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"attorney general robert kennedy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"He is the most disastrous president in modern times. Not worse now. He hasn't been in office a year. Here's what? I don't understand. This is what impeachments for. You got to lay the foundation. You got to build the case. It takes time, but it can be done. The Democrats lowered the bar Impeachment lowered it so far in my view was unconstitutional. What they did to Donald Trump. Great one Mark Leveson weeknights at six. Listen on the 77 W ABC Mobile app. Now the O Reilly update brings you something you might not know. 59 years ago this month or riot broke out at the University of Mississippi and enraged mob attacked U. S marshals stationed on campus. Why the admission of a black U. S. Air Force veteran James MEREDITH, Here is the story. Born June 25th 1933 in rural Mississippi, Mr. MEREDITH graduated high school joined the military in 1951 serving at an air base in Japan. He returned to his home state determined to become the first African American to attend all mess. He studied at Jackson State College of Black School from 1960 to 61, then applied for admission to the University of Mississippi. The administration there immediately moved to block James MEREDITH. A racist move to be sure. In February, the College Center vet a telegram denying his emission. After a little explanation of the rejection, he filed a lawsuit with the assistance of the ACP. After a legal battle, the Supreme Court ruled on September 10th 1962 That James MEREDITH was to be admitted to Ole Miss Mississippi Governor Ross Barnett tried to prevent his enrollment by assuming the position of registrar at the school. But on September 30th 1962 a deal was reached between the governor and the U. S. Attorney General Robert Kennedy to allow MEREDITH to enroll. Then all hell broke loose. A mob of angry Weitz confronted US marshals guarding James MEREDITH. The crowd assaulted the feds with bricks outside the school's administration building. Federal troops were quickly deployed to quell the unrest. And James MEREDITH needed 24 hour security at Ole Miss. The troops remained on campus for nearly a year to ensure his safety. Despite these challenges, James MEREDITH graduated with a bachelor's degree in August 1963. Today. He and his wife, Judy, live in Jackson, Mississippi. And here's something else you might not know. Mr MEREDITH struggled to integrate the University of Mississippi pave the way for millions of others as of this year. 21% of the entire student body at Ole Miss is comprised of minorities. James MEREDITH is a true American hero whose story has not been told nearly enough. Back after this. The tunnel to Towers Foundation honoring America's heroes and their families with 200 mortgage free homes this year Amazing In.
"attorney general robert kennedy" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick
"Yes wave of before we leave that two things. that strike me patricia. One is so amazing that she was talking about dignity as a constitutional right protected in the thirteenth and fourteenth. I mean that that was before. I started hearing justice kennedy and justice ginsburg talking about dignity. So there's a way in which just as she just saw the inherent weakness in separate equal. She was like. I'm not gonna sit here and waste my time making equal facilities. This is about human dignity. There's a way in which in all the ways that she's ahead of her time she really sees the constitution as a document that is promoting equal dignity long before afoul long before justice. Kennedy is writing it in. And it does seem to me that it's another way in which she's just so boundlessly ahead of her time absolutely so so foundational so that many of the signature rulings that we have seen recently to me. Go all the way back to polly's notion of of human dignity in in human equality in authentic self hood so yes that undergirds brown it undergirds of the civil. The civil rights The civil rights work of the sixties end and her fight to ensure that title seven which would include sex as a category in that deal She almost single-handedly Say that by Drafting a memo memorandum. That was sent to every congressperson a to attorney general robert kennedy and she and a network of women activists got that memorandum to lady bird johnson with the cover letter in which pauline mary. Say it you know. Women are being discouraged from speaking out about this. But i want you to know that the bill without the sex amid in it would mean that Only black man would have Equal protection and not black women and she was on edge until she got a note from ladybird social secretary which it said that the the sh- that lady bird hit sheared the argument with her husband. President johnson and that And that the amendment would the be a would remain as as it was so the other thing about Paulie i'm going back to an earlier question. You raised about her About how her contributions just not forefront in the forefront in there's another part of person of personality that kind of i it's it's confusing in the sense that here's a person with these bold ideas but temperamentally shy an introvert in many ways and You know she would call you out but into personally shy so that when now is formed polly murray woods. Comfortable with the idea of better for dan being the national spokesperson who represented the newly found a national organization for women in in with the media and the larger Community so i think it is polly mary. Shyness to that has contributed somewhat to the extent that she is not identified with projects in organizations for which she clearly is. One of the founders. We'll be back in just a moment with more about polymers. Life and legacy in the law with the directors of my name is pauline. Murray betsy west and julia cohen and consulting producer professor patricia bell scott but first a few brief messages from our sponsors and before we leave the law. I wanna give betsy or julia. You're both of you a chance to just talk about this arc. Because i think patricia sort of laid out. She gets really interested in the law. She feels that this is the vehicle for bringing about Massive social change as we've suggested now a couple of times. Her name is on the brief in reid. V read She ends up although totally une credited. Doing some of the work that becomes the foundation of brown v board. All of this happens and sheep. She presumably could find a life in the law and yet in the end and this is i can't help a contrast her to our bg rpg lashes herself to institutions. She lashes herself to the acl youth. She then lashes herself to the federal appeals court and then the supreme court. There's a way in which and i guess. I'm just so curious about this. I think patricia makes this point. That poli gets really frustrated with institutions. That aren't moving fast enough. That are blinkered that Are just not getting it done quickly enough and i can't help but want again either betsy julie for you to walk me through this counterfactual. Where if she had stuck with some institution if she had just said i rise and fall either with the courts or the universities or some institution that this might have been an easier road for her. Or if just the institution of the law itself in the end wasn't enough for her the way it was enough for our bg. Yeah this is. Julie i i mean i think The easy road was really not of much interest to pauli. Murray i you know. That's at the start of the premise of all this polly said On a number of occasions that that is super interested in being at the vanguard of all kinds of different movements once others joined in and wanted to take up that fight then polly was ready to move on to the next thing. I mean we. We love the moment in our film. Where eleanor holmes norton. Who was a classmate of paulie paulie was getting doctorate at yale law. School and eleanor norton was a j. d. student You know eleanor holmes norton and some of the other black yale law students were out there. You know fighting for civil rights as people were in the nineteen sixties and paulie at. That point really was most interested in talking about feminism. And which was not a known not a very well known concept in the early sixties. And basically eleanor schwartz. Just that's your so. We were all like wondering. What are you talking about. paulie Paulie liked to liked being way ahead of the curve and was willing to do that. Maybe at the expense of becoming a a central figure in a movement. That paulie stuck with over a course of of decades. I mean there's a great moment. Where paulie says i. I like to think that. I have lived and will live to see. My lost causes found So even if it wasn't paulie that was going to drag something over the finish line. If police started something and then it moved forward. You know with or without folly than that still victory made. There's i think that patricia captured this. But there's a restlessness to pauli murray and you see that that always pushing always going to the next thing finally gets to paul..
Mildred and Richard Loving's Love Created Lasting Change for Interracial Couples
"Military. Dolores jeeter was born on july twenty second nineteen thirty nine in central point virginia. Her family was of african american european and native american descent. Unlike most southern cities in the height of jim crow central point was integrated black and white people mixed freely with relatively little racial tension. It was there that a teenage mildred met and fell in love with a young white man named richard. Loving mildred and richard began quietly dating when military became pregnant at eighteen. The couple decided to get married. But in nineteen fifty eight interracial marriage was illegal in the state of virginia barred from marrying in their home state. Mildred and richard drove to washington. Dc to tie the not. The young couple had only been married a few short weeks when in the early hours of one july morning. Sheriff garnett brooks and two deputies stormed into the couple's bedroom and central point acting on an anonymous tip that the couple was living in violation of virginia law. The police demanded to know. Mildew its relationship to richard. Mildred said plainly. I'm his wife and gestured at their marriage certificate on the wall. This did little to persuade the police. Even though they had not married within state lines the virginia law still forbade black and white citizens for marrying outside of virginia and then returning to live in the state as a result both richard and a pregnant mildred spent nights in jail. They eventually pleaded guilty to violating virginia law. Mildred ann richards plea bargain spared them from a one year prison sentence but ordered them to leave the state and not returned together for twenty five years. The loving somewhat followed orders after settling their court fees. They moved to washington dc where they raised. Three children occasionally making independent trips into virginia to visit family at great risk of imprisonment. Mildred richard made clandestine trips into virginia together and secretly lived there for a short period of time but by nineteen sixty three. The couple had had enough mildred. Who was already unhappy with city. Life decided she was done for good after her son was hit by a car on the advice of her cousin. Mildred wrote to then attorney general robert kennedy to ask for his assistance kennedy wrote back and referred mildred and her husband the american civil liberties union or the aclu. The aclu took their case four years later on april tenth nineteen sixty seven following legal challenge after legal challenge. The case of loving. Virginia made its way to the supreme
Merrick Garland's Radical Plan To Combat Voter Suppression Is Not What It Seems
"Garland. I wonder the Democrats. Desperately wanted him on the United States Supreme Court. He's not a moderate, He's not thoughtful. He's not reasonable. Is another one of them. Them. Radical. I want you to know what he's doing. We have the head of the Civil rights division of the Justice Department who is a flat out her name is Clark as I recall flat out racist, she said, and written some of the most unbelievable stuff. I think Susan Collins voted for confirmation to but nonetheless, there she is. And having secured that position. At the request of Biden and this attorney general. What's happening now? According to Yahoo News, John Ward. Attorney General Merrick Garland. Said that the Department of Justice will dramatically increase its focus on preventing voter suppression. Now you have to understand something. Voter suppression for the Democrat party means what Means state legislatures having rational voting systems in place. Not anarchy. So he's going to increase its focus on preventing voter suppression by doubling the number of lawyers in the civil rights division. In response to a rash of lawsuits or look Excuse me. Laws that have been made made it harder to vote in many states. Now you have to understand how lousy the media Made it harder to vote in many states. So if I want to leave Virginia and vote in, say, Maryland and they say you can't because I'm not a citizen of Maryland. You see, Maryland has just made it harder for me to vote in Maryland. Mr. Producer you understand? It's just disgusting. Our media have really killed this country. We will use all existing provisions to ensure that we protect every qualified Americans seeking to participate in our democracy, Garland said in one of his Castro like speeches Garland compared his action to that taken by former Attorney General Robert Kennedy, who said the Justice Department needed a lot more lawyers to combat laws and said says nothing to do. With what Robert Kennedy had to do during segregation. This is so outrageously disgusting. They're going to double the lawyers and the civil rights division and unleash them on our country. Harass the state legislatures try and push this H R one s one into law, forcing states to adopt them. Because Congress couldn't pass it. That is exactly what's going on here.
"attorney general robert kennedy" Discussed on Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper
"Wait just his midsection installed in nineteen thirties when the building was finished according to the justice department statues were hidden by curtains on november twentieth. When president bush came to the justice department to name the building after the assassinated former attorney general robert kennedy comstock sets the. Apparently the justice department bought the drapes to avoid having to rent them every time. The agency had a formal event. Okay so i guess. Apparently ashcroft didn't know is being done. I don't we don't believe that. Do not no way that they were just covered up. I like that though this scantily clad justice statue because it kind of implies that there's you know after doing this you got to get to like finish the job. This doesn't just barely not covering the breast. I mean not breast is like prominent. And then there's there's there's the justices also hang on a second. Here he is okay. It's not covering his midsection. It's covering the crotch area just barely barely met once that cover. I guess they are covered up to. But i mean midsection makes it seemed like he was wearing a crop top and his genitals were exposed. Which would have been very very interesting. Yeah this is just like a strategically placed right. Yeah piece of clothing right like if that shot is from any any other angle. You're seeing you're seeing balls right. Yeah there's a really big There's a great A short story by russian matter of lots of called the suitcase in one of the stories in a scares of and yet senate tells the story of how he worked as an apprentice to sculptor at one point and he lets he lets the reader in on a secret which is that the sculptures basically busy making tons of lenin statues in other communist figures. But there are all anatomically correct under the closed like they all have wow genitals under the clothes. Yeah the realist. Yeah i guess so. So maybe maybe Maybe that's secret. Sculpting as this is a photo of of ashcroft kind of making how would you describe his hands right here. She's doing the fish. This big yeah. But it's important is that it's not flat hands. They're going around their cop exactly. She's behind her it. Would natalie very inappropriate. That's actually kind of a funny picture yet. Who took that shot. Los angeles times. The photographer isn't that we're ever isn't that weird. This is again. One of these kind of borderline mix genre. It could go under weird or terrible right. Just the i think the headline like kind of speaks for itself but we actually did a story on this before people viewers and listeners. A a tragic gender reveal party where people were killed in a plane crashing. This is actually a thing. Apparently i'm reading it the spectator Why are people dying. A gender reveal parties. These events have escalated to frightening fascinating levels. And then they go through some of the examples in new hampshire man has turned himself into the police after setting off. Eighty pounds of explosives as part of a gender reveal party. Nbc reports that the explosion which apparently caused by illegal explosive called tanna. Ray led to fears of an earthquake and cracked the foundations of nearby homes. And that was because of a gender reveal party and of course gender reveal parties reveal whether a couple new child is a boy or girl. Apparently you know when you can you. In the first gender reveal video can be traced back to two thousand nine. Has you know yeah exactly. Yeah article stocks. You're no links. How do you not have any links this all right so Yeah oh yeah. What news is this fake news. Okay reading again. This terrible article with no links. Ben six meth. Is that even real name. At first the videos were safe and boring someone to cut into a cake to reveal colorful icing or boxwood release colorful balloons but as parents struggle to stand out from the crowd. The sophistications scouted reveals mounted this month. Two people were killed when a plane releasing pink smoke crashed mexico in february. New york man was killed when a device he was building for his child's gender reveal party exploded. Another explosion claimed the life of a grandmother when she was struck by shrapnel and knoxville. last year. i know in two thousand and twenty a smoke. Generating pyrotechnic device led off at a california gender. Real party ignited a file a wildfire that burned homes and claimed the lives of a firefighter in two thousand seventeen. A gender reveal party and arizona set off another blaze louisiana fan. This is like really messed a louisiana family placed a watermelon in an alligator mouth. That exploded with a splash of blue jelly. Looking a texas family copied the stunt using a hippopotamus. That's not okay at all. Why not that's murder. What's i mean you can't do that. What the hippopotamus heat. So it's a an a an a watermelon. that part is fine but then kill hippopotamus. I'm sure it did. Why wait on place. Watermelon alligators mouth that exploded. I think it could've just been the. I thought not meant that the hippo and the an alligator went within that would be messed up with they actually put explosives and blue jillian in the nats. That's kind of what i thought it was all right. We gotta find that actual event.
"attorney general robert kennedy" Discussed on Tipsy Tales
"I cut that corean time ago. But i get like netflix and hulu and I dunno smother stuff but but when they're like if you watch discovery then but you still have to have a provider. If i had a provider. I wouldn't need to log onto Free because it would be with my provider. I did watch when i was looking for it. And i was telling you about the comedy store and we have to do that. One it was. Oh that one is. It was good. Did you watch it. Yeah yeah. I didn't realize i actually had it on my list in totally forgot about it. Yeah you're gonna do. Yeah then there's also the fight the viper. Yeah that one too. In meridian core staff began calling nearby. Jails and police stations enquiring about three men. the standard procedure when organizers failed to return on time many herring jailer's wife claim. There was no phone call on june twenty first but core records show call to the philadelphia jail. Run five thirty so the fucking liars. Many many many many many memo haring lemons miss mammie miss many haring the next morning. June twenty second one. They never checked in as they have been trained. The doj was notified am. Fbi was brought in attorney. General robert kennedy asks them person. Who's where like a pretty turbulent. Tenure is definitely a shift happening. Yeah yeah universal. Yeah there was so much stuff going on. So many assassinations the whole civil rights movement. Like everything as crazy is crazy time and it was before i was born. I'm the worst. Yeah me i just by a couple of years. Let me to that day. The fbi was into philadelphia and began interviewing and investigating the disappearance by late afternoon on june. Twenty third the vehicle was found by members of the choctaw tribe. I somehow left out. The word vehicle was found by the members of the choctaw tribe on their on their land and investigators identified the core station wagons still smouldering from an attempt to destroy evidence own now. The focus shifted from rescue to recovery of the men's bodies. Because at this point they're like okay. They're dead yeah now. The press was involved in case was becoming a national scandal in no small part because both swarner and goodman were white northerners so you can't leave that out of the fact like if it was just three black civil rights workers. They probably wouldn't. And i'll tell you why it would have gone under the radar. Shuldiner's wife actually says to report. The slaying of a negro in mississippi is not news. it is only because my husband. Andrew goodman were white that the national arm has been sounded. Which was the truth. The search went on through july. While investigators searched the woods filled swamps rivers like they looked everywhere in mississippi and mississippi am isis site ppi where they also found and before. I watch mississippi burning. That's the only thing i know about. Mississippi was how to spell it. I remember when i was kid. Learning how to scott. Yeah it was a fun. One to learn. And i says i is up. Okay so what. I was talking about earlier. In their search through the swamps and everything all they also found the bodies of eight african american men to identified so not the ones are searching. Boy tour identified as henry de and charles moore college students who had been kidnapped beaten and word and may nineteen sixty four so just like a month before another corpse so they disappeared without a word..
"attorney general robert kennedy" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"You till nine o'clock this morning. Your crystal sales up at nine. Friend, Dr Allan Saxe. Re ta joins us right now. Political science professor kind enough to give us some insight into what's going on in the world. Especially right now, with the resignation of Attorney General Bar E. I guess you could kind of see this coming. It doesn't happen until then. What? 20 year whatever of a December You're down in the last three or four weeks in the administration. Is this a big deal and I don't think it's a big deal. It could have been if it was done some months ago. But today he only has another month to go anyway. So where he left and day the reason why according to a lot of people is that he did not want to make a lot of the stuff public that he knew a lot of the investigations of the Biden family. And I other issues, and President Trump is very aggravated with a aggravated with that, and with because Is our country, our government? Are we accepting the fact that it's okay to have Illegal votes counted. I hope not. You raise a very important question. I think a lot of people know if you look at the polls that this election was tainted It's some people say was stolen. In fact, it's really jumped all over the country here in Arlington, Texas, and Little Town. Well, not so little anymore. But if you drive down some of the streets, especially Go on road on some some weekends. You'll sign that a lot of demonstrators and they had a at least up until recently, they had flags out. Don't steal the vote. And stop the seal and a lot of American flags and trump flags. And if they did makes him what now, but the rancor, the aggravation and what happened in that last election will not go soon. When you look at the job that Barr did his attorney general, and we go back to what you were talking about earlier, didn't he didn't release the information about these investigations, among among other things, and your mind Did he do his job correctly? Is will he go down as Good attorney general under Donald Trump. Very interim. He wasn't there that long to make a big impression. The attorney general has a tough role. They're supposed to be there to protect the president but also to administer justice. And in the DOJ, the Department of Justice, in fact, going all the way back to the Kennedy years. One of the reasons why old Joe Kennedy, the father of Opportunity client on I mean that an affectionate way. Um, the reason why John Kennedy President Kennedy picked his brother for attorney General Robert Kennedy was that the father knew that it does. John Kennedy We need a backup. We need protection. And that's why he takes Bobby Kennedy, the brother to be the attorney general under John Kennedy. Ah, very interesting historical note and their suicide truth in that. So, Mr Barr and all its remained. Generals have a real problem. How do you protect the president and also how you administer justice. And I think that Mr Barr got caught in a hole that way. For Dr Alan Sacks after traffic.
"attorney general robert kennedy" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Equal housing lender license in all 50 states in MLS number 30 38 16. Seattle's Morning News Thiss Mourning, the Trump legal team got a court order allowing members of their team in as observers for the vote counting in Philadelphia this morning. And as former state attorney General Robert Kennedy tells this is not the only legal challenge in Pennsylvania has a lawsuit going that is likely to go to the U. S. Supreme Court over the state Supreme Court's decision to allow ballots that air received after Election Day. To be counted. The state law in Pennsylvania states that all ballots must be received by five PM on election day in order to be counted, including bouts that air mailed in, and they upheld that rule for the primary election earlier this year, But the state Supreme Court subsequently found back in September. That because of all the problems created by covert by the pandemic, that we're in a state of natural disaster, and they decided the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania decided that if ballots arrive by the end of the day on November 6, they would still be counted. That's the challenge that was taken up to the Supreme Court. Supreme Court declined to rule on it prior to Election Day this week, but it's likely that they'll take it up after this week. At some point, Okay, so they have one more day to receive balance, right? That's there's no controversy about that. Is there Well, the controversy is under what pence of any state law the ballots were all supposed to be in by five PM November 3rd. So the Supreme Court basically off of Pennsylvania, you know, basically created a new deadline and their ruling. The question is, is that constitutional Constitution and doesn't violate Doesn't violate federal statutes because federal statutes in particular, um three U. S. C section once federally designated a uniformed election day. On so the Republicans in Pennsylvania, arguing that allowing ballots to come in after election it'd be counted violates that uniformity provisions. When it's like, though, we allow that as long as you get the balloting is postmarked by Election Day. We accept it. Indeed, And that's a very that's very interesting. So it would be curious to see the Supreme Court deciding that states that make that decision are somehow violating a federal law that seems unlikely to me Maurin Trist ing or not more interesting, But another interesting argument is that the state Supreme Court of Pennsylvania said that absentee or mail in ballots received in three days of election day will be counted even if they're not postmarked. Which is interesting, because of course, in our state. You have to have a postmark or drop it off at a drop off box by the end of the day, Election day. And the reason for that, of course, is it without a postmark? If it comes in by mail, How do you know what I was actually mailed by Election Day? Yeah, so it's safe to jump into the alibis. Right. But the problem is, though, if he had the conservative Supreme Court, why would they usual ruling that would change the rules of other states that don't have any problems in this area. Well, they they can't change the rules of other states under the federal Constitution. Time, place and manner of elections is controlled by state law. That's why we have this unusual top two primary in Washington state. I had to go to the state of the U. S. Supreme Court to defend it, but they did uphold it because we got to set our basic election rules. However, there are federal constitutional requirements there federal statutory requirements back in 2000. The state of Florida was after after many weeks was ordered by the U. S. Supreme Court to stop counting ballots because the Supreme Court found that the different ways they were recounting ballots violated principle of equal protection under the federal Constitution. In other words, the likelihood that you're about to counter recounted in Florida weeks after the election depended on what county you happen to live in and cast your vote in That was deemed to violate equal protection. But here's the thing, Dave, I I think that if this election is decided, not because of Pennsylvania But because of where the electoral votes from Arizona and Nevada go, which is what Biden would need at this point to win, that's that would give him electoral college victory. If other states decide this election, I think theatre tension in Pennsylvania will fade. And even if the U. S Supreme Court overruled Pennsylvania's rule, it wouldn't change the outcome of the election. So I don't think, given the trend lines in the vote counting right now. I don't think it's likely that would come down to Pennsylvania. But if it does, it does come down to one legal challenge from one state. It's probably this one because of the huge number of votes that Pennsylvania received in the mail after Election Day. Former state attorney general Ron McKenna. Current electoral map on the New York Times website reads as follows. 2 53 for Joe Biden to 14 for Donald Trump. Nevada, Arizona, Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania. Still up in the air. The popular vote 72.2 million for Biden 68.4 for Trump is a 21. Oh, show boils. What's the difference between a heavy congestion day at an easy down the roads at.
"attorney general robert kennedy" Discussed on AP News
"Hi. Mike Rossi A reporting Senator Edward Markey beats back a primary challenge from representative Joe Kennedy, the third The Kennedy Dynasty suffered a rare blow in Massachusetts Tuesday as U. S representative Joe Kennedy. The third lost his bid to one seat. US Senator Edward Markey, the 79 year old Marquis was the choice of the liberal wing of the Democratic Party over the 39 year Old Kennedy this campaign. Has always been about the young people of this country. You are our future in November. Marquis, seeking his second full term in the Senate, will be the strong favorite in the general election, where he'll face Republican Kevin O'Connor. I Mike Rossia. I might grow CIA reporting, Marquis defeats Kennedy in the Massachusetts Democratic US set a primary U S. Senator Edward Markey staved off a challenge from U. S representative Joe Kennedy the third Tuesday, winning the Democratic primary in Massachusetts. The outcome was historic, marking the first defeat for a member of America's most famous political family. In a congressional race in Massachusetts. The 74 year old Marquis was backed by the party's progressive leaders, including representative Alexandria Ocasio Cortes of New York. A partner in the green, you deal Kennedy, the 39, year old grandson of former US Attorney General Robert Kennedy. Had the backing of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. I Mike Rossi A U. S. Senator Edward Markey staved off a challenge from U. S representative Joe Kennedy the third Tuesday, winning the Democratic primary in Massachusetts. The outcome was historic, marking the first defeat for a member of America's most famous political family in a congressional race in Massachusetts. 74 year old Marquis was backed by the party's progressive leaders, including representative Alexandria Locascio Cortes of New York. A partner in the green, You deal. Kennedy, the 39, year old grandson of former US Attorney General Robert Kennedy, had the backing of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. I Mike Rossia. Thank.
"attorney general robert kennedy" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"This piece was forged by its leaders. It is overwhelmingly desired by people. Meanwhile, Gaza's Hamas militant said Monday they've reached an agreement through international mediators. And the latest round of cross border violence with Israel. The Kennedy family is being drawn into a contested Democratic Senate primary in Massachusetts correspondent Bob Agnew reports. It's a race that pits the grandson of former Attorney General Robert Kennedy against the longest serving member of the state's congressional delegation, Senator Ed Markey in the Senate since 2013 Is facing the primary challenge of a lifetime against Congressman Joe Kennedy. The third after Marquis made a reference to a speech by former President John F. Kennedy, representative Kennedy began running a host of ads trading on the Kennedy name voters make their choice in the Bay State's Democratic primary on Tuesday. But I know report former Vice President Joe Biden hit the campaign trail, speaking in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, calling President Trump a toxic presence and blaming him for the recent violence in Kenosha and other cities. President. Trump, meanwhile, is expected to visit Kenosha, Wisconsin, tomorrow after saying mayors of left wing cities have lost control of their movement. A mixed day on Wall Street is the Dow is down by 223 points. But the NASDAQ rose 79 more on these stories at townhall dot com. We thank the pain relief. It's natural pain relief that works and pain relief that attacks the source ofthe the pain. That's the experience of tens of thousands of Americans will taking really factor right now see the incredible video endorsements that really fact not coming in order your three week quick starter pack for just 1995..
"attorney general robert kennedy" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Keith Peters. US is really in the United Arab Emirates. Dignitaries took part in the inaugural flight from Tel Aviv to Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates, opening up a new era of relations with the Jewish state and an Arab country. White House senior adviser and President Trump's son in law Jared Kushner says he thinks citizens of both nations support normalizing relations on the plane. We asked the pilot to fly faster because there is great urgency between the people of both countries to break town, old barriers to get to know each other to form new and hopefully very deep friendships. While this piece was forged by its leaders, it is overwhelmingly desired by people. Meanwhile, Gaza's Hamas militant said Monday they've reached an agreement through international mediators. End the latest round of cross border violence with Israel. The Kennedy family is being drawn into a contested Democratic Senate primary in Massachusetts correspondent Bob Agnew reports. It's a race that pits the grandson of former Attorney General Robert Kennedy against the longest serving member of the state's congressional delegation, Senator Ed Markey in the Senate since 2013 is facing the primary challenge of a lifetime against Congressman Joe Kennedy, the third After Marky made a reference to a speech by former President John F. Kennedy, representative Kennedy began running a host of ads trading on the Kennedy name voters make their choice in the Bay State's Democratic primary on Tuesday, but I knew report former Vice President Joe Biden hit the campaign trail. Speaking in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, calling President Trump a toxic presence and blaming him for the recent violence in Kenosha and other cities. President Trump, meanwhile, is expected to visit Kenosha, Wisconsin, tomorrow after saying mayors of left wing cities have lost control of their movement. A mixed day on Wall Street as the Dow was down by 223 points. But the NASDAQ rose 79 more on these stories at townhall dot com. We thank the pain relief. It's natural pain relief that works and pain relief that attacks the source ofthe the pain. That's the.
"attorney general robert kennedy" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"The rest still need to be some sort of good faith exception which protects public officials and and not just police officers but firefighters and hospital workers and and others were protected by the doctrine of qualified immunity to house and continue to be some good faith exception but this idea that you can't you know bring an action and succeed unless you can prove that that exact decision has already been judicata as as a as a basis for liability that can't continue to be the case we can't continue to have cases where well the guy was not lying down he was sitting up with he was sitting down with his hands up and therefore the dog bit him we can't say the violators height so it just doesn't make sense some in Congress should take up and decide what the right standard is that balances our need to protect our public officials so they can do their job in good faith and bounce up against you know people's rights to to to seek redress wonder constitutional rights were violated in the harmed by by bad faith conduct that is former Attorney General rob McKenna and Dave Ross on Seattle's morning news this morning I really enjoyed that conversation this is terrific yeah I I liked it a lot in it it is the issue that it brings up in me and that I see around is the the I don't know what you'd call it the the idea that the standard that law enforcement seems to be held to in in these particular cases of of misconduct or brutality or or murder is is different disciplinary records are hidden from folks there's a there's a there are different qualifications and they seem to be the it harder for people to like the the the law enforcement members are the ones who are protected the cops are protected but the ordinary person or the victim in these cases aren't and and to me it seems like if you're going to be if you're gonna be a law enforcement officer then then you're signing up for a particular standard and that standard part of the job is just I think should be higher than your average citizen right we trust you to walk around enforce laws and carry a weapon and all that stuff yeah I mean so the so it's it's a complicated matter I think is is former Attorney General Robert Kennedy was saying you have to you if you every day you run the risk in a situation that can that can be fraught with a lot of tension apps and a lot of danger I can I never died I don't mind there being some measure of to increase the standard I mean provided that the training is increased right and you know it but but I don't mind some of it the problem is been washing say two things I mean they've got there like he was referring the civil end of it which is the qualified immunity and then you've got the the criminal act in both cases in Washington state it's very difficult to either get to not to prove some level of malice on the criminal end of things or to prove that that that this shield that you get the qualified immunity means you can collect civil damages an end and I went in for people who don't understand like this civil damage component really will affect if they're worried about civil damages they check they tend to change training.
"attorney general robert kennedy" Discussed on KOMO
"Person services just yet opting instead for online services I don't people to be nervous to come to church as our churches for churches about meeting Jesus which we get we're doing effectively online meanwhile in New York the epicenter of the U. S. outbreak some churches have already begun to reopen for private prayer A. B. C.'s injury Debord in Washington and in New York over Andrew Cuomo announcing today the latest twenty four hour death toll in the corona virus outbreak was eighty four as Cuomo called it good news he explained that was in relative terms comparing it to when the death toll was in the thousands eighty four still a tragedy no doubt but the fact that it's down as low as it is is really overall good news early on in the pandemic Cuomo recalled that he asked the doctor what number was good and was told anything under one hundred a watchdog group says the gunmen in this week's terror related attack on a Texas naval air base voice support for hardline clerics the gunmen in the attack on Naval Air Station Corpus Christi this week is believed to have made posts on Twitter Facebook and what's app supporting hardline clerics mostly from Saudi Arabia that's according to site intelligence group which monitors online activity of jihadists the F. B. I. is also reportedly examining social media posts believed to be from gunmen Adam al Solly that expressed support for extremist groups including al Qaeda in the Arabian peninsula Markram Alard ABC news in San Francisco one hundred fifty firefighters battling a huge blaze that appear warehouse you're listening to ABC news stay informed como Saturday morning channel two in Seattle and more Christopher now the top local stories from the call twenty four seven news center crews are working to remove that boat that sank near the bottom box Friday afternoon officials say a thirty three foot vessel was secured to the side wall there on the east side of the locks of salmon bay side when it began taking on water right now it's not clear why the boat went down there were no injuries involved we're less than two weeks from June in fact a week from Monday is June first since when the state is projected to enter into phase two of the governor's plan to re open the state to governor Insley says not all counties will be able to enter that next phase one of the hardest hit areas can Kelly still not eligible to apply both the mayor in king county executive's office telling como they're aware they're not hitting the mark yet they're urging residents to continue safety measures as a reminder there are four phases to the state save star plant we have all four posted a common news dot com slash font links president trump's demands or not swing governor Insley when it comes to re opening places of worship right away a spokesperson for Inslee says he quote continues to work with spiritual leaders and health experts to identify ways to do this safely we'll have a read the president's comments there is no warder and we think he understands at this point that he can't dictate what states can and cannot open unquote governor Insley me wall facing three separate lawsuits challenging his stay at home order critics say the governor has overstepped his authority during the corona virus pandemic former state Attorney General Robert Kennedy says governor acting within his rights because a state statute give him the power to restrict a person's liberty during a crisis that means the judge has to decide whether to second guess the governor in the public health authorities all the sciences the rely most judges are going to do that at this point there's a possibility of a special session in fact of the legislature in August to fix the economic issues dropped on the state if lawmakers think the governor has overreached his authority the legislature can weigh in usually places like space needle pike place market packed with people but this year it's so quiet right now national travel experts saying more than half of those working in the travel industry unemployed because of the pandemic while tourism took a hit in our region vice president of visit Seattle expecting to see a surge of road trips in time for Labor Day which comes in September our visitors are gonna come from closer with them and I would say a halo around a hundred miles would be a reasonable line to draw channel four here John also look at global traffic every ten minutes on the floors John yeah we.
"attorney general robert kennedy" Discussed on KOMO
"The president's comments there is no order and we think he understands at this point that he can't dictate what states can and cannot open governor Insley meanwhile facing three separate lawsuits challenging his stay at home order critics say the governor has overstepped his authority during the corona virus pandemic that means the judge has to decide whether to second guess the governor in the public health authorities all the sciences the rely most judges are going to do that at this point a former state Attorney General Robert Kennedy there is a possibility of a special session of the legislature we here in August to fix the economic issues resolved on the state by the way of lawmakers think the governor has overreached his authority the legislature can weigh in our port Angeles based Coast Guard cutter crew has green light to return to our state after the mate.
"attorney general robert kennedy" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Have been sentenced. I will appeal. I am not delete an eye to the millions of members of organized labor. Have a heat because those who fight for you and fight the win find out of this conviction Z. Love Attorney General Robert Kennedy. Well the destroy you unless you'll give in President Nixon would commute HOFFA's sentence in Nineteen seventy-one but terms of the pardon forced him to stay out of the Union activities until Nineteen Eighty. Hoffa's disappearance in late July of nineteen seventy five and hasn't been heard from since and is presumed dead. The last few sort of he was sixty to the food and Drug Administration on this date in one thousand nine hundred five approved a blood test for aids us. Cincinnati prescreening all blood donations in the US internationally televised address on this date in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven president. Reagan expressed regret over the Iran. Contra affair a few months ago I told the American people I did not trade arms for hostages my heart and my best intentions still tell me. That's true but the facts and the evidence tell me it is not in the speech president. Reagan took full responsibility for the actions of those involved. It was on this date. In Nineteen Ninety seven President Clinton banned federally funded Human Cloning Research and it was on this date. In Two thousand five Martha Stewart was released five to five months in prison for insider trading. The homemaker grew spoke to reporters after her release.
"attorney general robert kennedy" Discussed on KTRH
"Legit sexy. Martin. Shield that hasn't happened. They're supposed to be agents in the crowd that hasn't happened. So there's no reason why the secret service evade so many of their own rules there. Right. Turns in the motor cater prohibited. I it is very clear. Now, we think we understand why the the director of the secret service fella named Rowley is the first man who bounds up the steps at Andrews Air Force base to embrace new president Lyndon. Baines Johnson turns out Mr. rally is a is a former deputy Jaeger Hoover. And a man who got his first job in government from congressman Lyndon Baines Johnson. So attorney general Robert Kennedy stays under Lyndon Johnson. He must have hated that. Well, he staged very briefly. In essence Johnson makes nNcholas him back. The acting attorney general people often ask me is I've talked about my book the minute maid who killed Kennedy. Why Bobby didn't blow the whistle on this? And it's a very simple solution. Who would have believed him Johnson Controls the FBI Johnson Controls? The Dallas police Johnson has the year of the of the media the stories into his corruption are immediately spiked and never appear. Again, Robert Kennedy knew that the only way he could uncover the true murderer brother was by becoming president himself, and then controlling the federal machinery in essence Hoover controls, the clean up the cover up from the from the gecko. Tire investigation is done in five days, and he wraps up about. Now, the Warren commission is kind of forced to reach the same conclusions. That that the FBI has already reached in their published report. And America was never the same. Roger after that. We've never been the same. Have we? Well, it's it's it is a chain reaction of events. In other words, the the bay of pigs begets the Kennedy assassination. The the Kennedy the Kennedy assassination, begets Watergate. These are all interrelated L A events of history. And mean, this is why four of the Watergate burglars. Our president at the bay of pigs the same four who are in Dealey plaza. How incredibly convenient? These things don't happen by chance. Do they? So there I I believe they're all at this juncture completely interconnected. But my book is also a it's a portrait of Lyndon Johnson. Because he is nothing like the public image that he tries to portray. I mean, he is a he is a an abusive amoral crude vicious loud mouth bully. He is Popper of pills in a in a vicious drunk. He is a notorious womanizer he's a physical coward. He's a sadist. This is a man who conducts White House staff meetings while sitting on the toilet watch. And he and he did that not just to be crude, but he enjoyed the discomfort that it caused all these young Ivy league can the age that he had inherited surrounding him. I mean, it's it's really extrordinary. He was on the toilet in. These people were around him. Yes. She would he would he would conduct an actual meetings while he was defecating. You've gotta be kidding me. Roger Lyndon Johnson was a very crude fellow. And he is a notorious womanizer at one point there's at least five women in the secretarial pool. Of course Kennedy was to right now. I look I think it goes with the power profile. Look, I joined Eisenhower was getting a little on this. I'm beginning to think that comes with the now Reagan was pretty straight though. Well, yes, and no Reagan was married to Jane Wyman. And then after Jane Wyman, divorced him. He went on a tear in which he it virtually every great looking woman in Hollywood. The president then he was single point. And then when he when he meets Nancy Davis, and he gets married. I think he is forever. A faithful husband, but this guy Torry it up when he and his wild wild. I mean, Marilyn Monroe, Linda Turner, Betty Grable, you name it and. Got there. All right. Let's take some calls for the rest of the hour that we've got you here. Let's go to John in Sheridan, Wyoming to get things started, John. Go ahead. Thank you, George another great show. Thank you. If if you will permit me let me give three quick things that'll help Mr. stones when Bill Clinton in nineteen ninety four was president. He allowed Westinghouse to sell two nuclear reactors to North Korea from which they've been extracting blue Tonia and from which they've been making nuclear weapons the second item in a sixty minutes. CBS sixty minutes interview, just a few years ago, they were interviewing both Bill and Hillary and for whatever reason instead of on a soft. So they had him sitting on these high wooden barstools and in the middle of the interview a studio light exploded behind Bill and Hillary they both immediately leaped up their their feet. And I remember Hillary claims that she's battle-tested well when Hillary leapt to her. Feet. She screamed at the top of a voice Jesus Joseph, and Mary and then wild Bill was standing she jumped into his lap. And she was winding and shivering in crying and boo. Boo. Hoo. Like that like a walking through the cemetery at midnight. And the third item is when Hillary was working as an attorney they showed this. It's an audiotape. They played it on Fox News late last year, she knowingly acquitted a man who had raped a woman on a legal technicality. She got him acquitted, then she called her friend, and she was laughing about it and cackling about it that she had gotten her rapist client off the hook on a legal technicality and so much for the myth of Hillary being the women's candidate. Wow. To react to any of that. Well that last incident is very well covered in my book. She's absolutely absolutely right. You're absolutely right. She laughs about the fact that that her client passed a lie detector tests, which she says made her forever doubt, lie detector tests. So she knows he's guilty. This is this is a Hillary Clinton is nothing like her public image. She is a mean-spirited angry vicious loud. Mouth foul mouthed, short tempered, very greedy, very dominant. Very abrasive and abusive. She has a mouth on her like a sailor. This is something else that I have some of the greatest things in my book, most of them entail. The f word and she could end up being our president. If people knew the real Hillary, and her epic greed. I mean, look the Clinton foundation is not a charity. It's a slush fund for there's it's a vehicle for the facilitation of multi million dollar bribes. If you wanted to change in foreign policy, if you wanted to get rid of Qaddafi, or if you wanted the approval of an arms dealer, if you wanted to major defense contract matter what you wanted you could buy it from Bill and Hillary you had to grease the Clinton foundation, you had to Greece the Clintons personally in the form of these speech honorariums mean, Goldman Sachs, a build out Bank event that we bailed out with.
"attorney general robert kennedy" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"They protested merely by existing where they were told they couldn't at one such sit in Birmingham. King was arrested and not for the last time while behind bars, he wrote letter from Birmingham jail a manifesto on the necessity of nonviolent protest kings commitment to these principles of peace and Justice was winning him. The attention of influential mines including president John F Kennedy in a televised address the president put it bluntly, quote, the heart of the question is whether all Americans are to be afforded, equal rights. Equal opportunities. Whether we are going to try. Beat our fellow Americans as we want to be treated, and quote, king rode that wave of enthusiasm to the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC on August, twenty eighth nineteen sixty three the Reverend stood before a crowd of two hundred fifty thousand people stretching the length of the National Mall in delivered words that would reverberate through history. I have a dream. One day. This nation will rise up. Live out the true meaning of its creed. We hold these twos to be self evident that all men are created. That moment that speech, solidified king is powerful voice for peace and Justice. But while the world applauded and incredibly powerful man saw something quite different. He saw threat to the established order this man had a vendetta and the means to make Martin Luther King junior's life, a waking nightmare. Coming up will look at Dr king's most formidable enemy, FBI director, j Edgar Hoover. Now back to the story. Gee, you're Hoover was a man who valued control. That's putting it mildly as the founding director of the Federal Bureau of investigation. Hoover. Ran his agency with the brutal officiency of a dictator. He was an institution unto himself in the nineteen sixties his dedication to hierarchical. Order put him at odds with the civil rights movement which sought to expand power to all the people. The main target of Hoover's suspicion was the increasingly public face of the movement, Martin Luther King junior. The public acrimony between the two men would become the stuff of legend it began in nineteen sixty three when Hoover secured authorization from attorney general Robert Kennedy to wiretap king this meant bugging his phone his office, and the many hotels he stayed in publicly president John F Kennedy supported the civil rights movement. But this show. Was that the FBI and the Kennedy administration viewed king as a potential threat to national security? They were particularly concerned that communists had infiltrated his ranks and what harness the civil rights movement as a mouthpiece for propaganda. But with the assassination of John F Kennedy and the ascendancy of his vice president Lyndon Johnson, the political landscape changed dramatically in Johnson. King had a direct line to the highest levels of government, though, the intimidating Texan president and the gentle preacher had their disagreements. They shared a common goal the passage of the historic Civil Rights Act their relationship along with kings, criticisms of the FBI's sluggish response to hate crimes presented further threats to Hoover's control never one to back away from a challenge. The grizzled FBI director went on the offensive one day after the Nobel committee announced its intention to. Award. Dr king the peace prize. Hoover took the rare step of holding a press conference in front of the press. He mounted a full throated defense of the bureau's record on civil rights. He said quote in spite of some remarkable success in civil rights cases, some detractors alleged the F B I had nothing to do in this field. And quote, if the assembled journalists thought they were meant to read between the lines Hoover quickly made his point clear he pressed on quote in view of kings, attitude and his continued criticism of the F B I on this point. I consider king to be the most notorious liar in the country, and quote, the shot had been fired. It would be followed by too far more insidious acts of intimidation. The I was an F B I wiretap recording which splice together audio of king having extramarital sex in hotel rooms in an effort to. Discredit king as a moral leader..
"attorney general robert kennedy" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Showers along with a slight chance of thunderstorms today. We'll f is from the mid fifty s to the low sixties the time at six forty six. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm David Greene. President Trump's nominee for attorney general William bar face some sharp questioning this week from senators who wanted to know just how independent of President Trump. He would be the relationship between the chief executive and the nation's most influential lawyer is sometimes cosy, although sometimes tense as was the case between president Lyndon Johnson. And his attorney general Robert Kennedy, nNcholas Katzenbach, succeeded Kennedy as attorney general, and here's how he viewed the relationship between president Johnson and Robert Kennedy. They didn't like each other. They had the work together politically, and they did, but it was not easy for either of them. We want to bring in commentator Cokie Roberts for our ask Cokie segment where she takes your questions about how politics and the government work and go figure many of you had questions about this relation. And we'll get right to them either Cokie. Hi, david. All right. So actually one of the questions we got gets right at that. Kennedy Johnson relationship with the question, California. This is Lee Williams and Santa Barbara cookie. Wasn't there a mega mass between Bobby Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson? How did they get resolved a mega mega mega mega Madison? Resolve by Kennedy resigning in September of nineteen sixty four to run for the Senate, and he was elected in November. But the two men really did dislike each other, and they distrusted each other Johnson was always sure Kennedy was out to get him. And keeping the flame of his brother Jack alive to overshadow the new president, you listen to the Johnson tapes, David and the conversations between the two or just they just painful to listen to but their problems personal not on policy matters and took Kennedy became an opponent of the war in Vietnam. Well, several listeners actually pointed out that Kennedy's appointment as AG was controversial in part because of nepotism, right? I mean, he was John F Kennedy's brother right and campaign manager. And not appointment was highly controversial at the time. When Eisenhower appointed his campaign operative and former Republican National Committee, chairman Herbert Brownell to the job. There were outcries, but Brownell turned out to be a very tough attorney general supporting civil rights recommending progressive southern judges and then chief Justice Warren, but it goes back to the beginning. David George Washington appointed his revolutionary ward aide-de-camp, Edmund Randolph is the very first attorney general but Randolph also had a distinguished career in government after the war. Well, here's a question that came to us about the relationship between the president and AG non on a personal level. But in terms of of what the law says it comes from Ruth Compton. And she wrote doesn't the taken oath to defend the constitution. And she went on to say that maybe conflict exists because the president isn't always protecting and defending the constitution. She wrote. I don't see this must have misunderstood the constitution piece. Well, obviously, the most famous case of insurance general defending. Constitution over the president's wishes was the so-called Saturday night massacre. When Nixon ordered his attorney general Elliot Richardson to fire the special counsel investigating Watergate, which it's an refused and resigned. The deputy attorney general refused and was fired. But more recently, there's the case of John Ashcroft refusing to certify the legality of George W Bush's domestic surveillance program. And that's a dramatic story featuring names that are in today's headlines the president's lawyer and chief of staff went to the hospital where Ashcroft was in the ICU to get a signature, MRs Ashcroft alerted the Justice department, and the acting attorney General James Comey got to the hospital. I with FBI chief Robert Muller telling agents victim Ashcroft refused to sign and Bush changed the problem. Yes. Right. One of the most dramatic moments at least in my memory of involving an attorney general that was incredible. Thanks cokie. Could you talk to you? David always great to talk to commentator Cokie Roberts, and you can ask Cokie.
"attorney general robert kennedy" Discussed on KCRW
"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm David Greene. President Trump's nominee for attorney general William bar face some sharp questioning this week from senators who wanted to know just how independent of President Trump. He would be the relationship between the chief executive and the nation's most influential lawyer is sometimes cosy, although also sometimes tense as was the case between president Lyndon Johnson. And his attorney general Robert Kennedy, nNcholas Katzenbach succeeded. Kennedy attorney general, and here's how he viewed the relationship between president Johnson and Robert Kennedy. They didn't like each other. They had to work together, politically, and they did. But it was not easy for either of them. We want to bring in commentator Cokie Roberts for our ask Cokie segment where she takes your questions about how politics and the government work and go figure many of you had questions about this relationship. And we'll get right to them either Cokie. Hi, david. All right. So actually one of the questions we got gets right at that. Kennedy johnson. Relationship with the question, California. This is Lee Williams in Santa Barbara cookie. Wasn't there a mega man's between Bobby Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson? How did it get resolved? A Megan mess a mega mega mega mega massive covers all by Kennedy resigning in September of nineteen sixty four run for the Senate, and he was elected November. But the two men really did dislike each other, and they distrusted each other Johnson was always sure Kennedy was out to get him. And keeping the flame of his brother Jack alive to overshadow the new president, you listen to the Johnson tapes, David and the conversations between the two or just just painful to listen to but their problems personal. I'm not on policy matters until Kennedy became an opponent of the war in Vietnam. Well, several listeners actually pointed out that Kennedy's appointment as a AG was controversial in part because of nepotism, right? I mean, he was John F Kennedy's brother, right and campaign manager and not appointment was highly controversial at the time. And when Eisenhower appointed his campaign operative and former. Republican National Committee chairman Herbert Brownell to the job. There were outcries, but Brownell turned out to be a very tough attorney general supporting civil rights recommending a progressive southern judges and then chief Justice era warn, but it goes back to the beginning. David George Washington appointed his revolutionary ward aide-de-camp, Edmund Randolph is the very first attorney general but Randolph also I must say had a distinguished career in government after the war. Well, here's a question that came to us about the relationship between the president and AG not on a personal level. But in terms of of what the law says it comes from Ruth Compton. And she wrote doesn't the taken oath to defend the constitution. She went on to say that maybe conflict exists because the president isn't always protecting and defending the constitution. She wrote. I don't see this must have misunderstood the constitution piece. Well, obviously, the most famous case of an attorney general defending the constitution over the president's wishes was the so called Saturday night massacre. When Nixon ordered his attorney general, Elliot Richardson. To fire the special counsel investigating Watergate, which it's refused and resigned. The deputy attorney general refused and was fired. But more recently, there's the case of John Ashcroft refusing to certify the legality of George W Bush's domestic surveillance program. And that's a dramatic story featuring names that are in today's headlines the president's lawyer and chief of staff went to the hospital where Ashcroft was in the ICU to get a signature, MRs Ashcroft alerted the Justice department, and the acting attorney General James Comey got to the hospital. I with FBI chief Robert Muller telling agents, not to victim Ashcroft refused to sign and Bush changed the problem. Yes. Right. One of the most dramatic moments at least in my memory of involving an attorney general that was credible. Thanks cokie. Could you talk to you, David always great to talk to.