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"bruce babbitt" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:55 min | 9 months ago

"bruce babbitt" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Time is six fifty four and some of the birthdays that we have for this Saturday June twenty seventh former interior secretary Bruce Babbitt is eighty two today singer musician Bruce Johnston of the beach boys is celebrating his seventy eighth birthday fashion designer Vera **** is seventy one actress Julia Duffy sixty nine writer producer director JJ Abrams fifty four years old Olympic gold and bronze medal figure skater Viktor Petrenko fifty one now Latin singer Draco Rosa is fifty one TV personality Joe frost is fifty your memory remember her she's a super nanny took a lot of tips from her when my kids were a little an actor Tobey Maguire forty five also reality star Khloe Kardashian she is celebrating her thirty sixth birthday today if you are celebrating a birthday today we hope you have a wonderful day well coming up tomorrow I'm still in for Brian he is taking another day off we've got a couple things coming up I know Brian has been talking quite a bit about the nine mile museum that is coming to south county and this is basically a nine mile museum I'm sorry I'm confusing it with the thing and granite nine mile garden forgive me this is has special food truck garden where you're going to have your choice of dozens of food trucks when you go there and it's going to rotate on a weekly basis we're gonna tell you more about that tomorrow morning also we're gonna give you a preview of our series with the talk with the soccer coach talking about how you get kids back in the game in the era of a pandemic that's coming up came what's news time is six fifty six home.

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"bruce babbitt" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

05:59 min | 9 months ago

"bruce babbitt" Discussed on American Scandal

"On September seventeenth, nineteen, ninety-one one month after the worthless pink salmon harvest comes in Ricky returns home to her frame cabin high above Cordova. There's a package waiting for her inside is video cassette bearing the Exxon logo titled Alaska's Gift Of Pink Salmon to the people of the Soviet Union. Rick he pops it in the VCR. Overseas, a fisherman pulling that's full of salmon from Prince William Sound a narrator proclaims this week. The people of Alaska made a historic gift to the people of the Soviet. Union a gift. The Exxon Corporation helped make possible. It turns out Exxon paid canneries in the state millions of dollars to process three million pounds of the low quality, Pink Salmon, and then they donated it to poor people in the Soviet Union. What the narrator calls a victory for democracy. The video cuts to an interview with stocky crew cut bull of a man. Alaska's newly elected Governor Wally Hickel. Pickle smiles wide as he speaks. He couldn't be happier to be working with Exxon on the important endeavor. This is Hickel second time an office he came out of nowhere on third party ticket and stormed into the governor seat on a pro business, pro development platform, a former boxer and construction worker. He's blunt and plainspoken. He pushed hard to build a Trans Alaskan oil pipeline in his first term, and now that he's been elected again. He wants to build a new eight hundred mile natural gas pipeline to run alongside it. You can't just let nature one wild. He's of saying a tree. Tree doesn't really do anything. He doesn't have any time for environmentalists or their complaints about his plans, and he certainly doesn't have any time to cry about malformed. Pink Salmon Harvests in Prince William Sound. The final scene of the video shows plane taking off a Russia loaded with pallets of canned. Salmon The narrator proclaims from an environmental standpoint. The record return of Pink Salmon to Prince William Sound shows recovery from the oil. Spill is virtually complete. Ricky shuts off the TV. She can't take anymore. This tape was sent to thousands of homes across Alaska to convince the public that Prince William. Sound is doing fine, and now the state of Alaska endorsing the message to. And Governor. Hickel's not done yet. Two weeks later. He announces a plea bargain between the state of Alaska. The federal government and Exxon the deal settles all State and federal lawsuit stemming from the nineteen thousand nine oil spill. Exxon will pay a fine of one hundred twenty five million dollars and ninety million dollars a year for ten years into a fund that will support the restoration of Prince William Sound. It might sound like a lot, but it's not ex. Official tells reporters, we're talking about spreading a bill out over ten years. It's not going to curtail any of our plans and to the tens of thousands of fishermen who are no longer working. The settlement does nothing to ease their financial pain. By the time that money trickles down to them. They're looking at maybe thousand dollars a person. Even worse, what the governor wants to do with that settlement money he wants to build a road to Cordova, and stripped logged the force that line the sound. It's time to move on from the spill. The Governor says. But for the fishermen moving on is not that easy. By nineteen ninety two, the herring fishery has collapsed completely reports of domestic abuse or off the local mental health clinic swamped. The townspeople are in debt with few options of making ends meet. Then community leader Bobby van. Brooklyn kills himself. Balmy was beloved. He was mayor when the Valdez ranch around. In his suicide note, he says the stress of dealing with Exxon. The financial pressure were more than he could bear. A year later in nineteen, ninety-three, when eighty percent of the fish population has not returned, the fishermen of Alaska reached their breaking point. Enough is enough. The fishermen decide it's time to take stand. It's time to blockade the pipeline that provides America with twenty five percent of its oil. For three days in August nineteen, ninety-three, the entire country's attention is on Prince. William Sound once again. The first two days of the Fishermen's blockade Strand, seven empty oil tankers in the Gulf of Alaska. By. Day Three. The situation is growing more and more tents. AGLIETTA's oil storage units at the pipeline terminal are almost full. If the fishermen don't allow those waiting tankers through soon, there will be nowhere left to put the oil. The eight hundred mile pipeline will have to shut down completely. That will cost the oil companies millions. It'll deprive the state of Alaska. The oil taxes that fund it's government's operating budget, and it'll hit consumers across the country when gas prices spike with twenty five percent less oil available nationwide. Nobody from the Alaska governor's mansion to the White House wants that pipeline shut down. And that's why Rick Steiner is not out on the water with the other fishermen today. He's fifteen miles away in the lobby of the Valdez West Mark Hotel. Rick follows a state official up a flight of stairs and down along carpeted hallway. He's here to meet with Secretary of the Interior. Bruce Babbitt sent a Valdez by President Clinton to try to resolve the standoff. Abbott sits waiting for Rick at a table in the corner of a dark sweet. He's got close cropped white hair tire bags under his eyes. As Rick sits down. Babbitt leans forward telling. Ricky's got proposal and wants a quick yes, or no answer. He says that DP and pressure Exxon to talk to listen to what Rick has to say. White. House is prepared to put heat on them to. Babbitt reveals. He's also got governor Hickel's word that he'll use some money from the restoration fund to research. What's happening to the fish the sound? then. Bab Pauses looking at Rick. This is the best offer you're going to get. Yes.

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"bruce babbitt" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"bruce babbitt" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The Russian river tradition with vintage cabins from the nineteen twenties six months ago this was all under water now nineteen year old was he arose from pacifica is happy to see her childhood vacation spot still much the same my mom has been coming up since she was a little girl so I'm kind of bring my friends here to enjoy it all Bruce Babbitt works here of Johnson's maybe the cabins were delayed by a week or two but now they're completely sold out in the campground we hate the flood but the campground itself like the trees grain amazing and we were able to take campers right away and for the first time they're extending the season at Johnson's until the end of October and take advantage of harvest in the warm fall weather in Greenville Holly Quan KCBS Monday we will take a look at those who left and how the diaspora could leave businesses shorthanded that'll be Monday with Holly Quan well some of San Jose's most chronically homeless finally have a roof over their heads the second street studios yeah are complex for the homeless and Julie Richards tells KPIX five that it's nice to have a place to call home here I have a future you know and so I'm going back to school and when it came to the the line that asked me for my address I teared up because I actually have something to write different I had an address the rent to subsidize based on attendance ability to pay San Jose mayor Sam Carter says the city is ready to break ground on thirteen more similar projects and the Silicon Valley non profit working to end.

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"bruce babbitt" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

10:50 min | 2 years ago

"bruce babbitt" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"No. I mean, it was at that time certainly by fire, and maybe even to this day, one of it's not the most damaging oil spill in history anywhere in the world. Just because of the nature of the pristine protective nature of the environment into it was still by far the largest spill, but the worst place in the worst possible time it could happen. How soon did you know that how soon did you come to grips with? In that first week. Once we got on the you know about two or three days into this. You know, and you're right. The first two or three days flat. Calm if there had been responsive Clinton available out there that was promised and legally committed it could have collected some of this not all of it could've done this. But that wasn't there. LES gas pipeline owner, the oil companies completely betrayed that promise. And then a very strong north wind eighty ninety nine north wind blew up for about three days. And then the oil spread all everything down current. And and about almost half of that ended up on beaches down current from the tanker, and tha that's where we did some modestly successful defensive deflected booming in front of wild, salmon streams and sensitive ecological habitats and hat trays and things like that. But most of it was a lost cause. So. It was odd missing the first week, even when we got to the beach is that these animals that those going to be massive environmental data, and the very little that could be done about it at that point. One of the other memory cues that probably would wake up a lot of people to to the event were referencing. Today's program has to do with the name of the captain of the Valdez. And if Joseph Hazelwood were to walk into a diner in Valdez Alaska today, what would be the reaction. Right. You know, he would be recognized and he's still around actually ironically, teaching maritime safety in New York. Yeah. And he's a he's actually known well known for being very good skipper. Very good skipper. The fact was though he had had several drinks that day and Valdez tanker is being loaded. And so he left the bridge during their outbound journey fully Laden and went down to St. room and left the bridge under command of Greg cousins who did not have piloted for Prince William Sound, they were outside of the vessel traffic system because vessel traffic system radar coverage. They they couldn't see them on the pilot the marine maritime pilot, and our disembarked potato point long before Blair Efe. And so the shift a single whole oil-tanker fully loaded with one point one. Million barrels of this toxic chemical substance was piloting to incredible marine environment and completely irresponsible way. And that's partially on shipping all proven and Exxon corporations fall, but also the federal government state government, and we the people to our I guess our collective complacency. Allow you know sort of Philip hated this perfect storm failure. So, you know, hate the would the other thing is very simply they diverted from the outs from the outbound. Tanker Lakers was some icebergs from the Columbia glacier in the lane. So they diverted to the last avoid them. And then they gave the command turn it back in to the tanker lanes to the to the starboard, but I left it on autopilot until they thought they were turning the vessel back into the tanker lanes and had given the helm command. The auto pilot took over and ran into the race. I mean, it's not unlike really these Boeing seven thirty seven eight hundred max crashes of race, you know, where the automated system took over gig. What it was program to do in cramps and lead to a catastrophic resulting in a sense. I mean, there are multiple factors with why the Exxon now these crown. But that was certainly one of them. So in advance of our conversation today. I went back and did some research in homework, and I looked at a lot of the images from that time thirty years ago. And I'm reminded of the really the desperation of those whose livelihood depended on fishing. The desperation of the effort that they would they were willing to attempt. They were people out there with towels scrubbing down in hopes of making us small amount of difference while they were still surrounded by eleven million gallons of oil. It's it's an incredible moment. Like a snapshot in time of people who are like if we don't do something we're going to lose everything. And even though the something they were trying was really not gonna make a difference. So help us understand what the mood of the community was like while all this was going on because we will get into this. In the next few moments. There were there were still more broken promises to come at least at the beginning. They were thinking maybe they could they could live through this. Yeah. There were a lot of promises. It's kind of the MO of the oil industry, end and. Tell people what they take. They wanna hear and do whatever you wanna do anyway. And yeah. The condition that the communities was total chaos, and despair, but the first few months there wasn't credible affect everyone to try to do what we could rescue oiled wildlife. Oil TR's CBA in cleaned. We have centers were set up to them to clean them, the stolen sponsor for you know, as you mentioned people with Bragg rocks. Somewhat doodle kind of a uniform effort in the sense that everybody time to do something. But then all the money ex pumped into the community to get people to go out, and look like they were trying to respond becoming practice and those who took Exxon's money versus those getting on principle, and it tore the community and social psychological injury. The saying in the little town of Cordova where I live which is about two or three thousand people was dramatic and precipitous for years. And there were there was anxiety disorders post traumatic stress suicides in a little town of two thousand people substance abuse, spousal abuse families torn apart people last, you know, lost their businesses the fishing businesses. There's no way to sugar coat does it was chaos, and and despair and then several years later when not only the. Haring run tailed, but also not only the wild salmon run stale, but also the hatchery salmon sailed, and so that was that was a nineteen ninety three to four years after the spill and total desperation within this communities of Pennsylvania town, in fact, at that time, they went, and you know, we were involved in in being in this local fishermen blockaded the tanker terminal than the narrow valley narrows kept tankers from going in or going out as a symbol one wants to have demonstration. I think in US history certainly in oil global. Yes at the scene for that. Rick. I wanna make sure people understand the power of protests in the power of people who've said, hey, listen for this is not an overnight issue. The reason we're talking about Valdez disaster thirty years later his partially because of how long it lasted. It wasn't. Just a couple of weeks. It was if you wanna talk about the actual visible damage. It was several months, and if you wanna talk about the legal proceedings it was a couple of decades. And yet at one point if I understand this correctly. Some of the fishermen said we have had enough of the lies in. There's not going to be another tanker in or out of this sound until we get answers and they formed like a blockade of tiny boats. Right. It was in August nineteen ninety three I couldn't agree with for sale years, and it was the same boat. Fifty fifty. Salmon fishing boats. I was a liaison between them the government, and the oil company presidents and these guys organized the blockade, and they went out in the narrows, and and prevented six or seven tankers from coming in and prevented one from exiting adding pass the tanker. And and and you know. Nobody was hurt my ship was grounded and basically get attention to the fact that things had failed. Obviously it had a relation to the oil spill, the oil industry in particular. Exxon was intransigent they were not being responsive and the federal government was not being responsive. We had proposed and the government to cheat. The billion dollar settlement two years prior to that with Exxon for Natura print Viramune damage, and they start using that to study found why things were falling apart and also to protect habitat coastal sports around salmon streams and things like that done nothing after two years. And so this station, we got secretary of the interior Bruce Babbitt the Clinton administration to come to these. I got oil company presidents to come there. And mediated settlement was that. The government should start using some of that billion dollar settlement to study the sound and. To protect coastal habitats in the sound. And then the oil companies promised to take a serious look at the claims compensation claims from the fishermen in Alaska native communities, and they've betrayed that promise, obviously. But the governments make good on their promise. At least they got some. This addition of the big impact with Bill Hobson will continue after this brief.

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"bruce babbitt" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"bruce babbitt" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"She is simple majority to remain leader. This is Fox News. No intentions of a repeal. I'm Greg Paul. Cayenne, S T news. Governor Doug Ducey is warning lawmakers he has no intentions of repealing or reducing a new vehicle registration fee. The thirty two dollars per vehicle fee is estimated to bring in around one hundred eighty five million dollars to fund the highway patrol Scottsdale. Republican state Senator elect Michelle Eugen thi Rita introduced a Bill last week to get rid of the fee. Doocey said getting behind such a Bill was not on his priority list. A group is renewing efforts to get to take down the poncho via statue the group Judicial Watch submitted requests to the arts foundation for Tucson. And southern Arizona to take down the statue of the Mexican revolutionary general. This is not the first time statue has been up for debate. The group is requesting a public hearing on the statues removal, citing overwhelming public objection to the statue the Mexican government gave the bronze statue to the state in June nineteen eighty one. One then democratic governor Bruce Babbitt accepted, the statue. And it looks like we're going to see some changes on Arizona's courts and Amazon. A supreme court Justice is stepping down associate Justice John peel ender has provided notice of his retirement effective March. First to governor Ducey people enter has served on the state's high court for nine years governor Ducey will appoint a new Justice from a list of candidates selected by the appellate nominating committee. It will be fourth appointment.

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"bruce babbitt" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"bruce babbitt" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Was a compliment buried in there but the word? Came out, weird did you notice it no You can go back Trump made them vice presidents and I think Trump Trump says Obama. Made and, vice president and he did find is that he did. Say fine yeah okay well there's a compliment somebody right it's true, when when Biden ran in two thousand eight against. Hillary. He got less than one percent of the vote in Iowa, I remember one percent I immigrants nineteen eighty eight nineteen Eighty-eight our. First year on the air together and. I remember we cover that presidential race, and it. Was like nine of them and they were like like the dwarf so. The boobs seven of them this collection of Democrats, who were challenging obviously George. H. W Bush who is? Succeeding President Reagan I looked up Biden's eighty eight run today because. I I remembered some of the details and I wanted to get it right and I remember he didn't make an impact. Well he got he got chased, out of the race Bruce Babbitt is. The, name I remember to ran Bruce Babbitt Stuck in your long term memory Yeah was the year Dukakis one for the Democrats Biden was accused of plagiarizing a speech oh that's what killed made. By Neil Kinnock leader of the British Labour Party and it, was like a word for word, lifted the speech but it wasn't just that they they found out that he was also, add lifted passages from a Robert F Kennedy. Speech something from JFK another speech from Hubert Humphrey then they. Found. Out that when he was in law school There was a plagiarism incident And then when a New Hampshire resident asked him about, his grades in law school he claimed he graduated in the top half of his class that he attended law school on a full scholarship that he. Got three degrees in college All of that was either untrue or exaggerations but doesn't Trump to this every day Is behind? Him, in one thousand eight hundred eighty those days this is what would sink you yes because it was one after the other after the other and. Nobody knew who Biden was and it was in in the summer of eighty seven there wasn't a whole lot of news so he. Just got beaten on one day after. The. Other, after the other after the other and finally he, quit the next month yeah well in the thinking is though now that he did he had eight years as vice president his status. As a. Little higher with people that nobody knew. He wasn't eighty eight and in oh wait, he was still just a US Senator I I don't know who's going. To be but you see the what Trump, does is immediately paints Biden that loser That's right he's gonna that's exactly you're right I mean the garbage heap. Was a great line the first thing. You. Do, when you're running is you paint your opponent as, a loser before he gets to define himself so now they're running the Biden wants to run he's already on the garbage heap is, already a. Loser who can get more than one. Percent, of the vote and you know that, that that's where he starting for that's exactly how Trump will marginalize yeah That guy is going to call. Them one percent Joe slow Joe. Joe Joe favors Trump if we have a collection of these old politicians for the Democrats, running because, he's got lots of ammunition if it's some fresh new face you know I think of anybody. Off the, top of, my, head No right now, the Pocahontas thing, because she's one, of the taco yeah I mean he's going to go to town on Elizabeth Warren Bernie there's obviously a lot of rich material there I'm in their top, three candidates, legitimately in the polls Bernie Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden Yeah me? Come. On how does Trump this Bernie do you know what he, uses? Against. Bernie I think go after his socialism nonsense okay I was. Trying. To think, of something cutting and he never really went after Bernie. Did it because they were never up against. Each other direct no but in some ways they were, appealing to the, same people right I don't think he wanted to, piss off those people because I think some Bernie people also probably like Trump as well. Even though that seems ridiculous they they, were mining some of the same territory we..

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"bruce babbitt" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"bruce babbitt" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The blaze tv all right so we just played robert bork and robert bork was made into a monster a monster who is going to re segregate we were going to have lunch counters and women would be dying and it's horrible horrible robert bork's america now let me show you how ginsburg was treated listen to this clara while clara you deserve it awards so far i'm very serious sober as a judge and so when i had people taking photographs of me in the white house people were trying to get me smile they said think of clara and then my grandson paul sarah you must tell you that in preparation for these hearings i read briefing books opinion books law reviews but there is no book in the world that means as much to me as this one oh my gosh my grandmother that is a very very special five paul oh she's opening it out with some pictures inside precious good the pictures are beautiful and yeah you don't need a publisher this this is the usa you just said he hopes your teacher is listening to this that is great just enjoying the harry joe biden he was having a good time now you have to ask yourself how have you ever heard anybody's confirmation hearing i mean especially if they are content i mean ruth bader ginsburg is the most liberal unconstitutional ju justice we have ever had a and and keep this in mind at the time everybody knew how liberal she was everybody knew how progressive she she was the director of the aclu women's rights project okay so how did how did this very extreme woman get this treatment where were the republican well one of them was recommending to bill clinton that he not consider bruce babbitt for us supreme court really yeah bruce babbitt to to extreme he thought hey what about steven briar or or ruth bader ginsburg a great jury and while liberal very honest and very clear thinking now who was this this this republican it was a senator named or ryan pitch orrin hatch thank you little known known senator head of the judiciary committee back there republican guy who suggested bert it will not be a problem to get her through amazing and it wasn't it wasn't confirmed converter ninety six to three ninety six to three think of that if if brett cabinet is is confirmed you know it's going to be oh i don't know fiftythree fortyseven ish maybe fifty to forty eight maybe fifty fifty and and and pants has to decide i don't know i can't even get receive confirmation i don't know at this point who knows but he's an extremist which oh millions of women could die we were told no no no millions of women no can i don't you say that don't you say that throw that out there eleven please let me show you what has come from from yale okay pay now he's a yield former yields okay yes so i think the school was okay with them right we right today as yale law students alumni and educators ashamed of our alma mater within an hour of donald trump's announcement that he would nominate bread cabin on why l s ninety two the supreme court the law school published a press release boasting of the alumnus accomplishment is there anything more important to yale law school than its proximity to power and prestige judge kavanagh's nomination presents an emergency for democratic life for our safety for our free freedom.

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"bruce babbitt" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"bruce babbitt" Discussed on WTVN

"The blaze tv all right so we just played robert bork and rubber bork was made into a monster a monster who is going to re segregate we were gonna have lunch counters and you know women would be dying and it's horrible horrible robert bork's america now let me show you how ginsburg was treated listen to this clara while clara you deserve it awards so far i think i'm very serious sober as giant and so when i had people taking photographs of me in the white house people trying to get me smile they said think of clara okay and then my grandson sarah must tell you that in preparation for these hearings i have read briefing books opinion books law reviews but there is no book in the world that means as much to me as this one oh my gosh my grandmother that is a very very special paul oh it is and vichy's opening it out with nick showing some pictures inside precious good the pictures are beautiful and yeah you don't need a publisher this this is the usa he said he hopes your teacher is listening to this that is great just enjoying joe biden just the he was having a good time now you have to ask yourself how have you ever heard anybody's confirmation hearing i mean especially if they are content i mean ruth bader ginsburg is the most liberal unconstitutional ju justice we have ever had a and and keep this in mind at the time everybody knew how liberal she was everybody knew how progressive she was the director of the aclu women's rights project okay so how did how did this very extreme woman get this treatment where were the republican well one of them was recommending to bill clinton that he not consider bruce babbitt for us bream court bruce babbitt to to extreme he thought hey what about steven briar or or ruth bader ginsburg owns a great jurist and while liberal very honest and very clear thinking now who was this this this republican it was a senator named or ryan hat h ono orrin hatch thank you little known no lone senator head of the judiciary committee back there and republican is the guy who suggested ruth ginsburg it will not be a problem to get her through amazing and it wasn't it wasn't a converter ninety six to three ninety six to three figure that if if brett cavanaugh is is confirmed you know it's going to be oh i don't know fifty three forty seven ish maybe fifty to forty eight maybe fifty fifty and and and pants has to decide i don't know i can even get receive confirmation i don't know at this point who knows but he's an extremist which oh millions of women could die we were told no no no millions of women no no can i mean don't you say that don't you say that throw that out there eleven please let me show you what has come from from yale okay now he's the former yield okay yes so i think the school was okay with them right we write today as yale law students alumni and educators ashamed of our alma mater within an hour donald trump's announcement that he would nominate brad kavanagh y l s ninety two the supreme court the law school published a press release boasting of the alumnus accomplishment is there anything more important to yale law school than its proximity to power and prestige judge kavanagh's nomination presents.

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"bruce babbitt" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"bruce babbitt" Discussed on KNSS

"The blaze tv all right so we just played robert bork and robert bork was made into a monster a monster who is going to re segregate we were going to have lunch counters and women would be dying and it's horrible horrible robert bork's america now let me show you how ginsburg was treated listen to this fire well clarity you deserve it awards so far down i think i'm very serious sober as a giant and so when i had people taking photographs of me and the white house people were trying to get me this mile they said think of clara claris mile okay and then my grandson paul sarah must tell you that impression for these hearings i have read briefing books opinion books law reviews but there is no book in the world that means as much to me as this one oh my gosh my grandmother that is a very very special five oh she's opening it out with me there's some pictures inside precious good the pictures are beautiful need a publisher this this is the usa said he hopes your teacher is listening to this that is great just enjoying joe biden he was having a good time now you you have to ask yourself how have you ever heard anybody's confirmation hearing i mean especially if they are content i mean roof peter ginsburg is the most liberal unconstitutional jute justice we have ever had a and and keep this in mind at the time everybody knew how liberal she was everybody knew how progressive she was the director of the aclu women's rights project okay so how did how did this very extreme woman get this treatment where were the republicans well one of them was recommending to bill clinton that he not consider bruce babbitt for us supreme court really bruce babbitt to to extreme he thought hey what about steven briar or or ruth baiter ginsburg a great jurist and while liberal very honest and very clear thinking now who was this this this republican it was a senator named or ryan hatch no orrin hatch thank you little known senator head of the judiciary committee back there and republican the guy who suggested it will not be a problem to get her through amazing and it wasn't it wasn't confirmed or ninety six to three ninety six to three figure that if if brett cavanaugh is is confirmed you know it's going to be oh i don't know fifty three forty seven ish maybe fifty to forty eight maybe fifty fifty and and and pants has to decide i don't know i can't even get receive confirmation i don't know at this point who knows but he's an extremist which oh millions of women could die we were told no no no millions of women no no can i don't you say that don't you say that throw that out there eleven please let me show you what has come from from yale okay now he's a yield former yield guy okay yeah so i think the school was okay with them right we write today as yale law students alumni and educators ashamed of our alma mater within an hour of donald trump's announcement that he would nominate brad kavanagh y l s ninety two the supreme court the law school published a press release boasting of the alumnus accomplishment is there anything more important to yale law school than its proximity to power and prestige judge kavanagh's nomination presents.

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"bruce babbitt" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"bruce babbitt" Discussed on WRVA

"The blaze tv all right so we just played robert bork and robert bork was made into a monster a munster who is going to re segregate we were going to have lunch counters and women would be dying and it's horrible horrible robert bork's america now let me show you how ginsburg was treated listen to this fire clarity you deserve it awards so far i think i'm very serious sober as a judge and so when i had people taking photographs of me in the white house people were trying to get me smile they said think of clara claris mile okay and then my grandson called faira you must tell you that impre operation for these hearings i read briefing books opinion books law reviews but there is no book in the world that means as much to me as this one oh my gosh my grandmother that is a very very special bye oh she's opening there some pictures inside precious good the pictures are beautiful and yeah you don't need a publisher this this is the usa said he hopes your teacher is listening to this that is great just enjoying joe biden he was having a good time now you have to ask yourself how have you ever heard anybody's confirmation hearing i mean especially if they are content i mean ruth bader ginsburg is the most liberal unconstitutional jute justice we have ever had and keep this in mind at the time everybody knew how liberal she was everybody knew how progressive she she was the director of the women's rights project okay so how did how did this very extreme woman get this treatment where were the republicans well one of them was recommending to bill clinton that he not consider bruce babbitt for us supreme court really yeah bruce babbitt too too extreme too it's just three he thought hey what about steven briar or or ruth baiter kuenssberg a great jurist and while liberal very honest and very clear thinking now who was this this this republican senator named or rhine hat each orrin hatch thank you little known known senator head of the judiciary committee back there and republican and he's the guy who suggested ruth ginsburg it will not be a problem to get her through amazing and it wasn't it wasn't a converter ninety six to three ninety six to three think of that if if brett cabinet is is confirmed know it's going to be oh i don't know fifty three forty seven ish maybe fifty to forty eight maybe fifty fifty and and and pants has to decide i don't know i can even get received confirmation i don't know at this point who knows but he's an extremist which oh millions of women could die we were told no no no millions of women no no can i don't just say that don't you say that throw that out there eleni please let me show you what has come from from yale okay pay no he's a yield former yield guy okay yes so i think the school was okay with them right we write today as yale law students alumni and educators ashamed of our alma mater within an hour of donald trump's announcement that he would nominate brad kavanagh wa l s ninety two the supreme court the law school published a press release boasting of the alumnus scope accomplishment is there anything more important to yale law school than its proximity to power and prestige judge kavanagh's nomination presents.

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"bruce babbitt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"bruce babbitt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We do like that for you but i don't have respect for what you're doing and here's how rude exchange ended vicepresident i appreciate you joining us tonight i appreciate the straight forward way in which you engaged in this exchange it clearly some unanswered questions are you willing are you willing to go to a new stuff being show there was some news media polarization within news media polarization right the bush versus rather confrontation as covered by the nightly crossfire confrontation in nineteen eighty eight now remember crossfire had started in eighty two will so did the mclaughlin group a sunday show on pbs hosted by conservative pundit john mclaughlin usually a four way rapid fire throwdown on the issues of the week now these were the reagan years and he must have liked a conservative dominated high profile show on pbs but i read that reagan called the mclaughlin group political version of animal house here's a nineteen ninetytwo example that features mclaughlin with panelists including eleanor clift from newsweek one of the liberals and a young pretty unknown at that time chris matthews and here's a spoiler about this clip this segment is about who bill clinton would pick as his running mate nate pay attention to what name is not on the list to political potpourri item clinton's cut bill clinton is the question of the governor's mansion that little rock this weekend he's trying to figure out to pick as his running mate his the shortlist bill bradley tom harkin bob carey george mitchell jay rockefeller paul saugus doug wilder harris wafford who should be dropped from this list and dropped right away eleanor clift i would take off senator harkin because he's the other end of the party and doesn't give clinton anything i would take off about his location big deal i take off senator songas in part because massachusetts doesn't give you anything and i think the latest round of cancer stories undermines his credibility as as a presidential stand in i'd also take out senator jay rockefeller because west virginia is a democratic state and clinton doesn't need the money they're only a few i would leave on that list and i would add somebody new remember bruce babbitt he's the real songas he's the no pain no gain candidate he comes from the west he's very appealing the only thing he doesn't have which most of.

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"bruce babbitt" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"bruce babbitt" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"The dam situation uh but had that damn gone down we will lost the capacity uh in this area where i live right here right now uh we grow the ban will yield at the end of growing season near depending upon the season the second or third largest crop of rice in the world here in that diem would have inundated all the ricefields and would have thus ceased uh production for probably may be as many as five years of rice production uh in this area now the massive star our off of that uh with the famine that would have been generated worldwide would a gilded some estimates beat we're seeing a hundred million people now it's my contention in the contention of so many others those jerry brown working uh with the members of the former capital governable bolland ben clinton actually green gown that damn it's pretty obvious back damn was almost brought down if it wasn't worthy quick action of sure cory honi who is the sheriff of buchanan he he intervened and made them start putting water over that of the damage spillway sabrina water level down to save the dan i would have been killed that night at cory honey not junked in an interview me it's a miracle how it happened that will stories absolutely amazing a very heroic harness part um disable lives with as many as a million californians a billion uh we would have lost their lives myself and many of the california down the sacramental that night had that damn gone down near almost did so this is what these people are due a this is what these actors are doing this is all a deep state operation that goes back as far as the clinton era bruce babbitt was brought in these clinton's warmer interior secretary bruce babbitt of course is one of bob ones who wants to tear down dan's all the route uh the united states and in particular calfornia in their plot but included jerry brown are allocating millions of dollars for dan removal and bruce babbitt coming in as the former secretary jury run actually hired him in a dissent or januaryjuly 2016 was just preceded this whole action of and or go in under.

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"bruce babbitt" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"bruce babbitt" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Holiday here in arizona i have a dream but one thing may turn away oh arrived up august twenty eight 1963 rio turns kebir's selfevident that all men are created in robert kennedy on april four 1968 have some very sad news for all of you martin luther king was shot was killed tonight in 1983 president ronald reagan signed into law a bill creating a national holiday to honor dr martin luther king junior but arizona not so much arizona governor bruce babbitt proclaimed at a holiday but incoming governor evan mecum meted his first act to get rid of it starting historic boycott despite that the state voted against it again it wasn't until the nfl declared they would pull the super bowl arizona relented and agreed to recognize mlk day in 1992 so are we making progress what did mlk stand for well economic equity and equality he was not concerned just with black people but with poor people and a certain kind of urgency about human dignity dr neil lester founding director of project humanities at asu one thing that's different protests now have much more power through social media from occupy wall street to black lives matter nfl players taking a knee and of course the mi2 movement it's grounded in gender relations but even within gender relations their race relations in class relations women now feeling empowered to speak up and that people are taking responsibility and people are being held accountable has to signal a change and it has to be in that tradition that is fundamentally collected took who martin luther king was and what his legacy continues to be in on this day martin luther king has words for those that don't like the protests some other freedom so freedom of speech some rare the freedom of perhaps some fear the greatness of a miracle protests rubin cars.

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"bruce babbitt" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"bruce babbitt" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"News right here on ktar it's 511 now knew this afternoon a phoenix business owner held to armed robbery suspects at gunpoint after they try to rob him phoenix police a one man was taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries and the female suspect was detained at the scene and eight week old pit bull found in surprise is recovering after the dogs found in dumpster this prize police department says that the dogs on medication to recover from a skin disease will be at the hospital for the next few weeks and police say a 24 year old gilbert man admitted to striking a four year old girl after she spilled milk near his x box a judge says the girl may not survive her injuries major aaron murray was arrested on thursday on suspicion of child abuse but may face additional charges if the girl dies well it's coming up on five well this what we're working on saturday and the ktar newsroom as we honor the legacy of one of the greatest civil rights i concert america going to take a looking out the history of the martin luther king junior holiday here's now i have a dream but one day this nation will rise up august 28th1963 we're all these two to be self evident that all men are created robert kennedy on april 4th1968 some very sad news for all of you bartlett the king was shot and was killed tonight in nineteen eightythree president ronald reagan signed into law a bill creating a national holiday to honor dr martin luther king junior but arizona not so much arizona governor bruce babbitt proclaimed at a holiday but incoming governor evan meeker meted his first act to get rid of it starting historic boycotts despite that the state voted against it again it wasn't until the nfl declared they would pull the super bowl arizona relented and agreed to recognize him okay day in nineteen ninetytwo so are we making progress what did em okay stand for well economic equity and equality he was not concerned just with black people but what poor people and a certain kind of urgency about human dignity dr neil lester founding director of project humanities at asu one.

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"bruce babbitt" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"bruce babbitt" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"A and this and back to betsy burton um i guess there are a couple of ways to look at the you know the best books question uh from the point of a bookseller i mean you are you are yourself a an author in uh you are readers so i'm sure you have your own opinions but you're also a book seller uh can i ask you a what was your number one selling book in 2017 our number one selling book is this summation ripple place food and farming on the edge of wilderness which oddly enough is a cookbook but if you know anything about um you ties it's been in the news of light it's that trump has taken away half of the grand staircase national monument in eighty percent of bears years these two police fully beautiful wilderness areas that had been protected one by clinton and one by obama and so um these two women blake spalding and jennifer castle own this wonderful restaurant which is very well known nationally right on the edge of grand staircase and it's a food you know food to table and has been since they opened at many years ago one of the very first people to to do that truly and their first cookbook dealt dealt with at subject with this one deals with the wilderness of grand staircase national monument it's really a love letter to that wilderness so yes there are wonderful recipes or wonderful pieces was wonderful riding um there's a poem by mary oliver that's one of my favorite of her poems bruce babbitt wrote the forward there are quotes from everybody from at abby to equal height it's just a lovely lovely book in it's also i thought of very stirring book about a problem that's going to get only worse because apparently president trump plans to do this across the country not just in utah yeah we've actually discuss that on this very programme previously so you know we we do this program at the end of the year because it is the end of the year it it's a time to look back on the best books of the year but it's also holiday time and it's a time when people are thinking about books to buy.

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"bruce babbitt" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"bruce babbitt" Discussed on KOMO

"At one point four i'm kierra jordan on komo news thanks kiera now taking a look at the forecast here's seth wayne t showers around western washington they're not adding up too much under mostly cloudy skies highs today the top and out the upper 50s to lower 60s over the next couple of days keeping it mostly sunny on thursday and friday and saturday sunday do in the komo weather center i'm theron zahn komo news and right now in seattle we have mostly cloudy skies it's fifty five downtown at one thirty six thanks for joining us on charlie harger for herb weisbaum this afternoon yet another twist in the case of las vegas shooters feet and patrick with his brother now under arrest joining me on the komo news line is abc's alex stone who's been following this story since it first broke couch west this russia about checking it again with alex don't we have not hearing anybody satellite if i could big all right we will reestablish a connection with alex stone in just a moment here on komo news and we apparently do have alex now alex can you hear us i can hear you now operate even better alex we have this situation with the las vegas shooter his brother now being arrested what did we learned today yeah bruce babbitt guy he was arrested at at a houston living salary in the north hollywood section of la this morning and detective ed lapd faded this case got started when they found out of it in back in 2014 a ride around there inside of a business they did bruce batic had been squad igadd he had apparently been living inside of eight tire.

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"bruce babbitt" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"bruce babbitt" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Orbital they have the baby in a damn there were more they were literally fifty minutes away from having the dam collapse in ultimately giving away and the largest earth in phil dam in the united states one of the top five gorgeous arabs in the world with the greatest threats work or the a three point five million acre feet of water of behind it would have rushed out of the oroville uh then spread out uh gordon about enviro foul of back romero that about one hundred twenty miles away from the obama would have in and beta that though what a kill me i was trapped in my out i did not follow the eight or the evacuation number water out of interest bay of the orders were very sparsely given the sheriff tried it but it's best to alert people you have a limited amount of time left fifty minute and of course i lived forty miles away from the dam or thirty thirty five miles away from the damn our try community at all community in this area number one they didn't have any whalers spiral into anything to warn them those were all conveniently dave hagen down in the lat five to ten years in that area we don't want to be a conspiracy theorist but you know why would they do something like that it for moments like this when you need of course they all put up there but those paul the burden feet and by way of ordering people to get people out outward down um it created a huge traffic jam about two hundred thousand people were really doc on the roads underneath the damp and they were they were moments away from having that damn go the other interesting thing prolong you don't know jerry growl is one of these award to tear down dams all throughout california he's been doing it um he brought in bruce babbitt which was the former secretary of the interior under bill clinton and it was he in john podesta that came up with the notion what you with interior secretary for clinton babbitt was your tear down dams in.

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