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Fresh update on "barrett" discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"You've got to be careful because hr one is not dead. It is just dead in its current interational notice who voted for it now. I didn't look at the role mansion. flipped of course back so it was a fifty fifty with the filibuster defeating it. Yep yeah well. I mean once mangy got wants me to got exposed in those phone calls the veneer of him not voting for it was proud to to gloat that he got mansion to flip back. Yeah getting mansion to flip on. Anything is not something to be to be bragging about Because the guy the guy will flip open a phone booth. Yeah all right Just to give you an idea. This is from newsmax here. In the babri rebounding crusade channel though as live radio station standing from emerald robinson reporting on the death of the four the people act according to say that majority leader chuck schumer joe manchin. Who was sort of a hold out on. This is going to vote. Yes to advance this bill to debate the from how it looks. It still has to get sixty votes to break the filibuster so still as if it were fail. According to schumer. They made a deal that if they could get ten. Republicans to come on. Board since mansion is now voting. Yes then they would Bring up mansions proposal his amendment proposal. I to debate and to vote on now mansion has given his own proposal his own amendment on how he thinks that this bill should go that doesn't including expanding early voting fifteen days but does give a provision which is a little bit about in the last hour to include voter. Id now keep in mind. This is not necessarily maybe the voter. Id that republicans are talking about. He has also suggested this include utility bills which as we know might not be as secure so there would still be significant. Republican push back on that provision as it is being proposed by joe mansion right now the senate is set to vote on this procedure. This procedural vote at five thirty today. They've been voting on the nominee for the white house. Office of personnel. At the moment the bible house though today in the press press secretary's briefing gossip push back from there usually friendly corporate media suggesting that the president isn't doing enough to get this four the people's act passed and it was interesting about the same time the briefing ending. The president did finally put out a tweet suggesting that needs to get done in to his desk. Jim sake also defended the president suggesting that this is the fight has presidency that he's committed to it..
How I Made It: Fluxus Foto
"Today for a how i made it. Series fluke sues photo a group of ecuador photo journalists telling their own stories in october two thousand nineteen ecuador went through a violent large scale. Uprising demonstrations paralyzed the country for twelve days straight. After former president lenin moreno cut decades old fuel. Subsidies and implemented tax labor reforms indigenous communities were hit especially hard by the changes. Tens of thousands marched from the andes mountains into ecuador's capital city hito to protest the motive demos at keep barrett defended lose their ages. Calicut meant that. The of competitors indiana's alachua protesters declared. They were defending their rights. As indigenous people from ecuador for decades indigenous communities have demanded the government support to protect their land from exploitation by domestic oil companies and to be included in national political dialogues during the twenty nineteen demonstrations ghetto streets were covered in debris and government buildings burned. Police threw molotov cocktails and tear gas at protesters who lobbed them right back amid the turmoil. One photograph from the ground became instantly iconic in it. A woman from the andes dressed in a traditional garment and face mask stands in the middle of a street with her back towards a cloud of smoke. People stand behind her wearing face masks to prevent breathing in the gases.
Fresh update on "barrett" discussed on Longform Podcast
"Perhaps talking about The eighteen year old you and Not to get too mad about it. But what what happens if the currents version of you shows up to do apiece on the eighteen year old you. What would they hold in on. My. would it be foot. You wrote about football. Maybe it was foot. Yeah maybe in a way you have done it because you've written about that time your life. Yeah i mean yeah would be. It'd be football and then like a budding interest. I entertained delusions of becoming a speechwriter. I thought i would. You know like i would do. The things like like wearing the beaten leather jacket on the back of a campaign bus and mike scribbling speeches for the candidate or whatever. That was my dream when i was eighteen. Nineteen twenty years old. Where the political speechwriting you. You have a piece about that. Where you you sort of like that to a love of the tv show the west wing but is that where it actually derived from. You did it go in the other. I think i think i got. I think i got interested. I wanna say it was like carry the busy kerry bush campaign so what would like doesn't four campaign to those and four. Yeah yeah i was. I was at school and like a lot of people i think. Eighteen nineteen years old got politicized like deeply into it. And i remember. I remember being home from school in jogging around my neighborhood. Listening to the audio versions of inaugural address it like. That's how seriously i got into and well. Yeah then yes started watching the west wing. God i can't believe i'm talking about west wing right now So that sorkin ask charisma. Yeah like i got really into the west wing. And then i interned in then senator obama's senate office in chicago and then was interning on the campaign for a little while thought i was going to go to. Dc you want in two thousand and eight but got into mfa program and so then rightly or wrongly decided. I was gonna try writing well. Let's talk about that choice. Because i mean it's not just that you interned in his in his campaign but you were the type of person like this is like the story of the person who becomes a speechwriter. Like you heard his speech. Yeah you wrote a letter to the campaign to that senate office. Yeah the senate office right. And they said i mean. This is his speech to the to the mention his famous speech of the convention. And then you know they say why. Don't you come in turn. And i mean that is the beginning of a story of like year political life matching the the errands sarkin like triumphant trumpets blaring and. Yeah think the sits around the screen. Yeah i don't know i think. In in some sense writing was going to happen one way or another. And then i had a couple of professors a lot of people at a couple professors and undergrad. Say about this called. Mfa program and i applied and got into a couple of places. And i kinda wanted to give myself a shot at at writing fiction writing stories. That was kind of a plan. I thought i was just going to be. You know a fiction writer but was there. I mean you right in in these essays about a couple of tragedies and near-tragedies in your early life and was kind of like exploration of your life part of what was driving you to fiction that you wanted understand things about your own life that you thought you could explore. I feel like you're going to have to build me after this conversation because we're kind of i mean that's like a very astute a therapeutic reading of it. Yeah i think that's probably right. I mean i don't know that. I that i did that. Go in depth on like. What were the motivations for doing. It was kind of a seat of the pants decision. Like you're you're twenty. I think it's twenty two or something at that point. And i got into an mfa. And i was like. I could go through door one or door to and i was like well. Why not go through to at that point. It just felt so everything felt so provisional. It's like if it doesn't work out. We'll go to dc and get back in touch with people. Yeah you know in college right. My brother had a traumatic brain. Injury was assaulted outside of a bar. At seven. brain contusions is a real bleak scene and then around that same time a best friend from high school. His body was found in the mississippi river drowned after a night of drinking with no explanation. Really of what happened at around. His death bloomed this whole assortment of weird theories but the most predominant of them involved the smiley face killer theory. Which was the this idea that this roving gang of a serial killers was moving around the mid west and drowning young men and making it look like accidents related to binge drinking there. Was these two retired. Fbi investigators found marks on railcars bridge. Abutment s- near where the bodies were found this graffiti of some of these smiling faces and so they started putting together this theory and it became the stuff of true crime discussion boards and i got kind of enlisted in to it during graduate school. And so yeah so i think that's probably right. Maybe the fiction thing was a way for me to make heads or tails of some of those traumas or near early vicarious trauma like i i think that that's you know like how i conceptualize it was like proximate to these things and so have been trying to figure out what they mean for me and what it meant to be bear witness to them in such into no way the smiley face killers thing. It just seems like such an early version of a almost like a merging of what is everywhere. Now which is both this sort of like online slew thin. We're going to solve a murder. With a lot of conspiracy theory that is biz perpetuated by you know sort of message board culture in which people kind of encouraging each other to go deeper deeper down into a and i wondered what you felt about the people who didn't know like the people who are just speculating. The people who are just out there. Maybe it's a little more of a game to them. More non that aspect of it is almost more connected to being a report like going to get into something. That's not it's not your tragedy. It's not your situation and i wondered. i wondered how that that part of it it affected you. Yeah i mean i like. There's a way in which the essays the impulse conspiratorial impulse and this sort of literary critical impulse is this kind of interpretation of events. Right and you're of piecing together clues and and trying to make heads or tails of this thing. That's irresolvable fundamentally irresolvable whether it's the author's intentions or whether it's you know this your friends tragic death or whether it's this sort of crime unsolved the the impulses all the same and so yeah. It was weird because a lot of the theories on the discussion boards or or within these communities that we're looking at the smiley face killer theory. They were they. Were running along parallel lines of like things that you would hear in grad school seminar right like the people were wondering whether it was related to you know some sort of blue collar workers going after these entitled college kids or whatever or there's like this marxist elements there was there was a feminist reading of the drownings. There was there was like post nine eleven. Read of the drownings and so it was real. It was really weird to be in graduate school at that point and at that point i was in a class on advanced semi attics. For reasons that are still unclear to me and it was during the same discussion. We were having in that class. It was like i was seeing it. Play out on these these conspiracy theories just bizarre just bizarre but yeah i mean i think the the sort of cognitive works can be similar. Sometimes you kind of piecing things together and maybe that's maybe the whatever queasiness i feel about that just like scenario. That might go some way through explaining why i'm always like okay but like how are you implicated right because you want who you like. Why are you writing about this. Like what what is taking you year. So let's talk a little bit about your fiction because here you are running on fiction. I see in your bio that you've won a pushcart prize. Which i understand is the prize for fiction so it seems like that was going well. Yeah.
The Goal of the American Marxist Is to Destroy the Current Society
"Depression in this country. The Democrats know it. Keep something in mind. The influence of the American Marxist on the Democrat Party is significant. And what is their goal, ultimately, to destroy the existing society, replace it with some kind of Rube Goldberg Marxist socialist system. They're never very clear about what it is, but it doesn't really matter. Any important storm critical race theory, critical immigration theory Critical trends theory. I call them those things and that's fine. And so for them. It's a win win. But they have to also control the political system. That's precisely why They want to control the Supreme Court. I don't know why they pretty much control it anyway. You can see. Tony Barrett Kavanagh. They've already buckled. John Roberts wants to be the next, uh Chief Justice Warren, So that's three. Um Pretty much there's there's three Constitutional is left on the Supreme Court to in particular one most of the time. And that's where we are. But that's also why they want to change our election laws. They're breaking their backs. They're afraid the house will be taken by the Republicans. Given the economic situation that's right on the horizon. To try and institute with no majority in the Senate. They don't the majority in the Senate. It's the Constitution that gives the vice president of vote. They have no significant majority in their house. They're hanging on by a thread. And by the way, the finished thread in 100 years.
Fresh "Barrett" from Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller
"Maintenance and staffing issues they could cancel between 50 and 80 flights a day through mid July, she requested ABC News, citing unlimited wtmj news time. 7 31 from the WTMJ breaking news center shot higher, checked out. Police are audio rather after an officer involved shooting in New Berlin Tuesday night. The person shot in critical condition this morning TMJ four. Sarah McGrew is near the scene with more. The scene did just clear up. Police were here at Crossroads Community Church on Moreland. Marlon is also now back open to traffic. Now. Police say they responded to calls around 10 P.m. last night to the 4000 block of Moreland to reports of a person with a gun. Once new Berlin police confronted the person, officials say an officer shot that person. Officials say no law enforcement officers were injured. No other details. What led up to that shooting are being made available an increase in violence along Water Street in downtown Milwaukee. Drawing a response from City Hall. Milwaukee, Mayor Barrett says they're working to make one of the busiest bar areas in town safe again. These are out there. I understand and agree with the concern that we should have more police officers there were working to do that. We obviously have taken some measures in that area. We've limited the scooter.
Harris in Guatemala to Tackle Immigration Causes
"The top issue for Vice President Kamala Harris meeting with Guatemala's president Fox's Gurnal Scott has this life police a vice president Harris at a news conference at stemming the migrant influx means helping Guatemala thrive to encourage natives to stay. He's both in our interest. Reflective of our values to help create that opportunity. And to share in economic prosperity. Through a translator. Guatemalan President Alejandro G. Amante said they will help with that effort by introducing necessary changes tools for migration to becomes orderly migration and the vice president also saying the U. S will give 500,000 vaccine doses to Guatemala, Lisa Thanks, Colonel. She will be heading next to Mexico. As part of that Central America Visit America is listening to Fox News.
Fresh update on "barrett" discussed on Doug Stephan
"Show, Jennifer Horn, Victoria, Cuban Jay Kershner and Doug Stephan. With budget peoples' stuff now one of the things That happens in the summertime, especially in around the holidays as well, A radio programs and in life in general, it seems to feel like it's getting phoned in. You ever noticed that I never feel that way ever, ever about what we do here, and I know it sounds prideful, because as the sort of creation of a lot of my years on the radio, this program has matured to what it is. But I never feel like we're stretching like we're working to find things or that we're just phoning it in. We don't all feel great every single day. But you know that's the kind of your your your professional, So you don't let that show or if it does show it becomes part of who you are. But I never feel like we are phoning it in. And yet I listened to some of these. Even these new shows that are on that are supposed to be replacing Rush Limbaugh. It already sounds to me. Like they're phoning it in. I don't know whether you're any of you Listen to any of that stuff or not. Have you listened. I haven't gotten a chance to hear you. Just Yeah, it's just it's a It's it's I don't say fake Khoury. But it's such a It's people need. You may not be your cup of tea. I can't I will. But I can tell you that three days into taking over for Russia and by that people be phoning it in, But but it's you know, my not even talking about him. I'm talking with some of the other people that are on that. Time slot. I just feel like, um, this is I'm just proud of, and I've said this a lot in the last few months, but as things become more and more polarized as things become more and more one sided Stuff just sounds all the same. It isn't just on the radio television is the same. The news or whatever it is that you get stuff is very unusual to find something like I feel the TMZ is a pretty unique organization and the stuff that they do, whether you like it all or not. It's kind of intriguing. It's entertain. Found them to be wrong, either. Yeah, right. You know, with the scoop, right? As much as you know, you can say all teams eat so trashy. Well, yeah, it is. And it's you know, Harvey Levin is not a good guy, and he has fostered an environment at that company that you know. Essentially, kids want to drop out of college just to become paparazzi and just to become celebrity stalkers. To get on TV, but they're never wrong. I've yet to find when they've had a source or, you know a link to something. It's they're very accurate. Yeah, I agree. More accurate, actually been like every other major news outlet would seem, Yeah. Okay, So let's talk about accuracy, the most hotly anticipated decision. It seems where, at the end we've talked this week. A lot of the Supreme Court decisions they always closed down at the end of June. Kind of like school. They come back into the fall. Right around the beginning of fall, so they have three months to themselves, Sort of. Uh And so in that time, they're not really meeting over the summer. There will be a lot of speculation as to how either Breyer will decide to get out whether it be pushed. I don't know. You can't really push somebody out, right? It doesn't seem that long ago. I was thinking he was appointed by Bill Clinton. I remember when that happened. It doesn't seem like it was that long ago. Interestingly enough, But there are a lot of people like the, uh, the squad once you get rid of Breyer because they want more liberal judges because Trump was a one term president, and he got to nominate three people for the for the bench. That's the That's the way it works. Well, okay. I'm gonna Chris saying you That's right. Whoa! I'm just saying, That's why a lot of people on the left and I agree with them on this. I think that there should be some restrictions on a one term president. I don't think that you should be able to change because I don't think you should be able to influence. I don't think one a one term president, I don't. I think there should be limits on how many people you can nominate to the bench. You say that if the leader but Ruth Bader Ginsburg died. I mean, these people like I mean, there's nothing else you can do. You can't I understand that. But if Mitch McConnell won't even entertain Having someone be put up for nomination, But yet he pushes through Trump's people like that was, I don't know You want to know why another reason, another reason not to support the end of the filibuster. Because Democrats changed the rules. The recent Mitch McConnell was able to jam people through is because Harry Reid changed the rules on it. Yeah, so I'm not into of ending the filibuster. I'm just saying no, I know, but for a lot of people limit for how many people the president can During, however, term 11 term or two terms, there should be a limit. But what if, like the entire Supreme Court dies, and then you're gonna know I mean, I mean, that's well, I think we can, right. I mean, it's just so happy in the case of the entire Supreme Court blows up, But why change the lawn? I mean, could I don't understand Just because we don't like Trump. I think people go crazy. I and you know what? And if I would say the same thing for Biden if I don't I don't think Biden should be able to put three different judges on there, either. If he's a one term president. Don't do I think that if they're three vacancies, he he has to fill him. That's the job of the president is to fill the vacancies. I don't think I think it's become so political in who everyone chooses. That's my that's my issue with it. This is back in the day that would hang on. Just this is not back in the day when, Yeah, this is not back in the day when presidents actually chose judges who would interpret the law. Without really did. I mean, this is this is the argument by the left is that the court is divided and it's all activists. Now look at how they've been how they've been coming up with their decisions. This term everything is Oh, my God answer the major issues. You know that. Oh, my God. We got to the affordable care act, which I was told was going to be blown up by Amy Coney Barrett, who voted to preserve it, so I think there's a lot of fear mongering that goes on. I think the court is not political. I think it's the people who are screaming around it that are the political ones. All right. Let's talk about the new study on non binary citizens who would have thought that there are million two adults in our country. That identifies non binary. Okay, So first of all, we have to get a definition of non binary Victoria. You want to take that one on because people I think I always with the example to you because I know you forget..
Carnival Sets Dates for Restart, Says Guests Must Be Vaccinated
"Cruise Lines, confirming today in a news release that it plans to restart operations with July 3rd in July 15th sailings. Out of Port Galveston. For Carnival visiting Carvel Breeze. This is to quote the folks from Carnival. These cruises are available for guests who have received their final dose. Of a CDC approved covid 19 vaccine. At least 14 days prior to the beginning of the cruise and a proof of vaccination. The policy, they say is congrats with CDC guidelines. Companies say cruising with on back say, guess would hinder staff. From providing the usual vacation experience. Saying. We appreciate the progress and support of our US restart from the C D. C in other key federal agencies, however, the current CDC requirements for cruising with a guest Base that is unvaccinated would make it very difficult to deliver the experience Our guests expect, especially given the large number of families with younger Children who sell with us. That's according to Carnival Cruise Line President Christine Duffy. As a result, our alternative is operator ships from the US during the month of July with Max in a guess. Carnival rise and also expect to return to service of the port of Miami in July. Carnival working with the CDC and Florida officials on protocols specific to those sailings, according to that release. Carnival's president, noting the strong support Florida Governor Ron de Santis in Texas Governor Greg Abbott for making vaccines available to cruise line employees, which he credited for speeding up the restart.
In-Person Pride Month Events Return to Wisconsin
"In Madison Governor Evers, joined by other lawmakers raised the rainbow Pride flag above the state Capitol in Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, another elected officials kicked off pride month of unveiling of a pride flag inspired him. CTS bus and a man shot and killed by Milwaukee police late Sunday night's been identified as
Young Leads Hawks to 113-96 Win Over Knicks, 3-1 Series Lead
"The hawks own a three games to one lead following their one thirteen ninety six rather the Knicks Trey young lit up the Knicks for twenty seven points and John Collins added twenty two despite taking a hard fell by Julius Randle stuff happens for stitches I got a memo over Lebanon you did most of my bottom lip a little bit you know I mean nothing really I can do at this point just gotta wait for it to heal but I'm going okay Atlanta led by four at halftime before shooting ten for nineteen in the third quarter to go ahead by seventeen Randall had twenty three points but shot just seven for nineteen leaving him a twenty seven percent from the field in the series R. J. Barrett finished with twenty one points and Derrick rose had eighteen for the Knicks who will try to stave off elimination at home on Wednesday I'm Dave Ferrie
Atlanta Hawks-New York Knicks Series Preview
"Let's get to the four or five nacho. This one is interior. Going to be a lot more entertaining. Probably the one. Eight matchup gets underway. Knicks hawks sunday at seven pm eastern on live from madison square garden. The best place you could ever go to watch a basketball game. The knicks swept the season series. A couple of those games. You know nate. Mcmillan wasn't even the coach so they were earlier in the year but keys to the series before we get to our predictions for nick's hawks. Trade started on this one. Well i think. Julius randle has an opportunity and a strong chance at being the best player in this series. He was incredible against the hawks. During the year in three games he was over thirty points per game to forty point games. He had a game winning tip as well. Clearly i'm tap dancing right now. I'm trying to pull up these splits here. You know you mess around with your tabs so much during a show it just throws the was saying julius randle thirty seven points per game. Twelve rebounds six assists. He had the game winning tip as well. He dominated the hawks this season. There's no doubt about it. They just don't have a great matchup for him though. We'll talk about some things. They're gonna do a little bit later on. I'm sure but i do think randall is going to produce at the very least the question will be. Where do the knicks. Then get all of their other points. They've had some great shooting this season. They got five guys shooting better than forty percent i think. Derrick rose has a chance to have a really good series here but skeets. I was listening to your podcast with l g do set on the. I meant you were talking about guys. Who have tyler hero. Potential somebody to explode in the playoffs who also has a cool factor. Let me offer you. Rj barrett my pick for this season's tyler hero forty percent from three during the season. Hit some big shots late. He was at forty seven from three point line for the last two months of the season. He really heated up. the shot. seems real. And i don't know he seems like a bit of a cool customer after getting called out by anthony edwards gimme rj barrett to be the secondary star for the knicks in this series. Because they've got to figure out a way to get to basically one hundred points
Player Found out About Fake Invite Upon Arrival at Atlanta Falcons' Camp
"There's a young man who got pulled a bit of a hoax x. austin p. governors ontario bryant fell victim to a tryout hoax. He got a taxed he bought it and it didn't work out now. I don't know about you. But shouldn't the falcons at least give him a shot now since their name was used and he he fell for what. What's the harm. That seems like a lot of people are getting tryouts. These days in the nfl.
Randle, Knicks Beat Celtics to Clinch No. 4 Seed in East
"The Knicks have wrapped up the fourth seed in the Eastern Conference with a ninety six ninety two win over the Celtics Julius Randle capped his all star season with twenty points seven rebounds and seven assists helping the Knicks finished forty one and thirty one R. J. Barrett chipped in twenty two points for York Boston cut a twenty one point deficit to three in the final minutes but nearly as Noel had two big block shots before Randall hit a free throw to close the scoring Jaafari Parker scored eighteen points for the playin down Celtics who led twenty four twenty three after one quarter but then shot four for twenty in the second I'm Dave Ferrie
Columbus, Ohio, Agrees to Pay $10 Million Settlement to Family of Andre Hill
"It's the largest settlement in the history of the city of Columbus. $10 million for the family of Andre Hill, who was fatally shot by a Columbus police officer in December As Hill emerged from a garage holding the cell phone. The officer involved Adam Koi was fired in his blood not guilty to murder charges in the case. Those family calling this settlements and important and necessary step in the right direction. State and federal prosecutors and the FBI have also launched investigations into the case Boxes. Jeff Man, also an associate of Florida Congressman Matt Gates, may be
Determining the Age of Earths Continental Crust
"And you study claims its continental crust. First emerged some three point. Seven billion years ago. The findings presented at the european geological. Union's general assembly showed that the planet's light continental crust formed within the first nine hundred million years of the earth's existence. The continental crust is the layer of grew natick sedimentary amid them offic rocks which forms the continents in the areas of shallow seabed close to their shores is the continental shelves. It's list dance. The janik crust material and therefore floats on top of it unlike previous research which is based on strontium isotopes and marine cabinets which are usually either scarce or altered in rock more than three billion years old new study by scientists from the university of bergen looked at the mineral barrett which forms from sulfates emotion water mixing with barium from hydrothermal vents and thus holds an unchanging record aversion chemistry. Going back through time. The authors calculated the ratio of strontium isotopes in six different deposits of barrack from three different continents range in age from three pointed three point. Five billion years this allowed them to determine win with continental rock populated into the ocean and was incorporated into barrett the authors determined that the weathering started about three point seven billion years ago. That's around five hundred million years earlier than previously thought. The findings provide a new understanding of early ocean chemistry. As well as the onset of plate tectonics and even hope understanding the evolution of the biosphere because once process is like plate tectonics hope established the continents processes like erosion can begin to where the crucial minerals and nutrients into the ocean.
Star Wars: The Bad Batch Episode 2 Review
"Episode two of the star wars. The bad batch reactions also went up over the weekend. That's tim that's barrett. That's roger corneas given all them. Good takes about stalwarts the bad batch. It's also available as a podcast if you search for kind of funny reactions on podcast versus a new feed. Go check it out. Go support it. How you like bad batch like an episode one. Highly highly worth watching for everybody. I think because it's kind of a mini movie. It's an hour and ten minutes plus. Oh a really really fun. Cool star wars story. I'm not going to spoil what it takes place because it's cool interesting time. Think you're gonna like it is it. Does it not take place in the clone wars like that. I know that's another show. It's okay but do they connect in any specific way. Just the fact that they're stars yes they can act but you do a really good job especially the first episode of just understanding that people might have never seen that animated things before and it being totally understandable. It's good stuff.
Star Wars: The Bad Batch Episode 2 Review
"Episode two of the star wars. The bad batch reactions also went up over the weekend. That's tim that's barrett. That's roger corneas given all them. Good takes about stalwarts the bad batch. It's also available as a podcast if you search for kind of funny reactions on podcast versus a new feed. Go check it out. Go support it. How you like bad batch like an episode one. Highly highly worth watching for everybody. I think because it's kind of a mini movie. It's an hour and ten minutes plus. Oh a really really fun. Cool star wars story. I'm not going to spoil what it takes place because it's cool interesting time. Think you're gonna like it
How to Think Like a Breadwinner and Transform Your Money With Jennifer Barrett
"What are some of the steps that you should think about as the breadwinner. That should maybe be top of mind. Sure i mean it starts with your income right. Because that's the springboard for all your wealth building efforts and what that means really from the gecko although it's never too late to stop in. Look at this very mindfully. Is planning your career strategically. In order to ensure the income you make we'll support the life and maybe the family that you want and then of course is negotiating to be sure you're earning the most you can in any role and that really means Doing some research to find out what people in your role in your area are earning on average and all that data is is now available and kind of making sure you're at the top that range and then more than that really focusing in your career. If you're on career. Not an entrepreneur on the promote oval. Work that will really help to advance your career and your income because research shows that women are much more likely to take on what's called office housework or other non promotional work than men are and that can really hold us back. I mean obviously. There are a lot of barriers that many of us have to overcome as women in the workforce and certainly women of color. But this is something that we can control right the work that we take on the work that we say no to and it really comes back to this idea of like career. Planning is not just about figuring out what it is you wanna do and what. You're talented outright. it's also thinking about. Will this career support the life. That i want up first financially and then secondary considerations around flexibility and other things to look out but but that financial piece is so important in a lot of times. That's missing for women so the data still shows that women disproportionately select the lowest paying majors and the lowest paying careers and even in the highest paying fields. Women will overwhelmingly select the lowest paying tracks. You this mean this is current research. I had really thought that this might shift. But it's really not shifting in the way that i had had thought it might so i think we're still not thinking that way we're not considering the income perhaps as much as we
Randle, Rose lead Knicks to win over Grizzlies
"Julius Randle scored twenty points and Derrick rose at a twenty five on eleven fifteen in the next twelve win in their last thirteen games one eighteen one oh four at Memphis R. J. Barrett added fifteen points for New York which guaranteed itself a winning season for the first time in eight years the Grizzlies received five technicals in a span of eighteen seconds to seal the loss the next room a one and a half games ahead of the hawks were fourth in the east and home court advantage in the first round Dillon Brooks scored twenty five for Memphis what rookie Desmond bane added twenty two for the Grizzlies who drop to ninth in the west I'm the ferry
High Court to Take up Right to Carry Gun for Self-Defense
"The Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal to expand gun rights across the country in a New York case over the right to carry a firearm in public for self defense the case marks the court's first foray into gun right since justice Amy Coney Barrett came on board making a six three conservative majority the justices said Monday they will review a lower court ruling that upheld new York's restrictive gun permit law the action follows several mass shootings in recent weeks the High Court had turned down review of the same issue in June before justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death New York is among eight states that limit who has the right to carry a gun in public the others are California Delaware Hawaii Maryland Massachusetts New Jersey and Rhode Island Julie Walker New York
Knicks extend winning streak to 9, beat Raptors 120-103
"It's now a nine game winning streak for the next after Julius Randle led them to a one twenty one oh three win over the raptors Randall delivered thirty one points and ten rebounds for the Knicks who are on their longest winning streak since a thirteen game run during the twenty twelve thirteen season Randall had twenty points by halftime before New York broke it open R. J. Barrett had twenty five points and twelve boards to help the next take a firmer grip on fourth place in the Eastern Conference we have a lot of a lot more to accomplish and everybody's a big family here everybody loves each other and and wants to see each other on each other to succeed so our we're gonna continue grinding every single day to to get better and continue winning Fred vanvleet and OG Anunoby each scored twenty seven points for the raptors I'm Dave very
Massachusetts Man Charged After Trying to Run Over Black Kids
"Accused of trying to run over a group of kids with his truck is charged with hate crimes and other counts. In Massachusetts, police and Holbrook say Shane Belleville drove his pickup truck toward a group of black Children while repeatedly yelling a racial slur after a fight between black kids and white kids broke out at a school playground on April 10th. One of the kids called Belleville, who was a relative to come help, but the fight was over. By the time he arrived, authorities say Belleville escalated the situation when he confronted the black Children. A shouting match ensued. A teenage girl spat on Belleville and he slapped her in the face. Police say the 36 year old then got in his truck and drove in reverse toward the group. The kids scramble to avoid getting hit.
"barrett" Discussed on We The People
"That basically said nothing in our analysis should be viewed as casting doubt on longstanding restrictions including prohibitions on felony possession and judge Barrett's said, well, actually I think we still need to do a case by case analysis, and in this instance where we have this nonviolent individual it's not right to assume quite. So quickly that this person has categorically a disentitle to gun ownership and during the hearing she actually referred to that you know should. Nothing in this opinion should cast out this kind of exemption language in Heller as clearly dicta actually was SORTA I I'm not sure that I've heard anyone quite. So straightforwardly referred to that part of the scully opinion, which was a significant piece of the opinion as pure dicta, and that suggests to me you know there's a list of other kinds of longstanding prohibitions that Scalia seems to carve out for continuing exclusion from Second Amendment Protection So it seems to me that whole list is now in question I if Justice Barrett if judge Barrett becomes Justice Barrett So said that I thought was a striking exchange in particular in the context of several days in which he didn't WanNa give much substance or specifics She was actually quite happy to talk at some length about the Second Amendment you know I think that return to another theme you know she the majority. In kanter suggests that the method that she is describing, which would you know involved this extremely labor intensive and kind of deep historical dive into you know founding era restrictions and application of a restriction to a particular individual raising an as applied challenge to a felon disentitlement law would just be unduly burdensome on the judiciary and these kind of categorical prohibition on felony possession was just a more workable standard that you did have support in historical practice. Just, seemed kind of. Moved by those kinds of workability and administer ability arguments and so I think they're to you to see on display a commitment to formal methods. Very much superseding pragmatic or functional considerations about the way that courts would be forced and I think this is particularly true in the Second Amendment where it seems as though this deep historical dive in every case would just take an unbelievable amount of time if done thoroughly if done well by judges and law clerks, she yeah, to say, well, that's sort of the method that that Heller prescribes and so we just have to kind of implemented a quickly as to the distinction between voting jury, service and gun ownership. I think she in the hearing she seemed to say all all he was doing. It wasn't suggesting a devaluation of voting rights or anything else. I meant to simply kind of repeat again drawn Heller I'm not sure that's totally right and it's and it's of course that there is explicitly in the Fourteenth Amendment this contemplation. that states might deny the vote but it seems to me to read. That there still is this this seeming hierarchy that she posits that doesn't seem it seems to go beyond that specific textual matter in the fourteenth amendment to suggest that potentially there is that she does view state entitlement to disenfranchise appre broadly and obviously holds a ferry fairly narrow view at least as to this disentitlement to gun possession under the second amendment. So I'm not sure she fully answered the question by just referring to Heller I think that she wrote in the opinion and said in the hearing up very much goes beyond what Justice Scalia said Heller let's talk now about the affordable care act. Michael. Senator coons and other senators quoted Judge Bats language from a law review article. Noting that in the original case that upheld the affordable care act against a constitutional challenge quote Chief Justice Roberts pushed the affordable care act beyond. It's plausible meaning to save the Statute Senator coons call those fighting words originalist and textualist judge Barrett responded I don't think that Chief Justice Roberts calls himself a textualist, but she stressed that the issue in the case that's coming down the pike before the court in a few weeks. California versus Texas raises a very different question several ability and she seemed to express. Support for the doctrine of several ability when I was available to us about Judge Barrett's comments about the affordable care act and several -bility. Will this was an interesting example of how the politics of the nomination intersected most squarely with the? With the legal issues imply because clearly right from the opening statements, Senate Democrats decided to make this primarily a hearing about the affordable care act and the effects of striking down the affordable care act in in this forthcoming case. But I do think that. So. First of all, yes justice judge Burt has written in passing briefly but did point out that the chief. Justice. had. A. Let's say a kind of non textualist or strain textualist. Reading of provisions of the affordable care act both in the first case, NFL versus Sibelius, and then in subsequent case involving subsidies King Versus Burwell. But this case raises a different issue Congress's now zeroed out the penalty. For the individual mandate and so much of the action in this case will turn on this issue of severe ability and without. prognosticating, of course, what what commitments ultimately would be I did think that her exchange yesterday on the second day of her own testimony in exchange with Senator Feinstein where she talked about several ability kind of Jenga game where you take out provisions of the statute and see if the rest of the statue can't survive and that the fact that the Congress's now zeroed out the penalty for the individual mandate but didn't disturb the provisions of the affordable care act that are very popular coverage for pre existing conditions and coverage for until twenty six and so forth that the fact that there is pretty broad consensus crossed the court. There's a case last term in which just Kavanagh wrote for the court in touched on some of these issues involving several. But pretty broad consensus across the court that you can suffer a provision of statute even if if it is unconstitutional and leave the rest of the statute that Congress has acted in place I think telegraphs to my mind pretty clearly that that the affordable care act will not be struck down in this in this forthcoming case. Kate, what do you make a not only of Barrett's comments about several -bility but also have heard criticism of Chief Justice Roberts approach in the original affordable care act case and do you believe that? Her approach to several ability might mean in the future that a congressional statutes are. Trimmed rather than struck down in their entirety, you don't think it's clear that she would have been with Justice Scalia and the other joint dissenters on the taxation argument versus civilians would have You know what would have found that the law could not have been justified on that constitutional basis i. think she would have also been with the dissenters in King Versus Burwell would have found that that because the phrase established by the state out of context seems limited to exchanges established by states as opposed to the federal government. Subsidies are only available in those states have created their own exchanges pretty much everyone acknowledged would have or. Very likely would have led to the destruction of the affordable care act So I think she probably would have voted in ways that that destroyed in one way or another the in both of those cases but she's of course, right that this is a different challenge. The legal theory is different and she shouldn't be understood to be hostile to the affordable care. Actually said this a number of times because she had written critically of the courts majority opinions in those cases I think all that is fair I..
"barrett" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Text, the text of the constitution can or the text of the document controls on, and again that's one of those theories that like sounds deceptively simple but in practices can be very difficult to implement. originalism again is the idea that. When you're turning the constitution, the constitution has affixed meaning and judges rebound by it. So originalism and tax journalism are at the very least close cousins. And where it is amy, Coney Barrett fallen to these three waves of originalism I interpret the Constitution as a law that I interpret its text is text and I understand it to have the meaning that it had at the time people ratified it. That meaning doesn't change over time and it's not up to meet updated or infuse my own policy views into it. Barrett has written about originalism at a very high level of generality One thing that I find very frustrating about her scholarship is with a few exceptions mean again, she's been very clear that she opposes abortion. She's been very clear that she thinks that the obamacare case wrongly decided, but she doesn't really get into the weeds about what sort of changes she would make under her originalist philosophy. You know we don't know if she agrees with Justice Thomas that federal child labor laws should be struck down. For example, but you she grew up in the Arrow where third wave originalism was ascendant amongst conservatives. She uses very similar rhetoric to what I hear from other third wave originalist at. So I think it's a safe bet that she join the supreme. Court you know there might be some nuances of just as Justice Thomas and justice gorsuch don't agree on everything. It's likely that Barrett won't agree with those two men on everything as well. But I think that she's going to take a very similar approach and we're going to see her like Thomas and gorsuch trying to sweep away much of the government's ability to function. ooh. And her confirmation Surpreme Court has albuque- sure. Do we know when it's going to happen? Yeah. I mean barring a miracle or like you know maybe six Republican senators will be lost at sea. She's getting confirmed says probably not about persuading each other unless something really dramatic happens. All Republicans will vote. All Democrats will vote. No. and. That will be the way the breakout of the vote the Senate is operating under a very rushed schedule together confirmed I mean I think Lindsey Graham has announced the first Markelle. On the Barrett confirmation in the committee will take place on Thursday I think she's likely to be confirmed by the end of this month just in time to weigh in on an election of which she won't commit to a peaceful transfer of power. Yeah that's right. Everything is awesome right now. Heiser. He writes about the Supreme Court of box dot com we can find our latest coverage of judge, any Coney Barrett's confirmation hearings in also just wrapped up hosting a mini series on voting rights for the weeds podcast it's called by the people. Each episode looks at different obstacle facing.
"barrett" Discussed on Skullduggery
"They have a piece and they mainstream public opinion and they understand mainstream public opinion right? Like they know what these women are worried about they know what the polls say and that's why you get people like Thom Tillis being like. Not. Really do anything and I think they're the wheel conversation is absolutely about what's already been done. What else is going to be done whether or not? You put out this sort of like a rail whether Roseanne's or not. With David I, don't think we should get rid of road to put something better in its place but I think you need to leave rose standing and build on top of that, and that's where I think our movement has room to grow probably should have started a while ago is how do you so matt these rights in stronger jurisprudence, but I don't think that's An excuse for getting raider grow when it has real life consequences that infringe on very basic freedoms and rights of people, and at the same time, those consequences are already being felt in states and David ending correct me if I'm wrong but they're not GonNa Choice at some point to take one of these bands like you're going to have to take Georgia or Missouri around. The Court of course, controls its stock at completely, and if for example, a state banned abortion outright and the lower courts. Upheld that ban which would never happen. So and if they didn't, then it doesn't get to the Supreme Court because the State Appeals Stream court turns it down and they don't deal with the issue. But if for some reason, a lower court upheld the ban which I can't imagine not even some of the nuttier federal appeals courts in the country the Supreme Court could up the issue by summarily reversing it. No decision just say see our prior rulings statement affectively duck the issue and these guys play the long game I. Mean Barrett just had her bar Mitzvah will not really but she's forty eight and gorsuch and cavenaugh are in their fifties Roberts who's been on the court fifteen years. was barely it is barely sixty five years old I. think he's younger than than Isikoff. So they can afford to play the long game and wall Romi be near and dear to bear its heart it clearly is it's not near and dear to the chiefs heart I. Doubt It is as much soda, Gorsuch or Cavenaugh. Overturning Roe might be near or dear to Barrett's but I don't think it is to Roberts or some of the other some of the others, and if they put off to a calmer time dealing with a question or doing the deed when twenty three or twenty twenty-five, what's the big deal? It matters to the hard right and to evangelical 's I don't think it particularly matters to others and for Roberts for example, he's got bigger projects he wants to finish perhaps gutting the voting rights act. He wants to finish what citizens united began he. Doesn't WANNA, get stuck in the mire with withrow and I, suspect that gorsuch and Cava are in the same camp. We all talk about row as if it's a central issue and and listen I think the right to choose as a political matter is I'm just not sure it's the judicial a project that we assume that all conservatives all the on the court want want. But David isn't it true? I? mean the the research shows both in nineteen eighty two when the federalist society formed as well as late as twenty nineteen in independent research that party. Is. A good litmus test is because it does map. So well onto hostility to other forms of social progress like the voting rights act like broader forms of Gender Justice and what's interesting to me about that is how honestly refreshingly honestly Senator Mike Lee has lays cards.
"barrett" Discussed on Skullduggery
"There are clauses at war with each other the text of the First Amendment versus the text of the Copyright Clause you know within the First Amendment Separation of church versus free establishment of religion. Why don't why didn't somebody presser on any one of those drilling down you know the way a good cross examiner, good law school professor was on what are you doing this situations? Instead they asked their question about textualist them, and then read the next question on their list I. At some point you get the impression with some of the really bad questioners that if she said something like I kidnapped the Lindbergh. They wouldn't hear what was said engaged or they just go onto the next question by the way. I she sufficiently on that I'm quite sure she did not kidnap Lindbergh big. If you see the court thesis here that I'm not ready to see because I am a heard optimist to just believes that there could be fourth Republican who cares so much about the legitimacy of the court doubled breaks onto it. But if you see David Central thesis that we know the outcome of this confirmation then what you get to. Grow a Kabuki theatre but I would call it political theater. Right. You're trying to drive up the political stakes and consequences for the various players in the region and I would argue on that point that the Democrats are doing precisely what they need to do rain they are laying bare. What does that stake in a way that voters are already enormously? Responsive to voters particularly, those women in the suburbs that nate silver just showed is making the margin of difference in these swing states they are extraordinarily agitated about the threats to the ACA, c. a Roe versus Wade and I think these hearings are bribing a clear focus on how imminent those threats are and on the other side I think the only Republican. Strategy they have to win over those same voters because they've already seated on the issues essentially is to cast out right like that's what they're trying to do what she's going to do. Well, you know what her records clear but to pay victim right to make her sympathetic to that same constituency a boaters, and on that I actually just think failing. So, at least logistic break that down a little bit because there's a short term political calculus, which is the election, the presidential election and Senate races the number of members of that committee are in tough Senate reelection battles, and then there's the longer term which is the fate of a woman's right to choose or the now some of those things might be. Resolved in the Supreme Court, but they're also going to be battles and state legislatures on abortion maybe even in Congress if there's a move to to codify roe versus. Wade. So are you talking about both the short term and the longer term political calculus? Yeah. Absolutely. I. Think Voters Have Long Memories I. Think we're still seeing residual effects from those suburban. Voters of the repeal votes the cabinet votes, the families separation stuff that has a lasting imprint on these voters and I think they will remember and of course, many of us will help remind them and twenty two and twenty four I don't think that disappears but I also think you guys speak to this better. The juries with David has to say about. The Best Court watchers, I know also think that the strongest argument we have for mitigating the worst effects of our radical right majority cemented on the court is to put the legitimacy of the court in question for radical action right? So you have to slow you have to do everything you're saying you have to work that gain a majority or federal legislature. Absolutely work state houses which were already doing, but you also have to call the question in for the public hangings and make sure Roberts knows that the legitimacy of the port is in question if he if he actually does what the base wants them to do, what trump from as which is take radical action to throw these mental rights under the bus. Now clearly, Roe versus Wade is front and center in this hearing. Obviously, elise, you're the president of wral. This is your Core Issue David you've written a book, the most dangerous game that does argue even though you come from A. Liberal perspective if find might take. The liberty of saying. So you actually argue that Roe versus Wade was wrongly decided and was an example of judicial overreach. So I WANNA get your take on a both of your take on whether I thought it was interesting judge Barrett said, there are a handful of super, precedence Supreme Court Decisions Brown versus board being one of them Marbury versus Madison another row versus Wade is not in her view a super precedent. So as a practical matter if assuming she gets on the court, is she a vote for overturning Roe versus Wade or chipping away at Roe versus Wade David Yuga I. Well, first of all I wished I'd written the most dangerous game. Brands or whatever. It's all. It's all a game to us at skulduggery. So I had to choose. Yeah. But but listen before I get voted off the island again I am a strong policy legislative proponent of abortion of a woman's right to choose all my book says is that as a matter of constitutional law row was an terrible decision, it's not as bad as Bush v Gore sat is probably as bad as shelby county about voting rights or citizens united about campaign finance or Heller about gun control if I had to choose between them but as a matter of constitutional I, it's a lousy opinion and RPG said as much. Now, that's a different question about now that it's been the law for fifty years if you if you should overturn it. Where you didn't ask that question I can answer it in a bit if you want. What's Barrack GonNa do anybody who predicts which she's GonNa do or frankly what the chief justice is. GonNa do or Cavenaugh Gorsuch is a lot smarter dumber than I. Am we know Thomas is going GonNa do because he's already done it and I'd be guessing pretty strongly based on opinions Alito is going to go the same way but the rest I'm not sure if I were a betting man and I'll play with skulduggery his pension fund. I would guess that it is more likely for variety of reasons that most of the others if not all of them. would be happy to chip away they would support. Any regulation on abortion that comes before them. They'd strike down. Nothing. But that they would duck the issue of dealing with a state statute that outright ban. Abortion. What are you say that? David, why do you say that? What is it about these justices that wouldn't want to take that step? Why would they far Lynch regard for the institution? It isn't particularly now you know if Biden wins all the more with court packing or. What was what was the formulation court rebalancing I heard I Thank you you know I. Don't think court backing is pejorative but with that now, if not reaching the tipping point, certainly approaching the mainstream listen I, argue it I argued for it in my book I think that the court as it has done over the decades will try to remove itself as best it can from the vortex I think they will try to stay out of the storm. They can I don't think they'll necessarily do that a November fourth or December fourth with respect to a disputed election or when you have different state on, it's an..
"barrett" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
"The opinion pages of the Wall Street. Journal, this is Potomac Watch a couple more broad observations. That I've noticed from the hearing so far one is that as bill mentioned a judge Barrett clerked for Justice Antonin Scalia. There's been some attempts to try to make her answer for everyone of scallions, opinion and her reply to that I thought was pretty good. She said if I were confirmed, you'd be getting Justice Barrett not. Justice Scalia. and it seems that she's also adhering pretty closely to what's been called the Ginsburg rule from Ruth Bader GINSBURG. GINSBURG's confirmation hearings Kim, offering no hints no forecasts no previews of how she would rule. For example, on Roe v Wade Tuesday morning, Dianne Feinstein tried to pin judge down with very specific questions. Like was Roe v Wade wrongly decided, but she did not get very far there. And the GINSBURG role. Let's point out has been role sense GINSBURG. So Amy Coney Barrett in refusing to highlight or give any explanation about how she might rule pending cases that has generally been or has been absolutely the attitude of pretty much every supreme court nominee that has come up in front of the Senate ever since Ruth? Bader GINSBURG was confirmed. And it's it's also. A completely reasonable view because you know having a discussion about sweeping areas of. Prudence is one thing. But as we all know these cases that come up often turn on incredibly technical details, they're often centered on one small piece of Law and you can never imagine this scenario. WHO's the plaintiff do they have? and so it simply not appropriate to just make sweeping kind of generalizations about things. It's also not appropriate to foreshadow how you're going to rule before you've heard arguments or before you've had a chance to speak with your. Fellow judges who get a chance to make their arguments for different readings of law, etc. so that's completely within the norm You know I think what will be interesting to watch in coming days will be the many and varied ways at Democrats still try to get the answers that they want. Feinstein gave a good preview of that but expect Democrats in coming days to go about this and all different manners and fashions. Saying you know, can you think of other judges who are textualist whoever ruled on a case that helped you know the cause of gay marriage or something like this, and they're gonNA try to corner her in some way but I would also point out amy conybeare has been through this before she sat through a pretty grueling appeals court nomination hearing only a couple of years ago and you can bet she's been. Practicing for those kinds of questions this time to. One thing to me at least is notable absence. In the run-up to the hearings there was a lot of reporting in the press on Judge Barrett's Catholic religious faith and this charismatic group people of Praise. That she was reportedly a member of. Ability nobody knows none of the senator at least that I've seen have raised that yet and do you think they anybody will this week? No I think they've been shamed into it. look I think two things the judge bear benefits from his set. Brad Kavanagh really bore the brunt of just disgusting attacks. Out of whole cloth that he was a gang rapist and so forth. So I don't think they can go to that kind of place that kind of scandal and especially against the woman right and then also because judge Barrett went through some of this about her faith when she was before the Senate Judiciary Committee for Appeals Court Job. They got a lot of pushback on that. So there's been a lot of warning for example for Senator Feinstein..
"barrett" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"To me and I've seen Anderson Cooper. He's Andy Cohen on New Year's Eve. Blow a Kazoo. Course they believe Sean. was like the most respected. In News. Because we never saw in shorts. All right. That's pretty funny. It's It's very funny. All right. So John McEnroe believe it or not. Now he's a big liberal. But. I knew him and I knew the Guy I know the guy the runs you know who runs it as well our friend. Michaela are her. Dad runs the John McEnroe tennis academy he runs the whole thing. Great Guy Great Family Anyway so They invited me to this fundraiser and John McEnroe McEnroe's there with Djokovic choose one of the I guess he's the number one player in the world right now right I. Think. So are you asking me a question about sports? Sort certification for about comedy right now that's very funny. What part of funny that I don't know if he's number one I hope. You don't know who Novak. Djokovic now was he part of the Russia collusion? Known talk my gosh no is only the number one player in the world and add men's tennis but not politics by digress over this. So they start auctioning out a doubles match where you get to play with Djokovic and John McEnroe, and then you know you and and another person. So I bid openly and I said okay. I'll I'll bid I. WANNA. Say. It was pretty generous amount, but I donated to his charity it's to help minority kids in sports I. It's a good cause I was glad to do it. and. So I, bid on this auction item to play tennis with McEnroe and Djokovic. Personnel said, but one condition I said. You have to play with Chris Rock and I'll play with Novak. Djokovic. And Macaroni didn't miss a beat McEnroe's funny. I mean he's here. Reverend has hell. He's very funny. He didn't miss a beat. He says, well, I'll pay that and more not to play that match. And then I raised the stakes again. Anyway. So after the bidding, this guy has no idea who I am and it was interesting because I met Chris Rock after and like a lot of Comedians I mean if he's came off as painfully shy in real life to me. So like Neil bortz is so outspoken on radio you meet them in person and I mean it's just like it's it's awkward. He's just not the same person when you meet him in person, he's just shy naturally shy is going to hate me for saying it but it's true. And a lot of performers are like that. But I think you put a microphone in his hand you put him on stage at mean this guy comes to life like nobody else I mean I think he's one of the most talented gifted performers out there you you have. No, you really don't think he's funny. I think I. Think lots of people are funny. You don't you're not but what do you think? Jason. What do you think? Ethan I I like Chris Rock, he's he has his moments I think he used to be more funny. Jesus. Here's my take. Okay. This is my macro take I. Love when people are funny and they bash everyone equally when you bash once I more than the other. I get turned off like if you wanted to you know. Bash everybody and it's funny and everybody just needs to leave their. Their feelings at home and just laugh I'm all in. But if you just want to bash one side, I'm like. Not so interested anymore..
"barrett" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"It's John Carey, you know who you are getting John Kerry Susan Rice Eric Holder Andrew Weissmann these people will all be back without anything reigning them in. Pretty frightening that's a great report. I gotTA. Tell you John Solomon if you haven't been to his new website, he's the editor in chief of just the news one word dot. com, thank you both for being with us. When we come back, we'll update you on the soon to be started Senate hearings to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to the US Supreme Court they start next week and they expect sometime around the twenty second or so of October that they'll move. Forward. In the Senate with a full vote Senator Marsha Blackburn gives us an update. Then we'll get to your calls coming up next half hour. Then Leo two point Oh and Horace Cooper away in on the controversial comments of of Joe Biden and Michelle Obama's relates to race and we'll go over Joe's history of race which is not pleasant but ignored by the mob, the media, and of course, everybody in the Democratic Party because that's who they are quick break right back we'll continue. Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. Not What your country can do for you ask what you can do for your country. He draws inspiration from. US. Soldiers in the brave men and women who wear the blue. The warriors who never run from a fight they run to it. In this fight to save the soul of our country. It's time to wake the silent majority lat this moment radicalized here. The battle lines are drawn. The mission is clear and the time. Is upon us with your out but November third Republicans are going to win the house, win the Senate and again win the white. House when the brave compared, there's no battle we can't win. Let's do this. Suit Up. Chinda. And he'll take the lead. This is the Sean Hannity show. Glad you're with US twenty five till the top of the hour eight.
"barrett" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"They also at non-resident women that were nationals from Russia and other Eastern European countries who appear linked to Eastern European prostitution or human trafficking rings according to the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and governmental affairs. Up. What John is doing here. These articles are so critically important and showing the reason you're number one of the list because you have the biggest audience in the world to report these fax to but think about if the election goes a certain way, there won't be any checks in the administration. On this you'll have a Andrew Weissmann running the Justice Department you'll have. Ao, see running state you'll have you on. Omar running the Defense Department possibly. You know who knows I mean that look those are those are hopefully outlandish scenarios. But the main thing is you won't have any checks within the government. These things can go on a except for you know important media figures reporting them, they can go on a with impunity. That's what's at stake in just twenty eight days John Salomon because I think all this goes away. If God forbid Joe Biden Wins Selection now polls show that he's leading do you think Joe Biden wins this election does he ever get the scrutiny deserves I don't think so yeah no, that's what this taken this election the to visions for government one. That's GonNa, follow the law and order and one that goes under the table and does things like spies on Carter page without a legal basis monitors thirteen Americans without a violation of the law. This idea of big government fills more Soviet fills more intrusive than anything we've seen in our history and your president trump has laid. Out One vision I'm not for that stuff I'm combating that I don't want it to happen to another president in the future. That's what he always says and then Joe Biden and his media mob or silent they pretend these things didn't happen. They call them debunked when they're not That's the sort of choice that the Americans face when they go go to the polls. November third. So all of these happenings take place in all these money transfers but he's in the debate the other night and he just then and president trump called him out on it and he just lied have you seen anybody anybody in the mainstream media fact check that he'd lied because I didn't see it. Not once and and you know isn't hard work. You can just pick up the Senate report go to the footnotes, find out the Treasury document the date of the payment where it came from why was flagged additional payments that followed the when Joe Biden says that's been debunked. He's calling the Treasury Department that worked for him. The State Department that works for him, the FBI that worked for him liars and I think that. That's a shame. That's that's who originally surface this information, the payments from yellow in about arena first from the FBI and from the Treasury. Department the concerns about the conflict of interest with bereavement hunter and Ukraine that wasn't my story the the State Department officials saw that conflict of interest long before I wrote it fact the reason I wrote it. Joe Biden is calling them liars when he claims that this has been debunked. Pretty unbelievable the other other Biden family members that have benefited from the name as well. I mean you've got Joe. Biden's son hunter is and Joe's younger brother. They purchase this paradigm. Global Advisors Group that they had the first day..
"barrett" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"Pretty sure I might number one on the list of State Department Christmas cards for the fall but anyways To Yeah Yeah listen. This is important for two reasons. Right. We now know another example of the crushing power, the state using it's intelligence capabilities that target Americans without legal authorization you talk about unmasking and that's where they look at someone's intercepted phone call without a warm and read what was said this is a little different state. Department. Was Monitoring your social accounts, my social accounts using a tool called tangle and intelligence told to try to get ahead of what we were about to reporters say. Encounter our narratives. Now why these documents important they say, they show clearly that the US embassy in Cav Revenge, George Kantha guy with the Bowtie the testified during the impeachment they were told they had to stop this because it violated the law they were breaking the law. They weren't allowed to target Americans with still why is that important when Maria vantage was asked about this during her impeachment testimony she said that they stopped because they ran out of resources. The bureaucrats didn't have enough time. It does not appear that testimony is accurate based on these documents the second reason. These documents are important. They show the motive why were they trying to monitor you sean me and Don Jr. and Rudy Giuliani and Lou and and Laura. They were worried about the narrative. That Joe Biden. Hunter Biden had a corrupt situation going on. In Ukraine, George can't writes in his email. He's encouraging the the monitoring of these accounts. This burr Biden Barista story is the quote Unquote motherlode that could continue on all the way to November twenty twenty. Now, why is our State Department in CAV worried about Joe Biden's November twenty, twenty election prospects very Kelly because that's one of. The motives they gave for monitoring your account, my account, and all those others. Oh, you look at this from a legal standpoint analyze this as a civil liberties attorney David Sean I. Think the law was broken. Frankly it's as simple as that..
"barrett" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"Flynn's named forty nine times in a two month timeframe seven people at the Treasury Department unmasked. Michael Flynn's name. Is this an issue that Mr Durham is looking into? Another US attorney to look into the issue of unmasking because of. The high number of unmasking and some that do not readily appear to have been. In the line of normal business and that's what I want to be clear. So there's a there's another investigation on that issue specifically going on at the Justice Department right now. Yes. Wow. That's great. So Mr Jerem is looking at how the whole trump Russia started. You have another US attorney can you give us that US attorney's name or is that something you're comfortable donor John Bash. Of Texas, John Bassett Texas is looking specifically at the fact at unmasking thirty eight People Forty Nine Times Unmasked Michael Flynn's named and probably other unmask that took place in the final days of the Obama. Biden administrations at accurate actually much longer period of time even before that. Yes, and we had discovered that in the final year of the Obama Administration went up somewhat three hundred percent. Now, the email show the State Department officials, the Eden redacted emails obtained by John Solomon, and just the news dot com various questions about the accuracy of other State Department officials in their testimony during the president's impeachment. Proceedings they weren't exactly poor coming on any of this information judicial watch I raised concerns about this earlier this year I'll never forget during the whole issue involving ambassador, Maria, von Avik I barely knew who it was that she had somehow created an enemies list and other people in the embassy in Kiev of they've created this enemies list if you will by ordering the monitoring of. Prominent Americans including yours truly how I got to be I. Don I don't know and I remember when I came about I was like I barely know this woman. We've just basically following the fundamentals of the Ukraine in Ukrainian story which for me was you're not getting a billion dollars until you fire a prosecutor investigating my zero experience son Hunter who's being paid million all of which is true. But I digress here to break down the new information that he's found is John Solomon editor chief adjust the news DOT COM and author of the book fallout nuclear bribes. Russian spies Washington lies that enrich the Clinton, and Biden dynasties with trees spent a lot of time about. David shown civil liberties He was not on the list but people like me, Laura Ingram Lou Dobbs John Solomon were John Salomon how come you're not number one I would have put us number one on the list I. I certainly vote to put you number one on the list. How did I get number one on this list?.
"barrett" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"That's nuts. Joe. Why is it law? Enforcement groups have withdrawn all of their support from you what is your greatest accomplishment in the Senate? Joe What have you done in nearly fifty years? Why do you support open borders? Why do you support amnesty? Why do you support free health care for illegal immigrants in this country? You know do you support the illegal immigrants having the right to vote? Why should American citizens subsidize and pay for their healthcare and their education. Do you support any restrictions on abortion whatsoever. I keep going. I go over Kamala Harris extreme positions too. By the way this just breaking the director of National Intelligence. John Ratcliffe declassified documents reveals the former CIA director John. Brennan briefed the former President Barack Obama and. Purported plan to tie candidate Donald. Trump. To Russia as a means of distracting the public from her use of a private email server. In other words, CIA picked up intelligence on all of this. Now Brennan's handwritten notes have been declassified. And he even felt it was so important he briefed Obama on it. and. Anyway that was sent to the House and Senate intelligence committees. Source familiar with the documents. Explain that Brennan's handwritten notes were taken after briefing Obama on the matter. And other words that Hillary set the whole thing up as a means of vilifying donald trump to distract from her. Email scandal and that is the subpoenaed emails she deleted then the bleach bit. Then the hammers I told you we should always have gotten to the bottom of that. And that apparently, our intelligence officials were able to pick up intelligence in other words probably some eavesdropping or a source. Of Hillary, approving a plan to actually make up a false narrative about donald trump. Being in collusion with Russia the whole thing was made up then that referral was sent Tacoma and two Peter Struck of people they knew the whole time. New. The whole time? Never part of it. Well, the election doesn't go the right way and twenty eight days guess what will never get to the truth? Will never get to the bottom of it. I live free or Die America the world on the brink it's just twenty eight days. It has four weeks from today and you are the ultimate join told you. It was going to go fast. It is going fast many of you are nervous I like that want to know why because you should be but it? Is, what Joe Biden and Kamla Harris and Bolshevik Bernie Ao sear proposing is radical with the mob in the media. You got every institutional force in this country aligned against Donald Trump. You just do it's the ninety nine percent of the mob the media. It is every Democrat. It is every Rhino Republican institutional Republican. It's all the same thing the swamp protects the swamp. And the one thing they agree on getting rid of Donald Trump no matter. How that? No. Matter how they're doing this here bill bar told Jim Jordan asked another US attorney to investigate the issue of unmasking. Anyway State Department officials they had to be order they had to order. The. Stopping of tracking thirteen prominent Americans for information about the Ukraine scandal because the monitoring violated federal law by the way, those lists have thirteen people guess who happens to be number one on the list yours truly. But Anyway, let's listen to a bar saying about the masking thirty eight People Unmasked Michael..
"barrett" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"And I've never met a a presidential candidate that's never had to ask answer any questions. Bet anyone ever said we ever get an answer. Are you gonNA pack the court show America would like to know you gonNA. Pack the courts if you're elected president on not answering that question that's a trick from Donald Trump. Are you going to support ending the legislative filibuster joe that's a trick question to Do you support statehood for DC and Puerto Rico and Samoa wherever else they might be thinking about statehood so Democrats can have a Senate majority in perpetuity. Do you support that? I'm not going to answer that question either. Do you support moving forward with the constitutional amendment abolished the Electoral College. Oh. That's another trick question. I'm not going to answer that one. I mean, is anybody going to ask if your regrets authoring the the crime bill and four that was the Joe Biden Crime Bill that led to the mass incarceration of minorities and despair at sentencing or calling minorities in inner cities predators in the streets. Does he regret praising Robert Byrd the former Klansman as his friend and as his mentor does he regret the eulogy that he gave bird at his funeral? Does he regret fighting with bird to to stop integration of schools? Does he you know regret openly worrying that his kids would grow up in a racial jungle of schools were integrated. You know given his past with with a former Klansman and segregationist does biden avow the KKK does anyone decided ask him these questions trump's answered it repeatedly. Does he stand by his quote? You Ain't black if you vote for trump. What Joe Biden mean when he said the Latino community is. Unlike the African American community does anyone going to ask them that question? Because none of these questions still twenty eight days out of an election as he ever answered. Does. He regret saying you can't go to a seven eleven or Dunkin donuts unless you have a slight. Indian accent. Does, he regret when he called Obama the first mainstream African. American. Is Articulate and bright and clean and a nice looking guy as storybook man he likes to say the word man in a lot come on man you junkie you junkie man shut up man to. Man Oh. Man can't make that up. Does. He regret by the way that the him and and we'll get to Michelle Obama's comments to and and Barack and Michelle. Obama. They they WANNA talk about Donald Trump. and. Michelle Obama suggesting that that what we're watching with our own eyes isn't happening and that the it's only a tiny fraction of the protests that have been violent not a tiny fracture when you have over three thousand cops hurt. That was not a tiny fraction of anything. But you know an eight years of Barack Obama's President Michelle Obama First Lady Joe Vice. President four thousand homicides in Chicago alone. Twenty thousand shootings in Chicago alone. They barely mentioned it. Do they regret not doing anything to protect the people of Chicago Baraka Michelle's hometown. During his eight years as Obama's Vice President Whoa what did Biden Dude occur violence in Chicago? What did he do to curb violence in any inner-city community?.
"barrett" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Well it's hard to think of anything that could be more consequential than that. But what else is on the docket for the Supreme Court in this fall term? So the second case that I'm keeping a very close eye on is this case called Fulton. Fulton. Involves this issue that keeps coming up about whether or not people with religious objections to lgbt people are allowed to discriminate against them when the law says that. They aren't Didn't they just here case like this in the last term in twenty seventeen, they heard a case called masterpiece cake shop that involved a baker who didn't want to provide a wedding cake to a same sex couple. There are other cakes you don't create on religious grounds such as I don't create cakes for Halloween wouldn't create a cake that would be anti American or disparaging against anybody free reason. Even cakes. It would just disparage people who identify as Hell Gt. Cakes have a message and This is one that I can't create but that case kind of was resolved without much of an answer. You know they the Baker one but on extraordinarily narrow grounds and the broader question of whether people have faith can ignore civil rights laws is still open. And last term, there was a case called Baas talk the Supreme Court ruled the nineteen sixty four federal civil rights. Act protects employees from being fired for being gay or transgender Baas talk didn't deal with the religion issue at all Baas talk dealt with whether or not a current wall banning employment discrimination specifically bans discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity the Supreme Court said, yes, it does. So in theory it's illegal. To, fire someone because they're gay they're by or they're trans in practice. However, if the Supreme Court says that religion is a license to disobey an Antidiscrimination Law Bostock might not wind up meaning very much in the long run. Okay. And how might the precedent set by those two cases play into this third one? So this third case Fulton is unusual actually a bit surprised at the Supreme Court took this case and the reason why? Is All of these past cases like masterpiece cake shop dealt with a private business owner and the private business owner wanted to be able to discriminate within the sphere of his own property. Within this this fear of his own Business Fulton involves a government contractor, the city of Philadelphia contracts out certain services dealing with foster children to private entities including in this case, Catholic Social Services and Catholic social services says that it wants to be. Able to discriminate against same sex couples when it's providing these foster services for the government, it would be really extraordinary if the Supreme Court were to say that the government is not allowed to say that it won't discriminate and it's not allowed to order its employees and its contractors not to discriminate you might remember the Kim Davis case a while back where there was a local clerk who refuse to provide marriage licenses to same sex couples. Name for title one, a certificate that that authorizes married that conflicts with God's definition of marriage as a union between one man and one woman violates my deeply held religious convictions and conscience, and so if Fulton says that government contractors have a religious right to discriminate, the next step would be they could say that government employees have religious right to discriminate dude really just extraordinary. You know again it's one thing to say that private business owners can operate their own business according to their religious beliefs. It's another thing altogether to say that a religious organization can effectively force the government to operate according to the religious beliefs of that private organization. Okay. So Fulton obamacare huge cases coming up on this fall docket, and then of course, there's the election which you alluded to how might. The confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett. Have an effect on this election. So the short answer is we don't know you know the the question is whether we're going to be in a Bush v Gore situation where you have five justices who just think they would rather have the Republican in the White House or whether she's capable of saying look if we do this like there could be civil on rast and it could lead to an illegitimacy crisis or worse we do not want that And I'm sure the Supreme Court is hoping to not have to decide this election and I'm. Also. Sure much of the country would prefer the Supreme Court not decide this election but. Barring that I, mean what does amy conybeare its potential confirmations of Supreme Court mean for the for the next generation of this bench barring court packing in less Democrats, win such an enormous victory in November that they have the votes to add additional seats to the Supreme Court and fill them with Democrats. Emmy conybeare it's going to I mean she's forty eight years old. So she's GonNa be with us for thirty forty you know many many years to come. This is the culmination of a project that has gone on probably for the last several decades. Entrench minority rule in this country and Here's what I mean. By this Donald Trump lost the popular vote by nearly three million votes. Republicans control the majority in the Senate, but the Republican majority actually represents fifteen million fewer people than the democratic. Minority, it's only because the Senate is so Mala portion. That Republicans control majority the first Supreme, court justice in American history to be nominated by President, who lost the popular vote at confirmed by a block of senators that represent less than half the country was trump's first appointee neal gorsuch. The second was the second appointee, Brad Kavanagh and the third is likely to be Amy Coney Barrett. I fully understand that this is a momentous decision for president. And if the Senate does me the honor of confirming me I pledge to discharge the responsibilities of this job to the very best of my ability. So this has never happened before Donald. Trump were now likely to have a third of the Supreme Court controlled by justices who have no democratic legitimacy and that's I think very frightening. You know most Americans think that they live in democracy but because of the pathology, how we pick our presidents, how we pick our senators and ultimately how we pick our judges it means that a body that lacks democratic legitimacy is going to be striking down laws potentially.
"barrett" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Consumers for safe CBD wants to know what's in your CBD in a recent report to Congress. The FDA found that a sampling of CBD products they tested were mislabeled. Some of them contained more than one hundred and twenty percent of the CBD amount listed ends. Nearly twenty products contained THC, the ingredient that can cause psychoactive effects as well. Consumers for safety is calling on the FDA to regulate the CBD Marquette to protect consumers from potential harms. Posed by untested products though the FDA has issued warnings, this has not deterred some vendors for making sweeping health claims about their products ability to treat a wide range of serious medical conditions. Remember just because CBD products are on Grocery store shelves does not mean their risk free be smart and stay healthy learn more about consumers for safe CBD at four. SAFE CBD DOT. Org. That's the number four S., A. F. E. C. B. D. DOT org. I love the United, states an I love the United States Constitution. I am truly. I'm truly humbled by the prospect of serving on the Supreme Court. In how soon could amy conybeare be on the Supreme Court Republicans be talking as soon as October twenty nine for a confirmation and what's important about that Oct twenty nine date is that would be a few days before the election. This will end up in the Supreme Court and I think it's very important that we have nine justices. Several Republicans including trump have been very clear that they want Barrett on the court in time for any election related disputes which I think is raised. Very real fears that they want her on the poor because they think that if there's a contested election, she will throw the election to trump but just in case it would be. More, political than it should be I think it's very important to have a ninth just. And when does the Supreme Court start hearing cases again? So the new term begins October fifth on the first Monday of October surreally really soon really soon. Yeah. The court's GonNa be back very soon. Well, before we go to the election, let's talk about the cases justice. Amy conybeare would here in her first term on the court. So there's two cases I think are worth highlighting I'm one is the latest attack on Obamacare. The US Supreme Court will take up a legal challenge the affordable care act the issue at hand is regarding the constitutionality of laws individual mandate. This is the third time that Republican lawyers have been in the Supreme Court trying to get the Supreme Court to demolish the affordable care act at is the stupidest legal argument. I have ever seen I I. It's awful. Essentially, they argue that when Congress reduced the penalty for not having health insurance to zero dollars, they effectively eliminated the individual mandate that what Congress secretly dead when it repealed just the individual mandate is that actually repealed the entire affordable care act, and so now the Supreme Court has to go in and like realized this secret thing has happened at dismantle the whole law I mean I could go into more detail. But if I spent an hour explaining their legal theory, you knew it just sounds stupider I it's really dog. And so the hope is that even someone like Amy Coney Barrett who's very very conservative with look at this and say Oh hell no, that's to dom but. Three Republican judges have already largely exciting onto this legal theory. In order for Obamacare. Survive. Democrats have to pick up not just chief justice Roberts was likely to do so but one other. Republican. And I think there's a real question as to whether there is a second Republican vote who will say you know this is too partisan. This is too silly. This legal argument is too stupid. You know I think that there is going to be a temptation here to put their politics before the law. So on obamacare third go in front of the Supreme Court it could potentially Yes, and that would be. That would I mean the number that gets thrown around a lot is twenty million people with lose their health care. But that twenty million figures from before the pandemic and before millions of people lost their jobs at with it, their employer provided insurance. So I don't know what the number is now, but it could be you know twenty five or thirty million when you account for all of these people who are now depending on obamacare because they no longer have a job.
"barrett" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"The name. Amy Coney Barrett for a couple of years. Now ever since this story came out that president trump was saving Barrett to someday day replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg like over the last three years pretty much any time I tweet anything about Justice Ginsburg trolls will respond something along the lines of she will die and we will replace her with Amy Coney Barrett's like it's been a constant drumbeat for three years now. As soon as the news broke, of Justice, GINSBURG staff, the the name on everyone's lips was amy conybeare I honestly feel like Republicans just placed her outside the cemetery gates and they were like as soon as Justice Ginsburg takes her last breath we will install you and I just feel like I have been trolled in. You know many legal analysts have been trolled about this for a very long time. It's like the maximal troll it is the final stage of the trump trawl like this is bad. It just doesn't get neutral earlier. I, mean you held out the possibility that Amy Kuney Barrett. Down the nomination why well Because, if you listen to her friends and her supporters like they all say, she's really smart which I believe she's really nice in person I believe. And Be a thoughtful analytical judge and I guess like. It seemed to me that if she were really is nice and empathetic, and as thoughtful as they claimed this, she would at a minimum not agreed to be trotted out at. A Rose Garden ceremony intentionally designed to look exactly like RPG's before our BG is literally in the ground like it just seems so ghoulish and she even mentioned at the ceremony like the flags are still at half staff. Yeah. Because she just I don't week ago. Of course this appointment, it's not about being nice. It's about power who's got it and who doesn't. For progressive like mark. It feels like a rug is been ripped out from under him. There's no pretending that they're doing something aside from politics. It just seems like whatever we had for a very long time in this country, a supreme court that garnered. Respect. From both sides did at important moments seemed to sit above politics not align itself with one party or platform that's over and it's over forever. Today on the show mark is going to explain why this appointment concerns him so much by looking at who amy conybeare it is as a person, but also as a scholar and jurist. Harris. You're listening to next stick with us. I wanted to tell you about a new podcast I. think he will like it's called wild wild tack. It's filled with weird and interesting stories about technology and the surprising way it impacts of culture. For example, they have a story about why apple changed its products to make them look appealing in movies and how the US Army is recruiting. It's next generation. 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Checkout. wire-cutters back to school coverage and more at NY, TIMES DOT com slash, back to school. Mark says one way to understand how many Barrett might rule as a Supreme Court justice is to look at the groups that are endorsing her right now like the Susan B, Anthony List, which seeks to advance leaders who are opposed to abortion, and now she said to give are pro life country court deserves. After. All this waiting. Tell the Senate tell everyone confirm amy conybeare it. There's also the federalist. Society Barrett was speaking at their events just last month. She is a longtime member of the Federalist Society. She has taken money from the federal society to travel around the country and give speeches. She is very much an entrenched part of the Federalist Society Culture and You know when we're talking about the federalist society, we're talking about this conservative network of attorneys. Begins in law school, but they're really everywhere and they sort of lift each other up into positions of power right and this was all created by a guy named Leonard Leo who was for a very long time the head of the federalist? Society he hand. The five conservatives who are on the court today and even though he has theoretically left, the group everyone seems to agree every rational person seems to agree that he's still playing a role during this confirmation battle. I think the president and Amy Coney Barrett herself have done a really good job of introducing who this potential justice is. The introduced her as a mom and a religious woman with seven kids real soft focus, Ghazi lighting kind of introduction. But I'm hoping you can introduce Amy Coney Barrett as a jurist. She's a pretty new federal judge, and so we don't have a ton of opinions to lean on here I mean what we do know is that she clerked for Justice Scalia he was her mentor and she went on to teach at Notre Dame and she was very beloved professor there. But she also while she was at Notre Dame, she made it very clear her conservative bent. I believe that she was on a faculty group. That was that said it was pro-life and I think that she also. took. A stance on the ACA. So.
"barrett" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Corkborn was doing even know what matt's doing this appeared he's just dropped every once in a while like bowie's okay now is a new york yeah i don't know chris christie is new podcast where in the world is matt myra finding myra finding myra sam walker right i'm currently interning at eight hundred eighty eight a cultural center in old town orange where we publish award winning novellas and fantastic podcasts we are in the midst of our why we write roadshow the project highlights why we love to write instant inspirations behind it will be having guest speakers reading selected essays at each show two more roaches cooks chapel packing house in anaheim and wednesday may sixteenth and at our center eighteen eighty eight wednesday june twentieth tickets are designed dollars and you can find more info and get tickets at eighteen eighty eight dot center jason rights for more than twenty years i've wanted to write a story about lanta sinking into the ocean i finally did it it's a fantasy adventure called atlanta's kingdom come and it is how about how the civilization fell with a love story sprinkled in it was an absolute labor of love and people can search atlantis kingdom come on amazon or go to atlantis kingdom come dot com to find more this episode is malcolm barrett who i met at comecon last year and is an i absolutely adore him in preacher he's in preacher he's also on a show called timeless which is a really cool show sunday nights at ten pm on nbc and we just super bonded at comecon and our emotional and pop culture dna is so interwoven i could've talked to this guy for like four hours and stick around for the end of the podcast for a very special treat at the end which you may figure out as you listen to the podcast it's just a funny story at the end but malcolm barrett is amazing watch everything he does follow everything he does and this episode brought to you by mattress firm pay jona the actress are you struggling to sleep you know it demons inside my brain all the time and it makes my body uncomfortable well the fine folks at mattress firm wants to help you.
"barrett" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Jack on the data barrett show is the dana barrett show and it's almost like becoming a regular thing now steven cook comes in and hang out it's like you're like almost like a honorary co host your fun provocative i really am challenging i i love your show it is tuesday and south by southwest is not all tech it's also music and entertainment and lots of stuff going on there and of course it's been extra odd this year with the whole austin bombings that have been going on but nonetheless south by south west went on as usual with all kinds of amazing innovation and technology on display and lots of famous people around and so i i'm saying all this can you hear the jealousy in my voice stephen because i have yet to go we're gonna get you there next year choose at l house you need to be there i want to go one of these years the other one i really want to go to is the consumer electronics show in vegas one of these days shelf by shelf worse was better than i can explain why well first of all it's more diverse cas is everybody except apple any electronics business and it's so huge you can't see it all it's a cluster as you point blank my favorite four letters it's it's overwhelming it's basically selling you what's coming next and making you feel uncomfortable with the tv just bought six months ago you can read about it you don't need to go okay south by south west has the in my opinion the most concentrated collection of people that are working on what's coming next across film steve spill steven spielberg was there i call him steve because he's a friend of mine and we have the same first name elon musk was there.