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"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

03:30 min | 9 months ago

"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Back America. I'm Hugh Hewitt. Welcome back, America, I'm Hugh Hewitt inside the bellway joined by David drucker, Washington examiner, writer, and of course author of in Trump's shadow. They have a drucker I'm glad we missed earlier in this week at night and tell me what you think about KB J before the Senate. What did you make of you after these hearings? Well, you know, it's really interesting here. I think it really kind of tells you where the country's politics are today and it really is a great example of how prevalent cultural issues have become in our politics on the left and the right. From a Republican perspective on the one hand, you can see multiple plots playing out right on the one hand, they're trying to treat her at least some Republican senators, particularly respectfully, as if to say, we're not going to Kavanaugh on her. We're not going to do to her what you did to brick Cavanaugh, which is very basis allegations that have nothing to do with anything. On the other hand, we have some potential 2024 candidates who are staking their claim to some of the issues that matter so much to Republican voters. And then we have issues of the day that are very current now and in the midterm elections with these questions about reviews on crime and reviews on critical race theory. And things of that nature, it's all of this is sort of together in a big political suit that tells you where we are and where we're headed in the next two elections. Yes, David drucker. I originally set the over under at 65 Senate votes for her, 'cause I clerked on the D.C. circuit for roger Robin, George McKinnon. Judge McKinnon was on the first sentencing commission that was the clerk on that. I just think the D.C. circuit is the natural training ground for Supreme Court nominees, so I read a record. I looked at her accomplishments ten years on the trial bench. I said she'll get confirmed. Her answer is yesterday on child porn sentencing with Josh hawley dropped that over a 153. Along with the CRT discussion, do you believe she really didn't know anything about the curriculum at Georgetown day school? Well, I think it's possible, you know, at some of my kids to a private school, there's a board and the board isn't necessarily involved in aspects of curriculum, but in management of the school. And particularly, given that the board members have actual day jobs and this is a side gig, it's possible, I would say, and I hate that the debate court issues with fun of your particular areas of expertise. The just as a matter of politics, I probably put her over under originally at, I don't know. I mean, 55, if I mean generous, more likely, 53 54. She'll get confirmed. I just think it's hard in the current moment that we're in for members of the opposite party to vote for a president's nominee, whereas that nominee and those same senators transported 20, 30, 40 years ago, with a few exceptions and more aware of what happened with bork and some others, they would have just been confirmed by massive margins..

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"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Ace and TJ

Ace and TJ

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Ace and TJ

"I don't watch any of them we're we solved right so you've been listening to the show and you've heard something alarming. What was it This person. I guess they wanna be anonymous I find it alarming that. Tj enjoys candy corn. A lot of people a lot of Yesterday the you're talking about that that if you throw a peanuts in mixed peanut sandwich candy corn yeah i mean that makes that much better their whole you know trail mixes and checks mixes and all of that stuff that involve candy corn. But i just like it by itself. But i tell you what i don't like is when people put the accent on corn instead of candy candy corn or have some candy corn yeah candy. Corn don't like candy corn. What's the other way to say candy. Corn candy corn Bigger can't yeah. I think it is. Somebody's insulted you regan's on the face not insulted as somebody said i believe he's an alcoholic. There wasn't a joke do it. it was just. I think he's an alarming and they say. Do this coming one from twitter. Riggins said i was alarmed once so maybe not anymore. Alarm wants when reagan was talking about his ex girlfriend. It seems like he's a lonely person and it makes me sad. And i worried that i worry. That is why he drinks so much. I think he's i think he's so funny and sweet. He deserves a wonderful person to make him happy at his home. What about talking about my ex-girlfriend major thing. I was lonely. I that's why. I don't have the anymore because i i need to be alone right now. This an intervention total downer. Tell you what. I wasn't in my apartment like crying all the time loan. Why are you attacking me any other like bomber downer news because it's so so untrue and that the people will jump to that conclusion of just because you you drink a lot of beer beer i mean. There's a new brick cavanaugh. I love beer. I like beer was good. But that's not what i was expecting. You know it wasn't. It wasn't anticipating going in that direction. But how could it be like. It's alarming things like It's alarming to hear you know how much alexis does this or that could be something funny. Like how much. Alexis dances in her. Living room by herself with disco ball going. Do you find alarming. alarming Yeah i could see how people would think that was. I mean just to make make a funny joke about it. Not not really alarming like you need l. I mean not cy psychological hill but maybe help from from You know somebody who knows about classes sophistications. They help tj in. There's a guy in Thanh i think in taiwan who had to go to the doctor because something happened to him at his house and then he didn't even file an insurance claim. Insurance contacted him and said. Hey we're gonna pay that claim. Any man goes through what you did. You need some help. Wait until you find out what sent him to the hospital coming up. Next is the ace. 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Every day is a great day to shop appliances at lowe's. Us this is the show. Okay this is one of those stories you're going to You're going to put yourself in this guy's position and you're going to have What they call empathy or is it sympathy. I think his sympathy empathy is when you have experienced something yourself so you feel what the other person is feeling right. I don't know i think so. Sympathy just means that you feel sorry for him because empathy gets misused. A lot in our society in our Leprechaun if you will but this guy is in taiwan. That's not why you're going to feel sorry for his name is ye and he recently just wore himself out cleaning up around his house. I mean he was just exhausted so he decided to take a nap and he did like everybody. Does you know even in. Us america he stripped off all of his clothes and lay down on the floor to take a nap. If i had a nickel for every time. I had done that when i was tired at home. But at some point he was awakened by a sharp pain in his groin so he looked down and saw a giant centipede that had attached itself to him in that area and it was still latched onto him so he freaked crush the centipede with his fist. Which by the way. That couldn't have been pleasant if it still attached to him. Yeah and he and he had a hit himself to to crush the centipede but he's still needed medical attention so he went to the hospital. And you got all patched up but What he didn't see coming was his insurance company contacted him and told him that he was entitled to a payout because of the centipede by It doesn't say the amount he got but they covered his loss of income while he recovered. So but i mean it makes sense. It got a homeowner's policy. He was injured in the home. How big say how. Big giant centipede was no. But it. just you gotta figure if it's big enough to make send him to the hospital. I didn't know centipedes bite either thinking that they can latch on everything in taiwan buying everything bites and if it doesn't assume that it does okay. I just google giant centipede. Day are some the size of rats. And there's one guy's got his arm out and it goes from the tip of his fingers up to his passes elbow discuss. Now i'm really i mean. They vary in size but the most majority probably.

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"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"Was state representative. Donna mcleod. so we'll talk about this. These people have lied and they. I think a lot. Well maybe maybe they don't a lot of people know that it was a straight lie when it comes to anita hill and i am declaring it. A nita was liar just like christine blasi for the straight up liar. It's one of these things. One of the benefits of having gone through the court system is honestly i. It's always different when you go it. Okay let's let's put it this way. You always look good when your attorney is asking the questions when you're cross examined It tells a different story. And that's always the case if someone is consistent and concise. they're good witness but the vast majority of people witnesses that you see you'll see a crack they'll make one mistake literally within the first I can't recall the chris. Unthinking christine blasi ford not the trial but when she was cross examined i forget the name of the lady. It literally took about a minute where she started contradicting herself and many people. If you're not familiar with court settings won't pick up on it but right away okay. She's lying she's lying and then evidence came out later that she was completely lying that it was completely political but that swept under the rug. And now you still have. Fifty percent of americans that thing. Brick cavanaugh is some type of gang rapes. But that's how the left rose. The left is evil. I'm not talking about every democrat. I'm not talking about a liberal per se but the left the radical left they are evil people and you should You should recognize that Another another f that Sean thought about during the break is binding is the father of a crack it. So there's a there's another f- for you. well listen. I wanna grow through the list. I wanna go through the list..

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"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Skullduggery

"And what that meant is think about all those cova cases that we're decided all the voting rights cases that were decided a whole bunch of death penalty cases that were decided without any full litigation below without briefing without argument. This is a shadow docket case. This is a case that started to go to trial on this incredibly narrow question not even on the merits of weather. This law is unconstitutional under roe. And casey. we know it's unconstitutional. That question has never been touched. The question is whether a court can hear it whether a federal court can even hear this because technically the law was designed so that only a texas court can hear it and only once a clinic is on the hook and so this federal court in texas started to hear this case started to try to figure out whether folks had standing. Who would the defendants were. Were starting to do that. The fifth circuit stopped. The trial literally. Said no we don't even want an expedited trial. You can't even hear this at that point the plaintiffs in the case which are a bunch of clinics abortion providers raced the supreme court again. Paradoxically the supreme court that's about to overturn roe. In the case they race to the supreme court and said stop this. Stop this law. From going into effect at midnight on wednesday and that was the posture. The posture was quite literally. You know a couple of briefs and a part of a trial and the supreme court. I think was widely expected to do something about that to make a decision that hey nobody overrules bro but us and we sure as hell are allowed texas to overrule roe and we're not going to let them do it in weird sideways fashion. The court last night at midnight did nothing where the liberals where were the three liberals on the court did they. Why didn't they weigh in at least right. Something file something. I guess my you're going to see a very very very angry. Dissent from the denial. When there's an order that comes out you will have the liberals writing. I think in very very heated fashion. This have to be a word or coming out. well. I think that somebody's gotta write something the cake. The court has granted this now so presumably. We're waiting to hear and they've granted the emergency petition. From the what are they grant they just. They just didn't do anything day all they didn't stay it and i think as i said most of us expected or maybe i shouldn't speak for most of us but i can speak for me at least something because the court has been inclined and particularly i would say brick cavanaugh. Who now becomes this really important player here. In a lot of these cases that attempted to force row onto the docket before court was ready to take it. Justice kavanagh did some hair-splitting procedural wave his arms around thing to make it go away under this idea that no. We're going to do this if and when we're ready my guess is you're going to get some thing and also it's worth saying the minute somebody actually brings an action against a provider or an eight or in a better in texas. Then we have a reason for the court to get involved right then that does become the next question for maybe nothing until that happens which could be quite what i mean. The court could certainly do. I think and again victoria. Correct me if i'm wrong. We're all expecting the court to say something having asked for briefing. Even though it's moot now this thing has gone into effect. I think there is some expectation that the court will say or do something but more likely what they'll do now is i think wait. Maybe it's best to describe it as a kind of game of chicken where the court is waiting to see what's going to happen in texas and texas is waiting to see what the court's gonna do and everybody's perfectly happy with that state of affairs because it means that row has been nullified in texas or you. You said a couple of times. Now that the expectation or your expectation is they are going to strike down roe. V wade in the mississippi case which they've already granted cert on but you know there is an alternative narrative that Cavanaugh who you mentioned is very much a split. The difference guy. he's Has sort of the same judicial temperament as his good friend on the court up then good friend on. The court of appeals merrick. Garland who's not a rabble rouser. Either and that you know he'll find some way perhaps with roberts to you know maybe further restrict roe v wade. But they're not going to overturn it for all. the obvious. reasons have been thing for quite some time that i do not think the court is going to write the sentence roe. V wade is overturned. It makes no sense. Why would the court be top of the fold a one news particularly in election years. There's no reason to do it. You can just end roe v wade by drip drip drip by a thousand cuts. So i had no expectation. Even before amy conybeare came on the court that the court would ever do the radical thing of saying out loud. What they were doing when they can affect you. Wait the same outcome by a million small one of the reasons the mississippi case since the mississippi case i think it's just a matter of saying whatever undue burden meant coming out of casey. Now we're just gonna define undue burden out of existence. We're not going to ever find something to be an undue burden on a women seeking an abortion you can do and by the way that would be in keeping with starring decisive. No but that's the beauty of what. I just filed a piece saying like this is the beauty of the shadow duck it and this is the beauty of kind of dancing between the raindrops. Like what the justices are doing doing both in plain sight but amid so much jargon that they can say they're preserving the spirit of row there preserving the spirit of casey while changing the test in ways that make abortion virtually on accessible to in the states. That wanna do away with abortion mississippi. I truly believe will not be have have a clinic. At the end of this case and for the states that have one or two remaining clinics that will be the outcome without ever writing. The sentence roe v wade is overturned. It won't change the viability test right. I mean so. I mean the texas law won't be upheld. I don't think that a six week. Viable i mean the the mississippi case is a fifteen week viability then so that was another way in which the texas case so radical because these heartbeat bills are such a far cry from the viability test. Right so fifteen. Weeks is is the kind of chipping away..

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"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on NPR News Now

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"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Pod Save America

"For sponsoring this episode. Last saturday the federal vixen moratorium expired which had protected nearly eleven million americans who had fallen behind on rent during the pandemic from being thrown out of their homes the biden administration said. They didn't think they had the legal authority to extend the moratorium on their own. Democratic leaders in congress said they didn't have the votes to pass an extension because of the filibuster in the senate but a few members led by congresswoman corey. Bush refused to take no for an answer protested and camp outside the capitol and on tuesday the cdc announced they were extending the moratorium for counties with high cova infection rates until october third. A move the president biden said would cover up to ninety percent of renters. First term congressman. Monday jones of new york was one of the members protesting outside the capitol. He joins us now to talk about how we got here. And what happens next congressman. Welcome to the pod. Thanks for having me man it's it's a pleasure. I'm a big fan will thank you. We're we're happy to have you here of all of the disappointing votes decisions you've seen since you've been in washington. Why was this one so important for you to protest. It was so important to protest because as many as eleven million people stood to be evicted from their homes and many of those people in the words of congresswoman corey bush would have died whether from the delta variant or some other version of the cove in nineteen virus or from exposure to the elements or violence. And we're not just talking about parents talking about children in some instances infant and the entire time. The white house had the authority to issue. What ended up being a new more tori and of course congress should never have resist without holding a vote on this question why especially as someone who grew up in section eight housing himself. And who knows what. It's like to be housing insecure at people like cory bush in alexandria cossio. Cortez decide to take matters into our own. Ants through protests while i'm glad you did I think the question is what happens now. Right the new moratorium last until october third The courts could strike it down at any moment. It seemed like the supreme court had had given a single signal through brick cavanaugh. That they would if the administration did something like this So so what's the plan between now and october third to make sure we don't face this again. The plan is to disperse the approximately forty six point. Five billion dollars that congress has already allocated for this very purpose through legislation at the state level. I'm in new york. State and much has been said about our governor in recent months one of the challenges is that he has not disperse the order over two billion dollars and he's been sitting on a to people who urgently need rental assistance. So this isn't even a red state issue. Do you have any idea why that is. We have blue state governors sitting on a billions of dollars. This bureaucracy is this. I read a couple things about how some landlords were having trouble. Actually getting tenants to participate in the program. Because there's paperwork involved like is there any idea what the source of. This problem is here to be sure. There are ways that we can improve upon the process of getting relief both to tenants and to landlords right any one idea is Empowering landlords to go to a governmental agency and get those funds directly so that people who are housing insecure in facing a variety of issues including navy insufficient resources to be able to to navigate. This process. Don't have to be the one standing in the way of landlords being may all end and of securing housing for themselves that they are currently and i'm not gonna try to get into the mind of my governor but i can tell you that there's no excuse for In it's why i along with the rest of the new york. Congressional delegation signed a letter recently calling on the state to administer those phones at already been allocated by congress and now with respect to read state governor. I don't believe that government should be helping anybody right is there. Is there any plan there. Is this going to require. Legislation is their hopes that legislation we pass can the administration itself do more on its own. What is what are some of the options. Well one of the challenges is that even if congress specifically the house had passed legislation creating or imposing a new eviction moratorium. On friday of last week it would have died likely in the senate where all good things go to die which is why it was incumbent upon the white house do what it could on at least a temporary basis if the supreme court ultimately does strike down the moratorium but also i will just know that the filibuster is something that the white house could take a public position on and help us get rid of. And so you don't get to say like it's on you congress and then you remove yourself from the legislative process when it comes to stuff like this and voting rights But but not a bipartisan infrastructure. Package it all comes back to that. Damn filibuster doesn't it unfortunately You you pointed out that the pas on student loan collection will expire. On september thirtieth. What's your sense. On whether the biden administration will extend that. And how long do you think they should speaking to someone who along with people like chuck schumer elizabeth warren ilhan omar ianna presley On adams and others has said. Mr president you have clear authority under the higher education. Act to cancel federally owned student debt. Which accounts for the vast majority of student debt in this country in. You should use that authority to cancel up to fifty thousand dollars a student for every person who has We are in a situation where wages have been stagnant for literally decades even as the cost of a four year education. Higher education has skyrocketed. So i wanna. I want to just say that for context at a minimum. We should be extending the pause on the collection of on student debt as well as the accrual of interest which is the other thing that has been paused until such time as the pandemic is over..

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"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"You've supreme court justice cavanaugh. Warning last month when the supreme court allowed one month extension of the victim moratorium to stand at any further extensions would have to go through congress. So what has the leadership said to you since they went home. So what we are hearing. Is that Yes that is what we're hearing that that is what the cdc and that is what the administration is is What they're looking at to say. Okay we cannot We we can't do this. Congress has to act. But what we're saying is let's do both let congress act in you do something that can happen immediately. It could have happened on friday. Could have happened before. Friday could have happened. You know could happened on saturday. We're asking them to go ahead and do that At least by us some time and know we know we know what brick cavanaugh says As far as we're concerned that his statement was not a supreme court ruling his his statement out of his mouth. That was not a supreme court ruling so Let the fort's if if that's what needs to happen best not for us to worry about the house. Our job is to make sure that That we're legislating and right now. The how there is power in the pin of the president of the united states. I thank you so much for joining us outside of the capitol outside the house is you have been an housed yourself and now a house member congress cory. Bush represents missouri's first congressional districts since friday. She's been sleeping on the steps of the capitol to protest or house colleagues journey for august recess without passing extension on the eviction moratorium for renters. Stay safe congressman bush. Shake when we come back we continue our conversation with the authors of inflamed deep medicine the anatomy of injustice and we'll look at the connections between the pandemic and the climate crisis will look at a new film the ant and the grasshopper stay with us Okay allowing musician alan mogo. This is democracy now. Democracy now dot org the warren peace report as we end today show with a groundbreaking documentary on the climate crisis and the global food system. The film is called and the aunts and the grasshopper it follows the journey of anita gitai farmer and activists malawi with the soils food and healthy communities practice. She tries to end hunger and gender inequality in our village and tackle climate crisis in the united states. This is the film's trailer nice. Show and i have this gift worse. Do reach people really. How can you allow your partner to suffer with too much work. A malawian activists maria maria florida. It rains for us. Maybe three times a year in all the crops dry out is on a mission if it's soil food and healthy communities todd steady was climate change because of what they're doing in places like america me down worried if you want someone to change and go to their doorstep with your problems. I need that you tie and her friends are traveling across america. Were middle feel. Like i'm dreaming and i wonder when i will wake up to meet farmers and community leaders splayed then newsfeed. I don't see it as an issue of mark to talk about climate change. How are you seeing the framing. Fifteen your we see it more as a political agenda and we'll take traffic is the truth. Takes long to spread.

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"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Well we did all we could do and Not apply the pressure needed to make sure that people aren't forced out of their homes and They bet this offense just work. You've supreme court justice cavanaugh. Warning last month when the supreme court allowed one month extension of the victim moratorium to stand at any further extensions would have to go through congress. So what has the leadership said to you since they went home. So what we are hearing. Is that Yes that is what we're hearing that that is what the cdc and that is what the administration is is What they're looking at to say. Okay we cannot We we can't do this. Congress has to act. But what we're saying is let's do both let congress act in you do something that can happen immediately. It could have happened on friday. Could have happened before. Friday could have happened. You know could happened on saturday. We're asking them to go ahead and do that To at least by us some time and know we know we know what brick cavanaugh says As far as we're concerned that his statement was not a supreme court ruling his his statement out of his mouth that was not a supreme court ruling so Let the fort's if if that's what needs to happen best map for us to worry about the house. Our job is to make sure that That we're legislating and right now. The how there is power in the pin of the president of the united states. I thank you so much for joining us outside of the capitol outside the house is you have been an housed yourself and now a house member congress cory. Bush represents missouri's first congressional districts since friday. She's been sleeping on the steps of the capitol to protest or house colleagues journey for august recess without passing extension on the eviction moratorium for renters. Stay safe congressman bush. Shake when we come back we continue our conversation with the authors of inflamed deep medicine the anatomy of injustice and we'll look at the connections between the pandemic and the climate crisis will look at a new film the ant and the grasshopper stay with us Okay allowing musician alan mogo. This is democracy now. Democracy now dot org the warren peace report as we end today show with a groundbreaking documentary on the climate crisis and the global food system. The film is called and the aunts and the grasshopper it follows the journey of anita gitai farmer and activists in malawi with the soils food and healthy communities practice. She tries to end hunger and gender inequality in our village and tackle climate crisis in the united states. This is the film's trailer nice. Show and i have this gift worse. Do reach people really. How can you allow your partner to suffer with too much work. A malawian activists maria maria florida. It rains for us. Maybe three times a year in all the crops dry out is on a mission if it's soil food and healthy communities todd steady climate change because of what they're doing in places like america were down worried if you want someone to change and go to their doorstep with your problems. I need that you tie and her friends are traveling across. America were miss. I feel like i'm dreaming. And i wonder when i will wake up to meet farmers and community leaders splayed then newsfeed. I don't see it as an issue of mark to talk about climate change. How are you seeing the framing. Fifteen your we see it more as a political agenda. We'll take traffic is the truth. Takes long to spread.

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"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Well we did all we could do and Not apply the pressure needed to make sure that people aren't forced out of their homes and They bet this offense just work. You've supreme court justice cavanaugh. Warning last month when the supreme court allowed one month extension of the victim moratorium to stand at any further extensions would have to go through congress. So what has the leadership said to you since they went home. So what we are hearing. Is that Yes that is what we're hearing that that is what the cdc and that is what the administration is is What they're looking at to say. Okay we cannot We we can't do this. Congress has to act. But what we're saying is let's do both let congress act in you do something that can happen immediately. It could have happened on friday. Could have happened before. Friday could have happened. You know could happened on saturday. We're asking them to go ahead and do that To at least buy us some time and know we know we know what brick cavanaugh says As far as we're concerned that his statement was not a supreme court ruling his his statement out of his mouth that was not a supreme court ruling so Let the fort's if if that's what needs to happen best not for us to worry about the house. Our job is to make sure that That we're legislating and right now. The how there is power in the pin of the president of the united states. I thank you so much for joining us outside of the capitol outside the house is you have been an housed yourself and now a house member congress cory. Bush represents missouri's first congressional districts since friday. She's been sleeping on the steps of the capitol to protest or house colleagues journey for august recess without passing extension on the eviction moratorium for renters. Stay safe congressman bush. Shake when we come back we continue our conversation with the authors of inflamed deep medicine the anatomy of injustice and we'll look at the connections between the pandemic and the climate crisis will look at a new film the ant and the grasshopper stay with us Okay allowing musician alan mogo. This is democracy now. Democracy now dot org the warren peace report as we end today show with a groundbreaking documentary on the climate crisis and the global food system. The film is called and the aunts and the grasshopper it follows the journey of anita gitai farmer and activists in malawi with the soils food and healthy communities practice. She tries to end hunger and gender inequality in our village and tackle climate crisis in the united states. This is the film's trailer nice. Show and i have this gift. Do reach people really. How can you allow your partner to suffer with too much work. A malawian activists maria maria florida. It rains for us maybe three times a year. They did all the crops. Dry out is on a mission if it's soil food and healthy communities todd steady was climate change because of what they're doing in places like america were down worried if you want someone to change and go to their doorstep with your problems. I need that you tie and her friends are traveling across america. Were miss. i feel like i'm dreaming. And i wonder when i will wake up to meet. Farmers and community leaders today signed splayed then newsfeed donald. See it as an issue of mark to talk about climate change. How are you seeing the framing. Fifteen your we see it more as a political agenda.

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"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"If we need to go back and and try to work on getting more funding but right now what we have on the table already out there ready to go that forty billion dollars. We have to move it. We have to move and we have to move it down because we need in order for people to stay in those homes yes we understand that landlords needs to pay the newspaper mortgage huffing. So that is why. We're we're also stressing to the states those localities to get that money moving and get into the hands of the people who who supposed the habit congresswoman pravesh. How long do you plan to sleep out. On the capitol steps. And how many people are you sleeping out there with. I'm out here until change happens. You know we've. I've never said a date that. Let me tell you our one hour before we came out here. I didn't know i would be out here And didn't know each day. I didn't i didn't know if there would be another day And so we're going moment by moment and when change happens we can go home. What we one thing that we cannot do is we cannot say. Well we did all we could do and Not apply the pressure needed to make sure that people aren't forced out of their homes and They bet this offense just work. You've supreme court justice cavanaugh. Warning last month when the supreme court allowed one month extension of the victim moratorium to stand at any further extensions would have to go through congress. So what has the leadership said to you since they went home. So what we are hearing. Is that Yes that is what we're hearing that that is what the cdc and that is what the administration is is What they're looking at to say. Okay we cannot We we can't do this. Congress has to act. But what we're saying is let's do both let congress act in you do something that can happen immediately. It could have happened on friday. Could have happened before. Friday could have happened. You know could happen on saturday. We're asking them to go ahead and do that At least by us some time and know we know we know what brick cavanaugh says As far as we're concerned know that his statement was not a supreme court ruling his his statement out of his mouth. That was not a supreme court ruling so Let the fort's if if that's what needs to happen best not for us to worry about the house. Our job is to make sure that That we're legislating and right now. The how there is power in the pin of the president of the united states. I thank you so much for joining us outside of the capitol outside the house is you have been an housed yourself and now a house member congress cory. Bush represents missouri's first congressional districts since friday. She's been sleeping on the steps of the capitol to protest or house colleagues journey for august recess without passing extension on the eviction moratorium for renters. Stay safe congressman bush. Shake when we come back we continue our conversation with the authors of inflamed deep medicine the anatomy of injustice and we'll look at the connections between the pandemic and the climate crisis will.

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"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"If we need to go back and and try to work on getting more funding than we can do that but but right now what we have on the table already out there. Ready to go that forty billion dollars. We have to move it. We have to move and we have to move it down because we need in order for people to stay in those homes yes we understand that landlords needs to pay the newspaper mortgage huffing. So that is why. We're we're also stressing to the states those localities to get that money moving and get into the hands of the people who who supposed the habit congresswoman pravesh. How long do you plan to sleep out. On the capitol steps. And how many people are you sleeping out there with. I'm out here until change happens. You know we've. I've never said a date that. Let me tell you our one hour before we came out here. I didn't know i would be out here And didn't know each day. I didn't i didn't know if there would be another day And so we're going moment by moment and when change happens we can go home. What we one thing that we cannot do is we cannot say. Well we did all we could do and Not apply the pressure needed to make sure that people aren't forced out of their homes and They bet this offense just work. You've supreme court justice cavanaugh. Warning last month when the supreme court allowed one month extension of the victim moratorium to stand at any further extensions would have to go through congress. So what has the leadership said to you since they went home. So what we are hearing. Is that Yes that is what we're hearing that that is what the cdc and that is what the administration is is What they're looking at to say. Okay we cannot We we can't do this. Congress has to act. But what we're saying is let's do both let congress act in you do something that can happen immediately. It could have happened on friday. Could have happened before. Friday could have happened. You know could happened on saturday. We're asking them to go ahead and do that At least by us some time and know we know we know what brick cavanaugh says As far as we're concerned know that his statement was not a supreme court ruling his his statement out of his mouth. That was not a supreme court ruling so Let the fort's if if that's what needs to happen best not for us to worry about the house. Our job is to make sure that That we're legislating and right now. The how there is power in the pin of the president of the united states. I thank you so much for joining us outside of the capitol outside the house is you have been an housed yourself and now a house member congress cory. Bush represents missouri's first congressional districts since friday. She's been sleeping on the steps of the capitol to protest or house colleagues journey for august recess without passing extension on the eviction moratorium for renters. Stay safe congressman bush. Shake when we come back we continue our conversation with the authors of inflamed deep medicine the anatomy of injustice and we'll look at the connections between the pandemic and the climate crisis will.

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"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"If we need to go back and and try to work on getting more funding but right now what we have on the table already out there ready to go that forty billion dollars. We have to move it. We have to move and we have to move it down because we need in order for people to stay in those homes yes we understand that landlords needs to pay the newspaper mortgage huffing. So that is why. We're we're also stressing to the states those localities to get that money moving and get into the hands of the people who who supposed the habit congresswoman pravesh. How long do you plan to sleep out. On the capitol steps. And how many people are you sleeping out there with. I'm out here until change happens. You know we've. I've never said a date that. Let me tell you our one hour before we came out here. I didn't know i would be out here And didn't know each day. I didn't i didn't know if there would be another day And so we're going moment by moment and when change happens we can go home. What we one thing that we cannot do is we cannot say. Well we did all we could do and Not apply the pressure needed to make sure that people aren't forced out of their homes and They bet this offense just work. You've supreme court justice cavanaugh. Warning last month when the supreme court allowed one month extension of the victim moratorium to stand at any further extensions would have to go through congress. So what has the leadership said to you since they went home. So what we are hearing. Is that Yes that is what we're hearing that that is what the cdc and that is what the administration is is What they're looking at to say. Okay we cannot We we can't do this. Congress has to act. But what we're saying is let's do both let congress act in you do something that can happen immediately. It could have happened on friday. Could have happened before. Friday could have happened. You know could happened on saturday. We're asking them to go ahead and do that At least by us some time and know we know we know what brick cavanaugh says As far as we're concerned know that his statement was not a supreme court ruling his his statement out of his mouth. That was not a supreme court ruling so Let the fort's if if that's what needs to happen best not for us to worry about the house. Our job is to make sure that That we're legislating and right now. The how there is power in the pin of the president of the united states. I thank you so much for joining us outside of the capitol outside the house is you have been an housed yourself and now a house member congress cory. Bush represents missouri's first congressional districts since friday. She's been sleeping on the steps of the capitol to protest or house colleagues journey for august recess without passing extension on the eviction moratorium for renters. Stay safe congressman bush. Shake when we come back we continue our conversation with the authors of inflamed deep medicine the anatomy of injustice and we'll look at the connections between the pandemic and the climate crisis will.

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"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"If we need to go back and and try to work on getting more funding than we can do that but but right now what we have on the table already out there. Ready to go that forty billion dollars. We have to move it. We have to move and we have to move it down because we need in order for people to stay in those homes yes we understand that landlords needs to pay newspaper mortgage huffing. So that is why. We're we're also stressing to the states those localities to get that money moving and get into the hands of the people who who supposed the habit congresswoman pravesh. How long do you plan to sleep out. On the capitol steps. And how many people are you sleeping out there with. I'm out here until change happens. You know we've. I've never said a date that. Let me tell you our one hour before we came out here. I didn't know i would be out here And didn't know each day. I didn't i didn't know if there would be another day And so we're going moment by moment and when change happens we can go home. What we one thing that we cannot do is we cannot say. Well we did all we could do and Not apply the pressure needed to make sure that people aren't forced out of their homes and They bet this offense just work. You've supreme court justice cavanaugh. Warning last month when the supreme court allowed one month extension of the victim moratorium to stand at any further extensions would have to go through congress. So what has the leadership said to you since they went home. So what we are hearing. Is that Yes that is what we're hearing that that is what the cdc and that is what the administration is is What they're looking at to say. Okay we cannot We we can't do this. Congress has to act. But what we're saying is let's do both let congress act in you do something that can happen immediately. It could have happened on friday. Could have happened before. Friday could have happened. You know could happened on saturday. We're asking them to go ahead and do that At least buy us some time and know we know we know what brick cavanaugh says As far as we're concerned you know that his statement was not a supreme court ruling his his statement out of his mouth. That was not a supreme court ruling so Let the fort's if if that's what needs to happen best not for us to worry about the house. Our job is to make sure that That we're legislating and right now. The how there is power in the pin of the president of the united states. I thank you so much for joining us outside of the capitol outside the house is you have been an housed yourself and now a house member congress cory. Bush represents missouri's first congressional districts since friday. She's been sleeping on the steps of the capitol to protest or house colleagues journey for august recess without passing extension on the eviction moratorium for renters. Stay safe congressman bush. Shake when we come back we continue our conversation with the authors of inflamed deep medicine the anatomy of injustice and we'll look at the connections between the pandemic and the climate crisis will.

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"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

Don't Worry About The Government

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

"The my name. Is chris november. Now this is take two of. Don't worry about the government you can see the first ten minutes or so up on patriot. Dot com. I will upload the video it gets aborted midway through because i lose power in my apartment which crashes zoom but the opening monologue here on the first story i think is good. It stands intact if i don't like this opening monologue on this show. I'm going to replace it with that one. I've got a nice little clean opening section and it was actually rather fighter to see me just in the darkness with nothing but the blue light of my usb microphone slightly keeping my face illuminated very spooky very ominous anyways. How are you guys all doing. I hope you are well. It's just me on the show today. we have. I hate to say it kind of a dire slate. I try to make these somewhat upbeat. The last episode we had that positive bit of global news involving the global tax rate may be be being discussed and establishing a minimum tax rate around the world. And i think that's a really positive step however here on the domestic front this week. There's not a lot of good news. let's get right into it. The trump thrall on the republican party is going to continue for at least another four years. Donald trump spoke at cpac here in in his speech at cpac He did a number of things. One made it fairly clear that he is running for president to he started lashing out at people who maybe didn't stand up for him. We saw an example of this with what he said about brett cavenaugh and he was upset. That brick cavanaugh. Didn't stand up for him when it came time for the court challenges because he stood by brad kavanagh he could have pulled that nomination. That's what a true borking is right. The republican president pulls a nomination. Donald trump didn't do that. He held the line for brett cavenaugh. Brad kavanagh did not hold the line for him. That's interesting there. Seems to be a bit of score-settling here in this new four years iteration of donald trump. And that certainly something to watch but the other thing to watch here is something. That's fairly alarming. Which is that. Donald trump is doing the charlottesville treatment with the domestic terrorists. On one six saying that these were great people. If that sounds like charlottesville because he said basically the same thing charlottesville these were very fine people on both sides you know and he mentioned that maybe some of them were maybe bad on the protesters sides at charlottesville. He didn't even do that with one six. Let's get into some the quotes here. The crowd was unbelievable. And i mentioned the word. Love the love in the air. I've never seen anything like it. He said of his rally on the ellipse. That's why they went to washington. He added too much spirit and faith in love. There was such love at that rally. You had over a million people inflating the size of the rally crowd the rally of domestic terrorists and then he continues onward and this is what the republicans who are now going to be on that commission to investigate one. Six are certainly going to use to schmaltz up the commission. And that is the story of ashley. Babbitt donald trump will give it for us. I don't even need to summarize it. Who is the person that shot an innocent wonderful incredible woman a military woman right. In the head trump said there is no repercussion. That were on the other side. It'd be the biggest story in this country. Who shot ashley babbitt. People wanna know. Why ashley babbitt of course was one of the many people who entered the capital without permission on one six in an attempt to influence lawmakers to not go through their constitutionally required provision in certifying the election therefore trying to disrupt a constitutional provision a constitutional action basically creating terrorism that is the textbook definition of terrorism. When you were trying to stop a political affair using violent demonstration force anyway forced entry in this case is a form of violence and that is exactly what these people did on one six referring to his own remarks before the crowd before those stormed the capital. He said it was a very mild mannered speech. Trump also suggested that the blame for any violence that day could be placed on nancy pelosi and other democrats because they didn't take the potential for violence seriously. One thing about trump that this is part of what gives him such power is he goes all in. He owns it and another thing about trump. That scares the shit me coming out of the speeches when he talked about impeachment He was talking about bill bar. Kind of being constitutionally weak not in the way that we would think of most constitutionally weak but being constitutionally week when there were threats of teaching bill bar like once there was actual thoughts of going after bill bar for the litany of things that he had done during his fairly short tenure as attorney general but about one that will be quite memorable in the annals of ag history and the story and checkered past ag. History to Bill bar will rank up there for quite a long time. He was talking about bill bars. Reaction to impeachment as basically shrinking demurring on the bill. Bar eventually said okay. There are certain things that i won't do for example. He resigned before the one six riots trump said of impeachment that it made him worse and this is what makes me so alarmed about him running again and what concerns me a lot about the media's coverage of joe bot or not joe biden of donald trump joe biden and the establishment democrats reaction to donald trump going all the way back to the primaries joe biden said and this was his pitch to the democratic electorate of which i am a part that the reason we should vote for him and not one of our preferred candidates There were many that he could get things done in washington that he knew how to work with the other side and it was important to pick him because he knew how to work with the other side and the other side. This fever that they've had this trump fever. It was going to break that you go away almost like what trump was saying about cope. It would go away like a miracle and joe biden. Promise this for a very long time. I've been making fun of it on twitter for several months now referring to it as coming to their senses which is a joe biden. Line about this. They're not coming to their senses. Donald trump is who the republican party is in his imprint..

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"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

Louder With Crowder

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

"Not hire of january sixth donald. Trump's roll the ride in fact senate. Democrats even avoided using the word. Insurrection to describe the insurrection. Okay really quickly. Look at this right now on cnn. There's just happens to be going online right now. Right now lawyer write it. Was his writer argues. He felt threatened by hero officer. Jensen's initial traction that united they're trying associated with cunanan. Look let me be really clear. I'm sure there were some people there. Of course who were. Who were cunanan's to me was so proven. Verifiably false okay. There's nothing to do with people who voted for donald trump and hundreds of thousands of people who were there who are peaceful patriots and certainly the people who donald trump identified as his supporters saying peacefully. Make your voices heard so you know by the way really quickly. If you have kids watching right now i would advise you to probably have them leave the room because we are going to show side by side. The absolute worst footage from the january sixth riots. The worst possible footage side by side with the black lives matter rights and the anti-gay rights. I just want to warn you. It's not that we're trying to. But i think it's age appropriate trigger warning right. Don't want nine year olds watching it because it disturbed me. They wanted to nine eleven style commission to investigate the january six writes republicans filibustered it. Yeah so what they want to do it with the filibuster also know all the they were huge fans when fifty something percent i think it was forty. Eight percent of them. Used it to to block civil rights. Now it's like what does that doesn't want to block a bias commission again. I think that you could have a deal. If we talk about partisan guarantee republicans would sign onto it. If you say also same commission to black lives matter into the right. It's a delight. Take tomorrow absolute. And what do you think they're doing stephen. The there are multiple investigations that are ongoing right now. In fact the report that they're citing wasn't investigation into what happened on her. Sixth does it do. Does anyone know the name of the officer who sh- the only person who killed anybody ash actually better. No no wanna be clear. I'm not saying that that was i. Don't we don't even know if that was a bad shot. I just wanna know one. An investigation happened to tell us. Here's what had happened right like every other shooting that we've had to cover two years. Who shot i mean. Do you really need a multi-million dollar billion dollar trillion dollar rounding at this point to find out what one person shot somebody. Who because we have these reports we have these investigations. It was like with a brick cavanaugh. Was when you just did investigation. We need another. We needed to take longer done several. I mean we have her saying it happened. So let's do this. They don't call it an insurrection. Even though it was an answer. I'm like well. No you just can't define it your call it a riot all summer. Either mostly peaceful. While someone's a grand marquee was on fire behind you. You said teenagers were mostly peaceful protest. Yes grand don. Lemon is boswell. Yeah so look. Let me give you some quick snapshot your before. He showed the video footage. Because i really think this is something that i wish was out there and it's not again. Send your kids away riots. Two billion dollars in property damage. That was by the way. Just up until june twenty twenty k. Two billion dollars of them. You can't find those numbers anymore really. There's no updated number farah. guess probably four billion. This is just a june twenty twenty the least double the summer double and that was the lowest. We're just talking about insurance claims actually talking about What government can observe all of our sources are available at louder with crowder dot com Capital damage was one. Point five million. That's the new testament down from the original estimate of thirty million just to keep clear with the black lives matter estimate went Went maybe half a billion a billion two billion and they stopped and then stop those thirty million a twenty one point five stops. Just look at the trends again. We have to compare the two of these to be fair. I have a number here actually so the black lives matter rights cost in june twenty. Twenty one thousand three hundred and thirty three percent more So that's a lot more more same or black lives matter over. A thousand officer. Casualties nursing casualties includes severe injury and death Capital only one person was killed. Actually die officer. We don't know about not even saying it was an unjustified shooting. I don't know another other four. Who died including sickness. We were told was beaten head with a fire. Well that's not true. Item natural causes epstein. Didn't hang him yes and others did not hang himself. Say that on here. Sort of heard. I don't know what we can. But if look the footage will just go out for twelve minutes and forty two seconds. It's wonderful standard. That was mostly peaceful response. Nothing hunter biden on cnn. Of course don't you remember when they found the computer there wasn't any coverage luck. You guys sex guys sex with kids You know what you say illegal icee fun time with a niece never see k block lives and before we get to the what you see the destruction and was destruction on january six. Yes not anywhere near a thousand three hundred thirty three percent less as of june twentieth but the people that got in were answered a picnic. And i'll say yes here is important to note. Most of the people were leading willingly. A lot of people don't know this because they'll never show you this now. This is a in other words. It's more so the equivalent to people who break through the gates at a led zeppelin concert van halen reunion right because they're trying to get front seats. They're allowed in that venue but they're so they were allowed in the venue of the capital. We need to be clear about that. Doesn't mean that once they're in there they didn't then of course break the law but that's very different from remember anyone who lives in a city member. All the doors were barricaded wood panels over every single window. Very very different. From that. And i come out and just you know don't get too rambunctious so let me show you this as a matter of fact just as a perfect example. Even you'll watch this clip. Even the cunanan shaman says let's keep it peaceful and you see a capital capital lobster. I believe black. Yes say hey. I don't agree with you. But i respect respect your right to do it as they walked right past. Wow let me know if you've ever seen this before wroclaw. Police are squabbling with protesters up. We go surfing wave down and just reached the capital again. Acheive aac half. here's the guy. Seven spending saw respected. The insurrection had guys and a metal detector car. I gather more americans under the consumer they will come and gather peacefully discuss what needs to be done to save our country. Showa remain calm. Saw heard everybody. This must be diesel has to be we have the right. Your voice permanently doing a grover voice and care de it's a little bit of What was the trash can guy oscar oscar. Sambo almost like What's that just forget. Bruce wayne ordering like..

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"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"brick cavanaugh" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Justice department. Vanita gupta ran the leadership conference. Education fund receiving tens of millions from labor liberal dark money calls and extreme-left billionaires. What were they buying. Gupta's dark money assault on the supreme court trying to stack the court. Their favorite opposing excellent justice. Pushing a rat up the game they got their money's mentioned what gupta will do for them with real power. So gupta ran efforts to block amy coney barrett neal gorsuch brick cavanaugh from the supreme court. She has supported defunding police. She supported radical left issues. She's gotten and received an organized massive amounts of of undisclosed dollars from the left. She's actually criticized efforts by parents of violent crime for trying to strengthen criminal laws. she has said that she wants and supports local conversations about the police in various areas of the country. This is joe. Biden has put in charge. This is joe biden. watts this is. This is crazy. Here when amanda moore concluded that her daughter's killer was a drug addict wrongly paroled and wrongly allowed to remain free. She did like many before. She proposed legislation to spare others the same fate. The law was millions law for the past two decades. Parents who've lost children in horrible ways have tried to immortalize them in law and americans usually honor their wishes. Dozens of state and federal statutes are name for children who died too. Soon megan's law jessica's law. The jacob wieder lean crimes against children and sexually violent offenders. Registration act the atom wash crime protection and safety act. There's kinder's law leander's law lawrence law three jacobs laws. At least three laura's laws but amanda more is discovered support for many of these child victim memorials or apostrophe laws or waning few such bills now before lawmakers promised to have anything like the impact of megan's law which gives the public access to information about sex offenders in some probably won't come become law it all into the sea. A tight state budget has blocked a million law which would make parole tougher for serious offenders and dustin law which would offer a son killed in a collision with an intoxicated driver by imposing stiffer dui penalties. Now this gets the far left and how the left has actually been opposing..

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Kavanaugh accuser breaks her silence: "I don’t think he belongs on the Supreme Court"

Houston Morning News

00:54 sec | 4 years ago

Kavanaugh accuser breaks her silence: "I don’t think he belongs on the Supreme Court"

"Story this hour, the spotlight back on the Senate Judiciary committee today where they will hear testimony from a woman who claims she was sexually assaulted by supreme court nominee brick Cavanaugh more than thirty five years ago. Now, the two were in high school at the time Kavanagh has vigorously denied the claims. We're going to ABC news now. Women making accusations that Brett cavenaugh sexually abused women. The nineteen eighties. One will tell her story today to Capitol Hill and ABC's. Lana Zak with the country watching two different images of the young. Brett Cavanaugh will be presented here at the Senate one a choirboy a high school virgin the other a hard partying drinker and alleged sexual assaulter. The supreme court nominee and the first of his accusers, Dr Christine Blasi Ford will be grilled in an attempt to find the truth. But of the three now named accusers. Blasi Ford is the only one who will testify today before the committee

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Majority Whip Steve Scalise: Democrats up to their old tricks

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:52 sec | 4 years ago

Majority Whip Steve Scalise: Democrats up to their old tricks

"Senators on the left want the cavenaugh confirmation vote delayed, but majority whip Steve Scalise says Democrats up to their same old tricks. USA radio's Timberg with details. Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein is calling on the Senate to hit pause on brick Cavanaugh supreme court nomination in the wake of the new allegations of sexual misconduct. Congressman Steve Scalise joint, FOX business. Oh and said, this is all just a delay tactic. Well their tactics. A delay in resist from the very beginning. And you know, that they don't want anybody that Donald Trump brings forward to be on the supreme court. So it's not about judge Cavin on in the broader sense. It's about stopping Donald Trump from being able to put anybody on the supreme court, but he was elected in part of the reason Donald Trump was elected is because he promised that. He would put constitutionalists on supreme court. Not liberal activists.

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Nebraska Cornhuskers coach Scott Frost has over $165K in memorabilia stolen

Rush Limbaugh

01:43 min | 4 years ago

Nebraska Cornhuskers coach Scott Frost has over $165K in memorabilia stolen

"What's up just fans man it's it's. A pleasure to be signed now very excited, very, special moment let's. Do it jet up that Sam darnold the entered. The building and signing his rookie contract with the New York Jets a four year guaranteed deal worth thirty point two five million dollars it does have a twenty million dollar signing bonus the news not so. Great in Carolina where they lost tackled Williams, over the weekend to a torn MC. L. today he was cornerback Ross Cockrel who had a lower leg injury reported, to be broken leg Garrett. Bowles went down at Denver's. Training camp but it appears to be a, concussion not a ligament. Tear and a tough. Weekend for new Nebraska head football coach Scott frost as his home while being renovated. Was robbed -mongst the items taken championship rings from Nebraska Oregon and central Florida. FOX News Radio lines Steve rappoport doubling down on a government Shutdown President. Trump saying he. Has no problem with it if Democrats don't get on board with border security even some Republicans were cautioning the president over. Shut down a major consideration now. Is how, this, might affect the. Process for supreme court nominee brick Cavanaugh who Republicans. Hope to confirm around the same time as the budget deadline boxes Griff Jenkins no criminal charges for to Minneapolis police officers who fatally shot a black man last month it must be emphasized again the limited. Role the criminal Justice system and prosecutors play, in police conduct the law permits us. To charge police officers criminally in only the most agree cases Hennepin county prosecutor, Mike Freeman says Thurman Blevins. Had a loaded handgun when. He ran from police then took the gun, out of his pocket. And turned, toward the, officers Fox News we.

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