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"circuit court appeals" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:15 min | 6 months ago

"circuit court appeals" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Proudly serving the Midwest since 1955 you're listening to wtmj conversations. I'm Libby Collins. Our guest today is attorney Frank gimbal, and we're going to be asking Frank about a painful subject. His younger brother Stanley. And what happened to him? Were there any cases that you ever regretted taking or that you were sorry that you didn't accept? I can't think of any anything that with great specificity, Okay? I will say that. Yes, I have had cases. Where I had regrets about having taken the cases because, uh, they were challenging cases and the outcomes didn't please the client. And of course, sometimes people who get in trouble. Will try to find an alternative source of their trouble than themselves. And so I had some critical heat generated towards me by the client because of their unhappiness with the outcome. And I I I didn't feel in those situations as I recall them generally that they got other than great representation. But the fact is that I should have gotten some signals from them in the early stages of our interaction. That said, This is a trouble case and, uh, take a hike from it. And you know, I, um, while I'm now not taking cases. Except periodically I'd pass them off to Lawyers in my firm you know which I started in 1968. When I left the government as myself, and then my brother joined me Now the lawyer law firms got 20 lawyers got like 50 people and I don't get involved in the management of it or anything like that. But Still have enough of a reputation that people call me to represent him. And I pick a case here and there that go down the road and have some fun. You mention your your brother. Your younger brother. Can we talk about him a little bit. Sure, Stanley was, uh, a mischievous boy. He was very, very smart. I always like I guess in Jewish families had the responsibility for minding him. The older brother, and from time to time, I might have fallen down on the job, and I would get the heat. Not him. When he was a lawyer. He was extraordinarily, uh, Start as an internal revenue Special agent, he went to the Justice Department Criminal Tax Division. He was brilliant. It was accounting, and he tried a lot of cases. When he left, the government joined me. He defended a bunch of cases with colorful people. Lady who owned a woman stripped right down and men strippers down in Lake Geneva tried to adjourn three weeks. Quit it. She was acquitted. Um, uh, then, uh, he got a reputation that With some of the people in the government that you know he was too smart and, uh, a couple of guys. The government went to set him up and they were successful. They had undercover agent come in and be a client and Stanley I did some things that led to his being charged with a crime. He went to trial. He was convicted. He was sentenced and we hired a lawyer from Chicago who now is a judge in Chicago federal charge. Who went to the seventh Circuit Court appeals, They threw out his conviction. And but Stanley along the line lived up. 10 days and most every day that he woke up in the morning and tragically after he was Cleared and acquitted and never lost his license. He developed some serious health issues and at age 50 80 went in for, uh, or heart surgery and he did not survive. So I lost him back in 1995, which is 25 years ago. I miss him every day. Do you think that with the government did or as you said, these agents who set him up? Do you think that led to his early death? I think it contributed substantially to it. Yes, I really do. Uh, no. What do you do about it? Nothing. Yeah. You just You just are wary, and I tell my young lawyers that they should be very, very careful. When, uh, client comes through the door that they're dealing with a person who is legitimate and if the client suggests that you do something wrong, get rid of the client. We are not friends or coal act doors with the bad guys. We represent bad guys. And I say that gender neutral but we don't We don't become their partners in crime, and we don't help them facilitate. And I think I learned that lesson from the experience that I observed with my brother. In fact, that Warned him a couple times about that himself. But he was very trusting and, uh and he had He had a different sense of some of the some of the guys that we represented. He kind of socialized with him after work, and so it's over. I've tried not to do that ever and, uh, Think that's the best policy. Why don't mix business with pleasure. When your criminal defense lawyer you don't you don't develop social relationships with your clients. Now, I can't say that that's globally true that I have never had a client that's been charged with crime. I haven't had a social relationship with because I have but very, very rarely, very rarely coming up on WTMJ conversations. You know, you have to condition yourself Libbie into not being judgmental. We'll ask Attorney Frank gimbal how he made that decision of going from prosecuting the bad guys. To defending some of them. I'm Dr Jeffrey Knees go to with a Z age wave centers along with Dr Away.

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"circuit court appeals" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"circuit court appeals" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Trump Campaign loses in court on Lisa Brady Fox News, and this time the ruling sends a message about evidence. Another appeal is planned, though Fox is Jared Halpern has this live. An appeals court panel in Philadelphia has dismissed the challenge from President Trump's legal team. In the ruling the third Circuit Court. Appeals is calling an election unfair does not make it so charges require specific allegations and then proof the court rights. We have neither hear. The opinion was written by a judge nominated by President Trump. Ruling upholds a district court judge's ruling also rejecting a request the block certification of Pennsylvania's election results. Janet Ellis, one of the attorneys representing the president, indicates they will appeal to the U. S. Supreme Court Lisa Jared earlier today President Trump calling the election a total scam also tweeting that Joe Biden can only enter the White House as president. If he can prove that is quote ridiculous 80 million votes were not fraudulently or illegally obtained. Yesterday. The president said he will leave if the electoral college certifies Biden as the winner. The pandemic isn't stopping black Friday shoppers. Everybody's wearing your mask and everybody's keeping their distance. He's at a best buy in Orlando. Really crowded, not too crowded but crowded enough. Analysts expect online shopping to be even more popular this year and an ongoing impact from pandemic related changes and budgets. National RETAIL Federation CEO Matthew Shay telling Fox business had to make different choices about how to spend their money. So the home became the place that you from what you worked. You entertained, you went to school. You exercised all of those things and that's driven consumption. A short day and week on Wall Street ends with gains the Dow up 38 points the NASDAQ Up 1 11 to a new record close 12,002 05. America is listening to Fox News. Is the cost of finishing the basement worth the benefit of.

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"circuit court appeals" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"circuit court appeals" Discussed on KTRH

"Despite the numbers being down significantly from last year, As for Texans who are heading over the river and through the woods via automobile this year, he'll find the cheapest Thanksgiving gas prices in 12 years. Triple A has a statewide average for regular unleaded in a dollar 79 a gallon and Stan a penny from last week, but 47 cents cheaper than a year ago, Houston's average fell a penny this week to a dollar 76 per gallon. It's 45 cents less than a year ago. Search continues for suspects after a 14 year old boy was killed after being shot and then struck by a vehicle in northwest Houston scene unfolded late last night along West Tid Well, police say the team was Shot after approaching a vehicle and seen talking to the people inside. The suspects, then took off in an older model sedan, possibly a Chevy Malibu. Anyone information is urged to call police. Other details have been released. Damage reported after pre Thanksgiving storms spawned a tornado overnight in North Texas. More than 70 families in Arlington were displaced after damage reported throughout the city. The Arlington Fire Department says the damage Was widespread includes apartments, homes and businesses, least three people so far suffered minor injuries. Speaking on Fox Business Network today, Trump 2020 campaign senior adviser in the president's daughter in law, Lara Trump says the president would not rule out running in 2024. If the remaining lawsuits not going favor of his legal team. We know what he's able to do with the economy. We know what he's done on so many other fronts, and I think they're ah lot of people that want to see four more years of this president. Right now. The Trump campaign is still has a lawsuit pending challenging Pennsylvania's election results there. A judge last week turned down that lawsuit rejected it. But the Trump campaign has appealed to the U. S Third Circuit Court appeals, which has agreed to hear the case, and they believe the case could eventually reach the Supreme Court. Meantime, election recounts continue in Georgia and in Wisconsin this week. Ktrh news time. 11 04. The Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in New York City is still on this year but will be much different because of the pandemic. The parade normally has upwards of 10,000 marchers, but officials say they cut that number by nearly 90%. Was in the parade they'll be wearing facemasks executive producer Susan Terceiro says. Folks watching on TV may not see huge crowds, but they will see the popular features like those giant character balloons and floats. We'll have our normal events like Broadway and the Rockettes and then Santa. So all these elements that everyone knows and loves. I'll be a little see that and the normal parade route that will not be used rather just one small section My Herald Square. Parts of the parade her taped that's Scott Pringle in New York investors not feasting today as much as they did yesterday. More on that from Ktrh money man. Pat Shin stocks are trading mixed following yesterday's gains. In addition, traders may just want to hang onto their wallets ahead of tomorrow's Thanksgiving holiday. The markets will be open on Friday for just half a day. Among stocks to watch PC maker HP is one of the better performers after posting profits above, analysts estimates. They've been a big beneficiary of people working from home and right now on Wall Street, the Dow is down 179 points that's about just half of 1% as a B 500 is down 10, but the NASDAQ is up 16 and crude oil is up. 66 cents to 45 57 a barrel. The Houston Cougars game against Tulsa this Saturday is now on hold due to the ongoing covert 19 cases within the U. H program. The game has tentatively been postponed until December. 19th It's the second Miss Game in a row.

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"circuit court appeals" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"circuit court appeals" Discussed on KTRH

"Bring us some great A 30% chance of showers. Maybe some thunder this afternoon. A warmer day, mid upper seventies my meteorologist Terry Smith from the Weather Channel 67 now under overcast skies of the ktrh Top tax defenders 24 Hour Weather Center Ktrh news time 901 our top story While the number of new covert 19 cases continues to rise, the death rate Continues to fall. We never hear about that part of it, Fox News contributor Adam Goodman told Houston's Morning news. It's not a coincidence, then more inflaming versus informing sort of living people knowledge about what's really going on a lot of the media that delved into crisis. And I think that's why we are on the edge of our seats today, when, in fact there's so much to be thankful and optimistic about. And while the pandemic was politicized during the election, Goodman is hopeful the vaccine will also heal. Some of the media is reporting. That same front US surgeon General Jerome Adams, bringing positive news about the latest developments to combat coronavirus. He talked about it on Fox News this morning. The science really has done tremendous work. This year. We are almost to a vaccine were literally going to start vaccinating, vulnerable people within the next couple of weeks. We've got Regeneron. We've got new remedies out there. But we just need you the American people to hold on just a little bit longer, and it's not too late to have a safe holiday celebration. Adam's recommends keeping Thanksgiving gatherings to fewer than 10 people if possible. Federal appeals court says Texas has the right to exclude Planned Parenthood from its Medicaid program. The U. S Fifth Circuit Court appeals has ruled in favor of state officials who removed Planned Parenthood from the medical program for low income people. In making its decision the state had drawn upon an undercover video created by pro life advocates back in 2015 that showed Planned Parenthood officials in Texas selling fetal tissue. Lower court had blocked the state's action in 2017. But the fifth Circuit has overruled that decision. Now Texas Senator John Cornyn, looking to bring the future headquarters of U. S Space Command, a space force to Texas corn and sent a letter this week to Air Force Secretary Barbara Barrett touting San Antonio, which is on a short list of six cities in the running for space force headquarters. Air Force expected to make a final decision in January. Other recount underway in Georgia. The new recount in Georgia begins today at the behest of President Trump. There will be observers, says Gabriel Sterling of the Georgia secretary of state's office. They could watch the process. They can't be intrusive. They're just there to make sure that the balance of being handled properly. The recount will be conducted using ballots scanner machines. Each of Georgia's 159 counties has one scanning device so the recount might take up to nine days to complete. State officials do not expect this recount to show any difference from previous recounts in audits happen Brown Fox News Good Start to the Morning on Wall Street. The Dow was up 331 points already. The S and P 529 NASDAQ up 32 crude oil up more than a dollar to 44 38 a barrel our next update at 9 30 now more Michael Berry. I'm Corey Olson on NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh. Thank you for this. Green 69 years old that, of course, the ride of the Valkyries. It's the Valkyries where How did you know that lava? Holla! That's not that's not the same thing. Serve. You need way Don't serve mead often enough that we need more. Why didn't more mean surface that would solve a lot of our problems I'd like to point out This free program in the first hour just provided to you. Classical music Blue Danube. Deer processing. Vanilla lies.

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"circuit court appeals" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"circuit court appeals" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"To Saturday night on the circle 93 w, possibly the worst kept secret in all of D C. Politics. I am of course, referring to the imminent nomination of Donald Trump's Supreme Court justice. Well, that nomination has came. Announcement was announced. You heard that covered by Chris Davis and Guy Releford, but now get ready for Ethan Hatcher and Dr Route to take their stab at it for this week's edition. Of a root of the matter, Thiss. He's still routed the letter You're listening to Saturday night on the circle on 93. W E. B C on your host, Ethan Hatcher joined as always by Dr David, a professor of political science at the University of Indianapolis now Oh ah Midwestern Nominee Veteran of Notre Dame University, Amy Cockney Barrett has been selected by Donald Trump to fill the vacancy created by Ruth Bater Ginsberg. Free 80 interesting stuff and sending. Ah, you know, There's a lot a lot going on here, so I'll try to cover you know shortly, but you're right. Midwesterner hose your homeland for us. You know, she went to Notre Dame graduate from her. She taught at Notre Dame. So She's a she's a Hoosier. She's 48 years old. Been married for about 20 plus years has seven kids, seven Children, very conservative justice. Not a lot of record, though, yet because she was nominated for the Court of Appeals, the seventh Circuit Court appeals, which covers Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin. She filled that role in 2017, so she's only been on there for about three years. Pretty good optics, though so far, especially for a judicial pick. I mean, one of the great moments coming from today's announcement, of course, was seeing her drive her Children and her husband, Tio. Ah, the announcement in a minivan like she's just too shocked Regular mom. You know exactly. In fact, she will be the on ly justice on the court, or she'll be the first woman justice on the court to be the fifth. It's got it's got confirmed. But the first woman to actually have school aged Children and don't don't lose sight of this. There are currently now with Ruth Bader Bins were gone. There's currently two women on the court, Elena Kagan and Sonia Sotomayor, but neither of them are mothers. Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a mother and I do kind of have a feeling that I mean, Trump was going to nominate a woman to replace Ginsberg. That was straight away pretty well known, but I wouldn't be surprised if Chief Justice Roberts went to Trump and said, Please give me a mother. Because I don't got any on the court. Justice Roberts You think Justice Roberts would be behind the conservative pick? I mean, he's been the swing vote in recent years. In every case that's mattered. It's it's not uncommon is they're both Catholic. That's part of it. Yeah, it's not uncommon for the chief justice to at least offer their perspective. It's not like they try to push a nominee would even take it to go well, right. But the Catholic part is good, too, because if she goes on, it means you've got seven Catholics on the court and Too Jewish. I'm going to put Hagen as a Jewish person there, her and Bryer, but you have no Protestants on the court. You haven't had a Protestant on the court since 2010 when Justice Stevens retired, but you have seven to Catholics, 63 or six of those would be Republican nominees. Sonja sort of my orders. The other 1 9.5. Well, yeah, with with Roberts. But here's the thing with Amy Cockney Barrel, one of the one of the big political issues, it's going to come up. It's her record on abortion. Which he doesn't have a big one. She's only been part of two cases on the low record, and she didn't author them. She only signed on to them so we don't know exactly what her thinking is. But she is a conservative Catholic woman. Take a guess. But I mean, isn't any attack on her abortion record going to be perceived as an attack on religious quality religious people's qualifications to sit on the judiciary? It sure it might. It could, but but that's my That's the angle that the Democrats and the left. You're going to take their already trying to paint her as a cuckoo because she's part of a group called people for praise or people in praise. Which you did use the term handmaidens and has now been called the cult. But if that's the best they got, think about it. She's a woman. You got no me to movement here. Well, we already tried The Handmaid's tale. Ah, analogy with the Trump election in 2016. So that's going nowhere. They're going to try to get her probably somewhere as a religious kuku, a writing religious cuckoo, But really, that's such a far fetched argument. At this point. She has a very sterling record, both on the court and in academics and as a lawyer. If you think that this lady is nuts, it means you're not. I mean the brass tacks of the matter, though, and what this is really all about is going to fundamentally change the makeup of the court for the next Couple of decades, at least, unless there's a surprise retirement. You're absolutely right. I mean, she's only 48. She's right in the age hopper for your typical Supreme Court nominee, which is somewhere between 45 55. So she's right there in the hopper, which means she'll sit on there for probably, you're right, 30. Plus years and The the Conservatives will have a 63 majority by appointee. I think I like which said you got about 5.5 because you don't know how Roberts video and actually to watch Gorsuch because if she does go on the court Watch Gorsuch. He's going to be the tell on whether or not the liberals they're going to be able to keep swinging that court. He's had some issues for the conservatives. So But you are gonna have a lot of young conservatives in particular. Roberts, Alito, Gorsuch Cavanaugh. And now what would be Justice Barritt? Which are going to sit there for a long time. I mean, this is, in a sense, it's the New Warren Court 60 years later, just on the other side of the political, I'll now, In addition to the announcement of Amy Cockney Barrett as President Trump's nomination to the Supreme Court, we also have the debates to consider, because I mean, we are right on the precipice of election. Now it's hard to believe we're just a little more than a month away 45 days we're all 45 days, which is just absolutely and saying and just a couple of days Now, let's see Saturday Sunday Monday, too. Three days away from the debate September 29th gonna be hosted by moderator Chris Wallace from Fox News, and I think he should be a fairly moderate moderator. You know, as far as that's concerned. I don't know. I've seen him do some interviews this summer would trump and then with Democrats, and he seems to be a little bit more favorable with the Democrats, even though he's sure I mean, yeah, but he's going to be more moderate than once you get out of MSNBC, or, you know something like that. Yeah, Yeah. I mean it. It's going. What's going to be interesting in the debates to me isn't so much the issues it's going to be the personal performances between Trump and by Trump's already calling foul. He already said in an interview on Brian Kilmeade show that the debate would be unfair. One's gonna be unfair about it. What do you mean, should be mopping the floor with this guy? Exactly? Or playing whack a mole where he just keep shoving it back into the into the ground F Y I If you're looking for coverage on the debates, WNBC is going to air that covered starting at 8 P.m. with the Fox news pre game show going down before the debate itself starts at nine. So be sure to tune in to WNBC starting at eight o'clock because you don't want to miss a moment. It's gonna be very exciting to see the debate. And, of course, host Tony Katz is going to be doing a Twitter takeover during the.

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"circuit court appeals" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"circuit court appeals" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"In the upper eighties he had 70 degrees at news radio Wofl a billionaire Michael Bloomberg is looking to help felons in Florida have a say in the upcoming election. Ah federal appeals court ruled previously convicted felons in Florida can have their voting rights restored after serving sentences and paying court costs, fines and restitutions. The financial debt is prohibitive to many ex cons. But now former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who has considerable personal wealth, is helping to raise money to pay off these felons, debts. So far, he's raised millions clearing 32,000 Florida felons to vote. Bloomberg previously committed 100 million to assist Democratic nominee Joe Biden in Florida in Miami. Evan Brown NEWS RADIO Calais President Trump says he'll announce on Saturday his choice to replace Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. President Trump Rally in Pennsylvania actually thanked his longtime GOP nemesis, Mitt Romney. You're siding with him and backing a pre election vote on its soon to be announced Supreme Court nominee By backing a vote, Romney becomes the latest and perhaps most Consequential GOP domino to fall all but assuring the president's pick will not only receive an up or down votes, but very likely a confirmation. Still, Senate Democrats are fighting back limiting, for example, the GOP's ability to hold committee hearings on Capitol Hill in retaliation for Republicans trying to fill the high court vacancy in an election year. While the president has said as many as five candidates are under consideration, sources tell Fox News. It's really a three person race, but Judge Amy Cockney Barrett of the seventh Circuit Court Appeal's favored Kevin Corke reporting the eventual 6 to 3 conservative advantage on the court, as many wondering if Democrats will try to add justice is to bring back balance. Retribution is on the table of President Trump's third Supreme Court nominee is confirmed and Democrats win back the White House and.

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"circuit court appeals" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"circuit court appeals" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We've got 62 degrees at one o'clock that afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney and stocks are tanking today. The Dow right now is down about 800 points. We'll have the numbers for you right after the news. The Trump Administration has designated New York City quote an anarchist jurisdiction and is such risk to cut federal funding. Governor Cuomo not please, the governor said. It's part of Trump's political playbook. He's tried the same move with sanctuary cities and federal funding. Actually do this, We will challenge it legally. And he was those once again. The governor called Trump the Law and Order candidate and added Trump is not above the law, he said the president does not control federal funding. I'm Lisa G W. R News, Seattle and Portland sharing the anarchist jurisdiction designation, President Trump said to have spent most of the weekend on the phone, trying to decide on his picture. Replace with Bater Ginsberg on the Supreme Court. Seven Circuit Court appeals Court Judge Amy Cockney Barrett is said to be the front runner. Trump is saying he'll announce his pick. Friday or Saturday. Never Pearl Stain is a law professor at Manhattan's Yeshiva University. And she says Republicans wanna move fast. They're worried about making sure they know exactly who they're getting in this pic, and that's important. It's always happens. But in this remarkable political climate and really fraught political climate, delay tends to advantage. The opponent against very body will lie in repose at Supreme Court Building this Wednesday and Thursday. A federal judge in New York is now imposed a partial preliminary injunction meant to hold any changes the Postal Service operations that could adversely affect the election. The order is a victory for candidates and voters who argued in a lawsuit that changes to the postal Service by Postmaster general to joy will undermine the integrity of the November national election by causing delays in delivery and ultimately counting of mail in ballots. Government denied the charge. But the judge said the right to vote is too vital of value in our democracy to be left in the state of suspense. He ordered the Postal Service to address the plaintiff's concerns by Friday or said he would impose a plan to treat election related mail is priority mail and pre approved overtime for mail carriers. Aaron Carter SKI ABC News New York Today is likely to be the day that the United States tops 200,000 Corona virus desk 200,000 people dead from Cove. It 19 in seven months, among them, Dr Rebecca Shadow in a 62. Rolled infectious disease expert in Kentucky who just lost her life to Cove. It 19 after a four month battle her son Jesse, and to the day she died, and she always She championed the message of wearing your mask in public today over 28,000 people are hospitalized, the lowest numbers since June. But three states Montana, Hawaii in West Virginia, are setting new records for deaths like Stone ABC airs and This is just now coming in giant star running back, say, Quan Barkley, not confirmed of tortillas, HCL and now out for the season. In person learning starting today on a limited basis in New York City school, The mayor was in Elmhurst, Queens, checking things out at the mosaic pre K Center reporting. The four year olds there were wearing masks and other safety measures were in place as 734 schools restart in person learning this week, I talked to a number of parents and the word I've heard the most was excited. I said. You mean the kids excited in the parents? I know I'm excited, too, because I know this is good.

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"circuit court appeals" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"circuit court appeals" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Being a minimalist, and they might have had quirky reasons for voting with the Liberals. The ruling today on the Green Party's access to the presidential ballot is not one of them. It was a purely political decision by a guy who suckered a number of US conservatives into supporting when he ran for the state Supreme Court, So he didn't face a conservative challenger in the primary election and has gotten on the Supreme Court and has now already tipped the balance over to the left. Let me give you the background of the case and what the court's rationale was for keeping the Green Party off the presidential ballot. Green Party. The Green Party is one of those third parties that's out there, but one that gets a decent amount of support in presidential elections. The left has been obsessed with destroying the Green Party in 2020, despite the fact the Green Party is a liberal party. Why In 2016 Donald Trump won Wisconsin by 24,000 votes. The Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein in 2016 got 31,000 votes. There are many who believe But if the Green Party was not on the ballot in Wisconsin, Donald Trump would not have won Wisconsin in 16 that Hillary would have Given the fact that most expect Wisconsin to be very close again. There's been an effort by Democrats to keep liberal third parties off the ballot. Kanye West nominating petitions were thrown off. By the Wisconsin Election Commission back by a court ruling now today, the Wisconsin Election Commission's decision to throw off the Green Party candidates off the ballot was backed by the Supreme Court. On a 43 vote, The three liberals and Brian Hagedorn voted Do not consider the green counties appear. Green Party's appeal the three conservatives on the court Went the other way in a strongly worded descent. The Green Party candidates Howie Hawkins and Angela Walker claim the State Election Commission wrongly refused to put them on the ballot. The Election Commission cited a change of address. From one of the filings to another filing by one of the candidates, the candidates that Hey, I moved, that's all It seems to be a very slim technicality to take someone off the ballot. The Election Commission voted 33. To take the name off the ballot, given the fact that the staff recommended that the name be taken off the ballot, it was off. The Green Party, therefore sued went to the Wisconsin Supreme Court. The Supreme Court today denied to take original jurisdiction of the case. And therefore said that the election will that the ballots do not have to be changed. The Green Party. Ask that the case be dealt with by the state Supreme Court immediately, rather than work its way up. Circuit Court appeals Court Supreme Court because The election is coming up with the first ballots needed to be sent out. Now they wanted the Supreme Court to come and render a decision right now. The four justices on the court and stop me If you're having trouble with this, I don't know how you're supposed to stop. You could be the person who could stop me if you're having trouble with us. The four justices on the Supreme Court said there simply isn't enough time. For the Supreme Court to consider the case and still have the ballots. We sat out in time for the election. We can have a chaotic election. The absentee ballots have to be mailed. Therefore, we are not going to consider the appeal. That's something That means Wisconsin Supreme Court says We don't care if the State Election Commission is denying access to the ballot. We simply don't have time to sit decide whether they have or they have not. So the Green Party is off the ballot, and the Democrats have gotten their way. In their descent. Three actual conservatives on the court. Pat Rogan Sack Annette Siegler and Rebecca Bradley. Strongly disagree. With the court's rationale, the most conservative the Bunches Rebecca Bradley, not to be confused with an Walsh Bradley and I want to quote from her to set. The majority pretends the court lacks sufficient time to complete our review and award any effective relief. What nonsense Wisconsin law unquestionably required that Mr Hawkins said. Ms Walker appear on the ballot. The court could have ordered their certificates. Certification is candidates before any ballots were mailed the voters instead, the court refuses to perform its duty to faithfully apply the law. And allows the Wisconsin the Election Commission to flout it. Their boy signaling that the election committee, thereby signaling to the Election Commission that it may disregard the law at Webb. With no accountability to the people for its transgressions. In dodging its responsibility to uphold the rule of law. The majority ratifies a grave threat to our republic suppresses the votes of Wisconsin citizens. Irreparably impairs the integrity of Wisconsin's the elections. And undermines the confidence of American citizens in the outcome of a presidential election. That's Rebecca Bradley's descent today, she said. The facts of the case overwhelmingly point To the court ordering that the Green Party candidates names appear on the ballot by the state Supreme Courts Majority joined by Hagedorn saying, Well, even if they did, we don't have time to do it. That you are rewarding the election commissions. Democratic members. For ignoring state law, and that's precisely what has happened here. I have encouraged Republicans to be very wary of the crap that's going to occur during this election. Understand what is now just happened. State Election Commission throws off the ballot. A third party that might have siphoned away a handful of votes from Joe Biden. Those candidates appeal to the state Supreme Court, the three liberals on the court joined by the sellout so called conservative Hagedorn say, Well, maybe your rights were violated. Maybe you are wrongly taken off of an American ballot. But we just don't have time to decide it because we've got to send out the ballots so tough..

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"circuit court appeals" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"circuit court appeals" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Minutes until the closing bell for the Thursday session. At this rate, the NASDAQ composite will finish at an all time high. If the current level holds right now we're up about 1%. Let's cross to the macro squawk desk and get the latest from Bill Maloney. Hey, built and good afternoon dug US stocks climbing again today with NASDAQ once again leading the way. House currently up 53 points. SUV's gained 11 and like you, said. NASDAQ trading higher by 120 points or 1.1%, US 10 years at 100.64% crude futures are trading in the red Gold is up 24 points and transports gained 40 points Leaders to the upside in the doubt, Microsoft Intel an Apple, while downlink and Wal Mart led to the downside, after exist a lot of fell 8.6%. And another is Tessa top $2000 a share while uber and lift one a delay on the order converting drivers to employees wrapping things up. Ross stores reports after the bell Live from the first to break a new status. Condo. Maloney Duck. All right, Bill. Thank you. We've got long term interest rates drifting a bit lower today after the government said the number of workers applying for first time Jobless benefits unexpectedly increased more than a million 10 year Treasury yielding 64 basis points. I'm Doug Prisoner. That's your Bloomberg business Flash. All right, Doug. Thank you so much. Well, a couple of political headlines definitely caught Jason my attention this morning. One was about Steve Bannon. He's an architect, Of course of Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign. He was arrested and charged with fraud. The other headline. Had to do with a federal judge rejecting President Trump's latest bid to block the Manhattan district attorney's subpoena of his tax records. Excuse me are Greg Farrell understands the legalese of all of this, his investigative reporter for the legal enforcement team at Bloomberg News. He joins us on the phone from Westchester, New York. Great. Good to have you here with us. Let's start with Steve Bannon. What's going on here? Absolutely. Uh, Wow. It's amazing story, the Penis on social media, But they're right. You know, the building of the wall has been You know the Trump campaign signature element four years ago and couldn't get the money so that a bunch of private citizens back by Steve Bannon raised money through Crowdfunding. Promising that all of it would be building the wall, and none of it would go to the organizers. And sure enough in the indictment today, it's clear that Bannon himself and the leader Brian Coalface. Help themselves to hundreds of thousands of dollars out of $25 million raised and I was just over a six month period. So it's really it looks bad for the you know, at least for Bannon's populist revolution. Well, it also potentially looks bad for the president and some of his close associates members of his family. You know, social media as you alluded leaves quite a trail and so you go back and you sort of see stories and tweets and interviews of this organization. And as you say, this was the central piece, at least this idea. Build the wall. I mean by my reading of Josh Greens, terrific book our colleague Josh Green about Steve Bannon. I mean, this was what really galvanized and crystallized the campaign. That's why Steve Bannon gets so much credit for getting Donald Trump elected. It was around this sort of built the wall. The president we should say, basically has said Yeah, I sort of knew him and he did some work for me, but I don't know. I haven't talked to her in a while. Right, which was Paul Manafort treatment. When Manafort was charged in 2018 by Robert Mueller. Late, 2017 didn't know much. He was only there are many people in the campaign, etcetera. But going back to this? Yes, the other people. This might not be the end of it. It could be. You know, this's being brought by Southern district of New York's public corruption unit, which suggests there is an elected official or some component to an elected official here. And remember that Kris Kobach, who was a big supporter of Trump's, I think in the I'm not sure for 1000 Senate and then Trump put him in charge of the voter Fraud Commission that went nowhere in 2017, and he ran for governor of Kansas last year. Two years ago. Unsuccessfully, he was another headline. He served his general counsel for the separate That's a bad position because that means things would've gotten vetted through him. So we'll know what he knew our weather out stuff that was in the indictment today about your disguising payments to Ah Cof wage and others. We don't know that he was aware of that. But if you're the general counsel for something and put you more in the cross hairs than some of the other characters involved, like Erik Prince And in a few other boldface names. Well, there's somewhere a massive white board making all the connections. No doubt about it, Greg. So talk to us about the other story that definitely caught our attention this morning about President Trump's Latest plan to block the Manhattan D a on his subpoena his tax records. He lost it. So where does that leave us? Or that you write, you write? He lost it in so far as the judge ruled against him, I would argue he's won the big game because it was a year ago that side Vance, the Manhattan district attorney, try to get Trump's tax records and Trump Organization's tax records in order for a grand jury to look at it and possibly build a case of fraudulent conduct, and Trump sued super suit in federal court. There was this whole nine months back and forth. The second Circuit Court appeals to the Supreme Court, which finally was resolved a month ago. And even then there's more litigation this past month and when you know as soon as the decision came in against Trump Trump's lawyers moved for appeal Now, even if The appeal is denied, and tax records have to be turned over like tomorrow or next week. Um, it's you know, it would take weeks or months, and there's no way Vance would charge anything before November 4th so To some extent, Trump has won the battle of keeping this, you know, keeping any kind of charges against him or his organization from happening before the election, So we're not going to see Are the public will not see or anybody will see. Publicly the president's tax forms before the November election. That's the bottle direct, because right, so even if you turn them over, they would be protected by grand jury secrecy, and the only way that stuff would dribble out is if and when and after charges were filed, and if it ever went to court. Then this would be evidence that could be produced, but but just because they have it, and let's say they do get it within the next few weeks, you know they would be breaking some serious rules if they somehow leaked it or put in the public record. This is a three top secret. So I think you know the trumps like run out. The clock game has worked in this case, despite today to buy today's loss, yes. No and been rebuked by the by the federal judge. Battles and wars. That's for sure. All right, Greg Pharrell, thank us so much. We were quite a day today that we were so relieved. I have to say I was relieved and excited when I saw that he was attacked these stories because I thought I don't understand what these really mean. Oh, good. Greg Harrell can explain it all in about six minutes will bring it all together, which he just did. So our thanks to him. Looking after all things legal.

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"circuit court appeals" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"circuit court appeals" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"W m a cumulus stations news Now they'll use it to buy Maria Leaf of former FBI lawyer plans to plead guilty to making a false statement. In the forest criminal case of rising from US Attorney John Germs investigation into the probe of ties between Russia and the 2016 Trump campaign. Kevin Client. Smith is being charged in federal court here in Washington and is expected to plead guilty to one count of making a false statement Moments ago. President Trump reacting So that's just the beginning. I would imagine. What happened should never happen again. So he is pleading guilty. Terrible thing. Factors they spied on my campaign and they got caught. You can watch the president's full briefing a double gmail dot com The health of the Chesapeake Bay is leading to a lawsuit. Maryland and Virginia are working to reduce pollution in Chesapeake Bay, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation president will Baker says Pennsylvania officials don't That will meet the commitments. They have repeatedly made the Commonwealth's residents and to the neighbors their neighbors downstream. So Baker says his foundation is preparing to sue the environmental Protection Agency to the federal judiciary to require to enforce federal law and make Pennsylvania do its part to clean the bay. Heather Curtis sound of Mail and w e mail dot com New This hour three judge panel of the ninth U. S Circuit Court. Appeal's throwing out California's ban on high capacity ammunition magazines. The panel's majority of rules of the law banning magazines holding more than 10 bullets violates the constitutional right to bear firearms. The Trump Administration official in charge of the country's Koven 19 testing strategy says that the U. S. Is doing enough testing and his doom Smith in critics who say otherwise. This is Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Services, Admiral Brett Giroir. You beat the virus by smart policies supplemented by strategic testing. You do not be the virus by shotgun testing everyone all the time. I'm really tired of hearing it by people who are not involved in the system that we need millions of tests every day. Louisiana authorities arresting three women accused of assaulting a teenage restaurant hostess because they were upset They couldn't all be seated together due to Corona virus Distancing rules. A 17 year old victim, telling news outlets that she was working at a Chili's restaurant last weekend when a party of 11 wanted to be seated together, she said they became irate when she told them no more than six could sit together. Cove in 19 has been bad news for most of us, but not for the Virginia Lottery. The lottery ended its fiscal year of the end of June with its third most profitable year in history. $595 million for K through 12 education. It was also the lottery second highest year for sales ever. Yes, Bales did drop sharply in March in April, but with not much else to do. Sales took off in May in June, the lottery's director, calling it literally the only game in town. Still this past year trail the previous year, the biggest on record, thanks to a $1.5 billion mega Millions jackpot in October of 2018. John Matthews on Ellen dot com. Checking.

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"circuit court appeals" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"circuit court appeals" Discussed on KTRH

"To return to work Houston police chief art Acevedo says county judge the Hidalgo's plan to release some nonviolent offenders because of the corona virus pandemic is an example of the judicial system in danger in the public at a time when G. fossil joined today by district attorney Kim all who also voiced opposition to a dog was planned in the release was blocked by a court order last week sheriff ed Gonzalez is now appealing that in court a federal appeals court has upheld governor Greg Abbott's executive order that blocks most abortions in the state during the corona virus pandemic the order temporarily bans all nonessential medical procedures in order to free up hospital space and equipment for the covert nineteen operate several abortion providers sued to block the order from applying to abortions the fifth circuit court appeals today ruled in favor of the St century General Ken Paxton applauded the ruling saying quote I think the fifth circuit for their attention to the health and safety needs of Texans suffering from this medical crisis K. T. R. H. news time eight oh three president trumpeted as White House coronavirus briefing warning things could still get worse but remains confident the virus will pass soon if one person dies it's a painful week yeah we know that's going to unfortunately happen there's a monster were fighting but signs are that our strategy is totally working every American has a role to play in winning this war president also announcing that plane loads of medical supplies and gear are heading out to states that need it this week Exxon Mobil making a massive spending cut due to market fluctuations over covert nineteen the oil and gas giant said it would reduce capital spending to twenty three billion dollars instead of the originally planned thirty three billion company still planning to meet its twenty billion dollar investment on the U. S. Gulf coast as part of its growing the Gulf initiative and Exxon Mobil is also working on creating reusable face masks and shields to help protect people from corona virus snickering commits newsradio seven forty KTRE all Texas state parks and historical sites closed due to the threat of coronavirus governor Greg Abbott says the temporary closures are necessary to stop the spread of the virus and prevent large groups from gathering together governor also still encouraging Texans to remain home and practice social distancing Harris County judge Nina had Dogo says local parks will remain open as.

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"circuit court appeals" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"circuit court appeals" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Just want to finish by reviewing for you. It is my hobby horse, but it is of importance to every Republican out there. The only thing that the Senate can do on its own is confirm judicial nominees for the past two years. Democrats have used the roles left to them after the Reid rule. Change the filibuster to simply do the four corners offense, slow everything down. For two years. Republicans have been talking about changing the rules to make it two hours of debate. Not thirty every judicial nominee takes thirty hours of debate. And the Democrats run down the clock. Therefore, we've got twelve circuit court appeals nominees, which are almost as important as a print court. Scream court. Here is eighty cases a year max, the appeals court each one of them. Here's about three thousand. So when you appoint an appeals court, you're changing the law in the United States back to what the constitution meant that the most important thing that the Senate does outside of the supreme court nominees. The most important thing I will admit attorney general secretary Defense Secretary of state and secretary of the treasury the big four so they ought to come first after that circuit court nominees and supreme court justices are even more important than the big four. So we're down to like six seven eight nine ten th through the twelve nominees that are vacant and the two or four that are coming very quickly. The Senate was supposed to change the rules this year, they promised to they were gonna use the Reid rule to shorten the time of debate on nominees from thirty hours or two hours. And then the rule that appeared that Senator ROY blunt of Missouri came forward with unbelievably didn't touch the circuit court nominee timing in the whisper was whether a few people in the caucus who don't want to do it. I say put forward the rule change to two hours, and let us see who those people are because they everybody knows this issue. A lot of people inside the beltway do not believe that we follow this issue. We follow this issue closely, very very very closely. And the the Senate majority leader is doing the right thing. He is all over this. He's been all over it for two years. You've got thirty appeals court judges confirmed despite these crazy roles, but it is time to pick up the pace Republicans. This is on you on ROY blunt on Lindsey Graham, and every member of the Senate Republican caucus. It's on you the president nights. Is tweeted. As I predicted sixteen states led by open border, Democrats, and the radical left have filed a lawsuit. And of course, the ninth circuit, California, the state of the wasted billions of dollars on their out of control pass train with no hope of completion. And it seems in charge the failed fast train project in California where the cost overruns are becoming world record-setting is hundreds of times more expensive than the desperately needed wall. He's right. But Mr President you've got to go tell the Senate to confirm your ninth circuit nominees. Tell them that. Because the district court will hear it that challenge. And then the circuit will impaneled a panel of three judges right now, it is heavily weighted to Democrats there are at least three I think there are four nominees in line to go on the night circuit who would otherwise be in the pool of eligible judges to hear. Here. The appeals. There is a fifth one vacant. And there are lots of great people who could fill that people like Richmond who I believe is acceptable. The Dianne Feinstein, even is a great serious lawyer. Let's get going. Let's get someone up for every single vacancy because if you're going to complain about the ninth circuit and do nothing about putting people on the court. It's not all the fault of the Democrats. If you don't do what you can do to get it done like using the emergency declaration good for you. But those courts in the ninth circuit, there are a lot of district court judges that should have been confirmed two years ago. And finally Senate Republican. I know some of you listen to show you write me, you can change this rule tomorrow. You know, you can you have been Fultz and around for two years and two months, and you promised to do it and ROY blunt, no, not thirty hours for circuit nominees, the leader. We'll schedule the circuit nominees under any rule that exists in the ought to just keep you there until they're all done really keep everyone of you there until they are all done. Because Republicans have had it in the Senate Republicans are not doing enough the sitting around not doing enough. Meanwhile, AFC David speech that I think everyone needs to hear cut number sixteen telling you where every democrat would be president stands on her green deal the green new deal that we introduced two weeks ago, which.

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"circuit court appeals" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"circuit court appeals" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Want to finish by revealing for you. It is my hobby horse, but it is of importance to every Republican out there. The only thing that the Senate can do on its own is confirm judicial nominees for the past two years. Democrats have used the roles left to them after the Reid rule. Change the filibuster to simply do the four corners offense, slow everything down. For two years. Republicans have been talking about changing the rules to make it two hours of debate. Not thirty every judicial nominees takes thirty hours of debate. And the Democrats run down the clock. Therefore, we've got twelve circuit court appeals nominees, which are almost as important as a print court. Spring court. Here is eighty cases a year max, the appeals court each one of them. Here's about three thousand. So when you appoint an appeals court, you're changing the law in the United States back to what the constitution meant that the most important thing that the Senate does outside of the supreme court nominees. The most important thing I will admit attorney general secretary Defense Secretary of state and secretary of the treasurer of the big four so they had to come first after that circuit court nominees and supreme court justices are even more important than the big four. So we're down to like six seven eight nine ten th through the twelve nominees that are vacant and the two or four that are coming very quickly. The Senate was supposed to change the rules this year, they promised to they were gonna use the Reid rule to shorten the time of debate on nominees from thirty hours or two hours. And then the rule that appeared that Senator ROY blunt of Missouri came forward with unbelievably didn't touch the circuit court nominee timing. And the whisper was well there are few people in the caucus who don't want to do it. I say put forward the rule change to two hours, and let us see who those people are because they everybody knows this issue. A lot of people inside the beltway do not believe that we follow this issue. We follow this issue closely, very very very closely. And the the Senate majority leader is doing the right thing. He is all over this. He's been all over it for two years. He got thirty appeals court judges confirmed despite these crazy roles, but it is time to pick up the pace Republicans. This is on you on ROY blunt on Lindsey Graham on every member of the Senate Republican caucus on you the president nights. Is tweeted. As I predicted sixteen states led by open border, Democrats, and the radical left have filed a lawsuit. And of course, the ninth circuit, California, the state of the wasted billions of dollars on their out of control pass train with no hope of completion. And it seems in charge the failed fast train project in California where the cost overruns are becoming world record-setting is hundreds of times more expensive than they desperately needed wall. He's right. But Mr President you've got to go tell the Senate to confirm your ninth circuit nominees. Tell them that. Because the district court will hear it that challenge. And then the circuit will impaneled a panel of three judges right now, it is heavily weighted to Democrats there are at least three I think there are four nominees in line to go on the night circuit who would otherwise be in the pool of eligible judges to hear the appeals. There is a fifth one vacant. And there are lots of great people who could fill that people like Rick Richmond. Who I believe is acceptable. The Dianne Feinstein, even is a great serious lawyer. Let's get going. Let's get someone up for every single vacancy because if you're gonna complain about the ninth circuit and do nothing about putting people on the court. It's not all the fault of the Democrats. If you don't do what you can do to get it done like using the emergency declaration good for you. But those courts in the ninth circuit, there are a lot of district court judges that should have been confirmed two years ago. And finally Senate Republican. I know somebody you listen to show you write me, you can change this rule tomorrow. You know, you can you have been Fultz in around for two years and two months, and you promised to do it and ROY blunt, no, not thirty hours for circuit nominees. The leader will schedule the second nominees under any rule that exists in the oughta just keep you there until they're all done really keep everyone of you there until they are all done. Because Republicans have had it in the Senate Republicans are not doing enough the sitting around and not doing enough. Meanwhile, AFC David speech that I think everyone needs to hear cut number sixteen telling you where every democrat would be president stands on her green deal. The green new deal that we introduce two weeks ago, which.

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"circuit court appeals" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"circuit court appeals" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Not thirty every judicial nominee takes thirty hours of debate. And the Democrats run down the clock. Therefore, we've got twelve circuit court appeals nominees, which are almost as important as a frame court. Spend court. Here is eighty cases a year max, the appeals court each one of them. Here's about three thousand. So when you appoint an appeals court, you're changing the law in the United States back to what the constitution meant that the most important thing that the Senate does outside of the supreme court nominees. The most important thing I will admit attorney general secretary Defense Secretary of state and secretary of the treasurer of the big four. So they ought to come first after that circuit court nominees and supreme court justices are even more important than the big four. So we're down to like six seven eight nine ten th through the twelve nominees that are vacant and the two or four that are coming very quickly. The Senate was supposed to change the rules this year, they promised to they were gonna use the Reid rule to shorten the time of debate on nominees from thirty hours or two hours. And then the rule that appeared that Senator ROY blunt of Missouri came forward with unbelievably didn't touch the circuit court nominee timing. And the whisper was whether a few people in the caucus who don't want to do it. I say put forward the rule change to two hours, and let us see who those people are because they everybody knows this issue. A lot of people inside the beltway do not believe that we follow this issue. We follow this issue closely, very very very closely. And the the Senate majority leader is doing the right thing. He is all over this. He's been all over it. For two years. You got thirty appeals court judges confirmed despite these crazy roles, but it is time to pick up the pace Republicans. This is on you on ROY blunt on Lindsey Graham on every member of the Senate Republican caucus. It's on you the president United. States is tweeted. As I predicted sixteen states led by open border, Democrats, and the radical left have filed a lawsuit in of course, the ninth circuit, California, the state of the wasted billions of dollars on their out of control fast train with no hope of completion. And it seems in charge the failed fast during project in California where the cost overruns are becoming world record-setting is hundreds of times more expensive than needed wall. He's right. But Mr President you've got to go tell the Senate to confirm your ninth circuit nominees. Tell them that. Because the district court will hear it that challenge. And then the circuit will impaneled a panel of three judges right now, it is heavily weighted to Democrats there are at least three I think there are four nominees in line on the ninth circuit who would otherwise be in the pool of eligible judges to hear. Here. The appeals. There is a fifth one vacant. And there are lots of great people who could fill that people like Rick Richmond, who I believe is acceptable, the Dianne Feinstein even integrate serious lawyer, let's get going let's get someone up for every single vacancy because if you're gonna complain about the ninth circuit and do nothing about putting people on the court. It's not all the fault of the Democrats. If you don't do what you can do to get it done like using the emergency declaration good for you. But those courts in the ninth circuit, there are a lot of district court judges that should have been confirmed two years ago. And finally Senate Republican. I know somebody you listen to show you right me. You can change this rule tomorrow. You know, you can you have been around for two years and two months, and you promised to do it and ROY blunt, no, not thirty hours for circuit nominees, the leader. We'll schedule the second nominees under any rule that exists in the outta just keep you there until they're all done really keep everyone of you there until they are all done. Because Republicans have had it in the Senate Republicans are not doing enough sitting around not doing enough. Meanwhile, AFC David speech that I think everyone needs to hear cut number sixteen telling you where every democrat would be president stands on her green deal the green new deal that we introduced two weeks ago, which was.

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"circuit court appeals" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"circuit court appeals" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"That does not apply to Donald Trump. Welcome back, America. The president has backed down. He's got round heels on the nominees for the ninth circuit. And it's a it's a stunning and disappointing turn of events. Let me tell you. What happened last year at the midpoint of the year after a year and a half trying to get Diane Feinstein and Kamla Harris to deal with the White House, then White House counsel, Don Mcgann, and President Trump said enough of this nonsense. We're nominating three judges to be circuit court appeals court judges Intel. We've had it. We're done. You've been blocking them. You want return? Your blue slip. You won't negotiate with us. So they nominated three great great nominees. Patrick the Matei. Daniel Collins, Kenneth Cole, Lee, all members of the federal society. All great judges. They all would have been terrific. Yesterday and. Diane Feinstein made it very clear when she quoted she was quoted. On. December twenty eight that she did not want these people renominated the Dianne Feinstein who screwed Bret cavenaugh totally turned into fiasco has not cooperated. Goes to see the new White House counsel, Pat sip baloney early great things about, but I don't know him. Senator Harrison I made clear to the new White House counsel, Pat sip baloney that we continue to oppose the package of ninth circuit nominees. Put forward by the White House in October. And that the nominees were submitted without our agreement. Well, I don't care and neither does Lindsey Graham. There are no more blue slips those three judges ought to have been renominated yesterday when the White House sent forward fifty one nomination, but they didn't Donald Trump back down, Pat sip baloney backed down now to be very for what it's worth I supported to different people for the ninth circuit. I wanna judge Andi Guilford of Orange County's district court and judge James Rogan of California's superior court to be nominated the ninth circuit, those were my two choices, but I didn't win. So okay. I advocate for people that don't get the job. That's that's just the way it goes. But once you nominate you don't back down because of Diane Feinstein and Kamala Harris, but the president did in fact back down yesterday. That has simply got to change that will that is a disaster because that means he's got round hills. And that's the one thing that people love about Donald Trump a lot is he doesn't back down. He does not back down. Now that let me turn to the president the United States because the president of the United States has tweeted. Doc. These.

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"circuit court appeals" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"circuit court appeals" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"This does not apply to Donald Trump. Welcome back, America. The president has backed down. He's got round heels on the nominees for the ninth circuit. And it's a it's a stunning and disappointing turn of events. Let me tell you. What happened? Last year at the mid point of the year after a year and a half trying to get Diane Feinstein and Kamala Harris to deal with the White House, then White House counsel, Don Mcgann, and President Trump said enough of this nonsense. We're nominating three judges to be circuit court appeals court judges in California. We've had it. We're done. You've been blocking them. What return your blue slip? You won't negotiate with us. So they nominated three great great nominees. Patrick the Matei. Daniel Collins, Kenneth could y'all Li all members of the federal society. All great judges. They all would have been terrific. Yesterday and. Diane Feinstein made it very clear when when she quoted she was quoted. On December twenty eight that she did not want these people renominated, the Dianne Feinstein has crude Bret cavenaugh totally turned into Gasco has not cooperated goes to see the new White House counsel, Pat sip baloney, early great things about him. Senator Harrison I made clear to the new White House counsel pats baloney that we continue to oppose the package of nights circuit nominees. Put forward by the White House in October. And that the nominees were submitted without our agreement. Well, I don't care and neither does Lindsey Graham. There are no more blue slips those three judges ought to have been renominated yesterday when the White House sent forward fifty one nomination, but they didn't Donald Trump back down. Pat, simple Oni backed down now to be very for what it's worth I support it to different people for the ninth circuit. I wanna judge Andi Guilford of Orange County district court judge James Rogan of California's superior court to be nominated the ninth circuit. Those were my choice, but I didn't win. So okay. I knew you advocate for people that don't get the job. That's that's just the way it goes. But once you nominate you don't back down because of Dianne Feinstein and comma Harris, but the president did in fact back down yesterday that has simply gotta change that will that is a disaster because that means he's got round hills. And that's the one thing that people love about Donald Trump a lot is he doesn't back down. He does not back down. Now that let me turn to the present the United States because the president of the United States has tweeted..

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"circuit court appeals" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"circuit court appeals" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Does not apply to Donald Trump. Welcome back, America. The president has backed down. He's got round heels on the nominees for the ninth circuit. And it's a it's a stunning and disappointing turn of events. Let me tell you. What happened last year at the mid point of the year after a year and a half trying to get Diane Feinstein and Kamala Harris to deal with the White House, then White House counsel, Don Mcgann, and President Trump said enough of this nonsense. We're nominating three judges to be circuit court appeals court judges. In california. We've had it. We're done. You've been blocking him. You won't return. Your blue slip. You won't negotiate with us. So they nominated three great great nominees. Patrick the Matei. Daniel Collins, Kenneth Cole, Lee, all members of the federal society. All great judges. They all would have been terrific yesterday. And Dianne Feinstein made it very clear when she quoted she was quoted. On. December twenty eight that she did not want these people renominated Dianne Feinstein who screwed Bret cavenaugh totally turned into fiasco has not cooperated goes to see the new White House counsel, Pat sip baloney, early great things about him. Senator Harrison I made clear to the new White House counsel. Pat, simple ony that we continue to oppose the package of ninth circuit nominees. Put forward by the White House in October. And that the nominees were submitted without our agreement. Well, I don't care and neither does Lindsey Graham. There are no more blue slips those three judges ought to have been renominated yesterday when the White House sent forward fifty one nomination, but they didn't Donald Trump back down, Pat simple baloney backed down now to be very for what it's worth I supported to different people for the ninth circuit. I wanna judge Andi Guilford of Orange County district court judge James Rogan of California's superior court to be nominated the night circuit. Those were my choice, but I didn't win. So okay. I advocate for people. They don't get the job. That's that's just the way it goes. But once you nominate you don't back down because of Diane Feinstein and Kamala Harris, but the president did in fact back down yesterday that has simply got to change that will that is a disaster because that means he's got round hills. And that's the one thing that people love about Donald Trump a lot is he doesn't back down. He does not back down now that let me turn to the president United States because the president of the United States has tweeted. The fact he's tweeted three times.

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