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Senator Susan Collins wins reelection in Maine
"Maine. Republican susan collins has been elected to a fifth. Us senate term. defeating maine's democratic speaker. sarah gideon collins was thought to be vulnerable after she cast a deciding. Vote to confirm president. Trump's supreme court nominee brad kavanagh despite sexual assault allegations against
"Amy Coney Barrett is is talking to members of the Senate Judiciary Committee. She's not saying much One thing that's clear from her hearing is that Amy Perez, shifty Amy Kuney Barrett is smart amy. Barrett is smarter than Brett, Kavanagh like of the. Smarter. Than Bread Kavanagh her confirmation hearing significantly less irritating on its face is it's got less screaming in it but do you think that her being? More, pleasant. Than other. Nominee his I'm specifically talking about Brad. Kavanagh, has lulled into a false sense of complacency. No, I don't think. So I really don't I think that we all probably learn a little bit more because we listen because we're not being shouted out about shouted out about making beer and squeeze in some calendars. You know I, think that we in some ways. I can't tell you a ton. From my memory of like policy questions that Brett Cavanaugh answered right like we were really put off by his temperament and everything sort of fell from there. But with her I think that senators have asked very good questions of her I think she hasn't answered most of them I, that that tells us a lot you know. I. Think especially because she is you know for someone who says that? It's my job to not forecast or say how I would vote if I were on the Supreme Court but you know she tells us that she has told us a lot. She's a very Christian she's pro-life and she brings her kids everywhere and I say this because she's a woman but I don't understand why people bring their small children to confirmation hearings it no sense. Have you seen? Pictures from Antonin Scalia is confirmation hearing He brought his entire big family. There's something to me read like sort of hat tip to her mentor Antonin Scalia who she clerked for Oh interests during okay I. did not know that during his hearing. He had like I. Think he has nine kids or something like that, and they all were sitting there in the chambers and he was. Confirmed during a time where things were a lot less contentious I mean bork already happened but he was things were a lot less contentious when he was confirmed and so there was a lot of like it. It's super weird to revisit that now because there was a lot of like people on the committee complimenting his big family and it was it was very, very strange but I think one thing that you know her family life is pretty irrelevant to. Her capacity as as a judge and her being a nice lady doesn't really have anything to do with her capacity as a judge what I was disturbed by that like. These hearings always to me seem just like an exercise and gas lighting. We know what she thinks about Roe v Wade we know what she thinks about it it is. We know and so she spends. Days pretending that we don't know and that her views are somehow something that she's going to rule on without input from her like she signed onto a letter that was written on behalf of a group that believes in vitro fertilization is manslaughter. Anyone asked her about that I didn't not yet. Did they somebody did on Tuesday they asked her if she felt like that and she said that she just signed the letter her way out of church or something I. Did hear that part that's fucking nuts i. just I hate how were being gasoline here I I it here's my question for you. Do you think because you know there are a lot of people who think that Democrats should have boycotted the hearing to show what a sham it was. I don't know how I feel about that. What do you think? I don't know I feel like the the right thing to do is. I think the platonic ideal of a member of the Senate Judiciary for this has been amy, Klobuchar Amy Klobuchar who the good aiming the good amy as you know as as she was running for president, she wasn't somebody that I whose candidacy I was enthusiastic about She's somebody who falls to the right of me on many issues. But as a member of this committee, she's done a really good job of asking pointed questions that seemed to have simple answers but that Amy Coney Barrett the bad, amy. Has Been Dodging.
"brad kavanagh" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And this is our very special memorial day's show, Lionel how you doing. Real name. You know, the idea of the psychopath, the psychopath, associate bad and these are not people who necessarily killers. But even people who were unable to appreciate consequence and their wires, and their, their treacherous in may. Gayle Kim that they are. They do not their head and they're hard disconnected. Okay. Bill Clinton was. This wife does toward the force where they were giving tickets. For two dollars. For two dollars. They were giving people so tickets for Lazic add on the weekends. I mean, this, this is so pathetic. Don't they have enough money? But anyway, yes, Lou Dobbs, pointed out there multimillionaires with hundreds of millions and they're taken two dollars off of citizens. Because the Clinton foundation my be God knows how many billions, but anyway, so Bill Clinton, you would think somebody was there was a you know what I got away with. Perhaps, maybe you're divvy actually, and you should not be things, especially about sexual well peccadilloes in the like, well, he'll be on Clinton. Is it in Las Vegas, and he said that Brad Kavanagh this? Just I just for me that went Cavanaugh got what he deserved. What Christine blazey Ford remember that one that's the Democrats have forgotten rumor has it. She's going to be the news, CBS evening news. Like you say when you want to go to hide wages, protection you go there. So anyway. So he said, what Cavanaugh is getting his do now for those who don't remember when Clinton was investigated by, by Robert Fisk, later on Ken Starr came in and they pretty much came to the conclusion that the Vince Foster suicide was in fact, a suicide, but Kevin came along thirty. Years old, very aggressive bulldog. Republican said, you know, this is Ken Starr out, if we investigate this suicide, maybe looking what did there, perhaps could have been a murder, this will allow us to dig deeper? To extend is investigation, which ultimately led to the Monica Lewinsky case. Never forgot that. Okay. So we never forgot that. Now Clinton has been accused by women of everything from way to physical abuse predation, you name it off. Has been accused of something and I don't know what it is. Nobody ever said he didn't think nobody said that he actually touched him or hurt, but he would something so Clinton all these years later in just wide off into the sunset. He decides to bring up the fact in Las Vegas among what four or five people who were there, mostly the cleaning crew that cavenaugh got his do now only the psychopath. Only somebody who is unable to unable to appreciate consequence, only somebody who like Hillary says, I had the election dole in from me. Yeah. They disconnect that to me is simply amazing, absolutely amazing. And they do it with such certitude, and they do it was such a straight face that either people forget the actual facts history, but they truly believe what they're saying, but as a former prosecutor didn't you see criminals that were like that. They were so convincing because they actually believe they're nonsense. OJ Simpson, J Simpson actually believed over a period of time that he didn't do it, and there's also do something when there's a persecution complex where they feel like they're not going after me now it's personal, but in the history in the annals of, of, of serious, mental illness. The Clinton limit something which I have never seen that was also interesting to know, you know, for years, you know, they never lived together. They were never together. They were on the phone together. Maybe this Bill and Hillary while she was running. She never took his advice never listened to him never paid attention to him. And he was furious because he was telling her you've got to go out and you've got to campaign, and she would say to him things that you don't know what's going on your whole time. Anyway, obviously she lost. She still instead of going, and maybe perhaps burnishing her image reading to the blind doing something charitable something. They still cannot let go. And it to me again, this may not really impressive point people that much. But this is site. Compassi. This is something that you just don't see to an extent. Yeah. Politicians are self centered the different way of looking at life. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But this is an evil that you cannot even put in tour by humble. That's a good point. Those clinton. How did we get rid of them? I mean it's like that woman in Sunset Boulevard. They just never go away. One thing that has to be done, and please. You may have connections with the president has got to whatever happened to that Uber investigation owner that C one thirty that fluid a Little Rock and took all the boxes from the Clinton foundation. The Clinton foundation is the hotbed of corruption that is the target that is glowing. Oh, it's coming to inspector general report. So one is doing three or four weeks. And then the other one after that. The president has got to the number one issue for this election is going to be immigration, but it's also going to be southern border and the fact that we are being invaded by predators. Not people just trying to bring down wages. It is the sole issue. Now, I know the president was kind of knocked off a little bit by virtue of his Muller investigation. I understand that exactly what they wanted to do, and they're still doing it, but he has got to unleash a torrent of I believe the kids call it a Canada. What bad and these people coming, I hate to say, we're out of time, but everybody watched Lionel YouTube Lionel nation. Follow Lionel on Twitter, and all of that YouTube, Lionel nation. Lionel thanks for being with us. Thank you. It's finally Memorial Day. And we got a lot more coming up on the show right after the news on seven ten. W.
"brad kavanagh" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"So busy, he'll make your hips. It's Brian Kilmeade. Drank beer. The Triki ages. I noted eighteen so the seniors were legal senior year in high school people were legal to drink and we. Yeah, we drank beer, and I said sometimes sometimes we had too many beers. And sometimes other people had too many years. Drank beer, we like fear. We know about the beer, those surreal hearings were bred cavenaugh. He'll alternately obviously got through though, some people don't want to accept him with me right now in studio is Anna Palmer, if you've got the FOX nation app, you see Atta day one of her book or day to Jake Sherman wrote withers called the hill to die on the inside stories of politics. No, you can't get enough of. But Brad Kavanagh you think when McConnell shepherd that through how did it make him feel yet? So we sat down with Mitch McConnell, and it was very interesting because he talked a lot about how he knew that Brett Cavanaugh had to get confirmed. There was no kind of pause or hesitation he thought that Bazi four came off credible. He said, but he still thought that he she that he needed to get confirmed, and he said afterward he was a rockstar because Mitch McConnell's approval ratings have been in the tank for years as leader. And all of a sudden, he was the most popular figure in congress. Well, so anyway, it was and it did a lot for them relationship with the president. I think it was one of those moments where the president saw the steely reserve of Mitch McConnell, and that when he says he's going to do something he gets it done Ginsburg Guido has at eighty five years old just come have cancer surgery after an injury prior to that. What do you hear about what's going on in the supreme court? Yeah. I think there's a lot of focus on it. And when you think about Mitch McConnell, this is truly his legacy. He sees getting more conservatives on the judiciary, his lasting legacy and impact of on on America. He they are going to be very prepared for it. And I think if she has a health issue or if anybody else does there's other rumors at other retirements could happen. They will Republicans will try to push somebody through his fastest Steve squeeze and Kevin McCarthy seem like a fun friendly pushed to be the next speaker. What's the reality between them and the race for minority leadership now? Yeah, I think the book really details pretty pretty closely in a way that has never been reported on before the push. Poll dynamic between the two of them. And the fight that happened where Steve Scalise was very seriously considering before the election if he could challenge Kevin McCarthy for the speaker ship, the minority leader position. So one thing was told to me was we'll chemicals he tried to be speaker once and how'd that go? What's changed? I thought. Well, that's interesting. We detail in the book when Paul Ryan announced to the his conference that he was going to retire. There are several meetings that he had with leadership team where they were trying to figure out. Okay. Are we all on board and that all on board bed McCarthy's gonna move up squeezes going to move up? That's what's going to happen. And there was a lot of game playing that was happening. And I think there are a lot of people can't put said exactly what you just said. And said, oh, well, we'll see what McCarthy can do. And Leslie, the president states. You said he was curious when you sat down with him about you guys. Yeah. I have to say, I boast elected officials aren't asking a lot of questions about reporters. And he wanted to know we thought as much as we wanted to do what he thought it's so funny. The hill today. Diane go pick up the book, you won't regret it Jake Sherman. Anna Palmer best to look through this. And hope you enjoy the process moment. Attorney general William bars testifying today on Capitol Hill over budget matters. Correspondent Sunlen Serfaty says questions are not likely to stay on that topic Muller reports still private the attorney general goes before the public William bar begins two days of testimony before perforation subcommittees in the house and Senate..
Mississippi, Brad Kavanagh And Phil Bryant discussed on Brian Lehrer
"Mississippi governor, Phil Bryant has signed into law a Bill banning abortion as soon as a fetal heartbeat is detected. NPR Serra mccamman reports legal challenges are expected a less restrictive law banning abortions at fifteen weeks in Mississippi was already blocked by a federal judge in November and late last week. A federal judge in Kentucky. Temporarily blocked a similar law in that state that would ban abortions after a heartbeat is detected. But this is part of a larger push to pass restrictive abortion laws around the country and see what the US supreme court, which is now more conservative with Justice. Brad Kavanagh on the bench will allow to
John Roberts may be the new swing vote on the US Supreme Court
"You know, we were talking about John Roberts in how he doesn't seem to be turning out. His chief Justice of the United States Supreme court John Roberts. Yeah. That guy. He's lurched left hasn't. He has. And you don't want to be able to identify your supreme court justices that way. No, I think I think I know what's at work here though. Shannon bream on FOX did a report on this yesterday. And I'm listening to the report, and I'm thinking to myself, I have a little theory on this. I'll share the theory as soon as we hear this report on a range of hot button issues. John Roberts in recent weeks decided with his four more liberal colleagues, including a February vote to block enforcement of a restrictive Louisiana law on abortion clinic access just last week. He ruled four a death row inmate over his right leading colleagues objections. It's the latest sign. The sixty four year old Roberts is hitting the pause button on the expected conservative full court press ushered in by President Trump. After nominating justices. Neal Gorsuch, and Brad Kavanagh. This is an incremental est minimalist strategy, whatever you're hoping for or fearing, and whatever your your preferred area of law might be this court is not gonna move with giant steps. Since November the chiefs vote in separate pending appeals prove decisive a half dozen times on issues like immigration asylum and transgenders in the military while these votes do not yet go to the merits of the larger issues. They signal Roberts shaky place in the courts middle as the so-called swing Justice. And unofficial title. He inherited for now when Anthony Kennedy retired. See I think that's what he's doing is. I think he wants to be a first of all I think he's an anti Trumper never-trumper. So I think with Justice Kennedy stepping down. I think he sees himself is the rational reasonable person in the middle who can become that person that kind of holds that court from going way too conservative. I think that's where he's at mentally. And I think it has everything to do with President Trump. And his feelings about person and Trump and the two appointments to the person it's made to the supreme court. Well with Justice Ginsburg. In ill health for the most part and aging. There's also this. I mean, the fact of the left going crazy, maybe it's more of a stability thing. So we don't have to go through another dog and pony show. Like, we did with Justice Cavanaugh. I don't know. I just think that for whatever reason he's calmed down the Uber. Uber's now maybe on the left is a, hey, look just chill. I'm here. Okay. I'm going to keep things stable that may be that may be part of it. I mean, I don't know. I think you just seasons office new man in the
"brad kavanagh" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Hour from townhall dot com. Patrick fos. Raising the possibility that last week's congressional hearing with his former lawyer they played a role in the North Korea nuclear summit's collapse. The president left Vietnam without a deal. Sometimes you have to walk at the time blaming it on North Korea's insistence that all sanctions be dropped. He's now showing frustration over the collapse by blaming Democrats for holding a hearing while he was away with Michael Cohen who blasted him as a con, man. The president says the hearing may have contributed to the walk still he dispatched national security adviser John Bolton to Fox News Sunday and other shows to describe the summit as a success with Bolton saying the president showed. He's not desperate for a deal with North Korea. Not with anybody. If it's contrary to American national interest saga megani at the White House record decides not to hear a case about whether states can exclude religious buildings from getting public buddy for a storage preservation word, the justices declined Monday to hear a two thousand two case in which the freedom from religion foundation. Sued Morris county, New Jersey after officials created a historic preservation program and made religious institutions eligible for grants. New Jersey supreme court ruled the state's constitution barred the grants to religious institutions Justice. Brad Kavanagh wrote the Justice should address the issue, but not until more case law develops following a two thousand seventeen supreme court decision that Missouri church couldn't be excluded from its states playground resurfacing program, solely because it's a religious institution Cavanaugh was joined by Justice Samuel Alito injustice. Neal Gorsuch Rhonda rockstar reporting. Rescue crews using dogs and heat detecting drones have paused their work for the night, but our planet continue the search for victims at a rural Alabama.
"brad kavanagh" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Governor that may have back in Boston, by the way because it was two thousand four. Convention. Have sexually abused or raped her. You wanted to say it, according to this woman. Thank you and the Washington Post. Because it was one person. I checked it was one person ghetto Christine. Everybody. Right seen how they have different. Yeah. Yeah. The initial Brad Kavanagh story was just one person and the same thing with you know, they couldn't they claim. They didn't run the story on the Lieutenant governor of Virginia because they couldn't corroborate her story. The woman story, even though the woman told a story where she was sexually assaulted by Lieutenant governor or he wasn't Lieutenant governor time, obviously, he was this was back in two thousand and four. But I guess they were both working together. Something that's a convention, but. Yeah. There's no cooperation. And then Lieutenant governor put out a statement saying, oh, the post didn't run a story because there are inconsistencies with the story, blah, blah, blah, and the post actually said in the story. No. That wasn't true there weren't inconsistencies in her story. They just didn't run with it. Because they didn't have any corroborating witnesses, which is total bull. Because that's like as you mentioned. That's exactly what they did was Brad Kavanagh? So there's a total double standard there. Absolutely. And you know..
"brad kavanagh" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"To be here today. I should not have been attacked. I reported my attacks the police and the Hudson county prosecutor's office. My report went unheard. I reported my attacks the campaign transition committee and administration and it went on heard. I asked to report my attacks of the governor and first lady and my request one unheard, I. And no survivor should have to tell their story to the newspaper to be heard. Well, she's right, but she's only told the newspaper and select media outlets in our area. And that's it because the national media is signaling her much like the Washington Post completely ignored Dr Vanessa Tyson and her allegations against the Lieutenant governor of Virginia Justin Fairfax, you see a pattern here today. Kirstin gillibrand who was again, one of the people that said the Brad Kavanagh should not be a supreme court Justice because of the allegations made against him said, well, we have to wait till there's an investigation. And I don't really know if the governor Lieutenant is guilty or not same thing said by Kamla Harris, California, another cookie lefty wanted breath cavenaugh gone. Same thing there. Oh, we need an investigation. Please the hypocrisy is just amazing to me. It truly is amazing. But we can just pointed out and hopefully, let the word get out. Like, I said, you know, maybe if I actually said that if if Phil Murphy did not have presidential ambitions the media could not use that excuse. But governor Phil Murphy much like Lieutenant governor Virginia, they both have presidential ambitions belly most politicians do most governors. Do most senators do most congress people do they all have ambitions on the highest prize? It's not kid ourselves. But I literally had a reporter New Jersey a well respected one say, well, there's a difference between Chris Christie and the and the lane thing up in fort Lee, the George Washington Bridge, he had presidential ambitions. That's the excuse for not covering this allegation in new. Jersey. I don't know if the excuse from the Washington Post was for not covering the allegation in Virginia. But I do know this. They're both Democrats rising stars and democratic parties. So that zip it just zip it. I'd like to go to this call Mr. call screener angel Salazar calling from New York City. How are you, sir? Welcome to the marklevinshow out. My name's rich. Nice to meet you. Are you doing buddy? How you doing? Horseless yard is who I am. Famous movie star Scott fate. Well, listen, I'm a big fan of yours. Is that really you? Yes. Yes. She, you know from the movie coverage. Yes. I love it. I'm honored that you call tonight. Scarface is one of my absolute favorite movies, cool, man. Yes. Yeah. So how's it going? Have you been doing this show? What's the I've been filling in for the great one six o'clock tonight. But I have an afternoon show in Philadelphia on WBZ HD from three to six check it out loud. You you must have lot of friends because I've been calling for two hours in Lang's busy. Well, I didn't know who you were until Mr. Callscreener sad. Look, it's the famous angel Salazar from Scarface. So then I went right to you. I went right to you. Because you've got a great story to tell about Kuba. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Duty electrical elections were not Hillary Clinton was running against Donald Trump. I said to myself, I recruit becomes president. I assuming back to Cuba. Swim back. I love it. You know? I'm ki run. I wonder years ago in. This poverty is agreeable. So much Warwick team and people don't, you know, they get blackout on every day blackout on visiting the have to wait for some time of the day. Get water. I mean, I don't know how they can do about to go you people. They are some were happy. They were content. I don't get it. Because I can lead the way. I don't think he's looking you. And do you agree with me angel that the left loves Cuba? They love it. Right. Again that the left loves Cuba. They love the country. They love the leadership. They they just say love Cuba o-, of course, because they don't they don't know better. So when they come out and say, we're not looking for Cuban socialism or Venezuelan socialism, we want Swedish socialism, even though Swedish is not a Sweden is not a socialist country. What do you say to that? I well, I maybe. Front about three. Actually was very very I you say direct strong. You know, I mean. I don't know much about the food but in Cuba. You know, you can work hard all your life would get something. What what you own belong to the people? Right. And that is exactly what they want. Listen, my friend. It's an honor to talk to you keep up the great work angel Salazar. I'm gonna go watch Scarface tonight, while ate a cheeseburger and smoke a cigar in your honor, my friend. Okay. Bye. Okay. Thanks a lot. Thank you, buddy. Appreciate it. Great on the Mark Levin show. Eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one see the left pretends. Oh, we don't want Cuban socialism. We don't want Venezuelan socialism. We want socialism like they have in in in Sweden, and Switzerland and Norway that's a fraud, by the way, those countries are not socialist, they might have socialist programs. They're not socialist countries. Some of them are actually even more economically free than we are. And we're capitalists in some circumstances than we are. It's a lie. The left spews all the time something we have to set right here in the Mark Levin show with me rich Zoli don't go away..
"brad kavanagh" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Good morning. Joe you're on mornings on the mall. Republican got riding in the streets in the first. Lieutenant governor goes didn't they set the precedent with all wisely being treated the same way? That's right. Oh, can guess Mijo? In fact, the story here is much worse for Justin Fairfax than it was Brad Kavanagh because in this case. Gust in Fairfax agrees that the events occurred. He agrees that they were in that room together. He agrees that there was sexual conduct. What he doesn't agree on was that it was sexual assault. He says it was consensual. So that's the difference here because Brett cavenaugh straight up denied the whole deal. He said none of this ever happened. But just in Fairfax at I was with that woman. But we have a different interpretation of those events. And now she's coming after him and she's hired a high powered law firm to do it. And he in the end of this may not survive it, you know. And I think that's the difference between Justin Fairfax and Keith Ellison because she has hired a high powered law firm as he has as well who had both experienced in this via the Cavanaugh hearing. So they both have experience with this. That's why this may not go away as easily as the Keith Ellison accusations. The Democrats might actually have to deal with this. So it's going to be interesting to see what happens with governor, nor them and attorney general, Mark herring. Because. They've got hold onto one of those two in order to preserve power. And listen his accuser Vanessa Tyson is on the record listen to her bio, she's at Stanford. She's a fellow at Stanford. She's a scholar of policy formulation race, gender and social Justice and extensive background in both US and California politics. She spent years volunteering as an advocate for sexual violence awareness and prevention, this is a woman who is steeped in this particular area of the law, and our culture, and she's now accusing Justin Fairfax being guilty of sexual assault. With the backing of the very law firm that supported Christine Blasi Ford. This is going to be very tough for Justin. Fairfax survive going to be so much fun to watch though. And I know Vince, look at this your shot and Freud all over the place. We're going to send you to detox for Shotton fried. So much of it. We're gonna have to slowly wean you off of it. So who survives this? If anyone who do you think winds up being the governor of Virginia? Let's go to Robert in Clinton, Maryland, Robert good morning, you're on mornings on the Mohi. I love karma too. I think it's a wonderful thing. I think it's beautiful they accused everybody of being a racist or or teasing him of sexual assault. And now the Virginia voters have been played for suckers. But the other night. I mean, you wash them ladies out there all dressed in white all ever miss him. Was governor northern standing there? You would have thought that was really clan clan gathering. I'll tell you. I, you know, it's interesting that that the optics of that totally escaped the Democrats because usually the really good with this stuff. Like, usually, the Democrats are all over the optics of everything and I've seen that picture all those women in their weight, their weight dresses, and pantsuits and everything. Right next to everybody in white hoods at a KKK media says look democrat stressing the same for for decades. It's was not a good look if you put it together like that. And they didn't see it that way. And I get it that they did it said they were so visible on the floor that when they stood in unison when Nancy Pelosi put her hand up, and they all rose and she put her hand down. And they all sat, you know. Like the lector at church you up down. She had that she had that down perfectly. And they did it. It was amazing. Yep. They follow the later is they did. So who survives eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five. It is now eight forty three on WFAN. AL where it's all about the conversation. This is mornings on the mall..
"brad kavanagh" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"All right. So northern is basically in trouble because the standard for Democrats now is that if you want. Took a racist photo thirty five years ago. We are going to ask you also northern botched it, right? He ran on the I'm not a racist platform in two thousand sixteen against Ed Gillespie labeled Gillespie racist. And now it turns out that photo is out there. And so he sort of has to if you were to whole by his own standards. Go Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax was a member of the believe all women crew. And so we're many members of the Democratic Party and the media. Well, if that's the case, these are credible allegations, certainly far more credible than Christine blazey Ford who again doesn't even have an admission by Brad Kavanagh that he had sex with her in this particular case just in. Fairfax says I had sex with the lady it's just was consensual. It wasn't a sexual assault. And then she provides an account that's credible. So by Democrats standards, he should go. And then the attorney general he should be able to say, listen when I was young and stupid. I was young and stupid, and I did a young and stupid thing. But unfortunately, he already said the Ralph northern should resign on the basis of his racist photo. So that puts the screws to him it means that if he were to abide by his own standard. He would go as well. This means all three are likely to survive all three of these people are going to survive. And the reason all three are going to survive is because the person who is next in line is the speaker of the house of delegates in Virginia who happens to be a Republican demonstrating once and finally that it is all very well and good to be principled out of convenience. It's easy to get rid of Al Franken when he's going to be replaced by a democrat. It is easy to get rid of Eric Schneiderman in New York when he's going to be replaced by democrat. It was even easy to get rid of the governor of Virginia when he was going to be replaced by democrat, but principal comes to a screeching halt the minute that somebody on the other side of the aisle is set to take that position. In fact, the only case that I know of where a full-on seat was sacrificed out of principle was ROY Moore not winning his Senate seat. Alabama were a democrat won that Senate seat because Republicans stayed home in a second and talk a little bit more about how all of the standards that have been set up our political standards of convenience. And also, I wanna talk about some differences. I see between governor northern behavior and the behavior of the attorney general in in Virginia as well first. Let's talk about. Are you dealing with the IRS? So maybe I arrest issues last year. Well, you don't want them to drag all the way through this year as well. Consider it.
"brad kavanagh" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Again, that is Tommy John dot com. All right. So northern is basically in trouble because the standard for Democrats now is that if you want took a racist photo thirty five years ago, we are going to oust you also northern botched it, right? He ran on the I'm not a racist platform into. Two thousand sixteen against Ed Gillespie and labeled Glaspie racist. And now it's out that photos out there. And so he sort of has to if you were a whole buys on standards. Go Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax was a member of the believe all women crew. And so were many members of the Democratic Party and the media. Well, if that's the case that these are credible allegations, certainly far more credible than Christine blazey Ford who again doesn't even have an admission by Brad Kavanagh that he had sex with her in this particular case just in. Fairfax says I had sex with the lady it just was consensual. It wasn't a sexual assault. And then she provides an account that's credible. So by Democrats on standards, he should go. And then the attorney general he should be able to say, listen when I was young and stupid was stupid, and I did a young and stupid thing. But unfortunately, he already said the Ralph northern should resign on the basis of his racist photo. So that puts the screws to him it means that if he were to abide by his own standard. He would go as well. This means that all three are likely to survive all three of these people are going to survive. And the reason all three are going to survive is because the person who is next in line is the speaker of the house of delegates in Virginia who happens to be a Republican. Demonstrating once and finally that it is all very well and good to be principled out of convenience. It's easy to get rid of Al Franken when he's going to be replaced by democrat. It is easy to get rid of Eric Schneiderman in New York when he's going to be replaced by a democrat. It was even easy to get rid of the governor of Virginia when he was going to be replaced by a democrat. But principal comes to a screeching halt the minute that somebody on the other side of the aisle is set to take that position. In fact, the only case that I know of where a full-on seat was sacrificed out of principle was ROY Moore, not winning his Senate seat in Alabama were democrat won that Senate seat because Republicans stayed home in a second own and talk a little bit more about how all of the standards that had been set up our political standards of convenience. And also I want to talk about some difference. I see between governor northern behavior and the behavior of the attorney general in in Virginia as well first. Let's talk about you dealing with the IRS. So maybe had IRS issues last year. Well, you don't want them to drag all the way through this year as well..
"brad kavanagh" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Completely false as was indicated in our statement. And if you read through the store, you'll see it's complete uncorroborated on the fact that they would run a story on an uncorroborated allegation off from now fifteen years ago tells you exactly what this smear is all about wait a minute. The fact that they would run a story from an uncorroborated. That they would run an uncorroborated story from fifteen years ago. Where have we heard that before? Oh, that's right. Remember the woman who claimed that Brad Kavanagh had raped her not fifteen years ago. Over thirty years ago. But the fact that it was uncorroborated didn't matter. Remember because we have to believe all women. They're the victim. We have to assume they're telling the truth because if they are telling the truth, and there are a victim. So now, we have to just assume they're a victim. And if you don't believe the victims, you don't believe women, and we can't let this rapist Brett Cavanaugh on the supreme court. Even though the woman's own family said she wasn't telling the truth her own friends says she wasn't telling the truth. But then we had another one that came forward. Remember, and she now we have two stories. So we gotta run with this story. Even though there's not a single other person to corroborate it. Remember? Even though she reached out and asked for other people to come forward and supporter and admitted that she wasn't sure that he'd done it. She wasn't even sure if he was the one. And they ran with that story. Remember, and then there was one of my clever naughty had and he's real trustworthy. Right. That was before his former girlfriend said that he'd beaten the snot out of her and that was before he had to appear in court for not having paid his rent for the last year. And that was you know, he kind of had some problems. He stormy Daniels. Lawyer even sit stormy Daniels. I'm going to sue him for the things he did. So, but that's okay. Because it was important that we smear judge Cavagnaud. Remember, we didn't need corroboration so back to Justin. Fairfax the t the democrat Lieutenant governor validation.
"brad kavanagh" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"And yet the postal investigator for three months drop, a story did not do it. And they did not do it because it's on corroborated cooperated with true. All righty. So good stuff happening over there. So what I love most about this is that if you took those words, you put them in the mouth of Brad Kavanagh had them say it in front of the Senate and everybody on the democratic side said this was evidence of his guilt. Also, remember that slogan. Believe all women remember that during cavenaugh hearings. And then it turns out that like, Julie, sweat, Nick the lady who accused Cavanaugh gang rape. We didn't believe her, but we're supposed to believe Christine blazey Ford because believe all women, but only some women like the women that we want to believe politically. And now, it's the same thing. I believe all women except for this one right here accusing this guy of raping her. Now, what's hilarious about all of this is that the allegation against in? Fairfax is significantly more plausible in the allegation against Brad Kavanagh, again, nobody even remembers Brad on Christine blazey Ford being at parties together. But this guy this tenant governor in Fairfax is openly admitting that he had sex with the woman accusing him of sexual assault. So isn't that a pretty good place to start with the serious questions? Apparently, not apparently were supposed to ignore that. Also, you gotta love the Lieutenant governor accusing the sitting governor of dumping. All his oppa want him pretty spectacular stuff. I mean like, wow. Good job everyone. I think we've done well with our politics here in the United States. Everything is fine. Nothing to see everything is fine. Meanwhile, I have a couple of pieces of news on upcoming college speeches, which again make national news mostly because half of these colleges want. So a piece of goodness and a piece of bad news. So I'll give you the good news. I the piece of good news from Spokane Washington. So as you recall, just a few months ago, Gonzaga university announced that they would not allow me to speak on campus for some odd reason. Apparently, I was not in keeping with the values of the university. Which again is a weird thing since Gonzaga is a Jesuit school. And last I checked I'm pretty close to Jesuit and a lot of my social values. So in any case they have now rescinded that. This is according to a wide dot com in response to university event policy appeal in saga president they McCullough will permit me to speak at the university in October two thousand eighteen that Gonzaga University College Republicans a student organization submitted a proposal to bring me to speak at Gonzaga was going to be spring two thousand nineteen. The proposal was reviewed by the VP for student development in accordance with the university of an policy and was ultimately rejected the VP of student development. African furloughs college, including those in campus security and public safety rejected the request they cited safety concerns with the proposed venues they were saying that they couldn't keep me safe from their own students or some of their students say from other students as well as concerns related to my appearance at some other institutions such as verbal and physical altercations between protesting individuals and groups once again important to note, my supporters have never initiated one iota of violence at any of my speeches. It has always been members vans. He or opposing protesters who've made trouble these instances raised concerns that my presence at Atkins saga would contribute to the creation of a hostile environment. For members of the community who maybe targeted for discrimination and harassment. What's again, they have yet to provide one shrink single shred or I iota of evidence that my followers have engaged in violence against any member of a minority group. The college Republicans appealed the decision to the president the decision to the president in a letter sent in December the appeal was reviewed in early January and McCall said, I appreciate that the students work through the university's appeals process as set forth in the events policy to address issues regarding. Sixty and campus security as well as engaged in discussion about the focus of the events has a comprehensive faith-based and mission central university. We are committed to facilitating exposure to a broad range of intellectual ideas and debate even as we simultaneously strive to uphold the values reflected in our mission statement this process is reflective of our efforts to do both. So the final decision permits the college Republicans to invite me under certain conditions. So they say that they have to have the event at the McCarthy athletic center, and that place has been specifically requested, I guess, and they have a set of protocols that have to be there have to be set forth. And obviously, they add that the university doesn't endorse my views, which of course, it's revolve universities, not a single university endorses my views because it's not the Shapiro university. It's it's, you know, the university that I'm speaking. So that's the news. The good news is that can saga has now rescinded their ban on me, which is good public pressure. Worked out here. Okay. Meanwhile, there's another Christian university that continues to this one would be Grand Canyon university. And look at me. I'm not that scary. I'm not that intimidating at all. I come to share a little joy to bring a little bit of light into the humdrum lives of these students. That's all I want is to have a nice discussion where we talk about the issues and Shabbir about the events of the day and have a nice Q and A and back and forth where we all feel good at the end a little after a little tears. You know, a little a little some smiles some frowns, and that's all we want. We'll entertainment is that so much to ask. Apparently, it is the Grand Canyon university where they've announced a decision to cancel a speaking engagement by me that had been scheduled by one of the student clubs now a couple of things that are weird about this cancellation weird thing number one a couple of our other daily wire hosts have already spoken at Grand Canyon university. So Michael Knowles and Andrew klavan have both spoken at Grand Canyon university. Now, I don't know what distinguishes their view so radically from really like we're pretty much on the same political page, generally. There's that I'm not sure that that Michael Knowles in particular is less offensive to people if sell that just demonstrates they have poor taste because he's an offensive humor offends me on every level. But with all that said Grand Canyon decided that I could no longer speak their, and they issued a giant long statement in which they quoted the gospels which has always weird. I remember that part where Jesus and also don't let the Jew talk that that was my favorite part of the gospels. So here's what you said. Let's weird about this. By the way, is the juicy you I'm like a lot of the other purportedly Christian universities actually tries to abide by local values. General rule will actually talk about Judeo Christian values and intrudes in eternal truths. And institutions and yet still they tried to move to demanding. So here's what they say. Today. We wanted to take a moment to Grand Canyon university's decision to cancel a speaking engagement on campus by Ben Shapiro that had been scheduled by one of our student clubs. We believe in many of the things that Ben Shapiro speaks about stands for including his support for ideals that grow out of traditional Judeo Christian values and his belief in a free market economy. Our decision to cancel Shapiro. Speaking engagement is not a reflection of his ideologies or the values he represents. But rather desire to focus on opportunities that bring people together which again is weird. Like, they didn't say we're not gonna have knows and Cleveland state university because we have to have a soup kitchen here that night. So I guess that. That's the case that they are making. Then they go into a very long explanation about their history. And the culture that's been created on campus. None of which I object to by the way, they talk about their diverse student body, which is twenty eight percents. Hispanic seven percent African American forty seven percent, people of color, and representing all socioeconomic sectors of America. All right. So the good. That's why would I possibly object to that? And then they talk about how we live very divided America is what you see says today, we live in a very divided America. The current high volume of Frederick has not led to community building problem solving Grand Canyon university rather than engage in this type of rhetoric hasn't said work to bring people together and build partnerships to renovate our inner city community. And they talk about all the good work that they've done on various campuses all over the state and how they've increased home values and their zip code and reduce crime in their neighborhood. Again, I don't know why I would object to any of those things. But then they say that it would be undermining that would somehow be undermining all of this to have me speak. I'll explain the second their their final conclusion on this nonsense. First. Let's talk about an uncomfortable. Fact, you're gonna plots I don't I don't want to be the one to break it to you. I'm not your doctor. But at some point in the. Future. You're gonna die. Like, we all are. I know dark thoughts here on Monday dark dark thoughts..
"brad kavanagh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Great great last day of January twenty eighty one. I mean, I am so happy to be with you this morning and very very simple region. I spent yesterday show telling you we were at a crisis point in federal judicial nominations, I explained to you that Donald Trump's biggest success in his first two years consisted in appointing two members of the United States Supreme court, which was about to be lost to the left when Mitch McConnell held it. Open for an entire year the seat of the unfortunately, dying, Anthony and Scalia, and so McConnell held it open. But then it became Trump's job to nominate someone and he nominated Neal Gorsuch and then. Anthony, Kennedy retired and Donald Trump nominated the Brad Kavanagh, which became the explosive hearings or the summer. All right. That's great. But what you know is there only nine supreme court justices below them are a hundred and seventy nine US court of appeals judges and below them are six hundred seventy seven district court judges. So if you think of the supreme court is the generals the US court of appeals or the kernels the US district courts are the field officers the majors colonels, and it's very important extremely important to get the same court, right? And the president dad, but you gotta get the appeals courts. Right. And for the first two years. He did he nominated thirty thirty out of one hundred and seventy nine judges every one of them terrific. They all got through and at the end of twenty eighteen nominated three people to go on to the United States court of appeals for the ninth circuit, which covers California, Washington, Oregon, Arizona. And Hawaii and other western states. It's a giant circuit. And it's the hard left circuit. It's the circuit. That always reverses the president the circuit that use revert Pete Wilson, it is the circuit that routinely gets it wrong. And the only way to change it is to put every single vacancy to input into every single vacancy, a solid an absolute five-star conservative and the president nominated three of those last year. Kenneth lee. Patrick and Daniel Collins and along with fifty one other nominees those three people were stranded because of Jeff flake because of the flaky flake who did not who blocked them at the end because he was mad about something or other and very selfish, but they had to be renominated fifty one and fifty four judges were renominated by the president earlier this year, but not those three and yesterday, the Wall Street Journal redneck aditorial, and I spent my whole show, I talked to Senator David Purdue of Georgia, and I talked to Senator John Cornyn of Texas. And I got both of them to agree to call the president and say what is going on? This is a disaster because the journal reported that the new White House counsel, Pat, Cipolloni, rightly or wrongly that's what they reported was negotiating with Dianne Feinstein and Kamla Harris over who to replace those three judges with and yeah, I went ballistic. I wasn't the only I went ballistic. I went ballistic and lo and behold, I tweeted about it all day, we talked about it all day. We got Cornyn promised tweeted out and posted Bhagat produced promised. Tweeted out and posted people rallied people Kim strassel, the Wall Street Journal who I think may have written the original editorial. She kept pushing the pressure on we had legal insurrection great blog out there. Putting the pressure on a lot of people putting the pressure on powerline blog and late last night. President Trump announced that he is nominating. Daniel Collins, Kenneth Lee, and Dan brash to the ninth circuit. They're all great conservative. So two out of the original pre. Plush, Dan brass who by the way is a Justice Scalia clerk, he's a partner at Kirkland analysis in any terrific, terrific, lawyer three great point need what happened to Patrick boom. Patrick, boomer says scares the Democrats, the most is a Filipino American. He's a gay American and he's a drug prosecutor, and he's a federal society guy. The White House did a very shrewd thing because that's the one that was driving comma Harrison Dianne Feinstein, very crazy like way back in the old days Miguel. Estrada drove them crazy. They took Patrick Bouma Tei, and they nominate him for the US district court. Remember, I told you there nine supreme court Justice a hundred and seventy nine circuit court Justice and six hundred and seventy seven district court judges, well, boomer had been nominated for one of the one seventy nine now he's nominated for one of the six seventy seven and there's a trick here. Because the blue slip exists within the Senate. That means that if the United States Senator from a state doesn't like an appointee from the state, they don't return their blue slip and typically that's enough to delay it and that has been done away with for circuit court judges. Thank you Charles Grassley. Thank you, Lindsey Graham, especially thank you, Mitch McConnell. And now the nomination of Patrick makes me think that. That the United States Senate judiciary committee, led by Lindsey Graham is going to burn the blue slip for district court judges at least district court judge is being blocked by Dianne Feinstein, and by Kamla Harris after what they did to Brett cabinet. So the put a bow on it. A great thing a great day a great effort by President Trump, and he responded quickly did it last night after a day of criticism? And as I said in yesterday's broadcast. I don't think he knew about this president sign off on the list of nominees after their White House counsel says they're good after their attorney general says they're good, and this has gotten all bollocks and the president walked any said get it done get it straightened out get it nominated the right way. And we liked Daniel calls. We like Kenneth Lay. We liked and breast and I'm hoping Lindsey Graham puts them up. I I'll come back to that. After the break. Let me tell you. It is cold cold cold. And I know that the extreme cold spread across the midwest. The polar vortex has now killed as many as six people temperatures are low and getting lower lake effect. Snow is now pummeling New York City. I mean, it should be New York state. And I'm here to tell you that my new it. I don't know if you're getting and I got a brand new affiliate W G G O. The patriot one hundred point five FM. I'm in fifteen ninety am in Monica, New York. Welcome aboard. We've been picking up Pennsylvania New York affiliates left. And right is the Hugh Hewitt Show grows, and grows and grows. But WGN the patriot one hundred point five FM in fifteen ninety AM and sell a Monica welcome. You have found the voice of sweet reason, right. You have found the place to be you have found the place to go. Now, I have to play for you and get your reactions to this Alexandria Okaz. Yo Cortez was on with joy, brianna joy gray s today. And she said this, and I'm just kind of stunned by AO AFC said this cut number thirteen and like that is the majority of of a lot of communities how a lot of communities feel and it's because if you haven't had a transition in your life where you know, you were maybe born poor or born without certain privileges. And then especially as you transition into having certain privileges in your life. You actually, see and feel and sense and taste and smell all of the differences. If you've never experienced different treatment in your life. You wouldn't know what different treatment feels like our looks like, and it's really really hard. I mean, it's like. And we can all almost every single person in this country can acknowledge some privilege of some of some type, I'm assis- gendered woman. I will never know the trauma of feeling like I'm not born in the right body. And that that is a privilege that I have no matter how poor my family was when I was born. But it's really hard for some people to admit that they. You know, it's part of this weird. American dream mythology that we have that for a lot of a lot of circumstances isn't as true or isn't as clearly communicated as we'd like for it to be. I want to do is ask you to call me about that this weird American mythology we have and for the benefit of the Pittsburgh Steelers fan's six gendered is simply normal. Right. So I admit my normal woman privilege that your standard-issue woman out there. That's what she's saying. She sank. She's not. Lesbian queer transgendered whatever the LGBTQ. She's not of those choices. She just an an ordinary twenty nine year old. And by the way, brilliant, smart, very telegenic. Very charismatic twenty nine year old and a member of the house representatives. But she says her sis- gendered, white privilege is part of the whole weird mythology. The American dream and extends that to suggest that you really aren't living unless you're living transitions from one world to another. And I'm here to tell you every human being on the planet goes through transition from one world to another. If you look around at anyone who's poor. Of course, they're trying they they've got a very difficult circumstance with which I do not identify if I look around, and I see someone who has got some sort of mental or physical handicap, I don't have that. But I also know in my own passed. I'm sitting here at sixty two years old married for thirty eight years. I'm sitting here with three children and two grandchildren and two coastal job at three different jobs. But I know that my great grandfather got an a boat from Saint field alster and flew away from Ulster across the United States planned in here in eighteen sixty eight Doug Cole got up to ask Bela and got a farm going and that on the other side, my mom's grandfather was running a hotel and her father was a fireman. My grandfather, and.
"brad kavanagh" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Meeting and surpassing all audience expectations, everyday, let me ask anybody site time. You remember a time when the Democrats ever engaged in horse trading to get their judicial nominees when there was a democrat president in the White House ever called Mitch McConnell. Hey, Mitch we want to consult with you on judges. Ever happen. Mitch McConnell, whatever demand it. That's the thing. Mitch McConnell would never demand to be consulted on a democrat our attitude. I was thinking about this this last night. I don't know why our attitude when we lose the presidency and the Democrats Clinton or Obama start picking judges, you go to any Republican Senator on the judiciary committee, and they're going to vote for the guy barring some revelation that these. Axe murderer and our people. Our Republican senators will say I've heard Lindsey Graham it I say it. I've heard McConnell say they all's well, president won the election, and he gets his choice. That's how our system works. No. It doesn't work that way. When the Democrats lose the presidency. We don't get our choices. Go talk to Brad Kavanagh about that. But we play it that way we make a big deal, the president won the election and Democrats they get their nominees. We say that thinking that these hate-filled democrat base voters are going to see what those Republicans aren't that bad. Maybe maybe they aren't these racist, sexist, homophobic. But we've that's why they do it. And this is exactly the kind of thinking we get out of the never Trumpers other never-trumpers operate precisely. So that the people in the media on the left will respect them and not think of the never Trumper conservative intellectuals as being a member of the talk radio eight lead. And so we never oppose. They win the election. They get to do whatever they want. That's our system. And then they lose the election. And it is though that didn't happen. When we win the presidency. Their objective is to obstruct every which is what politics is. I don't blame them for that. That's the whole point. It's our fight for power. It's ongoing. It never ends. It's just an hour side gamers and never engages in it, particularly when we lose. But even when we win I'll never forget when we have the Senate by one vote. And one of our senators decided to become an independent so that there would be a balance of power. He's shown people that we were not the Jim Jeffords era. We just we have a. I think it's no more complicated than we just don't have people know how to win we have people afraid of success afraid of winning because of the responsibility that it might entail. Or maybe other nefarious reasons as as well, the I just I don't remember Democrats. Ever asking. Republicans to consult in the selection of judges. Now, we do have our moments Obama pick, Merrick garland when his last year of his presidency and Mitch McConnell told him to go pound sand. But that was only because of Biden rule the Democrats have established that presidents don't get to nominate supreme court picks. In the last year there presidency because an election is upcoming the American people not might not approve so forth. And that was a democrat rule that put that in motion. Go to the audio soundbites just to show you what we're up against here. We have lifetime record breaking cold because of a polar vortex. The upper midwest. There is no question. We have record breaking called. I'm gonna tell you. I think we've been sunspot activity. That's been declining. We've been reporting on this for the last eight years. Democrats media leftist do not allow any discussion of the sun whenever there is a discussion on climate change. They say the sun is irrelevant. So the earth's climate can't talk about it. But some of this the lack of warming is not surprising to people who are truly scientific instead of this stuff. But this is this what the American people here, I have for you hear a sound bite from host beyond Gola diga. On CBS this morning. She's talking WCBS eyeball to chief weather caster Lonnie Quinn about Trump's tweet that talked about the cold temperatures in the mid west at tweet that I pointed out yesterday that was great Trump basically asked for climate change global warming to make a fast return because of how cold it is out there. So these doom cops here are discussing lifetime record called in the upper northeast. That's really frustrating. Reading a tweet like that from the president of the United States because it's really is the definition of global warming and climate change. Right. It is freezing. Here. It is scorching hot in Australia. Betcha you cannot negate global warming because of this event right now NASA plot every single year, they plotted the average temperatures. Okay, back that grabbing for you right there. And by going from all the data from eight hundred eighty four today is that line up is the earth getting warmer, or is it going down getting colder? See here's this is this points of huge problem. This is Lonnie Quinn. He's chief letter caster whatever that is at WCBS TV eyeball to news in New York. And he doesn't know that NASA has been called out for cooking the books on temperature data, and you may not ever even though I've told you NASA has been caught red handed cooking temperature books and showing warming didn't happen since eighteen eighty four. I doubt that anything. Lonnie quinn. Reads will have reported that I doubt that any TV that Lonnie Quinn watches will ever have reported that. But a lot of scientists have pointed out. We've we've that Email record we had from East Anglia university in the UK where they admitted to doctoring the heat record. And hoping that they didn't get these emails were leaked by somebody at East Anglia who was aghast at what was being done to science. So you just heard her say this cold is exactly what global warming is. Isn't it Lonny? Exactly, right. Record-breaking lifetime coal rubes local warming. And this is what brain dead left-wing Americans retreated to doesn't have to be CBS can be CNN. The MSNBC any local. News organization is going to report this same gobbly Gook. And they don't even they're not even afraid of the charge of hypocrisy. So they take call. But do you know that it is hot this time of year every year in Australia? Every year they have seemingly scorching hot summers. And it's always in January that's summertime in Australia. There's nothing unusual about it. So we've got lifetime record breaking cold in the upper midwest. But because it's summer in Australia proof that it's all global warming. I'm still struggling with how to overcome stupidity. That doesn't know itself is one thing if you're talking to some stupid person knows her stupid, you have a chance with them. But if you're talking to stupid, any answer don't know that they're stupid idiot. You're talking ignoramuses at don't know, they're ignorant, if you're talking to stupid people who think they are intellectual brilliant. You have an almost impossible task. Here is ABC is good Morning America. The chief national correspondent Tom yomas reporting about the cold weather in the mid west. This.
"brad kavanagh" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I shouldn't put Elena Kagan into that category. Some Atlantic Kagan. I find interesting she's been there have been some surprising results from her. And I'm curious if if maybe even though she was probably the least known when a. You know, nominated by Barack Obama if there's something if there's something. Interesting about her judicial philosophy something, I gotta dig into a little bit more, but the rage society. Says that you cannot simply disagree. You have to destroy your enemy. They tried to destroy. Brad Kavanagh they were unsuccessful. So now, they're going to go back to it until they finish the job most hit-men most mafiosos, I should say at least at the common decency that if they miss they say, all right? I guess he can stick around. Not these Democrats these people. Go after them until you destroy them. That's what we're seeing part of the raid society. We're gonna keep exposing it in places an areas and discussing it because it's important how we act within it. How we deal with it. How we engage response not just wear and not just with whom. But how it's all going to matter a great deal. I don't know if you could stop the people who are having this this moment of rage from stopping the moment of rage. I think that you can however for people looking in from the sideline saying what the hell is going on here. You might be able to attract them to your side. And you only need to do that for the election. I'll be talking about this. I'm Tony cats. Wing. Traffic's.
"brad kavanagh" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"The the information that was just released by whatever that moves. It's just sad. It's just sad. And that I I'm still waiting. I'm wondering with ABC news, George Stephanopoulos, inviting this young man and the other people to come in. And and and say, you know, this is what was happening, and they won't do it. And you made a great point. Why it's because they had great make America. Great hats again. Well, I look at this kid is, you know, what the irony of it is is that all you see around signs detailing how much of a horrible human being Donald Trump is. And that love trumps hate, maybe they should heed their own the base. Well, I'll say two things on that Bill. And I appreciate the call one is I don't know that Phillips did do the right thing that we gotta talk about that a little bit. He may have thought he was doing the right thing. But what should he have done their my advice that people generally just stay out of it? But he decided to get involved in it didn't go. Well. Is what I would say number one number two. You mentioned cavenaugh. They didn't get what they wanted in the cavenaugh hearing. And then they were projecting that onto these Covington Catholic kids, I don't think that's even in dispute. Do you think that's exactly what happened here is they saw these kids, and they saw Brad Kavanagh and all the anger that they brought to the cavenaugh hearings. They were bringing on these kids, but they didn't know the facts going into it. They just assume that's what happened. And you know, what happens when you.
"brad kavanagh" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It ends with the women's March because I really believe that the women's March is the culmination of the suffrage movement that it's really everything that these women actually imagined as of you move forward like five pages this picture that Myra calm, and does is so striking because you see this pink wave of marchers. But she leaves all the signs blank. And so when I'm in a room full of kids, I say, what would your sign say? And so I go around the room, and I put the microphone in front of a lot of little girls and boys. And let them speak and stand up and say what their sign would say. And it's such a magical moment because of these kids they have really strong views about everything clean air, clean water animals rights. Protect others help the war like they just have a belief about what this country is made of and what it should be standing for. And they want to stand up and say, so and it's been really inspiring. And I also have noticed quite a difference between the age of the children if they are. Kindergarten through fourth grade. Everybody's like this. They're just dying to share their sign between fifth grade. And as grade silence, crickets, they do not want to share their side. And then when they get a little older as ninth tenth, and they're willing to give you a very very profound sign, but just the nature of the nature of how girls mature girlhood, bravado it fades? And so one of the reasons why I think this book is so important for all ages, particularly all young women and voiced for the honest is I want them to retain that their voice matters that their view of the world is important. And that they have to understand that if they don't speak out. Maybe no one will. And if they don't carry the torch the next mile that it might not be carried. And so that's why this book has been so much fun to talk about because these young kids are just so inspiring because they have a lot to say. So this is a slightly different message than the book you wrote for years. Ago, which was more about your own life and career and sort of encouraging women to get involved, and you talked about your worry at the time that the women's movement had stalled, and of course, since then I mean twenty four team seems like a lifetime ago and a lot of ways politically, but you know, we have a president who's been accused of sexual assault by numerous women. We saw Brad Kavanagh get confirmed on the supreme court after allegations against him. We also saw the women's March happened the metoo movement. I guess my question is like where do you see what's the status of feminism in your eyes because it seems like there's been as many like good things happening around it as bad things potentially. Well, I've really I believe we've seen the rebirth of the women's movement. And it's exciting. I never ever would have imagined that it would have taken the election of a president who just doesn't share any of our values and doesn't value women to inspire that rage and inspire that dedication to being heard the women's March was surly one of the most profound political experience in my life. Because I saw women men children March all across the globe to be heard on a level to degree. I would have never imagined. When I found it off the sidelines. I thought who's gonna care why why won't women run? It was when I founded that group it's just a call to action. But it was the first year the percentage of women in congress with down. And I could have never imagined that this year we'd have one hundred and twenty women run for congress and win. And.
"brad kavanagh" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Shapiro show. A lot to get to this hour, the Trump White House. Apparently now looking at replacement for Ruth Bader Ginsburg, they'll talk about that in just a second. Plus, President Trump's ex-lawyer Michael Cohen is going to testify at the house oversight committee before he goes to prison. We'll get to that in just a second. I have to start with this breaking news, according to politico. The White House is now reaching out to political allies and conservative activist groups to prepare for an ailing Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, possible death or departure from the supreme court. Obviously, we're this to happen levels of lightness. Not yet reached would be attained the Irish began Ginsburg eighty-five Monday missed oral arguments at the court for the first time in twenty five years. The Justice was nominated to the court by President Bill Clinton in one thousand nine hundred three she announced in late December. She underwent a surgical procedure to remove cancerous growths from her lungs. The White House is apparently taking the temperature on possible. Shortlists candidates reaching out to key stakeholders and just making sure that people are informed on process. They're doing it very quietly, of course, because the opportunity but just to be prepared. So we aren't caught flat-footed. Now, there are a couple of reasons why the White House may be leaking this out to political one could be are seeking a distraction from the shutdown politics currently taking place last time, the Republican party was deeply unified is over breath. Cavanaugh the one area of politics that unifies all Republicans is the replacement of leftist judges with non leftist judges. And this could be that it could also be that the White House has some inside information on repair against Brazil. Remember that a year before Anthony Kennedy decided to leave the court. The White House is putting out feelers that Kennedy might be leaving the court. I was skeptical of it at the time. It turns out, of course, they did leave and his replacement Brad Kavanagh, according to politico Ginsburg, headed pulmonary, LA LA, LA, the supreme court said in a statement, her doctors Senate post-surgery there is no evidence of any remaining disease. She's also recovered from a lot of pass health scares her departure from the court would allow Trump to nominate a third supreme court Justice the most in one presidential term since President Reagan place three judges on the highest court during his second term right now. The. Nine-member court is currently divided five four between conservatives and liberals. That's if you count Roberts is one of the conservatives, which is doubtful. I think at best, but if Ginsburg were leave, and if this time from porta suggests somebody who is more right wing than break have no say, Amy Barrett. Well, then he levels of insanity would reach new heights. Remember, the Democrats tried to accuse the president's judicial nominee. Brad Kavanagh of gang rape in order to stop him from sitting on the nation's highest court. What do you think they will do to whoever replaces Ruth, Bader Ginsburg? Kennedy was the swing vote repeater Ginsburg.
"brad kavanagh" Discussed on Trumpcast
"Now, it was one of the it was the culmination of that and being willing to push someone through even with just hugely apparent character flaws. But Mitch McConnell was. Pushing for Brett cavenaugh every bit as hard as Donald Trump was. And there were only a few Republican senators that ever even wavered on him, and they didn't stick with Brett cavenaugh because of Donald Trump. Right. Stuck with Brett cavenaugh because he's a right wing. That's right. And that's what they wanna do. Right discussion Brad Kavanagh, and where Mitt Romney person might stand on questions of law. Not simply partisanship. You know, Brad Kavanagh not having a complete investigation when there were credible charges you could. And I know nobody is remotely immaculate like this. But Mitt Romney has made a point of having fewer flies on him than most partisans. A big part of what might build a path where Republicans can keep their dignity, keep their consistency. Keep their integrity and still turn on Trump. It's very hard and it should be face saving. You know on slow-burn the slate podcast about Watergate the first season of slow-burn how Republicans found their way to coming around against Nixon. They had to build as they say a narrative that saved face for them. One of the ways that that might be done for someone like Romney is this isn't partisanship this is crime. And that gets to the question of the department of Justice, which has been nonpartisan. And when you kick the tires of it often filled with Republicans Republicans are supposedly the law and order party and. You can't imagine someone saying we're for Republican platforms..
Supreme Court, Chief Justice John Roberts And Brad Kavanagh discussed on The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal
"Trump administration cannot enforce ban on asylum seekers who show up in a remote section of the southern border border, rather, that's according to the supreme court. It will be business as usual when it comes to asylum seekers at the border. The supreme court will not allow the Trump administration to enforce a ban on asylum for immigrants who illegally crossed the border in areas. Other than at ports of entry. Chief Justice John Roberts siding with four of the more liberal justices. Brad Kavanagh on three other conservative members of the court siding
Kavanaugh, Roberts join liberals to reject Planned Parenthood case
"At five o'clock, these supreme court with this new conservative majority has made a ruling liberals would like get stops effort by Kansas and Louisiana to strip Medicaid money from Planned Parenthood, the rejection of the cases by the court Marcus split of its conservative. Judges justices Clarence Thomas Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch voted to hear the case. Chief Justice, John Roberts and newcomer. Brad Kavanagh did not join them both states had sought to appeal lower court rulings. A block them from withholding money from Planned Parenthood for low income women opponents of abortion had said the organization should not receive government money. A Justice Thomas noted in his opinion at this case had nothing to do with abortion and questioned whether Robertson Kavanagh's decision was motivated
What's Going on With Michael Avenatti?
"A Los Angeles woman has obtained a restraining order against anti Trump attorney, Michael Manati, Michael naughty as awaiting a hearing on the restraining order, which is set for next month. Morelli an actress who appeared in oceans, eight father domestic. Restraining order on Monday in Los Angeles. But it's not clear if she's the same woman who accused of naughty of domestic violence last week avenue was formerly charged on Wednesday and has tweeted in response to that restraining order saying the claim is quote bogus and fabricated. Yeah. This is the same Michael ever Nadia said that women who levelled allegations against supreme court Justice. Brad Kavanagh
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized after fracturing 3 ribs
"For observation and treatment. The court said Ginsburg has broken ribs before and continued to work despite considerable pain. But doctors say that fractured ribs are always of considerable concern in an older person because of the danger of pneumonia Ginsburg is no stranger to illness, even serious illness. She's survived too serious bouts with cancer one. Colorectal the other pancreatic, but she is never missed an argument session on the bench. She was however missing today from the investiture ceremony for new Justice Brad Kavanagh at the supreme court, Nina totenberg, NPR news, Washington, fellow counting continues for three elections with very close results. Florida's governor and Senate race and the governor's race in Georgia. Where today Republican Brian camp resigned as secretary of state a day after declaring victory. His rival Stacey Abrams is refusing to concede and her campaign is demanding that state officials count every vote but Kemp says the
Google offers more secure email for journalists, politicians, activists ... and you?
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation when it comes to mobility, more and more businesses are turning to planet, m Michigan is home to the largest concentration of auto related engineers in the nation as well as various all road and all weather at Thomas testing centers to learn more head to planet, m dot com. Planet m Michigan where big ideas and mobility are born and by the block lend solutions conference curious about blockchain technology for business applications and more attend the block Lynn solutions conference December first through fourth at Cleveland's Huntington convention center, you'll learn from leaders who've successfully applied blockchain technology to the organization and how you can to learn more and register at block link Cleveland dot com slash podcast. Google built Email for politicians, but you have to trust Google from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. Email can be very vulnerable way to communicate especially if you're sending around valuable information because you're a politician or a journalist or an activist high profile Email users are targets for hackers trying to get them to click the wrong link and give up their passwords. Google actually offers a version of g mail with extra security, you need a physical USB key to log in and anyone can use it. But Google markets it to these high profile users Mark Risher is head of Google's account security team in creator of what's called the advanced protection program. What we realized was that while we do our utmost to protect everyone. There's some people that need really to turn it up to the max that whether they are activists or journalists or political figures the risk or the likelihood of an attack is particularly high. And so we built advanced protection. Yes. As the Fort Knox to give them Google strongest security offerings all in one place. I mean, I suppose that even. If you were let's say candidate who was enrolled in advanced protection. But you were emailing somebody who wasn't isn't the weakest link in any of your communication like the dumb person on the other end. I wouldn't say the dumb person because. Yeah. The the attackers are going after everyone, and they will look for wherever they can get through. And they have the advantage that they get to keep trying until they succeed. But you're right in your Prentice that communication is multi party. It's two way. And so if either side is compromised, and yes, there is vulnerability. Right. And I mean, I guess that raises the question should anybody. Use Email should sensitive information in this day and age be in Email at all it feels like a real question. But the challenge is we need to communicate to do our jobs. You know, if we were to go live in a cave and only pass handwritten notes back and forth. It would be unlikely. Someone would steal those handwritten notes, but we also would be going at such low bandwidth. We couldn't get our jobs done information sharing. And all of these communication tools are. Mendis-led valuable, for example, when we talk to political campaigns. They say, you know, think of a campaign as a startup that comes together just for a few months with just one objective. Every second counts they're going as fast as possible, and they need to be able to use the wide panoply of communication tools at their disposal. Mark pressure is head of Google account security team. So, but you know, people are still skeptical of Google, so we checked with an independent cybersecurity expert on whether even a higher security version of g mail is a good idea. Bruce Schneier said he personally doesn't use Google at all he said here in the US government can just subpoena your g mail and Google has to hand it over. But he said in countries with autocrat regimes that can't just ask Google for Email records, the program could be good protection from surveillance, Nigeria and Khazakstan Syria and east Neo Pia bunch of countries in the Arab states bunch of countries in Latin America, former Soviet republics all these cuts. Stories are using toviolence tools to spy on people for political purposes and people who are at risk of there. This is a great system. Schneider said even US citizens working in other countries with routine surveillance, should definitely secure their Email and now for some related links. Even though the FCC officially repealed net neutrality that wasn't enough for the Trump administration and the telecom industry, several broadband lobbying groups and AT and T had actually petitioned the supreme court to overturn 2016 ruling that up held net neutrality rules, that's constitutional and within the purview of the FCC telecoms and the administration wanted the supreme court to throw out that ruling altogether. So it could not be used as legal precedent down the road. But the high court said, no, although Justice, Brad Kavanagh and chief Justice John Roberts recused themselves. Both of them said they totally would have overruled the lower court if they had been there, though, another story you might have missed on a lighter note electric, scooter company bird launched its service in London sort of a law from eighteen thirty five has blocked the use of the scooters on Britain's streets, but the company can operate on private land with the. Owner's permission. So bird scooters are available on a one mile stretch of pathway in London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic park, the head of bird UK told Forbes, quote technology, always comes ahead of legislation considering Europe and the UK's attitude toward tech lately. Be might not wanna sing quite so loudly get it because bird. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. Shepherd from Lincoln Nebraska, and I listened to marketplace several times actually every day because it's got the economic news and developments that are important to me a donate to marketplace. So that it can be available to everyone and ask her hope you join me in this effort. Thanks to join shepherd as a marketplace investor donate online, marketplace dot org. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation our world is becoming more hands free. Thanks to planet end. 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Migrant caravan swells to 5,000, resumes advance toward US
"All the IP counted thirty eight people killed the first Dave elections will also marked by chaos biometric systems were confusing to us and some stations. Did it get ballots despite that over three million voters did turn up it will still take weeks for ficials to tally the votes? These elections are being closely watched as a dry run for a presidential race next year. Do you need NPR news Islamabad? And you're listening to NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm David I the lawyer for a man charged with threatening to kill US senators over Brad Kavanagh supreme court confirmation says his client has dementia, but it's not dangerous AP correspondent Juliet Walker reports Ronald Teresi is being held without bail. Prosecutors say the seventy four year old Long Island man left a series of choice mouse, threatening to US senators for supporting Kavanagh's confirmation. The lawmakers haven't been publicly identified Theresa's lawyer says his client's dementia has caused behavior problems and he's not in control of his faculties imposes no physical threat to anyone. But the assistant US attorney prosecuting the case says Teresi used a prepaid cell phone and fake name to mask his identity and says that shows a level of criminal intent. New Jersey voters in addition to deciding competitive Senate and house races will also decide the fate of five hundred million dollars in bonds intended for a host of school related initiatives. It's the only question on the ballot in New Jersey on November sixth and asks voters whether to approve the fifth five hundred million in new debt for school security county, colleges vocational, schools and water infrastructure numerous bridge and SRI closures in effect citywide until six o'clock today that is so bike m s can take the streets thousands of riders or biking along a traffic free thirty mile route around Manhattan, the race starts and finishes at pier. Ninety two and ninety four in Manhattan. There will be rolling street closures of the west side highway,
With Kavanaugh confirmed, impeachment could follow
"President Trump continuing to blast. Democrats and protesters for their opposition to supreme court Justice Brad Kavanagh NPR's Rasco has details with the latest from Trump on the campaign trail. Trump says Democrats will try to impeach cavenaugh if they take control of congress at a campaign. Stop in Iowa Trump said the fight against Cavanaugh will not end. Now, they've he on the bench from the very first minute bread Cavanaugh was nominated radical Democrats were in a mission to resist obstruct delay demolish and destroy. They want to destroy that MAC. The fight over. The cabinet nomination has become a rallying cry for Trump and Republican lawmakers ahead of the
Brett Kavanaugh hears first arguments as Supreme Court justice
"The supreme court is welcoming Brett Kavanagh for his first day on the bench. NPR's Carrie Johnson reports the high court heard arguments in two cases today chief Justice John Roberts says he wishes Brad Kavanagh along and happy career on this supreme court Kavanagh's already made his presence known. He asked more than ten questions during the oral arguments. He exchanged warm. Greetings with Justice Elena Kagan who wants hired him to teach at Harvard Law School in after about two hours. He shook kagins hand as he left the bench Kavanagh's wife, Ashley and his two daughters attended the morning arguments. So did retire Justice Anthony Kennedy whom cavenaugh replaced on the high court? Dozens of people protested outside the supreme court, citing sexual assault allegations cavenaugh has denied but
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"Surge could be huge when it hits on Wednesday to water will come miles on shore and could easily rise over the roofs of houses. Eight to twelve feet of storm surge is deadly. I cannot stress enough how deadly how dangerous storm surge will be supreme court Justice. Brad Kavanagh was sworn in again tonight at a ceremony at the White House after taking the oath cavenaugh promised to be impartial. I was not appointed to serve one party or one interests but to serve one nation. America's constitution and laws. Protect every person of every belief in every backgrounds. His confirmation is the end of a deeply contentious Senate process. AP digital news back in a moment. This is firefighter Raphael. Poor yet from firehouse subs. Introducing the new firehouse pub stakes up with savory stay crispy fried onions and
TV reporter fired for wearing MAGA hat at Trump rally
"A TV reporter who wore a make America. Great again hat to a Trump rally that he was covering has. Now been fired USA's. Chris Barnes reports James burner was a journalist for K t t C TV in Austin, Minnesota, and he wore that hat Thursday while covering President Trump's appearance in Rochester. Minnesota after a photo was shared by the Minnesota based newspaper Star Tribune Boehner was fired the next day. The KT see news director clarifying butter was only fired for wearing campaign gear while covering political event and not because of his personal politics. Meanwhile. After writing a Facebook post defending Brad Kavanagh who was accused of sexual assault, a news anchor named Chris long was suspended from k s q TV in Palm Springs and later resigned his position altogether
Trump apologizes to Kavanaugh for sexual misconduct allegations during confirmation
"With us one. A ceremonial swearing-in has been held at the White House this evening for new US supreme court Justice, Brad Kavanagh up. President Trump commended Cavanaugh and his wife and children wouldn't be half of our nation. I want to apologize. To bread and the entire cavenaugh family for the terrible pain and suffering. You have been forced to endure on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrial average gained forty points the and s&p five hundred closed down one. The NASDAQ lost fifty two points following sell. Awesome tech. I'm Ann Cates. I'm Doug
US, Brad Kavanagh and Rachel discussed on Bill Cunningham
"I'd rather get an advantage. Dr Clements come back. And yeah. Just one live on the air. Could you maybe expensive pair of tickets through the company and Ben just go heckle them? See what happened? I would not waste my voice on them Cordell. We need a Alan Cordell. Where's my practice? Logical exam. I'd rather get one of those live. What else is on the blog? Science has now proven that marijuana. Use long-term in teens has a negative impact on their brain later in life, especially with their ability to control their impulses, which suggests that teens that smoke a lot of weed are more likely to be drug addicts in the future. So there you go sake. Did you smoke any weed at Coleraine? Now. The only ones I saw were in my yard. Now that guy did do a little bit. That guy is that guy is for we'd he sits in with rocky last week in rocky looks at them like this guy. Ain't right. You know what? He's correct correct at something's wrong with that. Dude. This e hawks Earl Thomas was also fined for his obscene gesture which he sent me. One finger salute. Yes lost. Or does. He debates. The coaches is not that big of a deal coach Eric Reed kneeled for the national anthem yesterday. But the Panthers don't care much for that. Yeah. He was almost going to be a Bengal. I say just stand. That's what I say. Just Dan don't sit don't mail just saying, well, we need some sex in version on the blog. We have Amy Schumer gang arrested still the of that a woman smuggling drugs cinched, very private place prison JJ. Yes. That would be the place for JJ. And also the Michigan team brought hot brownies to school indoor swayed votes for homecoming on the blog the blog numbers through the roof on my still number one or two with a bullet Eddie in rocky vote taking you. Sorry. Was offer day off my show for three days. If you take those three days a new account, then what happens you're probably back at number one. That's what I like to hear right there because we have to dig out of the whole gotta dig out. That's why we're sinking our vacation in November thanking November ninth to the sixteen. I have I have managed to get your schedule and kick Chris's scheduled to line up. And I'm going to take vacation when you're both on vacation good segman once again, who's at the holy grail Hubbard Johnson who flip a coin one. Or the other the touchdown wins one or the other will be there right now. It's up. I have no idea. The ladies love somebody on the Bengals seven o'clock seven o'clock tonight along with Lance and lap doesn't get any better net. Especially tonight's going to be about eighty nine degrees downtown drink-up but by next week. They'll be have a cold one on for Brad Kavanagh down. While you're down read. I'm half. All of us are gangling. The media says we need to be unhappy. But I'm happy are you happy? Rachel. I'm in different. I feel like actually most of the country is probably different. Let's move on live on less than one percent of the American people care about that. Okay. Good. I'm glad I thought it was just person that on a really good night. Maybe a half million people watch CNN, maybe two million watch FOX put together it's less than three million. That means on a good night. Well, less than one percent of the American people pay attention well less than one percent, but the media access if it's the biggest thing in the world, but less than ninety nine percent. Plus don't know don't care. You know, how many people can name one US supreme court Justice twenty-five percent drilling. Seventy five percent cannot namesake. Can you name? One US supreme court Justice other than cavenaugh Ginsburg. That's pretty good can give me another one. It's. That's pretty good. Chief justices. Give me a hint come on nationals R, J R Ewing. No. Oh, geez. See my point is even well Roberts, John Roberts, right even well versed. People cannot name a supreme court Justice. So I'm not stupid. Stupid. But can you name a majority US rim court justices? I I would say, no, right, and your typical. So media goes nuts on these things. Most people don't care ninety nine percent Brad Kavanagh's in his office right now. And I so me as we ought to be. He deserves to be there. And I wish him well. What did you think Ruth's going to do to him? Once he gets on the. I mean, I think collegial I I don't know. But you know, the notorious RV she's eighty six years old and a couple of weeks ago, she could not done by the fourteenth amendment to the US constitution. If you're a judge us like basic stuff. She's losing it. What happens when she meets her maker wait for that war to begin? Here comes Amy Coney Barrett. That's what he's going to be nice. That'll be action. Rachel, thank you very much. And you'll be on the afternoon show today. Yes, I will be I'll be on with Eddie, and Sean rocky is doing a football game somewhere. Good ESPN, really loves him. I like the rock segman. Give me out of the students report. Getting ready for Julie Gunnlaug. What a women really think about about. The new supreme court Justice bread 'em Cavanaugh. We have a woman a feminist conservative feminists coming up next thing got to pay attention to this. Rachel a conservative feminist which is good at live action at honor of a beautiful hot Monday here in the tri-state the Bengals foreign one happy Columbus Day for our Canadian listeners. Happy Thanksgiving Day. It's also Joey Votto indigenous people stay we leave you with the immortal words of the stew report. So have you ever been grooving Lynette? Cam. Yeah. When was the last time? Really? Got some Gruden six years ago.
McConnell: Senate won't be "intimidated" by "mob-like tactics" of protesters
"Over von Jack Callaghan. Fox news. The mob was able to intimidate the Senate Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell telling FOX's the Ingram angle. He's proud of the Senate for reaching the precipice of a confirmation vote. We did the right thing for a good, man. Fill the lifetime of the supreme court has lot. Celebrate today. Couldn't be prouder of all of my members. Senator Collins was outstanding. Maine Senator Susan Collins all but assuring judge Brad Kavanagh's confirmation when she told the Senate on Friday. Mr president. I will vote firm. Judge cabinet West Virginia. Democrat Senator Joe Manchin announced he would vote for the confirmation as well. But Alaska Republican Lisa Murkowski said she did not think Cavanaugh was the right judge full-time, but she will vote present rather than no if nothing else changes sometime late Saturday, the Senate should
Senate votes today 50-48 to confirm Trump's Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh
"Gave a lifetime job on the US supreme court to Fifty-three-year-old Brad Kavanagh. Correspondent Bob Costantini reports. The White House tweeted it support following Kavanagh's confirmation rubbing it in a bit White House press secretary Sarah Sanders who tweets congratulations, judge cavenaugh instead of a six to three liberal supreme court under Hillary Clinton. We now have a five to four conservative supreme court under President Donald Trump. Some mentoring a tremendous legacy for the president and a better future for America. President Trump said he is one hundred percent certain that the woman who accused cavenaugh of sexually assaulting girls were they were in high school named the