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"georgetown university law school" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

06:06 min | 3 months ago

"georgetown university law school" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"The Federation for American Immigration Reform about the situation at the border. Now I get the news releases put out by Fare on a fairly regular basis on I'm not sure this this number it may already be old, but the figure you sighted at the time was Biden has already released 42,000 migrants into the interior of the country. How much is it now? I wonder. I don't have a running count, but you can bet that it's more and more each and every day, you know, we had some people go down to the border at the end of March on, they were seeing that people were just being processed, sent to the bus station sent to the airport and on their way to the interior of the country. So we have no idea exactly how many people are out there or if we're ever going to see them again. In many cases, they're not even being given notices to appear in court. They're just being sent on their way. But even if they are giving given notices to appear to the chances of anybody being removed once they were in the United States are virtually nil. Which again that is an incentive for more people to come. If you understand that, if you get two ft on U S soil, you're never going to have to leave, then that isn't incentive for you to come. And it's exactly why the program and that was in place. When Joe Biden became president, where Mexico said We will allow these people to remain here until you can make a determination on their asylum claim was so valuable People knew that if you came with a bogus claim you were not going to get in. And so they stopped filing these bogus claims The new administration came in. They just took a wrecking ball to it. And again that is part of the white. We have a situation we have today. 96 650, Jimbo. Here's Stan and Kilgore, Texas. Now for Ira Mehlman. Hello, Stan. I'm doing this evening. We're well, Thank you. Joe Biden has no understanding about about human nature and the immigration problem. If he gives citizenship to all the people that have currently have green cards. They're not going to stay in those jobs where we need them. They're going to move on to easier and better paying jobs. And then our agriculture jobs. They're gonna go wanting again and those jobs aren't gonna be done anymore. And as far as Getting a commission to find out why they're coming. It's obvious it's because we offer something better than what they have in their own country. I can't argue with that. What? 86650, Jimbo, and to Robert and Charleston, South Carolina. Hi. Jim, I just wanted to say that, you know there. There are other things that could happen to it with other diseases. I met someone down. And, um Miami actually founded, I guess on the beach. And I actually caught the hepatitis B from him. And then my parents were very concerned. So they flew me up T o their hospital in the New York City metropolitan area and put me arm team and when I got out of quarantine, I didn't know I was still infectious. So I spread it to another guy. Well, there's no question about the fact that the The code word viruses. Serious says it is is not the only such such problem. I mean, the whole host of diseases, including. I suppose Ira Mehlman. Many things that we Sort of take for granted. Is having already been conquered or cured, right? Right, Which is exactly I mean, it's one of the reasons why every nation on Earth has some form of border book control because they do want to know who's coming in. They want to be able to determine whether the people have diseases or other things that might pose a danger to the society that is a fundamental obligation of any government to its people to protect the health and safety. Of the population, and we apparently have an administration that is just aggregating that responsibility again in the name of some political end that nobody can quite figure it out, which I'm going to get to here in a second in further detail of David calls in from Creston, Iowa. Hi, David. I did not ask your guest, but I gotta I got it kind of what's going on here? I think this president has actually had a mental disorder somewhere. And I don't know if you need some evaluation or something, but this stuff absolutely. Uh, just groin but our country, Okay? Yeah, I know what you're saying. David and I, That would probably be the more benign explanation. I'm afraid I tend to lean more in the direction of Ira Mehlman in that this is is not a lack of reasoning. But it is a presence of some serious scheming that that what is being done here is not at all accidental so that that would be my take on it. I think IRA. Yeah. You know, it is very much in keeping with the leadership of this party. If you look at Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, they are on fully on board that you know, it's not like they're going to the president. Say Hey, Mr President, you need to stop this. They've actually been encouraging it. You know, you just go back a few years Chuck Schumer was talking about We need to secure our borders. Let me let me let me let let me play something for you right now, and that very regard. Uh, this is in fact, a speech made on Lee a dozen years ago 2009 before the Georgetown University Law School. Let's hear that we must create a system that converts the current flow of primarily low skilled illegal immigrants into the United States into a more manageable and controlled flow. Legal immigrants who could be absorbed by our economy. Let me elaborate. First of the seven principles is that illegal immigration is wrong, plain and simple. Until the American people are convinced that we will stop future flow illegal immigration, we will make no progress. On dealing with the millions of illegal immigrants who are here now. And on rationalizing our system of legal immigration..

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"georgetown university law school" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:55 min | 5 months ago

"georgetown university law school" Discussed on KOMO

"Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning. I'm Jeff Pooja Love Bill O'Neill and Taylor Vent sites of the editor's desk here. Some of the stories we're following Georgetown University has fired Professor Sandra Sellers. After she made some controversial comments about black students. You know what I hate to say this I end up having this No angst every semester that a lot of my lower ones are blacks. Happens almost every semester. The video call was between sellers who has taught at the school for nearly 20 years, and Professor David Batson, another Georgetown law professor. Part of the recording was posted online in the cliff Sellers claims her black students routinely gray lower than her other students, and it's like Oh, come on. Yeah, get some really good ones, but they're also usually something or just played at the bottom. It drives me crazy. Georgetown terminated sellers and place Batson on administrative leave, while the school's Office of Diversity Equity and affirmative action investigates, saying Batson has been removed from any involvement he has in the course he was discussing with sellers. The university also says It's taking significant steps to ensure that all students in this class are fairly grated without the input of either professor. The Dean called the conversation reprehensible and a boring, adding that determination and investigation is by no means the end of our work to address the many structural issues of racism reflected and this painful incident and that there's a need for more comprehensive. Anti bias training. I was shocked but not surprised. You would hope that we were farther along. Professor Anthony Cook also teaches at Georgetown law. He says he thinks the school's reaction was appropriate, but says further action is needed. We're moving on now to try to see if we can figure out what systemic and structural changes might be made to Prevent this kind of thing. Sellers apologized for what she called her hurtful remarks, but acknowledged irreparable harm. She's done two students she's supposed to help excel when it comes to Vulnerable populations, the in positions of off being subject to the powers that be in ways that are could be quite harmful, emotionally, psychologically and economically, has far reaching consequences. ABC News did reach out the bats and we did not hear back now. Georgetown University Law School boast on his diversity website that with 27 full time faculty of color That students will never be alone. But you have to dig to find that that's 27 full time minority faculty members out of 192. That's 14% Dig a little further and you conclude all of their faculty members on Lee 35 minority faculty members out of 815. That's 4%. That's a B C's TJ Holmes reporting come on his time. 9 50 times here propel insurance Money updates hockey's hot. The NHL and ESPN owner Disney have agreed to a seven year broadcasting deal worth just under $3 billion. Shares of Britain's Burberry Group rose by as much as 10% today on its way to its largest daily increase in a year. The luxury fashion retailer expects its full year results to beat expectations and will share more details in an unscheduled trading Update in two weeks after a year of pandemic driven store closures and the first all online holiday season a new report from customer service platform gladly finds mixed reviews of chatbots That we meet all the time in the digital space to handle customer service. About half say, chatbots make them feel on valued by the Brandon. Two out of five say there are an obstacle when what we really need is to talk to a human. That's your money now and up and down day on Wall Street, the least of the moment. Dow up 173 points NASDAQ Off about tear off about 140 in the S and P is off 10 traffic and weather net. Before.

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"georgetown university law school" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"georgetown university law school" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"From ABC news. I'm Richard cancer she calls in some quarters for the impeachment of Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh The New York Times reported new allegations of sexually inappropriate behavior in the past by Cavanagh capital is not commenting on this latest charge but his defenders call it a political smear and they point out that the times article adapted from a new book out this week originally a limited a key fact which editors later added ABC's Terry Moran president trump is waiting for definitive word on who attacked Saudi Arabia's oil industry he says it appears are on is responsible but Iran denies it I don't want war with anybody I'm somebody that would like not to have war will you meet with no preconditions with Iran's president of the upcoming United Nations General Assembly there are always conditions because the conditions if you look at it the sanctions are not going to be taken off so if the sanctions as a condition so you know that's what the press misreported Iran's supreme leader the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says there will be no talks with the U. S. at any level Iranian state TV quoting committee. Georgetown University law school and a Latino advocacy group pursuing the administration trying to stop a new rule that stands to deny green cards to migrants who use public services molding under way in Israel in an unprecedented repeat election that will decide whether long time prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu stays in power it is an up hill battle essentially there's been a rebellion in the right wing block that has kept Netanyahu in power for ten years and suddenly one of those big players has said I'm finished I'm done I'm gonna try to actually bring you down and grab and steal some of those right wing votes and so Netanyahu is in the toughest place he has been in his long political career ABC's Giordana Miller in Jerusalem Netanyahu facing a stiff challenge from retired general Benny Gantz you're listening to ABC news. are you more than ten thousand dollars in debt feel.

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"georgetown university law school" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"georgetown university law school" Discussed on WTVN

"Six ten WTVN. from ABC news. I'm Richard cancer increasing calls in some quarters for the impeachment of Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh The New York Times reported new allegations of sexually inappropriate behavior in the past by Cavanagh capital is not commenting on this latest charge but his defenders call it a political smear and they point out that the times article adapted from a new book out this week originally a limited a key fact which editors later added ABC's Terry Moran president trump is waiting for definitive word on who attacked Saudi Arabia's oil industry he says it appears are on is responsible but Iran denies it I don't want war with anybody I'm somebody that would like not to have war will you meet with no preconditions with Iran's president of the upcoming United Nations General Assembly there are always conditions because the conditions if you look at it the sanctions are not going to be taken off so if the sanctions as a condition so you know that's why the press misreported Iran's supreme leader the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says there will be no talks with the U. S. at any level Iranian state TV quoting committee. Georgetown University law school and a Latino advocacy group pursuing the administration trying to stop a new rule that stands to deny green cards to migrants to use public services voting under way in Israel in an unprecedented repeat election that will decide whether long time prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu stays in power it is an up hill battle essentially there's been a rebellion in the right wing block that has kept Netanyahu in power for ten years and suddenly one of those big players has said I'm finished I'm done I'm gonna try to actually bring you down and grab and steal some of those right wing votes and so Netanyahu is in the toughest place he has been in his long political career ABC's Giordana Miller in Jerusalem Netanyahu facing a stiff challenge from retired general Benny Gantz you're listening to ABC news. are you more than ten thousand dollars in debt feel.

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"georgetown university law school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"georgetown university law school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Arabia's oil industry he says it appears are on is responsible but Iran denies it I don't want war with anybody I'm somebody that would like not to have war will you meet with no preconditions with Iran's president of the upcoming United Nations General Assembly there are always conditions because the conditions if you look at it the sanctions are not going to be taken off so the sanctions as a condition so you know that's what the press misreported Iran's supreme leader the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says there will be no talks with the U. S. at any level Iranian state TV quoting committee. Georgetown University law school and a Latino advocacy group pursuing the administration trying to stop a new rule that stands to deny green cards to migrants to use public services molding under way in Israel in an unprecedented repeat election that will decide whether long time prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu stays in power it is an up hill battle essentially there's been a rebellion in the right wing block that has kept Netanyahu in power for ten years and suddenly one of those big players has said I'm finished I'm done I'm gonna try to actually bring you down and grab and steal some of those right wing votes and so Netanyahu is in the toughest place he has been in his long political career ABC's Giordana Miller in Jerusalem Netanyahu facing a stiff challenge from retired general Benny Gantz you're listening to ABC news. you know that no feeling when you scroll down your feet and up pops a birthday here like I forgot again yeah it's hard to remember everybody's birthday that's why we created happy books day a special one day event going on right now tell us whose birthday is coming up and we'll send you a cheery reminder and twenty five percent off when.

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"georgetown university law school" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"georgetown university law school" Discussed on KOMO

"Northwest only twenty four hour news station. from ABC news. I'm Richard cancer racing calls in some quarters for the impeachment of Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh The New York Times reported new allegations of sexually inappropriate behavior in the past by cabin all capital is not commenting on this latest charge but his defenders call it a political smear and they point out that the times article adapted from a new book out this week originally a limited a key fact which editors later added ABC's Terry Moran president trump is waiting for definitive word on who attacked Saudi Arabia's oil industry he says it appears are on is responsible but Iran denies it I don't want war with anybody I'm somebody that would like not to have war will you meet with no preconditions with Iran's president at the upcoming United Nations General Assembly there are always conditions because the conditions if you look at it the sanctions are not going to be taken off so the sanctions as a condition so you know that's why the press misreported Iran's supreme leader the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says there will be no talks with the U. S. at any level Iranian state TV quoting committee. Georgetown University law school and a Latino advocacy group pursuing the administration trying to stop a new rule that stands to deny green cards to migrants to use public services voting under way in Israel in an unprecedented repeat election that will decide whether long time prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu stays in power it is an up hill battle essentially there's been a rebellion in the right wing blocks it has captain attorney now in power for ten years and suddenly one of those big players has said I'm finished I'm done I'm gonna try to actually bring you down and grab and steal some of those right wing votes and so Netanyahu is in the toughest please he has been in his long political career ABC's Giordana Miller in Jerusalem Netanyahu facing a stiff challenge from retired general Benny Gantz you're listening to ABC news. are you more than ten thousand dollars.

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"georgetown university law school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"georgetown university law school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"He calls in some quarters for the impeachment of Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh The New York Times reported new allegations of sexually inappropriate behavior in the past by Kevin all capital is not commenting on this latest charge but his defenders call it a political smear and they point out that the times article adapted from a new book out this week originally a limited a key factor which editors later added ABC's Terry Moran president trump is waiting for definitive word on who attacked Saudi Arabia's oil industry he says it appears are on is responsible but Iran denies it I don't want war with anybody I'm somebody that would like not to have war will you meet with no preconditions with Iran's president at the upcoming United Nations General Assembly there are always conditions because the conditions if you look at it the sanctions are not going to be taken off so the sanctions as a condition so you know that's why the press misreported Iran's supreme leader the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says there will be no talks with the U. S. at any level Iranian state TV quoting committee. Georgetown University law school and a Latino advocacy group pursuing the administration trying to stop a new rule that stands to deny green cards to migrants to use public services molding under way in Israel in an unprecedented repeat election that will decide whether long time prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu stays in power it is an off hill battle essentially there's been a rebellion in the right wing block that has kept Netanyahu in power for ten years and suddenly one of those big players has said I'm finished I'm done I'm gonna try to actually bring you down and grab and steal some of those right wing votes and so Netanyahu is in the toughest place he has been in his long political career ABC's Giordana Miller in Jerusalem Netanyahu facing a stiff challenge from retired general Benny Gantz you're listening to ABC news seven seven see the end of the T. M. J. bill I've only had a twelve management studio this.

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"georgetown university law school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"georgetown university law school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Times reported new allegations of sexually inappropriate behavior in the past by Cavanagh Cavanaugh is not commenting on this latest charge but his defenders call it a political smear and they point out that the times article adapted from a new book out this week originally unlimited a key fact which editors later added ABC's Terry Moran president trump is waiting for definitive word on who attacked Saudi Arabia's oil industry he says it appears are on is responsible but Iran denies it I don't want war with anybody I'm somebody that would like not to have war will you meet with no preconditions with Iran's president of the upcoming United Nations General Assembly there are always conditions because the conditions if you look at it the sanctions are not going to be taken off so if the sanctions as a condition so you know that's why the press misreported Iran's supreme leader the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says there will be no talks with the U. S. at any level Iranian state TV quoting committee. Georgetown University law school and a Latino advocacy group pursuing the administration trying to stop a new rule that stands to deny green cards to migrants who use public services voting under way in Israel in an unprecedented repeat election that will decide whether long time prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu stays in power it is an up hill battle essentially there's been a rebellion in the right wing block that has kept Netanyahu in power for ten years and suddenly one of those big players has said I'm finished I'm done I'm gonna try to actually bring you down and grab and steal some of those right wing votes and so Netanyahu is in the toughest place he has been in his long political career ABC's Giordana Miller in Jerusalem Netanyahu facing a stiff challenge from retired general Benny Gantz you're listening to ABC news all right class it's time to practice our Arabic first the word monsoon and next how blue book now the translation of both monsoon and hobbled is look out there goes the roof. yes.

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"georgetown university law school" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"georgetown university law school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of that. Paul Butler is a professor at Georgetown University law school. He's also the author of the book chokehold policing black men. Thank you very much. Always a pleasure. Severe weather is taking its toll on the central US and as NPR's Shannon, bent reports residents who were already suffering from record breaking floods are scrambling for cover. That's the sound of a tornado touching down in Nebraska posted on Twitter by AccuWeather meteorologist, re Temer. It was one of dozens reported across the central US since Friday. The national weather service says a storm system, they are continues to evolve bringing severe weather including tornadoes, hail and rain in Abilene, Texas, Jim Bryant. The emergency management coordinator says an early morning thunderstorm turned into a tornado appears to be Karnak activity that drop down in fact, it active large area. We have about eighty homes impacted your Oklahoma City actually Hench of Comanche. County, emergency management says a tornado touch down there on Saturday morning. That were destroyed almost not quite Hench. This county officials are already preparing for another powerful storm system, expected to sweep through the area next week. Zack Taylor is a meteorologist with the national weather service. No monday. We're looking at another round of severe weather and could be more potentially dangerous with tornadoes. In addition to the damaging winds, and large hail the latest of your weather is a particular concern to farmers in the midwest. Where flooding has left acres of land unusable since March this year. Parts of the Mississippi River have been above flood stage for more than one hundred days, breaking records, Shannon sent.

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"georgetown university law school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"georgetown university law school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Not only was arrested on the streets here yesterday, which is pretty bizarre. That's kind of the way they pick up guys are looking for who you know, stuck up the Bodega. But this is so they got him yesterday. They bring him into court last night. He was the top of his class at Georgetown University law school. He worked. On constitutional issues for his professor Jonathan Turley who you've seen many times, very bright lawyer. So this is this guy is is super smart, and they had they had him in court yesterday represented by basically the attorneys who take care of people who are impoverished. It was that. I mean, I'm sure he could run circles around them legally, but they gave him he was released last night on three hundred thousand dollar bond. And he's scheduled to appear on the California charges in Santa Ana federal court in Orange County on Monday. But prosecutors here in New York say he should be a rearrested and put in jail. The the form that was filed with the court unsealed today says that no I'm quoting no condition or combination of conditions will reasonably assure both the appearance of the defendant s required and the safety of any other person and the community. They want to have a hearing this afternoon. Because they say he is a serious risk of fleeing that he will flee and that he will also obstruct or attempt to obstruct Justice or threaten, injure or intimidate prospective witnesses or George or attempt to do. So. Wow. So this guy who's super smart is basically a low ball criminal away that they're describing him. They don't trust them. They want them rearrested, captain custody no-bond, no three hundred thousand dollar bond. Go get him and put him back in jail. And that I don't know the federal US marshals will will bring him out to California on Monday. But they think he is assist serious risk of plane or threatening injuring or intimidating perspective. Witnesses. Eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred Dave in San Francisco. Hello, dave. Hey, smart guy. I just come up with so many times in the past. He did think of it undisclosed skill. But just not the first time in the ring for him doing this. If they were to research threes back. Done this many times in the past. Get away with it feel comfortable doing it in a smart guy. What other speaking could you be in done it so many times? Yeah. I don't know. I guess he I guess he knows that. He's smart. He's achieved all kinds of of levels of academic performance. So and he's been successful. Not all the time. But in court, he's won some big cases. He worked for. One of the great law firms in Los Angeles o'melveny-meyers he worked alongside Daniel Petrocelli who represented Dan, the Goldman family against OJ the civil court. He's a Daniel Petrocelli is a highly regarded lawyer. He has worked for Don Henley. And Glenn fry the eagles. He went after somebody got a ten million dollar defamation case somebody that defamed Perez Hilton. So I mean, he has gone out there. You got forty million dollar embezzlement lawsuit against KPMG, the big accounting firm. So this is a guy who has been wildly successful. And I don't know if something snapped or whether he thought he could do he could walk on water. I don't know what happened to him. Now is that he was simply working on behalf of a client. Well in this case. Yeah. There was a client that he said Nike injured this guy. Somehow, I don't know how. And so that's how we got involved with Nike, and you said, my clients are demand one point six million dollars more their damages. Well, I don't know what the damages work. But that's what he wanted one point six million for my client. And then you can hire me to come in. And do an investigation of your company to make sure it's all doing everything legally. Right. And you can pay me fifteen to twenty million for the for the the report or you can just pay me twenty two and a half million dollars. All right off into the sunset, you threaten them money for him. Not for his client. Guys. Bizarre at the very least. Gotta run. Thank you. Building a better Sacramento. An iheart radio station. Newsradio KFB. From the twenty four seven KFB digital new center. Good afternoon. One thirty I'm Dana. What are your top stories department of Justice says it backs federal judges ruling that the entire Affordable Care Act including protections for pre.

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"georgetown university law school" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"georgetown university law school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Yourself they are online at regulations dot gov all right so let's review here for a second about the actual state of these tariffs remember we're talking about the steel aluminum tariffs the trump administration announced a month or so ago one option is it the president could let the temporary exemptions expire tonight and have the trade chips fall where they may but there are a whole lot of other moving parts on this story as marketplace's tracey samuelson reports there is a pretty big difference between the across the board tariffs president trump initially proposed and his agreement to spare six countries plus the eu so all of those countries account for about two thirds of total steel import jennifer hillman a professor at georgetown university law school says potentially going back to near blanket tariffs would be yet another big change for buyers and sellers of these metals or obviously this back and forth on whether or not the duties are gonna ply or not has been extraordinarily disruptive to the trade because it is cutting very tight and not tell people until midnight tonight whether they do or don't have to pay tariffs so far south korea's the only the country to get a permanent exemption this weekend commerce secretary wilbur ross said exemptions for some other countries might be extended but he didn't say which so in the face of all of this uncertainty many in the industry are taking a wait and see approach robert wrenn president of primos alloy says a good chunk of his customers have asked him to park their steel imports in a bonded warehouse which is sort of customs limbo the goods aren't subject to import duties until they leave the warehouse we were hopeful that japan especially with gonna get a champion and outlook pretty clear they're not and so now we can tell the customers already definitely you you need to pay the tax higher steel and aluminum prices have actually been good for selling off his inventory which he bought pre terrorists but it just short term profit eventually you are out of inventory you made some extra money but you have to replace him in tori and you're replacing it at much higher prices so for now he's mostly holding off he doesn't want to be caught on the wrong side of the trade if trump leader reverses the tariffs or grants more exemptions i'm tracey samuelson for marketplace.

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"georgetown university law school" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"georgetown university law school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Regulations dot gov it's a lynch review here for a second about the actual state of these tariffs remember we're talking about the steel and aluminum tariffs the trump administration announced a month or so ago one option is that the president could let the temporary exemptions expire tonight and have the trade chips fall where they may but there are a whole lot of other moving parts on this story as marketplace's tracey samuelson reports there's a pretty big difference between the across the board tariffs president trump initially proposed and his agreement to spare six countries plus the eu so all of those countries account for about twothirds of total steel import jennifer hillman a professor at georgetown university law school says potentially going back to near blanket tariffs would be yet another big change for buyers and sellers of these medals or obviously this back and forth on whether or not the duties are going to apply or not has been extraordinarily disruptive to the trade because it is cutting it very tight to not tell people until midnight tonight whether they do or don't have to pay tariffs so far south korea's the only the country to get a permanent exemption this weekend commerce secretary wilbur ross said exemptions for some other countries might be extended but he didn't say which so in the face of all of this uncertainty many in the industry are taking a wait and see approach robert wrenn president of primos ally says a good chunk of his customers have asked him to park their steel imports in a bonded warehouse which is sort of customs limbo the goods aren't subject to import duties until they leave the warehouse we were hopeful that japan especially with gonna get a champion and outlook pretty clear they're not and so now we can tell the customers definitely did you you need to pay the tax higher steel and aluminum prices have actually been good for selling off his inventory which he bought pre tariffs but it just short term profit eventually you out of inventory you made some extra money but you have to replace him in tori and you're replacing it at much higher prices so for now he's mostly holding off he doesn't want to be caught on the wrong side of the trade if trump leader reverses the tariffs or grants more exceptions i'm tracey samuelson for marketplace.

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"georgetown university law school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"georgetown university law school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The trade chips fall where they may but there are a whole lot of other moving parts on this story as marketplace's tracey samuelson reports there's a pretty big difference between the across the board tariffs president trump initially proposed and his agreement to spare six countries plus the eu so all of those countries account for about two thirds of total steel imports jennifer hillman a professor at georgetown university law school says potentially going back to nearblanket tariffs would be yet another big change for buyers and sellers of these metals well obviously this back and forth on whether or not the duties are gonna apply or not has been extraordinarily disruptive to the trade because it is cutting it very tight to not tell people until midnight tonight whether they do or don't have to pay tariffs so far south korea's the only the country to get a permanent exemption this weekend commerce secretary wilbur ross said exemptions for some other countries might be extended but he didn't say which so in the face of all of this uncertainty many in the industry are taking a wait and see approach robert wrenn president of primos alloy says a good chunk of his customers have asked him to park their steel imports in a bonded warehouse which is sort of customs limbo the good aren't subject to import duties until they leave the warehouse we were hopeful that japan especially was going to get a jump ship and outlooks pretty clear they're not and so now we can tell the customers pretty definitely you you need to pay the tax higher steel and aluminum prices have actually been good for selling off his inventory which he bought pre tariffs but it just short term profit eventually you out of inventory you made some extra money but you have to replace him in tori and you're replacing it at much higher prices so for now he's mostly holding off he doesn't want to be caught on the wrong side of the trade if trump leader reverses the tariffs or grants more exemptions i'm tracey samuelson for marketplace.

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"georgetown university law school" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"georgetown university law school" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"In the constitution explicitly in the constitution says except in cases of impeachment um yeah that that that i think gives us but any out cool okay marked with georgetown university has a paper out and it's on this issue and it's really interesting because scott how says that there is no immunity as a matter of federalize actually federal commonlaw so if there is no immunity co uh in the universe constitution for those sitting president then actually according to press trip fesser how and this is uh a paper put together by susan low bloch for georgetown university law school if it's true that there is no constitutional prohibition on uh indicting us any president than that means that this immunity can actually be changed by congress congress could actually according to professor scott how they could actually um restrict the scope of that immunity eliminate immunity entirely or it could expand its usage and that is under the interpretation by you uh professor how that there is no prohibition in the united states touch constipation which creates temporary immunity for a sitting president and this came up because of the clinton versus jones case uh during the presidency of bill clinton these uh these special prosecutors have a lot of power of discretion and leon's or worse scheme back in the watergate era um ken star during the clinton presidency and now rubber moeller could if they wanted to actually call for indictment but i think in the past it's been considered a practice and policy not to do that but it is not uh there is no pulled out its sovereign sovereign entity or the immunity of sovereigns was something that.

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"georgetown university law school" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"georgetown university law school" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"In the constitution explicitly in the constitution says except in cases of impeachment um yeah that that that i think gives us but any out cool okay marked with georgetown university has of paper out and it's on this issue and and it's really interesting because professor scott how says that there is no immunity as a matter of federalize actually federal commonlaw so if there is no immunity co uh in the universe constitution for those sitting president than actually according to press trip fesser how and this is uh a paper put together by susan low bloch for georgetown university law school if it's true that there is no constitutional prohibition on uh indicting us any president then that means and said this immunity can actually be changed by congress congress could actually according to professor scott how they could actually um restrict the scope of that in unity it can eliminate immunity entirely or it could expand its usage and that is under the interpretation by y uh professor how that there is no prohibition in the united states touch constipation which creates temporary immunity for a sitting president then this came up because of the clinton versus jones case uh during the presidency of bill clinton these hot these special prosecutors have a lot of power of discretion and leon's were scheme back in the watergate era um ken star during the clinton presidency and now wherever moeller could if they wanted to actually call for indictment but i think in the past it's been considered a practice and policy not to do that but it is not uh there is no pulled out by it yeah sovereign sovereign entity or the immunity of sovereigns was something that.

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"georgetown university law school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"georgetown university law school" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"The legendary howard condemned mode we love our car howery car allowing how we how we car we love you outrace forum swabs that moon very were hits power bureau welcome to the how we car show the tollfree number if you would like to join us this afternoon his eight four four five hundred forty two forty two a four four five hundred forty two forty two and i assume will be here tomorrow even if the world ends and if you why if you go to any of the uh fevered precincts of the all left media you will know that the apocalypse is upon us the federal communications commission a couple of hours ago repealed net neutrality and the internet we are now told by msnbc and cnn and senator ed markey and his minions and sandra flu who couldn't get her birth control pills she says she claimed the georgetown university law school they all say that the internet as we know it is over so there you have it but nevertheless we will persist we will processed elizabeth warren by the way says world is ending though i i don't quite understand that you know pair apparently i wasn't aware of this but until net neutrality was passed sometime in the middle of two thousand fifteen apparently there was no internet people used to just wait for the newspaper trucks the come by you know with the in the afternoon and they would they would wait for the the the packets to be thrown off the trucks and then that's how you would get your news the and the there were no smartphones there there was a there there was no net flex there was both facebook that's that's what they're telling us and that's the way it's going to be now you know i i can't i don't i you know i don't even remember those days back in on an oath 2014 before there was an internet i was always under the impression that albore invented the internet but apparently not so there you have it eight four four five hundred forty two forty two and more breaking news more breaking news here another another indication that the.

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"georgetown university law school" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"georgetown university law school" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"While dallas dropped to its knees as a team last night they all stood up for our national anthem he called that big progress attorney general jeff sessions as the justice department will step in on behalf of people who sue college i've heard that before about was i preoccupied not at all he says it doesn't take him long to point out a wrong he tweeted today that while dallas dropped to its knees as a team last night they all stood up for our national anthem he called that big progress attorney general jeff sessions as the justice department will step in on behalf of people who sue colleges claiming their free speech rights have been violated sessions told students at georgetown university law school today that freedom of thought and speech are under attack on college campuses the right of free speech does not exist only 2 for tech the ideas of upon which most of us agree at a given moment in term he says protecting free speech does not that mean condoning violence traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center slow on the ten in west la he's been served at the 405 pretty sluggish ride off and on all the way of the five is getting into the boyle heights area for bed 405 that's going to be a pretty rough ride leaving culver city from venice boulevard mohallah n of has more slowing from sherman way out to about lord off stuff outside that's going to be this letter from the ten over to you about him that howard parkway were slowing of ahead coming away from else together boulevard over to the 110 freeway thing delays on the 605 southbound side coming out of the said if a spring stretch from washington to the five freeway northbound side usual routing here between the 105 in the five also slow the fifty seven if you're heading south at a bridge going to slow of slow down prefer that a puree all highway through the ninety one defense i'd also very crowded coming away from a 200 canyon at the 60 and still get that closure if you're heading into corona nutty what he's bones that agree river the right lane and offer him shut up because the brushfire you're seeing a factor from highway q forty one kfi and this guy of either fester part there's something about tru car a lot of people don't know you using true.

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