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Judge dreadthe fight for Ruth Bader Ginsburgs seat

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:29 min | 10 months ago

Judge dreadthe fight for Ruth Bader Ginsburgs seat

"On Friday US Supreme Court. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died of cancer at the age of eighty seven. A candlelit vigil was held the following day outside the Supreme Court. Justice. GINSBURG was only the second woman appointed to the Supreme Court after being nominated by Bill Clinton in one thousand, nine hundred. I. In. Solemnly swear he was a champion of women's rights, and later in life she achieved restore status especially among young women. Now her death has set the stage for a divisive battle to replace her on the court. She was born in Brooklyn to an immigrant Father Dad was from Odessa in in Russia and to a first generation mother she was Jewish John. Fascination is the economist Washington correspondent and she was a trailblazer throughout her life. She was one of only nine women among five hundred men at Harvard law school, and when she arrived. Erwin griswold, who was then the Dean asked women in the class to stand up and justify taking a spot that could have gone to a man. She said the reason she took the spot is it was important that she understood her husband's work that would've made her husband Marty last Mardi was tax attorney well known in his own right he predeceased her but they had a famously loving and productive and equal partnership. She had a relentless work ethic in. Twenty five years in the Supreme Court she never missed today she's arrived four bouts of cancer before this fifth one killed her it was only after she got sick that she called by phone to oral arguments. I. Think People often have this idea that Supreme Court justices are sort of Stentorian wizards ready to shout down lawyer who they disagree with justice. GINSBURG was not like that she spoke very slowly very deliberately, which mirrors I think how she wrote and how she argued and how she thought she was meticulous. She was precise she she was not a showy justice. She came onto the court actually considered a moderate. There are a lot of people on the left who were upset when she was appointed because she was considered sort of two centrist. But as the court steadily moved rightward during her tenure, she has found herself the de facto leader of the courts liberal wing. Junk she spent a long time on the court. What did she achieve? Well, she was on the Supreme Court for Twenty seven years, and before that was on the DC Circuit Court of Appeals, which is widely considered the second most important court in America for for thirteen. So she was a judge for forty years I was age sixty when I was nominated in some people thought I was. Too Old for the job. Now I'm into my twenty-seventh starting my twenty-seventh year on the courts on one of the longest tenured. Justices. So if you worried about my age. It was unnecessary. Before that, she argued six cases before the Supreme Court and she was involved with thirty more as the first director of the US women's rights project. The first of those report court cases was in Reid versus Reid for which she wrote a brief arguing against the law in Ohio that preferred men to women in naming executive estates. She won that case in her first oral argument before the Supreme Court. She argued against the military policy that denied many husbands, officers, the same housing and medical benefits that automatically provided officers. Wise. The thinking was that women are somehow inherently more dependent on their husbands and husbands on their wise. Now, in that case, remember she effectively represented the husband she represented family but she represented the shoes argue in favor of the husband's benefits and she austin said that she was not arguing for women's rights she was arguing for the constitutional equality of men and women. Her death is come at a critical time in American politics. It's just six weeks away from the election. So what impact does that have? Well I think it's a little too early to say that definitively. It looks as though both sides are gearing up for battle, but they seem to be quietly circling each other in two thousand sixteen. The Supreme Court is central to Donald Trump's success I think because. There is an open seat in two thousand, Sixteen Justice Antonin Scalia died, and Mitch McConnell who is then the Senate minority leader rather than hold a hearing on Barack Obama's chosen replacement for Justice Scalia whose Merrick Garland he came up with a rationale disguises the principle which was that the causing election was coming up the speech beheld open. So the voters could decide now that had never been done before it was clearly a power play. It was a live sort of issue for Republicans impelled I think a lot of them who otherwise would have held donald trump at arm's length to decide that just had to vote for him this time I. Think Donald Trump is hoping for a similar effect this time, but he also wants to get the filled as quickly as possible. For Democrats donations had started pouring in, they have been pouring all weekend. Democrats seem riled up by this. I think in their view if Donald Trump managed to get a successor onto the court, this'll be the seconds effectively stolen seat right? The I was Neil Gorsuch. who was given the seat that was held open by Mitch McConnell, and the second would be whoever donald trump nominees to replace justice GINSBURG who gets the seat because Mitch McConnell did not follow the principle he set up in two thousand sixteen. John Do you think Senate. Republicans have the numbers to they have the votes to get in trump's nominee through before the election. Well this is the question on everyone's mind. Right so far Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski Republican senators from from Maine Alaska, had said that they will not vote for replacement before November third they have said that the president who wins on November third you choose the replacement now that only gets Democrats to forty nine and they need fifty one because in the case of a tie Mike. Pence cast the tiebreaking vote Lindsey Graham had previously said he would abide by Mitch McConnell's rule from twenty sixteen. He has now gone back on that apparently because he's angry Democrats didn't roll over for Brad Cavanaugh Chuck. Grassley, who's a senator from Iowa has also previously spoken in favor of McConnell's precedent. I, have a very hard time imagining that when push comes to shove, he'll stand by his. Word and so there really is nothing Democrats can do unless they can persuade two other Republicans to come join them, and if they can't persuade those Republicans and tip the balance what happens. Then what are the consequences for the years ahead on American politics? It's clear that what McConnell did in two thousand sixteen was a tremendous violation of norms I think it's not a good principal to. Uphold I think arguing that this is now how Supreme Court seats should be awarded that in an election year, you effectively have to hold the seat open until the end of the election is a bad precedent but I think there's a difference between saying Republicans should be consistent for the sake of consistency and Republicans should follow this principle because that's how court seat should be given out now. From the Democratic Base, there's been a tremendous push to threaten Republicans with repercussions if. Retake. The Senate and the president in that includes making Puerto Rico in Washington DC states, which would effectively at least in the near in medium-term Give Democrats four senators people have also been talking about expanding the court. So the reason they are Nice Ring Court justices is not constitutional legal. It's just a statute. So if they were minded and had a majority had a president who would sign it into law, they put eleven or thirteen justices on the supreme court. The problem with that for Democrats I think is that it sort of shifts the terms. Of the debate that they are now winning I think the way Joe, Biden has pitched. This campaign is on the one hand. You have the sort of chaotic destructive Donald Trump on the other. You have Joe Biden Palm known figure who will get us back to normal. If, he comes out and endorses expanding the court or State of DC in Puerto Rico, which to be clear he has not done. He is actually a opposed expanded from court but if he comes out if Democrats threaten this, then the debate becomes a lot murkier. Then it becomes the radical change that Joe Biden wants to do right take fifty, two states and putting thirteen on Supreme Court against Donald Trump will keep things as are I think that debate does not play out very well for Democrats. John Thank you very much time.

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"dc circuit court" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

02:17 min | 11 months ago

"dc circuit court" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"One of the stories that I covered on what's news today is really I. There's so many things that are disturbing but I wanted to share this with you. The House oversight. Committee yesterday. Big Fan Fair that they subpoenaed postmaster general Louis to joy for records about the widespread mail delays that have come about due to the changes implemented by joy the new postmaster. General. The SUBPOENA COMES AFTER COMMITTEE CHAIR CON- Congresswoman Carolyn Maroney Moloney said to joy his not sufficiently answered the panels requests for more information. We know that we watched the hearing what was it a week and a half ago two weeks ago and they were all saying. I think it was ao see or or Katie Porter I get mixed up because I love both of them. One of them asked for his appointment book and she said I want it by the close of business on Friday well now it's more than a week after that he has not turned over single item. and. What gets me is we covered the story I think Monday. That A three. Judge Panel from the DC Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against. The Democrats subpoenaing Don mcgann to testify. Don mcgann former White House counsel who said he would be happy to testify as long as he's subpoenaed. Well, what this three judge panel from the DC Circuit Court of Appeal said is that the House has no. Authority to compel. To execute the subpoena, they can issue a subpoena, but they need to pass legislation. Enabling them to enforce the subpoena which is complete and utter shit. It's just bullshit. So today Stephanie, rule I happen to catch her talking with the reporter. Jeff Bennett on this whole subpoena fossil tells Democrats say that joy has produced a single document or record since his congressional hearings two weeks ago. So they're moving forward with this subpoena..

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Supreme Court Allows Federal Executions to Proceed in Washington, DC

Into America

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Supreme Court Allows Federal Executions to Proceed in Washington, DC

"Have been a number of the people on federal death row who have been involved in a lawsuit challenging the lethal injection protocol, so the method and the drugs used for lethal injections, which has the form of execution in that the federal government will use to carry. Carry these out so for a number of years that lethal injection those direction lawsuits have been under consideration by federal judges in Washington DC and the most recent judge who had an opportunity to examine the record on those decided that there should be no executions moving forward. Unfortunately, the DC Circuit Court of Appeals reversed her decision, and so at this point, there are a lot of questions concerning the safety of the drug used the method that they're planning to use a single drug. Now. Instead of a cocktail had been used in previous executions, and there have been botched executions at the state level, and so there are still major concerns about. The safety of the drug and obviously when we talk about safety, people might be thinking well. What are you talking about? The person's going to be killed with it. So why does it need to be safe? But the eighth amendment. Prohibits cruelty in the carrying out of a sentence. Now some of US believe that killing somebody is a cruel and unusual punishment in and of itself, but even if you don't hold that belief I think many people would agree that even if you're going to execute somebody, you don't want them to be tortured. As they are meeting their death, and unfortunately some of these botched executions witnesses who have attended them have described very disturbing physical reactions that appear to suggest that the people who are being executed are in great pain, excruciating pain and unable to express themselves verbally while the executions being carried out, so that's why the Federal Court had been permitting hearings and testimony and evidence on the issues related to the the method of the execution.

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Federal appeals court orders judge to drop Michael Flynn charges

Chris Plante

01:17 min | 1 year ago

Federal appeals court orders judge to drop Michael Flynn charges

"Appeals court orders judge to dismiss laden charges a federal appeals court on Wednesday that's today ordered a judge to grant to the department of justice on usual move to drop charges against former national security adviser Michael Flynn a three judge panel of the DC circuit court of appeals approved plans petition to intervene in the case after a District Court judge had tapped on outside counsel to argue against the DOJ's move now that was an extremely weird thing for judge Emmet Sullivan a deal Sullivan was appointed by originally by I think Ronald Reagan and he's been appointed and promoted by Republicans and Democrats throughout his career he's an old judges been around for a while and it's worth noting also that last night the justice department turned over to Michael Flynn's defense team hand written notes from early two thousand seventeen by Peter stroke add to the notes were described as highly exculpatory tightly and totally exculpatory according to Michael Flynn's lawyer Sidney Powell who's just wonderful and now the case is finally at long last being thrown out but first they bankrupted him

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Executive order takes aim at social media companies

Bloomberg Law

05:56 min | 1 year ago

Executive order takes aim at social media companies

"Earlier this week Twitter reddit a fact check label to to trump pose that made unsubstantiated claims about mail in voting trump responded with an executive order on Thursday that aims to curb some of the legal protections social media sites have regarding content my executive order calls for new regulations under section two thirty of the communications decency act to make it that social media companies that engage in censoring or any political conduct will not be able to keep their liability shield undeterred Twitter flagged a trump tweet on Friday for violating its rules against glorifying violence my guest is noted first amendment expert Eugene Volokh a professor at UCLA law school you can explain the liability protections that Twitter and other platforms get under section two thirty sure so let's say that somebody publishes something in a newspaper that libel I can do the newspaper and that's true even if it isn't a letter to the editor the newspaper liable as the publisher are things that it could know what someone live with me in a book store well in that kind of situation I couldn't sue the bookstore but it has certain protections treated in the distributor so I basically have to put on notice first but the book at live at the teller complied with me explain why that that point if the books to keep that up I can third question when somebody liable to me over the telephone even though they had back when their answering machine messages and outgoing and during wishing that people call the number they gave me something like a look about me you might call that a platform rather than a publisher distributor the telephone company is completely immune from liability likewise left the company live with me in email and night all up Google and say Gee email messages are being used to live only please cancel that account Google is also immune from liability and would be even in the absence of any federal statute so in nineteen ninety six Congress that that online service and content providers should be treated like like not like publishers like newspapers not like distributors like bookstores but kind of like the telephone company or any email they should be completely immune from liability from things other people that's why for example I can have comment on my blog without hearing that I could be shoot anytime somebody posts something presently liable to an account and that is true even in the online service or content provider does some screening either some screening with him after the fact removal so I'm going to be immune from liability for comment the people because even if I occasionally delete them comment that the car had the little girl personally insulting or for that matter I think they might be liable so then his Twitter within its rights to fact check trump posed with a link or even delete it you have to question one is to do with adding links perfect and that is your exercise the first amendment right Twitter speaking not Twitter blocking each responding to speak with a thought indubitably Twitter has a right to do then we'll have a right to do that even without federal section two thirty second question is what if Twitter delete that too is within its right under section two thirty it might also be part of the first amendment right you could argue that just like a newspaper has the right to refuse to publish something Twitter should have the right to delete things well that's a little bit of a closer call with me under section two thirty Twitter is indeed allowed to do that and what's more like there's some law out there that says service providers must be even handed in their actions with regard to post war cannot delete any posts even in the absence of section two thirty there wouldn't be any statute or the common law principle that requires Twitter to hold everything just like there's no rule that the bookstore after distribute every book that people ask it to district the border seems to be pushing the FCC to issue rules under section two thirty one of the things that is contemplated at least the draft that I have is actually having the secretary of commerce publication for rulemaking with the FTP asking that the entire property section two thirty in a way that limit service providers ability to block certain content it's not clear that the FTC has the regulatory authority to try to enter protection to thirty that way in any event it seems to me that the section it's pretty clear in allowing service providers to block whatever content they find objectionable so I don't think that that's going to go anywhere but at this point of course the call is to ask you to do something certainly the president is entitled to ask the FTC to do something the question is what can the FTC doing what we're in the midst of this on Wednesday the DC circuit court of appeals rejected claims that Twitter Facebook apple and Google conspired to suppress conservative views online tell us about that decision even in the apps section two thirty there's no legal rule that requires service providers to be air in what they allow and what they don't allow just like there's no legal rule that requires a bookstore to be even handed in the book by the seller that was the problem that the plaintiff there they claim to that social media companies generally we're discriminating against them because of their conservative political views but what about the family the person I am now that the court first amendment by the government it doesn't bind private social media company however important and powerful they might be second they said well this is a violation of antitrust law because there's this conspiracy when the court today no evidence of a conspiracy they've given no evidence of anti competitive agreements it's true that service providers do try to delete certain kinds of material that they find offensive but it doesn't show that that there is any violation the recursion was clearly correct in fact similar claims that's been brought before and been pretty much unanimously rejected by all the courts that have

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Washington - Court reinstates lawsuit over Trump’s hotel profits

Chicks On the Right

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Washington - Court reinstates lawsuit over Trump’s hotel profits

"Serrie another case against president trump is moving forward in court this one accuses them of violating the constitution fox's John decker live in Washington a federal appeals court has revived a lawsuit seeking to block president trump's hotel in Washington DC from accepting payments from foreign governments the DC circuit court of appeals in a divided decision refused to dismiss the lawsuit that accuses the president of illegally profiting from foreign government patrons at his DC hotel the case was brought by the attorneys general from Maryland and the district of

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McConnell's focus when Senate comes back will be on judges

Dennis Prager

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

McConnell's focus when Senate comes back will be on judges

"Also what Donald dot com the GOP controlled Senate plans to go to work next week on confirming trump's judicial nominees barbecue reports sudden center will be debate over holding hearings for Justin Walker nominated by president trump to the DC circuit court of appeals based in Washington it handles cases related to Congress and several departments of government Senate Judiciary Committee chairman senator Lindsey Graham is expected to hold a confirmation hearing on Wednesday an idea that's already being opposed by Democrats who argue Congress should be focused on the coronavirus Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has vowed that the virus will not derail his aggressive pace of confirming trump's nominations but thank you

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Full appeals court to rehear case over McGahn subpoena

All Things Considered

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Full appeals court to rehear case over McGahn subpoena

"A federal appeals court in Washington has agreed to rehear a house lawsuits seeking to force former White House counsel don began to testify NPR's Ryan Lucas reports the decision for the full federal appeals court in Washington DC vacates the decision from a three judge panel late last month that order the house judiciary committee's lawsuit be dismissed the panel said the committee's fight to enforce its subpoena from against testimony is a political one and therefore the court does not have the authority to settle it the Judiciary Committee sued after again followed White House orders and refused to testify about issues related to the mother reports now the full DC circuit court has granted the committee's request and agreed to rehear

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Former Trump White House counsel Don McGahn doesn't have to testify after court dismisses lawsuit

All Things Considered

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Former Trump White House counsel Don McGahn doesn't have to testify after court dismisses lawsuit

"A federal appeals court is ordering the house judiciary's lawsuit to force former White House counsel don began to testify to be dismissed NPR's Ryan Lucas explains the decision overturns a lower court ruling handing a major legal win to president trump the house Judiciary Committee subpoena don began last year to compel his testimony and then sued when he refused to comply the White how's ordered him not to testify arguing that he enjoyed absolute immunity from doing so as a senior adviser to the president late last year a District Court sided with the committee now in a two to one decision from a three judge panel the DC circuit court is overturning that ruling the appeals court says the fight over against testimony is a political dispute between the legislative and executive branches and the court says it has no authority to settle such a dispute instead it says Congress has political tools to force the executive branch to comply such as withholding funding in dissent judge Judith Rogers says the decision all but assures future presidential stonewalling of Congress Ryan Lucas NPR

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"dc circuit court" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:30 min | 1 year ago

"dc circuit court" Discussed on AP News

"Democratic attorneys general from California Washington DC and a number of other states back by house Democrats have petitioned the Supreme Court for an expedited review of the fifth US circuit court of appeals ruling that struck down the health care law's requirement that people have health insurance the appeals court sent it back to a lower court judge to decide whether other parts of the laws such as protections for pre existing conditions can be separated from the insurance requirement and thus remain in place many Republicans in Congress want to avoid another election year battle over the health care law Tim acquire Washington

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More congressional Democrats call for impeachment inquiry

WBZ Morning News

01:53 min | 2 years ago

More congressional Democrats call for impeachment inquiry

"Stephen we've heard the the word impeachment thrown around quite a bit. And, and Rhode Island Representative David cellini had mentioned yesterday. Mcginn didn't show up and it was time to start impeachment inquiries towards the president. Is that something that there's a stomach for at this point or growing stomach, for well, the as you know, speaker, Nancy Pelosi has said that this is not the time to start talking about impeachment? But the, the calls are growing. Congressman cellini is just one of many members of the democratic caucus, who are clamoring now for it saying that, you know. Mentioned there, a couple of arose in the quiver when it comes to enforcement of a subpoena, there's one other power that the constitution gives the congress. And that's the power to impeach. There are also many Democrats who believe that by initiating an impeachment inquiry. It might be easier for the Democrats to make their case in court that they should be given some of the documents and testimony that they've demanded because inasmuch as there is case law, what the courts have said, is that, you know, it's, it's entirely appropriate for a formal impeachment inquiry to be able to dive in as it investigates, whether the president's committed a high crime or misdemeanor and therefore the congress in that case has investigative prerogatives that investigatory providence that, that, perhaps are in greater than the typical standard yesterday mentioned briefly the house oversight committee, one in initial round. In court of the president's attorneys said this morning, they're going to appeal. They filed a formal notice of appeal to the DC circuit court of appeals, but the district court judge Mehta said that. That the presence attorneys a wrong when they say that the house oversight committee's engage in politically motivated war using subpoenas a weapon. The judge said, it's not for the courts to decide whether congress is motivated by politics or not. And by the way, the review of the president's business records, appears to him to

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DC Circuit clears way for Trump to implement trans military ban

Investor's Edge

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

DC Circuit clears way for Trump to implement trans military ban

"The DC circuit court of appeals giving the green light for the Trump administration's ban on transgendered troops to take effect. The cord saying yesterday, it was officially dissolving a lower court injunction against the ban. That's now set to take effect on April twelfth the band, imposes restrictions on military service for those diagnosed with gender dis fauria,

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"dc circuit court" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"dc circuit court" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"It was subpoenaed to turn over information kind of information. We don't know that either. But the company refused, citing sovereign immunity. Meaning look we're not a company we basically have the same status as a nation state since we're government owned. So we don't have to give you anything DC circuit court of appeal said, Nope that does not fly ordered the company at hand over the information that was requested by this Pena, then mystery company, which is owned by mystery country appealed this rim court on Sunday. Chief Justice John Roberts issued a seven day stay of the contempt. Order daily fines imposed on the company for noncompliance. The chief Justice issued a seven-day pause. The parties. Until noon on December thirty first briefs on the matter. This now raises the tantalizing question of what does the supreme court do with a case any possible? Hearing arguments argue completely under seal, which as far as we know this court has literally never done before. This may also be the first intersection of the Muller probe in the supreme court. But it almost certainly will not be the last even more. Tantalizing report today from one news organization about Michael cones mobile phone, ping cell towers, in of all places, prog in the summer of two thousand sixteen talk to the reporter that piece next. One of the most serious allegations in the Steele dossier revolves around Donald Trump's former personal water Michael Cohen and alleged trip to proc according to the dossier Cohen traveled to Prague in August, twenty sixteen to meet with Russian officials and discussed cash payments for the hackers who had infiltrated Hillary Clinton's campaign. This portion of the dossier hasn't been publicly proven or definitively disproven, but obviously word proven true. It would pretty definitively established extremely involve levels of collusion and conspiracy between Trump's campaign and Russian saboteurs. And now new report says there is tangible evidence that Cohen visited Prague and that Robert Mueller has that evidence. Mcclatchy reports that he mobile phone belong to Cohen briefly sent signals off cell towers and the prog area in the summer of two thousand sixteen they all report around the same time, quote electronic eavesdropping by eastern European intelligence agency picked up a conversation among Russians one of them. Mark the was in Prague to people familiar with the incident said and. Mcclatchy reports both of the foreign intelligence intercepts shared with the special counsel as it stands that report by McClatchy has not been matched by any other news L, including us in MBC news, just tonight, Michael Kohn himself. Ruined twitter. Quote, I hear Prague Czech Republic is beautiful in the summertime. I wouldn't know as I never been Muller knows everything joining me now on the authors of McClatchy article Peter stone, Peter you, you you you had a piece in April. That was had fewer details about the fact that are some evidence he'd been there. This has a lot more details in the eight months since that first article came out, no one else's confirm this what do you make of that? Well, we think it's a first of all if it's a counterintelligence investigation. It's one of the most sensitive parts of the whole Muller investigation. I think it's one of the most difficult to pin down. And I think short of a public acknowledgement. In a document from the special counsel charging cone or other leagues from the Muller inquiry, which has been not existent virtually it's really hard. It's really hard piece to confirm. We believe that our sources are good. We wouldn't be working on it or ready. What we did if we didn't have high degree of confidence in our sources, we've checked information repeatedly. And we also were very careful to note that we did not know the whole story by any means we pointed out that parts of the alleged meeting were key parts were unconfirmed. So I think it's a very difficult. Basically part of the investigation Muller does have evidence. And I believe he's trying to nail it down and decide what to do this stage. One of the arguments. I've heard Michael Isikoff is on this program making this case to me just about a week ago. I think saying. Look Michael Cohen, testified before congress he'd never been apprach. He's the special counsel oversaw a plea of guilty to lying to congress about the Moscow, the Trump Tower Moscow deal doesn't that show that that Muller? People don't think he also lied about the prime trip..

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Vigils held for victims of Borderline Bar mass shooting

Jay Talking

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Vigils held for victims of Borderline Bar mass shooting

"In southern California. It seems like a bad dream that is Mariah shaky who lost two friends at a country bar shooting in Southland oaks vigil was held tonight are the twelve lives. Lost KCBS. Randy page says the gunman and Afghanistan war vet killed himself about thirty rounds were fired according to with authorities now every single person that he shot, including himself died with the exception of one person. According to sheriff's department who did receive a gunshot wound. So thirty shots thirteen dead, including himself, incredibly lethal combat marine veteran and the question now is what drove him to this a panel of three judges on the DC circuit court of appeals heard arguments over the constitutionality of Robert Mueller's appointment as special counsel. CBS's? Paula Reed reports Democrats are skeptical of the appointment of Matthew Whitaker as

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"dc circuit court" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"dc circuit court" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Podcast. Okay. Let's pick up your thoughts on what's going on here. Stephen Minneapolis as Steve what's up? Hey, Tom nice to hear from you. Again. I'm wondering in regards to the district court is Merrick garland, cavenaugh boss right now and make it to the supreme court. Can the eighth district court? Do anything against him in all the lies? He's submitted to the congress is that the eighth circuit is the DC circuit. It's it's its own unique little I think it might theoretically be numbered one. But maybe I'm wrong on that. But in any case, the DC circuit, which deals with basically any lawsuit that involves the federal government, which is which resides in in the district of Columbia. And yes, Merrick garland is sort of his boss, Merrick garland is the chief Justice of the DC circuit court, and as such he he has some say over the calendar and over the cases, although just like the US supreme court. I believe that those cases are granted. Cert granted the the the right the status to to. Being heard before the court by a certain number of justices. I don't know the the math on the DC court on the on the US supreme court and takes four judges to say, yes, we want to hear this case. But you know, so so garland isn't his boss in that. He can fire him or that he can relegate him to the outer to the outer darkness. But it it certainly is mind bogglingly ironic. Steve thanks a lot for the call Keno in lakeland, Florida. You know, what's up? Hey, this is keynoter moose herder Republicans wolf reform in the Republican party. We have a message to send to Senator Seth. Right now. He's with a Ben Sasse on the judiciary committee, the Republican from Nebraska. Yeah. He's going in there to vote now. Now, this is a message if he votes now four Kevin all we want him to vote against cavenaugh in the general election because right now, it's a bunch of chimpanzees over there. And of course, Lindsey I was the biggest mated male chimpanzee throwing a temper tantrum. But I won't Republicans. I won't SAS Marco Rubio and Lisa Murkowski, and Susan Collins and Lamar Alexander deterrent from chimpanzees into a pride of lions to bring down the old rogue elephant later, but they changed from chimpanzees don't vote with the chimpanzees because Lindsey Graham e boy, he was a big Jim pansy throwing stuff around doing Keno. Why don't you just leave the Republican party and become a democrat? I'm not gonna retreat. I have no idea for ABRAHAM LINCOLN. And teddy Rosa. He's my hero. And for teddy Roosevelt Roosevelt, was progressing. Tilting win bills. But I gotta try to do my best after Republicans those group to form a pride wyans and change from chimpanzees. Yeah. I get it. But teddy Roosevelt was progressive. You know, we had progressive Republican senators right up until the nineteen seventies. But with Reagan's election the party began purging them. This was one the billionaires took over the Republican party. And now they completely on it. Well, they.

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Colin Kaepernick joins Nike's "Just Do It" campaign

Austin's Morning News

03:01 min | 3 years ago

Colin Kaepernick joins Nike's "Just Do It" campaign

"Five AM seven fifteen WSB Atlanta's morning news traffic every six minutes. The DC circuit court judge expected to make his opening statement in the ten o'clock hour, so lots of questions the next few days and everything from abortion to executive power and number three WBZ's beef you show right reports of Covington police officer in serious condition after shoplifting suspects shoots him. Please prayers are being requested after Matt Cooper was shot in the head while trying to arrest twenty one year old Erin Fleming. Authorities say shot Cooper in the parking lot of the WalMart has Iran. Fleming was later found dead from a self inflicted gunshot wound to suspects arrested at the scene. The gbi is investigating WSB news time is six sixteen. WSB covers Georgia's race for governor Abrahams and Brian Kemp. Spent Labor Day campaigning for governor to union picnic in Atlanta Abrahams tells channel two action news, I'm excited to go back to every part of the state. So I can share a message and our vision. Kemp spends Labor Day in Thomason promising to stand up for farmers and rural Georgia both campaigns kick into high gear until election day, President Trump's slams his attorney general again over the indictments of to House Republicans. Alleged corruption Trump questions the timing saying too easy. How seats are? Now. In play critics say the job of the attorney general is not to protect Republicans accused of wrongdoing apart from the confirmation battle over supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh, congress tackles a sky high to do list this month. President Trump has threatened to veto a spending Bill to keep the government running unless he gets more money, I border wall. Congress must also act on a farm Bill and reauthorize FAA programs or air traffic controllers make a one paid del mar racetrack in southern California may add metal detectors and upgrade security after shooting outside a rap concert. The twenty two year old was upset. He couldn't get a ticket to the sold out show. There's gunfire at the track gunfire at the track returned fire wounding that man. No one else is hurt Nike makes Colin Kaepernick the face of. It's just do it campaign ABC contributor Christine. Brennan says this move resonates throughout the league man who's suing the National Football League. Now be part of it ad campaign by the company that supplies all the uniforms for the National Football League. And she says it reaches into. The White House since President Trump frequently criticizes protests by NFL players during the anthem the dogs prep for Saturday's SEC opener at South Carolina. Smart has been making it clear last week's cupcake blowout did not live up to his standard including the defense. Fresh off outlaid hard ran to the ball in play with rugged technique. All the time about the offensive line. They got to do a better job create movement. And they got to do a better job a second level blocking the running backs behind them guys ran the ball poorly. But they probably miss the whole a couple times and probably a little impatient. South Carolina might be the second best team in the SEC east. And a flashy upset pick kickoff is at three thirty Saturday in Columbia here. All the home of the dogs. Jay, black WSB WSB News time six eighteen..

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"dc circuit court" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"dc circuit court" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"This was not part of my docket either in the counsel's office or as staff secretary. I was not involved in questions about rules, governing detention combatants. That was not part of my docket. Rut Kavanagh's answers. There did end up being good enough for the Senate. He got confirmed of the DC circuit court later that year. Typically, that's the end of the story when it comes to judicial nominees right after confirmation hearings judges are left to their own devices. It's a lifetime appointment, right? They just do their thing. It's not like they check back in with the Senate, but it didn't go that way for Brett Cavanaugh in the months after his confirmation hearing, we were still learning new things about how the Bush administration's torture policies were crafted. And in June two thousand seven with Brett Cavanaugh newly seated on the bench at the federal appeals court in DC the Washington Post published a ground breaking news report that included new details about a big important heated meeting at the George W Bush White House that had taken place years earlier. It was about the treatment and legal status of so-called enemy combatants and one of the White House lawyers who participated in that crucial meeting was Brett Cavanaugh. In two thousand and two Cavanaugh was involved in a White House conversation about detainees. The meeting was about American enemy combatants such as Jose Padilla and Yasser Hamdi Cavanaugh used to clerk for the supreme court. Swing, voter, Justice, Anthony Kennedy, and he advised the White House lawyers at that meeting that Kennedy would probably reject the president's claim that American combatants could be denied access to a lawyer that meeting was first reported in the Washington Post an NPR independently, confirmed the details with multiple sources. Now, remember, Cavanaugh told senators. I was not involved in 'em, not involved in questions about the rules governing governing detention of combatants. Now, Senator Durbin says he feels perilously close to being lied to. I will just say that he might have decided that he could split the difference here and give me an answer in negative, but he had to know he was misleading me and the committee, and the people who were following this controversial nomination. It's controversial nation the first time he was nominated. So this is kind of a big deal right? US Senator accusing federal judge. Basically having lied under oath deliberately, misled the committee during his confirmation, hearing misleading senators and the American public in the process. Right. Pretty good evidence to back it out, right? Nobody's contesting this new public reporting at the time that Cavanaugh did in fact take part in policy discussions and White House debates. Even though he did neither under oath that he had done so on this issue. So what are you doing? This happens, right? He's already confirmed to that federal appeals court. At this point lifetime appointment, what are you gonna? Do you do not have very many options. I mean, you could censure that judge basically a slap on the wrist, but one that tends to have a lasting impact. That idea was floated for a millisecond. You could also try to convince the judge in question to recuse himself from cases involving this thing he appears to have lied about that would seem like a relatively doable fix after all. Judges really shouldn't rule on policies that they had a role in create. Eating, Senator Durbin tried that with judge Cavanaugh suggesting he should recuse. But judge Cavanaugh apparently did not care. He never started recusing actually, by then it was too late anyway, the very first case, Brad Kavanagh oversaw on that appeals court. Once he was a new judge was a case involving prisoners held in Guantanamo. So then the chair of the judiciary committee in the Senate Senator Pat Lahey at the time sent a letter to the attorney general at the time sent a letter to attorney general Gonzales, asking him to open an investigation into judge Cavanaugh, lying under oath in order to get his seat on that appeals court lay. He tried referring Brett Kavanagh for possible prosecution for having lied to the Senate to get confirmed to that seat. But also avail until for the last eleven years Brit. Cavanaugh has been carrying on on that appeals court. Just not commenting at all..

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TSA screeners win immunity from flier abuse claims: U.S. appeals court

Dana Loesch

03:44 min | 3 years ago

TSA screeners win immunity from flier abuse claims: U.S. appeals court

"The podcast tell your amazon device alexa play the dana show podcast do you he would be one who gets the good housekeeping seal of approval from leonard leo in the federalist society and from the heritage foundation is not moderate is not mainstream is hard right and wants to move america back decades is that what you guys all voted for him to confirm him on the dc circuit court i mean don't don't sit here and say well you know we voted on the circuit court which is entirely different from the supreme court no it's not because everyone knows it's kind of a farm league for supreme court selections so every if you're you're not doing your due diligence as a proper lawmaker if you don't have that that foresight to the for that if you're not considering that then you're incredibly narrow view so y'all didn't have a problem with it then so these protests asians are meaningless now ken stand cheap sentiment let's kick it into quick five data's quick five so dear quiet today couple of things here an iranian man threatened to shove a tear gas canister down a woman's throat because she is not wearing a his job he was carrying i mean it was filmed and he said i'm gonna shove it down your throat you won't be able to speak and it was all on camera we can't play you can't nobody i think he's parsing but he and iran where so loving so so peaceful moving on tsa screeners win immunity from flyer abuse claims i'm sorry excuse me i have a huge problem with this this is a us appeals court fires may have a tough time recovering damages for invasive screenings at us airport security checkpoints after a federal appeals court wednesday said that screeners are immune from claims under a federal law governing assaults false arrests and so much more i don't i don't find this fair and i don't like a government agency that cannot be held accountable i have a huge problem with us and so should anybody else's well but that's what that's what they had i mean that's it was a two to one vote third us circuit court of appeals in philly they said the tsa screeners shielded by governments sovereign immunity from my ability to the federal court claims because they do not function as investigative or law enforcement officers will then i listen that that's that's not true because if you do not listen to them the penalty is that for not complying with law enforcement so you can't have it both ways now think of this giants lineman says tsa spilled his mother ashes his mother's ashes all over the place nbc new york's listen to the story this crazy new york giants defensive tackle aj francis went off at tsa agents on social media saying that they spilled his mother's ashes oliver his suitcase francis is traveling with his recently deceased mother as his mother's ashes after a funeral and francis tweeted to one part i can't read he says next time you guys feel the need to go through my mother's ashes for no reason make sure you close it so her remains spilled all over my clothes tsa said well our officers are trained to handle carry on and checked property with care and you know under the out of respect for the deceased under no circumstances should the container be opened and francis told them to go do something unflattering to themselves he said that he wasn't upset that they check him as a security measure but he was mad that they did not close them properly.

Leonard Leo Alexa
"dc circuit court" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"dc circuit court" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"I i just saw it i finally i saw that exchange that mark from new york tom from new jersey and others and texters as well have been pointing to okay so just to set it up for everybody so just in case you're tuning in right now as you know judge breath cavenaugh from the dc circuit court of appeals which to be fair is considered the second highest ranking or the most second most powerful court in the country it's generally seen as a kind of farm team for the supreme court a lot of great justices have come from and some bad ones as well but a lot of very good judges justices and from very bad just ge justices have come from the dc circuit court of appeals okay so as you know judge breath cavenaugh has been nominated to replace anthony kennedy he has been on the bench for nearly twelve years he was appointed by bush to sit on the dc circuit court of appeals and in his nomination during that nomination fight and the confirmation process he was questioned in grilled by chuck schumer in two thousand and six we have now the exchange it's on c span we finally got it listen now to schumer very pointedly asked you know then breath cavenaugh soon to be judged cavenaugh well if you sit on a dc circuit court of appeals how are you going to rule on roe v wade and what are your feelings about roe v wade roll it britney do you consider roe v wade to be an abomination and do you consider yourself to be a judicial nominee like the president said he was going to nominate people in the mold of scalia and thomas senator on the question of roe v wade if confirmed to the dc circuit i would follow roe v wade faithfully and fully that would be binding precedent in the courts been decided by the supreme court to your own opinion and i'm saying if i were confirmed to the dc circuit senator i would follow it it's been reaffirmed many times including in planned parenthood very understand but what is your opinion you're not on the bench yet you've talked about these issues in the past two other people i'm sure this the supreme court has held repeatedly center and i don't think it would be appropriate for me to give up.

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"dc circuit court" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"dc circuit court" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Done very expeditiously and quickly if they really care cared he was appointed to the powerful dc circuit court of appeals in two thousand six by george w bush for whom he had previously served as a system to the president and staff secretary graduate of yale law school clerked for justice kennedy and part of the nineteen ninety eight he was a socio council for ken starr that investigated clinton and that became a big issue last week is a results for him in his choice and is believed the clinton could have obstructed justice by sending out surrogates to defend him knowing that the surrogates were lying and then he made a big deal in two thousand and nine about nine years later in a law review the believe it was a speech in michigan of of my memory serves me right i read it over the weekend where he just basically said no i was wrong in what i was saying back in one thousand nine hundred probably use in his twenties at the time he had to be in his twenties or late twenties so that is interesting in the least it was at one point thought of wow that he believed this was a problem and then it was discovered that he had said no i don't believe that at all raymond catholic a little bit about him he's from michigan us court of appeals for the sixth circuit and catholics who joined the six circuit in two thousand and eight again pretty long history long resume something rarely seen on the president supreme court list now one of the things you've got to keep in mind the president has given us this list and has expanded this list since before he was running there's nobody on this list or any of the names we hearing that the president hasn't foretold up before he ever got elected in other words he just he's been very forthright about the type of justices he's looking for and that these are the type of people he would be examining anyway catholics wrote an opinion rejecting the eeoc and case seeking to limit private employers use of credit checks for job applicants and the eoc arguing that the practice amounted to racial discrimination rate catholics accused the agency a crecy and catholic also issued a politically charged ruling blasting the obama administration for continuous resistance to efforts to discover what actions the irs took against tea party groups nonprofit groups then another name that's come up pretty last minute is joan larsen judge larson confirmed by to the sixth circuit court of appeals previously served on the michigan supreme court from two thousand fifteen until earlier this year and before serving as a judge was on the university of michigan law school faculty for more than a decade what you know one of the things you've got to remember why is this not why is it that democrats always get the judicial activists that they want and sometimes republican presidents how come sometimes they get it wrong well it's because judge ginsburg one said that you know i'm not gonna comment on a particular case and that sort of like the standard that they now use for every judge or or anthony scalia saying that i have to may maybe make decisions that the law demands that i personally don't even like so the big battle here is over judicial philosophy and that is and again in there all intellectuals they're all constitutional scholars and so sometimes far more complicated and nuance than anybody really knows and i don't know if there's anybody of certainty but there's been a lot of time for everybody to look to the background of these individuals i'm just gonna give you the information i don't know who the president society and you know i just it's gonna be interesting but i do believe the president has been very clear and believes in originalism constitutionalism and he is against your digital activism so he was not going to be looking for somebody wants to legislate from the bench or use foreign law as a basis in a decision like some of our liberal justices have done in the past we'll also get common jay seculow coming up today newt gingrich coming up today greg jarrett and sarah carter we got a lot of deep state issues we gotta deal with i want to remind you if you wish someone a happy birthday on social media that may seem very innocent right okay these identity thieves can piece together that information from various places and then hack your friends account once they do that they can then snatch sensitive data like payment info and remember if your identity is stolen they'll take out credit cards loans in your names they'll destroy your good name and reputation they are.

george nine years
"dc circuit court" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"dc circuit court" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And quickly if they really care cared he was appointed to the powerful dc circuit court of appeals in two thousand six by george w bush for whom he had previously served as assistant to the president and staff secretary graduate of yale law school clerked for justice kennedy and part of the nineteen ninety eight he was the socio council for ken starr that investigated clinton and that became a big issue last week as a results for him and his choice in is believed the clinton could have obstructed justice by sending out surrogate to defend him knowing that the surrogates were lying and then he made a big deal in two thousand and nine about nine years later in a law review the believe it was a speech in michigan of of my memory serves me right i read it over the weekend where he just basically said no i was wrong in what i was saying back in one thousand nine hundred probably is in his twenties at the time he had to be in his twenties or late twenties so that is interesting in at least it was at one point thought of wow that he believed this is a problem and then it was discovered that he had said no i don't believe that at all raymond catholic a little bit about him he's from michigan us court of appeals for the six circuit and catholics who joined the six circuit in two thousand and eight again pretty long history long resume something rarely seen on the president supreme court lists now one of the things you gotta keep in mind the president has given us this list and has expanded this list since before he was running there's nobody on this list or any of the names we're hearing that the president hasn't foretold up before he ever got elected in other words he just he's been very forthright about the type of justices he's looking for and that these are the type of people he would be examining anyway catholics wrote an opinion rejecting the eeoc in case seeking to limit private employers use a credit checks for job applicants and the eoc arguing that the practice amounted to racial discrimination rate a catholic accused the agency a crecy and catholic also issued a politically charged ruling blasting the obama administration for continuous resistance to efforts to discover what actions the irs took against tea party groups nonprofit groups then another name that's come up pretty last minute is joan larsen judge larson confirmed by to the six circuit court of appeals previously served on the michigan supreme court from twenty fifteen until earlier this year and before serving as a judge was on the university of michigan law school faculty for more than a decade what you know one of the things you've got to remember why is this not why is it that emigrants always get the judicial activists that they want and sometimes republican presidents how come sometimes they get it wrong well it's because the judge ginsburg one said that you know i'm not gonna comment on a particular case and that sort of like the standard that they now use for every judge or antonin scalia saying that i have to may maybe make decisions that the law demands that i personally don't even like so the big battle here is over judicial philosophy and that is and again in there all intellectuals they're all constitutional scholars and so sometimes far more complicated in nuance than anybody really knows and i don't know if there's anybody of certainty but there's been a lot of time for everybody to look to the background of these individuals i'm just gonna give you the information i don't know who the president society and you know i just it's gonna be interesting but i do believe the president has been very clear and believes in originalism constitutionalism and he is against your digital activism so he was not going to be looking for somebody wants to legislate from the bench or us foreign law as a basis in a decision like some of our liberal justices have done in the past we'll also get common chase secular coming up today newt gingrich coming up today greg jarrett and sarah carter we got a lot of deep state issues we gotta deal with i wanna remind you if you wish someone a happy birthday on social media that may seem very innocent right okay these identity thieves can piece together that information from various places and then hack your friends account once they do that they can then snatch sensitive data like payment info and remember if your identity is stolen they'll take out credit cards loans in your names they'll destroy your good name and reputation they'll literally raise your bank.

george w bush nine years
"dc circuit court" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"dc circuit court" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And quickly if they really care he was appointed to the powerful dc circuit court of appeals in two thousand six by george w bush for whom he had previously served as assistant to the president and staff secretary graduate of yale law school clerked for justice kennedy and part of the nineteen ninety eight he was a associate counsel for ken starr that investigated clinton and that became a big issue last week is a results for him in his choice and is believed the clinton could have obstructed justice by sending out surrogates to defend him knowing that the surrogates were lying and then he made a big deal in two thousand and nine about not nine years later in a law review the believe it was a speech in michigan of my memory serves me right i read it over the weekend where he just basically said no i was wrong in what i was saying back in one ninety eight probably is in his twenties at the time you had to be twenty s or late twenties so that is interesting and at least it was at one point thought of wow that he believed this this is a problem and then it was discovered that he had said no i don't believe that at all raymond catholic a little bit about him he's from michigan us court of appeals for the six circuit and catholics who joined the sixth circuit and in two thousand and eight again pretty long history long resume something rarely seen on the president supreme court lists now one of the things you gotta keep in mind the president has given us this list and has expanded this list since before he was running there's nobody on this list or any of the names we're hearing that the president hasn't foretold up before he ever got elected in other words he just he's been very forthright about the type of justices he's looking for and that these are the type of people he would be examining anyway catholic wrote an opinion rejecting the eeoc and case seeking to limit private employers use a credit checks for job applicants and the eoc arguing that the practice amounted to racial discrimination rate catholics accused the agency have crecy and catholic also issued a politically charged ruling blasting the obama administration for continuous resistance to efforts to discover what actions the irs took against tea party groups nonprofit groups then another name that's come up pretty last minute is joan larsen judge larson confirmed by to the six circuit court of appeals previously served on the michigan supreme court from two thousand fifteen until earlier this year and before serving as a judge was on the university of michigan law school faculty for more than a decade what you know one of the things you've got to remember why is this not why is it that emigrants always get the judicial activists that they want and sometimes republican presidents how come sometimes they get it wrong well it's because the judge ginsburg one said that you know i'm not gonna comment on a particular case and that sort of like the standard that they now use for every judge or or antonin scalia saying that i have to may maybe make decisions the law demands that i personally don't even like so the big battle here is over judicial philosophy and that is and again in there all intellectuals they're all constitutional scholars and so sometimes far more complicated in nuance than anybody really knows and i don't know if there's anybody of certainty but there's been a lot of time for everybody to look to the background of these individuals i'm just going to give you the information i don't know who the president society and you know i just it's going to be interesting but i do believe the president has been very clear and believes in originalism constitutionalism and he is against your digital activism so he was not going to be looking for somebody wants to legislate from the bench or us foreign law as a basis in a decision like some of our liberal justices have done in the past we'll also get common jay secular coming up today newt gingrich coming up today greg jarrett and sarah carter got a lot of deep state issues we gotta deal with i want to remind you if you wish someone a happy birthday on social media that may seem very innocent right okay these identity thieves compete together that information from various places and then hack your friends account once they do that they can then snatch sensitive data like payment info and remember if your identity is stolen they'll take out credit cards loans in your names they'll destroy your good name and reputation they'll literally raise your bank.

george w bush nine years
"dc circuit court" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"dc circuit court" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"He was appointed to the powerful dc circuit court of appeals in two thousand six by george w bush for whom he had previously served as assistant to the president and staff secretary graduate of yale law school clerked for justice kennedy and part of the nineteen ninety eight he was a socio council for ken starr that investigated clinton and that became a big issue last week as a results for him in his choice and his believed the clinton could have obstructed justice by sending out surrogates to defend him knowing that the surrogates were lying and then he made a big deal in two thousand and nine about not nine years later in a law review the believe it was a speech in michigan of of my memory serves me right i read it over the weekend where he just basically said no i was wrong in what i was saying back in one thousand nine hundred probably use in his twenties at the time he had to be in his twenties or late twenties so that is interesting and at least it was at one point thought of wow that he believed this this is a problem and then it was discovered that he had said no i don't believe that at all raymond catholic a little bit about him he's from michigan us court of appeals for the sixth circuit and catholics who joined the sixth circuit in two thousand and eight again pretty long history long resume something rarely seen on the president supreme court lists now one of the things you've got to keep in mind the president has given us this list and has expanded this list since before he was running there's nobody on this list or any of the names we're hearing that the president hasn't foretold up before he ever got elected in other words he just he's been very forthright about the type of justices he's looking for and that these are the type of people he would be examining anyway catholic wrote an opinion rejecting the eeoc and case seeking to limit private employers use a credit checks for job applicants and the eeoc arguing that the practice amounted to racial discrimination rate catholic accused the agency a crecy and catholic also issued a politically charged ruling blasting the obama administration for continuous resistance to efforts to discover what actions the irs took against tea party groups nonprofit groups then another name that's come up pretty last minute is joan larsen judge larson confirmed by to the sixth circuit court of appeals previously served on the michigan supreme court from two thousand fifteen until earlier this year and before serving as a judge was on the university of michigan law school faculty for more than a decade one of the things you've got to remember why is this not why is it that emma kratz always get the judicial activists that they want and sometimes republican presidents how come sometimes they get it wrong well it's because judge ginsburg one said that you know i'm not gonna comment on a particular case and that's sort of like the standard that they now used for every judge or or anthony scalia saying that i have to may maybe make decisions that the law demands that i personally don't even like so the big battle here's over judicial philosophy and that is and again in there all intellectuals they're all constitutional scholars and so sometimes far more complicated in nuance and anybody really knows and i don't know if there's anybody of certainty but there's been a lot of time for everybody to look to the background of these individuals i'm just gonna give you the information i don't know who the president society and know i just it's gonna be interesting but i do believe the president has been very clear and believes in originalism constitutionalism and he is against your digital activism so he was not going to be looking for somebody wants to legislate from the bench or us foreign law as a basis in a decision like some of our liberal justices have done in the past we'll also get common jay seculow coming up today newt gingrich coming up today greg jarrett and sarah carter we got a lot of deep state issues we gotta deal with i want to remind you if you wish someone a happy birthday on social media that may seem very innocent right okay these identity thieves compete together that information from various places and then hack your friends account once they do that they can then snatch sensitive data like payment info and remember if your identity is stolen they'll take credit cards loans in your names they'll destroy your good name and reputation they'll literally raise your bank.

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"dc circuit court" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"dc circuit court" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"He was appointed to the powerful dc circuit court of appeals in two thousand six by george w bush for whom he had previously served as assistant to the president and staff secretary graduate of yale law school clark for justice kennedy and part of the nineteen ninety eight he was a socio council for ken starr that investigated clinton and that became a big issue last week is a results for him in his choice and is believed the clinton could have obstructed justice by sending out surrogates to defend him knowing that the surrogates were lying and then he made a big deal in two thousand and nine about nine years later in a law review the believe it was a speech in michigan of of my memory serves me right i read it over the weekend where he just basically said no i was wrong in what i was saying back in nineteen ninety eight probably is in his twenties at the time he had to be in his twenties or late twenties so that is interesting and at least it was at one point thought of wow that he believed this problem and then it was discovered that he had said no i don't believe that at all raymond catholic a little bit about him he's from michigan us court of appeals for the sixth circuit and catholics who joined the sixth circuit in in two thousand and eight again pretty long history long resume something rarely seen on the president supreme court lists now one of the things you got to keep in mind the president has given us this list and has expanded this list since before he was running there's nobody on this list or any of the names we're hearing that the president hasn't foretold up before he ever got elected in other words he just he's been very forthright about the type of justices he's looking for and that these are the type of people he would be examining anyway capital trojan opinion rejecting the eeoc in case seeking to limit private employer his use a credit checks for job applicants and the eoc arguing that the practice amounted to racial discrimination rate catholics accused the agency a hypocrisy and catholic also issued a politically charged ruling blasting the obama administration for continuous resistance to efforts to discover what actions the irs took against tea party groups nonprofit groups then another name that's come up pretty last minute is joan larsen judge larson confirmed by to the six circuit court of appeals previously served on the michigan supreme court from two thousand fifteen until earlier this year and before serving as a judge was on the university of michigan law school faculty for more than a decade what you know one of the things you've got to remember why is this not why is it that emigrants always get the judicial activists that they want and sometimes republican presidents how come sometimes they get it wrong well it's because the judge ginsburg one said that you know i'm not gonna comment on a particular case and that's sort of like the standard that they now use for every judge or or antonin scalia saying that i have to may maybe make decisions that the law demands that i personally don't even like so the big battle here is over judicial philosophy and that is and again in there all intellectuals they're all constitutional scholars and so sometimes far more complicated in nuance than anybody really knows and i don't know if there's anybody of certainty but there's been a lot of time for everybody to look to the background of these individuals i'm just gonna give you the information i don't know who the president society and you know i just it's gonna be interesting but i do believe the president has been very clear and believes originalism constitutionalism and he is against your digital activism so he was not going to be looking for somebody wants to legislate from the bench or us foreign law as a basis in a decision like some of our liberal justices have done in the past we'll also get common jay seculow coming up today newt gingrich coming up today greg jarrett and sarah carter we got a lot of deep state issues we gotta deal with i want to remind you if you wish someone a happy birthday on social media that may seem very innocent right okay these identity thieves can piece together that information from various places and then hack your friends account once they do that they can then snatched sensitive data like payment info and remember if your identity is stolen they'll take out credit cards loans in your names they'll destroy your good name and reputation they'll literally raise your bank.

george w bush nine years
"dc circuit court" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"dc circuit court" Discussed on WLAC

"He was appointed to the powerful dc circuit court of appeals in two thousand six by george w bush for whom he had previously served as assistant to the president and staff secretary graduate of yell law school clark for justice kennedy and part of the nineteen ninety eight he was a associate counsel ken starr that investigated clinton and that became a big issue last week is a results for him in his choice and is believed the clinton could have obstructed justice by sending out surrogates to defend him knowing that the surrogates were lying and he made a big deal in two thousand and nine about nine years later in a law review the believe it was a speech in michigan of of my memory serves me right i read it over the weekend where he just basically said no i was wrong in what i was saying back in one thousand nine eight probably is in his twenties at the time he had to be in his twenties or late twenties so that is interesting in at least it was at one point thought of wow that he believed this this is a problem and then it was discovered that he had said no i don't believe that at all raymond catholic a little bit about him he's from michigan us court of appeals for the sixth circuit and catholics who joined the sixth circuit and in two thousand and eight again pretty long history long resume something rarely seen on the president supreme court lists now one of the things you gotta keep in mind the president has given us this list and has expanded this list since before he was running there's nobody on this list or any of the names we're hearing that the president hasn't foretold up before he ever got elected in other words he just he's been very forthright about the type of justices he's looking for and that these are the type of people he would be examining anyway catholics wrote an opinion rejecting the eeoc and case seeking to limit private employers use a credit checks for job applicants and the eeoc arguing that the practice amount of racial discrimination rate catholics accused the agency had crecy and catholic also issued a politically charged ruling blasting the obama administration for continuous resistance to efforts to discover what actions the irs took against tea party groups nonprofit groups then another name that's come up pretty last minute is joan larson judge larson confirmed by to the sixth circuit court of appeals previously served on the michigan supreme court from twenty fifteen until earlier this year and before serving as a judge was on the university of michigan law school faculty for more than a decade what you know one of the things you've got to remember why is this not why is it that emma kratz always get the judicial activists that they want and sometimes republican presidents how come sometimes they get it wrong well it's because judge ginsburg one said that you know i'm not gonna comment on a particular case and that sort of like the standard that they now use for every judge or or antonin scalia saying that i have to may maybe make decisions that the law demands that i personally don't even like so the big battle here is over judicial philosophy and that is and again in there all intellectuals they're all constitutional scholars and so sometimes far more complicated in nuance in anybody really knows and i don't know if there's anybody of certainty but there's been a lot of time for everybody to look to the background of these individuals i'm just gonna give you the information i don't know who the president society and you know i just it's gonna be interesting but i do believe the president has been very clear and believes in originalism constitutionalism and he is against your digital activism so he was not going to be looking for somebody wants to legislate from the bench for us foreign law as a basis in decision some of our our liberal justices have done in the past we'll also get common jay seculow coming up today newt gingrich coming up today greg jarrett and sarah carter we got a lot of deep state issues we gotta deal with i want to remind you if you wish someone a happy birthday on social media that may seem very innocent right okay these identity thieves can piece together that information from various places and then hack your friends account once they do that they can then snatched sensitive data like payment info and remember if your identity is stolen they'll take out credit cards loans in your names they'll destroy your good name and reputation they'll literally raise your bank.

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"dc circuit court" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"dc circuit court" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"He was appointed to the powerful dc circuit court of appeals in two thousand six by george w bush for whom he had previously served as assistant to the president and staff secretary graduate of yell law school clerked for justice kennedy and part of the nineteen ninety eight he was associate counsel for ken starr that investigated clinton and that became a big issue last week is a results for him in his choice and is believed that clinton could have obstructed justice by sending out surrogates to defend him knowing that the surrogates were lying and then he made a big deal in two thousand and nine about nine years later in a law review unbelievable is a speech and michigan if i'm if my memory serves me right i read it over the weekend where he just basically said no i was wrong in what i was saying back in one thousand nine hundred eight probably is in his twenties at the time you had to be in his twenties or late twenties so that is interesting in the least it was at one point thought of wow that he believed this is a problem and then it was discovered that he had said no i don't believe that at all raymond catholic a little bit about him he's from michigan us court of appeals for the sixth circuit and catholics who joined the sixth circuit and in two thousand and eight again pretty long history long resume something rarely seen on the president supreme court lists now one of the things you got to keep in mind the president has given us this list and has expanded this list since before he was running there's nobody on this list or any of the names we're hearing that the president hasn't foretold up before he ever got elected in other words he just he's been very forthright about the type of justices he's looking for and that these type of people he would be examining anyway catholics wrote an opinion rejecting the eeoc and case seeking to limit private employers use a credit checks for job applicants and the eoc arguing that the practice amounted to racial discrimination rate a catholic accused the agency a hypocrisy and catholic also issued a politically charged ruling blasting the obama administration for continuous resistance the efforts to discover what actions the irs took against tea party groups nonprofit groups then another name that's come up pretty last minute is joan larson judge larson confirmed by to the sixth circuit court of appeals previously served on the michigan supreme court from two thousand fifteen until earlier this year and before serving as a judge was on the university of michigan law school faculty for more than a decade what you know one of the things you've got to remember why is this not why is it that emma kratz always get the judicial activists that they want and sometimes republican presidents how come sometimes they get it wrong well it's because judge ginsburg one said that you know well not gonna comment on a particular case and that sort of like the standard that they now use for every judge or or antonin scalia saying that i have to may maybe make decisions that the law demands that i personally don't even like so the big battle here is over judicial philosophy and that is and again in there all intellectuals they're all constitutional scholars and so sometimes far more complicated in nuance than anybody really knows and i don't know if there's anybody of certainty but there's been a lot of time for everybody to look to the background of these individuals i'm just gonna give you the information i don't know who the president's society in you know i just it's going to be interesting but i do believe the president has been very clear and believes in originalism constitutionalism and he is against your social activism so he was not going to be looking for somebody wants to legislate from the bench or us foreign law as a basis a decision like some of our our liberal justices have done in the past we'll also get common jay secular coming up today newt gingrich coming up today greg jarrett and sarah carter we got a lot of deep state issues we gotta deal with i want to remind you if you wish someone a happy birthday on social media that may seem very innocent right okay these identity thieves compete together that information from various places and then hack your friends account once they do that they can then snatched sensitive data like payment info and remember if your identity is stolen they'll take credit cards loans in your names they'll destroy your good name and reputation they'll literally raise your bank.

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"dc circuit court" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"dc circuit court" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The national observers think by any chance when we come back on the air at two that there had start to be similar leagues no i'll say no he kept a tight lid on the gorsuch announcement and he was very very pleased so no i think they'll keep the lid on this one in in a white house that has just been inundated with leaks from day one and that's why i asked you know do we do we think that that will continue or as he just had enough of all the leaks coming from the white house that he's not saying anything all reports indicate he is still considering four brad kavanagh of the dc circuit court of appeals amy coney barrett of the chicago circuit court of appeals thomas hardiman third circuit court of appeals in raymond catholic who was on the cincinnati circuit court of appeals and he continued over the weekend speaking with advisors even talking again to some of these candidates weighing this very very important decision this is huge melinda this is a huge decision because as we've seen over the the past few weeks that these surpreme court justices hold a huge bearing on the laws that are here that they can change and overturn things that have been ineffective so whoever he points points and if they get past everybody and get elected and nominated i guess not just nominated but actually elected to that seat confirmed by the senate confirmed it could be very huge on how they vote from here on out i am still hoping for amy coney barrett primarily because she is said to be from the justice scalia school of the us constitution and the role of judges interpreting the original intent of the founders and that's what we want someone that is going based on the constitution not their own personal beliefs are how they feel that the majority of the country rules it's based solely on the constitution she was a clerk for scalia she is the youngest of the people being considered at age forty six the mother of seven they had five children of their own and then adopted two children from haiti she's only been a judge a short time compared to the others who he's considering so her record is not that extensive but she does come with high praise and she was confirmed by the senate and placed her on the chicago circuit court of appeals well with her being young as we see these people hang on 'til they're about one hundred so i mean that means the seat for awhile yes absolutely now reporter cabinet phillips decided to go to new york university over the weekend and it was one of those where they play a trick on the college students kind of like a man on the street and ask the questions see where their head is yes he said what do you think about trump's pick for the us supreme court what do you think of the person he announced what's your reaction to the the justice nominee today i'm honestly not surprised by choice worse for us i just saw a pick and i was like it's almost at the point where you kind of expect that it's not going to be what you want he's quite extreme in his views and i don't know who would make the supreme court very even the guy that hasn't even been picked as quite extreme in his views he's a horrible peg or the lady who may end up being the pick yes so this is not existing pick nyu students are already against all right here are the numbers for you to join us five one eight three six zero five ninety you can call you can text us here.

Massachusetts top court upholds 20-day voter registration cut-off

WBZ Afternoon News

03:07 min | 3 years ago

Massachusetts top court upholds 20-day voter registration cut-off

"Is a private company says is planning to offer common shares investment firm silverlake and michael dell took del private in two thousand thirteen companies still losing money but tells losses have been tracking and sales grew nineteen percent in his latest quarter business reports at eight and thirty eight past the hour i'm tracy jonky bloomberg business on wbz newsradio ten thirty tracy thank you and the white house has just announced that secretary of state mike pompeo we'll make another diplomatic trick to north korea it will be his third trip to pyongyang white house press secretary sarah sanders has pompeo will leave for the korean peninsula on july fifth so this week and you can expect fireworks if a different kind after president trump's announced been next week on his choice to replace retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy the president says just this morning he interviewed four candidates for the post he plans on meeting with four others before next week's announcement cbs's steven portnoy reports abortion rights will be a key factor in the senate debate after the nominee is known in the campaign the president made it clear he'd appoint justices who would vote to overturn roe versus wade now he says he won't ask perspective picks for their views on abortion the list from which he's choosing has been preapproved by conservative groups cbs news has learned the two leading contenders are both pella judges brent kavanagh of the dc circuit court and amy coney barrett of the seventh circuit based in chicago the white house says counsel don mcgann will lead the overall nomination process as he did for the confirmation of justice neal gorsuch last year former governor deval patrick's brotherinlaw will spend the fourth of july locked up after making his plea for freedom while awaiting trial the prosecutor told the judge she wants former governor deval patrick's brotherinlaw bernard sigh of milton held without bail until he goes to trial he's accused of raping kidnapping and assaulting a woman last december in an apartment the two shared the victim claims he forced her to have sex and held her against her will cy has pleaded not guilty and ordered no contact with the woman but today milton police detective vaulter pirates testified that earlier this year cycle used a special app to anonymously send messages and texts and that he asked a friend to kidnap her so that he could talk to her the judge is expected to make a decision on bail on july eighteenth in norfolk county superior court sheri small wbz newsradio ten thirty in massachusetts the cutoff voter registration remains at twenty days prior to election day the aclu had gone to court arguing the cutoff came just when people's interest in the candidates and issues is peaking will the aclu argued that cutoff prevents thousands of qualified on registered voters from translating that interest into action in other words from voting well the supreme court did not agree ruling the twenty day cutoff is quote reasonable and their words wbz news time four forty two traffic in a minute tom cuddy right now in the as tikka dot com sports studio red sox nationals first of three washington rick pacelle oh starts day two of.

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"dc circuit court" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"dc circuit court" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Talk about popular sovereignty and democracy and all the rest the only believe in these things if they result in empowering the centralized state otherwise they reject them completely they reject election results they don't like and they have this permanent bureaucracy the administrative state people have been fond of calling it the deep state it's the administrative state it is ubiquitous we had a ruling by the dc circuit court of appeals which was stacked under harry reid tutelage in the senate and barack obama's and the white house they added a few more seats to that the court in order to control it this is how diabolical ar and he panel the court a threejudge panel two of them both appointed by obama ruled and he two to one vote at donald trump in a particular epa regulation couldn't repeal it have you ever heard anything so absurd so the president who's in charge of the executive branch honorary constitution can't repeal what subordinates have done in his own executive branch this is what i mean the tyranny of progressivism ladies and gentleman lawless rogue like completely unmarked from our founding let alone our constitutional system so bernie sanders says republicans talk a lot about freedom and choice but you cannot truly be free if you.

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"dc circuit court" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"dc circuit court" Discussed on WJR 760

"A word about any of those things because bernie doesn't believe in any of those things because bernie is exactly what the founders aboard they know about bernie sanders and his ilk at the time of the founding bernie sanders and his hillock wrap themselves and populist rhetoric like to talk about popular sovereignty and democracy and all the rest the only believe in these things if they result in empowering the centralized state otherwise they reject them completely they reject election results they don't like and they have this permanent bureaucracy the administrative state people have been fond of calling it the deep state it's the administrative state it is ubiquitous we had a ruling by the dc circuit court of appeals which was stacked under harry reid tutelage in the senate and barack obama's and the white house they added a few more seats to that court in order to control it this has how diabolical era any panel the court a threejudge panel two of them both appointed by obama ruled and he two to one vote that donald trump in a particular epa regulation couldn't repeal it have you ever heard anything so absurd so the president who is in charge of the executive branch honorary constitution can't repeal let's subordinates have done in his own executive branch this is what i mean the tyranny of progressivism ladies and gentlemen lawless rogue like completely on more from our founding let alone our constitutional system so bernie sanders says republicans talk a lot about freedom and choice but you cannot truly be free if you.

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"dc circuit court" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"dc circuit court" Discussed on KELO

"Bernie doesn't believe in any of those things because bernie is exactly what the founders aboard they knew about bernie sanders and his ilk at the time of the founding bernie sanders and his hillock wrap themselves and populist rhetoric like to talk about popular sovereignty and democracy and all the rest the only believe in these things if they result in empowering the centralized state otherwise they reject them completely they reject election results they don't like and they have this permanent bureaucracy the administrative state people have been found of calling it the deep state it's the administrative state it is ubiquitous we had a ruling by the dc circuit court of appeals which was stacked under harry reach tutelage in the senate and barack obama's in the white house they added a few more seats to that the court in order to control it this is how diabolical ar any panel the court a threejudge panel to some of them both appointed by obama ruled and he two to one vote the donald trump in a particular epa regulation couldn't repeal it have you ever heard anything so absurd for the president who is in charge of the executive branch honorary constitution can't repeal what subordinates have done in his own executive branch this is what i mean the tyranny of progressivism ladies and gentleman lawless rogue like completely on from our founding let alone our constitutional system so bernie sanders says republicans talk a lot about freedom and choice but you cannot truly be free if you.

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