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Fresh update on "coney" discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"The present it could actually lose the election but set up the Republican Party to be a more diverse party than the Democratic Party and set it up for long term demographic success with black and Hispanic voters that that's no one wants to talk about that right now. But the reality is that there are black men and Hispanic voters who are moving to the Republican Party at a rapid clip and they're doing so because of economic policy. And they don't particularly like the lockdowns they think it hurts them economically and while they don't particularly care for the president. They increasingly don't identify with the Democratic Party and they're starting to look around and realize the Democrats take advantage of them for so long black women will probably be the last to leave the Democratic Party for historic reasons but black men are rapidly walking out the door of the Democratic Party at Hispanic voters are to in its measurable enough in the polling that national pollsters are starting to realize this. Now, what am I always told you people? This is really important here. Demography is destiny only if you let it be that way. Events changed things and events are changing things. I know people who are brilliant political strategist who spent their entire careers on the idea that the Republican Party is doomed because of demographics and that's only true if you allow it to be true and it looks like evince or changing things. You know I've mentioned before that. There are new stories that is sometimes you don't hear because they disrupt the narrative. This is probably my chief criticism of the American media these days there are new stories out there. That are relevant. based. On the media's own data that the media chooses not to report because it messes up their prevailing narratives. For example, there are media polls out today. There's a Gallup poll out at believe it's a a pew research poll as well. Showing that forty nine percent of Americans favor confirmation for Amy Conybeare at fifty eight percent of Americans opposed packing the Supreme Court with additional seats notice. This isn't a big story other. Oh, I know what Polo was. I'm sorry. The latest one is the new. York Times CNN poll. Notice how not me? It's a New York Times poll and yet no one is talking about my buddy Casey Maddox was all the program just a while back as a matter of fact, actually tweeted this out. Let me find it here. I- recirculated on twitter. You should follow me on twitter at he w Erickson although I did drop an F. bomb yesterday narrative buster according to Casey Matic Per New York Times CNN poll should the Senate vote on the ACB nomination for the election forty-seven percent say yes. If she is confirmed should democrats add seats to the Supreme Court Fifty, eight percent? Say No. It's a narrative buster. So notice how the media is not talking about its narrative. Now. Let me see if I can get into some of the the data here. should vote on the amy. Coney Barrett nomination before the election fifty, four percent of men say, yes. Forty percent of women say yes. Fifty percent of forty, five to sixty four say yes fifty four percent of whites say yes. Forty two percent of Hispanic say yes. Forty six percent of other say yes only twelve percent of African Americans say yes. Let's see high school. Let's say fifty one percent some college fifty, five percent. It's bachelor in college degrees Bachelor graduate degrees that are only about thirty. Five to thirty eight percent let's see independence are forty nine percent yes. Forty percent no Republicans eighty-six yes..
What we've learned about Barrett's views on abortion cases
"Judiciary Committee hearings in full swing this week. Arlene's outta wrote this report. For many feminists, it is the most painful, outrageous and sad irony that the Supreme Court seat once held by Ruth Bader Ginsburg, one of the most staunch supporters of women's rights and civil rights, will soon be held by another woman. But one who seems to be the mirror opposite of R B, G and all her views the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings this week on the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court. But her views on full display despite the fact that she repeatedly refused to answer questions about her opinions, questions on such settled issues as the right to birth control and the right to vote, including a peaceful transition of power. As the result of that vote, all got I cannot comment answers. When asked about her view opposing same sex marriage, she offhandedly used the term sexual preference when referring to the LGBT plus community, even though many activists say the term is offensive. One after another Democratic senators tried to press her on her record, such as the fact that she previously signed onto an ad describing abortion as barbaric and calling for the Roe v. Wade decision to be overturned. Her two dissenting opinions and abortion related cases, one of which involved allowing minors to get an abortion without notifying parents by way of judicial bypass, and another that would have required fetal remains to be formally buried. Observers say 17 cases related to abortion are one step away from the Supreme Court and three including a 15 week abortion ban from Mississippi could be taken up as early as its next session. And her only nod to any progressive opinion. Barrett seemed to support the idea of desegregation by calling the Brown v. Board of education decision a super precedent that isn't likely to ever be overturned. The Judiciary Committee is set to vote to approve barrettes nomination next week with a vote of the full Senate by the end of the month. Bang. With the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the U. S. Supreme Court. Questions about her ties to the religious right have raised concerns about the fate of Roe v. Wade and a person's right to reproductive choices. Her turn. Reporter Ellen La Luzerne spoke with Karen Garst, who author to anthologies about the impact of religion on women. Women beyond belief, and women versus religion. Last received her PhD in curriculum and instruction from UW Madison and is a current resident in the state of Oregon. 2016 you published a book Women Beyond belief. In the book's introduction, You stated that you wrote the book after learning of the 2014 U. S. Supreme Court decision regarding Hobby lobby's denial of reproductive care for their employees. Your reaction was to question why a corporation can use its religious beliefs. To dictate the healthcare a woman could receive. Fast forward to today when we're witnessing the Supreme Court nomination process for a woman who is a valid Lee, a member of an extremist religious sect that believes that women should submit to their husbands What was your reaction when you heard about the nomination of Amy Clooney Barrett for the U. S Supreme Court. First of all, I wasn't surprised because Trump has already appointed people to the Supreme Court. I didn't watch quite a bit of the confirmation hearings of his previous nominees, so I wasn't surprised that he appointed someone who's conservative. He vowed when he was elected that he would appoint justices to the Supreme Court who would overturn Roe v. Wade. If Connie Bear is confirmed, What is your opinion about the impact that this might have for future cases such as the Affordable care act and a woman's right to choose? Well, I think it's going to have very dilatory ous impacts because now we're going to have a Supreme Court. That is considered very conservative. I believe six of the justices will be considered Catholic, and there are going to write decisions as they have for that have a conservative bent. I think it's very unfortunate that the Supreme Court has become so politicized. If we look in our history. One of the things that I was doing some research on was previous decisions and Brown vs the Board of Education. Which desegregated schools was fundamental change to the way this society was operating was a 9 to 0 decision, and people saw what was happening in society, and I talked to a friend of mine who is a lawyer there. Who said, you know, there's this public sentiment. That's how culture changes. And people were attuned to that, And now we're not appointing people to the Supreme Court who have an open view. They're very, very one sided, and I think it's totally tragic that she's going to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg. What do you think the consequences will be for Roe v. Wade and access to freedom of choice? An abortion? There will always be abortion. The question is whether it's going to be safe and whether it's going to be legal. There has been throughout time before Roe v. Wade. It was back alley abortions, and I think younger women today they don't know what it was like before then Roe v. Wade. If it were completely overturned, I think would have a revolution. It might take a while to put it together. Rather, I think what they'll do is just approved all these restrictions on it, making the doctors who on abortion clinics we associate with the hospital, whether it's making AA lot regulations on the clinic itself and what it can have and what it has to have delegating more. The authority of states and people are going to have to say I don't want to live in a state like this. If they overturn it completely and make abortion illegal. I just Hey, I'm ready to start the revolution. I don't think they're going to go that far. But who knows? What do you think, drives the women who are supporting people like Coney, Bharat and Support these types of efforts to keep women as subservient to men, such as the belief system of Annie Cockney Barrett. Religion is an indoctrination in a set of beliefs. I'm 70 when I was growing up in the fifties in Bismarck, North Dakota. Every person I knew went to a church or there were three Jewish families who went to a synagogue. But it was part of everybody's life. So you're indoctrinated in that It's your family. Everybody else around you is like that. Unless you're exposed to something different. This shapes who you are. And we know that Trump was elected by conservatives by people who identified as religion, particularly fundamentalist religion. That's too he appeals to, and it's unfortunate that the religion hasn't changed enough to deal with our society today. What is interesting to me? Is that this woman, Amy Cockney Barrett is very intelligent. She is ah, Notre Dame professor. She's an appellate court judge, and she has seven kids. I can't imagine trying to balance all that. But in spite of that conservative religion, it is pretty hard to say, Well, she's helped meat of her husband because she is Ted her own career. In your
Fresh update on "coney" discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"I applaud her she went back club Ajar and she said, are you saying that I don't? Get a little bit not flat, but she basically elevated voice a little bit. As she could tell, she got a little bit insulting cassette. Are you saying that I don't mind the my own is that what you're saying and Kobe had the back off because she's an see my father when he was alive gun wrestle that was one of his favorite words to describe people. This was a nitwit Clo- Ajar is a nitwit sorry Lord Jesus I mean. But that's what she is. She is a dimwitted person. She's a nit wit and Barrett went back but taking away from their fatigue setback from that for a second. Okay. This is very symbolic. This is a major battle in the culture war. What you saw last week at the Coney Barrington because you have the forces of darkness. which have been there throughout history since the beginning of the as we mentioned the Roman Empire Okay you can bring that up to, let's say, Elizabethan England in the Protestant In England. We are and how badly Catholics retreated. But that's what these people were doing. They were fighting the culture war right then and there against someone who you would have wanted even though she's female, you wanted her with you at the battle of Anti. All right when you're going to fight against the Muslims that's how that's how how strong she is and yes, the dog mother faith lives lavishly her as you said, it lives loudly in her she doesn't have to open her mouth and I dare say she probably doesn't. Okay and people see that and that is uncomfortable. You mentioned seeing Stephen that is the uncovered ability at seem something. So truthful, which is the Catholic faith living through a human being. Okay. In that being guided by the Holy Spirit that praise that goes to mass that lives that way how threatening These people how absolutely a horrid..
Hundreds Gather For Boston Women’s March In Opposition Of President Trump, Amy Coney Barrett
"Yesterday for the Boston Women's March, voicing opposition to President Trump and his Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney. Barrett. Here's W. P. Z's Mike Macklin. They gathered on Boston common at the foot of the staircase leading to the Massachusetts State House, women and men adding their voices to the National Women's March movement. March organizer Shivan Ready for telling the world that we're standing here for human rights will not let Donald Trump take that away from the demonstrators Fear President Trump's Supreme Court nominee judge any Cockney Barrett. Will swing the court's majority conservative threatening Roe v. Wade and the Affordable Care Act. They also fear Trump will refuse to accept the November vote. Should he lose to Joe Biden in person or by now, before Victor is announced you November, the demonstrators marched from Boston Common to City Hall Plaza. Calling for voters to defeat Donald Trump. That's doubly busy is
Fresh update on "coney" discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"NFL. Games. All Season Law and then northern Colorado's noise thirteen ten KFI caring A. And all of the Pearl clutching hand wringing in the caterwauling side this perhaps on the part of the progressive left I think there's one thing that we can agree on judge amy. Coney Barrett is well qualified for her confirmation on the Supreme Court as an associate justice and is likely barring any shenanigans popping up in the immediate future is likely to be confirmed. The Mitch. McConnell saying. Yes he indeed does have the votes six, thirty, nine, now thirteen ten, Kfi a thirteen, ten, Kfi K. A.. Dot Com northern Colorado's voice mornings with Gail from the auto collision specialist studios but she sure took some unmerited shots throughout the confirmation hearing. There is a great mean floating around by the way I don't know if you've seen this and thank you John for sending this to me. She was sitting there and just. Getting chapter and Verse Case Law like Nobody's business right and she had an empty pad of paper while the memes shows her holding up that pad of paper on which she had in this mean written the words. I'm used to answering stupid questions all day I have seven children, but again, taking the shots. Oh, she's to Catholic. What does that mean exactly and is the real problem from the identity politics crowd the fact that that umbrella of acceptance and respect doesn't extend to a conservative woman. So pleased to be joined US morning by professor and Hendershot she is a noted professor of sociology psychology social. Work. Director of the Veritas Center for Ethics in public life at the Franciscan University of Stupid Bill Author of a great book the politics, of Envy Professor Hendershot welcome to the Shell. Inc much for having me on and yeah, that's a great intro because it was I think it was envy on display and more than anything else. I think a lot of those female senator. In fact, I just wrote an article that said Hell Hath No fury like a female Democratic senator. Storms. They're even going after one of their own. They're even going after Senator Dianne, Feinstein because she didn't kneecap the Republicans I know she wasn't mean enough but that always happens with progressive th I mean wrote share ended up going to the guillotine after he gets into all his friends in the French revolution that's always happens. I the politics of envy always end in the guilty, and we've been seeing a lot of getting around lately in politics is downstream from culture the guillotine that they erected outside of Jeff Bezos. House that was really an envy symbol. The kitchen is an NBA symbol. We don't like you you're rich you need to die and that's pretty much what they were sending that message but getting back to amy. I loved her I just I was cheering I just think she is an amazing woman and she's a reminder that we don't necessarily need planned parenthood and we don't necessarily need. To Women's reproductive. Health in order to. High levels, and that's one of the highest levels you can be in this country, a Supreme Court justice and she doesn't I mean she doesn't believe in the same kinds of things that like amy. KLOBUCHAR does enraged amy. Klobuchar Senator Cobra serve was the most envious of all and you she bared her ugly teeth than she had this contorted look on her face. When she said I should be sitting in that seat. And it happen just but it wasn't ingest. Envy is always a little bit hidden because nobody would say, Hey, that's my seat she she smiles when she said it but it wasn't a real smile her I didn't smile I watched every minute of it. So I I took good note. And she was the angriest by far but you know. Kamla Harris. Thank you for going there. Thank you with. Merck that I just want to wipe off her face I'm talking I'm talking wasn't a good look was it It. Wasn't that she often puts on that kind of negative nasty snippy look on her face and you know she I I see envy to any has a loving family with a loving husband not as it Kamla Harris doesn't have a loving family and they call her Mama and all that. But I think she gave up a lot to be where she is. An Emmy Komi Barrett didn't give up a lot. She was able to be a mom and she didn't feel like she had to sell her soul to planned parenthood. The Way Kambas Harris has done and Sunday. They will realize that there are sort of wearing it right now they don't. They're not aware of it. We are never aware of our NBA and that's why I wrote the book just to make people aware that we we all struggle with this. Envious. Take things away from someone else and they don't want her to be a Supreme Court justice it's killing them. And I pick God women because women can be very envious of other women we see it with Malania from. They are they're the worst that men can be envious of other men, but it's not to the same level because don't come out so readily right And they're not as recognizable. I think they might do it in other ways I mean I. Yes women women are catty and of noxious, and I'd away Melania. Trump is treated I think has a lot to do within the. She's not on any magazine cover she's beautiful can't handle such beauty and grace, and it's the same with this Supreme Court justice. Some progressive women just can't handle that much grace in that much faith and that much sweetness you know she's a good mother she loves her children and people just don't know what to do with that and so I saw a whole lot of envy in that in those meetings she was so calm cool and collected she was so unflappable obviously a brilliant legal mind the mother of seven children one, a special needs child too adopted but I wanted to ask you about this Boston. University professor who suggested that any coney Barrett is a quote white colonizer closed who uses her two adopted Haitian children as props I mean, it's like anything goes these.
Judge Amy Coney Barrett notes when she adopted daughter, says George Floyd video was personal for family
"Money. Barry talking about her adoption of two Children from Haiti. When Jesse and I were engaged. We met another couple who had adopted in this instance It was a couple of it adopted a child with special needs, And then we also met. Another couple had adopted a few Children internationally, and we decided at that point, while we were engaged that at some point in the future. We wanted to do that ourselves on guess we had imagined initially that we would have whatever biological kids that we had decided. TTO have and then adopt at the end, But after we had our first daughter, Emma We thought. Well, why wait? Okay, well, that does not seem like an unsympathetic, terrible person to me, which is what Democrats would prefer to paint her as they're also prefer to paint her as a racist. It makes it kind of difficult and she's obviously not a racist. So here is a CB talking about the George Floyd video and watching it with her two black Children. I was there on my 17 year old daughter, Vivian, who's adopted from Haiti. All of this was erupting. It was very difficult for her way wept together. In my room, and then it was also difficult for my daughter, Juliet, whose 10 I had to try to explain some of this to them. I mean, my Children to this point in their lives had had the benefit of growing up in a cocoon where they have not yet experienced. Hatred or violence on DH for Vivian. You know, I understand that there would be a risk to her brother or the son. She might have one day of that kind of brutality. Has been an ongoing conversation. It's a difficult one for us like it is for Americans all over the country, and the other problem for them is it turns out that Amy Barrett does represent a lot of viewpoints from the middle of the country. She lives a lifestyle that many in the middle of the country can identify. The people on the coast sometimes have trouble identifying
Fresh update on "coney" discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"Supreme Court justices, neal, gorsuch and cabinet. To judges are not supposed to change the universe, right so it's kind of a perfect setup to see exactly how this is going to play out. In, June the Supreme Court narrowly struck down that law in a five four vote both justices neal gorsuch and Brad Kavanagh voted to make it more difficult for Louisiana women to have access to healthcare. On the second day of Amy, Coney Barrett Senate confirmation hearing Senator Marsha. Blackburn. Of Tennessee asked the judge who opposes abortion about its place in the constitution. It's important to note that abortion is not mentioned in the US Constitution. The word abortion does not appear in the US Constitution that is correct and Roe versus Wade is not an amendment to the constitution. Roe Versus Wade interprets the fourteenth amendment of the Constitution and locates the right to terminate a pregnancy in the liberty. And the due process clause liberty and correct. The.
Nationwide Women’s Marches Protest President Trump and Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court Nomination
"Took part In the women's March more from CBS News correspondent Michael George. Women marched in cities across the US, including New York and the nation's capital, urging Americans to cast their ballots. I would say you have to vote your rights are in question right now many voiced opposition to President Trump's conservative Supreme Court nominee, Amy Cockney Baron. Who would replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She just can't get confirmed, were really big RV fans to the annual Women's March started the day after President Trump's inauguration in January. 2017 trailing in the polls, the president is targeting battleground states holding a Saturday rally in Michigan.
Fresh update on "coney" discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"You very much. You. So article two of our Constitution says the president. Nominate justices of the supreme. Now trump and the GOP are trying to rush through a third Supreme Court. They clearly, WanNa make sure the court stacked in their favor particularly in the event of a contested election but also to make sure that the court is dominated by radical right wing ideologues in the event that a Democrat becomes president. Just forty five days before the twenty twenty election and one day after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died donald trump announced plans to replace the liberal justice with an arch conservative. I stand before you today to fulfill one of my highest and most important duties. Under the United, States Constitution denomination of a Supreme Court justice. This is my third such. After Justice Gorsuch and just as governor. And? It is a very proud moment indeed. In the mad rush to fill ginsberg's seat, trump held the gathering of more than one hundred people in the White House Rose Garden to celebrate the nomination of Amy Coney it. It would turn into a cova super spreader event trump and more than a dozen people who either attended the event or have been in contact with the white. House have tested positive for corona virus. Democratic friends where they might not like the outcome. For some reason, they cannot bear to see Republicans governing within the rules as Republicans. Doing exactly what Americans. Elected after. Undeterred Senate Majority Leader Mitch. McConnell said quote we are full steam ahead with a fair thorough and timely confirmation process that Judge Barrett the court and the nation deserves. Now, of course, this is the same McConnell who eight months before the two thousand sixteen election blocked President Obama's nomination of the moderate judge Merrick Garland after Justice Scalia died the American people may will elect a president who decides to nominate Judge Garland For, Senate consideration. Been ex-president may also nominate somebody very different. Either way our view is this. Give the people a voice and.
Woman found dead on New York City subway with footprints across body
"Defiled a body on a Brooklyn D train. This is awful. A homeless woman was found dead face down on the floor of a subway car after the train pulled into the Stillwell Avenue station in Coney Island shortly after midnight. A 30 year old had a bloody nose footprints across her body as if someone had trampled over her. She wasn't carrying any I D but appears to be Hispanic woman doesn't appear to be the victim of a crime. An autopsy now scheduled to determine that exactly how she died. A New Jersey daycare worker
California: GOP deploy "unauthorized" drop boxes
"Voting is now underway in much of the United States. But if you live in California and planning to drop off your ballots at a collection box, you might want to read the fine print controversy in California after the Republican Party installed dozens of their own ballot drop-off boxes at several locations across the state state officials calling them unofficial and illegal though they appear virtually indistinguishable from the boxes sanctioned by the state the California Republican. Party, not backing down saying there are no laws that private drop-off boxes are not permitted will will will will the California gop put out their own ballot boxes and labelled them as official? Shady as hell you can't say something's official if it's not official I, hate it when people do that. You like how they say old spices, the official dod of the NFL but I've smelled Patrick. And, he smells like sunshine. Last time I checked is not part of the Old Spice Catalog the deception aside though I don't think ballot-boxes on every corner actually a bad idea. It should be this easy to vote in. America? This should be drop boxes all over the place. They should be like starbucks. Should be everywhere and they should also let you take a dump if you need to because otherwise the alternative is what we saw happening in Georgia just yesterday where people were waiting in line eleven hours just to vote. And let me tell you something if I'm waiting eleven hours in line. Should I don't want to vote at the end of it? I WANNA
Senate Judiciary Committee sets date, time for Amy Coney Barrett nomination vote
"We could have a new Supreme Court justice Just days before the presidential election. The Senate Judiciary Committee will vote Thursday on sending Judge Amy Cockney barrettes nomination to the Senate floor for confirmation. Senators questioned Barrett on Capitol Hill for two days on her judicial philosophy and on controversial issues such as abortion rights and the Affordable Care Act, which comes before the high court soon after the
Woman found dead on New York City subway with footprints across body
"An autopsy is being conducted on the body of a woman found dead on a subway train after it arrived at the Stillwell Avenue station in Coney Island. Just after midnight, police say she was discovered face down on the floor, A source tells the daily News. She had a bloody nose and footprints across her body. But an NYPD spokesman says so far it does not appear. The 30 year old was a victim. Of a crime
GOP pushes Barrett toward court as Democrats decry sham.
"Republicans powered Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett close to confirmation yesterday pushing past Democrat objections and other properties during the covid nineteen crisis in the drive to seat President Donald Trump's pick before the November third election. The Senate Judiciary Committee said October Twenty second for its vote to recommend Barrett's nomination to the full Senate the final confirmation vote expected by month's end. You don't convene a Supreme Court confirmation hearing in the middle of a pandemic when the Senate's on recess when voting has already started in the presidential election in a majority of states declared Senator Chris coons. Republicans eager to fill the seat of the late Justice Ruth Bader. GINSBURG counted that trump is well within the bounds to fill the vacancy and they have the votes to do it. Barrett's information would bring the most pronounced ideological change on the court in thirty years poised to launch a new era of court rulings on abortion voting rights and other matters that are now open to new uncertainty. The forty eight year old Barrett was careful during two days of public testimony, not to tip her views on many issues or take on the president who nominated her facing almost twenty hours of questions from senators. She declined to offer specifics beyond the vowed to keep open mind and take the cases as they come. Barrett refused to say whether she accepts the science of Climate Change under questioning from Kamala Harris saying she lacked the expertise to know for sure and calling it a topic to controversial to get into. Barrett framed acknowledgement of a man made climate crisis as a matter of policy not science when she was pressed by the Democratic senator from California the Federal Appeals Court judge responded that she did think Corona virus was infectious and smoking caused cancer but rebuffed Harris on the climate change question for seeking to solicit an opinion on a matter of public policy. Especially, one that is politically controversial effectively ignoring science in the face of the ever-present. Climate. Crisis.
"coney" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"There's nothing stopped me from just changing the law to be whatever the Hell I want it to be. That's why president is important. As people start to realize this. They have started to shift to well, you know we we still do have some fixed points so Where the fixed points come from for I the term itself comes from. ICON, a classic conservative judicial theorist, and later Judge Richard Posner we've talked about him on the show he wrote a law review article in Nineteen, seventy six with a with another guy professor Landes. In which they were trying to measure concretely how precedential opinion was right I in order to calibrate like okay. How strong is this case in terms of constraining future supreme court's from changing the rules and One of the things they considered and rejected was the idea that you could just count. The number of times a case get site. Right and I think they rightfully said that's not the best measure because some things do get cited again and again and again and again and again written. For example as a as a civil practitioner in in two thousand five, the Supreme Court changed the rules on how you plead your civil lawsuits. Those two cases were called Ball Iq Cuba L. and Twelve Bleed T. w. o. m. b. l. e. y., and my guess is those cases have probably been sighted tens of thousands of times. Actually. I didn't think about this. It's like an academic journal. You can go by what has the most citations it gets like a score yere. How important something is okay. That's exactly right and so you don't even have to say, I, I filed a motion to dismiss a reply brief supporting it earlier this week and Dick ball wildly right like everybody that it's a thing that you do so. So yes, like number of citations is important but then those British comedy duo I didn't know that. I. Love It. But then Posner hypothesize is this. He says, I want you to imagine a case. So powerful a super precedent let's call it that that it would be quote. So effective in defining the requirements of the law that prevents legal disputes from arising in the first place or if they do arise, induces them to be settled without litigation. In, the limit such a super precedent might never be cited an appellate opinion and yet have greater precedential significance than the most frequently cited cases. And let me tell you I. Love this description because I have made this argument in a brief before right I've had a couple of cases in which the opposing side has said something. So preposterous. that. I've gone to look for a case that says you know you can't to do X.. I can't talk about a real case that I have right now I know Morgan is is cackling right now with Glee because she knows what I'm thinking about. But you know you might have a case in which the other side says think about the air bud rule right like. It's funny. I was GONNA make the same joke. Yeah. if if they were to say, well, there's there's no case that says the dog can't play basketball like and I've had to say while opposing counsel is corrected there's no case that says a dog can't play basketball. There are thirteen movies that prove. Thirteen thousand seven hundred and forty two cases that say humans play basketball and know it stands to reason that this proposition is so basic that courts need not even adjudicating, right? And that's what post is sort of pudding to to the to the test that right like and I agree with him on that. THEIR USE OF SUPER PRECEDENT IS NOT What Samuel Alito Coney Barrett mean by super precedent there use. Comes from? Ted Cruises favor it former judge judge Michael Ludik the person that for whom Ted Cruz clerked former fourth circuit judge and and the person that the Ted. Cruz. Routinely sites as his fixed star for judicial philosophy. And there was a case called Richmond Medical Center versus Gilmore Nineteen F- third three, seventy, six from two thousand. So this is the first time that this concept enters the conservative legal lexicon and in that judge Ludik on the Fourth Circuit says quote I, understand the Supreme Court to have intended it's decision in Planned Parenthood v Casey to be a decision of superstar decisiveness with respect to a women's fundamental right to choose whether or not to proceed with the pregnancy. So, this was the first time that a conservative activist judge said Yeah Yeah I get but like. I can overturn Casey, right like if the Supreme Court and implicit here is the supreme. Court wants to overturn Casey like against the CAN But to me, this is not just you know binding pass this is superstar decisiveness. And that got a lot of attention and that that's how very conservative activists like. Alito and Barrett have sort of moved the noodle to say okay well, you know now the question is is an opinion super precedent and therefore it's bound by superstar decisiveness and we can't touch it. Even if we unless I less, we really really hate it and then you know it's probably still up for grabs. So. So, incidentally, not an improper question as a follow up I i. know a lot of people are sort of inferring from Judge Barrett's remarks I think properly that she does not consider Casey to be super precedent I would have read that statement from Gilmore and asked Okay you've said Super Precedent. Judge Ludwig I'm sure you know well, very conservative jurist. Fourth Circuit case. Richmond Medical Center versus Gilmore I understand Supreme Court intended Casey to be decision of superstar devices. Do you agree that the Supreme Court? So intended Casey? And that is a question she should but would not answer. So so that's super precedent for you. Okay. Every bit as down I thought it would be. final question that a lot of people are wondering about for I. Know There's a lot we could talk about but for today's episode talk about the case it's getting shared as kind of mean for him to did amy conybeare it really rule that boss using the N. word in a workplace was not discriminatory or not like workplace harassment. Yes. She did the criticism here is one hundred percent fair and this is how we make the case against conservative judges right because because because look this isn't an indefensible opinion if you want to reach the pro employer outcome, right in other words, this is not a dv Heller situation where they're just making up the rules right? This is about how you construe. The District Court ruling on certain kinds of evidence and I think in a way it helps in. Even. More. So than sort of pointing out outcomes to talk about procedurally, this is how judge Barrett approaches these kinds of cases so. Like a cruel and unusual types of. You know because that's a because that's a matter of first interpretation of a constitutional provision. This is about upholding a district court's evidentiary rulings and how the case Scott categorized in light of those rulings so. This case is called Smith Versus Illinois Department of Transportation. Link in the show notes. I want to tell you. We did back to back episodes on Amy Coney Barrett's most significant cases. We did not discuss this case because she did not identify this as one of our ten most significant. Cases. Even though that list included descents and she then had to add in additional cases that she authored and she authored this opinion, she did not listed on that list nor did she listed on her list of additional cases that she authored that have constitutional implications? Wow. So You. Think she was trying to keep this under the radar. I would. She like not to talk about this case I think the answer to that is yes So this is a case brought under title seven of the Civil Rights Act of nineteen, sixty, four, forty to USC section two, thousand, e Dash To. and. We've talked about that in the context of the the bizarre versus altitude express cases right the this is the same provision that says it is unlawful for an employer to adversely affect your employment because of race..
Judge Amy Coney Barrett Concludes Testimony During Day 3 Of Confirmation Hearings
"The final day of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Supreme Court confirmation hearing for Judge Amy Cockney, Barrett has concluded here CBS News correspondent Steve Dorsey in Washington. I'm going to make a motion to adjourn this meeting. Democrats were unable to derail the final day of the hearing, with Chairman Lindsey Graham scheduling a vote at one o'clock. On October 22nd. The day also featured testimony from Stacy Stags worried Barrett would dismantle Obamacare judge there It has repeatedly made statements that are hostile to the affordable care act Well, Barrett's former law student, Laura Walk, offered praise in part because of her unwavering support. I am the first blind woman to serve as a law clerk on the Supreme Court of the United States. Steve Dorsey, CBS NEWS Washington
Vote to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court scheduled for next week
"Barrett gets a Senate Judiciary Committee vote next Thursday. With Senate confirmation expected by the end of the month. Connecticut Democrat Richard Blumenthal says it's being rushed, have Justice on the Supreme Court, as the president said to decide the election. And to strike down the affordable care act. Utah Republican Mike Lee, There is nothing about this nominee. That can be Left as suggesting that she's anything other than an extraordinarily gifted jurist America.
"coney" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast
"It's Thursday October fifteenth. I'm Dorothy weakened in editor of The New Yorker. In nineteen seventy-three the Supreme Court issued its ruling on the case of Roe v Wade. In seventy two decision Justice Harry Blackmun wrote that the constitution protects a woman's right to choose to terminate a pregnancy. Nearly. Fifty years have passed and abortion rights have become a fixture of American politics. Republicans consistently promised to appoint anti-abortion judges and conservative activist push cases involving reproductive rights to the Supreme Court in the hope of securing a decision that will overturn Roe. If the Senate Confirms Amy Coney,.
Amy Coney Barrett hearings Day 4: Republicans reject Democratic effort to delay committee vote
"Of of Amy Amy Cockney Cockney of of Amy Amy Barrett Barrett Cockney Cockney to to Barrett Barrett the the Supreme to to the the Court Supreme has Court failed. has failed. The motion The is motion not agreed is not agreed to to the business the meeting business will meeting conclude will conclude and we will and now move we will now move to our to first our first panel. The confirmation panel. The confirmation hearing today hearing focused today focused a lot on Democratic a lot on Democratic complaints. complaints. Barrett didn't Barrett fully didn't answered fully questions. answered questions. Republican Republican Senator Lindsey Senator Graham, Lindsey Graham, you're asking you're asking her questions. her questions. About what About happens what happens if the president if the president pardons pardons himself. himself. What is she supposed What is she supposed to say? to say? Democrat Amy Democrat Klobuchar Amy Klobuchar case coming case up coming right up after right this after election this election is about is the about affordable the affordable Care act Care act where the administration, where the administration, the Trump administration the Trump administration has has argued. argued. Very clearly Very clearly that they should that they throw should the throw whole the thing whole out thing the affordable out the affordable care act. care So whatever act. So whatever academic academic discussions discussions you have about you have severability about severability with the nominee with the nominee that is that the case is the that case they are that making they are making CBS CBS News News
Amy Coney Barrett continues to be questioned at Supreme Court confirmation hearing
"I'm a change as many have mentioned next central threat and it's affects around us do you. covid nineteen isn't. I think. Yes. I. Do accept the Covid Nineteen is infectious that that's something of which I feel like we could say you take judicial notice of it's an obvious fact. Yes. Causes Cancer. I'm not sure exactly where you're going with this, but you know the the notice. In question question is what it is answer. Harris. Yes. Every package of cigarettes warns that Smoking Causes Cancer. And do you believe that climate change is happening and it's threatening? The air we breathe in the lottery. Senator Again I was wondering where you were going with that. You have asked me a series of questions like that are completely uncontroversial like. Nineteen is infectious whether smoking causes cancer and then trying to analogize that eliciting an opinion on me that as a very contentious matter opinion from me that has on a very contentious matter of public debate and I will not do that. It will not express view on a matter of public policy especially when that is politically controversial because that's inconsistent with the judicial role as I have explained. Major plant here that you believe it's debatable. That Senator Kamala Harris questioning battering two days of hearings. j.j Barrett has repeatedly refused to answer questions about her views on abortion and the future of we'd Roe v Wade despite our public record opposing Reproductive Rights Barrett also repeatedly dodged questions on the Supreme Court's Obe grefell versus Hodge's ruling which said same sex couples could not be denied the right to marry this exchange with Democratic Senator Richard. Blumenthal of Connecticut. quickly. Decided Burger fell versus hodges. Senator Blumenthal every time you asked me a question about whether case was correctly are decided or not. I cannot answer that question because I cannot suggest agreement or disagreement with precedents of the Supreme Court. All those precedents by me now is a seventh circuit judge and I to be confirmed. I would be responsible for applying the law star decisive to all of them but you think of how you would feel. As a gay or Lesbian American to hear that you can't answer. Whether the government can make a crime for them to have that relationship. Whether the government. Can enable people who are happily married to continue. That relationship. Your. Senator implying that I'm poised to say that I want to cast a vote to overrule a burger followed I show you I. Don't have any agenda. I don't I'm not even expressing view and disagreement of Obama file. You're pushing me to try to violate the judicial canons of ethics to offer advisory opinions and I won't do that and I'm not asking you hypothetical. These are real cases I brown versus board of Education Do. You think it was correctly decided i. know you told Senator Graham you thought. So I'd like to just to clarify that point. Sure. So as I said to Senator Graham when he asked me that question I have spoken on that before and the originalism lecture that. Incorrectly decided. Correctly decided and yes, I've said that thank you. Let me ask you about. Loving versus the the loving case. was correctly decided well, loving follows directly from Brown and Brown's great correctly decided loving as well was correctly decided it was decided that was Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut Questioning Judge Amy Coney Barrett
Final day of Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation hearings
"Today's the last day of the Amy Cockney Barrett Supreme Court confirmation hearings. The meeting of the Senate Judiciary Committee will begin at the top of the hour. The 48 year old conservative judge was nominated by President Trump to fill the seat of the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg and is expected to be confirmed by the GOP controlled Senate.
Kamala Harris asks Amy Coney Barrett: 'Do you believe climate change is happening?'
"After a couple of days. Testimony by the judge the Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett wraps up later today. It was grilled by Democrat Kamala Harris on everything from workers rights to the environment. You said that quote you have read things about climate change, but you would not say You have firm news on coming to the defense. Republican John Kennedy of Louisiana. Are you a gauged clean air? Bright water. An environmental justice. I am not against any of those Things committee today said to hold its first of two votes on Barrett's nomination. The final one set for next week. But I knew reporting
"Amy Coney Barrett is is talking to members of the Senate Judiciary Committee. She's not saying much One thing that's clear from her hearing is that Amy Perez, shifty Amy Kuney Barrett is smart amy. Barrett is smarter than Brett, Kavanagh like of the. Smarter. Than Bread Kavanagh her confirmation hearing significantly less irritating on its face is it's got less screaming in it but do you think that her being? More, pleasant. Than other. Nominee his I'm specifically talking about Brad. Kavanagh, has lulled into a false sense of complacency. No, I don't think. So I really don't I think that we all probably learn a little bit more because we listen because we're not being shouted out about shouted out about making beer and squeeze in some calendars. You know I, think that we in some ways. I can't tell you a ton. From my memory of like policy questions that Brett Cavanaugh answered right like we were really put off by his temperament and everything sort of fell from there. But with her I think that senators have asked very good questions of her I think she hasn't answered most of them I, that that tells us a lot you know. I. Think especially because she is you know for someone who says that? It's my job to not forecast or say how I would vote if I were on the Supreme Court but you know she tells us that she has told us a lot. She's a very Christian she's pro-life and she brings her kids everywhere and I say this because she's a woman but I don't understand why people bring their small children to confirmation hearings it no sense. Have you seen? Pictures from Antonin Scalia is confirmation hearing He brought his entire big family. There's something to me read like sort of hat tip to her mentor Antonin Scalia who she clerked for Oh interests during okay I. did not know that during his hearing. He had like I. Think he has nine kids or something like that, and they all were sitting there in the chambers and he was. Confirmed during a time where things were a lot less contentious I mean bork already happened but he was things were a lot less contentious when he was confirmed and so there was a lot of like it. It's super weird to revisit that now because there was a lot of like people on the committee complimenting his big family and it was it was very, very strange but I think one thing that you know her family life is pretty irrelevant to. Her capacity as as a judge and her being a nice lady doesn't really have anything to do with her capacity as a judge what I was disturbed by that like. These hearings always to me seem just like an exercise and gas lighting. We know what she thinks about Roe v Wade we know what she thinks about it it is. We know and so she spends. Days pretending that we don't know and that her views are somehow something that she's going to rule on without input from her like she signed onto a letter that was written on behalf of a group that believes in vitro fertilization is manslaughter. Anyone asked her about that I didn't not yet. Did they somebody did on Tuesday they asked her if she felt like that and she said that she just signed the letter her way out of church or something I. Did hear that part that's fucking nuts i. just I hate how were being gasoline here I I it here's my question for you. Do you think because you know there are a lot of people who think that Democrats should have boycotted the hearing to show what a sham it was. I don't know how I feel about that. What do you think? I don't know I feel like the the right thing to do is. I think the platonic ideal of a member of the Senate Judiciary for this has been amy, Klobuchar Amy Klobuchar who the good aiming the good amy as you know as as she was running for president, she wasn't somebody that I whose candidacy I was enthusiastic about She's somebody who falls to the right of me on many issues. But as a member of this committee, she's done a really good job of asking pointed questions that seemed to have simple answers but that Amy Coney Barrett the bad, amy. Has Been Dodging.
Senate wraps up Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation hearings
"Committee wrapped up two days of questioning Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett. A committee vote is scheduled for today. Judge Amy Cockney Barrett tried again to assure senators she would make her own decisions if she's confirmed to the Supreme Court. I've already said, you know, and I hope that you aren't suggesting that I don't have my own mind Or that I couldn't think independently, very vowed to keep an open mind on major issues such as abortion and healthcare again. I wanna stress I have no animus to our agenda for the report of the Affordable Care Act. Skylar Henry
Amy Coney Barrett's alarming non-answers
"Ab Coney Barrett is still undergoing her Senate confirmation and she refuses to answer any questions which is definitely problematic when she gets asked questions that should be considered lay ups for instance, when it comes to electoral issues or the possibility of Donald Trump. You know really flexing his muscle and attempting to turn this country into full a full-blown dictatorship she seems to be open to some of the maneuvers that he has floated. So for instance, when it comes to the possibility of Donald trump delaying an election, something that trump again has considered in the past coney gave a concerning answer. President trump made claims of voter fraud and suggested he wanted to delay the upcoming election does the constitution gives the president of the United States cs thority to unilaterally delay general election under any circumstances does federal law Well senator if that question ever came before me, I would need to hear arguments from the litigants and read briefs and consult with my law clerks and talk to my colleagues and go through the opinion writing process. So you know if if I give off the cuff answers than I would be basically illegal pundit. And I don't think we went judges to be legal pundits I. Think we went judges to approach cases thoughtfully and with an open mind. Yeah except I mean people like Amy Coney Barrett consider themselves constitutionalists who take the constitution and interpreted verbatim literally So let's take a look at what article two section one of the United States constitution says about the possibility of delaying a presidential election. The Congress the Congress not the executive branch the Congress may determine the time of. Choosing, the electors and the day on which they shall give their votes, which day shall be the same throughout the United States. So long story, Short Congress gets to make that decision not the incumbent president. John. It's clear and the only thing clearer than that is that she will answer questions very forthrightly and very quickly and perfectly happily about things that don't reveal that she is nothing but a right wing ideologue because being put into the Supreme Court to take away your healthcare and take away your right to practice reproductive freedoms and if necessary give the election of Donald trump that's. That's they're for. Those are the things that she sort of cloak and there's a side of not accepting the science on climate change of course as well. But mostly, it's that she doesn't want to reveal that all the things that the left and even the center fear she'll do on the Supreme Court. She totally being chosen for that. The right doesn't need to ask detailed questions because they already know that that's why she was chosen on the election related stuff trump wouldn't have. Nominated her if he asked her, hey, if I bring a case to you asking you to shut down the mail in ballots you. GonNa. Are you GonNa do that and she'd say we'll know that would be unethical. I'm certainly not GonNa shut that down. Yeah. He's still would've nominated her totally he has no interest of his own heart. All of that is is so clear I don't know maybe that's why in your intro you said this is so boring but yeah, kind of because. She is it's the same it's the same you know. Situation with Supreme Court nominee evading the questions you know answering. Specific questions regarding constitutionality by just discussing what she would do procedurally. Yeah. Yeah. We know we know how the Supreme Court Works, okay we're asking you for you to weigh in on what the constitution says about the president unilaterally delaying the election. This is not difficult but of course, going to the question as she does in the next video, we show you when it comes to Donald Trump and his. The possibility of refusing a peaceful transition of power. Should a president commit themselves? Like our founding fathers I think had a clear intention. Like the grace of George Washington showed. To the peaceful transfer of power, is that something that president should be able to do? One of the beauties of America from the beginning of the Republicans that we have had peaceful transfers of power and that disappointed voters have accepted the new leaders that come into office. And that's not true in every country and I think it is part of the genius of our Constitution and the good faith and goodwill of the American people that we haven't had the situations that have arisen in. So many other countries where there have been those issues have the president. Oh good. Congratulations. President Hinting that he will not have a peaceful transition of power is unprecedented congratulations. You realise that now, why don't you answer the question? What was that? Like. I don't need a history lesson I don't need a comparative analysis between the United States and some other country I need to know what your thoughts are on an incumbent president losing the general election and refusing a peaceful transition of power. What are your thoughts on that? I can get I mean the whole thing it just feels so pointless at this point apparently, it can't be stopped. We knew we knew before the first hearing why she'd been chosen and more importantly we knew everything we need to know about ethics the fact that she was willing to be a party to this process three and a half weeks before the election after so many people have already voted the. Fact that she was willing to stand for a spot on the Scotus under that told us what we need to know about our ethics. She will do whatever she needs to do to get that position. She's obviously made promises and she's ready to make good on them and you know just going back to the constitution which she claims to value What does the constitution say about the transition of power? Well? The terms of the president and the Vice President shall end at noon on the twentieth day of January and the terms of their successors shall then begin. That is what the US. Constitution says the Twentieth Amendment when it comes to title three section one chapter one of the US code here's what it says about a peaceful transition of power the electors of president and vice president shelby appointed in each state on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in November in every fourth year succeeding. Every election of a president and vice president. So it's a very wordy way of saying, Hey, Joe the person who loses needs to do this, and the person who wins needs to do that and Let's go ahead and follow through on what our so-called democracy Requires us to do when someone lose those loses an election, but she evades that question and she evades it by either talking about procedural things. She did in the previous video, we showed you or giving us a history lesson. Mentioning, unprecedented. This is in her own cute little way. It's just it's pathetic. One more video for you. This was the exchange that she had with Amy Klobuchar on. Voter intimidation. Judge Baron under federal law, is that illegal to intimidate voters at the polls? Senator Klobuchar I can't characterize the Fox in a hypothetical situation. I can't apply the law to a hypothetical set of facts. A can only decide cases as they come to me litigated by parties on a full record after fully engaging precedent talking to colleagues writing an opinion. And so I can't answer questions like. I'll make it easier eighteen USC, five, nine, four outlaws, anyone who intimidates threatens courses or attempts to intimidate threaten our curse. Any other person for the purpose of interfering with the right of such other person to vote. This is a law that has been on the books for decades. Following that Senator Club Hr's threw a stapler. I'm just kidding. No. But. She did a great job with that line of questioning she provided evidence for why it's considered illegal and all conybeare it had to do. There was say voter intimidation at the polls is. That's it. That's it. That's all she had to say but she wouldn't say
"coney" Discussed on Vicki McKenna
"Other outlet that didn't know until yesterday that the phrase sexual preference was offensive was the advocate. I, believe it is the largest and most widely distributed gay magazine and active gay website on culture politics, etc. for the lgbt community, the advocate last month published an article by a guy who's talking about this or that, and using the phrase gay man using the phrase sexual preference to describe his being gay. So. Apparently. Everybody knew about it except the gay magazine Merriam Webster's Joe Biden Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Maisy. Hirono till very recently all of these people apparently didn't know. And now they're trying to go after Amy Coney Barrett as in claiming that she did it that she used the phrase on purpose to be offensive I've Senator Ron Johnson on the program we're GonNa talk about Hunter Biden and the fact that we're not apparently going to get any charges coming out of any of these investigations related to the the Russia collusion corruption, etc but I I I do want to just you know the hearings are. Let's just say if someone digs this stuff up one, hundred years from now, history is not going to be kind of the United States. Well shows you the stark difference between Republicans and Conservatives and Democrats and Liberal Progressives. We actually we actually do Ribeira Constitution, we recognize speak third branch of government. The article three branch is the judiciary and it's not supposed to you political branches about legislating from the bench it's about applying the law. And Mike lead it a great job of just started a constitutional a seminar there as s as any coney Barrett when they described the fact that you know the judiciary is backward-looking it's looking at cases plying launch dispute. It's not about looking forward and going. Let's be here. What how do we shape America? How should we craft placing to impose that American? I mean. What could be greater. then. I guess one dictator in be dictated from the majority of nine justice are or if Joe Biden. A win thirteen or maybe fifteen, four more you know. If they're going to pack the court I believe still really back they're not gonNA. They're not gonNa go a one vote margin those. Three, eighty, five, it'll it'll go to level of certainty. So they have finally completely politicized the Supreme Court the the one branch government that was not supposed to be political supposed to be a political it's about applying. Lana. Alternate baking. If you see the headlines and I don't know if you've had a chance to cruise through various headlines, I, don't know if I don't care if it's Fox News MSNBC ABC. You know left wing sites, politico, whatever the headline is. It evasive or it dodges questions about obamacare questions about abortion. You know these are the kinds of words that are being used to describe her assertion that it is absolutely. Inappropriate to try to prejudge a case you haven't heard. It was brilliant when Lena Kagan that those things yes. Really being stabby told. You still smarter she's so qualified no. Vicki I. Think what? What? What I hated the most about these hearings and they are detestable are the Democrats. But when I heard any coney Barrett's say. Because I don't think any. Democrat. From the day diet yet but in the media. Questioned, the fact that she adopted. Two children that needed a home. Two children they brought in their family to children's they love and right heard the judges have said she just on that cruel..
"coney" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Text, the text of the constitution can or the text of the document controls on, and again that's one of those theories that like sounds deceptively simple but in practices can be very difficult to implement. originalism again is the idea that. When you're turning the constitution, the constitution has affixed meaning and judges rebound by it. So originalism and tax journalism are at the very least close cousins. And where it is amy, Coney Barrett fallen to these three waves of originalism I interpret the Constitution as a law that I interpret its text is text and I understand it to have the meaning that it had at the time people ratified it. That meaning doesn't change over time and it's not up to meet updated or infuse my own policy views into it. Barrett has written about originalism at a very high level of generality One thing that I find very frustrating about her scholarship is with a few exceptions mean again, she's been very clear that she opposes abortion. She's been very clear that she thinks that the obamacare case wrongly decided, but she doesn't really get into the weeds about what sort of changes she would make under her originalist philosophy. You know we don't know if she agrees with Justice Thomas that federal child labor laws should be struck down. For example, but you she grew up in the Arrow where third wave originalism was ascendant amongst conservatives. She uses very similar rhetoric to what I hear from other third wave originalist at. So I think it's a safe bet that she join the supreme. Court you know there might be some nuances of just as Justice Thomas and justice gorsuch don't agree on everything. It's likely that Barrett won't agree with those two men on everything as well. But I think that she's going to take a very similar approach and we're going to see her like Thomas and gorsuch trying to sweep away much of the government's ability to function. ooh. And her confirmation Surpreme Court has albuque- sure. Do we know when it's going to happen? Yeah. I mean barring a miracle or like you know maybe six Republican senators will be lost at sea. She's getting confirmed says probably not about persuading each other unless something really dramatic happens. All Republicans will vote. All Democrats will vote. No. and. That will be the way the breakout of the vote the Senate is operating under a very rushed schedule together confirmed I mean I think Lindsey Graham has announced the first Markelle. On the Barrett confirmation in the committee will take place on Thursday I think she's likely to be confirmed by the end of this month just in time to weigh in on an election of which she won't commit to a peaceful transfer of power. Yeah that's right. Everything is awesome right now. Heiser. He writes about the Supreme Court of box dot com we can find our latest coverage of judge, any Coney Barrett's confirmation hearings in also just wrapped up hosting a mini series on voting rights for the weeds podcast it's called by the people. Each episode looks at different obstacle facing.
"coney" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"But fecundity deaths folks is what a mom can do that from Senator Joni Ernst of Iowa and Tony Barrett's answers were all well phrased measured thought out an entirely beside the point of how will actually affect the lives of people. Since I will mostly talk in this segment about how senators framed and phrase their interactions. I just liked play a moment of Coney Barrett being clear and coming off his professorial and sensible and I think engaging. Here's some of that the constitution. One reason why it's the longest lasting written constitution in the world is because it's written at a level of generality that's specific enough to protect rights but general enough to be lasting so that you know. When you're talking about the constable banging at your door and seventeen ninety, one as a search or seizure. Now, we can apply as the court did and carpenter versus United States to cell phones. So the Fourth Amendment is principal you know it protects against unreasonable searches and seizures, but it doesn't catalog the instances in which an unreasonable search or seizure could take place. So you take that principle and then you apply it to modern technology like cell phones or what? If technological advances enable someone with Superman X ray vision to simply see in your house you know is that there's no need to knock on the door and go in well I. think that could still be analyzed under the fourth amendment. You know I always said about an ankle if he didn't have an actual influence over laws that affected my life, I would have really liked the guy he was a thoughtful person who had a keen intellect and seemed to be. Generally friendly maybe decent depending on how you define decent I think I would have gotten along with him. With Amy, Cody Barrett. But since you will have an influence over my life, I, do not want her on the Supreme Court. What I'm saying is the product of her jurisprudence will have an undesirable outcome for America and Americans that addresses the product of her judicial rulings but the hearings cannot consider the product come. They can only concern themselves with the process and Kuni Barrett knows all the evasions and answers to give to sidestep concerns about process answers that have worn a Rut in the judiciary committee. Hearing, room over the years designed to talk about things other than what needs to be talked about how a Supreme Court justice appointed for life effects all our lives can't talk about that. So with Saybrook cavenaugh. The talk was about temperament and past actions and Republicans talked about fairness and reputations. Yesterday Senator Kennedy of Louisiana was still talking about that it was a freak show. It it looked like the. The CANTINA Bar Scene Out of star wars fast ship it made the Kessel run twelve I like beer still like fear it wasn't Star Wars, that this hearing reminded me of it was another movie. So as background all the Democrats told stories and often displayed blown-up photographs of constituents who would lose healthcare if the were struck down and looking at people in my state that will deal with this if the affordable care act is struck down Elijah from Saint Paul who was born with Cerebral Palsy Christina Monroe Garcia of my home state. At Age Sixty Pristina's eyesight started to fail because of cataracts wanted to meet Kenny Murray from Tinley Park Illinois and his family. Soon Kenny Murray told me. That their son Kenny was diagnosed in Utero with multiple complex congenital heart defects. So those were the stakes. Those were the real life stakes. These people are not an abstract argument the movie it reminds me of his silence of the lambs where the abducted girls mother goes on television and mentions her name often. So as to humanize her and FBI agent starling says, it's C.'s Catherine as a person and not just an object. It's harder to tear up. So the Democrats talked to the right to life professor. As if she were a serial killer, my work, it might impress upon her the cost of overturning the ACA. And it's unlikely. The entire ACA will be gutted Kevin on Roberts, have expressed ideas and past rulings that you can sever a part of the statute. In this case, the individual mandate and the law itself can still stay in effect maybe none of this none of the. Be made to sympathize with real people will have an actual bearing on the decision, but it is televised hearings. Democrats see it as in their interest to make their point over and over and over again if I were a Republican who doesn't particularly care about the being totally scrapped or it'd be watching these hearings and saying what do these people maybe people who need healthcare these sympathetic people what do any of them have to do with Judge Cody Barrett's qualifications to justice Coney Barrett. The answer really is not much just goes to the fact that the hearing can only be about process, but the actual interest is almost entirely in product. It's not like Republicans. Didn't engage in purely political shenanigans. There were so desperate to have someone attack Coney Barrett quite nastily that Thom Tillis went to twitter and read into the record mean things random twitter's were saying about her that's usually a segment on Jimmy Kimmel isn't it? And you couldn't dislodge the regular. Republican. Talking Point from the mouths of some of the old timers. There was Chuck Grassley with this old saw this idea of place in our system of government is critical. Ours is a government of separated powers. The. Power to make enforce and interpret law. Is Centrally isn't centralized in one person or one branch of government. That's my. That's not a mistake he was contradicted by his own Republican colleague Mike Lee. They're not equal in the sense that the least dangerous. Branch. was is always has been and always will be the judicial branch. For the simple reason you can't reach out you can't decide where going to go today or tomorrow. The judiciary is confined solely to those cases and controversies brought before your jurisdiction. You look not into the future but in the past you see the world as it were through a rear view mirror, your job is to decide. What the law says when people disagree as to the laws meaning so judges can't make the laws only interpret narrower still. As many before this committee have intoned. Really our job to interpret the law. It's just to follow the law row ACA Heller. All I will do is follow the law never mind my personal opinion never even mind my legal opinion before now I am an unknowable autumn Thanh of applying the law everyone agrees that I am immensely qualified for this job a job that requires nothing more than following the rules which not very sophisticated computer algorithm can do albeit a computer algorithm without seven adorable children. So now it's not really Kabuki or do or Manson musical. Performance that has nothing to do with the actual subject it said to be about. Best analogy I can think of a modern supreme court hearing is a little like the recitation of mandatory lines at airport check INS. Yeah. Pack the bag myself. No I didn't let a person unknown or known to me handle it. Now let me get on my plane and Gimme my to bag of peanuts for life where we land I think that's pretty well defined because.
"coney" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
"The opinion pages of the Wall Street. Journal, this is Potomac Watch a couple more broad observations. That I've noticed from the hearing so far one is that as bill mentioned a judge Barrett clerked for Justice Antonin Scalia. There's been some attempts to try to make her answer for everyone of scallions, opinion and her reply to that I thought was pretty good. She said if I were confirmed, you'd be getting Justice Barrett not. Justice Scalia. and it seems that she's also adhering pretty closely to what's been called the Ginsburg rule from Ruth Bader GINSBURG. GINSBURG's confirmation hearings Kim, offering no hints no forecasts no previews of how she would rule. For example, on Roe v Wade Tuesday morning, Dianne Feinstein tried to pin judge down with very specific questions. Like was Roe v Wade wrongly decided, but she did not get very far there. And the GINSBURG role. Let's point out has been role sense GINSBURG. So Amy Coney Barrett in refusing to highlight or give any explanation about how she might rule pending cases that has generally been or has been absolutely the attitude of pretty much every supreme court nominee that has come up in front of the Senate ever since Ruth? Bader GINSBURG was confirmed. And it's it's also. A completely reasonable view because you know having a discussion about sweeping areas of. Prudence is one thing. But as we all know these cases that come up often turn on incredibly technical details, they're often centered on one small piece of Law and you can never imagine this scenario. WHO's the plaintiff do they have? and so it simply not appropriate to just make sweeping kind of generalizations about things. It's also not appropriate to foreshadow how you're going to rule before you've heard arguments or before you've had a chance to speak with your. Fellow judges who get a chance to make their arguments for different readings of law, etc. so that's completely within the norm You know I think what will be interesting to watch in coming days will be the many and varied ways at Democrats still try to get the answers that they want. Feinstein gave a good preview of that but expect Democrats in coming days to go about this and all different manners and fashions. Saying you know, can you think of other judges who are textualist whoever ruled on a case that helped you know the cause of gay marriage or something like this, and they're gonNA try to corner her in some way but I would also point out amy conybeare has been through this before she sat through a pretty grueling appeals court nomination hearing only a couple of years ago and you can bet she's been. Practicing for those kinds of questions this time to. One thing to me at least is notable absence. In the run-up to the hearings there was a lot of reporting in the press on Judge Barrett's Catholic religious faith and this charismatic group people of Praise. That she was reportedly a member of. Ability nobody knows none of the senator at least that I've seen have raised that yet and do you think they anybody will this week? No I think they've been shamed into it. look I think two things the judge bear benefits from his set. Brad Kavanagh really bore the brunt of just disgusting attacks. Out of whole cloth that he was a gang rapist and so forth. So I don't think they can go to that kind of place that kind of scandal and especially against the woman right and then also because judge Barrett went through some of this about her faith when she was before the Senate Judiciary Committee for Appeals Court Job. They got a lot of pushback on that. So there's been a lot of warning for example for Senator Feinstein..
"coney" Discussed on Louder With Crowder
"Fast forward button. The choice is yours enjoy the show they didn't always have hearings and I think it's very reasonable at this point, and even though Republicans are having hearings and Democrats didn't have hearings I think it's very reasonable to say, well, you know what we had hearings until you tried it out people who were knowingly false ponds accusing a man of gang rape and this is no longer productive that changes the decor. Here, we go with another change my mind this time, the topic that's on everyone's mind. Should pick the president. A president should fix. The justice. Jan this nomination through the Senate is just an exercise in wrong and political power leader. McConnell, and the Republican Senate majority have no right to fill. This is a man who does not care about a dying women's final or you Joe Biden going to pack the court if you're Jamie conybeare. Got To ask you about packing the court. We'll start voters deserve. No. I'm not gonNA play. His game. Even non. Answer Joe Biden gave. People deserve. A straight answer mentioned the possibility that you in this house could move to impeach. We have our options we have arrows in our quiver. He's a mandate and is not democracy. It's king travesty. Trump must be heated, must be destroyed, and then he and his enablers and his supporters the Amy Coney Barrett's must be prosecuted and convicted and removed from our societies. Honestly you have to get rid of the electoral college six. We're GONNA. have to blow up entire system talk talk talk but saying nothing I want to know what do you think should the Senate Confirm Amy Conybeare? And.
"coney" Discussed on AM Joy
"And now joining the conversation is Buddha judge, former presidential candidate and author of the Brand New Book Trust Heat. It is great to see you thanks for coming on the show today. Same here. Thanks for having me on. So. This whole segment is talking about what's happening with the Supreme Court and the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett since I've got you sitting here, tell me your views about this nomination and your views on this particular nominee. Of course, a like most Americans I believe that the winner this presidential election ought to make the decision about who's GonNa fill the seat in by the way we're talking about an election day coming up, we're talking about an election underway millions of Americans have already voted and those votes ought to be part of the decision making process here So there's a process question but more importantly, there is a substance question. There's there's a question about our rights. You know. The bottom line is my family my marriage. This household that I live in a legally exists by the grace of a single vote on the US Supreme Court and I think about what it would have been like if that single vote had been a Justice Barrett instead of justice Ginsburg literally might not be a married man, right? So, this is not a some academic concern or some arcane question. This is about our lives in a very immediate sense, and this is nothing personal about the Appointee Zoo's about philosophy the ideology that is driving these appointments driven by A. Far Right. That is out of step with the American people on issue after issue whether it's lgbtq rights, marriage equality or whether it's healthcare, which is also very much on the line right now as this decision, this ACA case approaches the Supreme Court press voting rights in another questions you know the decisions they make in that building they come down into our most intimate dimensions of life, and that's what's at stake for be right now it's not it's not about her it's about the decisions that are going to be made. You know as you say, it is about our lives. I was reminded of the tweet that your husband chest in. Buda judge sent out where the tweet says staring at the at this wedding ring thinking of what Scotus means to our lives, our families, our marriages, our rights I need you to vote we all need you to vote. Mayor Pete and I still call you even though you're no longer bear of South Bend Indiana as I noted at the start of the introduction of this segment, that today is is national coming out day. As an openly gay man or Married man. For, those folks are lgbt especially Choo who might be watching what would you tell them if they are struggling with with coming out and how to do it? The most important thing I want them to hear is I'm rooting for you. I know that this can be. Incredibly. Challenging and for different people in different ways some people have the. The sense of who they are in the readiness is in the willingness to to come out when they're teenagers I was a grown man, a mayor of sitting in a position of responsibility I own a house and. I found it extremely challenging to come out in my thirties. Some people are. And are. Not that. Moment their lives when when it's just time. You're ready when you're ready and I can't promise that it will always be easy. But. I can promise that there is an extraordinary community of people who care about you in support you. As you're making a going through this process and when you are ready. You know I will be one who will be there to. To welcome you. To urge you to. To to stand up and be proud and the other thing that I think is important for people to think about. Because you're often understandably wrapped up in your own fears and concerns. is to remember that when you make a decision to come out to be who you are to to let others know who you are. Someone who might not even realize might be looking to you might be looking up to you. And might know that they have a better chance of acceptance from seeing you live in two we really are. that. So moving what you have to say to people who might be struggling with whether and how to come out as you were speaking I was handed. This is just in aiming coney Barrett's opening statements. Tomorrow has been released them want to read to you. One part of that statement where she writes when I write an opinion resolving case, I read every word from the perspective of the Losing Party I. Ask Myself How would I view the decision? If one of my children was the party I was ruling against even though I would not like the result would I understand that the decision was fairly reasoned and grounded in the law? Mayor what do you make of that? Fairly. And grounded in the law. While you know two of her would be colleagues, justice, Alito Justice Thomas wrote a memo last week essentially putting marriage equality back on the table in their minds. So if she really wants to understand the party, she might against. I guess I would invite her to follow that process. And put yourself in the shoes of somebody who was married. And then was effectively forcibly divorced by Judicial Fiat. told. That they were no longer married to their spouse told that their family was no longer family. Because of the ideological. Commitments of people wearing black robes on that bench. Would we be able to think of that as fairly reason? Maybe she would. I don't think I would. And I guess I would just hold her to that if she's going to be a part of the majority. Stripping. Away a right to choose. A right to vote. A right to get healthcare, and maybe even a right to be married from people whose wellbeing and whose lives depend on her interpretation of judicial philosophy. And I want to read one more section from her from her opening statement and this in this she says courts have a vital responsibility to enforce the rule of law which is critical to a free society but courts are not designed to solve every problem or right every wrong in our public life. The policy decisions and value judgments of government must be made by the political branches elected by an accountable to the people the.
"coney" Discussed on Today, Explained
"For the next thirty or forty years. Ian Millhauser covers the Supreme Court for Vox. You can find all of his writing at Vox dot com I'm Shawn Romney's firm.
"coney" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
"Court she is I read her record she joined to opinions involving abortion calling for cases to be reheard on Bonk but neither opinion was written by her and of those cases Kim as I read, them are sort of tangential to the question of UNROLL V. Wade Exactly. As we put it on our editorial, there was one case price view Chicago which again, kind of ten gentle. But there where she adhered to the precedent on seven circuit. There was one descent where she joined in Indiana abortion case but she was actually vindicated at the supreme. Court on that and all of this matters because when People WanNa talk about Eimi, Coney Barrett and abortion and Roe v Wade, they're really claiming that she's a radical who will not care at all about starring decisiveness about precedent. And she's willing to blow up some of these long standing rulings that have existed in the country especially on cultural issues. But if you look at her record, they're simply very little to suggest that she would in any way be radical She probably might be more willing to look at some precedents than say John Roberts the chief justice. But it's highly unlikely that she would fall in the category of Clarence Thomas, who is a guy who has been very willing to blow up President and has stated so again and again, the the reality is to that no-one justice as a radical even if she were can really probably. Have that kind of influence. You would need five justices who would be willing to to blow up Ravi Wade and they're simply very little on the evidence to suggest that there's anywhere near those numbers. So I think it's important that you do go through these things because they really under they really destroy a lot of the liberal talking points about her and what she would mean for the court. Yeah and I mean started Seis I think that the doctrine to stand by the president's already decided I think you're going to be hearing a lot about her views on that sort of in lieu of of opinions that are directly on point to some of these issues, and if we end up with a six three conservative court, I mean this could legitimately be a new sort of interesting big faultline. Where Conservatives the conservative justices are splitting on what precedence to stand by and what to overrule and just to sort of flesh out the point that Kim made I mean on one end you have justice Thomas, and in a recent recent opinion he wrote this, he wrote when faced with a demonstrably eroneous president, my rule is simple. We should not follow it. I mean that's as cut and dry as it could be, and that's one end, and then on the other end, you have a chief justice John Roberts who voted in twenty twenty to uphold the precedent that he voted against in twenty sixteen and so I, think bill, there's going to be a lot of discussion on where judge bear it would fall in that spectrum. But to my I it would it might be somewhere in the middle. An even if it's not in the middle I, look I think she's on record as saying with regard to row that..
"coney" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"The name. Amy Coney Barrett for a couple of years. Now ever since this story came out that president trump was saving Barrett to someday day replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg like over the last three years pretty much any time I tweet anything about Justice Ginsburg trolls will respond something along the lines of she will die and we will replace her with Amy Coney Barrett's like it's been a constant drumbeat for three years now. As soon as the news broke, of Justice, GINSBURG staff, the the name on everyone's lips was amy conybeare I honestly feel like Republicans just placed her outside the cemetery gates and they were like as soon as Justice Ginsburg takes her last breath we will install you and I just feel like I have been trolled in. You know many legal analysts have been trolled about this for a very long time. It's like the maximal troll it is the final stage of the trump trawl like this is bad. It just doesn't get neutral earlier. I, mean you held out the possibility that Amy Kuney Barrett. Down the nomination why well Because, if you listen to her friends and her supporters like they all say, she's really smart which I believe she's really nice in person I believe. And Be a thoughtful analytical judge and I guess like. It seemed to me that if she were really is nice and empathetic, and as thoughtful as they claimed this, she would at a minimum not agreed to be trotted out at. A Rose Garden ceremony intentionally designed to look exactly like RPG's before our BG is literally in the ground like it just seems so ghoulish and she even mentioned at the ceremony like the flags are still at half staff. Yeah. Because she just I don't week ago. Of course this appointment, it's not about being nice. It's about power who's got it and who doesn't. For progressive like mark. It feels like a rug is been ripped out from under him. There's no pretending that they're doing something aside from politics. It just seems like whatever we had for a very long time in this country, a supreme court that garnered. Respect. From both sides did at important moments seemed to sit above politics not align itself with one party or platform that's over and it's over forever. Today on the show mark is going to explain why this appointment concerns him so much by looking at who amy conybeare it is as a person, but also as a scholar and jurist. Harris. You're listening to next stick with us. I wanted to tell you about a new podcast I. think he will like it's called wild wild tack. It's filled with weird and interesting stories about technology and the surprising way it impacts of culture. For example, they have a story about why apple changed its products to make them look appealing in movies and how the US Army is recruiting. It's next generation. 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Checkout. wire-cutters back to school coverage and more at NY, TIMES DOT com slash, back to school. Mark says one way to understand how many Barrett might rule as a Supreme Court justice is to look at the groups that are endorsing her right now like the Susan B, Anthony List, which seeks to advance leaders who are opposed to abortion, and now she said to give are pro life country court deserves. After. All this waiting. Tell the Senate tell everyone confirm amy conybeare it. There's also the federalist. Society Barrett was speaking at their events just last month. She is a longtime member of the Federalist Society. She has taken money from the federal society to travel around the country and give speeches. She is very much an entrenched part of the Federalist Society Culture and You know when we're talking about the federalist society, we're talking about this conservative network of attorneys. Begins in law school, but they're really everywhere and they sort of lift each other up into positions of power right and this was all created by a guy named Leonard Leo who was for a very long time the head of the federalist? Society he hand. The five conservatives who are on the court today and even though he has theoretically left, the group everyone seems to agree every rational person seems to agree that he's still playing a role during this confirmation battle. I think the president and Amy Coney Barrett herself have done a really good job of introducing who this potential justice is. The introduced her as a mom and a religious woman with seven kids real soft focus, Ghazi lighting kind of introduction. But I'm hoping you can introduce Amy Coney Barrett as a jurist. She's a pretty new federal judge, and so we don't have a ton of opinions to lean on here I mean what we do know is that she clerked for Justice Scalia he was her mentor and she went on to teach at Notre Dame and she was very beloved professor there. But she also while she was at Notre Dame, she made it very clear her conservative bent. I believe that she was on a faculty group. That was that said it was pro-life and I think that she also. took. A stance on the ACA. So.
"coney" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"This is a Bloomberg radio special selecting the next Supreme Court justice I'm David Westin well president trump has made it official nominating easy Coney Vera to replace the late justice. Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the High Court, she is a woman of unparalleled achievement. Towering intellect sterling credentials and unyielding loyalty to the Constitution Judge Amy Coney Barrett. Pick that has the potential to shift the balance of the Supreme Court for decades to come over the next hour, we'll look at the implications, discuss the politics around the pick and examined Judge Barrett's record from her start as a clerk, for Justice Antonin, Scalia to our time on the bench of the Seventh Circuit, court, of appeals. But first, let's start with some initial reaction from. Our Bloomberg News and Bloomberg Law. Supreme Court reporters Greg Stohr and Kimberly strateg- Robinson. So Greg I'll start with you. This hardly came as a surprise people basically were predicting yeah. This is a name that we were all talking about for days name that Donald Trump told us. He was very seriously considering and it somebody who he interviewed before he selected Brad Kavanagh for the last opening. Saints. I'm Kimberly. It's important these days to know something about your nominee and likely to rule this nominee is an academic. She's written a fair amount. She said sort of how she approaches. So these Kinda no, her approach. Don't they. They do you when she was a professor at Notre Dame. She was there for a number of years. She really focused on originalism and statutory construction and really in the mold of her former boss Justice Scalia and on the seventh circuit while she hasn't been there that long just since October of two thousand. Seventeen that has been her record on the court following those judicial ideologies. When you hear things like originalism, which certainly something to Justice Scalia, a spouse you automatically almost think about Roe against Wade and abortion don't you, greg because that's something that the conservatives been saying for some time I don't see the the right to have an abortion in the constitution. You certainly do really hard to square. Roe. v Wade with the way that conservatives apply originalism and so yes, that that is almost an implicit criticism of the way that decision was made in any..
"coney" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Action packed up assode an important episode buckle up everybody. Here we go. What you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus to know we are lucky to have charlie. Charlie kirks running the White House. I want to thank he's an incredible guy, his spirit his love of this country's done an amazing job building. One of the most powerful youth organisations ever created turning USA. Embrace, the ideas that have destroyed countries destroyed lives and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Amy Tony Barrett it's looking likely that president trump is going to select amy coney. Barrett to the Supreme Court. Now, this is not confirmed. This is still somewhat in the rumor mill, but Bloomberg Dot Com says trump zeroes in on coney. Supreme Court pick look I've got to know the President I, understand his political instincts and I think I have a very good understanding of how would make this decision and I think it is likely the president will select any coney. Barrett. Now, the other person who is in contention is also Barbara Lagola judge. Barbara ago from Florida, who according to my sources and people that I talk. To that I know very, well in kind of the judge selection world, they think very highly of Barbara Lagola both are Catholic both are young they're in their fifties both have been confirmed before by the United States Senate, and both honestly offers something politically positive for the president if you were to select any conybeare it or judge Luego. So a little more information about Amy Coney Barrett. She will be attacked. Absolute guarantee for her religious views. In fact, let's go back in time just to remember how Dianne Feinstein treated Amy Coney Barrett, and her Catholic beliefs during her Senate confirmation hearing play tape when you read your speeches. The conclusion one draws. Is that the dogma lives loudly within you. And That's of concern. When you come to big issues that large numbers of people have fought for for years in this country that is what Dianne Feinstein and the Democrats. Believe and feel when it comes to. Catholicism I'm not a Catholic however that is just in incredible assault on someone's personal belief. Religiously to treat it that way, Amy Coney Barrett was born in nineteen two jurist who serves as a circuit court judge on the US Court of Appeals for the seventh season ticket bear is the first and only woman to occupy in Indiana seat on the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals described as an originalist or a textualist Barrett's philosophy is very similar to her former boss Antonin Scalia..
"coney" Discussed on Citation Needed
"Hello and welcome to citation needed live in New York it's the podcast where we choose a subject read a single article about it on Wikipedia and pretend we're experts because this is the Internet Yep that's how it works now I'm Eli Bosnich and I'll be your ringmaster but had some freaks to include in the Ballyhoo first up the hypodermic needles to my child like feet see so and no well I mean the Dow wasn't working so I go to the person right any land keep telling you go between the toes with them it's between toews not I also joining us tonight two men who were disappointed when they found out this essay had nothing to do with the FBI heave and Tom We got no applause at all when you introduced us. I just want to point that out take note take note James Komi needs a theme park it Colmey island so basically Gitmo right yeah so basically coney island I I don't I don't trust the FBI or the CIA or the NSA pretty much anything to do with intelligence escapes me I think now before we begin tonight would like to take a moment to thank our patrons hey what's your name Mike Thank you a- and if you'd like to join me six mics ranks and if you'd like it's going to be ended at great and if you'd like to join Mike's Ranks be sure to stick around until the end of the show and without the way tell us what person place in concept phenomenon or event would be talking about today all right get excited Brooklyn people people acts and we're GONNA be talking about a wonderful place that makes your borough the amazing that it really is coney fucking island and Tom Your quest for fried dough ended up in an essay this time are you ready to powder that sugar naive. I have no idea what that means I'm happy to review an essay though I don't all right so what is coney island all right well Alan is a ridiculous little spit of Peninsula that has become synonymous with a special brand of New York Americana and while I've never been there because I hear it full of poor people it's gross it has an amazing history of utterly bizarre theme parks and attractions that should one hundred percent make you uncomfortable people it's basically like a really racist equal to Action Park and I want to start by quoting this article from worker one thousand nine hundred ninety eight gives a really nice flavor to set the scene for is here's the quote Coney Island is the same as important as ever for those making the best of the summer it presents. The world's unlovely massive the contents of the melting pot right out on display the Cross is of the world and bortles every responsible person should be hell to march the length of it once a year to see who is entitled to vote for mayor eh amazing world's unluckiest massive humanity is directly taken from every yelp review of a Walmart in India by the way there's a her people there that cancel the Medicare for all vote from there. Rascal skiers up yeah we're going to go with Medicare for all who can tell me how many Congressmen there are hey ally question can you name your congressman one congressman the one you have district New Jersey Mr Man Kim nailed it nailed it all right so the first the amusement parks is a special little something called Sea Lion Park Sea Lion Park was the first enclosed amusement park where the park itself and not just the attractions required the entry fee I guess amusement used to strictly car affair for this until a guy named Paul Bolton changed everything before boiling all the rides at the amusement park we're individual usually owned and operated so this meant that in one park you might have a toothless carney running a cobbled together uninspected late nineteenth century gravity power death slide and then thirty years away an entirely different equally unqualified committee carrier would have his own homemade drowning hazard he dreamed up and Manny back in the back yard what the slide be powered by if not gravity. I'm just curious okay this is this is my essay. That's we edit we had four weeks for at it's okay fine it wasn't until Boynton came along and decide to put the theme theme park that everything changed and the thing by the way was money this theme was also sea lions the extremely depressing Chimera of like William Bar and the penguin from Batman theme park or so Tom You just described every pair I've ever been to with the carriers and the death power gravity slide or whatever I don't know that blatant changed anything it's very very possible but we gotTa talk right and quick digression on him not just the inventor of taking your money to walk into the place before you had the fun yet boy was already famous for his river floating MM suits so this is his stick he would done an inflatable rubber suit fill its various bladders air and then float down rivers human tired it was basically like a lazy river in a to go container and still somehow everywhere this guy goes he's greeted by these massive cheering crowds he must have realized from this just how starved late nineteenth century miracle was for entertainment so we started sea lion park in eighteen ninety-five anything that could be done equally well by a sack of potatoes should for celebrity and we propellant in his superstardom entire families because one member was on a sex tape one time I'll take waterwings man yeah potatoes mentally ill plead not there's a lot of people wanNA watch conde fuck a sack of potatoes more than I would have guessed right now at twenty six dollars without all right so what delights in wonders away to the gawking masses see lion park well see lines obviously that's in the name so also the water shoot so the water shoot was every stupid fucking log ride you've ever been on it's basically just like a flat bottom boat that went down the ramp and into a pool of water and then skimmed across the surface so not that big a deal so boy sometimes filter boat with the occasional lion or bear or small elephants to spice it up I guess well well the animals the animals they even had their own special line to get on the rides it was it was called zoo q that's sharing for me yeah audience at home everyone was really impressed with that uh-huh book you should have come to the show yeah we held up signs that said shits everybody well unhandy rebus puzzle that's what I was looking I like to use the elephants in that ride though each picture and elephant cutting in front of the make a wish kid whenever you're fucking faking it we all know you're faking that's what everyone in the other line is thinking they all had dark thoughts you all didn't think that about the with like diabetes and Fast Line fuck off yes you you're all liars diabetes afoot for the attention of your foot and we'll talk to you could see that he also had built a roller coaster called and I love the fucking aimless thing flip flap railway right and this actually had a inverting loop in it and a drop of about twenty meters but he had a cancel the ride because it was too dangerous though to their credit they did test the coaster ahead of time with sandbags and monkeys at the same time it's hard to fill the sandbag with the monkeys right but it's a lot of fun I didn't say it wasn't worth it. this ride was famous for producing extreme forces on the writers as many as twelve g which this minute also just a lot of whiplash just for reference your fighter pilots Max out around nine flip flap is the money and he bought topsy who you might remember from Heath Super Oh baby it's only eight chaptered only eight years after opening in Nineteen Oh three sea lion park closed and everyone packed up and went home never attend adding to turn Brooklyn's foot into a money making venture if only because next up is steeplechase park and this would turn out to be longest lasting of the three great coney island amusement parks it's founder was George till you and he founded steeplechase on the idea that if you entertain people rather than dressed like a he huge.
"coney" Discussed on Citation Needed
"What do you mean an extra long lead-in well when everybody's just realizing the show starting so they're not quite done talking I I think you're not giving enough credit I bet they're sitting there in perfect silence right now right now just silent what they know they're not look at that guy that guy right there see the chauffeur and Nick Hon son He Li- how did you turn the microphones into lights don't encourage me like why did you turn phones into lights better question SLA boy this week's episode is about Coney Island so you looking for a preview Oh yeah well then come to the Museum of stuff that was probably nice once but is definitely not nice we've got and John what's that that's very nice of you actually can I just do it myself I'm just so much better at this you are you're still I mean okay just maybe you can I don't know like cheer and I'll do it. we've got binge drinking what do you mean Chug Ryan I'm forty three dude I got kids also this is red why why are you crying. and of course podcasts okay okay that's enough of that that is enough there let's just start the show sit down down.
"coney" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast
"The athletes you know coney as soon as they leave the court now you could just tell by the way you gotta do interview when they're tired it's harder to walk in a room modus coney he even knowledge that women he said what's up to all the dues i whenever god does that he's a call it's it's pretty good critical thinking homeboy what he's thinking here well case by case if i walk in like if i see ya'll dues i know definitely but i'm gonna knowledge the women i believe that i've seen coming room and it'd be a woman sitting my head tried over the girl and shape is it our job to introduce you to them if they happen to be made as if she's with you mean like with with me i just mean like with if we we know them even still i still introduce myself does meat also say what's up how do you say what's up hello my name's mall cool funny you your funny guy thought maybe like a line these these folks you know what i do that oh mall does do that from the josie all right well the gate don't be so far no i'm ready he make animal balloons right away maybe not right at the little middle booth not this normally right near the gate negative more you know what i'm mad that we didn't never did and i don't know if we can still do it we probably can't now but many many years ago me more in a mani when we all were single.
"coney" Discussed on WJR 760
"Next to that is tia loca which is a fabulous mexican very fresh we actually import the mexican coca cola with the real sugar cane as we really bending over backwards to be authentic you bring in the mexican coca cola absolutely there is nothing like pure sugar cane coca cola and it really and that's what we cook our our meets in and we also serve it as well then we have our basil leaf pizza and this pizza is delicious this neapolitan style pizza we actually have a a coney dog pizza it's incredible dog pete's yes indeed you're making my mouth water by the way next time you come back you're welcome to bring samples side two game instead of coming to game in deciding to eat so what are you what do you think jason that the that that sets you apart from the other casinos and eateries then.