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Senate confirms Merrick Garland as attorney general in 70-30 vote

Terry Meiners and Company

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Senate confirms Merrick Garland as attorney general in 70-30 vote

"News Washington, also in Washington today, veteran federal Judge Merrick Garland is headed to the Justice Department, the A's or 70. The nays are 30 and the nomination is confirmed. The Senate confirmed Garland as attorney general on a bipartisan vote. Garland never got a vote in the Senate after being nominated by President Obama to serve on the Supreme Court. In 2016. Republicans blocked the nomination, arguing that Supreme Court vacancy should not be filled during presidential election years. Republicans reversed course in 2020, confirming federal judge Amy Cockney Barry to the high Court on Lee weeks before

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"amy cockney barry" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"amy cockney barry" Discussed on KOMO

"To win this state way are going to For four years in the White House, Fightinfor Hiss part started the day in Ohio and spent the rest of his time in Pennsylvania Richard's unity over division We choose science over fiction. And, yeah, we choose truth over lies the Texas Supreme Court, rejecting the Republican average a toss 127,000 drive through ballots in Harris County, which includes the mostly Democratic city of Houston. And Justice Amy Cockney Barry joining oral arguments on the Supreme Court for the first time after a contentious confirmation battle that installed her just days before the general election. Those air your political insights I'm in as delicate Terra ABC News Signs of confidence from the Joe Biden Campas They forded into states that went red in the 2016 election. ABC chief Congressional correspondent Mary Bruce has been following the Democratic presidential nominee and his last frenzy day of campaigning. Biden starting the day in Ohio, assigned the campaign thinks the Red State is up for grabs. Then the boy from Scranton off to the state that could decide this election. Pennsylvania. The race is tightening Biden with steady but slim leave the candidate holding three back to back drive in rallies near Pittsburgh. Trump won Pennsylvania by less than a 30.4 years ago. Biden is hoping to make inroads with suburban and urban voters. Joe Biden president Trump crisscrossing key battleground states in this their final day of campaigning. Also at stake control of the Senate, maybe seize political director recline looks at what states Democrats are targeting. To win the Senate very much in play. Democrats will need to pick up Ah, net of three They're expected to lose.

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"amy cockney barry" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"amy cockney barry" Discussed on WSB-AM

"30 minutes and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it. And it is intention this weekend for debate on Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barry to the final confirmation vote for her nomination will be on Monday, eight days before Election Day. Nearly released. Court documents indicate a man found with a van full of weapons and explosive materials. They have been plotting to harm Joe Biden. This comes just days after we learned about a man in Maryland. Arrested for leaving a hand written note, threatening to beat and kill Biden and running mate Kamala Harris and weeks after the arrest of seven militia members in Michigan for allegedly plotting to kidnap and potentially killed Michigan's governor. CBS News Jeff Pegs reports the suspect with the Van 19 year old Alexander Tradesmen, pleaded not guilty and says he has Asperger's. But a judge ordered him to remain in jail and at game three of the world's Siri's. It was Ella doctors over the Tampa Bay Rays by 6 to 2 leads two games to one. Game for tonight. Eight. Await WSB news Time 11 03 a check on traffic and weather Next breaking news. First hand accurate at the top and bottom of every hour every day. 95.5 WSB had lot of news and talk. Are you registered to vote this year? Yeah, I'm registered. Well, you should vote Yes. On Amendment one. You know what that's about, right? Well, tell me more about it. So right now, politicians make back room deals to choose who they represent. Instead of us, the voters choosing them. That's partisan. Jerry Mandarin. Wait, So they're choosing what's best for us. See? That's why we must vote. Yes. On Amendment one on the November ballot. We must end partisan gerrymandering so that we can choose who represents us. An amendment one. I'll put new language taken from the 14th amendment and the Voting Rights Act into the Virginia Constitution. I see. So for the first time in 400 years, Amendment one will allow citizens direct involvement in the process.

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"amy cockney barry" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"amy cockney barry" Discussed on KTOK

"Obama right. He was all over the place, he said. He will not be our president, Former president was in Philadelphia, saying President Trump's behavior is on presidential president that goes out of his way to insult anybody who doesn't support him. Or threatened them with jail. That's not normal Presidential behavior. President Trump and Joe Biden debate for the final time tomorrow night. Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee say they will boycott tomorrow scheduled vote to advance the nomination of Judge Amy Cockney Barry to the Supreme Court. They say any nomination to the high court should wait until after the election. A magician known as the Amazing Randi, who famously teamed up with Johnny Carson on the 1972 episodes of the Tonight Show to keep props away from Murray Geller, who claimed to be able to bend spoons with his mind resulting in Geller, being unable to perform tricks has died. He was 92 Americas, listening From the Fox News Podcasts Network. The campaign with threadbare anchor off the daily briefing, co host of the five Dana Perino, Remember, you heard narratives all along that President Trump didn't really want to win, Or maybe he was gonna drop out. I never believed like he absolutely wants to win. He wants to win reelection so much that he announced his reelection effort on his first inauguration day. I think Joe Biden wants to win ish. Just one light is the fire in the belly is the hunger really, They're subscribe and listen now, like goingto fox news podcast dot com. We're a nation founded on principles on freedom with leaders have changed the course of human civilization. When we take part in democracy, we control our destiny. We exercise our rights and hold our leaders accountable and we always speak our mind. We may be separated by issues, but we're united by a common truth. America's ultimate power lies in her people. Democracy 2020, It's in your hands. Fox News America is watching. A Maryland man charged with making death threats against the.

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"amy cockney barry" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"amy cockney barry" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Clinton and Obama, right? He was all over the place, he said. He will not be our president. The president was in Philadelphia, saying President Trump's behavior is on presidential president that goes out of his way to insult anybody who doesn't support him or threatened them with jail. That's not normal Presidential behavior. President Trump and Joe Biden debate for the final time tomorrow night. Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee say they will boycott tomorrow's scheduled vote to advance the nomination of Judge Amy Cockney Barry to the Supreme Court. They say any nomination to the high court should wait. Until after the election. The magician known as the Amazing Randi, You'll famously teamed up with Johnny Carson on the 1972 episodes of the Tonight Show to keep props away from Murray Geller, who claimed to be able to bend spoons with his mind resulting in Geller, being unable to perform tricks has died. He was 92 Americas, listening From Fox News Podcast Network campaign with their girl, The Daily briefing co host of the five Dana Perino, Remember, you heard narratives all along that President Trump didn't really want to win. Or maybe he was gonna drop out or I never believed like he absolutely wants to win. He wants to win reelection so much that he announced his reelection effort on his first inauguration day. I thinkyou're Biden wants to win ish just won like is the fire in the belly. Is the hunger really, They're subscribing. Listen now, goingto fox news podcasts dot com. We're a nation founded on principles on freedom with leaders have changed the course of human civilization. When.

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"amy cockney barry" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"amy cockney barry" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"America. This is the Buck Sexton Show A and remember my DVD sexy. It's looking like Amy County. Barrett is going to be the next Supreme Court justice. But it's not done yet. You have to look and see what the schedule is, and it's supposed to get Reopened in a sense that this Thursday that's when the Senate can begin consideration. And then there's a whole bunch of Senate procedure stuff that comes into play and they can try. If they try to filibuster. There could be a motion to close YUR and You know ended and then they have another day and I got to reconsider and second base ago from Thursday, assuming the Democrats try toe try whatever procedural blocks they can, and I think that's likely just so they can show how Upset. They are can't really stop the process, but it can delay it and they can give more speeches and Cory Booker can look like he's going to cry at any moment. What is he always seems like he's about to cry. So that's what's likely to happen. Thursday opens up Friday. There's some process stuff they can reopen on Saturday, and I think Sunday is when it might actually be official in the books. This this coming Sunday, so right Right before Election Day. We may be in a place where you have a new Supreme Court justice Sunday. The 25th That's all assuming that things go as planned now so far. They haven't been able to come up with anything on Amy Cockney Barry to stop it. That's obvious. A CBS nomination has been moving along. And I have been surprised. That the Democrats honestly haven't made more noise about this. One idea that I have about this one theory is that they're so set on packing the court that they don't really That it doesn't really bother them as much Now they've just said OK, fine. You get a C B through we're going to add Two or three more liberal, far left Supreme Court justices. So who even really cares in the meantime? So I think that that may be a part of it. There was this Comments. That Pelosi made over the weekend about what she may be able to do about this nomination. Play 10. Last time we spoke, he said. Democrats had arrows in their quiver to block this nomination. But she seems like she's on a path to confirmation right now. Is this a done deal? Where is there? Still something Democrats conduce? Stop it? Well, it will see that I'm not in the Senate. I don't I don't. What I'm talking about is how we win this election because we have offset whatever a court. Whatever the outcome of this whatever this court may.

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"amy cockney barry" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"amy cockney barry" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Many expected fireworks in Washington this week is the country was introduced to Amy Cockney Barry, two faced 19 hours of questioning by senators on Capitol Hill. 48 year old Notre Dame law professor and judge on the seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. She served as a clerk to the late conservative Justice Antonin Scalia. Berit refused questions on how she might rule on such major decisions, including on whether a president has the power to delay an election. If that question ever came before me, I would need to hear arguments from the litigants and read briefs and consult with my law clerks and talk to my colleagues and go through the opinion writing process. So you know, if if I give off the cuff answers, then I would be basically illegal pundit, and I don't think we want judges to be legal pundits. Her originalist interpretation of the Constitution caused concern among Democrats, who argued landmark cases on healthcare and same sex marriage could be at risk should bear it fill the open seat that was previously occupied by the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Barrett had briefly assisted in the Bush v. Gore case in 2000. The Supreme Court will have not one, not two. But three justices. You, justice Cavanaugh and Chief Justice Roberts, who worked on behalf of the Republican Party in matters related to the Bush v. Gore case. Do you think that that's a coincidence? Senator Klobuchar fear asking me whether I was nominated for this seat because I worked on Bush versus Gore for a very brief period of time is a young associate. It doesn't Makes sense to me. ABC NEWS Senior Washington reporter Devon Dwyer is more on what role she could play in the event of an election dispute. This year. Cockney Barrett was just three years out of law school only 28 years old when our law firm sent her down to Florida to help fight for Republicans, in fact, to get absentee ballots in the column of George W. Bush back in 2000, by all accounts He played a pretty small role. It's hard to see how that will be a real conflict this year because the issues would be so different. Certainly the parties would be very different. But Judge Barrett did say that she would take even the appearance of a potential conflict into account when deciding whether or not she needs to Rick use at this stage for confirmation, is on track for a full vote in the United States Senate by the end of the month. Which means buying some significant unforeseen delay. If she will be on the Supreme Court. By Election Day. There was one surprising element of these hearings. They were pretty cordial, and it was something senators on both sides of the aisle welcomed. This was a hearing conducted with decorum and professionalism. I think that's something I think all of us Can you at least agree to? There's not as much bipartisan agreement when it comes to handling the Corona virus pandemic. Talks of a stimulus bill have stagnated as the impact of covert 19 shutdowns were reflected yet again in this week's job. Report, 898,000 Americans filed first time unemployment benefits last week, signaling a slowdown in hiring with the nation hoping to avoid a shutdown with winter looming. Cases of covert 19 are increasing across much of the US this week. Ohio in North Carolina both saw their highest single day surges since the pandemic began. Hospitalizations hit an all time high in Wisconsin is more restrictions were put into place El Paso, Texas, also announcing new restrictions, with E area recording highs in cases and hospitalizations. In the wake of these surges, many Americans are considering what they should do about their travel plans. With the holidays approaching one study released this week, conducted by United Airlines in partnership with the Department of Defense..

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"amy cockney barry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"amy cockney barry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Many expected fireworks in Washington this week is the country was introduced to Amy Cockney Barry to face 19 hours of questioning by senators on Capitol Hill. 48 year old Notre Dame law professor and judge on the seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. She served as a clerk to the late conservative Justice Antonin Scalia. There refused questions on how she might rule on such major decisions, including on whether a president has the power to delay an election. If that question ever came before me, I would need Thio here, arguments from the litigants and read briefs and consult with my lockbox and talk to my colleagues and go through the opinion writing process. So you know, if I give off the cuff answers, then I would be basically illegal pundit, and I don't think we want judges to be legal Pundits are originalist interpretation of the Constitution caused concern among Democrats, who argued landmark cases on health care and same sex marriage could be at risk should bear it fill the open seat that was previously occupied. By the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Barrett had briefly assisted in the Bush v. Gore case in 2000. The Supreme Court will have not one, not two, but three justices. You Justus Cavanagh and Chief Justice Roberts, who worked on behalf of the Republican Party in matters related to the Bush v. Gore kicks. Do you think that that's a coincidence? Senator Klobuchar fear asking me whether I was nominated for this seat because I worked on Bush versus Gore for a very brief period of time is a young associate. That doesn't make sense to me. ABC NEWS Senior Washington reporter.

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"amy cockney barry" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"amy cockney barry" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Like apple cider. It's not your committee. This is like a thread. Almost that now Halloween. This's listens. Lindsey Graham's committee. This is not by the way Lindsey Graham up by six points, apparently after They poured $57 million into his opponents. Lady J. K. I know that is you gotta stop that I'm up in the polls now. This is not this is not a place where we Ah! I deal in these sort of rumors, Thes platter and conviction. Yeah, it's definitely matter. He took it up a notch, though. It's you know, you're talking about having a giving up giving a cup of coffee. Tio Amy Cockney Barry. He took it up a notch when he said this. The hearing part is over. You can have two glasses of wine tonight. That's right. I have tea. Glad you liked white wine. A little sweet one. That's what I like. I like I did to you. And I like pouring a little bit some seven up making my own little birds in champagne. Yeah, that sounds awesome. Do you actually housewives watch on? What's your favorite? And I like Real Housewives of Atlanta. I like that seven girls. Seven girls did for May. Yeah, It's pretty cool. When two way we could make a sprint there and maybe like something I would do it over Zoom and invite some of our friends and we can watch it and chant together and have fun. So cool. It's later a CB living made her a C B because of Ah R B G A O c. Now we've got Republicans have won two. That's fantastic, Lindsay. How's your sister? My sister? She's great. Thanks for asking. It's nice of you to ask. By the way. I need more money. My God, I am Dan. Yeah, but Europe by six points. Not too bad after $57 million poured into the Opponents coffers. And I love this. I'm talking to Lindsay. Now that lady G. All right. So let's do some open mind. Yeah, this This lady's upset with us, Eric. Apparently, Lady G cans, diamond eyes, doesn't it? Maybe lady Gee, that left this open mic. I don't listen to Debbie Espy.

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"amy cockney barry" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"amy cockney barry" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"New cases of cover. 19, which becomes the largest daily never reported during the pandemic. Hospitalizations rising with 151 new admission 17 new emissions into the I C U And 16 you deaths in Kentucky Governor Andy Bashir reporting over 1300 new cases take out the backlog cases that came in last week. I think a week ago from Lexington. This would be our single highest. It's not where we want to be right now. 70 70 deaths were also in the report. Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb saying today the pandemic isn't over Stage five is not The stage. Where the checkered flag comes out. Five is not excuse for Indifference or irresponsibility. Just the opposite. The state's mass band aid has been extended. The governor being tested her covered 19 today after the state's health commissioner announced that she had tested positive along with her daughter and grandson. Dr Christina Box and the two others are asymptomatic. Indiana reporting close to 1200 new cases today with 14 new deaths, the third day of Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Amy Cockney Barry Going nine hours being questioned today, she again refused to give her opinion on hot button issues that on on abortion climate change in the affordable care act. Senators will hear from eight outside witnesses tomorrow. A vote on her confirmation is expected to come later this month. Ebola soccer action FC Cincinnati at home tonight and Dipper Stadium against Columbus Crew s C and they're hanging onto a lead right now is they're entering at a time leading 2 to 1 right now and see if we get you an update on how that game is going. And it looks like it is just gone. Final. FC Cincinnati beating Columbus True SC tonight to one from Nippert Stadium. MLB postseason action Right now top of the eighth inning, the Los Angeles Dodgers leading the Elena Praise 15 01 in Game three of the National League Championship Series. Dodgers putting 11 runs across the plate in the first standing alone. Right now Game three games for the American League Championship. Siri's it is the Houston Astros looking the Tampa Bay Rays by a score of one, Nothing bottom of the third. That game could be heard on ESPN. 15 30, the Rays trying to sweep the Siri's in advance to the world. Siri's our necks Updated to 10 o'clock I'm Sean Gallagher News radio 700 WLW Progressive presents.

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"amy cockney barry" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"amy cockney barry" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Much for being here it is. The mike room had show We're awaiting judge barrettes, opening comments from the Senate Judiciary Committee. And as soon as she has sworn in, we will bring those comments to live here. If you are at work wherever you are. Just download that Katie Air News. Apple will notify you when that happens. You can listen on your device from the AP. The president's health. The White House physician has said that the president is clear that he is ah that he is not showing any symptoms and he has tested negative. The president has said he feels great. Matter of fact, this is what the president said about his test. I've been tested totally negative. I'm going to be out in Florida tomorrow, working very hard. Because this is an election. We have to win. This is the most important election of our lives. And I agree with him at that with that statement. Is that the most important election of our lives? He's working hard to do this, and he says he's tested negative. The White House physician says he's tested negative. So he is going to be having an event in Florida. I believe tomorrow. We're going to be getting here in Arizona. A visit from Donald Trump Jr Donald Trump Jr will be in Arizona Wednesday. He will come on the show. Tomorrow. He'll be on the mic broom head show at 9 15 tomorrow morning. So again another reason to download the app. If you're not listening at that time, you'll get notified so you can Should be an interesting conversation. If they're paying very close attention to the state of Arizona. How much will the president getting Covad 19 and how he handled getting covert 19? Not just him. But how many people within the White House got it from that. What seems to be that event at the Rose Garden for the announcement was made of the nomination of Judge Barrett. How much of that? We'll hurt him, or will it hurt him in the election, and I'll be honest, I don't know The answer to that. I know what Trump supporters. It hasn't hurt him at all. And with Trump detractors, they couldn't hate him anymore. Will there be a lot of voters in the middle? That feels someone had said earlier. You know, if you can't take care of yourself, How are you going to take care of us that will that sentiment. Be resonate with the people in the middle. And right now, that's what it's all about Anybody that's undecided the people that are going to vote they feel it is their obligation. My biggest fear after the first debate was that people would walk away from the process that people If you're not emotionally connected, will walk away and that's one of the biggest issues and I compare politics to sports all the time. You've got people that are diehards that will no matter what they're invested their invested their invested. You've got very casual fans that will show up for a big game. But what you need are the people. That are generally invested but are prone to leaving, which is when you see controversy or scandal within a sports organization with a player. You generally see them act swiftly because they don't want to run off the fans. They know the diehards aren't going anywhere. But they don't want to run off those casual fans that will move in and out. And that's one of the concerns. I believe from both campaigns right now is disengagement by those voters that are non committal. Are you gonna have voters in the middle? That just so you know what? I'm sitting this one out? I don't like either one of them. I'm not vote for the lesser of two evils. I don't like the way they behaved during the debates. I don't like this about Trump. I certainly don't like this about Biden. So I'm out of the process. They're trying to stay away from that. They have got to try to engage those voters and say it's imperative that you have your voice heard. In which ever candidate is able to do that better is gonna win this election. There's no doubt about that to me. I think that's the way it's going to go. But how bad will any of this matter or is this more? We got to go to Amy Cockney Barry's making her opening statement. Let's go to that. You sure this is not Ranking member Feinstein and members of the committee. I'm honored and humbled to appear before you today as a nominee for associate justice of the Supreme Court. I think the president for entrusting me with this profound responsibility as well as for the graciousness that he and the first lady have shown my family throughout this process. I think Senator Young for introducing me as he did at my hearing to serve on the seventh Circuit. They also thanks, Senator Bron for his support. And while she could not be with us via the satellite I am also grateful to former Dean Patio hair of the Notre Dame last school. She hired me as a professor nearly 20 years ago, and she has been a mentor, colleague and friend. Ever since I thank the members of this committee and your other colleagues in the Senate. We've taken the time to meet with me since my nomination. It's been a privilege to meet you. As I said, when I was nominated to serve as a justice, I'm used to being in a group of nine. My family. Nothing is more important to me, and I'm very proud to have them behind me. My husband just and I have been married for 21 years. He has been a selfless and wonderful partner. Every step of the way I once asked my sister. Why do you think marriage is hard?.

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"amy cockney barry" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"amy cockney barry" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"His radio, 6 10 w We're taking a look right now. It stopped. The radar, Nice and study for the most part this afternoon could see a return of showers and thunderstorms. So far, none of that we've got 91 degrees and Kendall 90 degrees right now out of Miramar and also in Fort Lauderdale. Nearing that as well. It is now coming up on 11 0 to the ongoing cooperation hearing Project, Amy Cockney Barry to the Supreme Court members of the Senate Judiciary Committee on both sides of the aisle. Making their case is not so much for weather. Barrett should be confirmed, but whether any nominee should be confirmed so close to Election Day. Republican Senator Chuck Grassley, saying the Senate is called at this moment to carry out the confirmation. The Senate is now tasked with carrying out perhaps its most solemn duty. Under the Constitution. Democratic Senator Dick Durbin of Illinois, during his statement, remarking on the unseemliness of the fast tracking on these come from And having a connection problem there as well. It's now coming up on 11 03. We're getting ready for a presidential visit here in the state of Florida tonight. President Trump just a few days after being diagnosed with covert 19 plans to hit the campaign trail in central Florida. But as the president does so more than 30 states are reporting new rises. In cases of covert 19 public health officials are once again ringing a warning bell for Americans to take the necessary steps to slow the spread. The case's numbers are rising in large numbers of states for about 35 40 states. As you said hospitalizations were going up. And typically, deaths follow about 2 to 3. Weeks after opposition start rising. And so I am worried the CDC models all suggest we're going to see a lot more deaths in the weeks and months coming. That is Dr Asheesh John dean of Brown University's School of Public Health. Resident Trump Tonight will be speaking at Orlando Sanford International Airport at seven o'clock and Joe Blood and also has plans to come down to South Florida tomorrow with two speaking engagements, one in Miramar and one in Pembroke Pines. Coming up on 11 0 for and if you're spending this Columbus Day on the water, the Coast Guard wants to remind you that they will be out there as well. Keeping you company with police fire rescue in Florida Fish and Wildlife Cruise. Be patrolling Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic waters conducting safety checks. All voters need to wear life jackets have afloat plan to give to friends or family. And, of course, remember to boat sober. Take a look on Wall Street right now. Trading getting away this morning in positive territory. The Tao also trading ahead this morning as well as the NASDAQ and the S and P..

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"amy cockney barry" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"amy cockney barry" Discussed on WTOP

"On 95 out of Fredericksburg but before the center Port Parkway and just stay alert along the right side, Married to pump the W T O be traffic 17 4 meteorologist Lauren Riggins. I see all that rain coming up here along the radar wins a common What we are going to see it through the mid morning and that'll be the time it gets to the D. C area. 10 11 even noon. That's when we'll see advance into Maryland. But it's moving from the south of the north. Right now. The rain is south of Richmond. But it is ah, whole line of rain, so pretty much all of Southern Virginia having rain and if you take a line and cut horizontally in half Virginia and half the rain to the south, and we're driving to the north, but that a whole line of rain again advancing north as we go through the middle part of the morning into the afternoon. By late this afternoon, we'll have rain and it's gonna be steady Modern. At times it's muggy, and it's warm Temperatures around 70 Today. Rain continues overnight through much of the day tomorrow, tapering off tomorrow afternoon tomorrow evening. Tempter summer Upper sixties could have upwards of 2 2.5 inches of rain possible on the ground, minor flooding around the area. I'm not really concerned about that. I think we could have some poor drainage areas that season flooding as well as some streets, streams and creeks. But for the most part, just a good old soaking rain coming into our area. By the time we get into Tuesday, humidity drops, we returned to sunshine. Tuesday Wednesday Thursday beautiful and then range. Ince's returned with another front by Friday. 66 right now in Washington, Annapolis in 66, Baltimore, in French, Birgit 65. Thanks a lot Lord, and it's now 7 12 and new this morning in Montgomery County Police are investigating a deadly crash in German town. A car ran into a tree on Ridge Road and Morning star Drive just before one o'clock this morning, police tell w. T O p a 20 year old man died at the hospital. An 18 year old woman died at the scene. Their names have not been released yet, nor has a cause of that accident. Maryland governor Larry Hogan, along with three Republican governors in New England. I've decided not to join their Republican peers in signing a letter that urges the Senate to confirm Judge Amy Cockney Barry to the U. S. Supreme Court. 20 for the nation's 28. Republican.

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"amy cockney barry" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"amy cockney barry" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Timely Scylla Sarah the first presidential debate with a number of fiery exchanges between President Trump and former vice president Biden, one of them on health care where President Trump went after bite over his plan, bigger problem that you have Is that you're going to extinguish 180 million people with their private health care that they're very simply not true. Biden took shots at the president for trying to dismantle the affordable care act. While we're in a pandemic. What's at stake here is the president made it clear he wants to get rid of the affordable care act. He's been running on that he ran on that, and he had been governing on that accuse the president of not having a plan when the virus showed up in the U. S. And he said he still doesn't have a plan. The two candidates also sparred over the nomination of Justice Amy Cockney Barry to the Supreme Court. She sat down with some senators today. Vice President Mike Pence, escorted Judge Amy Cockney Barrett into the Senate for a day of meetings with Republican leaders and Senate Judiciary Committee members. Texas Republican Ted Cruzes there, it makes good on President Trump's promise on judicial nominees and when the Senate does, so we will be honoring the promise we made to the American people. To confirm principled constitutionalists to the Supreme Court. Some Democrats have said they do not intend to meet with the nominee, rejecting the Republicans plans for a confirmation before Election Day. The Judiciary Committee is scheduled to begin hearings with Judge Barrett in two weeks. A floor vote could come by the end of October on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News Former Atlanta City councilman, Kwanza Hall and former Morehouse College President Robert Franklin have advance to a runoff in today's special election to fill the remainder of the late John Lewis's term in Congress. Paul and Franklin led five other candidates in Georgia's fifth Congressional District. But no one won a majority. America is listening to Fox News. Exports our force. We're talking all time. Most.

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"amy cockney barry" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"amy cockney barry" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Presidential debate with a number of fiery exchanges between President Trump and former vice president Biden at one of them on health care where President Trump went after bite over his plan, bigger problem that you have Is that you're going to extinguish 180 million people with their private health care that they're very simply not true. Biden took shots at the president for trying to dismantle the affordable care act. While we're in a pandemic. What's at stake here is the president made it clear he wants to get rid of the affordable care act. He's been running on that he ran on that, and he had been governing on that by accuse the president of not having a plan when the virus showed up in the U. S. And he said he still doesn't have a plan. The two candidates also sparred over the nomination of Justice Amy Cockney Barry to the Supreme Court. She sat down with some senators today. Vice President Mike Pence escorted Judge Amy Cockney Barrett into the Senate for a day of meetings with Republican leaders and Senate Judiciary Committee members. Texas Republican Ted Cruz says there it makes good on President Trump's promise on judicial nominees, and when the Senate does so way will be honoring the promise we made to the American people. To confirm principled constitutionalists to the Supreme Court. Some Democrats have said they do not intend to meet with the nominee, rejecting the Republicans plans for a confirmation before Election Day. The Judiciary Committee is scheduled to begin hearings with Judge Barrett in two weeks. A floor vote could come by the end of October on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News, former Atlanta City councilman, Kwanza Hall and former Morehouse College President Robert Franklin have advance to a runoff in today's special election to fill the remainder of the late John Lewis's term in Congress. Hall and Franklin led five other candidates in George's fifth Congressional District, but no one won a majority. America is listening to Fox News. America in 2020 is in crisis. Business has had been booming, but the Corona virus has ground them to a halt. America is still the number one oil and gas producer in the world and energy consumption is not going away..

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"amy cockney barry" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"amy cockney barry" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"As they learned about it, she will become less and less popular. Schumer, speaking in New York City, after Barrett was formally nominated After the Baron nomination, the president took off for a Saturday night campaign rally in Pennsylvania. I just come from the Rose Garden of the White House, where I probably nominated Judge Amy Cockney Barry. Your marriage is a brilliant legal mind and extraordinary scholar. You know that President Trump rallying supporters tonight in the battleground state of Pennsylvania. Gunfire erupted early Saturday in a gathering of motorcycle clubs in Iowa, killing one person, wounding seven others. It happened in Waterloo, about 90 miles northeast of Des Moines. America is listening to Fox News. Now what's trending on W B a p and w dot com. It's ni Know, too. I'm Steve. Coming at the W B a 24 7 news desk. Texas is still allowing straight ticket voting after a judge blocked the GOP effort to get rid of it. This means residents can vote for all candidates under one party with a single ballot. Mark U. S District Judge Marina Marmolejo decided yesterday. The charge would have pulled creative mess lines of the Poles and increased the amount of time voters are exposed to covert 19 and quote It also would have meant recalibrating voting machines or re printing ballots. Around two thirds of people who voted in the 2018 general election in the state used the straight ticket option. Dallas County health officials this evening report. Two more people have died from the Novell Corona virus. They also announced 415 confirmed cases of which 244 are considered new. At least 225 School age Children have been diagnosed with the Corona virus during the week of September 19th, an increase from the previous week. The county's positivity rate is also slightly increased from 10 to 11.9% in one week's time. Child sexual assault bill being pushed by Senator John Cornyn is a step closer to becoming law. Jim Forbes has more. It was named after Jenna Quinn, who was abused by her father's best friend, starting when she was just 13 years old. Actually, views really is a silent epidemic. It's estimated one and four girls and 16 boys are sexually abused before the age of 18. The legislation passed the Senate and now has been introduced in the House. It is modeled after similar legislation, which has been in effect in Texas for.

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"amy cockney barry" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"amy cockney barry" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"White has where I proudly nominated Judge Amy Cockney Barry. President Trump Has he began his great American comeback event outside Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, tonight after nominating Barrett a bit earlier in the evening is a brilliant legal mind and extraordinary scholar. You know that number 100 class. You know, the professor, one of the most respected people, he said, the greatest student he's ever had. That's pretty good. That's a little better than biting wouldn't use that He should be running for president. A number of Democrats releasing statements on their opposition to Barrett. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer held a news conference, saying Barrett would undo everything that Justice Ginsberg had done on the court. And he said the nomination would mean less healthcare for 100 million Americans. A case involving the Affordable Care Act is set to go before the Supreme Court this year. With strong opposition by Democrats, could they derail the nomination? The short answer is no. The numbers are there in the U. S Senate right now to make this nomination go forward in the timeline that the Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Lindsey Graham wants it to. And the votes appear to be there to confirm Amy Cockney Barrett for that ninth seat on the U. S Supreme Court, there is very little That the Democrats can do even to slow down this process. So as we all know the president like her confirm, taking her place on the U. S Supreme Court before November 3rd before Election day boxes, John Ducker one person was killed seven others wounded early this morning in Iowa when gunfire erupted at a motorcycle club in the town of Waterloo. No arrests have been made. America is listening to Fox News. Sportstalk with Jason Ed and veto the voice of Big Tex waved goodbye for the last time Bob Boy World famous for its big Tex died. Give the people contacts who's Big Tex? Big Texas A statue of the state. They're that big, crazy dude out on fired! Yes, it is the voice of it. Hi. Welcome to the state Fair of Texas eat corn dogs and drink a lot. What time is it? I'm not going to say that you say it. It feels 5 16. Oh, you still so very afternoon 4 to 6 on NewsRadio K O B..

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"amy cockney barry" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"amy cockney barry" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"There are a lot of things that people don't realize that she was so impactful, and I think it's I think it's great that people are really taking interest in our legal system are our justice system and you know a woman who is going to be an icon forever. Well, I think that it comes once in a while to pass that we have somebody who's been in the public eye who really does have an impact. Who's not political. Remember her best friend was end in Scalia. Nobody could have been further away from philosophies than the two of them were, But yet they spent socially their time together at the court and on their own much time together, and she freely said. That he was her best friend. So I thought it was pretty interesting that when it comes to that there were people that profile it for sure, but not as many people paid attention to it. And maybe what? You're gonna ask the question. Why should they? What's so unusual? Okay, So let me politically speaking, Richie. You're on one side. You've got plenty of friends who are on the other side. It just maybe don't talk about politics or half about your points of view, And that's the way it audibly. What the hell difference does it make? So you like I've got different Is that four? What's the What's the difference? I. Here's the difference. Okay? I respect their points of view. I made not disagree with it, but I accept their reality and respect their point of view. Because if I deny their points of view I cannot have a conversation with them. And maybe have them see my point of view. So perfect case in point is the gay guy that lives across the street from me that voted for Obama twice Now he texts me every night and can't wait to vote for Trump. He's so excited to have this conversation with me. Why did you want of me? I mean, he's a dink. He and his partner makes a wide money and do income. No kids. You guys have never heard that I got. My gay marriage was like only the Democrats or anything, but, well, my gay friends who are married are actually Depending on what happens with the Supreme Court. Gay marriage has been given and taken away in the past, and it could be it could be done again. So I don't know if he really wants your taxes cut. Well, good for him, and I don't think you that's your I think we I give you as much rope on that one. If you want, Victoria, I don't think any of those things are going to change. I just don't The country as upset as it is and is confused as it is on DH is right wing in some parts of it are in left wing is other parts in there that you shall meet. You know what? That's that's not play of the left for a long time. This. The threatened to take away abortion threatened to take away rights threatened to take away because they have been taken away before. That's why it's not there and taken away when I was there. No growth they're going. Excuse me. One of one abortion was not legal there Roe v. Wade all if you I mean, we know this. We've talked about this in the D. J B show. What do you mean, Since that isn't what I'm saying is since then, there are so many cases that are that are working in the lower court's already that are going to end up on the Supreme Court and Roe v. Wade will be. It will absolutely go all the way back up to the Supreme Court. And you know, whoever Trump chooses he has. He has made no bones about it. It's going to be a pro life judge. There shouldn't even that shouldn't even be a term. It should be. Someone who hold with holds upholds the law. Cavanaugh actually said it was it was considered settled law. That's not any of the answers that we've been getting from Amy Cockney Barry Forever name is we haven't we've. She's definitely not said that So a lot of a lot of women, I think, rightfully so our concern. Maybe it won't happen. Great. It's not like we're wishing for this to happen. But you know if you're if you're turning a blind eye and just saying Oh, everything's going to be fine. That's that's that's ridiculous, saying that it's going to be fine, but I think that somewhere deeply rooted in the minds of the psyche. Of Americans who have a clue know that this is not something that you can trifle with. You can bake a lot of noise about it and make what can you do if the Supreme Court is Max and some of these other places they just love to beat away at that, But take away the news media. But if you're just a regular person who supports a woman's right to govern her own body And then the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade. What can an average person do nothing. There's nothing you can do about it. But getting to that point where we have see we've gotten into that same thing. We're having the same argument. That we've had for years. It doesn't go anywhere. So it's 16 past the hour. This the note is near. 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