28 Burst results for "Court Of Public Opinion"

Biden Pledges Appeal of 'Deeply Disappointing' DACA Ruling

Chad Benson Show

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Biden Pledges Appeal of 'Deeply Disappointing' DACA Ruling

"The Biden administration vowing to defend DACA that program that protects undocumented immigrants brought to the U. S. As Children commonly referred to as dreamers from deportation. The program in jeopardy after a federal judge ruled against it, White House promising to fight back and defend the DACA program that provides protection for hundreds of thousands of immigrants who came to the United States as Children. Undocumented. Federal judge in Texas, ruling that the program set up by former President Obama is unlawful. The new court opinion would not immediately impact those already in the program, but would bar the government from accepting new applicants. President Biden is calling the ruling deeply

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"court public opinion" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:14 min | 5 months ago

"court public opinion" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Although my China's introduction of a new national security law is transforming the city Critics say it's silencing the opposition. Have been more than 10,000 arrests since the start of the protest movement in 2019. Since the law was introduced a year ago, more than 100 arrests have been made under the national security law. In a tiny room on the Taliban side of Hong Kong. 23 year old alum, A former student activists looks down at photos of his friends. Some are in prison. And others have fled. But he remains. He fears the new law has ended activism in the city. Hi, Eva. How, he said the door again. Hold can you call most of our generation is going through this they are compelled to or are planning to leave their homes. Many of my friends in Hong Kong are either arrested or have been persecuted with political cases. Many others have left Hong Kong due to the national security and other reasons. For those left in Hong Kong. Many have decided to stay until the last resort, but some of them are struggling to decide whether to stay or to leave. Despite the risk of arrest. The child continues to speak out. Inside his clothing store stands a life size statue of Hong Kong protester In May, 80 police officers raided his shop. Said he was selling goods which violated the new law. After that 1.5 hour search. I felt The law that I knew was dead. And the National Security law was abused. And this is not the Hong Kong that I know. He believes the national security law is designed to silence critics of the government. In time for the 100 year anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party. They wanted to intimidate, because I think Eight. Kind of have the agenda. To try and silence outspoken people. Instead of trying to use the national security law as a law to protect The national security of China and Hong Kong. And if they decided to use it as a weapon to silence people. And they arrest you. What can I say? What can I do? I'm not going to change the way I live just because there's something so vague going around. In society. If anything, I'm duty bound to prove Citizens of Hong Kong should not live in fear. Winning. Is about continuing to live normal. To speak up. That's our winning. That report from Danny Vincent. A short time ago, I spoke to Emily Lau, a veteran pro democracy campaigner and former member of the Legislative Council. How would she characterized this transformative year? Well, some people would say that Hong Kong has been turned upside down. But of course there are those who welcome it. I'm sure you're aware Hong Kong is a city that has been split asunder by the protests we've seen in the last few years. And also chief executive Carrie Lam and the Executive council's inability to solve Hong Kong's problem, and some people even went to Beijing and asked them to send the People's Liberation Army. Coming to quell the unrest. And so Beijing responded by this national security law and also changing the electoral system. And now appointing police offices as top of government. But I must tell you we are not asking for independence. Most people accept. We are a special administrative region of the People's Republic of China, but we want to be able to continue to be free to be safe and to develop democracy. And that's what Beijing promise us and promised the British government when they signed the joint declaration in 1984 and said, We can have this free lifestyle for 50 years after 97 Now it's not even halfway And now we are seeing banishing banishing freedoms. You mentioned the United Kingdom and the treaty between China and the United Kingdom. I wonder how you reflect on the way the international community has responded, the US revoked Hong Kong's Special trade status. Um, many countries suspended their extradition treaties with Hong Kong. When you look at the relationship between Hong Kong and the rest of the world. How do you reflect on that? I wanted the international community. To care about what's happening here. In fact, I want them to come here to do business to live and work here. And of course, I want Hong Kong to have the environment which is inviting to foreigners as well as local people. We don't want to see the people who you know or rushing to the airport, trying to catch the plane to go to the UK. It is happening, though, isn't it? I mean that there is even just anecdotally that there are many, many people who are choosing to leave and and in many ways, it's been quite different, too. The post Tiananmen Square. Um, years when a post 1989 the kinds of people who are wanting to leave Hong Kong are middle class, not necessarily the elite and many people in their twenties as well, choosing to leave that that must feel That must feel quite different. Yes, And I think many leave because they have young Children and some don't have Children also leaving And of course, it's good that the British government finally Decided to have this policy of a path to citizenship. I think it's good that Hong Kong people have an option. Don't want to see people trapped here on this island. But I repeat. I hope that Beijing will keep the promises of the Sino British Joint Declaration and the Basic Law. It's interesting to hear you talk about the hope that Beijing will stick to that agreement, but it does feel that the national security law has been used. In all kinds of ways that that prevent a space for the freedoms that you're talking about. More than 100. People have been arrested, among them prominent political activists. What space is there now? In your view to oppose what's happening, I think is vanishing space disappearing space, but I refused to say the game is over. No, the struggle must go on in a peaceful and nonviolent way. That's the way I have behaved for decades. And we will continue you say, Are you foolish? Your your head needs examining thinking Beijing will change. Well, we just have to keep edit. All of what you're saying presumes that Beijing is actually listening and your acknowledgement that Hong Kong is a city of China. Must surely make you consider that Actually, Beijing is not interested in courting public opinion, well, interested or not? I think this is our way forward. We're not going to use force or violence, No revolution and we are not going to leave Hong Kong so we have to continue. And I think in many places countries, people do the struggle in a peaceful way. And, of course, many people made huge sacrifices. And there are people dodging bullets swimming in rivers of blood and they still fight. I think we are no lesser beings, although I don't support violence. And so, uh, we just have to carry on..

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Barrett writes first majority Supreme Court opinion in FOIA dispute

WBZ Midday News

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

Barrett writes first majority Supreme Court opinion in FOIA dispute

"And Supreme Court Justice Amy Amy Cockney Baron has delivered her first majority opinion for the nation's highest court. This is a case involving the Federal Freedom of Information Act, a PC's Elizabeth Scholesy with more from Washington, in her first opinion as a U. S Supreme Court Justice Amy Cockney Barrett rights on behalf of a 72 majority, saying federal government agencies can refuse to disclose documents related to internal deliberations. As part of an exemption in the Freedom of Information Act. The case involved the environmental group Sierra Club trying to obtain documents from the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Steven Brier were the two dissents. Elizabeth Halsey. ABC NEWS

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The relationship between Justice Scalia and RBG

Fox News Rundown

10:42 min | 1 year ago

The relationship between Justice Scalia and RBG

"Lies in state in the Capitol today, the first woman ever given that honor in the first Supreme Court justice since William Howard Taft and he'd also been the president. Justice. Ginsburg's casket was at the court for two days for people to pay their respects, including President Trump, and the first lady booed when they got there. The president has had nice things to say about Justice Ginsburg since her death, you may agree. You may not disagree with her, but he was an inspiration to a tremendous number of people. I say all Americans, and now, he says, it's his job to fill that seat on the court. I think it's very important that we have nine justices. And I think the system is going to go very quickly. The president plans to announce his nominee tomorrow. Joe Biden, and a lot of other Democrats say he should fill that seat if he wins the election in light of Republicans blocking President Obama from filling a seat in an election year, the seat President Obama would have filled incident. Scalia's went to Neil Gorsuch instead of Merrick Garland. For all the fighting. There's been over Justices Scalia and Ginsburg in life. They were very good friends. People always find it surprising that they were such good friends, Christopher Scully's the Eighth of Incident. Scalia's nine Children. There's a new collection published of his father's writing called The Essential Scalia. Their friendship went back. Really to the early eighties, when they were judges together on the D C circuit Court of Appeals, which is kind of like the second most important court in the country, and they they had a good working relationship that which really started back then they would help each other revised their drafts and their opinions. Apparently, the other judges on that court really didn't like getting advice about their writing and how to improve the clarity of what they're writing in the force of their arguments. But Justice Ginsburg liked getting and receiving that kind of advice, and so did my dad, and they formed what he called a mutual improvement society during their time on the court there. And And they had other things in common. They were they had similar backgrounds and that they were both New Yorkers grew up in New York around the same time, different boroughs but around the same time and shared a love of opera. Good wine eating good food. Both of their thousands were excellent cooks. Marty Ginsburg, in particular, is kind of a legendary cook, who would put together wonderful meals every New Year's Eve and they would celebrate New Year's Every every year is well. So you know, despite all their differences, and all the many things they disagreed about, including a number of opinions in this collection. They had a wonderful friendship were able to kind of focus on the things they had in common. Your dad in Justice Ginsburg, I don't know the statistics on how often they concurred or dissented on cases. But I imagine that they disagreed. Maybe as much as any two Recent justices have my right. Yeah, I think that that sounds right. I don't know the statistics, either. I think people would be surprised by how often they agreed with each other. But on the real hot button cultural cases, they often disagreed one of her most important, most famous opinions. Was Virginia Military Institute case from the mid nineties. And my My father wrote a dissent to that case, which is in this collection, the essentials, Scalia and it was hey actually gave her the draft of that descent a little bit earlier than one usually does just so that she would have more time to kind of Deal with it and grapple grapple with his arguments. And and, yeah, some of his most staying the sense we're in response to opinions. She didn't necessarily right but but joined, And I think that's probably true. Vice versa. Tell us very about the big bouquet of roses she got from him. My dad would get her roses for her birthday and I guess the Ah, I think the last time he did that. So the year before he died, one of the editors of the Essential Scalia Judge Jeffrey Sutton was visiting my father in chambers on on Justice Ginsburg's birthday. And he saw that my dad had two dozen roses for Justice Ginsburg and Judge Sutton started teasing Dad saying, You know, I haven't even gotten my wife two dozen roses over the course of our entire marriage. Why would you do this? And besides, When was the last time she cited with you on a really important 54 decision? You know, he's poking fun, You know, not not really being serious, but My dad gave a serious answer, which was some things are more important than votes. As I think I just kind of a great encapsulation of their of their relationship of their friendship they had they had Very different opinions of politics and of their jobs as a zoo judges and of what laws, men and with the Constitution, man. But, uh, how they voted wasn't the biggest factor in their relationship. It wasn't that those opinions didn't matter. And it wasn't that they compromised their beliefs for each other. But they didn't let those very strongly held beliefs undermine their very deep friendship collection of Supreme Court. Justice Antonin Scalia is writing sort of like a greatest hits album. It's opinions and other writing about the law and the Constitution again called the Essential Scalia. This is really just a collection of his greatest Legal writings, opinions, speeches, essays and they collected together give a really good sense of white. Exactly. He was such a significant Supreme Court justice on it. They're having in one collection really makes it tangible for anybody understand that we'll just as a legal reference work. You've got to think it's going to end up being bought by or four A lot of lawyers and judges know absolutely in law students. I hope you know that he he wrote. Clearly, he wrote, Hey, had so many memorable phrases and his opinions. His logic was so strong and convincing that people just kind of they often went to his opinions first. And so it's good for people to kind of have that as a resource to keep going to those opinions. Even you know, even after His passing is also besides the legal community. It's also like you said. It's very readable, even for non lawyers for just a general interest audience who might, but he was just simply a very, very good writer. Yeah, it's exactly right. He hey, wrote. For? I guess we would now call it out of transparency. You know, Even when he was writing Supreme court opinions, he understood that they should be understood themselves by everyday citizens, not just legal eagles and people with legal degrees. He kind of a recurring theme of his opinions. Is that people should know what the court courts are doing and people that the court should not usurp power that properly belongs to the people. And I think that kind of reverence for the Democratic order is is kind of manifest in his in the clarity of his writing a lot of times if he had a vote, a personal vote on how a case would turn out it may or may not a lot of times did a line with how he ruled, But sometimes it probably wouldn't have right. Yeah, I think that's true. And that's especially true in one example is when he sided with the majority in a flag burning case. The majority ruled that, um, it was constitutional sorry from burning the flag was constitutionally protected speech under the First Amendment so prohibiting that in the state law was unconstitutional. My father often explained that he did not like Three idea of flag burning. If he were a king, he would ban it. But clearly to him falls under the protection of the protection of the First Amendment, and a lot of conservatives to this day do not like that opinion. My father thought the Constitution was clear about that. There are many examples in this collection, the essential Scalia of instances in which he stands up for the rights of the accused defendant's rights. There's a famous case in here where search and seizure cases as well there a couple of those in here where he just thought, you know the police do not have authority, for example, to use Scans of houses, Tio identify Marilou who was growing marijuana without that was an illegal search examples like that s so if he could just pass a law That was one thing, but actually sorry, there couldn't be even be lost for that because they so clearly violated the Constitution, even though obviously he wouldn't have approved of those particular actions. Sure. Hey, was also notice the talker during oral arguments. He has asked a lot of questions and clearly sometimes, though, they weren't really questions. They were just arguments he was making to his fellow justices. Do you think he went into most cases with his mind made up based on the briefs, and the president is a bad thing, but not usually the case. I think that the justices, you know, I can't say for certain, but my hunch is that they often have to go in with a pretty good idea, but I think for the most part, they do ask questions, not just Not just to be heard or not just to make arguments, but because they want to really engage with the arguments that the lawyers are making in the forward to this collection, Justice Kegan first of all, very happy that she agreed to write this beautiful forward, But she she says that she says just that, you know, Dad would ask these questions because he loved argument and kind of loved mixing it up. It wasn't just kind of wasn't just for show though he did. I think you're right. He was very kind of an engaging speaker and There was some study years ago that that found he was. He was the funniest justice by the standards of he drew the most laughter from the courtroom during oral arguments, which obviously isn't the most important thing to do, but just shows how much he he enjoyed that process that love for debate. Did it? Was it a two way street was? Was he persuadable? Absolutely. That's something justice Kagan mentions in her forward. She doesn't say when she ever changed his mind, but says They change each other's minds at times. Well, Christopher Scalia, It was great to talk, Teo, The book is called The Essential Scalia on the Constitution, the courts and the rule of law. Chris Scalia. Really good to talk to you. Thanks so much, Thanks so much appreciate your time.

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Supreme Court Rules for Gay and Transgender Rights in the Workplace

AP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Supreme Court Rules for Gay and Transgender Rights in the Workplace

"Wire the Supreme Court rules that gay lesbian and transgender workers are protected by federal law the conservative court ruled sixty three that the Civil Rights Act protects LGBT people from workplace discrimination as I read those first few words my heart stopped get a government worker Gerald Bostic's lawsuit was one of three the High Court decided really think I went into a moment of shock the ruling is a defeat not just for the employers but for the trump administration which argued the civil rights acts playing the wording compelled to rolling for employers trump appointee Neil Gorsuch wrote the court's opinion and the president says he accepts it very powerful decision actually which is expected to have a big impact on the nation's roughly eight point one million LGBT workers since most states do not protect them from job

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Supreme Court says gay, transgender workers protected by law

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Supreme Court says gay, transgender workers protected by law

"The Supreme Court has given gay lesbian and transgender workers a big win the conservative court ruled six to three that the Civil Rights Act protects LGBT people from workplace discrimination as I read those first few words my heart stopped get a government worker Gerald Bostic's lawsuit was one of three the High Court decided really think I went into a moment of shock the ruling is a defeat not just for the employers but for the trump administration which argued the civil rights acts playing the wording compelled a ruling for employers trump appointee Neil Gorsuch wrote the court's opinion and the president says he accepts it very powerful decision actually which is expected to have a big impact on the nation's roughly eight point one million LGBT workers since most states do not protect them from job discrimination Sager mag ani Washington

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Federal judge says all Texas voters can apply to vote by mail during pandemic

Glenn Beck

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Federal judge says all Texas voters can apply to vote by mail during pandemic

"Federal judge in San Antonio has ruled the Texans fearful of contracting coronavirus should be allowed to vote by mail Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton disagrees with the judge's decision and vows to fight it on appeal here's Paxton spokesman mark Wright lander the district court's opinion ignores the evidence and disregards well established law we will immediately seek review by the fifth circuit court of appeals and his decision U. S. district judge Fred berry road citizen should have the option to choose voting by letter carrier versus voting with the disease carriers the AG's office will go before the Texas Supreme Court today challenging election officials from five Texas counties for urging voters to submit mail in ballot

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Court backs Texas pandemic abortion ban, citing emergency powers

Stephanie Miller

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Court backs Texas pandemic abortion ban, citing emergency powers

"In Texas a temporary ban on abortions as bank of fact following a ruling by a federal appeals court click novel has more detail board almost like give surgeries and procedures during the corona virus pandemic to free up personal protective equipment for doctors fighting the virus the fifth US circuit court of appeals threw out a lower court opinion that it blocked the ban mark Wright lander with the Texas attorney general's office applauds the decision governor Abbott's order ensures that hospital beds remain available for coronavirus patience and personal protective equipment reaches the hardworking medical professionals who need it the most opponents called the ban unconstitutional but according to the ruling emergency measures can cut back constitutional rights as long as the related to the public health crisis

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"court public opinion" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"court public opinion" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"All I'm doing I get my copy got is if you don't need more customers okay company right doesn't more customers everything I'm saying is relevant but for every company every employee of any company that needs more customers what I'm saying is important but all right so even if I'm trying to sell more books with the name Tom Thomas Donahoe on the Martin Wright racked I would have a landing page for the book both for the books website for your personal website I would I would think that you were actually correct so yes no I'm just holding you back to you I'm not a correct so if you're asking if I drive from drinking I don't call it the answer is yes then I heard you correctly is what you meant to you heard it correctly it'll be okay the I can tell you why please go ahead I I was a marketing that your main website if your company I don't care if it's a school of beauty company a saas platform to get your manufacturing and in art gizzard arbitrage company I like that's how I know I can see I'm recalling I'm renaming my company that is good GAC gets a garbage truck corporation I love it so your marketing website your main website it's got a ton of jobs you know talk to current customers employees it's got to talk to some companies and public institutions and other industries it's kind of hard to the court public opinion and the press is going to talk to shareholders your main marketing websites got twenty different jobs one of those jobs is when someone wants to you know learn about your product or buy something or become an inquiry and and ask a question yes your marketing website should do a good job in saying Hey here's a phone number here is a request for information here's a way to get in contact but it's one of the many jobs it has which means it's kind of crappy everything it's okay everything is kind of crappy everything in landing page or microsite a landing page in the twenty first century has one job that job is to convert visitors into customers and again this is why companies like Amazon are not are so successful their success for a lot of reasons but one of them is a turn visitors into customers really really well and your homepage isn't that good at that and even if you think it's okay I guarantee you that you could do twenty thirty fifteen percent better and when you're spending real dollars in advertising those double digits are really really important because those are real dollars so that's the number three thing all right you know what I think we failed to do here Tom is even define the word so when I think of a landing page the thing that comes to mind to me is event block whatever thing gets it right widget desert and you scroll for ever and there's thirty five different opportunities to buy and opted out and then there's another section on why I should do it and then there's a testimonial in another section and another chance to buy it it goes on it just like this question Tom it goes on for I have her a good example to find it please do tell me what is the good quality best practices landing page got to give it the three second test yes in three seconds you ask your husband your wife your boyfriend your girlfriend your kids your mom Hey here is a website within three seconds what do you do if they don't say make a phone call click to put something into a shopping cart or find something I find interesting to ask a question about through email or a request for information for if they don't do a thing or don't identify a sing to do that landing page is not good the question it's almost like I do this for a living isn't it time you're working on your second gold star all out and I'm proud thank you Daddy numero quattro we're gonna bring it home the first thing is the longest thing and it might sound scary to an entrepreneur sole proprietor CEO especially if that's you know he or she does not have a large marketing team whose job it is to be awesome at digital advertising but I promise I promise it's easy it's not as easy isn't that my Himalayan cat could do it but it's pretty easy and it is called custom audience targeting in Facebook and what that means it would be the business and marketing equivalent of shooting very dumb ducks in a very small barrel but in terms of like the marketing sense it is as follows if you have a database of prior customers current customers war in the non E. com world what we call leads so called high value be to see a lot of people call those people to that's fair okay people in your database if you have a database you upload just think email address just the emails nothing else into Facebook through very very secure again I have to say that yeah so funny man I know I was told on the line with the godfather of really well how secure is it my contention is I'm gonna be advertised at just advertise that be better that's my two cents anyway so what you'll do is an advertiser is you upload your data base your leader lead database our customer database just email addresses into Facebook's and because Facebook knows your email and maybe a few other things it will target the individuals in your database current customers up people or customers but no longer buying stuff really good customers you want to be better customers leave that never turn into customers everybody and you can target those actual humans in Facebook and Instagram other platforms count this as well big display networks have this to an extent linked in houses but Facebook in particular what will call cats which stands for custom audience targeting is the fourth thing but again it's pretty darn cheap really really really simple and it represents some of the best our ally in the entire world of marketing again that might be the most advanced one key thing that I'll mention but I promise I've been doing it I don't know much about much but from a digital advertising standpoint I've done this for twenty years I know more than most it's not that hard and agencies and people like myself would love you to believe it's rocket surgery but it really isn't the only some things and this is one the best things out there Tom great information we need to take a break we'll be right back to continue this in just a second thanks a lot for being with us Skechers present football legend Tony Romo for Skechers left a guy who likes to take it easy that's where we're slip ons from Skechers touched right there's no laces so I.

"court public opinion" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"court public opinion" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Manufacturing and in our user to arbitrage company I like that's how I know I can't see I'm recalling I'm reading my company that is good GAC gets a garbage truck corporation I love it so your marketing website your main website it's got a ton of jobs you're talk to current customers employees it's got to talk to some companies and public institutions and other industries it's kind of hard to the court public opinion and the press is going to talk to shareholders your main marketing websites got twenty different shops one of those jobs is when someone wants to you know learn about your product or buy something or become an inquiry and and ask a question yes your marketing website should do a good job in saying Hey here's the phone number here is a request for information here's a way to get in contact but it's one of the many jobs it has which means it's kind of crappy everything it's okay everything is kind of crappy everything in landing page for Microsoft a landing page in the twenty first century has one job that job is to convert visitors into customers and again this is why companies like Amazon are not are so successful their success for a lot of reasons but one of them is they turn visitors into customers really really well and your homepage isn't that good at that and even if you think it's okay I guarantee you that you could do twenty thirty fifteen percent better and when you're spending real dollars in advertising those double digits are really really important because those are real dollars so that's the number three thing all right you know what I think we failed to do here Tom is even define the word so when I think of landing page the thing that comes to mind to me is event book whatever thing gets it right widget desert and you scroll for ever and there's thirty five different opportunities to buy and opted out and then there's another section on why I should do it and then there's a testimonial in another section and another chance to buy it it goes on it just like this question time it goes on for I have her a good example to find it please do tell me what are the good quality best practices landing page got to give it the three second test yes in three seconds you ask your husband your wife your boyfriend your girlfriend your kids your mom Hey here is a website within three seconds what do you do if they don't say make a phone call click to put something into a shopping cart or find something I find interesting to ask a question about through email or a request for information for if they don't do a thing or don't identify us saying to do that landing page is not good the question it's almost like I do this for a living isn't it time you're working on your second gold star all out and I'm proud thank you Daddy numero quattro we're gonna bring it home the first thing is the longest thing and it might sound scary to an entrepreneur sole proprietor CEO especially if that you know he or she does not have a large marketing team whose job it is to be awesome at digital advertising but I promise I promise it's easy it's not as easy as that my Himalayan cat could do it but it's pretty easy and it is called custom audience targeting in Facebook and what that means it would be the business and marketing equivalent of shooting very dumb docs in a very small barrel but in terms of like the marketing sense it is as follows if you have a database of prior customers current customers or in the non AECOM world what we call leads so called high value be to see a lot of people call those people to that's fair okay people in your database if you have a database you upload just email address just the emails nothing else into Facebook through very very secure again I have to say that yeah so funny man I know I was told on the line with the godfather of really well how secure is it my contention is I'm gonna be advertised at just advertise that be better that's my two cents anyway so what you'll do is an advertiser is you upload your database your leader lead database our customer database just email addresses into Facebook and because Facebook knows your email and maybe a few other things it will target the individuals in your database current customers of people to work customers but no longer buying stuff really good customers you want to be better customers leave that never turn into customers everybody and you can target those actual humans in Facebook and Instagram other platforms how this is well big display networks have this to an extent linked in houses but Facebook in what will contact which stands for custom audience targeting is the fourth thing but again it's pretty darn cheap really really really simple and it represents some of the best our ally in the entire world of marketing again that might be the most advanced one key thing that I'll mention but I promise I've been doing it I don't know much about much but from a digital advertising standpoint I've done this for twenty years I know more than most it's not that hard and agencies and people like myself would love you to believe it's rocket surgery but there really isn't the only some things and this is one of the best things out there Tom great information we need to take a break we'll be right back to continue this in just a second thanks a lot for.

"court public opinion" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:20 min | 2 years ago

"court public opinion" Discussed on KQED Radio

"See in terms of the possibility I'm thinking about Steve Bannon former White House strategist who said the there's a real possibility the Democrats can lose the house majority at Monmouth Pell for example show the things are starting to swing against them in some degree to some degree and see Bennett was opining that they'll lose the White House again in the lose the house well that would be Steve batons opinion but I would also say that if president trump is re elected that automatically would mean that the pressure would be on the Democrats in their effort to keep control of the house if the president is being re elected that should mean good news for Republican candidates up and down the ballot certainly in the Senate certainly in the house of representatives yeah until I know you want any of the Democrats have a tough time with their messaging don't they in the big time particular on a piece and I think you know right before you know I came over here saw that represent of Ruda in Orange County and this is a prime example somebody's in a tough spot for he he came out and said he's gonna be for impeachment rather than center he's representing a district that has been voting for Republicans since the fifties and so you know how do you try to balance voters people like me who were maybe Mitt Romney voters or Republican voters that don't like trump that flips in twenty eighteen who live in Orange County and voted for for a version of Rita they probably don't want somebody that goes to Washington is just anti Republican agenda anti Republican gender problem peach meant so he's got to walk a fine line and and I've been on the other hand I think he's stuck with his democratic caucus where you know you really start to lose support of your democratic donor base and grassroots base if you don't vote for impeachment so I think the democratic voters democratic reps in those districts are in a tough spot though I do have to say I think that the ban in call to that the house would actually flip back as it stands today seems to me to be a little bit of a stretch I think the most likely outcome is the Republicans pick up back up seats I mean their districts like route as in Orange County but also Oklahoma City Charleston places that are very Democrat unfriendly where they picked up since last time because of trump's unpopularity that they're probably likely to give back we're gonna have to leave it there are loop thank both of our guests for their expert analysis to Miller appreciate his being with us Ron Elving appreciate your being with us thank you so much to both of you thank you last Friday P. Jeannie announced it had reached a thirteen point five billion dollars settlement agreement with wild fire victims the deal would resolve claims made against utility by victims of the twenty seventeen North Bay wildfires last year's campfire another recent blazes it also marks a turning point in P. genies efforts to emerge from bankruptcy protection P. Jeannie has until June thirtieth next year to tap into a wild fire insurance fund established by lawmakers to help utilities pay for future wildfire claims joining me now is KQED politics and government correspondent resa Lagos welcome to the program thanks for having me Mike always good to be with you and let's talk first about the settlement itself who's eligible and how they gonna pay it yeah so we're talking about thousands of wild fire victims and actually the Goshen fire in Oakland from three years ago was also part of the settlement some past fires as well essentially will happen is if the governor signs off and the bankruptcy judge signs off in the coming days there will be a sixty day period for wild fire survivors to file an additional claims they actually have to file a claim by December thirty first with the bankruptcy court but then they actually get to vote on this fine and so they'll have really the last decision making power over whether to accept this proposal and if they do I think you're right that this will be be Ginny will be well on its way out of bankruptcy we can talk more about the victims and so forth but who's getting rich off of this who's making money of this Monday sixteen percent stock when P. Jeannie went up and that was the most in two months that's right I mean this is a fluctuated wildly over this year and as you know fluctuation on Wall Street means an opportunity to make money so people who have been trading on the stock have definitely been making money interestingly the settlement is actually offered us half cash how stocks the victims would actually own twenty percent of the company if this goes through on but this is also a big win for a group of shareholders that have really been struggling along with Eugenie management to maintain control PGA any when exits bankruptcy they've been fighting with bond holders who also obviously are are part of the P. Ginny kinda infrastructure and they you know we've seen a lot of money being made on the stock market and also through the legal fees of this bankruptcy so it's it's happening and actually the big story coming out next week that'll kind of detail some of these are some of the ways people are making money on Wall Street so other than gubernatorial disapproval what could settle on several I should say the settlement here we could to stop it I mean if victims are not happy with it but I could certainly ends the settlement and and really so big problems for PGA any as I said they do get a vote but I think that you know this is the biggest piece of this bankruptcy and previously there was a lot of concern over the fact that insurance companies that also reached settlements with P. Jeannie there is a concern that that eleven billion dollars settlement would kinda undercut the victims I think what we're seeing here since this number is bigger is a pretty good likelihood that it goes forward what about the likelihood of privatization our municipal is ation governor Newsome talk about actually taking over P. Jeannie Sam Accardo mayor San Jose is talked about going on a private path toward public utility this assignment really having a bunch of back on that if you see it I do think that this if again if everybody at the table sort of agrees to the frame work here it really undercuts the argument of people like Meryl Accardo who would like to see is there a customer on co op or even San Francisco who wanted to buy P. genies infrastructure no there's a lot of problems with the idea of allowing more urban places that are quite frankly bigger customer base and easier to serve because they don't have the same wildfire liability sort of issues to separate from the rest of the grid and so I do think that this is going to make it a little harder for people who would like to see a drastic change in this company although to be fair we could still see them say broken up into a gas and Electric Company or even into smaller utilities but I think the idea of a public power is not going to be as attractive if you have wild fire victims lining up with all these other stakeholders you saw the LA times poll yeah I mean people are definitely not pleased with this company but I think that they also don't have there's no consensus among voters or even rate payers of what they would like to see happen and I think honestly making something public makes a lot of people nervous for a lot of reasons and FEMA's looking for about a four billion dollar payoff on all this and the yes is looking for money I mean there are a lot of places that are at least trying to some extent to take from the money this available to victims and the victims are upset about this yeah I mean I think that again it is it is not surprising the government entities are going to try to go after a private utility to get back what they feel that their own I think when you end up hitting a FEMA and office of emergency services against wild fire victims it becomes a little more complicated but the truth is that a lot of the details of where this thirteen point five billion goes are still going to be sort of left to a trustee that will be appointed to oversee the find and so we don't know if the government will be at all successful or if you know basically individual victims will really see the lion's share I would guess it would be the latter we're gonna have to wait and see but in the meantime they're talking about achieving confirmation organization planned in advance of the June twentieth twenty twenty deadline and they seem to be on track for that I think that if everything goes forward if the governor signs off if you know the judge signs off if the victim sign off they could actually observing Christy before Jim could you talk about the audit yeah so we saw this week an audit commissioned by the C. P. U. C. that essentially said that P. Ginny had taking a hundred and twenty three million dollars if they were suppose issues underground in power lines and use it for other priorities you know I think that this is really par for the course with this company and it raises bigger questions about the regulators and state oversight than even P. Ginny itself we know that they have always sort of moved around money we saw that with the San Bruno explosion and their problems with the gas lines I think the issue here is does this sort of add more fuel to the fire for critics of PGA any on to push war oversight to push the governor to exercise even more power over the utility the back to the victims which I promise we talk a little bit more about to find out who's eligible when they're talking about things like mental anguish I don't know how people prove the legitimacy that are there even gonna pay for funeral expenses can you prove the legitimacy of dying because of the wildfire in some cases as pretty ambiguous yeah I mean there's a lot of claims here I know one one man filed a claim for like something like a two hundred plus million dollar emerald he said he lost in the camp fire that will be up to the trustee that oversees this wildfire fun to sort of sort out the victims' attorneys will actually have some oversight of that trusty decisions so there's a lot of people involved and I think that there will be an effort to make sure that the money is spread around as evenly as possible and to the people that need it and the deadline for filing as well so the deadline for filing for a claim at all as at December thirty first and then in the new year will see a sixty day period where the victims who have filed for those claims we'll be able to essentially exercise their rights and vote on the settlement a little time left can you talk about all the effect is this going to have on the insurance industry you know we're seeing huge problems of the.

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"court public opinion" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

11:57 min | 2 years ago

"court public opinion" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Today today is a solemn and said very for the third time in a little over a century and a half the house Judiciary Committee voted articles of impeachment against the president for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress the house will act expeditious way thank you and that from the chairman of the house Judiciary Committee Jerry Nadler of New York you by the way was and member of Congress who and house Republicans impeach president Bill Clinton back in nineteen ninety eight nineteen ninety nine and now twenty years later house Democrats moving ahead with two articles of impeachment a very brief statement by the chair of the committee we also heard from the Republican members of the committee including legal marked and that that Kate so who's been very vocal defenders of the president all of our coverage by the way has been posted on our website at C. span dot org and is this process continues to unfold next week the floor debate in the house of representatives and a Senate trial if that happens likely in January of course that will be live on C. span two also the news today about a trade deal the president announcing that on Twitter which is the other major story that we're following the presence saying that we have agreed to a very large phase one deal with China they have agreed to many structural changes and massive purchases of agriculture products energy in manufacturing goods plus much more the twenty five percent terrace will remain with us with a seven and a half percent put on much of the remainder of the penalty terrace set for December fifteenth will not be charged because of the fact that we made the deal we will begin negotiations on the face to deal immediately rather than waiting until after the twenty twenty election this is an amazing deal for all thank you of course this phase one of the agreement with China and also following the house agreement on U. S. and CA U. S. Mexico Canada trade agreement has expected of ought on that next week the Senate taking it up in early January and then the president will be signing it so a lot of developments here in Washington right now we want to hear from you your reaction to the twenty three seventeen vote by the house Judiciary Committee moving ahead with two are Nichols an impeachment a session that lasted just over seven minutes this morning Stephanie in Grover North Carolina good morning yes good morning first of all I would just like to say that I love C. span is a great way for the American people to actually see what's going on with their own eyes so I appreciate that thank you the first point that I would like to make is that I am very tired of hearing people say we need to let the American people decide the vote because if we go back and actually look at what really happened the American people did vote for Hillary Clinton but there's only been a few times in the history of our presidency that the electoral college had went against the boat and the American people and have done what they wanted to do and that's what happened but besides that this call was not perfect and besides that if the president says that he did nothing wrong and all this other stuff why does he want to show his face why does he have all these people coming out here doing his dirty work for him and I cannot believe that the Republican Party is actually still going out and friend these cameras and the standing of man who was caught stealing money that was donated for foundations to needy people it's from Donald Trump is so smart and so successful why does he need to steal donations that were meant for other people not only that he goes on Twitter bashing people I'm a minute Mulvaney went out on to the White House lawn and say and you know what this stuff happens all the time get over it okay well we don't need any paperwork that we can read to see what Donald Trump say at his White House press secretary went out there and told us exactly what happened thanks for the call move on to Shannon in Youngstown Ohio your reaction to the developments of the last twenty four hours yeah I believe this is a total sham everything I'm not even a Democrat from not Republic here how was Democrat all the way up until the second lesson for Obama in our realized in exactly what the Democrats are doing a doing nothing but trying to take your right to take away your votes the American people voted for trump there is there is no clues and there is no I mean articles that they chose are defined by opinions based on opinions of people's conversations that they heard people currently stating about other conversations there is no evidence of anything that they're trying to charge from with thanks for the call Greg is the next Republican line Savannah Georgia good morning hi good morning I am done a Republican for actually my whole life but I am ashamed to be a Republican today I saying that we have a look a gentleman in the White House who is not qualified or to be president of the United States out of the home miles he had met his wrongs does and asked for help from foreign countries in his own words can you help him for political gain he is a very undignified person he does not what operate as a presidential person I feel that we have destroyed our reputation in the world he is a great idea please that's my question should he be in a I think you should be impeached contact and his words and his actions he is his worst enemy he and that's his own fault and his he should be impeached and taken out of pocket great thanks for the call go to Kevin in San Jose California good morning Kevin we sure can you're on the air go ahead yes well I've been listening to a hearing from day one and it's just and saying how all the way out there and just look at what is in the whole world because you hear your name engine one point one just a little ways the public opinion trial certainly right quick so his argument was that no one ever said they call me they are known as a quid pro quo that also broke hello everyone the gold from the Clinton raised murder robbery no sorry well it is not what I want to thank god we'll leave their Kevin thanks a lot of print is next in the Lima Ohio Republican line yes how you doing how much of this have you been watching over the last couple of days Auburn Walton his sick to my stomach with this so you know you talk about somebody need to be a team I think any every Democrat need to be impeached you ever heard of Bradley amendment I mean is that the whole country up you know the thing is with the whole family this man Donald Trump is couldn't family together put them to work what more do you want in your in your time to stop that you know I did I just can't believe how the Democrats are trying to stop improvement you know and I'm sick to my stomach with the I am totally sick to my stomach pro Donald Trump minimum will ever be pro Donald Trump okay thanks for the call will go to a Robert next Columbus Ohio independent line good morning Robert same question to you how much of this have you been watching over the last couple of days then what users since two thousand sixteen I just watch the today show and it come out twenty three seventeen I think both parties itself wrong Donald Trump withheld evidence when he could turn around and look Democrats absolute what this would disappears never thanks don't close it works should and handed them over if you didn't have anything to hide and the other thing was with on CNN news on the statehouse already come out said that he thinks the time China should it turn around investigate Biden I think that was wrong I think he's the worst enemy of himself Robert thanks for the call he will go to or next in Chattanooga Tennessee Democrats line by the way in case you missed it this session that lasted just about seven minutes will show to you in just a moment go ahead or in eighty five good to actually on its awesome first off on an actual registered Democrat on the opening in Tennessee I know you guys have your related like screen these calls but on each vehicle is ridiculous apologies for them I just want to say I think it's great how Republicans are actually starting to care about minority voters it's a shame that it took them becoming one of the government before it actually matter side there is one thing that frustrates me I keep hearing about how the Democrats do this that Democrats run quotes but no one seems to think that he's a representative of the people these were voted and when you see one Democrat because going by millions of Americans I just blows my mind thanks a hell of a Jeremy X. in Tallahassee Florida good morning hello hi Jeremy so I'm just been watching this whole thing and it's insane how ignorant some people are with some of the comments that they're calling in saying mainly going out their feelings and their emotions more than logic and reason there's no reasons why Donald Trump is doing the things that he's doing like withholding witnesses are people from testifying in Congress because there's three co equal branch of the government where if there's a issue between two their branches the third branch is supposed to step in and resolve the issue that's what the constitution says that's how the country was created and the Democrats are just so playing so so much shadow games that they have the entire country confused on what is even happening I mean obviously it's not a good thing to have the president soliciting for help for elections but there's no evidence that proves that that's what he did he withheld eight yes that's a fact Yasser investigations nobody yes that's the fact there's no evidence or anything that says you didn't specifically two one two equals four or whatever they are going on these days Jeremy thank you I leave it there a lot of people in a way and we're trying to get as many calls and comments as we can also he **** who is White House correspondent for CBS news retweeting a statement from the White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham this is a desperate charade of an impeachment inquiry in the house Judiciary Committee has reached it's shameful and the president looks forward to receiving in the Senate the fair treatment and due process would which continues to be disgracefully denied to him in by the house that from press secretary in communications director I think Christian heat in Fisherville Virginia independent line good morning yes yes thank you.

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"court public opinion" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

09:15 min | 2 years ago

"court public opinion" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Hey welcome back this is the Ben Shapiro so we're joined on set by Nikki Haley my spirit animal former ambassador to the United Nations her brand new book is with all due respect thank you thanks much for stopping by really appreciate it's always fun to be here and you're set is also is so much better than it was even last time you were here we are in a basement so when it let me start by asking you about the impeachment buckle that is going on currently obviously Democrats brought forward yesterday a couple of impeachment charges neither of which actually constitute crimes so what do you make of the Democrats impeachment effort you know I actually think that their goal and this is not to it's not that they think they can defeat the president I think it's the fact that they're going after those vulnerable Senate seats I think this is just putting those senators in a spot that they want to see if they can win those states because they literally no the Senate's not going to impeach him this is meant to be nothing but a distraction and they're using it to waste time and they're using it to win congressional seats as opposed to the president's may it's funny because I don't see the polls moving in their direction seems like a pretty stagnant not a lot of mines are being changed on all of this which is why the moving so fast it seems to me that they were they thought they were gonna get more support for this moral grounds while and then it seems to the petered out just because they don't have the goods you know how you know took press conferences today one is for impeachment Nancy Pelosi standing there with just a handful of Democrats the other one U. S. M. C. A. and it's packed I mean if that doesn't tell you more of a stark difference of where even the Democrats are I mean there's just not a lot of passion for it okay so I want to switch topics and talk about the controversy of the week that in golf you on Twitter considers the stupidest place on earth a place to dump can be dumped upon and and Twitter decide to go after you mainly was media matters are good friends over media matters to make a living out of taking donations from people so they can spend their lives in basements cutting people out of context they they took a clip of you from Glenn Beck show in which you were talking about the way that people in South Carolina view the Confederate flag and they suggested that you have no historical knowledge of the Confederate flag that you don't understand the Confederate flag has a history steeped in racism so I want to give you the opportunity to talk a bit about that because you made a statement first you took the flag off the the grounds at the capitol in South Carolina was very controversial at the time in twenty fifteen and made a statement at the time in which you explicit we talked about the dual visions of the flag that are held by many African Americans correctly and by a lot of white southerners also not incorrectly well yeah I mean this is the thing look I have always spoken hard truths so if you don't want to hear it don't listen to me and the truth is that when those killings happened in Charleston it was a terrible time but there was an opportunity to unify our state the flag had been a point of debate for a long time a part of the state looked at it and and felt pain and sought for slavery and all the things that they felt that they thought the Confederate flag stood for another part of the state side and didn't think of slavery they saw it as heritage and sacrifice that's two viewpoints that happened my job as governor was not to judge either side of them my job was how one move the state to make it better and so if I'd gone and said to the side that sort as heritage and and sacrifice if I'd gone to them and said you're terrible people your evil you can't do this that's why I would never have come down the way that the flag came down was respecting both views not taking a side but saying no one can drive by the state house and feel pain that's not what we want and so we needed to bring the flag down and put in a museum the fact that now all the liberals are saying she's walked back she changes different I'm saying the same thing I said the day I asked for that flight to come down and anyone that wants to move the ball in our country or move the ball in a state you don't put down and condemn people who think differently than you you bring them together IGN knowledge their thoughts and then move the ball to get to a solution that's what we did that's how we called for the flight to come down that's how we move the flag and so to have this massive Twitter base now say how dare you how dare you want I know a lot of people that respected that flag somewhere my friends they were evil it's just their opinion of what they saw the situation is being and so we'll give you don't want to hear the truth that's fine but anybody from South Carolina I can tell you there were two viewpoints anybody from South Carolina can tell you is controversial for a long time and anybody from South Carolina would tell you that getting two thirds vote and getting that flag down was an act of god and we were blessed that the people of South Carolina stepped up and allow that action to happen I mean it felt like such manipulated especially given the fact that their bevy of democratic politicians over the years has said the exact same thing ranging from Joe Biden to Howard Dean famously said that you want to be the candidate for people that Confederate flag on the back of the truck I mean it's it shows how bad the political correctness has gotten I mean look when you can't tell the truth about a situation and and I think the other part was to see how quick people were to judge like how far has the country fallen when it so divided that you're just waiting to hit someone wouldn't you rather hear the truth what you want to have the debate in a way that's real and I think we've just gotten so far away from that it's not gonna stop me from speaking the truth it's not going to stop me from telling people the way I see situations and that's why we were able to get things done one of one of the things that that I've observed is that you know you were when you left the ambassadorship by pulling data the most popular politician in the country across both sides of the aisle and it seems to me that now it seems like the media trying to back pedal and and back fill that and try to try to stop that retroactively with hits like this their bevy of editorials on this again if you watch the original comments in context you're not saying anything different now than you were saying I'm going back show and this prompted spasms of apoplexy from from the left it says to me that they're kind of afraid of you as possible future handed it well I mean look they can move back and say whatever they want I'm going to continue to say what I think and I'm going to continue to do what I think is right and I think that you know this transcends so what I did on the Confederate flag that was one thing but when you're in public policy you have to deal with opposing views when we had to deal with North Korea I had to negotiate with China now China obviously I I didn't agree with but I had to respect where they were coming from I do respect for Russia was coming from I had to pull those fused together to get those sanctions down on North Korea this is a way of life if you want to move the ball in policy whatsoever at the state level the federal level the international level you have to be able to hear sides that are different than yours and you have to be able to respect those sides enough to move the ball and what I fear is that the liberal media as well as the liberal voting population now just wants to demonized people you're not gonna get anywhere by demonizing no candidate that runs for anything is ever going to move the ball by demonizing people and I think the general public is smarter than that and I think they see it for what it is John ask you about foreign policies always as your specialty when your ambassador right now we're seeing this vast obey break out and seems almost bi partisan between a more isolationist view of foreign policy and more interventionist view of foreign policy you see people on both right and left sort of realigning and taking stock you see some people on the right claiming that the United States should be on the other side of the Russia Ukraine conflict you see people on the left saying the same thing you'll see people saying that we should be more confrontational on on the left with China at the same time you see that on the right how do you think that realignment is taking place what do you think the American people should come down on this because it's always too murky area I think you have to take it situation by situation you don't want to treat one the you know every country exactly the same and I think you have to look at where your vision and your goal is you know when you look at China China is our number one threat we know that from the standpoint of their strengthening their military which is a national security risk to us they are investing all over the world but they're running up the debt so much these countries can't pay it back now look at it and see that they're gonna go say why want your pork or I want to put a military installation or want that utility then you look at that map and it'll send a chill up your spine the fact that they have a million plus weaker are Muslims in concentration camps making them change their name change their religion change the way they think or that president she started a committee that said any company that does business in China has to cooperate with the military the Chinese military so think of our tech companies they get the data they have on us and all of your listeners and now think that the Chinese military will have access to that so when you look at that doesn't mean we shouldn't trade with China doesn't mean we stop talking to China it means we let them know we're on to them and we're not gonna let them get away with anything you know when you look at other hot spots you know like if you look at Venezuela anytime there's human rights Hong Kong any time there's people fighting for freedom anytime there's people fighting for right flank we had we should always stand with them what does that mean used the power of our voice because it goes far China hated being called out on Hong Kong the fact that we just passed that legislation on Hong Kong standings with their people that moves the.

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"court public opinion" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

11:31 min | 2 years ago

"court public opinion" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Hey welcome back this is the Ben Shapiro so we're joined on set by Nikki Haley my spirit animal former ambassador to the United Nations for brand new book is with all due respect thank you thanks much for stopping by really appreciate it's always fun to be here and you're set as awesome is so much better than it was even last time you were here we are in a basement so when it let me start by asking you about the impeachment of uncle that is going on currently obviously Democrats brought forward yesterday a couple of impeachment charges neither of which actually constitute crimes so what do you make of the Democrats impeachment effort you know I actually think that their goal and this is not to it's not that they think they can defeat the president I think it's the fact that they're going after those vulnerable Senate seats I think this is just putting those senators in a spot that they want to see if they can win those states because they literally no the Senate's not going to impeach him this is meant to be nothing but a distraction and they're using it to waste time and they're using it to win congressional seats as opposed to the president's may it's funny because I don't see the polls moving in their direction it seems like a pretty stagnant not a lot of mines are being changed on all of this which is why they're moving so fast it seems to me that they were they thought they were gonna get more support for this moral grounds while and then it seems to have petered out just because they don't have the goods you know how you know took press conferences today one is for impeachment Nancy Pelosi standing there with just a handful of Democrats the other one U. S. M. C. A. and it's packed I mean if that doesn't tell you more of a stark difference of where even the Democrats are I mean there's just not a lot of passion for it okay so I want to switch topics and talk about the controversy of the week that in golf you on Twitter considers the stupidest place on earth a place to dump can be dumped upon and and Twitter decide to go after you mainly was media matters are good friends over media matters to make a living out of taking donations from people so that they can spend their lives in basements cutting people out of context and they they took a clip of you from Glenn Beck show a in which you were talking about the way that people in South Carolina view the Confederate flag and they suggested that you have no historical knowledge of the Confederate flag that you don't understand the Confederate like has a history steeped in racism so I want to give you the opportunity to talk a bit about that because you made a statement first you took the flag off the state grounds at the capitol in South Carolina was very controversial at the time in twenty fifteen and made a statement at the time in which you explicit we talked about the dual visions of the flag that are held by many African Americans correctly and by a lot of white southerners also not incorrectly well yeah I mean this is the thing look I have always spoken hard truths so if you don't want to hear it don't listen to me and the truth is that when those killings happen in Charleston it was a terrible time but there was an opportunity to unify our state the flag had been a point of debate for a long time a part of the state looked at it and and felt pain and saw it for slavery and all the things that they felt that they thought the Confederate flag stood for another part of the state saw it and didn't think of slavery they saw it as heritage and sacrifice that's two viewpoints that happened my job as governor was not to judge either side of them my job was how I moved the state to make it better and so if I'd gone and said to the side that sort as heritage and and sacrifice if I'd gone to them and said you're terrible people your evil you can't do this that's why I would never have come down the way that the flag came down was respecting both views not taking a side but saying no one can drive by the state house and feel pain that's not what we want and so we needed to bring the flag down and put in a museum the fact that now all the liberals are saying she's walked back she changes different I'm saying the same thing I said the day I asked for that flag to come down and anyone that wants to move the ball in our country or move the ball in a state you don't put down and condemn people who think differently than you you bring them together IGN knowledge their thoughts and then move the ball to get to a solution that's what we did that's how we call for the flight to come down that's how we move the flag and so to have this massive toward our base now say how dare you how dare you want I know a lot of people that respected that flag somewhere my friends they were evil it's just their opinion of what they saw the situation is being and so we'll give you don't want to hear the truth that's fine but anybody from South Carolina I can tell you there were two viewpoints anybody from South Carolina can tell you it was controversial for a long time and anybody from South Carolina would tell you that getting two thirds vote and getting that flag down was an act of god and we were blessed that the people of South Carolina stepped up and allow that action happens there is still a judgment if you let it especially given the fact that their bevy of democratic politicians over the years has said the exact same thing ranging from Joe Biden to Howard Dean famously said that you want to be the candidate for people that a Confederate flag on the back of their truck minutes it shows how bad the political correctness is gotten I mean look when you can't tell the truth about a situation and and I think the other part was to see how quick people were to judge like how far has the country fallen when it so divided that you're just waiting to hit someone wouldn't you rather hear the truth what you want to have the debate in a way that's real and I think we've just gotten so far away from that it's not going to stop me from speaking the truth it's not going to stop me from telling people the way I see situations and that's why we were able to get things done phone one of one of the things that that I've observed is that you know you were when you left the ambassadorship by pulling data the most popular politician in the country across both sides of the aisle and it seems to me that now it seems like the media trying to back pedal and and back fill that and try to try to stop that retroactively with hits like this their bevy of editorials on this again if you watch the original comets in context you're not saying anything different now than you were saying I'm going back show and this prompted spasms of apoplexy from from the left it says to me that they're kind of afraid of you as a possible future candidates well I mean look they can move back and say whatever they want I'm going to continue to say what I think and I'm gonna continue to do what I think is right and I think that you know this transcends so what I did on the Confederate flag that was one thing but when you're in public policy you have to deal with opposing views when we had to deal with nor Korea I had to negotiate with China now China obviously I didn't agree with but I had to respect where they were coming from I do respect for Russia was coming from I had to pull those fused together to get those sanctions down on North Korea this is a way of life if you want to move the ball in policy whatsoever at the state level the federal level the international level you have to be able to hear sides that are different than yours and you have to be able to respect those sides enough to move the ball and what I fear is that the liberal media as well as the liberal voting population now just wants to demonized people you're not gonna get anywhere by demonizing no candidate that runs for anything is ever going to move the ball by demonizing people and I think the general public is smarter than that and I think they see it for what it is John ask you about foreign policies always as your specialty when your ambassador right now we're seeing this vast obey break out and seems almost bi partisan between a more isolationist your foreign policy and more interventionist view of foreign policy you see people on both right and left sort of realigning and taking stock you see some people on the right claiming that the United States should be on the other side of the Russia Ukraine conflict you see people on the left saying the same thing you'll see people saying that we should be more confrontational on on the left with China at the same time you see that on the right how do you think that realignment is taking place at what do you think the American people should come down on this because it's always too murky area I think you have to take it situation by situation you don't want to treat one the you know every country exactly the same and I think you have to look at where your vision and your goal is you know when you look at China China is our number one threat we know that from the standpoint of their strengthening their military which is a national security risk to us they are investing all over the world but they're running up the debt so much these countries can't pay it back now look at it and see that they're gonna go say what I want your pork or I want to put a military installation or want that utility then you look get that map and it'll send a chill up your spine the fact that they have a million plus Uighurs are Muslims and concentration camps making them change their name change their religion change the way they think or that president she started a committee that said any company that does business in China has to cooperate with the military the Chinese military so think of our tech companies they get the data they have on us and all of your listeners and now think that the Chinese military will have access to that so when you look at that doesn't mean we shouldn't trade with China does that mean we stop talking to China it means we let them know we're on to them and we're not gonna let them get away with anything you know when you look at other hot spots you know like if you look at Venezuela anytime there's human rights Hong Kong anytime there's people fighting for freedom anytime there's people fighting for right flank we had we should always stand with them what does that mean used the power of our voice because it goes far China hated being called out on Hong Kong the fact that we just passed that legislation on Hong Kong standings with their people that moves the ball quite a bit I don't think we need to go start wars and I don't think we need to be in there to do that but just like with the Syrian situation I do think having military on the ground for Intel purposes goes a really long way and so we don't need to have hundreds of thousands of people anywhere but you know when the president was saying he didn't want and less wars none of us want and less wars but what we do want to know is we know what's on the ground there so that it doesn't happen here and so what the suit situation with Syria we needed to have the backs of the cards they were friends they showed a lot of blood for us does that mean we need to have hundreds of thousands of troops no but that Intel if that Intel would have been on the ground our military would have been there we would have got now Baghdadi we wouldn't have been able to find out those things so there's a way to be involved without having massive numbers there there's a way to be involved from a military or a leverage standpoint that allows countries to stand back and not be so quick to act and so I think it depends on the situation I depends on where we are well if you want more of that if you're interested what ambassador Hayley has saying you should be in your listening to right now check out her brand new book with all due respect defending America with grit and rage release referred Buck investor had thanks much for time always fun to be here today to see if taking a look at K. as of traffic sponsored by shin eun performing arts landscaping work still going on in the Santa Cruz mountains north on seventeen between alma college road and bear creek road in the right lane a pickup truck still stuck on its roof in.

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Trucking Scores a Win in Rhode Island Tolls Case

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Trucking Scores a Win in Rhode Island Tolls Case

"An appeals court has determined that the trucking industry's lawsuit against Rhode island's truck only tolling system is valid and can proceed in federal court U. S. court of appeals for the first circuit ruling in this past week that the lawsuit is not barred by the tax in junction act which were struck so restrict rather the power of federal district courts to prevent the collection or enforcement of state taxes now listen to this the appeals court opinion states charges fairly described as tolls are not taxes under the tax in junction act because the core it maintained the tolls are not a tax they are therefore not immune to a federal court challenge the trucks only telling system is part of governor Gina Raymondo is are road works program which is projected to generate four point seven billion dollars to finance infrastructure projects in the state trucking industry leaders who ardently opposed the truck only tolls hail the appeals court decision as a

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Supreme Court eyes abortion challenges ahead of 2020

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

08:05 min | 2 years ago

Supreme Court eyes abortion challenges ahead of 2020

"Summer is definitely over the Supreme Court justices returned to work on Monday as the October twenty nineteen term officially begins and waiting for the justices will be several abortion cases that are getting harder for them to avoid joining me is Bloomberg Supreme Court reporter Greg store Greg cases involving challenges to laws in Louisiana and Indiana will be before the justices in Tuesday's private conference but neither of the cases directly challenges roe V. Wade or Planned Parenthood V. Casey so what's the concern the concern for abortion rights advocates is that the court could use these cases to start chipping away at at the the the core abortion right even if it doesn't directly consider whether to overturn rowing Casey both these two cases do raise questions about that big ruling from a few years ago where the Supreme Court said struck down texas' Lule requiring doctors to have hospital admitting privileges that was seen at the time as the biggest abortion rights ruling victory in a generation since then of course the course composition has changed and there's at least the potential that the court will start pushing back on that this term. so let's talk about that Louisiana case which seems to replicate the Texas case yeah it's very very similar in terms of what it does it requires doctors at the gonna perform abortions to have admitting privileges at a hospital nearby and abortion rights advocates say it's really hard to keep those privileges and the the effect of that would be that it closes a number of clinics around the state leaves a stay with only one open clinic Louisiana disputes that in a federal appeals court said essentially we agree with Louisiana about the impact of this law it's not nearly as great as what happened in that Texas case in there for we can distinguish it from what the Supreme Court said in Texas and up hold the law. the Supreme Court has has previously stop this law from going into effect chief justice John Roberts joined with the court's five liberals to do that back in February now the court's going to say whether it's going to take up the the appeal on the merits if they do really all bets are off in terms of which way the court I go what what position does that put the chief in a difficult position this is not you know he even when there are there are precedents he clearly does not like his preference is to move slowly it's pretty clear that on the abortion issue that in the last term the court did not have a whole lot of appetite for getting involved in and no doubt he played a big role in that it's going to be hard for him because he was at the center in that ruling from twenty sixteen that the taxes ruling he didn't agree with it then probably doesn't agree with it now but he understands the perception of win the court overturns a precedent it is it's very striking and as he put it as confirmation hearings that that decade they have a goal go with a jolt to the system and the perception would be that the court is rolling back abortion rights not because they the earlier decision was necessarily wrong but because they're different members on the Supreme Court we now have to trump appointees and those trump appointees almost certainly would make the difference if that's the direction the court went tell us about the Indiana case which raises similar issues yeah this is a law that says after away for one wants to have an abortion she has to wait for eighteen hours after she has an ultrasound now the state already had an ultrasound requirements it all already have an eighteen hour waiting period for other types of so called informed consent requirements but then the state decided to combine those things. if the you have to wait for eighteen hours after the ultrasound and the problem from the abortion rights standpoint is for a lot of one women that means they have to drive hundreds of miles to a clinic a long way away and make two trips there or stay over night they are so it does make it significantly harder for some women to actually get an abortion and they say that makes all the difference in this case is that a federal appeals court struck down the law so if the court's going to take this one up the evidence is going to come from the other side it's going to be the conservative justices who say Hey we disagree with that lower court opinion we want to take it off the court right now has both these two cases the Louisiana hospital privileges case in the in Indiana weeding carry case before it and they're gonna have to decide are we taking just one of these cases we taking both of these cases or for our somehow we can avoid taking either of these cases and we we talk about the cheese being sort of the pivotal vote now but as far as taking the case they only need four votes so is it justice Cavanaugh who's the pivotal vote that's a good point he he may well be with especially when we're talking about that Indiana case where the lower court struck down the requirements and so yes it could be that the four conservative justices with justice Cavanaugh would vote to take up the case even though the chief doesn't Chief Justice doesn't want to take it up now that being said if you're the conservative looking at it realistically you you might only want to do that if you're pretty confident you're going you're going to get the chief justice's vote alternately when the court rules because then you're going to need that fifth vote but yes it is possible that that the four conservatives could agree to take it out without him necessarily without Roberts necessarily being part of that decision to justice Clarence Thomas has written about moving the abortion issue forward are the other. conservative justices as anxious to move it forward rapidly or are they in the mode of let's do it gradually. it's a bit of a continuing here justice Gorsuch is it seems to be largely with justice Thomas and having it you know a real desire to move quickly on this issue justice Cavanaugh in the last term there was one opinion he wrote when the court decided to to block that Louisiana hospital privileges law from taking effect he said he disagreed with that decision but then wrote a separate opinion saying why that step wasn't really that significant why will what he wanted the court to do by letting the if it had the court let the law take effect it would really have that big of an impact point being he's trying to say I'm not moving dramatically too I try to roll back abortion rights that sort of consistent with what we've seen from him in other areas of the law he may be like Roberts a bit of an incremental less when it comes to abortion right. one thing they can't avoid is that if they take these cases the decisions will come down in June most likely in the heat of the presidential campaign that's certainly not something that Roberts would once no and you know this is it this is a term that could be a very significant one they they have a couple other very high profile cases already they have the president trump's bid to eliminate the dock at the for deportation program they have cases involving whether federal job discrimination law covers sexual orientation and gender identity they're probably going to have a gun case that they that they act on and all these things could all happen at once and could very much but the Supreme Court front and center in the election campaign thanks so much Gregg as always for your insights that's Bloomberg news spring court reporter Greg

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"court public opinion" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"court public opinion" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Or employee of any company that needs more customers what I'm saying is important but all right so even if I'm trying to sell more books with the name Tom Thomas Donahoe on the run right rack I would have a landing page for the book both for the books website for your personal website I would I would think that you were actually correct so yes no I'm not holding you back to you I'm not a correct. so if you're asking if I drive from drinking my own call it the answer is yes and I heard you correctly is what you meant to you. LA whole be okay I can tell you why please go ahead I I was a marketing your main website if your company I don't care for the school a B. to B. company a south platform a kiss your manufacturing and in our gizzard arbitrage company I like that sound see I'm recall and I'm reading my company that is good GAC gives a garbage truck corporation I love it so. your marketing website your main website it's got a ton a jobs you know talk to current customers employees it's got to talk to some companies and public institutions and in other industries it's gonna talk to the court public opinion in the press it's gonna talk to shareholders your main marketing websites got twenty different jobs one of those jobs is when someone wants to you know learn about your product buy something or become an inquiry and and ask a question yes your marketing website should do a good job in saying Hey here's a phone number here is a request for information here's a way to get in contact but it's one of the many jobs it has which means it's kinda crappy everything it's okay everything is kind of crappy everything in landing page or Microsoft a landing page. in the twenty first century has one job that job is to convert to visitors into customers. and again this is why companies like Amazon are not are so successful their success for a lot of reasons but one of them is they turn visitors into customers really really well. and your homepage isn't that good at that. and even if you think it's okay I guarantee you that you could do twenty thirty you can fifteen percent better and when you're spending real dollars in advertising those double digits are really really important because those are real dollars so that's the number three thing all right you know what I think we failed to do here Tom is even define the word so when I think of a landing page. the thing that comes to mind to me is a vent talk whatever thing gets it right widget desert and you scroll for ever and there's thirty five different opportunities to buy an opt in and then there's another section on why I should do it and then there's a testimonial in another section and another chance to buy an idiot goes on it just like this question Tom it goes on. for I have her. a good example to find it please tell me what are the good quality best practices landing page got to give it the three second test yes in three seconds you ask your husband your wife your boyfriend your girlfriend your kids your mom Hey there is a website with in three seconds what do you do. if they don't say make a phone call click to put something to a shopping cart or find something I find interesting to ask a question about through email or a request for information for if they don't do a thing or don't identify a saying to do that landing page is not good. the question. it's almost like I do this for a living isn't it time. you're working on your second gold star all out and I'm proud. thank you Daddy. numero quattro we're gonna bring it home the fourth thing is the longest thing and it might sound scary to an entrepreneur sole proprietor CEO especially if that you know he or she does not have a large marketing team whose job it is to be awesome at digital advertising but I promise I promise it's easy it's not as easy as that my Himalayan cat could do it but it's pretty easy and it is called custom audience targeting. in Facebook. and what that means it would be the business and marketing equivalent of shooting very dumb ducks in a very small barrel but in terms of like the marketing sense it is as follows if you have a database of prior customers current customers or in the non AECOM world what we call leads so called high value be to see a lot of people call those people to. that's fair so okay people in your database if you have a database. you upload just think email address just the emails nothing else into Facebook thrown very very secure. again I have to say that. yeah. funny man I know. I was told on the line with the godfather of really well how secure is it my contention is. I'm gonna be advertised at just advertise that be better that's my two cents anyway so what you'll do is an advertiser is you upload your data base your leader lead database our customer database just think email addresses into Facebook and because Facebook knows your email and maybe a few other things it will target the individuals in your database current customers up people to work customers but no longer buying stuff really good customers you wanna be better customers leave that never current customers everybody and you can target those actual humans in Facebook and Instagram other platforms count this is well big display networks have this to an extent linkedin has the spot Facebook in particular. we'll call cats which stands for custom audience targeting. is the fourth thing but again it's pretty darn cheap. really really really simple. and it represents some of the best our ally in the entire world of marketing again that might be the most advanced wonky things that I'll mention but I promise I've been doing I don't know much about much but from a digital advertising standpoint I've done this for twenty years I know more than most it's not that hard and agencies and people like myself would love you to believe it's rocket surgery but there really isn't the only some things and this is one the best things out there. Tom great information we need to take a break we will be right back to continue this in just a second thanks a lot for.

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"court public opinion" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"court public opinion" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Right to hold outreach meetings on city property. This is law injustice with Jason. Pastor Richard Zona pure fellowship. Fellowships we have industrial zone next to our north campus. We got mission to use outreach put a ten on there or we're gonna use it for parking. But the owner said make you check it out with the city called the city talk to different people have turned us down flat for a permit even used out property through outreach. There is a federal statute called the religious land use Protection Act Rolpa is what it's an acronym. Is that protect exactly situation, the unequal enforcement of zoning laws that are used to squelch your religious services, the proclamation of the gospel that is a violation of the law. Let me tell you what I'd like to do here. I want to get all the information. We can't get you immediately right now in touch with some of a lawyer's, right? International headquarters in Virginia, you hang on the line. Let's get that worship service could take place in Phoenix, Arizona. Hang on the line. We'll get visit us at AC L J dot org. That's AC L J dot ORG. Culture issues society. This is law and Justice with Jay secular eight kill you pay for shark him where they they threaten schools threatened different organizations that anyone can -sidered maybe doing them for intimidation. Getting one of those schools that really realize that they're in payment aiding or doing really can't you really can't sue the ACLU. They have the right to bring cases in court where we've got to meet them. I've said this often on the broadcast. We've got to meet them in the courts of law and the courts public opinions and the courts of the hall of legislature. That's what.

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"court public opinion" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"court public opinion" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Hello guys at semi fighter kale. Senate. Check out my podcast. You're welcome with jail. Son at every Wednesday and Friday right here at podcast one. We cover the latest in mixed martial arts and everything else. Going on in the world of sport. Listen free to your welcome with jail, son and exclusively available at podcast one dot com and on the podcast one app. If you love the show share with a friend and leave us a rating and revealing. The always told will he was too short to play basketball. But will never listen. We'll let his work ethic. Do the talking for him. Always in the gym always running drills will knew where there was a will. There was a way and he wants will. But then after a second child was born he realized the pros were all way better than him. So we'll gave up and buried his high tops in a tearful ceremony. But one day he heard that Geico could save money on car insurance. So he switched and saved a bunch, which was awesome. A vigil impera. So I'm Tim Maguire the napi newsmen a French president Emmanuel Macron, vows Notre Dame cathedral will be rebuilt in fifteen years this evening. Hundreds of people walked in a procession toward the fire damage landmark singing hymns ahead of a vigil. Firefighters were able to say many of the prices artifacts inside Notre Dame. The Justice department will release redacted report from Russia special counsel, Robert Muller, Thursday morning. Maybe Zeke Miller reports President Trump's administration has plans to attack the credibility of the investigation. They're going to try to de-legitimize documentaries by by the special counsel from the factual basis that doesn't do anything to to do that. But in the court public opinion in the in the political battlefield where this will actually be fought eight Eight sort this of. sort of pitiful weapon that you'd expect to see the Trump team put forward House Democrats expected to continue their demands for the entire report and the evidence compiled by Muller, I'm Tim Maguire.

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"court public opinion" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"court public opinion" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"There's a process. This is one thing that I would fly off the page somebody somewhere had to verify this where the publisher was absolutely derelict in their duties. In fact, checking that that's the one thing I keep coming back to how could they possibly real publisher? Have left. This imprint if somebody didn't at least off the record confirm that this was true, darling told golick and wingo the other day that he got text messages from former teammates and support. I would say this in sort of the court public opinion, especially with Mets fans it's going to be important for Ron darling. That some of those people make their voices hurt as. It feels a little one-sided. Josh you've been weighing in on this whole thing. What's your take on? I run darling statement today heard from oil Cam boy. Yeah, I'm with you that the statement seems a little. It doesn't play. Well, but I still stand where I stood a couple days ago when the story first came out, it just seems like there are too many people on one side of this. And that one side is contradictory to what Ron darlings accounts are. So it my mind hasn't really been changed on the last forty eight hours or so now, I'll say it again when I did that he sixty on oil can Boyd he has such specific memories of racial taunts aimed at him when he was a kid at and, you know, someone who was a friend. He thought intil they were playing against each other in a ball field in and his friend reached second base and began to scream adamant and can't void is in adult is weeping as he's telling me the story, and he's weeping as he telling me other stories, and so as I said, I mean, he was the target of this and this happened, you would think that he would have some memory of it. And he basically saying he didn't know anything about this until this paragraph is written by Ron darling. All right, Keats wanna ask you. Of course, you and I were emailing back and forth. The other day after the Ronald Kuni junior contract went down one hundred million dollars is a whole lot of money, especially in the industry. Where would feels like when we talk about it. It's like monopoly money, and it's not it's a life changing amount of money..

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"court public opinion" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

11:04 min | 2 years ago

"court public opinion" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Journalist for more than three decades. And I have to say that I feel ashamed when I was listening to those clips that you were playing it made me feel ashamed. This is a terrible moment for us as journalists. Now that is Larry Logan one of the best investigative reporters in the business. Talking about the media almost all pushing the Russian collusion conclusion and deeply hurting the president's first two years and international political power. Should they pay the price or should Trump turned the tables on them warm just move on plus one of the media darlings, Michael avenue goes down in epic fashion or about to hell ever presser within this hour? I'll bring you the details number one a longtime. We're glad it's over. It's a one hundred percent the way it should have been. There are a lot of people out there that have done some very very evil things very bad things. I would say tree-sitters things against our country. We can never let this happen to another president. Again, Trump's starts fresh and shakes the Russian collusion delusion. How does his how does he best keep the momentum? Going and now dim switch from busting on bar and doubt busting on Barr. I should say and demanding the full Muller report. This is arrogance. Personified chilly hurt with us right now showing Fox News contributor column. Liz columnist for the Washington Times showing the president got it. It was in black and white this summer who's approved by Robert Mueller, this good friends William bar, did it with rod Rosenstein who started this whole thing looking over shoulder and signing off on it. What's the problem? I mean, it is as you point out a total total exoneration. And then and then, of course, the thing that annoys the daylights outta me as you have these people coming back saying, well, we don't know about obstruction of Justice. He it's not it's not conclusive about that. You know, my goodness. Since when are we judged guilty until proven innocent. That's not the way this works. It's never the way this works. And Moreover, I don't know how the president can be can be accused of obstructing Justice when what he was doing throughout was defending himself for the court public opinion in front and center percentage. Yeah. Exactly. And so so the notion of that or the other thing is, oh, well, you know, he fired Comey. The only problem with him firing Comey is he didn't do it. The first day got off he fired somebody that everybody said needed to be fired. And at the end of the day, he could have fired he had the actual authority to fire. Bob muller. It would have been a nuclear explosion politically. But he has the authority to do that. He never did that he left the investigate. He complained very loudly. But he let the investigation run its course. And and it's a good thing that he did a couple of years. He did not say for a year. He didn't say anything about Moore Mark seventy to begin to tweet about him. And he got John Dowd step aside and type Cobb left. Rudy came in and they changed tactics. So the prison may two things he made two mistakes number one in my humble opinion. If he came out and said, you guys to know what's going to Russia. There was one meeting at Trump Tower Denver mounted anything. And the other thing was I was talking about a Moscow tau since one thousand nine hundred ninety four two thousand three two thousand eight and now suddenly when I became a legitimate nominee a contender dominate the interest. But nothing happened with it. And I had to be smart about it. I knew there was a chance I was gonna lose everyone thought I was going to lose. I was going to pick up where I left off. If he had said that he was defend every breaking story would have been a bad day or two would have explained it further. You never runs from the press. I think would have gone out front rather than let the media find out. Go ahead and tell them. Yeah. You think I'm wrong. I I think you're right in that certainly would have been a the politics thing to do. But I think that the venom the toxic venom that that we have seen displayed in the media about this president is so it's just it's so nasty, and it's so. Oh, blinding that. No. I don't think that it necessarily would have the number of stories that we saw the thousands and thousands of stories we've seen written about this. And we're never going to see a single correction about. I I all I've ever wanted in my life is to write for newspapers I got into the newspaper business because I wanted to I love the idea of of using the power of of the of the newspaper to go after. Abuse of power by people in positions of authority. That's why I got into the newspaper business, and that that all that has gone out the window. What what the entire journalism the so-called mainstream journalism? Mantra now is to advance a political opinion advance a political thing, and they'll do, and it doesn't mean they don't seem to care whether they're telling the truth or not what matters is whether they are quote, unquote, right? And at the end of the day and no sensible person. No intelligent person thought anything. The entire time. But this was really kinda shaky stuff about a shaky accusations going on at the end of the day. The only thing that stands up is the fact that we had the previous administration at the highest levels of power using the most powerful espionage agency powers on earth to investigate political opponents at the height of a presidential campaign. And and I'm not saying that President Obama authorized or knew about it. But but people at very high levels did know about it at DOJ FBI, and how did that get started who is to blame that is the real that's the real crime here, and we need to get to the bottom of it. And the idea that one hundred percent of the people in this country who call themselves reporters or political journalists the. That they are not all completely consumed with that one question shows to to me how much they've abandoned their mission. The big question is how to see it end. Get the Watergate guys off their payroll because what are they going to do? Now, John dean, not interested in hearing from you. We already said this is worse than Watergate. We hear it every day from you. Try to live in the past in coal Bernstein is well listen to him. Explain the day after cut twenty-five the media. The press has done one of the great reporting jobs in history. Let's look at where the disinformation and mistakes and lying have come from hasn't. Come from the press is come from the president of the United States. Watergate. Look again, you had a you had an administration spying on political opponents during the presidential campaign. How is that not every bit as bad as Watergate, the Pentagon papers? The spy Jay anything that Hoover ever did the the spying on Martin Luther King by the FBI when when he was during civil rights movement. How is all of this not that exact the exact same sort of abuse of power? Why is Nick about it? Why isn't he curious about the other side because because they don't care anymore about the truth? They don't care anymore about trying to to hold people accountable for abuses of power all they care about is their political ideology, and they and pushing some political position I don't understand that. Well, if I don't get it either. And if you can't explain it. So we have George Papadopoulos and Carter page, the two names that started this whole thing quarterback has never been short. And if you see with how the puzzle. Pieces come together for Papadopoulos. He was never a major player. And if you and there's a belief out there, and I'm one of them. Now, I've been won over. If you release the Pfizer warrant, it will show an international flavor to the request, and it revolves around the people that were revolving around him, and for some reason, the British Australians begged, the president not to do it. And he didn't. But George is said he says if he doesn't do it. They're going to do it again in two thousand twenty that will get the president's attention because they're not scared away from ever doing it again. I hope it gets his attention. But but at the very least at the very least, we know that the original Pfizer requests were made based on fraudulent information that was put together by political opponents and gathered from sources in the Kremlin and all of it was done being pushed heartily by people at the top levels of of the FBI. And this is terrifying. Terrifying stein. How do you link all that two pawns minor player? In Trump's circles Carter page and Papadopoulos, you don't do it with Corey Lewandowski. Right, right. And also also don't forget that these same people. And this is why I think that there's been a very curious silence at the top levels of of Obama administration Obama administration. There are a lot of people that we we don't hear a lot from and in the midst of all of this. And I think the reason that we don't hear a lot from him is because I think that there are probably people who are very nervous that that that that some of the the truth may come out about what was motivating the stuff. And but let's not forget that the the case with Michael Flynn. This was a guy who was outed, and and and actually punished by being outed ahead is life destroyed his career destroyed all because and you know, and I'm not defending anything Michael Flynn did or didn't do. But all I'm saying is that that is evidence of a guy who was absolutely whose life was destroyed by the. The the same people who were abusing this power at the highest levels of the Obama. So he was including with Russia because Trump wasn't right? And he would he did his miss. Remember a conversation. He had with the Russian ambassador and when but forget that. Let's just remember that. That's we've got him in trouble. That's what kind of trouble. But but forget that. I mean, he, you know, he copped to a deal, whatever. And I don't know whether or not that's why I say, I'm not defending whether he remembered or misremembered, or whatever all I'm saying is that the problem there was that he was out. He was picked up on a legitimate wiretaps that should have been thrown out because he was an American citizen who got caught on wiretaps between him and a Russian official in the United States and not only was his Adenan revealed, but it was leaked to the press seventy eight. Yeah. And all of that is what led to him his life and his career being destroyed. Right. He can't get a job. Right. Yeah. And so and so again, forget whether you like the guy or not I or you think that he lied or misremembered or whatever I don't care about any of that the bottom line is he's an American citizen. We for for decades, we've had these huge debates in this country about to what degree are. We is. Our government allowed to spy on American citizens on American soil, and what rights do we have to be protected from that it goes back to the founding? We fought a revolutionary war over this sort of stuff and yet depress today just doesn't care about any of it. Why because they don't like Michael Flynn, and they don't like Donald Trump. All right. John Brennan gotta feel terrible right now when we come back Charlie hurt weighs in on. John brennan. The former CIA director who call the president a stew of Ladimir Putin, and basically a useful to Russia a somebody who's.

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"court public opinion" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"court public opinion" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Pretty sure so the video that we obtained it shows the acts that took place it shows it. Josh. David was right. Cops that are watching that stuff or evidence. They're not getting paid nearly enough. Now, it's got a twin. No one knew about Steve craft. Looks like him, but not man, and it's really responsible to bet on who the other person s. Oh, yeah. Well, that that's what schefters reporting. Well, usually that guy's not just going to go out with something. That's not somehow verified that he's hearing hearing. He's the second most famous person popped in the same ring, by the way. All right more on that a little bit later as far as jussie smollet. He also doubled down saying, it's not true. Yeah. I didn't put this whole hoax on. I don't know how you can really even say that tried to take that tack right now doesn't make sense to me because the the way that the superintendent of the Chicago police departments speaking yesterday, he seemed to be pretty sure of that. We'll all the evidence that they have and how it all went down. And even the video part of them scouting out the place a couple of days ahead of time. Text messages, all that stuff checks. But this was interesting because yesterday we were talking about different media reactions, right? And Don lemon had said, well, Jesse fault Z's already lost in the court public opinion. Shut. It was just. Ridiculous. So then the mayor of Chicago, rob, Emmanuel big O's, former right hand person. Yes. He's on lemon show. Yes. Talking about the Jesse smile at hoax. And I thought this is this is like a banner week for this show how so as far as I mean like yesterday, we're talking about Obama talking about the working masculinity and torquing and wrappers in agreement with that with that sentiment who was it earlier in the week as well that everybody kind of agreed without sharpens take Jesse smaller. Yeah. Because he was right about it. If jesse's Marlet created a hoax or took part in a hoax, then he needs to be punished accordingly for that agree. And now, I think everybody's about to agree with Rahm Emanuel. Wow. Okay. All right. I think the national media..

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"court public opinion" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"court public opinion" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Talk Dwight Mitchell from the local metro police department regarding the burned body found forty seconds. Today, and we've had quite a few of those in recent memory. There's I think last year we had a couple of boys that got burnt as part of a homicide or homicide. Cover-ups scraped kind of a disturbing new thing for criminals. So we'll we'll get the latest as to what's a part of that particular case in the LAPD cats still on the docket possibility here, obviously with the tax situation. Visit a dramatic video. I almost made video the day. But because no one was killed. There were use that for video the day. But to your point Willie there were apparently there was a robbery at a convenience store yesterday or the day before where the Robert tied up. The folks duct tape them up and then commenced to setting the the store employees on fire, but the storm had the wherewithal to free himself. It's actually pretty miraculous the way did it freedom self got the bring close off his hair was on fire head to put that out to Willy's point that does seem to be maybe the choice for some reason, you know, inflicting physical harm is enough. It's to have to now try to incinerate your victim, and that's problematic at best. Speaking of who's the victim. Jessie, smollet says he's innocent. He's still maintaining his innocence right now. But it was pretty indicting yesterday. When the Chicago police. Superintendent Eddie Johnson said he's not only upset with the smell. But really really question. Well, I'll let you hear what actor jussie smollet took advantage of the pain and anger of racism to promote his career. I'm left hanging. My head and asking why Johnson goes on to say he's angry with the the way smell planned the use of a noose on his neck. How could someone look at the hatred and suffering associated with that symbol and CNN opportunity to manipulate the symbol to further his own public profile? The smollet didn't think this through at all or thought it too far one or the other depending how you wanna watch TV or something may well to the. And I get this was it Nigerian or yes. The two brothers with you brothers are American. But yes. Julian connections. And he he wrote one of them a personal check for thirty five hundred dollars. It has Justice name on it. Well, they've got video of them buying the equipment that we have solved that in about five seconds. He allegedly staged his attack because he was dissatisfied with his salary. You've probably heard that. But just in case, you haven't just update you he now may lose everything FOX tries to figure out how to handle the situation. Twentieth Century, Fox television, entertainment said in a statement, we understand the seriousness of this matter, and we respect the legal process. We are evaluating the situation, and we are considering our options be while. He did go back to work after a hundred thousand dollars bond on the set of empire. When he got there. He told them I'm sorry. I've put you all through this and not answered any calls. I wanted to say I'm sorry. And you know, me I would never do this to any of you. You're my family. I swear to God. I did not do this. Wrote them a check with his name on it. Well. Maybe they did some work around the apartment. I don't know. I mean, I I know I get what you're saying. It's right now, we have circumstancial evidence. And again, one of the things that we always go back to we indict people, we saw there was a court of public opinion was innocent in the court public opinion and people to tune it out about smollet. And now the court of public opinion is like what what's the good? That's the good. That's come out of all this. There is a positive, and that is you're going to see members of the media, Robin Roberts. You'll think twice before she approaches the story like she did good Morning America. Mason everybody ABC has your back on it. Well, I mean, I'm saying personally, she can't sit there and go, okay. Because we've all been there where we've done something maybe on the air that we learn from every day..

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"court public opinion" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:13 min | 3 years ago

"court public opinion" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Confirmed, and I invite you I've seen John. Jesse smell et is unfortunately, experiencing an attack by the legal system. This one he didn't pay for the last himself. He paid for it turned out that the person who kicked his was Jesse smaller. Not a great showing for Justice, my favorite is he fought back against him. Pretty and he won got to give him that an overpowering showing from Justice. The good news is that his friends are lemon on CNN, very objective and very journalistic. He has come forward to Jesse smell at. He started off by saying that he was concerned about him is very very concerned. He he admitted that he had been texting jussie smollet because they're both black gay men. And that means that they share a background, and it means that they share a common experience in the United States. Although I'm not aware that Don lemon has falsified a racial hoax. But here he was this week and a half ago. Not even talking about how he was talking. He didn't ask her questions Indian you that you can't do that. That would have been betraying a confidence in the navy. He didn't take crime seriously enough. No, he called him to make sure he was. Okay. Here's the deal. Discrimination a black man. They don't have that. He has to be gay and he's out. Yes. And fame is not natural. And so I knew everyone would be picking apart historian not for me. That's not my concern. Right. Right. Right. So every day. I said, I know you think I'm annoying. I can show you a text. I know you think I'm annoying you. But I just want to know. Okay. Okay. Need somebody? You can talk to me because there's not a lot of generous. Generous guy. Don lemon. I mean, it's not like he's a journalist or anything like it's his job task questions in dicey situation away that is his exact job description. The good news. Is that last night? He was on TV talking about how the real problem for Justice Maleta said he's now lost in the court of public opinion. I'm pretty sure the real problem is that he was arrested and released on one hundred thousand dollar bond and will probably spend a fair number of years in prison for violation both federal and state law. I have a feeling that's probably the big issue. Now, can you imagine how crazy things will be? If he gets acquitted mean, presumably he will have to somehow infiltrate the jury any apparently he can do that he can be on the jury and be in the witness box and beat the defendant at the same time. Because after all that's what happened here right here is Don lemon suggesting that he lost in the court of public opinion. And that's because America is racist in the court of public opinion jussie has lost. He's lost the fight in the court of public opinion. And that's where his battle is. Whether legally if he has to go, whatever he has to serve if it's still time if he has to do probation, if he has to pay whatever, but in the court public opinion. It matters it matters. And he's lost that because of how an and not his fault. Maybe people were I don't know what they were saying to him how maybe because of his representatives who who knows? I don't know it was handled poorly. Oh, it was handled poorly. Oh, that was the problem was, you know, the PR spin after he hired to random from his Jim to falsify a hate crime going down to the local hardware store and buying some clothes line and bleach and to red hats, and then going to subway and then falsifying a hate crime. And then scratching himself, and then not handing his over to police, and then signing a personal check for the whole thing. That wasn't the problem. The problem is that he had bad legal representation in the list of bad decisions badly goal representation that one is it like five hundred seventy two on the list of Jesse small at mistakes. It's I have to say it is unbelievable. It is unbelievable. How bad this hoax was an hilarious. How bad it was because Mike legitimately. I'm astonished by it. Don, lemon was not finished expressing his sympathy for jussie smollet who not only hate crime. But was willing to finger a couple of innocent people if it had allowed him to get out of it and all to heighten his salary. Also, by the way, the assumption of just Molly is correct if he'd gotten away with this. He would have been cast in bigger movies. He would be a big action star because he would have gotten sympathy from Hollywood he would have raised his profile because being a victim in America. And particularly a racial victim in America is extraordinarily lucrative business. As Colin Kaepernick has demonstrated Don lemon says the real problem here is the right? He's going to eat his lunch. They're going to eat his lunch. Well, the good news. Is that the right probably won't be able to eat his lunch because we don't like I'm not in prison. So I can't eat his lunch. Presumably it'll be one of his cellmates who eats his lunch. And that'd be the first time that somebody who's not Jesse smaller has actually bully jussie smollet. Apparently, here's. This is playing out every single moment. Yeah. And cable news, Sean Hannity's gonna eat jussie smollet lunch every single second. Tucker Carlson is going to eat jussie smollet lunch. Every single second. President of the United States is gonna eat as much as the United States watch every night. You will new well cable news. Okay. So they're gonna and what I love about all of this. What I love about all of this is that they're going to fall for the jets hoax next time. Why because the suggestion that they are making over and over in the mainstream media is that the result of this is that people will not take race race claims seriously enough in the future. What that means that they're already pre setting the clock back to zero when it comes to the level of incredulity that they should address stories with meaning that next time, there's a racial story. They're not going to say, let's wait for the evidence. They didn't learn that lesson what they learned is that it's really bad because jussie smollet has now led people to ask for evidence. That's what happened here. All that happened is Jesse smollet story means that people in the future will ask for evidence. And the media think that's a bad thing. I think it's a bad thing. So next time there is a there's a racial hoax. The media will jump in with both the anybody who says, you know, can we wait for some evidence will be castigated as a deep seated racist who doesn't take crime seriously enough, and we'll get a repeat. And right now the clock is ticking. It's only been about twenty four hours since the jussie smollet story collapsed in on itself. So that means we've got a couple of weeks before there's another bad race story and people ask for evidence, and lemon is railing against the racists all over America. All right coming up. 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Supreme Court says 'Excessive fines' ban applies to states

Business Beware

00:14 sec | 3 years ago

Supreme Court says 'Excessive fines' ban applies to states

"Spring ruling unanimously that the constitution's ban on excessive fines applies to the states and outcome that could help average to rein in police seizure of property from criminal suspects Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, wrote the court's opinion.

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"court public opinion" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"court public opinion" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Was exposed today for not understanding the history of nationalism and globalism and Nazi Germany. And instead of just saying look as little out of my depth. I'm gonna go back do some studying. She puts out some video where she tries to explain it all away. And it made absolutely no sense. Let me turn to a story that broke late last night. The supreme court temporarily blocked a restrictive Louisiana abortion law from going into effect today. Why this matters is because it gives us great insight into how this court is currently operating in the wake of the departure of Anthony Kennedy when Kennedy step down and Gorsuch was eventually confirmed. I told you to keep your eye on the chief Justice John Roberts. He is going to become the new Kennedy. He's the new swing vote on the court. Yes. He's more conservative than he is liberal clearly, but he's an 'institutionalised. He cares. A lot about the image of the court public opinion of the court. So he's not just going to be a no-brainer reliable conservative vote on some of these kinds of issues he proved that with ObamaCare, and he's proven it again. With this latest decision. Because what you had was you at chief Justice John Roberts joining the more liberal justices. In granting the stay with the court voting five to four. Justice Roberts and Justice Kagan have developed a relationship on the court. That's going to be interesting to watch over their course of the next couple of months when highly controversial issues come up. And from the start once cavenaugh was confirmed and everybody said up the court is conservative now game over I said, let's watch John Roberts because I don't necessarily think that's going to be the case. And we're seeing that play out already. Kebble more items. I want to get to here. Let's talk about the president's health. So the White House said they issued a statement and said that the president has not followed diet and exercise plans made out forum. Religiously. And.

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"court public opinion" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

07:10 min | 3 years ago

"court public opinion" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"All the elected officials, including Republican colleague oppose wall oppose the intervention. That Trump is talking about and AllState that this is a manufactured crisis and a crisis that manufactured by the Trump administration. Manufactured crisis is this manufactured, Raul. I answered your question. No. You didn't is this manufactured, Raul. I answered your question. Karen? So sad. So sad. So that's that's the latest there. The Trump administration is really they're on it. Now is this not what you want to see is not getting you excited. The president tried to play nice with Paul Ryan, by the way, Paul notice. The president's any nice about Paul Ryan is he left, right? So even Lindsey Graham who had the nickname Lindsey Graham nasty while John McCain was alive. Lindsey Graham is asking the president to declare an emergency. He said Thursday speaker Pelosi's refusal to negotiate on wall barrier funding, even if the government would it be reopened virtually ends congressional path to fund the wall barrier. Oh, so here we go again, Washington Post reporting, Trump is asking the army corps, if they can begin construction within forty five days and the White House lawyers preparing a legal defense. You keep saying that you know, I have the right to do this. And he does we went over it yesterday. The stories on my Facebook page Facebook dot com slash Gary Lewis radio congress passed. Law nineteen Seventy-six giving the president power to declare emergencies. Obama used it for the swine flu Bush used it for nine eleven it happens. This is a big deal and for dopes to sit back and say, well, this is a slippery slope because a Democrat's gonna get in there and say, we have a we have a crisis an emergency too, many gun deaths. We're going to collect all the guns. That's not going to happen. Get over it. No. Knocking to happen. The president's going to do this. And. The White House has asked the director of the army corps engineers divert money, so the border wall funding from disaster funding to cover wildfires in California hurricanes in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico, and we go, well, that's just not fair. You know what I get it? There's dangerous first California do good enough job getting rid of the dead dead trees. They don't trim their force enough. They don't do that kind of stuff, and they have they have fires. They don't do. They're supposed to do hurricanes. We may not may not get them. I I understand it. Now. What makes? Hurricane disasters. More important than the disasters of open borders, costing one hundred thirty five billion a year. Why why is that more important? You don't think that we can see the direct damage of illegal immigration? Of course, of course. The garbage argument is what it is. Absolutely garbage argument. USA today had an exclusive Pentagon prepares options to build border wall. Trump weighs emergency declaration. They said this navy captain bills speaks Pentagon spokesman said the department of defense is reviewing available authorities and funding mechanisms to identify options to enable border barrier construction as there has not been such declaration made. It'd be inappropriate to comment further on those efforts. But they've been told get ready. And again, Trump said if this doesn't work out meaning getting a deal to get funding. He said I will said I'll do it. I would almost say definitely we have plenty of funds. If there's a national emergency. They come from Pentagon budget for construction projects approved by congress. But not yet spent we thought that that's the law. This is real this is fine. And you have some dopey Republicans Republican congressman MAC Thornberry. He says he doesn't like it easy doesn't want to divert money because the money from the mill diverting the money for the military would prevent it. For example, from building barracks to house troops. Get them some more money than they just got seven hundred billion dollars. They got a seven hundred billion dollar defense department budget. Pretty sure we could find five point seven billion. Simple as that. I look I want the military to be housed. We we need barracks. I get it. Do they not have barracks now? We're growing military. They anymore. I think the walls pretty damn important. And I love it. You do if you read all these stories, and if you don't you probably be more sane than me at this point. But you know, what the major problem the media has you know, what I keep saying. I keep seeing this written over and over and over again. The president does does this. He's going to he's going to have to deal with a firestorm of criticism. Oh well. The deal with every day. Wait, I may not doesn't say that. It's illegal. They're saying he is going to deal with a firestorm of criticism. Not a firestorm of criticism. That's gotta hurt. There will be lawsuits, and again, how are you gonna win that way? You could try it in the courts public opinion. First off your suing to make sure we can't secure the country. Awesome. Secondly. These supreme court again, the rush this through they will speed it up. And I'm telling you supreme court unless you never know what John friggin Roberts up there. But I'm telling you, it's going to be okay. There have been presidents that have used this power. Unless they get political too. I don't see how they say. No. Eight eight zero eight eight zero five six seventy you know, what the media also is not making a big deal of that on their own networks. There are Democrats starting to say, you know, what I'm actually okay with a Waller offense. Because they realized this is a losing argument, and it looks really bad for them. That they don't want America to be secure. Wait till you hear that. That's coming up. Do not go anywhere. We gotta get to Martha and Kirstin cinema as well. And a restaurant that was forced to change its name and a model a hot models saying what the key to marriage is all these things. Happy Friday morning ritual back and five K S T AM seven hundred Tucson's. Most stimulating talk the morning ritual with Garrett Lewis. Yes. So this is this is a very very very important thing. Sickness colds fluids out there. People sneeze saliva the germs. Where do they go to your carpet? It's about time..

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Springfield, Stewart and Deborah Rodriguez discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:09 min | 3 years ago

Springfield, Stewart and Deborah Rodriguez discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

"The supreme court rules in favor of the colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple for religious reasons it was quite a landmark case that pits religious freedom against antidiscrimination laws the controversy all began when jock phillips owner of masterpiece cake shop in colorado refused to create a wedding cake for a same sex couple in two thousand twelve he cited his religious beliefs he believes that god designed marriage to be between a man and a woman while he maintains that he serves anyone who comes into his shop he does not cater to every person or event here's the latest from cbs news cbs news special report the supreme court has just ruled in the case of a colorado baker who refuse used to make a wedding cake for a gay couple live to washington and cbs's steve dorsey two of the courts liberal justices elena kagan and steven briar sided with conservatives although the court's opinion touches on the christian baker's first amendment right declined to bake the cake for the gay couple based on his religious beliefs it fundamentally rejects the decision by the colorado civil rights commissioned a role in favor of the gay couple the ruling appears to be narrow in scope however concerned more with the commission's treatment of the case then it's affects on future similar cases deborah high court also ruled this morning in the case of a seventeen year old undocumented immigrants who had an abortion while she was in federal custody it has thrown out the lower court ruling that allowed her to have the procedure over the objections of the trump administration cbs news special report i'm deborah rodriguez teeny gal you're listening to wbz news radio ten thirty here in boston other top stories today more charges against stewart welding in in springfield he's at the center of a mystery involving the discovery of three bodies wbz's carl stevens has the story was arrested last week after a police pursuit police say a woman in his car said that he had kidnapped and assaulted her he was ordered held then on a million dollars well today same charges second alleged victim has come forward when the prosecutor again asked for a million dollars bail the judge asked if it's the same case.

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