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"david latte" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Watch night. Waiting to see who else. The president will grant clemency to before his term ends tomorrow. Trump is already granted reprieves to others. Paul manafort roger stone and michael. Flynn along with three. Former republican members of congress for military contractors involved in the killing of civilians in iraq trump also been considering preemptive pardons for himself and his family though sources. Tell nbc news. That is now unlikely to happen. President was reportedly warned that such pardons could increase family's legal exposure as well as the odds. Trump himself could be convicted in his senate impeachment trial in new york times. Reports of trump has been going back and forth of whether pardoned former senior adviser. Steve bannon who was charged with defrauding donors to an online campaign to supposedly build a border wall in other words bilking trump supporters. No matter what trump does it won't change the fact that anyone who served this ministration supported it will be marked by that association for the rest of their lots talk about that. I'm joined now by conservative. Attorney george conway. Staunch trump critic co founder of the lincoln project. I george let's start with the sort of logic around preemptive pardons of family which he appears maybe persuaded out of. Although i'll believe it when i see it i think the argument there right is that you're painting a big red arrow people as of local prosecutors and maybe that is persuasive right. There are a couple of issues as pardons of his family. One is that blanket pardons parts that don't specify particular offenses that are being pardoned in other words any and all offenses which is what ford did for. Nixon are questionable validity. There's a real academic debate as to whether or not you can do that. And it's not been resolved by the courts and in order to make sure that the pardons work what he'd have to do is actually list some offenses that somebody might say these him or his family may have committed. So that's that's not really an inviting thing to do. Another aspect of pardons is the fact that accepting apart is is considered to be some sort of admission of culpability. You don't accept pardon if you're you're innocent and then the other problems he has are as you mentioned. He's really on on unsalted precarious ground with with the united states senate and he's facing a senate impeachment trial and then finally the one way to test a pardon if it's a federal pardon by federal in federal court is for federal prosecutors to actually bring charges. That's the only way you can really test the validity validity of a pardon. So if he pardons himself or or his family or friends that's full most encouraging prosecutors to bring a case detach challenge the pardon and as you know the state prostate prosecutors may be more energize because they're not that all prohibited by a pardon a federal pardon and bringing a prosecution. Yeah that last point strikes me as important as you think about also sort of rebuilding the department of justice in the wake of what's been done to it right that the department of justice the oil see. I think doesn't think you can issue. Uh ralph barton and so if you if you do that like you're almost kind of waving a red a red cape in front of the jobs because it cannot stand that that's essentially precedential and untested. The president could do whatever he wants to do. And then eleven fifty nine be like i. Pardon myself i'm out right. And as you say the doj in one thousand nine hundred seventy four in the waning hours of nixon's presidency just before he resigned issued a very very short opinion. And it was clearly rush. Somebody at the white house said. Hey you want these thinking of doing this. Can you get us something. And it'll made point that. Under anglo american jurisprudence day going back centuries a person is not supposed to be the judge in his own case right. There's also another reason why self parnes are questionable validity the fact that the constitution talks about the grant of pardon and the use of the word grant means typically that i am granting. Use your knee something. You can't grant something to yourself. And that is the other a strong argument yet phones and one that would appeal. I think to a conservative court. That is focused on. The text of the constitution would go to the supreme court. Yeah i wanna talk about that in a second one more question on the on this point. I mean it seems to me that the category of manafort stone and flint is kind of its own category for presidential pardons. It's not clear. I mean you've got you've got of course the ford pardon of nixon you do have the iran contra pardons at the end of george h.w. Bush but i mean these are people that essentially cooperated than didn't appear to have dodged and lie before the president or at least on behalf of the larger project and then we're rescued by the president with the pardon. It's it's hard to come up precedents of that and that's right. I mean it's really Abusive to pardon people who at least in the case particularly in the case roger stone could be a witness against the president if you look at the the senate select committee on intelligence report that came out in august. The republicans basically came to the conclusion that trump may have perjured himself in regard to the conversations that stone knowing about the conversation that stone had about wikileaks and that that brings up another important point about the dangers of pardoning. Your compatriots in that. Is that if you pardon your co-conspirator well that co-conspirator can no longer plead the fifth amendment right as to crimes. That hasn't already been convicted for to avoid testifying about what you did. And that's another problem has about get with with respect to giving pardons is. They could by minimizing potential for additional criminal exposure. If there is some in the federal court he could actually reduce the protections that those potential witnesses against him have against to resist testimony testifying against him final question. It's a broader one. Interesting piece by david latte who's Been writing about sort of legal culture federal courts and things like that forever about the federalist society sort of conservative legal organization ano and sort of internal debates beginning for a number of reasons one. I think josh hawley ted cruz. They're both federalist society members both sort of products of the conservative legal elite. Both skoda's clerk ships clerked on the supreme court. For conservative republican appointed justices are part of this pipeline that produces conservative legal stars and a question of like there must be something rotten with the process or the culture here if it's producing two individuals willing to do what they were willing to do and try to seat the man who lost in an election. I wonder whether you think there's some deep introspection to happen among conservative legal circles right now oh i think they're absolutely is on info interest of full disclosure. I'm a member of the board of visitors of the federals. Been one for a long time. Yeah i think there's a lot of concern among conservative lawyers. And that's been no there's been an undercurrent of it for four years and the recent events have really brought it to the four. I think a lot of people are very very disappointed and shocked at the willingness of of senators crews in holly in pursuit of political ambition to basically disregard the constitution of the united states that they saw so emphasize in their in their speeches and whatnot. That they are the ultimate that they are guardians. So yes. I absolutely is a concern about that. I think the function of what's going on here is it's a function of political ambition for these two individuals. I don't think they have a lot of support among conservative lawyers at least intelligent conservative lawyers even ones who have been silent about trump. george conway scraped to talking tonight. I think i really appreciate you coming on. Thank you for having me all right tonight. Incoming president biden pays tribute to the more than four hundred.
"david latte" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio
"This marketplace podcast is supported by Deloitte private offering business insight and strategies tailored to the needs of privately held companies. To help them navigate today's uncertainty and build resilience online at Deloitte dot com slash US slash Cova. IMF as host of the marketplace podcast. This is uncomfortable. Halloween is coming up and what better way to celebrate than with stories about financial decisions that still haunt you. Like say that time your mom caught you over drafting your bank account on adult websites, and I suddenly realized that one of these things is Mr Skin Dot com and thirty dollars a month and. Then new episode of this is uncomfortable drops. Thursday you can listen wherever you get your podcasts. NEW MEASURES TO CONTAIN A second wave of corona virus in Europe, are sending fresh shivers through financial markets live from London. This is the marketplace morning report from the BBC World Service I'm Victoria Craig good. Morning European stocks hit a five month low today as leaders across the continent ready. A new raft of restrictions to slow rapidly rising covid. Nineteen case counts the World Health Organization told the BBC that in the last week Europe's Daily Cova fatalities rose by nearly forty percent. It's a statistic the WHO has described as intense and alarming as concerns about hospital capacity mountain investors are also worried about the effect new restrictions will have on the euro-zone economy which contracted. Twelve percent during the first round of lockdown measures between April. June. This morning stocks in Frankfurt and Paris or down about three percent benchmarks in Milan and Madrid are sliding between two and two and a half percent automakers. Banks are leading losses here in Europe while stock futures in the US or down more than one percent, we'll take you around the continent for an update on how European leaders are continuing to adjust their containment measures. We start in Italy where just three days ago the government closed down theaters, bars and restaurants, and has now introduced even more measures to stop people from gathering in groups. From Rome, the BBC's Mark Lowen kicks off our coverage. Sections and covid fatigue arising fast with the highest number of fatalities since mid-may. Protests have started in cities across the country. The mood is beginning to turn here and the government has warned of an autumn of social tension ahead I'm Jenny Hill in Violin Angela, Merkel is due to hold an emergency meeting with the leaders of the sixteen German states. Hey Sambas hey are low off than in many other parts of Europe but the speed. With which they're rising her scientists and politicians really worried MRS, Michael, who's made no secret of her concern is expected to urge regional prime ministers to implement further restrictions possibly a limit on hassle mixing, and if things get worse closure bars and restaurants, the Christie not schools this is Houston fueled in Paris where the French government has been taken by surprise by the. Second. Covert wave fifty thousand new cases a day of being reported, and that's probably a big underestimate. So later, today President Macron is going to announce drastic new restrictions probably a new national lockdown as in March but with some key differences schools, for example, will probably stay open for business. It's going to be another massive blow after the economy picked up in the third quarter. It looks inevitable that it'll contract again between now and the end of the year I'm Rob Cameron in Prague where people will no. Longer be able to leave their homes after nine pm without a good reason as a new nighttime curfew comes in the government meanwhile has confirmed it will ask parliament to extend the state of Emergency Ju to expire next week and also primary school pupils will not return to school on Monday despite a cast iron promise two weeks ago. The Czech. Republic now stands on the brink of the crisis. It avoided in spring as officials from the prime minister down one, the country's hospitals face being overwhelmed with. COVID. Patients. That the BBC's Rob Cameron in Prague ending that round up for us. In these difficult times, a reliable flow of medical grade oxygen much purer than the air we breathe has helped save the lives of hundreds of thousands of corona virus patients in some countries though oxygen has been in desperately short supply the BBC's Mike Johnson. Has Been discovering why and what's being done to address the problem. Hostile ventilator driving medical oxygen into the lungs of a critically ill patient. Name is David Latte I'm five I am a WHO've in one, thousand, nine, hundred and survivor I live in New York about five days or so into my hospital stay is somebody came into my room and this person said look your oxygen levels are plummeting. We're going to have to put you on a ventilator as it turns out the ventilator which forced oxygen into David's lungs did help save his life but for developing nations without such advanced infrastructure, life-giving oxygen is much more expensive and much. Harder to find Peru has the worst covid nineteen death rates relative to population size of any major country in the world desperate Peruvians have been forced to turn to a new black market for oxygen with cylinders for sale at hugely inflated prices. What we have seen in city after city is lines of people with cylinders to refill family members became responsible for finding the oxygen for their ill relative delta. Valerie passed. So Don is a community health expert based in Lima the prices of oxygen tanks. To, almost eighteen hundred dollars probably about three months salary for the average professional citizen in many of the parts of the country who the World Bank and also the children's charity UNICEF F of now shipped thousands of what are known as the concentrated to more than one hundred countries. These portable machines remove nitrogen from the air to produce an oxygen rich stream of. In another positive step forward, the Peruvian government now says it will sixty five new medical oxygen plants attached to hospitals and health centres. So how big a help does doctor Valerie pass parcel done in Lima think that will be it should make a difference but probably not enough and it's coming a little too late in the meantime corona virus survivor David Latte in New York finds it hard to believe that the oxygen which kept him alive has run out for so many others it's shocking and it's really terrifying to think that there are people out there in other countries who can't get access to this medical or supplemental oxygen oxygen is in the air that we breathe and it's definitely essential. That's David Latte ending that report from the BBC's Mike Johnson. They're finally London's Heathrow Airport is no longer Europe's busiest that status nob- alongs to. Francis. Charles de Gaulle airport he throws boss says, the change is due to faster adoption of covid nineteen testing capacity and other parts of Europe. He told the BBC this morning though that despite reporting a loss of nearly two billion dollars in the first nine months of this year, the airport could keep going for another fifteen months even if there were no passengers at all in London I'm Victoria, Craig with the marketplace morning report from the BBC World Service. I'm just in Ho with marketplace the economy is changing so fast it's hard to keep up. So our latest podcast is here to help it's called the marketplace minute give us just sixty seconds and we'll bring you the latest on what's happening in the economy three times a day market updates business news in hell the numbers affects your personal economy. We'll tell you what you need to know and why it matters just ask your smart speaker to play the marketplace minute or find it wherever you get your podcasts..
"david latte" Discussed on The Takeaway
"That was David Latte founding editor of above the law illegal news website and a managing director in the new. York. Office of lateral link, a nationwide legal recruiting firm, and we wanna hear your experiences about living with and recovering from covid nineteen. How're you doing weeks or months after contracting the virus eight, seven, seven, eight my take is our Colin Line and you can tweet US also I'm at Tenzin Vega and the show is at the takeaway. I'm Tansy Vega and you're listening to the takeaway. This week marked the start of black August a month long observance of black resistance that's been around since the nineteen seventies this year following weeks of nationwide protests against police brutality, systemic racism, black August is finding renewed popularity. It's a time of reaffirmation rededication to the Movement for Black Liberation with a special emphasis on political prisoners and prisoners of war. My name is Sunday to cater to charge your m. a associate professor at the University of Illinois in the Departments of African American Studies in. History. According to soon, Diatta historically, there have been certain rituals associated with black. August and that includes things like physical exercise and fasting. It's a moment where people do fast from Sunup to sundown its time, which there is intense study particularly in the fields of black history and revolutionary and writings with a special emphasis on the work of George Jackson. Jackson was a revolutionary author Field Marshall of the black. Panther Party and also the CO founder of the black guerrilla family a political group in California prisons. At the time Jackson spent more than a decade at San Quentin State prison on charges of armed robbery until his death in August nineteen seventy-one Jackson and other politicized prisoners found themselves constantly at odds with guards in the guards which supply members of white supremacist groups with weapons such as knives to attack and kill a highly political prisoners in one such incident there's a struggle on the yard and Aaron Brothers attacking people. George Jackson makes a decision to use it as an effort to try and escape. And in the midst of that, he shot and killed in the prison Yar Jackson Dan is He's he you know he's a martyr for the movement, the Black Panther Party EP Newton, eulogize Jackson, and black guerrilla family. In the wake of having lost Jackson and his younger brother Jonathan a year before she was security. For Angela Davis, they make a decision to memorialize Jackson and his teachings in that's birth of black blackhawks cindy many Americans have heard of black history month but very few including myself as I mentioned had not. Heard about the tradition of black August why do you think that is? One I think it's because it's recent. Ready. Begins in the early Seventies Nineteen, seventy one after the assassination of George Jackson. To. It comes out of penal system specifically in California and it doesn't really begin to. Hit the broader population of people outside of prison until nine, hundred, seventy, nine, or so. And unless one. Had A connection to a black liberation. Organization that was concerned about political prisoners and prisoners of war is likely that one wouldn't have heard about it until we get to the late nineties. Early, two thousand s when Demarco Mex- grassroots movement. Came up with a project is buyer by Sasha core. To US hip hop as a way of publicising. The plight of African, American. Political Prisoners beginning in nineteen, ninety eight there was a concert of Malcolm x grassroots took a series of artists common Dave Banner. Yes. In Bay, the former most deaf black star artists like that took them to Cuba and subsequently Dan began to take these orders around the world South Africa Tanzania Brazil INS Walea, and of course, concerts in United States. So that gave Black August and bit of publicity. Blake August is similar to Kwanza, not just inform, but also ineffective quasi was a celebration that was only in the black community for several decades. And then it began to slowly spread into much broader segment of the black community and into mainstream America and we see Black August as beginning to move in that same direction Cindy Outta the month of August is also full of other major moments in the history of black resistance. It's not just about the death of George Jackson and others at Saint Quentin but it's also a month where many black revolutionaries were born right either they were born or most important activities occurred in the month of August. So if we think really big pitcher The major event that associates August with black resistance, and that's why we referred to it as black August resistance month would be the Haitian revolution of seventeen ninety. One that outbreak begins in August also Gabriel prosser his conspiracy of eighteen hundred. The area Richmond Virginia that also begins in August as does net Turner's eighteen, thirty, one rebellion and a rebellion in new in eighteen, forty three. But it is also the month in which the NAG wbz boys and William Monroe Trotter form the Niagara Movement is also the month in which Marcus Garvey he was born in. August. But more importantly, he created the Universal, Negro? Improvement Association also month of August so August is replete with billions slave revolts and formation of organizations that sought to liberate black people either US and or worldwide. Are we seeing this black August. More in recent years given particularly the racial justice uprising that we're seeing around the country after the death of George Floyd. Guess precisely, what we're seeing I think that it's because. Of the emphasis over the last six years since death of Michael Brown is emphasis on the injustice of the criminal justice system. This emphasis on police use of excessive and deadly force has also raised the question around black political prisoners, and so one of.
"david latte" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Other portrayals that I've seen in the past homeland, a show that I have watched throughout the years which stars, Claire Day where she plays a woman with bipolar disorder and Harper trail is very nuanced but I think there's still this tendency. To be just kind of flip you know and talk about using the word crazy to describe people and insane and showing people in a almost a garish kind of cartoonish sort of way which only adds to the stigma. But I do feel like there is a lot of improvement that is happening. You do see people opening up more in their perspectives and their depictions of how people are dealing with trauma like. I made a story which deals with the aftermath of sexual assault. You heard the character deal with PTSD and that's been a very grounded and nuanced and realistic portrayal of it. So I feel like things are are going in the right direction, but we still have some ways to go. You know what we need to turn the spotlight on ourselves. A lot of journalists in this profession is not an easy profession. Daniel is you know a lot of US struggle with mental illness or experienced mental health issues as a result of the job. Is there something that newsrooms can do? Newsrooms can definitely do a better job of supporting their employees who struggled with mental illness. Mostly, the issue that people don't realize like you can go go go go go but eventually you'll become useless and not be able to do your job. If you don't check in on your mental health, you're not helpful to the mission of the news organization if you're so sick that you can't do your job. So it's important for there to be employee wellness programs for there to be adequate mental healthcare within healthcare plans. Adequate coverage for mental health. There has to be adequate time off for when people are experiencing burnout are having severe distress. There needs to be more flexible hours. One of the things that's been great about where I work is that we have unlimited PTO and we have very flexible work hours. So I often tell my employees you know if you need to take a half day, take a half day. If you need to take a week off, let me know in advance will schedule that week. See You can get your head. Back together. I try to be very supportive of my staff and continue to have a regular conversation around mental health and staying on top of it because you know these jobs are very stressful and so it's very, very important for everyone to check in with themselves and say am I at my optimal best if I'm not, what can I do to get back to it? And newsrooms need to be supportive of whatever measures though staff writers, those editors need to get back to a place of these. Very important words, Danielle and I hope newsrooms are listening Danielle Belton is the editor in chief at the Root Danielle. Thanks so much for joining me. Thank you for. I'm Johanna mayor host of science fiction from science Friday and WNYC studios over the next few weeks. We are all about food how restaurants became restaurants. The first restaurants replaces you went not to eat and the linguistic tricks that make food sound delicious. Totally ruined my ability to look at names in the way that normal person. Find Science fiction wherever you got your podcasts. As, we learn more about the corona virus. We know that it can affect healthy people of all ages, and that recovery can be an apostle battle. My Name is David Latte I'm the founding editor of about the law, a legal website and managing director in the New York office of Lateral Inc legal recruiting firm it started off with some fatigue then as the days progressed. I developed a high fever going as high as around one. Oh, four joint aches. David has been on the takeaway before he's forty five and he caught the coronavirus in early March in new. York. City. Before any of us really knew what the virus was and what kind of impact it would have on today. So David talked us through what his experience.
"david latte" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet
"They're on their feet working such long hours. Try to see the world from their perspective. Don't ring the call bell every five minutes with some minor random requests. There are a lot of people in the hospital. You have to understand that and respect that and then I guess the last thing I would just say was. It says the term that they use a lot in medical circles. Try To be compliant if they tell you to do something. Try to follow that. Because they don't have time to necessarily explain the reasons but their reasons for pretty much every protocol in a hospital. So David we're following your progress and you were tweeting and posting on social media that you were you were doing better than you come off the ventilator and I thought it'd be nice to have this conversation but I was not sure that I should reach out to you and then I did and you responded very quickly even though I think he was still in the hospital. It was march thirtieth so two days before you were released and then of course you've done a number of interviews on some writing. What is the reason why you're being so public and describing you know what's very personal and painful experience? What are you hoping to accomplish by doing that? Well so initially. When I took to social media was just to notify people interacted with that they got symptoms. They should get tested because it was very difficult to get tested unless you could point to an interaction with a known carrier and so I want to let everybody know that I got such a strong response to those initial twitter and facebook postings. I thought you know what? Why don't I try sharing my real-time story of dealing with this disease with a broader audience because again there's just such a hunger for information about this new and unknown disease? So that's what I've been doing over the past few weeks and it's been really gratifying. I mean I heard from a lot of other people struggling this disease. I've heard from the loved ones that people going through it. I try to offer whatever inside can again. I'm not a medical or public health expert but to the extent that something for my experience can help someone. I try to share that and I've tried to use the platform. I have to emphasize a couple of points That this is a very serious disease that can affect even people who were young and generally healthy like myself and I've also just tried to emphasize all the public health warnings in terms of staying home and washing hands and wearing masks Because I I don't know how I got this. It was so called community spread but I don't think I was taking precautions. I mean I know I wasn't taking those precautions back in early March or late February which is probably around the time that I got infected and so I think if we're going to beat this we really need to take concerted action and keep up with what we're doing. Franks again. Good luck to you and your family. Thanks for talking about these things. I know it can't be easy. There were a lot of people pulling for you. We still are and continue to be an important voice. Not just uncovered nineteen and the issues relating to the disease but also on all the legal things you care about Alex forward to talking with you and seeing. Thank you so much for your support during the past few weeks and for me on the show just now Thank you David. Conversation continues for members of the cafe insider community to hear the state bonus material with Wes Moore and David Latte and get the exclusive weekly.
"david latte" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Fever chills the next day. The patients fever spiked up to one hundred and four then came the cough and the chest congestion symptoms that we now recognize the calling card of Corona virus by March fifteenth less than a week after the symptoms first started the patient's breathing it becomes so labor that he had no choice but to go to the emergency room. They looked at him but sent him home. Twenty four hours later with the patient's breathing deteriorating rapidly he was back in the air and this time they admitted him to the hospital. The patient in the store is David Latte who is the founder of the excellent and essential legal blog above the law dot COM Before he got too sick to continue David use twitter to detail the increasingly heroin curve balls. This virus was throwing at him the day he was so weak he had trouble eating just bringing the fork to his mouth. Let him left him winded our when he found himself gripping onto the counter at the emergency room admissions desk because he was too weak to stand without doing so within five days of being admitted to the hospital. David took a dramatic turn for the worse he was moved into the intensive care unit. He was intimated and he was put on a ventilator which is terrifying. Not just because of everything you've heard about the chronic lack of ventilators nationwide. It's also scary. Because the data has shown that patients who go onto ventilators have considerable reason to worry if they will ever come off that ventilator but David Latte did after nearly a week on April first he tweeted quote not an April fools joke after seventeen days in the hospital including six days on a ventilator. I am being discharged since said about his ordeal quote. I don't think I fully my head and heart around the enormity of what I've just been through. I'm so grateful to be alive and we are grateful to have him here tonight. Joining us now. Is David Latte founder of above the law dot com and his husband's action top David thank you both so much for being here. I know this is probably the last thing in the world. Do you want to be doing but thank you? We're thrilled to be here. Mitchell thrilled that we're able to yes. Well we're all throw that you're able to be here David. Let me just ask how you're feeling I can hear you're still you're still horse. I know that you said you feel like you have a long way to go for your recovery. But how are you? Yes I am quite horse Rachel. I still feel a little weaker. Winded walk across the room. I find myself handy little plastic stool in the shower. Because you can't stand for the whole time but it's a lot better to be admitted they took care of me and when you go but it's much better to be home into the hostile so good to be here. Zack let me just ask you. About some of the time that you have have spent a here Without David I know that particularly the time that he was in the ICU that he was on the ventilator You were effectively alone He's anesthetized he's on the ventilator he's not able to communicate with you in any way I just imagined that must have been harrowing absolutely. It was horrible Communicate with David obviously but also was at times very difficult to communicate with the hospital because they were so overwhelmed and of course. You couldn't go to see David. Because of Corona virus. Oh Everything. He was isolated And I also with recovery from the virus at the time so it was quite the confluence of terrible. The David One of the things that you've said since you came home is that you are looking forward to being able to donate plasma in the hope that that could be used as part of the research to try to develop a vaccine or cure treatment. How how do you feel your treatment was obviously there is no treatment for this disease that is FDA approved? There's a number of different experimental treatments that are being tried. There's no vaccine yet. Essentially Care Right now is supportive. How do you feel like your treatment was and what are you hoping for their in terms of people are going to be going through? What you just went through Soon you the end of my stay at hospital. I actually did donate some Mike Plasma to researchers add in Wayland gone who are conducting a couple of different studies. I felt like it gave them a gallon of blood. They had different files for different things that they wanted to study. Studies are underway. And I think there really weren't Rachel because there's so many different treatments out there in the market. You're not really sure what works. I received a couple of different things I received a drug clerk wine and As detrimental which is of course much talked about the president has talked about it a lot but the evidence is not clear. It's slowly they're I received a a drug called classic. Kitchen AD gets designed to deal with strong immune reaction that can lead to lung failure. Which is what happened in my case a strong reactions to the virus and I also received an antiviral called collegial cyrus these three different things. I don't know if any of the work I don't know if all of them work I don't know if they were counterproductive. We don't know so. I think we really need to do more research absolutely and the way that those clinical trials are structured the The different regulatory bodies. They're going to have to go through the different countries they're going to be conducted in. This is GonNa take such incredible leadership from a medical research point of view in order to get this done And and yet there. Is this incredibly human story at the heart of this. I guess I'll just ask you guys to know you have a two year old son And that part of part of this ordeal was thinking about his ongoing care. Also Your parents staying with your parents worrying about being You both having been exposed. You both having been virus. Worrying about potential exposure of your family's how have you navigated some of those currents so after Lee Both David especially started showing signs of of a virus. We didn't think at the time that it was necessarily Rona virus. We actually had our son go with David's parents To protect him and protect is nanny and of course then we were nervous after condoms corona virus that they were expose fortunately They seemed been okay. And whether our son to your own added or not You know since he was exposed as he may well been but fortunately he's been fine but figuring out what to do to protect. Everyone was very tricky and very scary and David. I know that your recovery is going to be significant. Ventilator itself for six days is an ordeal for the body In terms of what you were going to have to recover for but we're so happy to lay eyes on you And to see you both on the other side of this. Thank you both for helping us understand what you've been through and welcome home great coverage thank you. Thanks for Saints on David Latte again founder of above the law DOT COM husband. Is this action top. All right we got more to get to tonight. Stay with US.
"david latte" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce
"Can we share some of these since gene of course share them all on twitter over some of the things? I don't know which of the various kids actually shared. What was all four kids or was it just actually shared there so the first one was what stressed me out when mommy yells. Yes that's all four kids not by the way I I tweeted gene. I'm like worse when daddy yells and he was like he's like they're not scared. Dab yells only Yeltsin in overhead thought bubbles so so I mean but you know loud noises. He crying when OBI helps me when people don't clean up after themselves and people fight. Bossy people when people waste time. When I can't find something I need because stressors right And then the care for things like we can listen. We can talk with spot respectfully in front of people we can look for help and other places try. I can clean up before von fights. Mind Your Business. Try to understand each other and we can read it. Draw and Make things I guess when we are board which is Great So knowing these things How how does that turn into? I guess the schedule the end of actually creating for the kids We the schedule about we have Is very similar to our schedule in the summertime Because again the kids are at home and we want to emphasize that we need to get our work done before we play. And so that that's basically the principle of that struck schedule us to get all your work done in the morning so you can play in the afternoon and if you don't get all your work done in the morning then you're going to you know you're going to shorten your free time. And so the kids have been really motivated to try to get all their work done in before lunch But we have made some adjustments as we've gone on So for example in the morning I really wanted to do a check in with the kids because I think there are things that are going on in their heads they're not always voicing and so I start off by the senator dumb in the beginning but it's actually I'll just share. I think they go around the table and they share affirmations of each other and this is something that I did as volleyball coach after a game. I gathered all the kids. And you know they're having their snacks. But we're still huddled and we're just going over affirmations for each team member because I wanted them to see that. Each team member contributed to our game and the outcome of that game. And so instead of you know putting blame on somebody for not playing. Well wanted them to keep their eyes on the positive and over time they just work towards that positive and really Look forward to that time to gather at the end and really share out there. What they saw each other team members do and so I kind of wanted that idea to play out in our family In in the beginning they're kind of awkward about it but it's funny how you know in the course of our first week at home. They've really cherished what each other have said about them. And it's almost like they want it to happen again. The next and so they sort of work to build that relationship. I'm seeing slowly happen And there's a lot less bickering. I feel like Because they want to be noticed for their good good deeds of the The other thing that we added In our morning prayer is to have the kids share out their prayer which which really ends up being a way for them to voice. Their concerns their worries and One of the things. I did this with my class. Also I didn't want the kids to be carrying around burdens throughout their day and so to share it in the morning I feel like it does. Lighten their low that they're carrying around emotionally and psychologically and so two Sur Cher out thought in the very beginning of the day kind of makes the rest of the day go smoother Does something else that we added a family meeting at the very beginning of our schedule So it's it's some structure but allow for flexibility To be able to gauge. Where the kids are and to be able to adapt to what? You're feeling that they might need as I think. Essential for this to really work for the long haul. That's amazing and I might add the fact that you actually have both experience as a teacher and a coach probably gives you a little bit of a leg up on this front but I wonder actually I mean how much of how much of what you experienced learned as an educator feels like it works as a parent and I'm going to ask actually that of Stephen to relative to your wife who you said was a is a therapist right greg. Do you feel like you feel like there's kind of almost seamless transfer of of knowledge from being a professional that works with you know which people as it were in this capacity versus The kind of rough and tumble of just being a parent. Yeah I I'll show I'll jump in so I the fact that my wife is therapist Has has has. I've learned a lot from that and Continue to so for me I. There's like a lot of Greater attention to the kid's feelings and the stressors and an understanding that and being a better communicator to them in ways that on my own I wouldn't think about. I would be maybe more afraid to talk about my worries and my fears With my kids but but through my wife able to better express myself To my kids I would say that. My Wife practices a lot of what she preaches insurance of of again that communication and that openness with the kids but then at the end of the day if like if it's just really getting on her nerves you know like she's Cuban like therapist the mom it just becomes like man. This kid's so annoying. I can't deal in right now. So that professionals who could only take you so far Truth Avenue. I I do feel like when I went from the classroom into home schooling. I was expecting homeschooling to be exactly like classroom teaching and and so we even even made them wear uniforms and I had a room designated as the classroom and we put up. You know an alphabet chart and you know this is i. I try to make it. So that are home-schooling space was separate from the rest of our house and that are home-schooling time with separate from our family time but what I've learned that first time through home schooling aside it. I mean your family. Life is the highest priority. You have to kind of really assess what's going on with the family before you can even start schooling and so So yeah that was my first hard lesson in home. Schooling is that you know schooling at home is nothing like schooling in the classroom. And even now as I coached teachers. That's the number one thing I'm telling them is that you cannot expect school to be from eight to three every day because these parents were home with the kids. They're trying to get work done to and We're not sitting next door. Kids the whole time and It's not at all like the classroom. And and the whole time were were sitting in. You know watching these things on the news and trying to evaluate. What's going to happen to our families? And you know we're starting to hear how it's affecting our family is in the other countries and and so the kids are dealing with a lot more emotionally that will affect how they're going to be learning and so trying to make that clear to the school is essential also is to keep communicating with our teachers and our administrators as they try to learn the best way to go about with distance. Learning is I think he yes just to kind of build off of that. I think the There is this sort of expectation. Like Oh yeah this is. This'll be just like it. How it is in the summer or this'll be like things are normal. It's like a global pandemic is not normal this is this is incredibly incredibly stressful on. You Know Uncertain Times that we're in with the news just gets like so overwhelming and so scary an so stressful so I think that Yeah it's it's it's really everybody's thinking Oh yeah things are okay and like but but Yeah there's there's a lot that our kids are picking up on Because this is this is just a very serious global crisis I do appreciate homosexuals are trying to bring you know their normal routines into the distance learning but but at the same time as I've been saying is it's important to provide structure but at the same time to be expecting that you need to be super flexible To really be able to adapt to changing needs. You know I mean seriously honestly we could just sit back. Let you guys talk one thing. I think you mentioned that I wanted to bring up is sort of larger Consideration especially as this extends around emotional and Mental Health. And not just you know for kids but for parents right. I mean we're we're buckling down now now for weeks of this but months and what seems like something that we can you know handle pretty effectively maybe in the next week or so gets much harder as time goes on and especially as people around. Us start coming down with illness. And I've actually now formally hit the point where a close to a dozen people that I know directly are are infected are are you know I mean? I don't even know how to frame right day. They're positive for karnal virus. Some have symptoms. Some do not one is actually in very very serious crisis right now And that's a David Latte actually outer of above law He's actually intimated in and in critical condition and were all thinking and praying for him but as people we know and love faces this illness. It's GonNa be really hard to explain this to the kids And I'm kind of curious how you guys have thought through that conversation and the best ways to to bring it forward. I mean are we. We pray together every morning and every night and it's been a worry concerned that's brought up every morning and every evening but We try to shield as much as we can then news And so far we haven't had direct family and friends the infected There yeah so we haven't had that yet and we haven't really discussed we're going to do once they become sick But we to try to look at the positive and so we end the day thinking about what we're thankful for so that we can keep our eyes on. You know the good that's happening around us So yeah we haven't really talked about what will happen when friends and family get. Yeah for for us again I guess my wife has been thinking about it a lot lately just again seeing how how things are playing out in Italy and and this one this one dad who I spoke to I guess he was in. He was in Milan and so northern Italy. That was the part. That really is where it was hit hardest. I and And when I spoke to him their schools have been closed for about three weeks and he said that There was a sense of it being like a war zone where he was that there. Were these curfews this restricted movement. But but most of all there was this sense of death being very present. And you know as as the fatalities increase It's just becomes. Yeah like very very very anxiety producing and and you can't. You can't relax With that in that environment and so So my wife and I have been just sort of like very aware that that is around the corner for us and she's been starting to reach out to some of her therapist trends to think about like how we can start to put some put some content together around how to how to help parents deal with addressing grief and loss because Just at the rate at which things are are cases are being reported. And if you take you know. A certain percentage as a fatality rate. Right like the death rate the the debt will pile up. And that's something that we have to be prepared for is is how to how to deal with deal with that with our kids. Thanks for sharing that guys. I think this is a good time for us to take a short break but When we return we'll do our signature segment the good the bad and the WTO F so stick around right back But.
"david latte" Discussed on Beers with Talos
"What if I wanted to use this exclusively for illegal stuff. What would develop this minero anyway do we. We know what actually pedia article. I'm just wondering you know I just see maybe who developed a WHO backed it for its development and stuff like that like the air something now ricardos being recorded him though no no and David Latte toppy okay. Oh Hey you would you guys would know his nickname is actually fluffy pony so oh that's fine. Nothing bad could come from Stanford family. I believe in the Stanford Fluffy yes so anyway back to the Mitch would call the grey area software or or the minor listen Grace Greg Irene look. I guess it's not wiping your system right so it is doing you a solid. I'm not I'm not saying he's wrong. It's just I didn't look gray area on the run sheet. I don't I don't know I'm just reading what was there as the Lord Grey in the article. Hold on certain some misunderstanding happened at the okay so let's let's go on strike gray area from software from that parts so I talk about the blog go with them. Go at the blog yeah so it's a blog about a type of crypto mining. Mauer that basically spreads over a known public CV so it's it's not using a zero day. It's effectively the type of our that. I think we see probably more often than not these days. A lot of people think oh gosh. Let's worry about the latest Windows Zero Day or the latest windows thing but you know if you're a bad guy and let's let's. Let's assume most bad guys or moderately educated right. Let's let's not think they're script kitties even if they might be lacking in their skills but let's imagine like most bad guys right. They're probably going to be employed to some extent. They're not going to be doing bad guy fulltime probably because they don't Wanna be like super legal. They just you know would like to have we go we doing. We've got levels of illegal illegal. Yep Misdemeanors. Yeah you have Cobra Commander Dander and then you have no way let's let's dig into this. This shit hold on. I gotTA sign package busy. When the next time you get a email.
"david latte" Discussed on American History Tellers
"Body follows the story of Dan and Wendy Marquel? Mary couple living in Tallahassee Florida. Their marriage seemed perfect to the outside world until one day. It was abruptly over what followed was a bitter break-up a hostile divorce and then one morning, a murder one half of the couple was murdered in cold blood and the densities of the alleged co conspirators are going to shock you. This is a story that says as much about love and marriage as it does about Justice revenge and the lengths people will go to get what they want your about to listen to a clip of the first episode, and while you're listening, go subscribe to over my dead body, wherever you're listening right now, you can also find a Lincoln the episode notes that will take you right to the show. The case is still developing and pending a court decision any day, so binge the series and be sure to subscribe to get special. Update episodes as the case meets its final judicial ruling. One morning attorney David latte was sitting in his apartment in DC flipping through the Sunday New York Times when he arrived at his favourite part of the paper. I have to confess I am a devoted reader of the New York Times wedding announcements latte loves the wedding section, even though the vast majority of couples are total strangers to him. They are looking for people with impressive pedigrees. They are looking for people who are photogenic. But on that morning. He spotted a pair of familiar faces. They were both a very impressive accomplished. Young lawyers are very nice looking couple. So if anyone was going to make it into those a pages, it was going to be Dan and Wendy latte began to read. Wendy, Jill Adelson, the daughter of Donna, sue Adelson. Dr Harvey Jay Adelson of Coral Springs, Florida is to be married this evening to Dan Eric Marquel? The son of Ruth Marquel? And Phil Marquel of Toronto the bride twenty-six is keeping her name. I think it was the best way I've ever been to every colours was a high school buddy of Dan's he made the trip to Boca Raton for the celebration as did hundreds of other friends and family members, the weather perfect, the venue extravagant and at the center of all of it the happy couple, Dan and Wendy danced for hours with their guests. It just felt like it was overflowing with with joy and love. I mean that sounds so corny. I actually found an Email. I sent to Dan on March four of two thousand six. Hi, dan. Congratulations and best wishes to you..
"david latte" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast
"Couple whose seemingly perfect marriage ends in a mass d- divorce, but things take an even darker turn. When on a hot July morning, one half of the couple is murdered in cold Ballade. It's a criminal case that says as much about marriage and love as it does Justice and revenge. It's a strange and unsettling journey through one of the most bizarre murder cases in Florida's history. Your about to listen to a clip of the first episode, so while you're listening go search for over my dead body wherever you're listening to this. The case is still develop. Ping. So be sure to subscribe to get the updates. You can also find a link in the show notes that will take you right to the show. One morning attorney David latte was sitting in his apartment in DC flipping through the Sunday New York Times when he arrived at his favourite part of the paper. I have to confess I am a devoted reader of the New York Times wedding announcements latte loves the wedding section, even though the vast majority of couples are total strangers to him. They are looking for people with impressive pedigrees. They are looking for people who are photogenic. But on that morning. He spotted a pair of familiar faces. They were both a very impressive accomplished young lawyers other unvarying nice looking couple. So if anyone was going to make it into those pages, it was going to be Dan and Wendy latte began to read. Wendy, Jill Adelson, the daughter of Donna, sue Adelson. Dr Harvey Jay Adelson of Coral Springs, Florida is to be married this evening to Dan Eric Marquel? The son of Ruth Marquel? And Phil Marquel of Toronto the bride twenty-six is keeping her name. I think it was the best wedding. I've ever been to every colours was a high school buddy of Dan's he made the trip to Boca Raton for the celebration as did hundreds of other friends and family members, the weather perfect, the venue extravagant and at the center of all of it the happy couple, Dan and Wendy danced for hours with their guests. It just felt like it was overflowing with with joy and love. I mean that sounds so corny. I actually found an Email. I sent to Dan on March four of two thousand six. Hi, dan. Congratulations and best wishes to you..
The Murder of Dan Markel
"Morning attorney David latte was sitting in his apartment in DC flipping through the Sunday New York Times when he arrived at his favourite part of the paper. I have to confess I am a devoted reader of the New York Times wedding announcements latte loves the wedding section, even though the vast majority of couples are total strangers to him. They are looking for people with impressive pedigrees. They are looking for people who are photogenic. But on that morning. He spotted a pair of familiar faces. They were both very impressive accomplished young lawyers other in very nice looking couple. So if anyone was going to make it into those pages, it was going to be Dan and Wendy latte began to read. Wendy, Jill Adelson, the daughter of Donna, sue Adelson. Dr Harvey Jay Adelson of Coral Springs, Florida is to be married this evening to Dan Eric Marquel? The son of Ruth Marquel and Phil Marquel? Toronto the bride twenty-six is keeping her name. I think it was the best wedding. I've ever been to every colours was a high school buddy of Dan's he made the trip to Boca Raton for the celebration as did hundreds of other friends and family members, the weather perfect, the venue extravagant and at the center of all of it the happy couple Dan in Wendy danced for hours with their guests. It just felt like it was overflowing with with joy and love. I mean that sounds so corny. I actually found an Email. I sent to Dan on March four of two thousand six. Hi, dan. Congratulations and best wishes to you. And Wendy, I'm sitting at home reading the Sunday Times. And lo and behold there, you are best Dave, and it's funny, Dan, actually responded because Dan was a very diligent Email responder, even though he was on his honeymoon greetings from Club Med he wrote. And then I responded, you're checking your on your honeymoon. You truly are cyber addict. I thought I was bad don't respond to this Email hope you're having a wonderful time. So what makes a good marriage? Anyway, I guess I would say that crucial to a good marriage is mutual respect love, of course. But also respect, but as you can probably guess, this isn't a story about the happy ever after the lucky ones. The couples who grow more inseparable with age not even close I have to be a little circumspect here. Because over the years, I've become very familiar. Earlier with the liable laws of the United States. So i'm. I don't think I'm gonna give my personal view here. It's a story about the opposite a bad marriage. A worse break-up a brutal divorce, and he stormed out. And did he say something like I told you you should never be marrying? Just probably biggest story. I'll word on probably the biggest story. Hassi ever. I would say an everything they came after.
"david latte" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
"And and and and batted I'm glad that Pompeo has has has shut it down. The president is as is not want to be anywhere near getting onto that Putin. Cooperation with Putin on on that. Let's turn to judges and the United States Senate has to confirm judges, of course. And for the first time in the Trump presidency, the Republicans have blocked a nominee. This was Ryan bounds for the ninth circuit court of appeals that's out on the west coast and they did so because Senator Tim, Scott. Scott of South Carolina. Objected at the last minute saying he didn't have enough information to move ahead with a yes vote after bounds have been criticized for some negative comments. Allegedly about blacks, race, and and Marco Rubio a Republican said he would support Tim Scott. The only black Republican in the Senate and the nomination was withdrawn. I it. You've looked into the case Bill. Is there a credible argument? I think this was, you know, this was a perfect storm. Look if you have objections and it's reasonable for Senator want more information. You can't do it the morning of the vote. I mean, they the cloture vote earlier. Also, these these allegations come down to college writings twenty five year. I don't know Ryan bounds personally, but he seems like a very qualified van. He wrote some things I wouldn't even. Say yes to apologize for he wouldn't write them the same way as an adult, but they were basically sarcastic observations about political correctness, identity, politics, and and all sorts of things like that on on campus and they were used to to things he was accused of hiding these from his home state senators in truth. He put it as part of his Senate questionnaire. I mean, if I don't know about you, but if I were going to be held liable for my college writings, I might be unemployable today. I, it's it's so unfair to him. I don't think Senator skied actually meant to kill the nomination, but that's what he did and it just it. It's just a reminder. You've defective fifty forty nine majority with John McCain, not there, and you need every player in the team up and ready to play. Well, I think the the criticism about bounces very unfair as David latte who is. Served additional analyst wrote on our page some time ago the this was college mockery, right? It wasn't. There's not a no evidence and Latin has known bounce for twenty years. No evidence who's a game by the way, David latte and pointed to intemperate things. He had been as an undergraduate, no evidence abounds has has any discriminatory intent or bone in his body. But that's, but in this world, we live in gets that gets spun and it's really a shame to see Tim Scott fall for it. Now, if Tim Scott wants to get up and say, look, I find these offensive for the following reasons I'm going to vote, no. Okay. Do it but don't say, well, I don't have enough information. I didn't try hard to me. He the judicial record is there before the judiciary committee. He can go there and look at it and make up his own that that's what Senator Grassley said. He said, look, this was fully vetted in the committee. They talked to, he could talk to them. And as you point out that article that we ran. That wasn't run two days ago that was run two months ago, maybe three months ago. So it's been out there for a while. If you don't just say this, if Senator Scott didn't know it Senator Scott's fault because he had be as plenty of ways to find out. And in my sources are saying that not only was not communicated adequately to to the Senate Republican leadership, which was suppressed by it, but also surprised the White House. And there's some real concern here that this could carry over into the Brad Kavanagh confirmation because of course they have what you happily describe as that narrow majority no room for air and and is there increasing skittishness inside the Republican conference as the election goes forward about whether or not any criticism is? Is it all is going to give them the the, the the case of. The nerves and they're not going to, they're not gonna be able to to vote for him. Are they willing to say that early enough or are they going to wait until the last minute and then go and the and and ambush the nominee in the White House?.
"david latte" Discussed on First Mondays
"Big differences do they fall in the interval between roberts and gorsuch the interval between gorsuch and alito interval between a lido and thomas so we're not talking about really major differences here mike lee the senator is off the charts he's he's taste to the right of thomas i was gonna interview from his dwi nate scores so so we we could put his his votes as a legislator on the same scale and he to the right of thomas wow yeah i think i have to check this last time i looked lee was the most or certainly one of the most conservative members of the senate certainly cords it's my intuition so i mean but you're talking about pretty small differences among the set of twenty five piece i think it's not gonna be him it seems like trump this has on their to toyed with them he sort of he's sort of mocking him a little bit because the the press asked them do you want to do you would you like to from court justice he was like oh yeah it really liked you trump he made fun of 'em he's like oh that that usually don't say that they wanted to say you know that that was that was funny so where if you know where where is judge cavanaugh in those intervals if you have that information in many ways he's the judge we have the most like written information about but the way that we're sort of scoring these judges as i understand it doesn't actually take the body of their decisions into account it's about where the sort of model shows him if you know yes i think i'm remembering right it would be in the interval between a lido and thomas now and that servative than a lido in that that that that interval between a lido and thomas has gotten smaller and smaller i mean that that eighty nine percent agreement score i just gave you gives you some indication but you know there's era of course around these estimates so the the best i would be really comfortable saying is in the interval between the lido and china's and of course the fact of being slotted into the court into the median justice replacing the meeting justice could heighten the level of your because that if we if we think it's possible that people in that position get a little bit more nervous than they would be clip it right so so i think that that would be a pretty safe a safe bet for cavanaugh catholic is in there too same same deal who do you think is going to get the nomination you know i've got my money on cavenaugh you know he has checked a lot of boxes his his resumes very very gorsuch like you know i think he has a lot of things that are gonna make him appeal to trump he managed to both be part of the independent counsel investigating clinton which i think trump alike and then also to later disavowed the idea that there should be investigations of residence which is very very nicely played judge kavanagh very so that might that might appeal and you know we're recording this on tuesday july third this is a very fast moving situations which quite possible the by the time this is released the ground will will have changed but you know david latte seems to be reporting and see seems to have some reasonably good data that sources that that on catholics are both high up there in that that makes sense to me but i don't know do you have a different prediction judge barrett obviously is getting a lot of attention yeah because well so by my prediction has i've sort of thought for a while that you know remember trump is not a guy who makes sort of decisions on traditional axes like in a lot of ways and i think he might find the temptation to trigger the libs by nominating a woman just irresistible right and he's got two great women on the shortlist there's judge barrett who's attracted the most attention but there's also a joan larsen on the sixth circuit who you know really checks a lot of the you know she's conventionally qualified on every access you might possibly wish for che's mortgage experience the navy coney barrett and she's look she's very charming and person she's very smart.
"david latte" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"The coaches that he's played for paul silas brendan malone erik spoelstra david blatt tyler do and now you forgot monochrome oh sorry mike brown dilemma really kill mike brown though i mean i think in la i mean yeah the the by the end of it seemed like that relationship you know wasn't great and people really lebron's you know quietly kind of critical of mike brown i think a lot of people were yeah i know all my friends in cleveland were yes they all hated mike brown did we all hated mike brown time as a coach not garson terry iceman riffing wonderfully nice human but as a head coach nobody really liked that and then so now david blatt tie lou now luke is he worse than other guys we all to some degree in the nba every star player is that guy to some degree you know unless you happen to be one of the people coach by somebody like phil who is a little bit harder to get rid of but i go be while and you know that that is a little tougher to do but magic got paul westhead shirt run out of town i mean there are plenty of instances of star players like this so you know i i'm saying if you look at the totality of everything that's going on with lebron's relationships with coaches whether you're talking about the beginning of his relationship with their expulsion where he and wasn't going well they spoke specifically with pat riley without expressly saying you know fire this guy making it very clear we'd prefer you bring in somebody else and then obviously what went on with david blatt which to be fair to david blatt was an unfair position for him to begin with correct and it really underscores just home because they if they knew lebron is coming they wouldn't have hired it was just about to say underscores how much cleveland really was surprised that they were able to get lebron back because you never bring in david blatt if you actually think lebron is coming back but you know lebron has never been shy about making clear if he thinks his coach isn't up to the task either from the five thousand mile view or just in this possession you know in the course of this game i don't like the game plan your calling he's not shy about right the problem was once david latte was run on a town there was no there was no way tyler who couldn't have been seen as anything but like lebron puppet they brought him up you know it was it would have been hard to bring somebody from outside the organization at that point you're talking about the middle of the season and defy that would have been difficult to do but tyler was putting up position where it didn't you know didn't matter how much lebron protested he's the coach i do what he says and all that kind of stuff i mean look believe it or not i'm just and the same thing with lebron apparently hating the reputation label of being you know the the of gene or slash coach slash gm and he may hate it in the sense that you know.
"david latte" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Pretty quietly republicans had been filling the courts yes absolutely and this is something that progressives need to be aware of because these courts are very important now trump courts i would say are less important than the appeals courts because a lot of the cases sat trial courts not controversial are not politically charged and uh they go up to the appeals court if one of the party's wants to seek an appeal so in some ways tallies court is not the final word here but on a lot of the middle courts the intermediate appeals courts right below the supreme court those courts at a final word for thousands of cases because the supreme court looks at only about eighty cases a year hundreds of thousands of cases go through the federal system and so those courts are being stock by people who will serve for life and i think people need to be aware of that so david let i hear you saying that the outcry over brett j tally is a bit overblown not only his qualifications but his disclosures his age his experience and everything else but you don't get out of here without walking into the well senator latte and voting upper down you said this nomination is premature recce tally ana i would vote yes with some you know not than fizzy asked to clay but i think is qualified to serve on the federal bench david latte founding editor of above the law thanks for being here thanks for having me todd eddie wise and his wife were black farmers in north carolina they say a government agency discriminated against him for years and drove them off their land difficulty county will march sarbanes oxley north hunan so off opposes take my wife and just walk yes are unfortunate as the order from the court on the next reveal from the center for investigative reporting and p r x tonight at eight on 939 fm w nyc wnyc and supported by lincoln square productions presenting let it fall los angeles 1982 to 1992 anew documentary directed by john ridley about the rising tension among angelinos that led to the 1992 la riots now available on net flex this is the take away on 939 fm and.
"david latte" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I don't know whether i would say he is the best while a five for this position but he does have a broad range of experience he has had a close up experienced in terms of worked clerk anything i think the most fair thing to say about this nomination is it's premature i think brett tally would have been an excellent nominee ten years maybe even five years from now right now it's premature but as a baseline matter is he qualified i would say yes now you know my next question because the american bar association disagrees with you david latte it's very very rare for that organisation to give out a not qualified rating for a federal nominee of it they gave wonderbra tally so they're a couple of caveats about the aba ratings with respect to the trump administration the trump administration has changed the obama era policy of giving the aba advanced peaks or sneak peek at the nominees bubonic ministration would let the a ap a look at the nominees before the nominations were announced give the obama administration its rating and then the administration could decide whether or not to go forward was administration asked the aviator rate a hundred and eighty five or so nominees at one point in the administration and fourteen of them were rated not qualified the obama administration than decided not to nominate those people the trump administration is less sympathetic to or interested in the nba's views they criticized the aba as leftleaning and so they have not and giving the aba advance peaks in so as a result some other nominees are going to get did not qualify so brecciated halley's qualifications have come to the fore here as the trump administration nominates a lot of judges but david lat there's another issue that's come up in the last couple of days as reported by our partner the new york times that in his disclosures to the senate brett kelly did not tell senators that he's married to the chief of staff of the white house counsel is that a significant omission so i think that he probably should have mentioned that just too you know the upfront about it but.
"david latte" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"There's one nominee i'm the par out of kentucky which is a great nominee for the six circuit but you're wondering where are all the other nominees and i'm david latte you bouncing off a politico report last week says the trump administration plan to announce at least ten judicial nominees next two weeks and they wrote that last week so that should mean this week of the big rollout president bush announce eleven nominees the group on may nine two thousand and one would have thought they wanted to be president bush that did not go well they waited too long jim jeopardy jumped everything ended up a mess so they're waiting too long on this but i know what ten i want nineteen more i want all twenty of them no reason not to have a name for every single one of these dc circuit has era federal circuits got a bunch and that doesn't count as much the first circuit got none second circuit has to help one of them's carol platt liebau third circuit as three open seats to for pennsylvania one for new jersey they ought to be used in those negotiate with some of those pennsylvania congressman who are recalcitrant on obamacare 4th circuit for right now fifth circuit oh my gosh the drama the drama they've got to put justice willett in one of those they'll have to do any president trump can you name me if you'd like enough to name any when he wants but justice willett is a big payoff to everyone is supported donald trump all the way along and he said he's a twitter this all goes to the to the big agenda i told you before about the big agenda big agenda to one one david horowitz's book the big agenda going to go.
"david latte" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Appeals there's one nominee the par out of kentucky which is a great nominee for the six circuit but you're wondering where are all the other nominees and uh david latte he bouncing off a political report last week says the trump administration plan to announce at least ten judicial nominees in the next two weeks and they wrote that last week so that should mean this week one of a big rollout president bush announce eleven nominees group on may nine two thousand and one would have thought they wanted to be president bush that did not go well they waited too long jim jeffrey jumped everything ended up a mess so they're waiting to long on this but i know what i want nineteen more i want all twenty of them no reason not to have a name for every single one of the dc circuit has era federal circuits got a bunch and that doesn't count as much the first circuit got none second circuit has to help one of them's carol platt liebau third circuit as three open seats to pennsylvania one for new jersey they ought to be using those negotiate with some of those pennsylvania congressman who are recalcitrant on obamacare force circuit four right now fifth circuit oh my gosh the drama the drama they've got to put justice willett in one of the they'll have to do any president trump can you name me if he'd like enough to name any when he wants but justice willett is a big payoff to everyone the sport of donald trump all the way along and he said he's a twitter this all goes to the to the big agenda i've told you before about the big agenda big agenda to one one david horowitz's book the big agenda ain't going to go.