35 Burst results for "Circuit Court"

US appeals court blocks ban on rapid-fire 'bump stocks'

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

US appeals court blocks ban on rapid-fire 'bump stocks'

"A ban on rapid fire bump stocks has been blocked by a U.S. appeals court. I'm Lisa dwyer. A federal appeals court has ruled against a Trump administration ban on bump stocks. The devices enable a shooter to rapidly fire multiple rounds from a semi-automatic weapon after the initial trigger pool. The 5th U.S. circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans ruled 13 to three. The ban was instituted after a sniper using bump stock equipped weapons, massacred dozens of people in Las Vegas in 2017, at issue in the case, was whether bump stocks should be considered machine guns under federal law, the current decision doesn't have an immediate effect on the ban, though, because the case now moves back to the lower court to decide how to proceed. There are conflicting court rulings on the issue and the Supreme Court may ultimately decide the matter. I'm Lisa dwyer

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"circuit court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:11 min | Last month

"circuit court" Discussed on WTOP

"Accused of perjury in the case, buyer appeared briefly in loudoun circuit court today. The trial will focus on what Bayer knew and when, regarding the scandal in which investigators say a student sexually assaulted two other students at separate schools, stone bridge high and broad run high in court filings today, an attorney for former superintendent Scott ziegler, who is facing numerous separate charges in the case and was fired over this case, is calling for all indictments to be dismissed. Attorney Aaron harrigan argues Virginia governor Glen youngkin did not have the authority to issue the executive order that initiated the investigation into the school system and says ziegler became a political target during youngkin's campaign. A hearing date for ziegler's request is set for January 26th. With the school system under scrutiny for this sexual assault scandal, Ian seraphin begins his first year as county school board chair. This week saying he's still figuring out how to best help students. I would say I had about two normal months. New loudoun county school board chairman Ian ciroc and started his term just before the pandemic and says it's been unprecedented ever since. Between COVID and our students being out of school, navigating a global pandemic attacks on public education. So why do you want the board's top job? It's very challenging, but it's also still extremely rewarding. He points the recent accomplishments like making a change to the budget, so students can take their first few AP exams for free. There are politics involved, but I always just try and keep what's in the best interests of our students in mind. Says the county hopes to hire a new superintendent by the end of the school year. Scott gelman, WTO P news. Border patrol encounters at the southern border are at a record high, now President Biden says his administration will take steps aimed at curbing illegal crossings. The administration hopes it will take some of the pressure off at the border. The new policy will grant temporary legal status to migrants from Cuba, Nicaragua, and Haiti if they apply at home and have sponsors here. But if their application is denied or they attempt to cross into the United States unlawfully, they'll be returned back to Mexico. President Biden says he'll travel to the border at El Paso on Sunday. He brushes off critics who say he's waited too long to go. You're probably examining serious about this at all. Come on. Stephen portnoy CBS News The White House

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Judge Rules Illinois' Elimination of Cash Bail Unconstitutional

The Officer Tatum Show

01:46 min | Last month

Judge Rules Illinois' Elimination of Cash Bail Unconstitutional

"A judge rules that the judge rules Illinois elimination of cash bail is unconstitutional. And I think this is very important, obviously. Here's the deal. A lot of people out there are suffering from crime, we have no idea about a lot of people in these blue cities. Democrats want to be safe to liberals do anyway. It is the leftist that are wreaking havoc on these blue cities. Democrats, if you happen to be in a blue city, I hope that you will start voting differently and recognize that voting for Democrats today, especially these leftists or these progressives are very, very dangerous. So this was from town hall hat tip forgot man cashless bail has ravaged Law & Order and states obviously like New York. Now, Illinois has taken a stance. So they are, they were set to implement a system, the no cash bail system, as of January 1, but on Wednesday, however, just days before the provision of the safety act, it's called was set to take effect a judge ruled that the cashless bail portion was unconstitutional. Thank God. The ruling came from the 21st circuit court judge, a judge by the name of Thomas conning connington as a report from NBC Chicago highlighted and I quote cunnington's ruling held that the safety act violated the separation of powers clause, the victim rights act and unconstitutionally amended article one section 9 of the state's constitution, which codified cash bail in the state. So cunnington root that since cash Bill is specifically mentioned in the state constitution, it would be needed to put before voters thank God and would therefore require an amendment to remove it.

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"circuit court" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:32 min | 2 months ago

"circuit court" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"You said justice is coming this morning. It's a sunrise justice. Yeah, and that was almost premature jingle there. That kind of hurt. Sorry. Yeah, no. I think things are looking up. Objectively, things are looking up with the 11th circuit with Trump's former high White House lawyers being ordered back into the grand jury to tell the whole truth about Trump and on and on. It's just kept coming for Trump this week. Yeah. It's a beautiful thing. Well, I mean, as you were saying back when this happened, this was just so improper in the first place. They obviously went judge shopping for judge cannon, which she did was completely improper, but I think as you told us at the time, it just caused the delay that he was hoping for, but that's over now, right? It is over. And you know, it's a really important opinion. I would urge everybody to read at least pages 20 and 21, three paragraphs, because as I said on Lawrence O'Donnell's show last night, that is about as close as you get to rule of law, poetry. It was so good. And let me say I was on the panel with my friends Joyce Vance and barb mcquaid. So you know I kind of dragged down the IQ of the panel. But I have to quote what my friend Joyce Vance said, she said that the 11th circuit Court of Appeals opinion was so scorched earth that basically they bench slapped judge cannon. Yeah. And that was a perfect way to put it.

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Glenn Kirschner: The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals Opinion Is 'Poetry'

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:32 min | 2 months ago

Glenn Kirschner: The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals Opinion Is 'Poetry'

"You said justice is coming this morning. It's a sunrise justice. Yeah, and that was almost premature jingle there. That kind of hurt. Sorry. Yeah, no. I think things are looking up. Objectively, things are looking up with the 11th circuit with Trump's former high White House lawyers being ordered back into the grand jury to tell the whole truth about Trump and on and on. It's just kept coming for Trump this week. Yeah. It's a beautiful thing. Well, I mean, as you were saying back when this happened, this was just so improper in the first place. They obviously went judge shopping for judge cannon, which she did was completely improper, but I think as you told us at the time, it just caused the delay that he was hoping for, but that's over now, right? It is over. And you know, it's a really important opinion. I would urge everybody to read at least pages 20 and 21, three paragraphs, because as I said on Lawrence O'Donnell's show last night, that is about as close as you get to rule of law, poetry. It was so good. And let me say I was on the panel with my friends Joyce Vance and barb mcquaid. So you know I kind of dragged down the IQ of the panel. But I have to quote what my friend Joyce Vance said, she said that the 11th circuit Court of Appeals opinion was so scorched earth that basically they bench slapped judge cannon. Yeah. And that was a perfect way to put it.

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The History of Judicial Review

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 2 months ago

The History of Judicial Review

"So did judicial review is an implied power And a lot of people libertarians and others will say well kind of but you know in the states this state that state there judicial review And of course England had levels of I'm not talking about inferences and implications I'm talking about our history And so judicial review became increasingly powerful from about 1820 to 1860 Now one of the judicial review decisions in the 1850s that overthrew a federal law you may have heard of it dred Scott It wasn't a very good decision Was it America But there you had Supreme Court review judicial review And in that decision the Supreme Court essentially effectively Upheld slavery Now what about the lower courts The federal district courts and the circuit courts in the constitution They're not in the constitution They're created by Congress under the authority of the constitution So every single federal district court in every single circuit AKA appellate court is created by Congress So judicial review is implied The district courts and the circuit courts didn't exist They had to be created by acts of Congress And yet there is that language in the constitution of black and white About the state legislatures The siding On the electors

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Mark Levin: Glad J. Michael Luttig Did Not Serve on SCOTUS

Mark Levin

01:29 min | 2 months ago

Mark Levin: Glad J. Michael Luttig Did Not Serve on SCOTUS

"J Michael ludik used to be a friend of mine I've been talking to him in a long time I have no interest in talking to him now quite frankly At first met him when I was 20 Going to law school And I was interning for the administrative assistant To the chief justice of the United States back then Warren Berger He had had the same position at one point later on I believe he went to the University of Virginia law school he clerked for chief justice burger not once but twice And there were very very close Each somebody who I supported way back when To go on the U.S. Supreme Court And all I can say is I'm glad he didn't I'm glad he didn't Because in the end he left the circuit court he went to work for Boeing as general counsel for some period of time And now he's busy writing things And it's too bad when you allow your politics in my humble opinion To affect your straightforward understanding and reading of the constitution

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Biden Begs Supreme Court for Loan Forgiveness

The Trish Regan Show

01:54 min | 2 months ago

Biden Begs Supreme Court for Loan Forgiveness

"Let's get into the news the day here because we have the president thinking he can wave a magic wand and somehow turn around the courts on this whole student loan debacle. Don't forget this was struck down. It's not constitutional. They say, well, somehow he's going back at it again. He now has a lawsuit. He now has a lawsuit that he's taken to the Supreme Court because the Biden administration wants the Supreme Court to revive. His student loan relief program that would forgive up to $20,000 in student debt for tens of millions of Americans. You know what this really is about. Unfortunately, it is about politics because if they actually cared about fixing the system and making sure that more kids didn't take on debt, they couldn't afford it. They'd actually put it back on the colleges. The colleges that are sitting on billions of dollars in endowments were in the colleges are ones with the money. Let's be very clear. And the colleges took advantage of the system that the government, very poorly set up, which then took advantage of a lot of kids, of course, I still believe Gianna know what you're doing when you sign on that dotted line. We have gotten such a massive academia complex that really rivals what we saw once with the military conflict. Remember how back in the 80s everybody was pointing to that big giant military complex they hated it so much. We have the equivalent effectively. If you would in academia, and it's not really serving our country, it's not serving these kids, and it's landing them in tons of debt because, hey, you get a blank check and nobody thinks about having to pay it back. Meanwhile, colleges are out of control in terms of what their inflation rates are because, hey, it's free money. What happens when you have free money? Have we not learned anything over the last couple of years anyway, the Justice Department said in a court filing on Thursday that it planned to ask the Supreme Court to reverse an injunction that was issued earlier in the week by the 8th circuit Court of Appeals prohibits the administration from carrying out student debt relief separately the Justice Department is asking the 5th circuit Court of Appeals to put on hold a decision by a district court judge in Texas to strike down the debt relief program as illegal because hey, why not?

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Another court blocks Biden's student loan forgiveness plan

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Another court blocks Biden's student loan forgiveness plan

"There's been another legal setback for President Biden's plan to forgive student loan debt for millions of borrowers A three judge panel with the 8th circuit Court of Appeals has agreed to keep in place a preliminary injunction that blocks the loan forgiveness program while the appeal process continues in court This comes just days after a federal judge in Texas also blocked the program saying it couldn't be done without congressional authority One of the plaintiffs Nebraska's Republican attorney general says this latest ruling recognizes that the attempt to forgive more than $400 billion in student loan debt threatens serious harm to the economy the Biden administration appealed the Texas court ruling and is expected to appeal this new one from a St. Louis court as well Jackie Quinn

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Applications for student loan forgiveness no longer accepted

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Applications for student loan forgiveness no longer accepted

"The Biden administration is no longer accepting applications for student loan forgiveness now that a second federal court has blocked the program The U.S. Department of Education says it is working to overturn the court orders but at this time it can not take new applications 26 million people have applied But none of the relief can now be implemented Thursday a federal judge in Texas ruled President Biden overstepped his authority by offering loan forgiveness without congressional approval The 8th circuit Court of Appeals also issued an injunction in a case brought on by 6 GOP led states The debt forgiveness plan would cancel up to $20,000 in student loan debt for those who make less than $125,000 a year Jackie Quinn Washington

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Why the GOP Needs to Take the Senate

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:39 min | 3 months ago

Why the GOP Needs to Take the Senate

"The Senate is extremely important when you're trying to bring an administration to account. The house is important. I served in the house. I believe I'm a man of the house. I believe that the house has a great deal of power to investigate. It has the power of the purse. But the reality when it comes to some of these issues that are being done by the Biden administration when it comes to judges when it comes to reconciliation when it comes to these issues that, you know, if they just stick together, even at a 50 50 with a vice president of time, they can make major changes to policy in our country and we've already seen that. So you take away that ability in the Senate and then things get a lot tougher for Biden administration to put through because remember they're not putting things through because they're bipartisan. They're putting things through because they have the reconciliation. Option available to them, which allows them to have a majority in the House, which they're going to lose. So they won't have that anymore. But even if the first miracle was pulled off in the end the Democrats kept the house, they're not going to have the partnership in the Senate to if they can find all 50 senators staying together. Then they're not going to be able to, they could push things through that they normally wouldn't get to push through without that 50 50 split without the majority. It means that Republicans will control the agenda in the Senate and that means that anything from Supreme Court Justices to district court and circuit court. That train will stop. And you'll see a lot of that happening in a month of December coast. If Schumer loses majority, he'll do everything he possibly can to do as much damage as he can in December. Now,

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3 men convicted of supporting plot to kidnap Gov. Whitmer

AP News Radio

01:07 min | 3 months ago

3 men convicted of supporting plot to kidnap Gov. Whitmer

"Three men have been convicted of supporting a plot to kidnap Michigan's governor I'm Ben Thomas with the latest verdicts On the count one gang membership felonies We find the defendant guilty In Michigan's Jackson county circuit court Joe Morrison and Paul bellar were each found guilty on all three charges they faced including providing material support for a terrorist act They were members of a paramilitary group known as the Wolverine Watchmen and held firearms drills with Adam Fox He was convicted in federal court of conspiring to kidnap Michigan's democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer state attorney general Dana nessel also a Democrat hailed the outcome Here's a tax and mass shootings are not spontaneous events The result of planning plotting and amassing resources and build up to violent acts Whitmer took no part in the trial of the three men but said after those who seek to sow Discord by pursuing violent plots will be held accountable under the law of the 14 men arrested 5 have now been convicted to have pleaded guilty and too acquitted The other 5 still face charges in state court I'm Ben Thomas

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"circuit court" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:56 min | 3 months ago

"circuit court" Discussed on AP News

"De Ledesma. AP news for Friday, October 21st, I'm Tim McGuire. A federal appeals court in St. Louis, grants a temporary state to a half dozen Republican led states challenging President Biden's student loan relief program. The state's asking the 8th circuit court to block the program earlier, Biden slammed Republican efforts in a speech to students at historically black Delaware state university. Republican governors wrote me a letter saying this relief was only helps the elite few. You all know you're the elite few I knew you were really special, but no you're the elite few. I'm serious. Ted Cruz, the great senator from Texas. He said it's for slackers. Quote slackers who don't deserve relief. Who in the hell do they think they are? It's unclear what the appeals court decision means for the 22 million borrowers who have already applied for the relief. The soonest the administration expected to begin easing that debt was mid November. Donald Trump faces a subpoena from the January 6th committee, AP Sagar Meghani has this. The panel is demanding the ex-president testify under oath by November 14th in a letter to his lawyers, the committee's leaders say Trump personally orchestrated a multi part effort to overturn his 2020 election loss. It also wants him to hand over documents, including personal communications with members of Congress and extremist groups. It's the most striking escalation in the panel's 15 month probe of the capitol riot, and it's unclear how Trump will respond. He could do anything from complying with the subpoena to ignoring it altogether. Sagar Meghani, Washington. Trump ally Steve Bannon defied a subpoena from that same committee. He's been sentenced to four months in prison on two contempt of Congress convictions, Bannon remains free on bond pending appeal. This is AP news. South Carolina Republican senator Lindsey Graham turns to the U.S. Supreme Court to block a federal appeals court panels order that he testified before Georgia grand jury investigating efforts to change the outcome of the 2020 presidential vote in the state. The district attorney wants to question Graham about calls he made to Georgia's Secretary of State after Donald Trump lost in 2020. Brad raffensperger said that he thought Grammy suggested that he toss out legally cast votes, something that Graham has dismissed as ridiculous. The senator's office says he wants the high court to overturn the ruling that would quote significantly impact the ability of senators to gather information in connection with doing their job. I'm Jackie Quinn. The Nevada state Supreme Court says rule nigh county can start hand counting mail in ballots next Tuesday, two weeks before election day. The court ordering election officials not to live streamed account to keep the

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Republicans Sue Over Officials Accepting Mail-in Ballots Without Dates

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 3 months ago

Republicans Sue Over Officials Accepting Mail-in Ballots Without Dates

"From epic times which is a great site We have many great sites Unfortunately the corrupt media which is despised by so many Americans particularly patriotic Americans Don't cover stories like this Republican Sue Pennsylvania officials who said they'll accept mail in ballots without dates And remember this the U.S. Supreme Court basically overturned what the circuit court under it had said with respect to mail in ballots in Pennsylvania that you've long been required to sign the envelope and date it But the Democrats decided they count them anyway because they thought the people who were too stupid to do it are mostly Democrats They're probably right Republicans are suing Pennsylvania officials after the state's top election official And she's an appointed Democrat the acting Secretary of State because the prior Secretary of State resigned in a scandal After she said officially mail in ballots without dates will be accepted In contravention of state law state law ladies and gentlemen is explicit You don't fill out the envelope properly on the exterior The vote doesn't count Well the Democrats decided it should And that's good enough That makes it righteous and anyone who oppose it a klansman A group of Pennsylvania voters the Republican National Committee and the Pennsylvania Republican Party filed a lawsuit with the Pennsylvania Supreme Court Asking justices to quickly declare illegal the guidance from the Pennsylvania Department of State regarding ballots that don't have dates

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Pennsylvania to Count Undated Ballots, Despite SCOTUS Ruling

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 4 months ago

Pennsylvania to Count Undated Ballots, Despite SCOTUS Ruling

"Where the court made a decision that the decision of the third circuit Court of Appeals right under it Was to be disregarded And that decision by that third circuit court of appeal was that the mail in ballots did not have to have dates on the envelopes And yet the law requires it and its hoe is required in the state of Florida Excuse me the state of Pennsylvania The Supreme Court told the federal appellate court you're on a line So now here's the update and this is why you get angry And this is why you're disgusted with the U.S. attorney's office and Washington the federal bureau of instigation AKA the Stassi Going after pennsylvanians who have tried to push back have tried to figure out ways to deal with this Pennsylvania is going to count undated ballots election officials say despite U.S. Supreme Court ruling A top election official in Pennsylvania This is the acting Secretary of State Lee Sheik man She was not elected she was appointed She's the acting Secretary of State Now stop there Do you think the framers of the constitution wanted something called an acting Secretary of State Which of course didn't even exist them But an acting Not even a confirmed Democrat party Secretary of State making decisions and violation of state law in violation of the federal constitution giving that power specifically to the state legislature Of course not

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Is Joe Biden Puerto Rican Now?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:06 min | 4 months ago

Is Joe Biden Puerto Rican Now?

"Wonder how floridians feel about the president jetting off to Puerto Rico. Instead of Florida now, maybe what he said yesterday will explain his thinking one would think that the American president would feel sort of that floridians are Kindred spirits there Americans in a state, not in a territory, but then again, according to grandpa Joe, he was sort of raised in a Porter Puerto Rico Puerto Rican atmosphere at home. Who knew that he comes from such deep Puerto Rican heritage? I was sort of raised in the Puerto Rican community at home, politically. And so we came here for a long time. Both for business and pleasure since you're part of the third circuit Court of Appeals and Delaware as well. And I was chairman of the judiciary committee. I spent a lot of time in the northern part of the state.

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Doug Mastriano Describes the Armed FBI Raid of a Pro-Life Dad in PA

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:17 min | 4 months ago

Doug Mastriano Describes the Armed FBI Raid of a Pro-Life Dad in PA

"The man running for governor of Pennsylvania, who boy, I hope he wins and we're behind him. Has spoken out clearly against this is Doug mastriano and he joins us right now. Doug, this is outrageous. This has to stop. What are your thoughts? I'm absolutely disgusted by this, Charlie. I mean, and just for just for a perspective here, so in Afghanistan, when we go after known insurgents with weapons that have killed Americans and afghanis, there would be these kind of night raids with maybe 30 or so operatives and 15 or so vehicles and seriously. So we're going to pull up to the American citizen's house with no extensive record or any record of criminality other than having a shoving match outside of a clinic that was dropped by the second circuit court last year. And they're going to go in with all that law enforcement when there's a complete breakdown of society in Philadelphia and are targeting other 7 waving weapons in his face. I mean, this is dangerous. That's an escalation. Thank God mark was cool headed enough to deescalate because of the ridiculous nature of what's going on around him. And it needs to end. And then my opponent, Josh Shapiro, he stands for this he's good with this kind of operation against conservatives. He does see us as a threat to quote unquote democracy. And it needs to end. This is out of control.

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"circuit court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:01 min | 4 months ago

"circuit court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg law with June Grasso from Bloomberg radio. The governors of the states of Texas and Florida seem to be competing not only on sending migrants to sanctuary cities, but also on regulating social media platforms. Texas is taking a stand against big tech political censorship. We're not going to allow it. The truth will set you free, and so that's what we're doing here in the state of Florida. The Texas law barring social media platforms with more than 50 million users from discriminating on the basis of viewpoint was cleared as constitutional by the 5th circuit Court of Appeals last Friday, but Florida similar law was struck down as unconstitutional by the 11th circuit Court of Appeals in May. The Supreme Court often intervenes when there is this kind of a circuit split and Florida's attorney general asked the court to do just that on Wednesday. I guess his First Amendment law expert Caroline mala Corbin, a professor at the university of Miami law school. Caroline tell us a little about the Texas social media law. So Texas passed a law that said that large social media platforms can not discriminate based on viewpoint in terms of taking down posts. And ostensibly, this was in response to a perceived problem of large liberal companies targeting conservative viewpoint. When in reality, what it may well do is hamper platforms ability to take down hate speech and disinformation and speech like that. The companies are claiming this violates their free speech rights, but there may also be a question about preemption, for example, because section two 30 in the communications decency act provides protection for companies in terms of taking down material that they believe might be problematic. Can you give us an analysis of this law using basic First Amendment principles? Free speech clause protects both your right to speak and your right not to speak. So the government can know more censor you from saying what you like, then it can force you to say things you don't like. Anti Nazi dribble or COVID disinformation. The government can not compel you to speech any more than it can sense your speech. The second important thing is whether we like it or not, the Supreme Court has held that for profit corporations have free speech rights to the same extent as you are made with exception for its advertisement and other commercial speech generally, corporations have free speech rights. So corporations also can't be censored by the government or compelled to speak against their will. But the final thing I want to point out is that in free speech law, any time the government attempts to regulate the content of your speech, it is presumptively unconstitutional. On the idea that the government has no business telling you what you can or can not say, or what you don't want to say. So under sort of foundational principles of free speech law, this looks like a content based regulation because it's telling speakers the content of what they have to say. And again, they have a right not to speak as much as a right to speak and companies have these protections as well. So the normal free speech analysis would be, this is a content based regulation. It's telling companies what they have to say. The government is not allowed to do that. It has to have a really compelling government interest and no other way to accomplish that interest in order to survive and the government can make that showing. That's one way to do the analysis. I take it the 5th circuit did it another way. This is how the 5th circuit did the analysis. And I want to highlight two claims it's made, one of which is preposterous and one of which is wrong. So let me start with the really outlandish claim that it made, which is that this does not involve beach in any way. And so it makes this argument in a couple of ways. First, it tries to say that what's going on here is that a private company is censoring speech and censorship is conduct not speech. And the free speech clause protects speech, not conduct. This is silly, apart from the fact that intuitively it seems wrong to say that what social media does or does not stand doesn't involve speech. Even assuming you're going to go along with the 5th circuit attempt to characterize the decision not to publish something as conduct that has an expressive component is also protected by the free speech clause and clearly its decision not to publish something because it doesn't like its content means that its censorship hasn't expressive component. And then it says even assuming this is about editorial discretion in what you say or not stay, editorial discretion is not protected by the free speech clause. In other words, if I write the chapters in a book, that would be protected by the free speech clause. But if I'm putting together a compilation of essays and choosing what other people I want to have in my book, that would not be. That's also just patently false. So the courts attempt to say companies decision not to publish certain things on its platform doesn't involve its speech is incorrect. Very incorrect. The court said, the platforms are not newspapers. Their censorship is not speech, but aren't they just like newspapers for many, many people. So that question actually touches on two things, even the decision of what you want to publish or not publish is a decision about what to say or not say. And it's protected by the free speech cause. But that brings me to my second point, which is the court also argues that social media platforms are actually common carriers and there are special rules involved with common carriers. One of which is you can bar them from discriminating against people. So a common carrier infrastructure that serves as a conduit for people's speech. So a telephone company is a common carrier. Or a postal service is a common carrier. Broadband providers may be common carriers, right? These are people who engage in sort of indiscriminate neutral transmission of any and all users speech. And so the question is the question you raised are social media platforms more like newspapers such that they are entitled to full free speech protection or are they more like telephone companies such that their commentary is there for the government can say you can't discriminate against viewpoint. And whereas I think there would be no disagreement among First Amendment scholars that censorship involves speech. There might be disagreement among free speech scholars about whether social media platforms or best characterized as more like newspapers or more like common carriers. And both the district court in Texas and

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Glenn Kirschner Explains Trump's Colossal Miscalculation

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Glenn Kirschner Explains Trump's Colossal Miscalculation

"We're just in a good mood, right? Because it's been a good week for justice. So where do we even start? So this is a legal term, but judge Derry has had enough of Donald Trump's bull at this point. It seems, is that legally am I saying that correctly? Yeah, what a colossal miscalculation of Donald Trump to recommend judge deary to oversee the review of the documents he stole from the federal government because, you know, the adults are back in the room when it comes to the federal judges that are now presiding both the 11th circuit Court of Appeals and in New York judge dear they are now presiding over Donald Trump's crimes and I'll tell you, Donald Trump is in deep trouble. Judge deary told him put up or shut up when it comes to these ridiculous claims that the FBI planted classify documents at Mar-a-Lago. So we are now on a very good track in this litigation.

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Busting Censorship

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:21 min | 4 months ago

Busting Censorship

"I introduced yesterday a very important decision by the 5th circuit Court of Appeals. Upholding the Texas law that outlaws social media censorship. This was a law, by the way, with large implications for what other states might do. It has direct implications for someone like me, since Debbie and I live in Texas. And as a consequence of this law, if someone like me is banned by Google or banned, which is to say Google owns YouTube or Facebook, we can sue and I want to put you guys, I want to put these social media platforms on notice. We will sue in the state of Texas. Because they're not allowed to engage in viewpoint discrimination in this state. They will be forced to put the person that they ban back on, and they're going to have to pay their legal fees. And frankly, I anticipate that thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of people will be filing these suits if this law, this Texas law stands at the Supreme Court level, which I think will. The only recourse for the social media platforms is to appeal to the Supreme Court. They may not even take the case. But if they take the case, I think it's likely that they will affirm the 5th circuit Court of Appeals. In part because of the just the sheer clarity and even beauty of the reasoning of this case, the Andrew Oldham is the judge who writes the opinion. And he begins by just blasting this idea that these platforms are somehow like newspapers, exercising editorial judgment over everything that they put out. He says quote the platforms that nothing like the newspaper. He goes, unlike newspapers, platforms exercise virtually no editorial content or judgment. The platforms use algorithms to screen out certain types of content, virtually everything else is posted to the platform with this an italics zero editorial content or judgment and think about it. You post on Facebook, by and large, that's what you think. It's not what Facebook thinks. And so right away, the judge just ridicules this idea that this is that Facebook is like The New York Times.

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Ken Paxton: Court Rules Big Tech Cannot Censor

Mark Levin

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Ken Paxton: Court Rules Big Tech Cannot Censor

"Tell us about your tremendous victory in the 5th circuit Court of Appeals Well we had a really well done state law passed in the last legislative session protecting people in Texas from censoring based on viewpoint And we had a 5th circuit ruling in our favor on various grounds saying that these big tech companies can not censor and that our state law stands And in many ways this will have national implications I think because it's going to be very hard for these tech oligarchs to just limit this to the citizens of Texas don't you think Yeah and I think you'll find other states that will see it I mean we were successful in the 5th circuit There's no reason that other states shouldn't protect their citizens and certainly their argument that somehow this violates the First Amendment The court said no that's not the case Editorial discretion is not the First Amendment And this regulates conduct not speech

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Conviction of Adnan Syed in 'Serial' podcast case is overturned and judge orders him released

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Conviction of Adnan Syed in 'Serial' podcast case is overturned and judge orders him released

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting adnan syed the subject of the hit podcast serial is to be released after his conviction is tossed A Maryland judge has ordered the release of adnan syed after overturning said's 2000 conviction for the 1999 murder of Heyman Lee Zayed's conviction drew widespread attention in 2014 When the debut season of the serial podcast focused on Lee's killing and raised doubts about some of the evidence prosecutors used in their case against syed Last week prosecutors filed a motion saying a lengthy investigation with defense attorneys uncovered new evidence that could undermine syed's 2000 conviction Circuit court judge Melissa Finn ruled the state violated its legal obligation to share exculpatory evidence with sayed's defense ordered the now 41 year old syed's conviction be overturned and placed him on home detention with GPS location monitoring The judge ordered the state to decide within 30 days Whether to seek a new trial date or

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"circuit court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:43 min | 8 months ago

"circuit court" Discussed on WTOP

"The circuit court of lounge county to nullify that order because it is without authority Judge James plowman disqualified beverage office after it worked out a plea deal a month below the 7 month sentencing guideline in a property crime case Biberi says her office is doing the good work of progressive prosecutors lowering crime and lowering the counties incarceration rates And the people here elected me to represent them as the commerce attorney In Leesburg particularly on WTO P news Up ahead the fight against a COVID vaccine mandate is back in the courts 8 43 Creating a culture of innovation at the Department of Defense and across the federal government Here's Josh marquise with Google Cloud on the need for reforming acquisition policies The way in which we make decisions about allocating resources is still defined by a system that was designed by Robert McNamara in the 1960s So what we're looking at is from the decision to say we need a new system that that system showing up on the battlefield routinely takes 15 years If the Secretary of Defense and the president and the American people want us to adopt technology rapidly we have to have a cycle time of decision making that is at the same pace as the technology that we want to buy is coming out Otherwise we're always going to be lagging and not just lagging behind the frontier but lagging behind our competitors like China and Russia That's Josh Marcus of Google Cloud On the building trust in government podcast For more visit federal news network dot com Search miter Millions of people use Zoom phone The innovative and feature rich cloud phone system for businesses of any size Zoom.

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"circuit court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:38 min | 11 months ago

"circuit court" Discussed on WTOP

"The top stories we're following for you this morning on WTO President Biden leaves today on a four day trip to Europe He'll meet with allies tomorrow in Brussels then travel to Poland on Friday The White House says mister Biden is preparing to roll out new sanctions on most members of Russia's lower house of parliament Supreme Court nominee katangi brown Jackson returns for another day of hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee yesterday Republicans asked pointed questions about her decisions in child pornography cases and the abortion rights precedent in roe V wade the judge is already being confirmed by the Senate three times including last year to a position on the D.C. circuit court Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes The veterans affairs department is bringing employees back to the office but envisions a hybrid workplace for staff Federal news networks jury heckman has more The VA says it brought non bargaining unit employees back to the office last week and expects bargaining unit employees to return to the office by may a return to the office only impacts a portion of the total VA workforce nearly 80% of staff have been frontline workers since the start of the pandemic Deputy VA secretary Donald Remy says the agency is pivoting to a hybrid workplace that will keep telework in place for eligible employees The hybrid work environment will allow for people to use telework arrangements So that they only have to come into the office a set number of days during the week Jory heckman federal news network it's 7 18 Traffic and weather on the 8th year gone back to Rita in the traffic center The updating the situation in Maryland on the inner county connector there was some debris in the roadway east bound afternoon Hampshire avenue first the right side was blocked and the left side blocked but it looks like they may have moved everything over to the left shoulder so they may have gotten everything cleared out but it is still very slow getting past the scene still enough trucks with the flashing lights left to look at You'll also find in Maryland on the beltway Outer loop side delays before New Hampshire avenue headed around to Georgia avenue southbound 29 is also slow toward university boulevard in the beltway but that looks to be just a volume delay southbound 95 before two 12 there was some debris in the roadway that needed to be cleared out It was a truck debris tire debris actually Over on the left side northbound 95 at 8 95 there was a broken down truck along the right side northbound branch avenue before surratt road the broken down vehicle cleared and the lanes are open and also northbound two ten between Palmer and Kirby hill That crash is cleared and those delays should have eased In the district delays on southbound D.C. two 95 coming from the BW Parkway in 50 headed authorities capital street inbound New York avenue social in the anacostia river pretty much had it all the way to the light at bladensburg road northbound 7th street and independence avenue that crash should be cleared with the travel lanes of open If you're on the beltway it is the inner loop of the beltway in prince George's county China hit across the Wilson bridge That's going to be the volume delay with nothing reported In Virginia northbound 95 has the delay Dale City into woodbridge after you cross the aka Kwan all the way in through newington then in Springfield on to three 95 in stretches headed toward king street and approaching the 14th street bridge Southbound 95 before 17 and falmouth the crash on the right side and westbound 66 near 50 was a report of a broken down vehicle Transform your smile with G four by Copa's precision implant dentistry technologies schedule your consultation today and get 5% off your procedure Visit G four by goldblade dot com I'm Rita Kessler WTO traffic Okay my center for suns up and looks like we've got some cloudy skies We do it's going to be kind of a gloomy day No rain for the next several hours but you're going to need the umbrella of this afternoon There's rain rolls in.

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"circuit court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"circuit court" Discussed on WTOP

"Jackson really was the FrontRunner from the very beginning Yes there were several other qualified individuals who got a very serious look But this is someone who President Biden knew because he just nominated her last year to serve on the D.C. circuit court And he chose her for that court for a reason The D.C. circuit court is often viewed as a springboard to the Supreme Court Bloomberg Supreme Court reporter Kimberly Robinson tells WTO who is most likely to support Jackson's nomination The Democrats have to stay united in order for her to get the 50 votes necessary She has been through this process as you mentioned pretty recently where she did pick up three Republican votes it's not clear if she'll get those same votes this time around It's different voting for a lower court judge than for a Supreme Court nominee But so far the reaction to her has been a bit tempered from conservatives We've seen Lindsey Graham say that he's disappointed that the nomination didn't go to somebody else who probably could have gotten broader support but we haven't really seen kind of attacks on her record yet really substantive attacks that are going to stick and cause her confirmation to fall apart Again that was Bloomberg's Supreme Court reporter Kimberly Robinson The district is joining each of the 50 states in having two statues in the U.S. capitol a statue of Pierre la font will be unveiled on Monday by speaker Nancy Pelosi House majority leader steny Hoyer and House majority whip Jim Clyburn mayor muriel Bowser and D.C. council chair.

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"circuit court" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"circuit court" Discussed on KGO 810

"The Supreme Court vacancy her Senate hearing for a spot on the D.C. circuit Court of Appeals has been delayed Friday the president called it miraculous that nobody was killed in Friday's bridge collapse in Pittsburgh as the NTSB investigates ABC's Ellen Lopez is near the scene To collapse took place before 7 a.m. schools had been delayed for two hours due to weather keeping traffic light early Friday morning Several people were hurt A U.S. citizen who used to live in Kansas allegedly led an all female ISIS battalion She's now an FBI custody and will be arraigned Monday You're listening to ABC News It's in traffic Now checking KGO traffic in San Francisco westbound 80 on the Fremont off ramp of two car crash went on the shoulder one in the center divide Southbound 101 on Caesar Chavez The off ramp is being closed unclear what exactly is causing that possibly some emergency construction work Also San Francisco north pound one O one just south of two 80 another stalled vehicle This one in the center divide 5 80 westbound just east of Eden canyon in the Dublin area a crash there Two vehicles involved one in the center divide and one on the right hand shoulder With KGO traffic I'm dean Michaels Hi Rick Edelman here Every week I give you the information you need about the 5 personal finance topics that matter most.

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"circuit court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"circuit court" Discussed on WTOP

"Trial date has been set for Maryland governor Larry Hogan's former chief of staff On charges of misconduct in office and illegally recording conversations the Baltimore sun reports were Roy McGrath will go on trial June 7th the date was set during a brief virtual hearing in Annapolis this morning McGrath is also facing federal criminal charges He was Hogan's top aid for just 11 weeks in the summer of 2020 He resigned after the sun reported he'd negotiated an exit package of more than 230,000 from a state agency before he went to work for Hogan and Hogan says he didn't approve of the payment last fall in McGrath was indicted on federal charges that he had misled officials in order to get them to approve the payment Operations at Maryland's courts will remain limited through early March due to the pandemic Clerk's offices and district and circuit court statewide will remain open to the public but there will be no jury trials in those courts All jury trials scheduled through March 4th will be rescheduled District and circuit court judges will be hearing cases remotely or in person and the Court of Appeals and court of special appeals will be operational but the chief judge can decide whether to hold proceedings in person or remotely Here's a sweet story in 2019 a boy from Maryland and his beloved neighbor tossed a bottle with a message inside into the Atlantic Ocean Now that bottle's been discovered after a three yearlong journey Sasha Yong yak and his friend mister Wayne were a mile off ocean city Maryland when they sent the bottle on its way We threw it in and it just started sailing Recently Kieran Marin and Rita Simmons spotted the bottle as they were walking on a beach in Ireland Kieran merrin spoke to NBC four We recovered really excited In the bottle was a note about Sasha's hobbies and his hometown The couple were able to track down Sasha's dad Vlad on Facebook It was so cool to hear that the bottle made all the way to Ireland Sasha is now 14 He hopes to meet Kieran maron and Rita.

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"circuit court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"circuit court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Boils down to two decides Who decides when it's in the best interest of the United States to disclose presidential records Is it the current occupant of The White House or the former who does have some interest in the confidentiality of the documents D.C. circuit court judge kanti Brown Jackson summed up the main question in former president Donald Trump's lawsuit to stop the national archives from releasing White House records to the House committee investigating the January 6th capitol riots Executive privileges typically reserve for the current occupant of The White House and at oral arguments on Tuesday all three judges appeared skeptical about Trump's invocation of executive privilege in a case where president Joe Biden has waived it Here's circuit court judge Patricia millet We have one president at a time under our constitution That's what GSA is saying And that the income and president has said has made the judgment and his best position and Supreme Court has told us to make that call as the interested executive branch My guest is Harold krant a professor at the Chicago Kent college of law How there was a lot of discussion of both the Supreme Court's Nixon decision and the 1978 presidential records act Tell us about that Both the 1978 act and the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Nixon versus GSA suggests that there is a role for a former president to assert privilege but that the views of the incumbent should be weighed much more heavily and has been done in the past with respect to president Nixon for instance he claimed that the archive should not be able to assert jurisdiction over his papers once he left office because he obviously feared the embarrassment from the Watergate investigation as subsequent cover up And the court said he was entitled to raise that claim but the interests of falling through with the presidential records act in the interest with respect to having a public archive presidential documents outweighed his claim particularly when it was his former vice president or Ford who was the incumbent and did not wish to protect the presidential papers from the direction in the presidential records act which would be to file them in the archives So why doesn't that control here And it's an easy case the incumbent president gets to make the call It does But there is one sort of omission if you will issue that was left unspoken in the mixed diversity GSA case which is how do you value the two assertions one by the sitting president and one by the former president Obviously the court was on safe ground and saying the views of the former president take less precedence with each succeeding year but they didn't quite say what is the proper test Is it that the sitting president almost always wins except for an extraordinary case Is it that there is a presumption of regularity that the president who's sitting He's got to worry about a relationship with Congress He's got to worry about relations with foreign countries perhaps and his responsible for national security all in contrast to the former president So what is the test used to sort of weigh those two interests together I do think personally that we could envision a time when a sitting president wanted to release papers from his predecessor or her predecessor just because it might have been vengeance May have been anger And if there really is no basis for the current president to wave the privilege then I think there may be a role for the court to step in to protect executive privilege But this seems to be a very clear case that even if there is to be a balancing with respect to the incumbents views in the former presidents particularly when this is pertaining to a legitimate request from Congress that it should be an easy case It's interesting that one of the judges judge Jackson wrote that presidents are not kings when she required former White House counsel Don McGahn to comply with the house subpoena So clearly she is the most anti Trump assertion of executive privilege in this case The other two I think showed little sympathy but they also suggested that they might not rule completely in congresses and Biden administration's favor that there had to be some kind of balancing some kind of accommodation of views and whether that would result in a remand back to the district court for individual balancing document by document There is a great range in terms of documents which seem to be much in the square of executive privilege such as draft speeches reports of conversations that the president had with advisers like Mark Meadows those would be highly protected where as calling logs appointment logs and presidential calendar has much less privilege attached to it The Trump lawyers asked the appeals court if it rules against them to keep blocking the national archives from providing the disputed documents to Congress for another 14 days to give them time to appeal to the Supreme Court In your view how likely is it that the Supreme Court would take this case I think that's a good chance that the Supreme Court would take the case they can decide it relatively quickly as they had in other political controversies from time to time The obviously took the question about executive privilege and Trump's taxes last year So they think it's important So I would think of more likely than not that they would take the case but I think they would take it on an expedited fashion so that we would have an answer one way or the other by June Thanks Hal That's professor Harold krane to the Chicago Kent college of law Coming up next the Supreme Court appears ready to roll back abortion rights This is Bloomberg I.

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"circuit court" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"circuit court" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

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"circuit court" Discussed on Histoires d'une (R)évolution.

Histoires d'une (R)évolution.

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"circuit court" Discussed on Histoires d'une (R)évolution.

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"circuit court" Discussed on Histoires d'une (R)évolution.

Histoires d'une (R)évolution.

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"circuit court" Discussed on Histoires d'une (R)évolution.

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"circuit court" Discussed on Histoires d'une (R)évolution.

Histoires d'une (R)évolution.

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"circuit court" Discussed on Histoires d'une (R)évolution.

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"circuit court" Discussed on Histoires d'une (R)évolution.

Histoires d'une (R)évolution.

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"circuit court" Discussed on Histoires d'une (R)évolution.

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"circuit court" Discussed on Histoires d'une (R)évolution.

Histoires d'une (R)évolution.

09:21 min | 1 year ago

"circuit court" Discussed on Histoires d'une (R)évolution.

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"circuit court" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"circuit court" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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