She's saying that if you have a constitutional right, the government has to provide some evidence that the rule that they have that's going to be violating that right. Is related to what they are hoping to have the outcome. So in this case, she's saying, OK, the government's making the argument that banning people who have a criminal record from having a gun. Build on a gun could be possible. There could be a new argument to be made there. But, she says, You know, it's one thing to go on band people who have a violent criminal history of some type, whether it be a felony or a misdemeanor. But, he says, if you're going to be banning people for all sorts of other reasons when we come back with crime prevention research centers John Lott junior I want.
"amy cockney barrel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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