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Fresh update on "attorney general ken paxton" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 min | 20 hrs ago

Fresh update on "attorney general ken paxton" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"But if you are showing symptoms when you test it's negative you need to think about what you could be sick with Because it might be a cold or the flu or strep but don't think you shouldn't isolate anyway A negative antigen test when you have symptoms is reassuring in the fact that you probably didn't infect somebody at that time So it's reassuring me and you didn't put other people at risk but it's still maybe the case that you have COVID-19 You just weren't contagious when you took the test John Doe and WTO P news In other news this morning more than four years after two U.S. park police officers shot and killed a man in his Jeep off the Parkway 9 attorneys general are asking a higher court to reconsider charges against those officers After state prosecutors appealed a U.S. district court judge's decision finding federal officers Lucas vineyard and Alejandro Amaya immune from local charges in the killing of bijian gazar 9 attorneys general are filing to support that appeal D.C.'s Carl racing and Maryland's Brian frosh are among those asking the Court of Appeals to reconsider the case against the park police officers who killed the 25 year old unarmed maclean man after a stop and go chase up the GW Parkway in 2017 Megan clarity W TOP news Double DT opens time Wednesday morning midweek January 19th At one 38 in the morning.

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 Judge orders halt to Texas mask mandate ban in schools

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Judge orders halt to Texas mask mandate ban in schools

"A federal judge in Texas rules Republican governor Greg Abbott broke a federal disability law by banning masks in schools U. S. district judge Lee Yeakel in Austin Texas side with the disability rights group ruling that Republican governor Greg Abbott violated the Americans with disabilities act which protects disabled students access to public education he will also prohibited state Attorney General Ken Paxton from suing local school districts the ignored the governor's Bana masks in schools the nonprofit disabled rights Texas argued that Abbott's panda mask prohibited accommodation for disabled children particularly vulnerable to covert nineteen messages seeking comments from habits in Paxton's office were not immediately returned on Wednesday I'm

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"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:01 min | 4 months ago

"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"All right so attorney general talk about the new second amendment bill. That was just passed. That has everyone freaking out of what's happening in texas. Well it's a long time coming. I've been in favor of this forever. You don't have to have a permit to for free speech. You don't have a permit to go exercise your faith. I don't think you should have to have a permit to carry under the second amendment so in texas we now have that we have constitutional carey which allows people to carry concealed or out in the open without going through the government to get permission. Well that's terrific and so are there any. Are there any possible legal challenges to this. I'm sure some groups are going to try. Robert francis o'rourke who calls himself beta was making all sorts of videos about this and saying it's the worst thing ever. But i don't think that's gonna hold up in court. No i mean i have. No doubt will get sued. We'll end up defending that law and will you know that's one of those cases that could could all the way the supreme court who knows either way i think we're on si- obviously solid legal footing with the constitution. It's kind of the basic of our of our of our country. So i feel i'm encouraged. It took a long time to get this through era. I was enlisted for twelve years. We were never able to get it through and finally this session happens. I'm really grateful. So let's talk more. Broadly now just about texas is texas at risk of going. Blue harris county seems to be a blue county now vallis counties whatever it is. What are you seeing on the ground. And how can people help. Were absolutely a risk of going blew. It would have happened this time. Had we not fought these lawsuits. I it's all about whether we can protect the integrity of our elections and that is a constant battle. And that's why this election bill was was passed. And we've got to be vigilant. I think there's another bill. They're considering on on on looking at. Its potential type. Audits like you guys are doing here. I think we've got to do that to make sure that our elections are fair and that people can trust them because once you lose if we lose control in texas. I'm not sure that we'd ever get it back because if they open up mail in ballot let elections. We're gonna end up a lot more fraud and we may never be able to take it back and so it's pretty important that we secure elections now. Because you know you go to california. There's a lot of valen ballots. And i don't know if we'll ever know if there's a fair election california oregon or washington right. If you're conservative you can move to texas and be part of keeping it read and so also i want to ask you about the fifty two democrat. How many democrats left was it. Fifty two of them. That's about that's about the number. Are they going to be able to be arrested. And if not. i don't understand how that's possible. So yeah we took that We were in court over that we were. We had a local judge in travis county. Tell us that the the that those democrats couldn't be arrested so we took it to the expert court and got that undone webs. Actually what's called an expert here. We weren't even we weren't even at the hearing to defend what we thought was state law and so we got that overturned so those democrats are actually back. And that's why we're able to have the core to go past the The election integrity. Bill and the other bills and i will say this. I give governor abbott a lot of credit. He kept calling back and it made it difficult for the republican. Legislators and even the democrat. Legislators there were actually there all summer not not being able to go work because they only get paid six dollars a month plus their per diem but they. There weren't able to go back to their jobs. They weren't able to be with their families. They weren't able to take vacations. It was very challenging for those who had to go beyond the regular session which is five months and we have a citizen and these people. They work basically for free so it was very challenging. I think very unfair for the democrats that left put everybody else in that bad situation especially the that left and then went on vacation to europe. And the bahamas or wherever they were while they're back now and we'll see what helped i hope they're back only because there's you know there's some more movement needs to happen but it looks like texas done it. It looks like texas has signed these voter integrity bills into law. And this has been one of the more productive sessions i've ever seen from texas legislature. You know i'd have to agree. I was in legislature for twelve years years. The house two years in the senate. And i thought the best one i've ever seen was two thousand three and this one walnut perfect accomplished a lot of really great things better than a lot of sessions. I've i've seen over the last decade. Yeah i was in bastrop texas. You know where that as i do and people were complaining Back in the spring that there wasn't enough movement they said we've done nothing an election We've done nothing on abortion. We've done nothing on guns and it's like well you know kinda put points on the board for all. Three of mine wasn't perfect. But i think the reason though can is because the grassroots were really engaged. And that's the lesson. That is the lesson i think people speaking out and complaining when things are done. It creates action. I totally agree ken. Paxton dot com you and wonderful job. God bless texas. It's about time that we get more states. That are doing this. If you're in a red state is not texas. They need to introduce that pro-life bill now carbon copy of it exact same language copy paste it because the supreme court will uphold it email us. Your thoughts are pretty freedom at charlie kirk dot.

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Texas Passes Law Stating No Permit Necessary to Open Carry a Gun

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:18 min | 4 months ago

Texas Passes Law Stating No Permit Necessary to Open Carry a Gun

"Attorney general talk about the new second amendment bill. That was just passed. That has everyone freaking out of what's happening in texas. Well it's a long time coming. I've been in favor of this forever. You don't have to have a permit to for free speech. You don't have a permit to go exercise your faith. I don't think you should have to have a permit to carry under the second amendment so in texas we now have that we have constitutional carey which allows people to carry concealed or out in the open without going through the government to get permission. Well that's terrific and so are there any. Are there any possible legal challenges to this. I'm sure some groups are going to try. Robert francis o'rourke who calls himself beta was making all sorts of videos about this and saying it's the worst thing ever. But i don't think that's gonna hold up in court. No i mean i have. No doubt will get sued. We'll end up defending that law and will you know that's one of those cases that could could all the way the supreme court who knows either way i think we're on si- obviously solid legal footing with the constitution. It's kind of the basic of our of our of our country. So i feel i'm encouraged. It took a long time to get this through era. I was enlisted for twelve years. We were never able to get it through and finally this session happens. I'm really grateful. So let's talk more. Broadly now just about texas is texas at risk of going. Blue harris county seems to be a blue county now vallis counties whatever it is. What are you seeing on the ground. And how can people help. Were absolutely a risk of going blew. It would have happened this time. Had we not fought these lawsuits. I it's all about whether we can protect the integrity of our elections and that is a constant battle. And that's why this election bill was was passed. And we've got to be vigilant. I think there's another bill. They're considering on on on looking at. Its potential type. Audits like you guys are doing here. I think we've got to do that to make sure that our elections are fair and that people can trust them because once you lose if we lose control in texas. I'm not sure that we'd ever get it back because if they open up mail in ballot let elections. We're gonna end up a lot more fraud and we may never be able to take it back and so it's pretty important that we secure elections now. Because you know you go to california. There's a lot of valen ballots. And i don't know if we'll ever know if there's a fair election california oregon or washington right.

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Google Is Its Own Government, Cuts Texas Attorney General's Budget

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 4 months ago

Google Is Its Own Government, Cuts Texas Attorney General's Budget

"Attorney general paxton. How many people do you have working for you. And the attorney general's office in texas so it's a total of about forty two hundred four thousand two hundred and you're saying that google has a lot of resources understand. How big these companies are. You have the understand the point. I'm making i mean you're the third largest state right or the second we're second we're actually selling. The census data second largest state in the country attorney. General's office is saying. Hey look we're going to try our best but like we're no google. Yes to show the size right amazing the money that they have a we have budgets and my entire budget for a two year period one point three billion which sounds like a lot of money six hundred and something million but a year which is a lot of money and we do a lot of great things with that money however if you think about google making you know hundred and thirty five billion a year and profits they could hire every attorney in texas they wanted to and every lobbyist in texas and i. We have to go up against that. There's no limit to what they can do. The experts they can i r- and and and what they can do to try to. You know go into a legislative session. Like i just went through where they try to lobby tab. My budget cut by twenty five percent. So really it's a force. They are a force. That's just one company that makes sense. Yes so google being its own government. Basically within our own country never should have been allowed to be this big or powerful comes in and says oh we don't like the attorney general's office in texas because their lawsuit is so brilliantly written. Let's go cut their budget. Because we have offices in austin and somehow we can justify and that's what they're willing to do absolutely. I think it's pretty smart. I mean if they get my budget by twenty five percent which was the strategy That makes it very difficult for me to carry. I actually asked also for money for the google case. I asked for forty three million dollars. Go fight go well they obviously. We're trying to fight that as well that imagine. I don't get the money to to fight him. But also lose the rest of my you know a high percentage of my budget and have to lay off a bunch of lawyers instead of ramping up to go fight them. That's nearly what happened.

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"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:22 min | 4 months ago

"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

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"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:47 min | 4 months ago

"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Connor he walked in with his pillow once because he just needed it in between breaks. It was so beautiful. And in fact i saw someone walking around with giza dream sheets and i was like. Why are you walking on these dream sheets. And they said look. Don't judge me. But when i take my cat nap at lunch i need my giza sheets. It was kind of weird but they did use promo code kirk so i gave him a fist. Bump mypillow dot com promo code kirk give high energy mike lindell not low energy like jeb. A boost mypillow dot com. Get a bunch of slippers dream sheets pillows and more promo code kirk so i want to get too many other topics here But let's get into election integrity. You see the side. They're not just upset about the texas pro-life law from they're also upset about the law that they say it's the hardest state in the country to vote in and tell us what's really going on in the fight for election integrity in the great attacks so we almost ended up in the same situation is georgia and arizona and some of these other states where we would be counting votes What we did differently in texas as we defended twelve lawsuits that were aimed in pretty liberal counties. Travis which is austin houston which is a bare kennywood san antonio and in those counties. We were sued over our laws related to mail in ballots and signature verification. We were fortunate. We had twelve of those. It was a major onslaught. We won every single one of those lawsuits so instead of counting votes on election day we had already protected our elections. Now what we're doing is we're actually expanding voting hours. And we're limiting some of the little tricks that were that were attempted in harris county and some other places to go beyond the legislature authorized as far as it relates voting. And so we've tried to tighten up male unbalanced by requiring photo. Id which i think is very significant because my office prosecutes Voter fraud. it's the only thing we prosecute. We have more voter fraud cases going now than we ever have. We have were five hundred cases in court another almost four hundred cases that were investigating and more than a majority of those relate to mail in ballot fraud so with legislature was trying to do was expand hours. Give more opportunity to vote. We already have two weeks early voting in texas so it's pretty significant but at the same time we realized we still have some voter fraud issues especially as it relates to mail in ballots. So i want to zero in on the said. There's five hundred cases that you've brought to to indictment. Is that right around for the we have. We have five hundred over five counts. That were prosecuting right now. We we have not brought him into indictment because covert actually shut the course down in texas for quite a while. We're and we're now we're wait. We're waiting line behind violent offenders to get those cases in but we have more cases going right now related to voter fraud than i think we've had in the entire history of texas if you add up the number that we're investigating plus the number that we're prosecuting. I think it's a larger number. All the cases ever prosecuted in texas. Can you give us a taste or an example of some of these cases. 'cause we are told every day with almost religious incantation voter fraud doesn't exist if you believe it. You're a racist bigot. Just give us one or two examples that your office uncovered and that will eventually get to trial. Yes so we had one in gregg county which is We had a commissioner win by like a few votes and we determined through our investigation. There had been over three hundred mail in ballots. That were fraudulently filled out. So we prosecuted that commissioner or. We are prosecuting that commissioner. We had we had another mayor win in in in south texas in in a town in south texas. It was the same type of issue male and ballot-fraud people voting that were supposed to vote. We we prosecuted One person who is illegal and she voted ten different times Clearly a violation of law. And so those are the types of things that we've prosecuted. And i would argue that. It actually has increased voting in texas because people vote when they have confidence in in the election being credible and so this is really important. Because we're told that voter fraud does not exist. But you're also setting an example. Here can that. If you violate the law you will also prosecute. It's not just like pay a fine that you could go to jail. And i think that's important because that'll that'll send some fear into some people that might be thinking that they can institutionally break our laws when it comes to voting. Yeah a we also are prosecuted. Woman admitted on tape that she had committed. Seven thousand violations of the laws gotten over seven thousand votes illegal yet and i will say this. We're one of the few states are actually doing these prosecutions. You hear the narrative overdose. I read it every day and every arctic. Oh there's no proof of voter fraud. Well that's not true in my state when i started. We only had one person. Prosecuting voter fraud one. One attorney i asked the legislature for more on that we now have three. Those people are busy. If i had more lawyers i could. If i had more lawyers allocated to this or could get more money. We would be prosecute even more voter fraud. And what i think is going on most states. Don't dedicate the resources to go find the fraud and then prosecute. I just think it's terrific. What your office is doing with that specific issue so many other states are not doing that in arizona. Attorney general mark berna vich. It looks like he's going to really zero in on this in arizona which were cheering for him to do that. And were you know. We're actually going to see him sometime soon. He has a big opportunity right now in arizona to go after a lot of this look. When was the last time you had american meat..

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Texas Legislature Expanding Voting Laws to Protect Election Integrity, Prevent Fraud

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:28 min | 4 months ago

Texas Legislature Expanding Voting Laws to Protect Election Integrity, Prevent Fraud

"Want to get too many other topics here But let's get into election integrity. You see the side. They're not just upset about the texas pro-life law from they're also upset about the law that they say it's the hardest state in the country to vote in and tell us what's really going on in the fight for election integrity in the great attacks so we almost ended up in the same situation is georgia and arizona and some of these other states where we would be counting votes What we did differently in texas as we defended twelve lawsuits that were aimed in pretty liberal counties. Travis which is austin houston which is a bare kennywood san antonio and in those counties. We were sued over our laws related to mail in ballots and signature verification. We were fortunate. We had twelve of those. It was a major onslaught. We won every single one of those lawsuits so instead of counting votes on election day we had already protected our elections. Now what we're doing is we're actually expanding voting hours. And we're limiting some of the little tricks that were that were attempted in harris county and some other places to go beyond the legislature authorized as far as it relates voting. And so we've tried to tighten up male unbalanced by requiring photo. Id which i think is very significant because my office prosecutes Voter fraud. it's the only thing we prosecute. We have more voter fraud cases going now than we ever have. We have were five hundred cases in court another almost four hundred cases that were investigating and more than a majority of those relate to mail in ballot fraud so with legislature was trying to do was expand hours. Give more opportunity to vote. We already have two weeks early voting in texas so it's pretty significant but at the same time we realized we still have some voter fraud issues especially as it relates to mail in ballots. So i want to zero in on the said. There's five hundred cases that you've brought to to indictment. Is that right around for the we have. We have five hundred over five counts. That were prosecuting right now. We we have not brought him into indictment because covert actually shut the course down in texas for quite a while. We're and we're now we're wait. We're waiting line behind violent offenders to get those cases in but we have more cases going right now related to voter fraud than i think we've had in the entire history of texas if you add up the number that we're investigating plus the number that we're prosecuting. I think it's a larger number. All the cases ever prosecuted in

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"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:39 min | 4 months ago

"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"I if if they're in the situation of at least six weeks or have heartbeat. I want to read about the mississippi law. The next critical moment will arrive this fall when the supreme court takes up. Mississippi's fifteen week. Abortion ban in a case dobbs v jackson women's health organization. Are you helping them. Mississippi attorney. General's that right yeah. So it's their law. She's defending we fallen advocates on behalf of a amicus brief which is a brief in support of the mississippi law with twenty three other states. There's twenty four of us along with mississippi. So you get twenty. Five states is pretty pretty amazing because this is the first real direct assault on roe v. Wade basically argue. If you read our amicus brief it's pretty well done. It just discusses the precedent how it's constantly been changing. How states don't have any certainty as to what the lawyers and and this idea that somehow there was this constitutional right. Doesn't make a lot of sense since that constitutional right and that standard keeps changing from trimesters to the casey rules about undue burden to women. And so it's all very confusing. They should just get out of the business of changing the law. Spring court that is of changing the law every couple of years and just let the states regulate abortion and let let let each state make that decision. I i totally agree. And according to the washington post nine out of ten women in texas get abortions in the first six weeks of pregnancy. This will save lives and also. Can you look at the polling. it's also popular. If you look at the people in texas sixty percent of texans believe there right in that kind of middle ground where they say that we want more restrictions on abortion and that six weeks or heartbeat is a good place to land now. Obviously i would like to see abortion. Go away completely as as a grassroots conservative. But texans want this. Now there's no doubt and that's the way it should be. I mean we had abortion restrictions before the supreme court came in in nineteen seventy two and struck him down not just in our state but every state and the reality. Is you know these these. Legislators who make these laws are elected by the people and we ought to let those people debate and decide what's best for their citizens and not have some court in dc. Tell us you know makeup constitutional right that never existed before in the history of this country. So i'm encouraged because we're making progress and we've continued this fight and we're going to continue the fight until we are a position where our state controls these decisions and we can. We can have the opportunity to save some of these unborn children while the biden. Doj's unit everything cancer go after it which means you're doing the right thing as.

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Texas' Ban on School Mask Mandates Temporarily Denied by Court

Chris Salcedo

01:02 min | 5 months ago

Texas' Ban on School Mask Mandates Temporarily Denied by Court

"The taxes Supreme Court is temporarily allowing school districts to implement mask mandates. Correspondent Tanya J. Powers has more the Texas Supreme Court's ruling leaves in place. A temporary restraining order from Travis County Judge Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and Governor Greg Abbott had wanted the state Supreme Court to overrule that judge. Here's what all that means. Some school districts in Texas have been putting their own mask mandates in place in opposition to Governor Greg Abbott's ban on them. The court has now cleared the way for those districts to enact their own mask rules. Meanwhile, although Covid 19 vaccinations have increased in recent weeks, the delta variant continues to spread rapidly among the unvaccinated, including Children. According to the Texas Tribune. The two main groups that remain unvaccinated across Texas are white conservatives in rural areas, along with Hispanics and blacks in big cities. Among the unvaccinated are five million Children, many of them who are not eligible for the vaccine. Overall, about nine million vaccine eligible Texans have not gotten the shot just over 50% of Texans are fully

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DOJ Sues Texas Over Plan to Stop Vehicles Transporting Migrants

Chris Krok

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

DOJ Sues Texas Over Plan to Stop Vehicles Transporting Migrants

"The state of taxes do the governor Abbott issuing an order that gives law enforcement the green light to pull over vehicles with migrants In the order, The governor allows the Texas Department of Public Safety troopers to force vehicles of migrants to go back to their port of entry. The order also goes as far as giving authority to those troopers to seize vehicles that are believed to be transporting migrants. The Justice Department's lawsuit argues that the order will contribute to the spread of Covid 19 among causes of other disruptions. Taxes. Attorney General Ken Paxton says the order from the governor is quote much needed and perfectly perfectly legal. While

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Houston Man Arrested on Illegal Voting Charges After Casting Ballot on Parole

BBC World Service

00:49 sec | 6 months ago

Houston Man Arrested on Illegal Voting Charges After Casting Ballot on Parole

"Cory Turner. NPR NEWS A Houston man has been arrested for alleged illegal voting as the Texas GOP is pushing to pass tighter voting restrictions. During a legislative special session, Jen Rice of Houston, public media reports service. Rogers captured national attention during the 2020 presidential primary when he stayed in line well past midnight at Texas Southern University, waiting to cast his ballot. Now he's being prosecuted by state Attorney General Ken Paxton's office on two counts of illegal voting and held on $100,000 bail. Rogers served nearly 10 years in prison for burglary, and he was still on parole at the time he voted making him ineligible in Texas. The attorney general's office arrested Rogers on Wednesday, the day before the Texas Legislature convened to begin a special session

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"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

08:10 min | 7 months ago

"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Attorney general. Ken paxton is our guest. General paxton the left often says that while we complain about fraud in the electoral process. We don't seem to be able to prove that it's actually happening but your office does do that. How big a problem is this. And how many cases can you okay. It's huge we only have three full-time prosecutors. I started we had one. We have more cases in the pipeline. We have hundreds of cases in the pipeline right now that we were not able to take the core because kobe tobin. Slow this down the court shut down for almost a year. And now we're not a priority because they're taking the violent offender cases. I and so we're still waiting. But we've got hundreds of cases we've got more cases than we've ever had The numbers are staggering. So we definitely have chases where we think. Voter fraud has been committed. And that's what limited resources and limited time. We still have more cases than we can handle. So if i had more resources. I'm convinced we'd be bringing more voter fraud cases and we already have when you see these cases. What is the hallmark. What is what is the tell that this fraud is it. The same signature on a bunch of these is it a witness comes forward and what what's the basis for these cases. How can you tell well both of those. In every case that's that's a challenging about these cases. They're all very fact specific. We can't just people report fraud to me and they want me to just follow lawsuit. Take somebody court and try to put him in prison. We actually have to go out and investigate. I send investigators out. They spend some time you know more than a year the investigation. Sometimes we're working in county shockingly. That won't help us and so we have to. We have to do a lot of it on around these cases a real work and they're all very fact specific and they their people do it in different ways. You know the easiest case we had was veritas. Brought us this video. This woman admitting on tape you probably thought she had been involved in seven thousand different fraudulent votes in that one election cycle. We don't use yet it. That easy one was as easy as it gets general paxton. We're losing you again. General paxton are you there. We lose alana just on it. Okay there we are. We lost you for a minute there. Sorry about that. I'm driving from houston. That's all right. I want to ask you. Because i want give you a chance to respond. George bush jabs son has been saying some pretty nasty things about you and wants to take your job. Does that surprise you. How do you respond you know. No i mean. I don't i think he's trying to escape the general land office. You know we all know the slogan. Remember the alamo has something he didn't remember and I think he's running from that alamo project. He's running from the fact that he didn't do his job Doling out disaster funds from the hurricane houston initially got almost nothing which is shocking And i don't understand that. I wish he would explain his own job before he starts criticizing me. But i'm happy to talk about my record. In in fighting the biden administration the obama administration big tech going after backpage dot com on human trafficking and fighting for election integrity both nationally with our lawsuits against those four states or locally where we're pursuing voter fraud every day. So i'd rather focus on what i've done and let him if he if he has anything to talk about. Hopefully he can talk about what he's done. Which so far. I haven't seen much up. What are you working on right now. What are the biggest areas of focus for the texas attorney general. The biggest areas are related to the biden administration and dealing with immigration And we sued them over the keystone pipeline. Were on constant. And they've sued us over our medicaid program So we so much of what we're doing right now is dealing with the federal government overreach. And they're they're ignoring of federal law and the constitution and trying to abuse texans That's a huge part of what we're doing. We've got that. We got the largest anti trust case in the history literally the country Against google and we have likely other lawsuits against companies coming and then we've continued focus on human trafficking and then election integrity and trot. So those are kind of the big areas. I'm focused on. Because i think those are the ones that matter to texans and with our limited budget are limited resources. I want to focus on things that really matter to the state and some of these things matter to the entire country. You said something that you're not the first one to say this has been talked about a lot. You said that. George bush you say quote. He's got this mentality that he's going to be president someday. He's gotta get started. I remember when he was first announcing that he was going to run the announcement was he was going to run for something he just had to decide what it was going to be. And that did not sit well with me. It's as if he is entitled because his last name is bush and he's hispanic. It's as if he's entitled to this office. And in the stair steps and i find that a lot of the rich republicans that the sort of country club class that that you know pine for for his his grandfather they go along with. This is that he looks depart. That he's hispanic. We gotta have hispanics because his mother happen be hispanic and it just something to me very off pudding about everything related to this. It's everything we don't stand for. I feel exactly the same way. I don't feel like he has the same values that i do. The most texans at least most republicans care about. And i feel like he you know. He was for the longest time. He was running for. Lieutenant governor against dan patrick. He talked about running for governor among some people he's it just seemed like he was just trying to pick the place that you know allowed him to take the next step to move up the ladder and you know the reality is. He just got his license back in october. hasn't practice. I think for almost ten years and only briefly practice before then so this is a real legal job. I mean this is probably the largest loss. law firm the the country or in the state and we have forty two employees of lawyers. And we deal with real issues. And if you don't know much about the law you're like a rookie on the law. Then you're going to have trouble doing this job and if you can't manage the land office you certainly shouldn't step up and try to run this one. It's going to be interesting to watch because many of our listeners closely watched what happened with the alamo. And i'll tell you what to run him out on a rail tar and feather that man hamming really at how he handled that. And i don't think i don't think the folks that have have made a passionate pursuit of preserving the alamo are going to sit idly by while he seeks a higher office. I think that's going to be an interesting thing to observe. Well and he's not gonna want to answer questions about that because there's so much Answered questions. I mean more important monuments that we have at texas in the alamo and it appears like he's trying to give it away to other people moving away from the history to something sure about in texas because he came from florida he didn't really know the history. But i think texans and even people that have new tier care about the alamo and then it'd be preserved in a way that that represents what actually happened there. Not some globalist Rendition of of history. That doesn't really tell the real story of what happened. At the alamo. Maybe put an exclamation mark after his name to get people more excited. We shall see attorney general. Ken paxton keep up the good work sir..

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"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

07:52 min | 7 months ago

"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Even the liberal washington post has a story voter. Id laws have proved popular despite democratic arguments that they amount to voter suppression and some activists have concluded that they do less to suppress the vote than they initially feared. A new report out says eight and ten voters agree. Seventy eight percent save voter. id is reasonable valid. Seventy seven percent. Say campaigns should be funded by candidates and not the government. Both of these contradict what is in h. r. one which senator ted cruz has made clear. Very many times was a bill designed to give the democrats greater power and never lose an election. The man in the state of texas who prosecutes fifty eight percent of the oh. Ag that's the office of attorney. General election fraud prosecutions. He notes are related to mail. Ballot fraud attorney. General ken. paxton is our guest general. Paxton it looks like hr one is going to die and not be passed. Why is that good for us. I can't tell you how happy that makes me that to me was one of the absolute most anti-democratic bill that i have ever seen because it would have enshrined in code in statue in law things that allow for voter fraud right and left voter from ballot to massive mail in ballots to allowing felons devote everything we do in texas to protect election. That bill would have tried to undo and geno. We're losing you. I don't know if you're on the road or just in a bad spot general paxton. Yes yes can you hear me lost that. We lost the last part of that of that answer. If just said it would put us in a position where voters would have had no confidence in in the election. I think less people would be voting because they would actually not trust the election. That's exactly what has happened consistently around the world is when you build in integrity for the system. More people vote. That is exactly right when you see mail. Ballot fraud. That your office of the attorney. General's office is prosecuting. How is that generally carried out. I mean typically people filling out ballots massive number of valid for for people that don't even know they're voting and because there's no voter There's no photo. id with it and in texas. You have a signature verification. A lotta times. That's hard to hard to prove. Not the right thing that you're in so it tends to be a pretty easy way. If you want to commit fraud it tends to be a pretty easy way to do it. And it's really hard for us to go find it. We have to somehow. Have somebody tell us about it. We don't know that people are doing this unless somebody reports on. It's very difficult to find it so it's a very efficient way to do it and it's hard for us end up. You know discovering it. They're doing it. You have noted that the biden administration's policies with regard to illegal immigration are hitting texas very hard and that the primary beneficiary is the cartels. Why do you say that. The cartels are making a fortune off because they charge. I mean to cross the border. You pretty much have to pay them. And i know the lowest cost diverted about four thousand dollars per person in some places. The average is eight thousand. It goes up to fifty thousand. Meanwhile so these four people that are coming here. They're only way in is to be relying on the cartel so i don't think that's a very good way for them to have some of this country even if we decided that everyone from you know central. America's should be allowed into our country. It's a really bad way for them to have to on the other. Hand the cost. Texans and the cost of the united states for illegal immigration both social and economic higher crime rates and just the economic cost of having to pay for it all is tremendous so there's really no upside to anybody you want an upside to accept the cartels who are making billions of dollars off of transporting people and then because the borders more open 'cause border patrol so busy with the logistics of people. They're now getting more drugs through even they're making more money on drugs. Yeah i read a story. I can't remember where but it quoted one of the sector chiefs one rio grande. It was maybe laredo. And he said it's their estimation that the cartels are making more off of human trafficking now through through this illegal immigration than they are drugs which is the first time that that would be the case. I guess it's hard to know but the fact that there's even a conversation being had tells you how big this deal is for them absolutely you just thinking about the numbers like if the if the lowest cost is four thousand per person but the average is probably more like ten and these people are probably having to pay to get moved around in the country and then the cartels have hooked into them. Because they can't pay so then they become you know usable for other things in the country. I mean i don't even know the mo the numbers are probably astronomical for them and it probably is now more profitable than in the drug trade. The masterpiece cake shop owner has been hit again by the colorado commission. They're and they're they're want him to make a cake. that is a picture of satan smoking joint. He doesn't believe in in smoking pot. And of course he's a a christian that masterpiece case gave a lot of l- religious liberty protections and then we saw case The one out of philadelphia with the catholic church there this week which i think narrowly protected religious liberty. What happens in the state of texas if somebody walks in and says hey i want you to make me a cake for a gay wedding and the the owner says. I'm sorry i'll make any other cake. But i won't make that. What would happen. So those cases you mentioned the one with The colorado case with jack and then the the the the one in philadelphia we were amicus. We were both we were part of both amicus briefs and lead in both of those cases it so i believe today that that's the law that people have a right to their religious views. And that if if somebody doesn't wanna make a cake because it's against their disease they are. They are not obligated to do so. I'm not saying they won't get sued. Unfortunately as you mentioned in colorado they just they're abusive and they for some reason feel like entitled to to force people to go against their religious. But that's not the law in america never has been and you think that the state of texas not pushing the way the state of colorado is would give you more protections in texas. Because it's admiral regulations are federal regulators that are causing these people problems in colorado. It's the local in the state. That's exactly right and and if we heard about it we definitely Let people know we would. We would find a way into a case like that if if somebody was persecuting somebody because of their their religious belief we would absolutely. We've done it many times over we've been involved in pali. I've been in office way. More religious liberty cases than i ever anticipated twenty five or thirty Even in texas.

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Supreme Court in 7-2 Ruling Rejects Challenge to Obamacare

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:57 sec | 7 months ago

Supreme Court in 7-2 Ruling Rejects Challenge to Obamacare

"It was a texas challenge to the affordable. Care act the. Us supreme court tossed out this week. From austin ashley lopez reports. The ruling came down as more. Texans are relying on the law for healthcare coverage texas attorney. General ken paxton along with more than a dozen other. Conservative states argued that the law also known as obamacare is unconstitutional. The court ruled that the states were in no position to make that case because they couldn't prove they were injured by the law. This ruling means that the affordable care act and programs like the online marketplace created by. The law will continue to offer health insurance plans to people who don't get insurance from an employer or any of the country's safety net programs according to the episcopal health foundation. More texans have enrolled for these plans through healthcare dot gov this year compared to last year. Federal data shows enrollment is up sixteen percent with more than one point. Two million texans now signed up for those plans.

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State Bar Investigating Texas Attorney General

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

State Bar Investigating Texas Attorney General

"The state bar of Texas is investigating whether state Attorney General Ken Paxton engaged in professional misconduct surrounding efforts to overturn the November presidential election in December after Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton petitioned the US Supreme Court to block Joe Biden's victory in four other states the head of the Galveston island Democrats filed a complaint with the Bar Association calling Paxton's challenge frivolous and on ethical Kevin Moran shared his complaint with the Associated Press along with letters confirming the investigation initially the bar declined to investigate but a tribunal overturned that decision last month it's another setback for Paxton already facing a previous criminal case an FBI investigation and a Republican primary opponent ready to pounce on those controversies I'm Jackie Quinn

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George P. Bush Running for Attorney General in Texas

Fox News Rundown

00:14 sec | 8 months ago

George P. Bush Running for Attorney General in Texas

"P. Bush says he's running next year for attorney general of Texas the 45 year old Son of former Florida Governor Jeb Bush made the gas. But Wednesday in Austin, the decision sets a potentially bruising GOP primary gets sitting Attorney General Ken Paxton, This is town all that

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"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

04:43 min | 8 months ago

"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Id which is which is fox but the reality is i. I sat on how for year after year. It took us several years past. Do i d hen the only argument that they had was they claimed it was discriminatory. The the reality is. everybody knows. That's not true because you have to have a photo. Id like when i went to send photo. Id i had to get. I had to use a photo. Id to get on the airplane. I'd use a photo. Id to new orleans To stay in hotel. I've used photo. Id to go to the fifth circuit to get into the court here that using photo ideas discriminatory so it we know it's not discriminatory because everyone knows you have to have a photo. Id the reality is. It's covered in discrimination but the reality is the only reason you don't want people have a photo is so that people can cheat. That's that's. that's the only rational answer as to why certain people want no photo. Id requirements now another subject that john is very passionate about and he's very knowledgeable about the energy energy crisis that we're now going to texas recovered. I from the the big problems in energy. I said yeah. I mean we're investigating. My office is investigating. I think the legislatures trying to pass thing. I don't know if they're gonna come back clues. But my goal is a as the attorney general of texas to find out what happened and bring some transparency and try to figure out how we can prevent what happened in february now. That was the worst cold weather spell. I've ever seen but it's still an issue that needs to be addressed and we hope of the next year or so through our investigation to at least uncover the Answers to what actually happened so that we can present alternatives for the legislature and the governor to try to address the problem. What do you think about. What's going on with the colonial pipelines. You think there needs to be tighter cybersecurity controls of because obviously there's a lot of pipelines everything going on in texas and the fact that they're so vulnerable to these hackers and they're making so much money off of it by hacking into what we thought was secure. What do you think. Oh absolutely but even more. So the biden administration should not be trying to shut down the keystone pipeline. Which would provide a backup if there was a problem with another pipeline when on the other hand they're supporting the pipeline from russia into germany. So it's kind of odd concerned about the environmental impact of the keystone pipeline. Which by the way is is good on environment because it's a lot less as much More environmentally sound safe to transport it by pipeline than is a real car so but the biden administration has done is really anti-american. It shutdown job. It's made us less secure and it's called. It's costing americans more while they're endorsing a pipeline from russia to germany. I've really just doesn't make any sense. And they're pushing this kind of green new energy and we're john. We were talking about it before about china's seems to be profiting from all of this more so than anybody more so than the united states..

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"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

05:52 min | 8 months ago

"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Of what we think is going on so once the than they have to be moved to pay more money so as they're being moved around of course the biden administration is not forthcoming telling us where these people are going. We have a pretty good idea of the cartels. Keep track of these people and they're they're sort of indebted to them because they can't necessarily always afford to pay the price and so it's a pretty good little system for the cartels that i think they're going to continue to tell you ends up thanks to provide and we're talking about tens of thousands of people coming in and and i was listening to a former president trump. He had a interview on last night and he was saying that the border wall was about a month away from completion. Is that true. And i mean. Do you just gaping holes in the motors. Just missing to put in through the gates. I mean this doesn't even make any sense. Why not just finish the wall. That's such a great question because the the reality was they were making great progress. It's i've seen the wall. It's really a marvel and engineering seat and also They were using technology as they put the wall. It was also believe it or not at least in the mcallen area. it was The formation of of A sort of blocking of of flooding so they had to tear down the old dykes and they put these and when they torn down the now. They're not replacing him by an administration is all creating greater risk of flooding along the rio grande valley so we're going to experience a little more flooding than we should because they've refused to finish the wall. That's incredible and now as a result you've got the border border control patrol down so they need more bodies while they're focused on kind of plugging up those holes than you're having children coming in and the cartels and drugs in god only knows what else at one point texas took the position an forget it was the government will tell you that we we're gonna protect protect the borders. We're going to send the national guard down near What has superior is that. The federal government can tell you. This is the way it's going to be or texas can take their own position so we spent hundreds of millions of dollars things police we. We've got national guards down there. But according to the us supreme court case three decided you know a decade or to go by It was a it was a five three decision. I think justice kagan recused herself the three little judges. Justice kennedy justice roberts When arizona tried to pass laws protect themselves because the federal government wouldn't do it The court said that it was preempted. State preempted even if the federal government passes a law and doesn't follow its own laws and even though it doesn't protect citizens the states are are precluded so if for example somebody is crossing the border in texas and arctic national guard or state police. It we can't date according to justice kennedy just robertson the others. We can't do anything about it..

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"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

03:16 min | 8 months ago

"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Now is the attorney. General of texas can paxton. Welcome mr paxton. good afternoon. How y'all doing we're doing fine how y'all doing it. I love the southern. How come we didn't pay the team song deep in the heart attack. Well you need to come down to half a good texas barbecue or some good tex-mex. I used to get down there all time and i think a lot. More california's gonna be headed for texas. Absolutely texans will soon be allowed to carry handguns without a permit background. Check or training state. Lawmakers approved a controversial bill on monday. That would lift some of the remaining gun carry restrictions in lone star state. This is pretty controversial. attorney general. Yeah maybe it is but so was the second amendment when it was passed It was designed. I think to make sure that the government didn't at some point have weapons and and the people didn't And i think that's what this is all about. it's just honoring what the founders put in place which was an amendment that was designed to protect them not from necessarily people really from their own government at some point. How was the vote on active. Did it goes through. Legislature was executive order. Or what what happened. That was that was both the house and the senate passed it. I don't remember exact numbers but it was It was. I think there were some. Even democrats have voted for it We're pretty strong. Second amendment state and I think it was it was. It was time for for something like this path. Wow that's incredible. Maybe because of the border crisis kind of getting out of control people are worrying. Is there a crime issue. They're like we're seeing here in new york city and chicago and los angeles. Yeah we have both obviously the borders over twelve hundred miles of border. The biden administration has allowed the cartels cart launch Come into our state and bring as many people as they can at each to. Those people are charged. You know eight thousand dollars or so. And so that's becoming a huge issue with trafficking of drugs and people and then of course we ought to have cut their police force by a the third. At least and you know it's gonna affect crime so i think people feel a lot less safe than they did a few months ago. Can you give us an estimate of the number of people crossing into the border illegally. So i was just in laredo Two days ago. I was meeting with the mayor. And some of the city officials accounting for the sheriff accounting officials that all official border patrol state officials state police In in the number of about three times what we're about a year ago is what they told me and so the numbers continue to increase I don't think it will stop because the cartels. It's like an tested economic stimulus package for the country. Well this this particular policy by administration is economic stimulus for the cartels because they are incentivized the more people they can bring the more money they make. And of course it also keeps the border patrol smug more trucks but every person that they they bring up here according to the local people. There's about eight thousand dollars so you know they're going to be seeking people out to come to the united states because it's so profitable for the cartels eight thousand dollars per person to sneak them in poor people come from up with eight thousand miles slavery..

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George P. Bush considering running for Texas attorney general

NEWS 88.7 Programming

01:05 min | 10 months ago

George P. Bush considering running for Texas attorney general

"Land Commissioner George P. Bush has previously hinted at a run against Attorney General Ken Paxton. This week. He was leaning in to that a bit further. What do you have to say? Yeah, I think it's notable here is how much he was, As you said, leaning into it. He's made clear for a while now that he may run for another statewide office and 2022, but in some media appearances this week, including with the radio host and Dallas, Mark Davis, Hey, said that he was quote seriously considering running for attorney general. And then he kind of laid out the case against packs and how he would run against Paxton. And, you know, he said that the top law enforcement official in Texas needs to quote Be above reproach. He also made clear that he wouldn't try to challenge packs unnecessarily from the right or try to question his support for Donald Trump or anything like that, he said that this would be about Putting, you know, under scrutiny. How Paxton has run his office as I'm sure your listeners know he's under FBI investigation now for these claims that he abused his office to benefit a wealthy donor, and you've seen a number of High ranking members of his team in his office leave as they've blown the whistle on

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Austin can keep enforcing local mask mandate for now

Gardening Naturally With Jeff Ferris

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Austin can keep enforcing local mask mandate for now

"Back against the governor of Texas for repealing that states mask mandate Friday. Judge lore Living skin ruling that Austin and Travis County's masked mandate Kim continue. Despite arguments made by the Texas Attorney General's Office, Attorney General Ken Paxton sued the city and county two weeks ago when the municipalities continue to enforce mask rules after Governor Greg Abbott rolled back the statewide mask mandate and said local officials could not supersede his order.

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Austin Can Keep Enforcing Local Mask Mandate, Judge Says

Buck Sexton

00:15 sec | 10 months ago

Austin Can Keep Enforcing Local Mask Mandate, Judge Says

"A Travis County judges sided with the city of Boston and it's ongoing battle with the state over the local mask mandate, said he was soon a couple of weeks ago by Attorney General Ken Paxton after Austin continued enforcing the local ordinance. But the judge says local health authorities can continue

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Dallas Civil Rights Lawyer Lee Merritt Announces Run For Office Of Texas Attorney General

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Dallas Civil Rights Lawyer Lee Merritt Announces Run For Office Of Texas Attorney General

"Has represented the families of black people killed by police officers says he's running for Texas attorney general civil rights lawyer Lee Merritt announced over the weekend he plans to challenge Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton. Merritt said Saturday on Twitter, they quote Texans deserve an attorney general that will fight for the constitutional rights of all citizens. It's unclear whether he will seek or receive the support from the state Democratic Party. People seeking to run for Texas Attorney General can't buy a candidacy papers for months, but the 2022 election has already Had the early attention following new criminal allegations against Paxton, who has denied any wrongdoing. WGN

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$29 million of electric bills from Texas winter storm will be forgiven, AG says

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:36 sec | 11 months ago

$29 million of electric bills from Texas winter storm will be forgiven, AG says

"Gritty plans to forgive $29 Million in bills acquired during last month deadly winter Storm. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton says that is part of Grady's bankruptcy filing. The company will release all outstanding payments for its Texas customers who were unable to pay extremely high electric bills that resulted from the storm tie. Williams of Arlington was stuck with a $17,000 bill. And applauds the attorney general for holding gritty, accountable. That's excellent nous. I think that's the right thing to do. Texas and gritty, also working in good faith to get money back to customers who already paid their bills. Clayton Nevil,

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Texas officials say $29 million in electric bills to be forgiven

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

Texas officials say $29 million in electric bills to be forgiven

"Would open up eligibility for everybody. Wholesale electricity provider gritty plans to forgive $29 Million in bills that were accrued during last month's winter storm, plating level, explains. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton says that is part of Grady's bankruptcy filing. The company will release all outstanding payments for its Texas customers who were unable to pay extremely high electric bills that resulted from the storm tie. Williams of Arlington was stuck with a $17,000 bill and applauds the attorney general for holding gritty, accountable that's excellent nous. I think that's the right thing to do. Texas and gritty, also working in good faith to get money back to customers who already paid their bills.

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Texas AG says retroactive power-price cut okay, passes constitutional code

Sean Hannity

00:25 sec | 11 months ago

Texas AG says retroactive power-price cut okay, passes constitutional code

"Attorney General Ken Paxton is giving the State Public Utilities Commission permission to retroactively adjust electricity prices. He published an opinion today saying that such a move would be constitutional based on the state Utilities code. Texas Senate passed a bill this week demanding the PUC redo prices after last month's winter storms and independent market monitor found that ERCOT artificially kept prices high during the storm and overbilled energy companies afterward.

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Texas AG sues Austin for refusing to lift mask mandate

Chris Salcedo

01:06 min | 11 months ago

Texas AG sues Austin for refusing to lift mask mandate

"Sue Travis County officials for overriding governor Abbotts order to not require mask sexes. Attorney General Ken Paxton is suing Austin and Travis County officials over their decision to continue requiring mask wearing in public In a 25 page petition filed Thursday in Austin action as a state district judge to block Austin Mayor Steve Adler, Travis County Judge Andy Brown and City County Medical Director Mark S. Scott from Enforcing their mask mandate. Don Smith w B A P News as part of a multi million dollar partnership. Tarrant

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"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

05:07 min | 11 months ago

"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Temporary injunction on day. Six of his administration and now we've got a permanent injunction as of two days ago. I think it was Just in gave us a permanent general. What that means is that we had to show the judge if we when are we going to trial which we will on this issue that we're likely to win in to that we if we didn't have adjusted to stop the president from not implementing federal law and we would be irreparably harm and that is true because we have people coming across the border that we don't know with their health status is we don't have any have code but we have a big deal about construction but apparently not in this case and then we know you know. We have crime on our board of transnational crime drug trafficking human trafficking all of that with beyond the rise as well as significant cost of the state of texas to one in prison and people that we caught committing crimes and to Hang were education healthcare and other costs associated with people coming to our country. I mean i don't so Concerns i guess that Eight iranians quick trying to Possible terrorists are trying to cross the border and other groups that ms thirteen That would terrorize certain country. Yeah and that's another concern. We because the more is so open and then this policy we were inviting trouble. We're inviting obviously some people that are trying to escape their their countries for good reason but we also are inviting people that have bad intentions whether it's drugs or Other types of crimes They can also be terrorists. And so it's it's it's a pretty significant security risk Both of my state and really for the entire country. The other thing that people are concerned about Surprised by his sign. More executive orders than president clinton obama and trump combined. Is he trying to circumvent the Congress doing that instead of congressman lewis. That he's going to be making the lowest. Yeah i think too great ingredients. That is what is happening. Certainly this first lawsuit on immigration. There's no doubt that he is competing conduct and doing it very blatantly it openly and maybe the idea here is why not try it. Let's just see what happens All i can do is be back in the position i was. He didn't have any downside and blatantly violating federal law or blatantly volley constitutional authority. And so i think the ideas why not. They'll have to go fight us for years. We'll keep putting out executive orders and maybe there won't be enough resources in the state to fight back..

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"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

04:52 min | 11 months ago

"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Table. Truncates from td. Here sunday morning. Well so many things happening in the world. I don't even know where to start on sunday morning with us this morning. Texas attorney general ten paxton and a lot of things are happening in texas and he'll fill us in good morning general paxton. How would you on. Well it's been a pretty crazy couple of weeks in texas. I can tell you that as you know. We had a pretty severe winter storm come in took out significant parts of our power our delivery of electricity consumer. I actually personally sat in mycole house that was in the forties With with no electricity. No heat no lights. We couldn't wait to cook outside and six degree temperatures on a gas grill and we sat in front of our gas fireplace sports. All we had that which helps keep one of our rooms in the low fifties so it was it was quite the experience and then that followed up because of the loss of power. A lot of people also lost water And then now we've got financial issues dealing with you know who's gonna pay for all this mess. I believe it. Why did the whole system breakdown. I mean people are looking at it The the the texas is a wonderful place. You guys are getting flocks and fox of new people in from all over the country. What happened that. The system broke down so that is very good question. I think we know some of the answers but we don't know all of them. Were senate hearings yesterday. State senate during interviewing some of the erc the board numbers and the the ceo. My office is gonna do an investigation. We've already started asking questions and sending out questions to arcot. Northcott is the is the nonprofit oversees our separate grid texas. has its own grid. Electric grid unlike most states. That are all connected. We have our own and so we have a lot of questions as we know that that several of the plants were not winterized. And that's like a question to ask if the why weren't these plants. Winter is to protect against us and there are questions about. Why did charges go up from. I think normally twenty two dollars an hour up to nine thousand dollars per megawatt hour. So that's a pretty massive increase and it's gonna be interesting to see. Who has the paper all. It was allegations that seven machines went offline some generators offline because they regulated Where the price for A natural gas or whatever At a certain point and the price went above that so instead of losing money somehow forty percent of the generators. were down..

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"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Repair A limited political poll could be bad news for Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. WB apiece, Dennis Martin Paxton is being investigated by the FBI I over bribery and abuse of office accusations made by several of his former deputies. That's why the Associated Press asked Texas more than 100 Republican State lawmakers. If they have confidence in Paxton on the ABC says only two of them responded. They said they have no reason to question Paxton's performance, but they are awaiting the results. But the FBI investigation Gonna smarten WB AP News the top U. S House Republican and paid a visit to Donald Trump in Florida. Fox's Gardel Scott reports. The meeting between California Congressman Kevin McCarthy and the former president was, according to a statement from McCarthy, a commitment towards 2022 helping elect Republicans to the House and Senate. The House GOP leader blamed Democrats for in his words, pushing an agenda that divides Fox News reported. McCarthy got the invitation to meet with former President Trump as he was in Florida for fundraiser GURNAL Scott Fox News. McCarthy, who earlier this week called on his Republican colleagues to stop going after one another is facing criticism from Congressman Matt Gates. Kevin McCarthy needs to hold a vote on Liz Cheney. And if he doesn't The Republican Conference is a total joke. Appearing on Fox is Tucker Carlson. Tonight, Gates talked up his efforts to have list Cheney removed his House Conference House GOP conference chair for voting to impeach President Trump before he left office..

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"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, No Texas, the first state to sue the Biden administration, and we won. At least we got a temporary restraining order. And hopefully that will continue. Let's go to John in killer, John. How you doing? Just fine, sir. How you I'm well, Thank you. Well, you know, Joe Biden talked about how he threatened. They've got the Ukrainian prosecutor fired that was investigating his son of that engine company. So as long as hunter Biden is making money off the oil industry, it's okay and great. But when 11,000 Americans make money off of it is bad in one terrible for the economy. Yeah, acceptable casualties under the Biden administration. Maybe John Just maybe we ought to put 100 Biden in charge of Oh, I don't know Exxon or Texaco or one of these huge oil and gas companies. And then as long as hunters involved Biden will stay away from it. You know? I mean, that sounds reasonable, right? Well, sure does. Just like China. I think there's the largest polluter in the world with fossil fuels, but it's gonna be okay for them to do it. It won't be key for us. But China by, uh, biting collusion, I think, but, uh yeah. Forget Russian collusion that never Woz, uh, landed while from Russia. Now start the industry down. We may have to buy it from Russia Tissue. It could be biting Russia collusion. Exactly. Absolutely, John. Very good call. I appreciate it. Yeah. Um What happened to that story? Where did that go in the news cycle. The 100 Biden laptop and the Ukrainian deal. And all of that was that all fake news was that all a figment of conservative imagination or was their real evidence as opposed to the Steele dossier. Yeah, well, look, be sure you understand. Democrats manifest UPA Chrissy every minute of every day, especially when they're working on behalf of they say of the American people. You know, I keep hearing about. Well, we're gonna have electric cars and wind power of We're not gonna get any a missions. We're not going to do anything. Wait. It's all gonna be great. Of course, I'm gonna make every single man and woman in America unemployed on on my way to doing that. Just like with the XL pipeline. You know, he keeps talking about. We're gonna be a mission free by 2035. Well, what about the people that have to pay a mortgage payment next month? Not 2035. But next month or this month? What about the people that need to eat need to send their kids to school? You know, you keep this pie in the sky crap. Which is why I'm going to create this, and I'm gonna create that. You know people in hell want ice water, too, But that doesn't mean it's coming. Probably not. I mean, you saying it doesn't make it so well, I'm gonna be the most aggressive president on climate change. It's the biggest murder. You know, people are trying to figure out How to keep their kids in school. You know how Tonto Carpool to get where they need to go. How to put groceries in the fridge on you're sitting there telling me well, 25 years from now we're going to be the most. I don't want to hear that garbage and the American people don't want to hear that garbage. You don't get rid of something before you have something better to replace it, And that's exactly why you're doing it and you're doing it. To appease the AOC idiot in your party and you need to stop. You work for the American people, Not the Democrat Party is at two damn doubt. Tough to understand. I'm right Roberts News talking 20. W b A p. You've got enough to deal with.

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"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Up Gavin Newsom, governor of California, he's been talking about how the science guides and there's only one problem. Early. It does not. Is the bench Bureau show. Hey, damn, 7 90. ABC News at 3 30 I'm Kevin Trap. A temporary restraining order has been issued over the Biden administration's paws on deportations. Texas Federal judge issued the ruling on Tuesday, citing the Administrative Procedure Act. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton sued the new administration last week, saying the Trump administration and Texas reach an agreement before Biden was sworn in requiring consultation before any deportation changes are made. Paxton calls the 14 Day restraining order of victory against the seditious Left wing. Insurrection. I'm Tom Roberts. President Joe Biden says the federal government will purchase an additional 200 million doses of Corona virus vaccines. This enough vaccine Fully vaccinate 300 Americans. By end of the summer, the beginning of the fall. State GOP has somebody men, Jordan Cunningham is demanding answers on the Corona virus vaccine roll out. It should be a relatively simple thing for them to share that information with us and they haven't been willing to do that. Which makes me wonder what formula are they implying Who's determined where the vaccine does this go. He wants Dr Mark Galley of California's Health and Human Services Department to explain the lack of communication and transparency. ABC News is sponsored by the California Labor and Workforce Development Agency. Essential workers of the foundation of our economy. Our families and communities depend on them. If you're concerned about your safety at work due to Cove in 19 Take action. Learn your rights, visit d i r dot CIA dot go forward slash coven. ABC Weather Tonight Partly cloudy in the evening Becoming mostly cloudy with a 20% chance of rain after midnight lows in the mid to upper forties. Tomorrow cloudy with a 30% chance of rain. I's in the mid fifties to lower sixties southeast winds 15 to 25 MPH. It's the power drive home after John Phillips has Ben Shapiro at three, then Dan Bongino moves up to five PM bench Appear with Dan Bongino on your Drive home today on 7 90 KBC traffic Next Google home can help you stay up to date on the latest news. Don't believe us. Just say, Hey, Google play KBC. Sure, Here's Skate and 7 93. BC dependable traffic Mid City The 10 westbound after LeBron that accident's been clear the traffic is still heavy from Arlington with here on the 605 south bounded Washington stall in the right lane of the on ramp and I'm Hills a stop and go on the 91 eastbound between were Canyon and Gypsum Canyon. Corona on the 91 this time westbound before Lincoln crashing the center divider on Terrio, the 15 South bound after Haruka crashed, blocking the middle lane, stop and go from the 10, Ontario, this time north bound on the 15 at Aruba crashed, blocking the onramp. That's dependable traffic. I'm.

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"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on KTRH

"18 year old woman charged in the fatal shooting of a disabled Cyprus woman over the weekend, maybe released from jail. Emma Pressler appeared in court today were a judge found no probable cause against her. Prosecutors still argue she was among a group of people who opened fire on a home Killing 20 year old Sierra Rod as she slept in bed Rock had cerebral palsy, and her mother says she was full of life. I hope these people are caught. They took my heart. I'll never ever be the same. I can't even go in my house. Skater's beliefs. Here is 15 year old brother may have been the intended target. The Texas Supreme Court is block terrorist county clerk Chris Holland's from sending mail in ballot applications to all registered voters in the county state is suing Holland's on the grounds he is violating state law and confusing voters. State law only allows mail in voting for those over 65, who are out of their county of residence for the election or physically disabled. A statement. State Attorney General Ken Paxton says he strongly commends the court's decision Today. Texas Senator John Cornyn and Democratic opponent M. J Hagar are set for at least one debate next month. They'll meet to discuss the issues October 9th the bullet Texas State History Museum in Austin. Debate will be broadcast by next are broadcasting and shown statewide online. Hagar says she hopes for two more debates. While Cornyn's campaign says only that they are open to other meetings for school board has approved a new plan to bring students back to campus. Teachers will head back to class for starting September 23rd Elementary school Children will start returning and phases Five days later, All students who've chosen face to face starting will be back in class. October. 12 postseason baseball is coming to Texas whether the Astros and Rangers are involved or not. Major League Baseball reportedly plans to shift its landscape from teams playing at their home stadiums to neutral sites for the latter rounds of the coming post season. Two weeks from today, the baseball playoffs are scheduled to begin with 16 team format. Eight teams from each league. The first round will be best of three game Siri's, with teams playing in their traditional home parks. But then the last eight teams alive will relocate as Fox Sports is Ken Rosenthal tweeted writing for the athletic that and they'll be in the Players Association reached agreement late last night on a plan for the 2020 postseason, including neutral site bubbles for the division, Siri's League Championship Series and World Siri's details of pre bubble quarantines for players and families. Not yet clear. Jared Max Fox News Lieutenant covered and Patrick, working on behalf of the Trump campaign, hosted a Business roundtable in Houston. Today. We want to hear from them how their rebounding, recovering and some pending on their industry state steady think of the time, but we're seeing a.

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"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on KTRH

"Attorney General Ken Paxton rules local health authorities may not issue sweeping orders closing schools for the sole purpose of preventing future Cove in 19 infections. In a statement, the attorney general says, while local health authorities may possess some authority to close schools in limited circumstances They may not issue blanket orders, closing all schools on a purely preventive basis. That decision rightfully remains with school system leaders. Governor Greg Abbott, waving the great requirement for the star test for students in the fifth and eighth grades. The state wave the start test in the previous school year because of school closures resulting from the pandemic test is used to evaluate both students and teachers. Attorney General Bill Bar is defending the Justice Department's response to the riots. House Judiciary Committee chair in Jerry Nadler accuses theater knee general of sending in federal law enforcement. The city's like Portland, Oregon, to create conflict in hopes of giving President Trump a campaign boost. Now you're projecting fear and violence. Nationwide. In pursuit of obvious political objectives. Shame on you, Mr Bar Attorney General William Bar counters. Demonstrations have been hijacked by rioters who are threatening federal courts. People march to the court try to gain entrance and have set fires. Thrown things used explosives. Bar says officers are not looking for trouble on Capitol Hill. Jared Hound for Fox News, a large pharmaceutical company accuses the president of targeting that industry, the CEO of pharmaceutical giant Pfizer tweeting that President Trump's executive orders on drug pricing would cause what he called enormous destruction at a time when the industry should be entirely focused on Cove, it 19 Visors CEO threatening that the company Would consider job reductions if the executive orders go through the tweet in response to a treat from the president, in which he writes that Big Pharma is taking TV ads to say I am raising drug prices ad is a lie. Meanwhile, a plan White House meeting with pharmaceutical executives that President Trump said would occur today is now off. In Washington. John Decker Fox News, Katie Rates News Time is 12 04 on Wall Street. Down Morning The Dow is down 92 to 26,000 for 92 S and P is down just 32 32 37. The NASDAQ is down 34 to 10,503. And the future contract for oil at 41 01 Now Max gains at S T. A wealth management takes a look at your money. Things were looking a bit brighter for the U. S.

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"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"attorney general ken paxton" Discussed on KTRH

"Attorney General Ken Paxton is among a bipartisan group of state attorneys general launching a multi state investigation into the business practices of Google Paxton says Google dominates all aspects of advertising and searching on the internet even though there's maybe not a direct cost the searching on the internet if advertising costs are higher who is a pain that the advertisers pay that's all passed on to consumers ultimately our consumers are harmed the group in says this is not a lawsuit but an investigation to determine the facts and look into Google's potential monopolistic behavior electricity reliability council of Texas we all know home is our kat is not only worried about having enough power during the summer with this extreme hate but the upcoming cold can cause issues as well caught spokeswoman Leslie sop co told Katie our age they've been testing to see if the group can handle the demand all of the scenarios that we studied for the upcoming fall and winter seasons we determined there should be sufficient generation to meet the demands. all of the time winter peak demand record was set on January seventeenth of last year between seven and eight eight AM the FBI is offering a fifteen thousand dollar reward in connection with a pair of armored car robberies in the Houston area agents say two men held up a Louis Currier on August thirteenth outside a chase bank impair land to then a second career August twenty seventh in Rome bowl both men are black about six feet one they fled in a brown sedan possibly some Republican sadness out of Alaska Serra Palance husband appears to be seeking a divorce from his wife of thirty one years paperwork believed to be from Todd Pailin us sided incompatibility of temperament in seeking to end his marriage to the two thousand eight Republican vice presidential nominee the filing Friday was in the anchorage Superior Court it only identified the company the couple as their initials the Palance were married in nineteen eighty eight news time midnight of three San Antonio city council is being sued over its chick fillet ban earlier this year the council ban the popular restaurant chain from being built in the San Antonio airport for its stance on LGBT issues now the president of Texas values Jonathan signs who supports the lawsuit said that in a statement this is just one of many lawsuits that they expect to see in the upcoming months for attacking the Christian values the restaurant represents for illegally banning chick fillet from the airport and in sports in a real heart stopping last three seconds of the game Texans lost to New Orleans Saints twenty eight to thirty and the Astros still a little bit better yeah they Robert Ford is to use bars were really enjoyed calling the game. final score was fifteen the absolutely nothing so many bats in just one game they'll play again.

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