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"brad kavanagh" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"brad kavanagh" Discussed on The Young Turks

"To service for a term of years, excavating, Indians, not taxed three fifths of all of the person. So a couple of other national stains. Up as well. But they're trying a new one into the census and thankfully, at least for now they've been stopped were you surprised when you saw the news this morning when I saw this particular one? Yes, you were. Yeah. Yeah. We have a conservative majority in the supreme core in general over the past year and a half or so. It has delivered. Constant winds. Four conservatives for Donald Trump. Yeah. I mean on the gerrymandering like, I know that people who watch this don't need another reminder. But this is why the supreme court is so important and the supreme court is one of the reasons that presidential elections are so important because when you hand over power to someone like Donald Trump, this is the sort of news that you, wake up to for literally years, if not decades, and they were going to use that conservative majority, whether this next election is reelection for Donald Trump. Whether we get some centrist democrat or whether we going to progressive, they're going to be on account on their conservative majority in the supreme court to protect them from the bowl this legislation and to continue to give them wins and areas of workers rights, the environment and voting rights as well. I was surprised to I think these two cases are. Similar in the way that they are. It's obvious it's obvious to everybody. But luckily, the census question there was just blatant proof just laid out word for word on what they were doing. But regardless of that the Trump administration was willing to say, no, no, no. We need to know where every Hispanic person lives, so that we can protect them, because we are not the administration that ever discriminates. Absolutely not. They're willing to run on that argument go with it all the way to the supreme serve. You A little bit can can think think of of. don't let this tastefully. I, I don't care how many times. Neil gorsuch. And Brad Kavanagh are going to accidentally stumble themselves across the right way to do to Kate things like this. Never trust. So that's just my approach to these things. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Oh, we'll, there's such a surprise. Yeah. This is the price because it's not going to be awesome. Yeah. Yeah. Enjoy. He can't and enjoy this while you can because again as been saying, this is not over. They say in their decision that, that there's really not much time. There's a few months, I think until the census needs to be submitted. And as of right now, they're saying, if the Trump administration wants to do a little bit more research, and then come back with another explanation as to why they need to citizenship question, then they're free to do that, or they can potentially, I guess, try to postpone the census, even though is very specifically listed in the constitution that that needs to happen on this periodic basis. I don't know how they would do that. When the process so far has taken literally years. But right now they have been given the opportunity to try once again to cover up the obvious racist motivations for this edition of the census and it might end up getting added in the end. With that we should take our first break. When we come back more to get to, as I alluded to earlier, on the Trump administration is targeting active duty members of the military's families pretty significant insult. There weren't any of the details after this hail is Bronx. Although you can only hear me now you've probably seen me on the damage report. Or the main show I am constantly on the move. And I'm always working from every location. I can. So when I can access a free WI fi hotspot at the coffee shop at the airport, you know, how it is I definitely take advantage, as someone who was recently hacked..

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Citing racial bias, U.S. high court tosses black man's murder conviction

Paul and Jordana

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Citing racial bias, U.S. high court tosses black man's murder conviction

"The supreme court today and a seventy two ruling throughout Curtis flowers, murder conviction. Finding the prosecutors unlawfully blocked black potential. Jurors Bill Ray Curtis flowers face the death penalty in Mississippi for quadruple murder in nineteen Ninety-six in two of his six trials the prosecutor violated a ban on racial discrimination by rejecting black perspective. Jurors justice. Brad Kavanagh authored the court's majority opinion writing that the numbers spoke loudly. The Justice Clarence Thomas wrote a blistering dissent saying that flowers presented no evidence of race discrimination. And at the opinion reflects utter disrespect for the

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In setback for Apple, U.S. Supreme Court lets App Store antitrust suit proceed

Pat Farnack

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

In setback for Apple, U.S. Supreme Court lets App Store antitrust suit proceed

"In a setback for apple. It has to do with the decision from the US supreme court. Here's CBS news. Correspondent Steve Dorsey. The supreme court is allowing a lawsuit by iphone users against apple to move forward. The suit claims apple is violating antitrust laws by requiring iphone users to purchase software for the devices exclusively through its apps store. The court's newest Justice Brad Kavanagh joined the four liberals rejecting Apple's pleaded toss out the lawsuit over the thirty percent commission. Charges software, developers whose apps are sold through the app

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Woman charged with sending threatening mail to Susan Collins

KYW 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Woman charged with sending threatening mail to Susan Collins

"A woman who allegedly sent a threatening literature. Senator susan. In Collins is under arrest. She's thirty seven year old. Suzanne was Skara from Burlington. Maine, and she's been charged with mailing a threatening communication Collins home in Bangor, Maine. The letter was sent last October and a claim that its contents contain the poison rice in the threat came after the Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins cast, one of the deciding votes in favor of confirming supreme court Justice. Brad Kavanagh Collins husband Thomas Daffron open, the letter he said the letter specifically mentioned the senators vote for cavenaugh Collins had received multiple death threats over her

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Woman charged with sending Susan Collins threatening letter

KYW 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Woman charged with sending Susan Collins threatening letter

"A woman who allegedly sent a threatening letter to Senator Susan Collins is under arrest. She's thirty. Eighty seven year old Suzanne Mosquera from Burlington Maine, and she's been charged with mailing a threatening communication Collins home in Bangor, Maine. The letter was said last October and claim that its contents contain the poison rice in the threat came after the Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins cast, one of the deciding votes in favor of confirming supreme court Justice. Brad Kavanagh Collins husband Thomas Daffron open, the letter he said the letter specifically mentioned the senators vote for cavenaugh Collins had received multiple death threats over her

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Mississippi, Brad Kavanagh And Phil Bryant discussed on Brian Lehrer

Brian Lehrer

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

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

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John Roberts may be the new swing vote on the US Supreme Court

Houston's Morning News

02:43 min | 1 year ago

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

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Supreme Court blocks restrictive Louisiana abortion law

Vince Coakley

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Supreme Court blocks restrictive Louisiana abortion law

"The supreme court is stopping Louisiana from enforcing a new abortion law. It's being put on hold law requiring abortion providers to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals that ruling handed down by justices five four vote Thursday. The case represents a test of the now more conservative courts views on abortion. Writes chief Justice John Roberts joined the courts for liberal stopping enforcement of the statute, pending a full review of the case Justice Brad Kavanagh wrote a dissent explaining his vote the laws similar to one in Texas. The justices struck down three years ago Roberts dissented in that case. Tom reghati,

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Here's what to take from Kavanaugh's first abortion case

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Here's what to take from Kavanaugh's first abortion case

"It was a surprise to many conservatives. The supreme court blocked a controversial abortion law and Louisiana hours before it was supposed to go into effect. This could be the first test of abortion rights in the supreme court with new conservative justices. It involves a two thousand fourteen Louisiana law. That required abortion clinic doctors to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals now in two thousand sixteen the supreme court struck down a nearly identical off from Texas on a five to three vote but last night conservative chief Justice John Roberts sided with the liberals in this case to stop the law from taking effect while the court considers whether it's going to take up this case the courts four conservative justices, including new Justice Brad Kavanagh dissented Justice Cavanaugh separately to say he would allow the law to take effect for now. But he could be willing to rethink it. If it showed that it had that undue burden on a woman's right to get an abortion. Now this like you said is just. Temporary. It may not tell us much of anything about how the court's gonna approach abortion rights. The justices still have to decide whether they're going to hear this case they could do. So

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U.S. border wall no match for Mexican girl's Santa wish list

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. border wall no match for Mexican girl's Santa wish list

"Nine justices, sit on the US supreme court and in two thousand eighteen they made plenty of news. CBS news is Steve Dorsey reports from Washington supreme court's biggest story kicked off in June. The retirement of Justice, Anthony Kennedy from the supreme court a contentious confirmation for Brad Kavanagh. With allegations of sexual misconduct. Believe he was going to rape me. And in angry rebuke, this confirmation processes become a national disgrace, a divided Senate ultimately backing cavenaugh all the is are fifty the Naser forty eight as the president Kavanagh's confirmation to the midterm campaign trail, they treat him badly. Great scholar. Great intellect the great person, the president also winning other supreme court victories the courts, most conservative members defended the travel ban from the bench. They've ruled five to four that states. Can't force nonunion workers to pay union fees. Justices ruling for a Baker who refused to make a gay wedding cake. But the court's ruling was narrow the court also paving the way for more states to approve sports betting court struck down a federal law that banned gambling on sports games in most of

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420K employees will go without pay during shutdown

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

01:33 min | 1 year ago

420K employees will go without pay during shutdown

"Shutdown lawmakers have said they wouldn't return for a vote until leaders from both parties reached an agreement. And one that the president would sign President Trump continued to push for the wall on Friday tweeting this design which he called effective and beautiful. The Senate did pass a resolution to pay federal workers during the shutdown, but the house still needs to do the same. I'm Natalie brand on Capitol Hill. How will the partial government shutdown affect emergency response here in California, mudslides, and wildfires and occasional earthquakes are facts of life here in the Golden State. But with FEMA have problems responding to major disasters like the campfire relative to the recent fires. The answer is. No, Jerry, Quinn is a disaster aid consultant based in Folsom. He says FEMA disaster response employees receive funding, which is separate from the congressional budget being hashed out right now still a long-term shutdown could be a problem if shutdown goes on for more than a couple of days expect that circumstance to get worse because FEMA won't be allowed to provide funds to restoration projects. So things could get delayed. He says, but in the event of a natural disaster. There would be. An emergency response. Jim Thornton KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. The supreme court is blocking President Trump from enforcing a ban on asylum seekers who crossed the border illegally. Trump administration issued the order last month the looking to reduce what it called meritless asylum claims from aliens who they said put a tremendous burden on resources. New Justice Brad Kavanagh in three other conservative justices sided with the White House. But chief Justice, John Roberts Robertson the courts. Four more. Liberal

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Supreme Court, Chief Justice John Roberts And Brad Kavanagh discussed on The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Texas prepares to execute man convicted of 1993 murder, assault

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Texas prepares to execute man convicted of 1993 murder, assault

"Guiliani during an appearance on NBC's. Meet the press talking about Mr. Trump, Anna potential interview with Robert Muller second on the list from the Yale Law School, libraries likes beer. I still light beer supreme court Justice Brad Kavanagh's remark during his nomination hearing at number four. Megan McCain eulogizing, her father, we gather here to mourn. The passing of American greatness, the real thing

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Kavanaugh, Roberts join liberals to reject Planned Parenthood case

Sean Hannity

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

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

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CDC issues warning: Say no to raw cookie dough

24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

CDC issues warning: Say no to raw cookie dough

"Follow the recipe or package directions for cooking or baking at the proper temperature. And for the specified time. I'm Bill Michaels a readers poll turning up a surprise on who they think should be the two thousand eighteen time person of the year Korean boy band. One the online reader's poll for time's person of the year. The seven member k pop band beat out. Other artists were leaders and politicians in the survey planet earth narrowly trailed BTS with a tie cave divers finishing third. Others among top finishers included, South Korean president moon Jae in undocumented children, former first lady Michelle Obama supreme court Justice Brad Kavanagh accuser, Christie, Blasi Ford and special counsel. Robert Muller

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What's Going on With Michael Avenatti?

Joel Riley

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized after fracturing 3 ribs

All Things Considered

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Google offers more secure email for journalists, politicians, activists ... and you?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:42 min | 1 year ago

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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How can an election be hacked?

Mike's On

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

How can an election be hacked?

"There's a difference between spreading misinformation leading up to an election and actually gaining access to our voting machines. So nothing the system wide attack would be very difficult while many might argue that a standardized internet based voting system would make much more sense. Former FBI cyber specialists, Leo Taddeo says the fact that there are so many different types of voting machines used in US elections makes it almost impossible for our systems to be hacked each of them requires physical access in order the hacker. So it's nothing to system wide attack would be very difficult. They're not supposed to be connected to the internet. So you actually have to have access to the machine Taddeo says he's concerned he's and so much of our potential cyber attack each over people staying away from voting because of the fear of a cyber attack. Chris Edens KNX ten seventy NewsRadio new supreme court Justice. Brad Kavanagh could be a swing votes is he

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"brad kavanagh" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

10:27 min | 1 year ago

"brad kavanagh" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Let us talk about the latest addition to the United States Supreme court. I know you remember the name Brett cabin off. That's who we're talking about. Where it Cavanaugh is been on there a couple of weeks now, and I have been asking have we forgotten about Brad Kavanagh, and I'm very happy to report that no we have not yet forgotten about Brett cabin. And I for my part will never let us forget about breath having off this is a disgrace. And that's nicely. Put. That's putting it nicely. Okay. You'll recall, I know it wasn't that long ago. Your call that the overriding seem about Brett Kavanagh was can we investigate all these complaints. That are coming in. Right. That was the whole point. Was there people were popping up everywhere and they were making allegations. And I have no way of evaluating them. It's not my job, nor is it your job. We have no way of of valuating this stuff. People pop up. They make allegations Brad Kavanagh denied him. How do we know who's lying to tell the truth? That's why we do investigations. So everybody was saying could we please take some time and investigate it. Now. Of course, let's not forget the politics. Democrats trying to run out the clock the Republicans trying to jam through. Right. It's all about the election coming up. So there's no point to to have any claim to principal by anybody here. It was just a raw naked political exercise. We understand that. And so when the Republicans refuse to investigate right, Dr Christine Blasi Ford's allegations when they did the FBI do the most slapdash comical ridiculous non investigation. And then say see, it's okay now. Right. When they did that what the Republicans did was say we refuse to investigate. We won't investigate the claims of Alana these claimants there were people you'll remember popping up saying I knew Brett back then and I can see this. And I have this information right now, all these people just ignored. And then of course, we had Julie sweat, Nick. Do you? Remember, Julie, sweat, Nick. I know that name sounds familiar and Michael avenue. Nadi? We all know, Michael avenue ATI, right? Okay. Julie sweat, Nick. Remember this one she alleged that back in the day. She was at a party where she was basically fed a Mickey, right? You slipped to make you somebody got very very drunk, and that she was taken advantage using in fact gang-raped that is her story. Julie sweat, Nick says she was gang raped, and she said that Brett cavenaugh and his buddy Mark judge were at the party. But they to her knowledge did not participate in her gang rape. Which to me sounds very honest. I mean, you know, if you're gonna lie why stop anyway. So that to me was a credible enough allegation. I mean, she was in school and the plane, and they were all these societas facts around Julie, sweat, Nick that that screamed out veracity truth meets us in the place. Right. It's not like he was from Nevada. Or Nebraska, you know, where some place in as all of a sudden like how did you get into Maryland? At this time me she was at a school at that time. She had friends who could verify shoes part of that social said she was at the party's there around. I mean, she was obviously somebody who was in the place at the time in a place in a position to tell the story was telling so all of those what I call associated or background facts. Right. The to to get us to the point where her actual allegation of this is what happened to me that night in that house. And this is who is in route to me. It's like, okay, go investigate and Michael avenue was her lawyer. Well, the Republicans, of course, as you'll as you know, as the historical record will now reflect didn't investigate Charles Grassley years senior legal analyst time biggie Charles Grassley who is not a lawyer. He's a farmer. So they say he's actually he's actually a mummy. He's a mummy who's been shipped from Iowa. And I don't think they want. Him back because he's been in Washington for about sixty years now, and I think he's mummified. But and he's not a lawyer back. You know, maybe when he was a teenager, you know, back in the eighteen twelve or whatever he you know, he was a farmer but for my part part marijuana sound smug. I really don't. I mean, I go after other people for being smug. I don't wanna do that. But I just think as a matter of wise public policy making is probably a good idea to have a lawyer in charge of the Senate Judiciary committee me it just helps because it's like being a quarterback in the NFL. You have a broader view the playing field. You see all the nooks and crannies in nuances. That's why lawyers run the legal system because it's complicated. There's a lot of reasons why it's complicated. And it's not just a milk people for legal fees to protect their rights. Anyway, before I go down that tangent of a road. Senator Charles Grassley who is not a lawyer who presided over the debacle that was the whole Brett Cavanaugh experience. Charles Grassley now has found a sudden new interest in investigations. Yes. I am not making this stuff up and Mitch McConnell is going to help me out. Mitch I mean, you can't make this stuff up. And and I am not Senator Grassley is now demanding an investigation of Julie, sweat, Nick. And Michael avenue. Saying that they made false statements before the Senate Judiciary committee. All right. So. I'll let you fill in all the punch lines in the snark that you want because that situation. Senator Charles Grassley demands investigation of Jewish sweat, Nick and Mike eleven ninety this comedy material. Just waiting to be had there. I will go with the law part. And that is this. We've seen this in the past where congress for political reasons demands were makes reference to the department of Justice to say investigative prosecute. And the answer is yes, they can ask, but they cannot compel the cannot directly compel. They can sort of compel. I mean, the department of Justice is funded by congress. So when a Senator who happens to be the powerful, Senator of the Senate Judiciary committee, the design mentioned, the chair of the Senate Judiciary committee, whether he's a lawyer Nazi relevant. He's the chair of the Senate Judiciary committee. That's a very powerful position. And if he gets mad at your agency, your your little unit within the agency, he can go over to his buddies on the on the budget committee, and and take out a giant chunk of your budget. And so that's kind of how you know, the congress can coerce the bureaucracy to do what congress wants, but not directly can't directly force them to do this. And so this kind of thing. Thing goes over to the department of Justice, and they have the right to kinda back pocket. The thing and say, yeah. Okay. So then they write him a letter saying we acknowledge your request for an investigation will certainly take a look at. We'll get back to you. And then they back pocket the thing. And and you you don't hear from it ever again. That happens, and it is the right of the department of Justice and more to the point the prosecutors because we're Charles Grassley is really asking for is not an investigation. He wants a prosecution he wants punishment. He wants punitive measures. And so he doesn't want an investigation with prosecution, and no Senator can force a US attorney to prosecute a case. That's the the the independence the, you know checks and balances right the different branches because the prosecutors Rene executive branch and the senators win the legislative branch. So the to the extent the legislative branch has as influence over the legislative branch is through the money is funding the agencies and all of that. But in terms of who's the boss of the US attorney for the district Columbia, it ain't the Senate. It's it's it's the guy in the White House right part of the executive branch through the through the attorney general right because the US juries are part of the department of Justice like the FBI part of the department of Justice, the attorney general's charge the department of Justice and. You know, who's in charge of the you can hear we smiling, you know, who's in charge of the department of Justice right now, he's a little guy with with judge years. He's a little Elfi looking guy. If I were Keebler, I'd file a lawsuit. He's he's he's hurting their trademark. I am not a racist. Well, you know, he is all right one triple eight three two one six zero zero one is our number and David. I'm really glad you waited in Minnesota, you're on the Norman Goldman show. Oh, thank you. Southern michigan. Arman, thank you. Lawyer. Heard something about Don Arizona that the Republican controlled legislators, I just passed a law or trying to pass a law that will take away your free speech. And if you even think about it, they will say about putting you in prison. If you have anything if you protest, and you have a car there. They can take it. It's more like something. You learn. Oh. Or something like that. Sounds like they. Republican party of Arizona. Has now taken the constitution as ripped it up and said, we are the constitution. Now, you have no choice take it or leave it where if you even protest once we will take your car. We will take your property. We were put you in prison, and we will have now that's fun fundamentally on American, right? I mean, just as just as a threshold matter. I mean at first blush, it's like that's un-american at its roots. But it's also unconstitutional. So David what happens when a legislature passes and the governor signs an unconstitutional Bill into law or congress passes and the president signs an unconstitutional Bill into law. What happens? I'm not sure if they will. I'm not sure if they can challenge it over here. The judiciary have you ever heard of the judiciary, man? That's what they do. Yeah. This is the point of the courts, this is one of the really bored and boards of the courts is people who would be affected or are affected. And I think the courts would say if you're subject to it. You're good enough. Standing wouldn't be an issue in that case the courts would hear the case in the courts would say that's an unconstitutional law, and it's it's unconstitutional, and we won't enforce it. And so, you know, that's it. I mean, it's over. That's why we have.

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"brad kavanagh" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

10:26 min | 1 year ago

"brad kavanagh" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Let us talk about the latest addition to the United States Supreme court. I know you remember the name Brett off that's who were talking about where at Cavanaugh is been on there a couple of weeks now, and I have been asking have we forgotten about Brad Kavanagh, and I'm very happy to report that no we have not yet forgotten about Brett cabin. And I for my part will never let us forget about brek having off this is a disgrace. And that's nicely. Put. That's putting it nicely. Okay. You'll recall, I know it wasn't that long ago. Your call that the overriding seem about Brad Kavanagh was can we investigate all these complaints. That are coming in. Right. That was the whole point. Was there people were popping up everywhere and they were making allegations. And I have no way of evaluating them. It's not my job, nor is it your job. We have no way of evaluating stuff. People pop up. They make allegations Brad Kavanagh denied him. How do we know who's lying to tell the truth? That's why we do investigations. So everybody was saying could we please take some time and investigate it. Now. Of course, let's not forget the politics. Democrats trying to run out the clock the Republicans trying to Jim through right? It's all about the election coming up. So there's no point to have any claim to principal by anybody here. It was just a raw naked political exercise. We understand that. And so when the Republicans refuse to investigate right, Dr Christine Blasi forge allegations when they did, you know, they had the FBI do the most slapdash comical ridiculous non investigation. And then say see, it's okay now. Right. When they did that what the Republicans did was say we refuse to investigate. We won't investigate the claims of Alana these claimants there people you'll remember popping up saying I knew Brett back then and I can say this. And I have this information right now, all these people just ignored. And then of course, we had Julie sweat, Nick. Do you? Remember, Julie, sweat, Nick. I know that name sounds familiar and Michael avenue. Nadi? We all know, Michael avenue ATI, right? Okay. Julie sweat, Nick. Remember this one she alleged that back in the day. She was at a party where she was basically fed a Mickey, right? You slip to make somebody, you know, got very very drunk and that she was taken advantage. She in fact, gang-raped that is her story. Julia sweat, Nick says she was gang raped, and she said that Brett cavenaugh and his buddy Mark judge were at the party. But they to her knowledge did not participate in her gang rape. Which to me sounds very honest. I mean, you know, if you're gonna lie why stop anyway. So that to me was a credible enough allegation. I mean, she was in school in the plane, and they were all these associated facts around. Julie sweat, Nick that screamed out veracity truth meets you in the place. Right. It's not like he was from Nevada or or Nebraska, you know, where some place in as all of a sudden like how did you get into Maryland? At this time me she was at a school at that time. She had friends who could verify shoes part of that social said she was at the the parties there around. I mean, she was obviously somebody who was in the place at the time to in a place in a position to tell the story. She was telling so all of those what I call societas or background facts. Right. The to to get us to the point where her actual allegation of this is what happened to me that night in that house. And this is who is in route to me. It's like, okay, go investigate and Michael avenue was her lawyer. Well. Republicans. Of course, you'll as you know, as the historical record will now reflect didn't investigate Charles Grassley year senior legal analyst time biggie Charles Grassley who is not a lawyer. He's a farmer so they say, he's actually he's actually a mummy. He's a mummy who's been shipped from Iowa. And I don't think they want him back because he's been in Washington for about sixty years now, and I think he's mummified. But and he's not a lawyer back. You know, maybe when he was a teenager, you know, back in the eighteen twelve or whatever, I he you know, he was a former but for my part part marijuana sound smug. I really don't. I mean, I go after other people for being smug. I don't wanna do that. But I just think as a matter of wise public policy making is probably a good idea to have a lawyer in charge of the Senate Judiciary committee. It just helps because it's like being a quarterback in the NFL. You have a broader view the Plainfield. You see all the nooks and crannies in nuances. That's why lawyers run the legal system because it's complicated. There's a lot of reasons why it's complicated. And it's not just a milk people for legal fees to protect their rights. Anyway, before I go down that tangent of road. Senator Charles Grassley who is not a lawyer who presided over the debacle that was the whole Brett Cavanaugh experience. Charles Grassley now has found a sudden new interest in investigations. Yes. I not not making this stuff up. I Mitch McConnell is going to help me out. Mitch I mean, you can't make this stuff up. And and I am not Senator Grassley is now demanding an investigation of Julie, sweat, Nick. And Michael avenue ATI saying that they made false statements before the Senate Judiciary committee. All right. So. I'll let you fill in all the punch lines and the snark that you want because that situation. Santa Charles Grassley demands investigation of Julie, sweat, Nick. And Mike Levin ninety this comedy material. Just waiting to be had there. I will go with the law part. And that is this. We have seen this in the past where congress for political reasons demands were makes reference to the department of Justice to say investigative prosecute. And the answer is yes, they can ask, but they cannot compel the cannot directly compel. They can sort of compel. I mean, the department of Justice is funded by congress. So when a Senator who happens to be the powerful, Senator of the Senate Judiciary committee, the design mentioned, the chair of the Senate Judiciary committee, whether he's a lawyer in Nazi relevant is the chair of the Senate Judiciary committee. That's a very powerful position. And if he gets mad at your agency, your your little unit within the agency, he can go over to his buddies on on the budget committee, and and take out a giant chunk of your budget. And so that's kind of how you know, the congress can coerce the bureaucracy to do what congress wants, but not directly can't directly force them to do this. And so this kind of thing. Thing goes over to the department of Justice, and they have the right to kinda back pocket. The thing and say, yeah. Okay. So then they write him a letter saying we acknowledge your request for an investigation will certainly take a look at. We'll get back to you. And then they back pocket the thing. And and you you don't hear from it ever again. That happens, and it is the right of the department of Justice and more to the point the prosecutors because we're Charles Grassley is really asking for his non investigation he wants prosecution he wants punishment. He wants punitive measures. And so he doesn't want an investigation wants prosecution, and no Senator can force a US attorney to prosecute a case. That's the the the independence the, you know checks and balances right the different branches because the prosecutors Rene executive branch and the win the legislative branch. So the to the extent the legislative branch has as influence over the legislative branch is through the money is funding the agencies and all of that. But in terms of who's the boss of the US attorney for the district Columbia, it ain't the Senate. It's it's it's the guy in the White House right part of the executive branch through the through the attorney general right because the US juries are part of the department of Justice like the FBI is part of the department of Justice and the attorney general's charge the department of Justice and. You know, who's in charge of the you can hear we smiling, you know, who's in charge of the department of Justice right now, he's a little guy with with judge years. He's a little Elfi looking guy. If I were Keebler, I'd file a lawsuit. He's he's he's hurting trademark. I am not a racist. Well, you know, he is all right one triple eight three two one six zero zero one is our number and David. I'm really glad you waited in Minnesota, you're on the Norman Goldman show. Oh, thank you. Mr. Norman, thank you. Lawyer. Heard something about and Donayre Dora that the Republican controlled legislators, I just passed a law or trying to pass a law that will take away your free speech. And if you even think about they will say about putting in prison. If you have anything if you protests, and you have a car there. They can take it. It's more like something. Thorough nation or something like that. But I wanted it sounds like the Republican party of Arizona has now taken the constitution as ripped it up and said, we are the constitution. Now, you have no choice take it or leave it where if you even protest once we will take your car. We will take your property. We were put you in prison, and we will now that's fundamentally on American. Right. I mean, just as just as a threshold matter. I mean at first blush, it's like that's un-american at its roots. But it's also unconstitutional. So David what happens when a legislature passes and the governor signs an unconstitutional Bill into law or congress passes and the president signs an unconstitutional Bill into law. What happens? I'm not sure if they will. I'm not sure if they can challenge it over here. The judiciary have you ever heard of the judiciary, man? That's what they do. Yeah. This is the point of the courts is one of the really and voids of the courts is people who would be affected or are affected. And I think the courts would say if you're subject to it. You're good enough. Standing wouldn't be an issue in that case, the court would hear the case in the courts would say that's an unconstitutional law, and it's it's unconstitutional, and we won't enforce it. And so, you know, that's it. I mean, it's over..

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"brad kavanagh" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"brad kavanagh" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Furniture. What Brad Kavanagh was confirmed the nation's highest court by one of the slimmest margins in American history. KCBS keep men Coney reports this selection triggered a political debate that began as a debate over judicial ideology and concluded with a national debate over sexual misconduct, or the supreme court legitimacy is everything it doesn't have the power to compel people to abide by or comply with. It's rulings professor of politics at Saint Mary's college Steve Wolfert, so most of its power is based on its reputation for fairness and objectivity, but for many Americans, there's a growing sense that the court is really just another partisan battlefield, especially after judge Kavanagh's confirmation process, which for weeks was repeatedly marked by open partisan wrangling Wolpert says that in the past when the court has issued rulings on controversial topics things like prayer in public school or desegregation of schools, even those that disagreed still felt that they ought to obey the court as a as a sense of what the right thing to do is now though, he says he wouldn't be surprised to see at least some isolated cases of open defiance from groups that oppose supreme court rulings as a way of showing their lack of respect for the court as a legitimate political institution. Keith men, Coney KCBS, California police and sheriff's departments will have to count their untested rape kits under a new law that goes in. Into effect on the first of the year. KCBS Megan goals be reports. Inferences go assembly member, David Chiu says conservative estimates put the number of untested rape kits in California more than thirteen thousand survivors deserve Justice a rape kits sitting on a shelf collecting dust is not Justice another Bill that would have required. They all actually be tested was vetoed by the governor. But this is still a good first step says to tell the public what the backlog is of a distant rape kits and for for the state to collect the inventory to audit. The size the backlog in California law enforcement agencies have balked at being told by the government how to run their investigation says chew. But there have been cases when running old tests have led to finding serial rapists, because the DNA is traceable for quite some time killer case was very prominent example of of DNA that was tested years after the fact making gold, speak KCBS,.

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"brad kavanagh" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"brad kavanagh" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Brad Kavanagh was confirmed Saturday fifty to forty eight as the next Justice of the supreme court, the two vote margin one of the narrowest ever for supreme court nominee. We get more from ABC's senior congressional correspondent Mary Bruce on Capitol Hill is ultimately came down to four K swing. Both a decision that they've described as agonizing three of those senators Jeff flake, Susan Collins, and Joe Manchin voting to support judge Joe Manchin, the only democrat to side with Republicans and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska. The only Republican to cross party lines is the second nominee from President Trump who was on the campaign trail Saturday night, and Kansas, Mr. Trump so pleased. He called judge cavenaugh immediately after the vote. I just congratulated am I said, congratulations was well thought I mean who would have thought a thing like that could have happened what he's been through Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says by confirming cabinet to the supreme court the Senate has stood its ground and that Saturday's vote should not impede the country from coming together. This is nowhere near as challenging experience. We've had in the past throughout our history the Senate and the country will get past this. We always do all, but one democratic Senator voted against Cavanaugh. A secretary of state Mon Mike Pompeo expected to be in North Korea on Sunday and expected to meet with Kim Jong Il and the two are going to hammer out details and try and get another summit together where Kim can be President Trump a pilot piloted Mississippi made an emergency landing Friday his World War. Two plane is a mess. The pilot and his family now grateful for a miracle on a Mississippi.

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"brad kavanagh" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"brad kavanagh" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The US Senate has voted to move Brett cavenaugh supreme court domination into the home stretch in a final vote. Tomorrow. Republican leader Mitch McConnell was one of fifty one. Yes, votes confirming judge Brad Kavanagh to the supreme court. This brilliant jurists will be charged with holding the rule of law and honoring American Justice democrat Chuck Schumer, one of forty nine knows the Senate another name. For the sake of the Senate of the supreme court and of America CBS's Paula Reed on the effort of the White House. They're trying to flip anyone they can they're working the phones trying to pressure anyone to get judge Cavanaugh across the finish line. Now, we are also told that the White House believes the democratic Senator Joe Manchin will end up alternately voting for judge Cavin publican, Susan Collins, and Jeff flake or question marks Lisa Murkowski may have signalled her intentions with a no vote today. CBS news special report, I'm Steve Kafer, eleven thirty two. What Brad Kavanagh defended himself in an op Ed piece in today's Wall Street Journal saying he regrets some of the things he said in his testimony on Capitol Hill last week. He writes, quote, I was very emotional last Thursday more so than I have ever been unquote. He continues I might have been too emotional at times, I know that my tongue was sharp. And I said a few things I should not have said, I hope everyone can understand that. I was there as a son. Husband and dad, unquote. The unemployment rate fell to three point seven percent last month the lowest level since December of nineteen sixty nine. The government says that employers added just one hundred thirty four thousand jobs the fewest in a year. However that figure was likely lowered by hurricane Florence which closed thousands of businesses CBS business analyst, Jill Schlesinger says the health sector continues to be strong for the last twelve months what we've seen as a big bounce in professional and business services. They did not disappoint increasing by fifty four thousand in September healthcare employment continues to be a consistent part of the economy rising twenty six thousand in September average hourly pay in September increased two point eight percent from year earlier slightly below the gain in August. Repeated mobster has been gunned down at.

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"brad kavanagh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"brad kavanagh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Dominate Brad Kavanagh this weekend to limit debate. And send the nomination onto the full Senate Shasta elevate, a stunningly talented an impressive jurists on important office for which he is. So well qualified majority leader Mitch McConnell sounding confident he's got the fifty one votes. He needs apple hill. Correspondent Wally Hindes President Trump on fire the GOP campaign rally last night in Minnesota. Visit and Trump says the protests over judge cavenaugh are backfiring. The polls over the last three or four days, and it shows that their rage fueled resistance is starting to backfire at a level that nobody has ever seen before using that to whip up the crowd. Do we love it? Talking about his tax cuts and job growth. The president says the only reason to elect Democrats is if people are tired of winning I'm Jacky Quin. Authorities say a seventy four year old Vietnam vet and disbarred attorney shot seven South Carolina law enforcement officers using his marksmanship skills. You hold officers at bay their comrades lay bleeding on the ground. Florence police chief Alain Hitler estimates. You officers recap about a half hour can't give you an exact time. I can tell you. I was out there. And it seemed like it was forever. But it was not one officer was killed six. Others. Wounded suspect is in custody. Chicago awaits a verdict in the case of a White City. Police officer charged with murder in the two thousand fourteen shooting a black teenager, Lachlon McDonald. The jury determining officer Jason van Dyck's fate expect you to continue its deliberations today after starting them yesterday afternoon. Wall Street Dow futures.

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"brad kavanagh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"brad kavanagh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Brad Kavanagh had a campaign rally in Mississippi, the president mock last week Senate testimony by Ford who acknowledged she doesn't remember all of the details about Kavanagh's alleged assault. How did you get home? I don't remember how did you get there? And remember where is the place? I don't remember how many years ago was it. I don't know. The president directed the FBI to investigate Ford's allegations, which Cavanaugh denies what else correspondent, Greg Clugston. As the FBI Russia's to complete its background check by Friday. The senate's top Republican again says lawmakers will vote on the cabinet nomination this week. Mitch McConnell pushing hard for a floor vote by week's end after the FBI shares what they've found senators will have the opportunity. Devote? We'll have the opportunity to vote. No on the politics of personal destruction will have the opportunity to vote. Yes. Almost fine. Nominate meanwhile, the Senator who pushed for a one week delay. Arizona's Jeff flake says he'll wait to see the FBI report before he decides how to vote Capitol Hill. Correspondent Wally is the US on void NATO says Russia must halt development of new nuclear capable missile ambassador. Kay, Bailey Hutchinson warns the US could take out the system if it becomes operational NATO fears the system runs afoul of the nineteen eighty-seven intermediate range nuclear forces treaty. The Cold War era pack bands, an entire class of weapons all land-based cruise missiles with a range between three hundred ten and thirty four hundred ten miles. The alliance says that the Russian system fits into that category. Rich Thomasson reporting the dash like wildcard game at Wrigley field us in the bond with the thirteenth.

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"brad kavanagh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"brad kavanagh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Court nominee. Brad Kavanagh on the first of his sexual misbehavior accusers will testify on Capitol Hill and late morning hanging in the balance will be Kavanagh's confirmation. Among the most interested observers will be Donald Trump while the president continues to call the accusations against red cavenaugh part of a big fat contract. He told reporters he'll be watching Kavanagh's accusers testimony. No, it's possible. I'll hear that. And I'll say, hey, I'm changing my mind that is possible. I asked the president of his statements on the matter have been sending a message to America's young men. He replied that. This is a very dangerous period in the country perpetrated. He said by very evil people, and he spoke of men like himself who he says have been falsely accused Steven Portnoy, CBS news, New York at that news conference. Mr. Trump left open, the possibility of postponing his scheduled Thursday meeting with the second ranking official of the Justice department deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, the president says he's not sure what. He will ultimately decide regarding Rosenstein who has been rumored to be on the hot seat for weeks. I'm talking to him. We've had a good talk. He said he has a lot of respect for me. And he was very nice, and we'll see Mr. Trump says he might delay today's scheduled meeting so as not to take away attention from the Brad Kavanagh hearing on Capitol Hill. Bill Raikov CBS news, Washington. Six year old Maddox rich who has autism and communications problems remains missing disappeared from North Carolina park over the weekend. The search for him has been massive with local and federal investigators his father, Ian, rich says, it's torture. I just will my little boy back home. I wanna know he's safe. I want to give him a big hug as soon as I say, a very expensive legal settlement for Uber. Under the settlement agreement. Uber will pay a total of one hundred forty eight million dollars. All the result of its failure. To report that hackers had stolen. The personal information of Uber drivers rather than notifying the drivers. As is required by law in California, Buber covered up the breach aveer. Sarah's California attorney general all fifty states and the district of Columbia will share in the settlement the data breach involved around six hundred thousand Uber drivers Steve Futterman, CBS news, Los Angeles, health watch on estimated eighty thousand Americans died of flu and its complications. Last winter the diseases highest death toll in at least four decades last fall. And winter the US went through one of its most severe flu seasons in recent memory. The season was driven by a kind of flu that tends to quit more people in the hospital. Asian markets have been up and down there down now. This is CBS news..

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"brad kavanagh" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"brad kavanagh" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Brad Kavanagh takes his case to TV in an appearance on Fox News. He denies sex assault. Allegations says he was a virgin through high school and won't withdraw his supreme court nomination. False accusations drive us out of this process. Amy klobuchar is one of the senators on the judiciary committee who here from cabin on his accuser Christine Blasi Ford on Thursday. Even in the Nita hill hearing, we had dozens of witnesses that came forward, and we're allowed to testify this time all of that's being shut out. Correspondent Nancy Cortes leaders say that they may hold a vote in the Senate Judiciary committee on Kavanagh's nomination as early as Friday one day after the hearing which indicates that they don't expect to hear anything in the hearing that is going to change their minds. His spokesman says Bill Cosby will not speak before he sentenced today for his sex assault conviction. CBS Matt piper in Norristown, Pennsylvania. Prosecutors say that he has shown no remorse in all of this. They begged the judge in their closing to give them a five to ten year prison sentence. His attorneys though, pushing his health age saying an eighty one year old blind man should be under house arrest. Rest not in a state prison a month after a grand jury report detailed decades of sex abuse and cover ups by hundreds of priests and Pennsylvania state lawmakers vote on a Bill giving survivors more time to sue and eliminating the statute of limitations for new victims, Pennsylvania attorney general Josh Shapiro. Let me be clear, not only.

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"brad kavanagh" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"brad kavanagh" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Deborah Rodriguez. Brad Kavanagh takes his case to TV in an appearance on Fox News. He denies sex assault. Allegations says he was a virgin through high school and won't withdraw his supreme court nomination. Not gonna let false accusations. Drive us out of this process. Amy klobuchar is one of the senators on the judiciary committee who here from cabin has accuser. Christine Blasi Ford on Thursday. Even in the Anita hill hearing, we had dozens of witnesses that came forward, and we're allowed to testify this time all of that's being shut out. Correspondent Nancy Cortez. Republican leaders say that they may hold a vote in the Senate Judiciary committee on Kavanagh's nomination as early as Friday one day after the hearing which indicates that they don't expect to hear anything in the hearing that is going to change their minds. His spokesman says Bill Cosby will not speak before he sentenced today for his sex assault conviction. CBS Matt piper in Norristown, Pennsylvania. Prosecutors say that he has shown no remorse in all of this. They begged the judge in their closing to give them a five to ten year prison sentence. His attorneys though, pushing his health and age saying eighty one year old blind man should be under house arrest. Not in a state. Prison a month. After a grand jury report detailed decades of sex abuse and cover ups by hundreds of priests and Pennsylvania state lawmakers vote on a Bill giving survivors more time to sue and eliminating the statute of limitations for new victims, Pennsylvania attorney general Josh Shapiro. Let me be clear. Not only constitutional. Is just. Is just ahead of the.

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"brad kavanagh" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"brad kavanagh" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Brad Kavanagh defends himself. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. Never never done anything. Like, this is the bream court nominee telling FOX he's never sexually assaulted anyone. I've always treated women with dignity and respect. Listen to the people who've known me best for my whole life amid allegations cavenaugh groped and tried to assault a girl when he was in high school thirty six years ago and exposed himself to a girl in college, which he denies Kevin is expected to appear Thursday before the Senate Judiciary committee after the first woman Christine buzzing Ford testifies against him about an alleged high-school incident as Democrats call for a delay in the minority leader Chuck Schumer calls for an FBI investigation. If you really believed these allegations are part of the despicable smear job leader McConnell. Why don't you call for an FBI investigation? Stormy daniels. Lawyer Michael Michael nodding now claims he has a new client with new allegations about Kevin. That's FOX's Griff Jenkins. President trouble take the world stage later this morning. Addressing fellow leaders of the UN general assembly. You can bet the president will have well-deserved strong words for the Iranian regime, which is among the worst violators of UN Security Council resolutions secretary of state Pompeo. Oh, the UN secretary. General's also expected to paint a grim picture of the state of the world as he opens that meeting later today will Bill Cosby go to prison for sexually assaulting a woman in two thousand four after a psychologist testifies for the defense on why Cosby shouldn't be classified as sexually violent predator. Cosby himself may address the court if he so chooses then judge Steven O'Neill will impose the senate's. He has options the judge did say he wants to merge. The counts into one sentence that could mean as much as ten years house arrest or probation with no jail time at all FOX's Goodall Scott at the court in Pennsylvania, Fox News, fair and.

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"brad kavanagh" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"brad kavanagh" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Court nominee. Brad Kavanagh already facing sexual assault allegations from two women. Now, the attorney for stormy Daniels. Michael Abernathy says he has a whole trove of incidents involving Cavanaugh based on what we have seen in his tweets and in an E mail that he sent to Republicans on the Senate Judiciary committee. His client is going to speak to incidents that happened in high school. And according to the naughty, it has to do with a number of boys, including Cavanaugh who. Would get young women drunk intentionally at parties on the weekends and then attempt to sexually assault them. Nancy Cortez said the capital Hillsborough county school superintendent, Jeff Jenkins hopes. The public turns out for tonight's townhall meeting on the district's proposed referendum. It calls for a half cent sales tax increase to raise one hundred thirty one million dollars for school infrastructure needs and says, there's a billion dollars backlog of school maintenance projects it was my responsibility. As a superintendent over the last three years to get our financial house in order, and I feel like we've done that with our operating budget, but our operating budget, isn't what this referendum is about this referendum is about our capital budget, making sure that we have enough dollars on Friday. The district released list of projects that would be funded by the half cent tax such as air conditioning units and new rooftops. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers take the biggest stage in football tonight. They're hosting the Pittsburgh Steelers at Raymond James quarterback. Ryan Fitzpatrick says they can't rest on there too. Oh stars. Nobody is gonna take these guys lightly. I mean, this is a team that every single year there in that Super Bowl hunt in the playoffs. Obviously they've won and one, but they've played well, the bucks if they win will be three and for the first time since two thousand five it's ten oh, four weather's next, experienced.

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"brad kavanagh" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"brad kavanagh" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Brad Kavanagh's accuser is on deadline. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News Republicans won't open tomorrow. If she'll talk to them saying either testify on Monday or not heard I think is fairly outrageous. That's democratic Senator Kirsten gillibrand. She supports Christine Blasi Ford's call for an investigation I into allegations the supreme court nominee groped in the solve the dirt a party when they were teenagers thirty six years ago. Fox's Rachel Sutherland live in Washington. Dave, a lawyer for four tenths Republicans are rushing to a hearing and acting in bad faith. Senate Judiciary committee chair Chuck Grassley says he's trying to accommodate for coming before committee either in an open session or closed session or a public or a private interviews. There's also an offer on the table for staffers to fly to California to meet with Dr Ford, some Republicans on the panel say if she doesn't show up it's time to move on in vote. Dave, Rachel, President Trump who Ed. Said he'd be okay with the government shutdown in a fight over border wall. Funding just tweeted he wants to know where the money for the wall is and border security spending Bill before congress, he calls ridiculous. It would fund the government through December seventh and it passed the Senate ninety three to seven it's awaiting a house vote South Korea's president moon jeans back home after a trip across the border to see Kim Jong Hoon telling reporters his North Korean counterpart wants a second summit with President Trump as soon as possible. Also that Kim has a private message about nukes for the president which moon will hand off next week in New York at a UN meetings. Fox's Lilian woo. At the Korean leaders meeting, Kim said he'd let inspectors into see this dismantling of a missile test site, a police chase turned deadly in Pennsylvania, the driver. They were after Bruce Rogle crashed into a house killing him hours after Rogle shot at his wife, but missed then went to a retirement home. He shot and killed both of his parents, just a county DA,.

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"brad kavanagh" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"brad kavanagh" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Brad Kavanagh responds to an accusation of sexual assaults. News has confirmed that a woman is accusing supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh attempting to sexually assault her at a party while they were both in high school back in the early nineteen eighties. Cavenaugh in a statement denied the claim writing I categorically and unequivocally denied this allegation. He continued I did not do this back in high school or at any time. The top democrat on the Senate Judiciary committee Dianne Feinstein of California has referred a complaint regarding Kevin to the FBI for investigation. The woman who has asked not to be identified. I approach democratic lawmakers in July shortly after President Trump nominated Cavanaugh at the White House Jon decker, Fox News seventeen year old Detroit area girl, accused of killing a classmate was laughing as he chased the victim then stabbed her in the chest and back. That's according to a thirties who will filed first degree murder charges against Hanna Lewis. Apple donate. One million dollars to the Red Cross for Florence relief. Apple CEO, Tim cook took to Twitter to say the Carolinas are in our hearts to our employees their first responders and everyone in hurricane Florence's path. Please stay safe adding to help those affected apple is donating one million dollars to the Red Cross was significant flooding. Forecasters are warning of the destruction Florence could leave behind. This isn't the first time apple has donated to the Red Cross in the wake of hurricane. Harvey slamming Texas last year, the tech company gave two million dollars to the organization, I'm Christine Goodwin..

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"brad kavanagh" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"brad kavanagh" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"President he has he's made his supreme court pick brad kavanagh i think an outstanding pick i've heard and listened and read the reaction from democrats including tammy baldwin on that pick tell me about your reaction to her reaction to brad kavanagh if predictable this is tammy baldwin the person who continually high turn the voters in the state of wisconsin pretends to be a moderate but an election year but we certainly know that she far out in the extreme i think the president is doing what he said he would do during the campaign and why so many people voted for him he's keeping his promise he told us that he picked from a list of people who are going to uphold the constitution it's exactly what he did with neil gorsuch it's what he's doing right now with the cavanaugh and so i listened to folks around the state near excited about this they want somebody who is going to look at the constitution and that is a living breathing document but as why founding fathers treated it and you know the left doesn't like that they're going to try to malign him as being far and extreme but i believe that if you look at his track record and that's what's most important he has not been an activist judge and baffled senator baldwin watch someone who will uphold her favorite liberal causes instead of the constitution faith has crept into this as well somebody who who's who believes in in in in religion and faith and why that's important all aspects of our lives i see the reactions from some democrats they seem to have a problem with judges who still practice their faith and talk about it the first time we've heard this especially some county baldwin she has a history of trying to block judges based on their faith if you remember pietro to me this is unacceptable unamerican it goes against our first amendment and we can't allow people like tammy baldwin to struck this nomination because judge poverty ause amana fame that flies in the face of every principle if this country was founded on we're talking to state senator leave of luke moore she's a candidate for the nomination to go up against us senator tammy baldwin in november let's talk about ice immigrations customs enforcement lots of strong comments from democrats i just read a quote from kathy myers was running the first congressional district said it's full of a lot of thugs which frankly is shocking that somebody would say that about a group of men and women just trying to do their job tammy baldwin has been somewhat neutral on this position but i'm guessing you have more to say about that well he was hiding on her position because of course mark pokpand who took her seat in congress is all out against ice wanted to abolish it though i was pressing her every day and it's social media asking her for her position and now because of my efforts oppressed finally got a week answer from her on that but she's still refusing interviews about whether you know how she really feels on how she feels about cavanaugh on the supreme court issue that we just talked about so it's just classic candy baldwin she hide you know i'm not going to stay quiet and let her hide from her extreme agenda the people of wisconsin don't believe that she stands for their mainstream principles for our conservative principles and so you know from my perspective she continues to dodge on this issue but i will continue to hold your feet to the fire on it they centrally joining us wtmj take a quick break we come back when i asked you one about the tv ads that a group is running on your behalf against your and just talking about the tough race rent to get that nomination to go up against tammy baldwin state senator leave luke maye you're on the line while with their next here wtmj nine hundred eighty s these with you on this wednesday we are joined by state senator lee of luke mir i read a story in the journal sentinel i've heard i seen the ads group wisconsin x pac.

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"brad kavanagh" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"brad kavanagh" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"So it's all about brad kavanagh but really it's not about brad kavanagh it's not about the supreme court it's about the left trying to figure out a way to rallied their base because they know that this guy is ultimately going to be confirmed thanks to by the way harry reid yeah the nuclear option so the bottom line for me as i sit back and i eat my popcorn and i watch all of the hysteria because it is entertaining to say the least it's all a bunch of vitriol and wise but it's entertaining any way to see chuck schumer and some of these other folks dianne feinstein out there screaming as well you got elizabeth warren i mean you name it they're all just basically telling lies about bread cabin and they're using wise and exaggerations and it's all about roe versus wade but to me it's even bigger than that it's all about the fact that their base the democrats and the liberals their base they are defeated nothing has worked against president trump they've tried everything they've tried the hysteria over the tax returns they've tried the emoluments clause they've tried this battle over the president with the cons you remember that story they've got the lamar ball situation they've got stormy daniels they've got all of these controversies which i would say or non traverse city's all these controversies and nothing has stock it's like president trump is is the teflon president he's like teflon don the more that they screamed the higher his ratings go up but they just can't figure it out and so they just keep slinging crap against the wall hoping something's gonna stick you know the last couple of weeks it's been all about the kids being separated at the border not much has happened the president and his approval ratings continued to rise and so now brad kavanagh just gives them another reason why they can go into mass hysteria because their their base basis defeated and their base is just not feeling very good in my opinion about the midterm elections and so now this gives the gives them the opportunity to to bring relevance to to their party they tried to bring people to the polls here in the midterm elections because you know what right now the economy's doing well we've won the war on terror things are going really really well and so what the left is doing is they're really trying to bring about this mass hysteria about roe versus wade in about how this guy brad kavanagh is suddenly going to interfere with a bunch of women who are going to start dying because they're now going to be getting illegal abortions i'm that's what the left is saying they're literally saying that women are going to die the second that this guy takes his his oath the second that he's confirmed ignoring the fact that he himself brett cavenaugh himself even told chuck schumer way back in two thousand six he would respect the binding precedent out the supreme court when it came to roe versus wade did he seemingly would not vote to overturn roe versus wade and he's been saying that since two thousand six so this is one of those situations where you've got all of this all of this hysteria and all of this controversy conjured up by the left to.

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