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"ginsburg sotomayor kagan" Discussed on The World and Everything In It
"It has to be the means it I guess the points or has to be the means of conveyance to the jurisdictional water. Yes. What does that mean that if it ever runs into groundwater, it is not the means of conveyance groundwater is. That's correct. We mean, by means convey of conveyances at the point source, the discernible confined scree conveyance must carry and deliver the pollutant to the navigable waters. What is the conveyance? What is the thing that carries and delivers the pollutants that groundwater is what's carrying it now remember a point source is the injection. Well, those re long pipes he's arguing the pipe needs to go directly into the ocean in order for a permit to be required. But that bright line test creates a huge loophole it does and I bet some of our listeners have spotted it. I talked about it on our zoom call. The position that the county would taking. Basically just told glitters, hey, you can avoid clean water act. All you need to do is point your pipes down into the ground instead of directly into the surface-water. Ga- jail free card that get out of jail free card is something the justices at the Supreme Court talked about to what we have is I take it an absolute roadmap for people who want to avoid the point source regulation. All we do is we just cut off the pipes or whatever five feet from the ocean you understand the problem Malcolm Stewart again, arguing in support of the county said not to worry there are other laws for that. There's a body of both state and federal law that regulates ground water. Specifically, the problem I see is that all those other statutes have different focuses their remedial there after the fact. This statue is preventative. We want to avoid having to clean it out. That's why we give a permit when I talked with Jen Smith. The ecologist she pointed out an even better preventative solution. I mean there's a million things that we should be doing with that water and first and foremost it should be recycled I mean on an island where. They're risking pumping the water table dry. There's no reason why they should be getting rid of this water irrigate agricultural fields, fertilize golf courses, and the other landscaping that's on the island. So recycling the freshwater is absolutely the most. Kind of no-brainer. Solution. Good idea but that's not what happened. If the fairly traceable test is too broad everyone with septic tank might get tangled up in it, and if the means of delivery test is too narrow, you can avoid it by cutting off the pipe five feet before the ocean. Then what so the question is, is there some middle ground test what I'm looking for? In this case is what a standard that will prevent Asian what's the standard for separating the sheep from the goats? Justice Briar had an idea he proposed a solution to his own question. I WANNA, try out one. It's regulated part under this if it's the functional equivalent of a direct discharge. The functional equivalent test. Now, if you're like me, you might be wondering. What does that mean? Even Chief Justice Roberts had that question for Briar I don't mean to be critical of. The author of the phrase but what this functional equivalent? mean. The justices asked the lawyers, what they thought, but they stumbled to and Briar. No. Worry. Because you didn't make this phrase up and we do have we do discuss these things. So we will discuss. Some insight there into what goes on the court is not in session. The court not only discussed it. The court adopted it. It is a middle ground test not as broad as the ninth circuits and not as narrow as the county's. Brier, wrote the opinion joined by Roberts Ginsburg, Sotomayor Kagan, and Cavanaugh. Brier says, the functional equivalent test is a seven factor analysis. Now, mercifully, we will not go through all seven of those only the two most important. So how long does it take for that pollutant to go from the point source? How much time before it enters into navigable waters time and and then what distance time and distance the two most important factors in the seven factor functional equivalent test. The court handed down the opinion without deciding whether the permit is needed. Now, the case goes back down to the lower courts to apply the right test. Here's the thing. The reality is we all have to go to the bathroom something needs to be done with all that waste. I'm thankful for these facilities like blue planes in DC or Lohyna in Hawaii that deals with that for us. But consider this from professor sector, we cannot keep mining industry and corporate bodies our pollution. As individuals, we must examine our own behavior and this idea came to me from a sermon that I heard and the pastor he talked about environmentalism. How do we determine how we deal with nature? And it is very spiritual, and of course, the Judeo Christian. Unions the idea of stewardship. And style. I. Do think that religious values are really going to play in major art in our carrying the moral. Well let's hope. So as we go through our daily lives, there are many things we can do. One. Thing we know is water cannot be manufactured clean drinking water is a precious natural resource. Yes even though many of us don't even think about it remember the day I visited the treatment facility in Washington DC I wanted it to educate myself to learn about what happens to my own sewage and how to better care for the environment. I'll never flush my contact lenses again..
"ginsburg sotomayor kagan" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"The reason you're not is because they're not getting it. We figured out that nursing homes were the stuff spreads, and is not spreading there. It is spreading in bars and nightclubs at spreading at the protests. interestingly enough, so the media is going to, and I only saw the Minneapolis report in one outlet, and it was a Minneapolis newspaper that was pointing out that young people who have been to the rally or into the protests have gotten covid nineteen in Minneapolis and you're not hearing that nationwide. Now the data from contact tracing does show that it tends to be bars and nightclubs. Younger people are young. People are less likely to participate in the contact rates as well. We can presume to a degree that it's coming from the protests. How much we don't know a does seem research and data does seem to show that that being outside. You're less likely to get if you go to restaurants. Restaurants sit outside. You're less likely to pick up the virus It's the inside conduct that causes it by the way there's some breaking news I need to get with while I was playing that sound bite for the vice president of this came through the Supreme Court has struck down the Louisiana Abortion Law a pretty fracture decision, but the chief justice sided with the left on this decision. Is the Lucienne abortion. Law required that doctors have admitting privileges at a local hospital nearby. If they were going to perform abortions, it was championed by pro-lifers. the Supreme Court five four decision struck down the chief justice actually disagreed with the logic of the majority agreed with their decision so it was just as Briar announced the judgment of the court delivered opinion in. In which Ginsburg Sotomayor Kagan joined Roberts filed an opinion concurring in the judgment Thomas filed a dissenting Opinion Alito filed dissenting opinion that gorsuch joined in which Thomas joined, and Kavanagh joined part of it. Gorsuch in capital also filed their own dissenting opinion so essentially this is chief justice John Roberts again tried to be Solomon. He doesn't WanNa give any winds to donald trump. So you have the lead this. This is the way this abortion case broke down continues, and I gotta read the decision. Let let's be clear here. I need to read them, but this continues. It appears to show that John Roberts's done Donald Trump. that the conservative revolution conservative legal revolution will be on hold until Donald. Trump has gone that John Roberts is not going to give. Conservatives wins on their core issues. As long as Donald Trump is White House? He refused to join the reasoning. Of the liberal majority, but gave them their win this is John Roberts, declaring the conservative legal revolution on hold until Donald Trump has gone. we will find out by reading the dissents who actually is? pro-life! And who is not, but it's very striking in the initial summation given my working theory. That, Roberts is right of center but is refusing to give big gains to the right right now because he's tried to protect the court from left wing, angst and presidential incompetence. That he's willing to not go along with the majority's reasoning in this abortion case, but he is willing to give them their their verdict. This is this is totally John Roberts. trying to protect his court by Plane Solomon. He is willing to split the baby now. There's another case out That's actually a five four decision. That's pretty notable the government you will recall passed a rule. Saying that If you get money from the United States to combat AIDS HIV. You must have public policies against human trafficking. And not outside organization sued saying they shouldn't have to have that. It was a first amendment issue. The Supreme Court on five four decision said no actually It's not against the law for the government to compel you to have policies against human trafficking if you're GONNA get federal government money amazing for liberals on the spring forth thought it was. But here we have in the abortion decision aboard Louisiana's restrictions on abortion. Go down in flames, because John Roberts cannot give the conservatives a win as long as donald trump is in the white. House We're GONNA. Take a quick time out, so I can scan the decision slightly more. Bring you further up to speed on it when we come back. Yeah, okay, so you just skimming some of the Supreme Court stuff. He let me give you if you're if you're new to this, let me give you my working theory. On the Supreme Court and it is that John Roberts is Kinda over the age of Donald Trump and believes that trump's ability to stack. Conservatives into the judiciary. Who the media has cast as yes-men to trump, even though they're not. That that has long term ramifications for the Supreme Court. but It is I. It is interesting. That John Roberts has almost himself. As the guy whose job it is to restrain the party in power, so with Donald Trump and power, the chief justice sides with the left on their big wants, and I suspect win Joe Biden is in power. He sides He. He will side with the with right now. on the obamacare case. It had everything to do I think John Roberts up elite obamacare was provide legroom for the GOP to be able to campaign in two thousand twelve. Take back. the legislature and the White House and change it, and then they failed to do so it went. Kabui that is my. That's my working. Theory that John Roberts is the ultimate politician completely unaccountable to the voters trying to navigate the Supreme Court through a turbulent age. Were everybody on all sides is coming after the supreme, court. I think that's what he's doing now. I could be completely wrong, but I think that's what he's.
"ginsburg sotomayor kagan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"IDC traffic fifty nine degrees in the American standard cooling weather center the time right now is a thirty six so the Supreme Court in a six three ruling saying that the decision to fire an employee for being gay or transgender violates title seven of the Civil Rights Act Tony Katz ninety three W. I. B. C. good morning so subtle seven that protects sex discrimination race color religion national origin you can't fire somebody for that the question was what does include sexual orientation the argument that was made by the six Ginsburg Sotomayor Kagan Briar Roberts and Gorsuch was that yes it clearly is applicable the decision made by Alito Thomas and Cavanaugh is we don't care we don't disagree that you could create a law that engages those specific groups with this law doesn't and to say that it does is not an actual understanding of the law but rather rather it's the court engaging in legislation that's actually I think happened now I have no issue if Congress wants to create a lot you know it's like when they when they talk about net neutrality they wanna use whether the telecom act of nineteen thirty three to regulate the internet stop you want to regulate the internet Congress go pass a law that says you got good grades this group or you yourself can regulate the internet not yourselves out let's see how that goes do you want to use a nineteen thirty three telecom law well that's you being Howard's right it just creates a lot if you wanna argue that title seven covers you can I don't think you can save that title seven cover something one doesn't say that it covers it I have no problem if you create a law covering you know I'm gonna get hit for this you'll know I'm gonna get him lord how dare you have nuanced cats how dare you want to defend the role of the judiciary just do what we tell you to do then there's a lot of that this ideological say it again and again because it's so important so important that we we see these things clearly there are a lot of people out there who don't want to see anything I'm not down I'm not I'm not interested in playing the game really not right and I know I know that when you don't play the game you you you've got to be prepared to take all the hits right yeah okay the game is violence the game destroys a society right we have a former cop who took the life of George Floyd we play these games we're all done well done where all the jazz of the shop where they call a day in Seattle it's all lawlessness the desk through the roof and of course you lose a society and I had no I'm not down this conversation about you know the these monuments all talk about earlier the people that the the mob mentality to taking down monuments I I am not part of that but we're going to take things down we have to take things down and that starts with everything named after Robert Byrd of West Virginia Robert Byrd headed up the KKK that's Robert Byrd the democratic senator from West Virginia who Hillary Clinton referred to as her mentor I believe it was he he had a change of heart or you can have a change of heart who knew you could be a KKK wanted gonna grand Cyclops that's actually what they they call the exalted Cyclops sorry exalted Cyclops and then you have a change of heart will we your history no longer exist no longer matters I think it does get us greatly right this wasn't we have had people put out a dumb tweet and lose their job lose their scholarship lose this that and the other the coach over Oklahoma state where shirt from one American news network and people want him fired Robert Byrd was a KKK member not to the member the leader and they name bridges and roads after him in West Virginia take him all of them take them all down if you don't mind that be great and while we're taking things down and this is Jim Garrity I am just crit in right here this is fantastic can we take get rid of everything named after Redrow Woodrow Wilson the the former president the big Woodrow Wilson by the way was Woodrow Wilson who re segregated the government and referred to African Americans as this is how Jim Carey writes it called African Americans ignorant and inferior race get rid of Woodrow Wilson everywhere erasing race how about Franklin road Delano Roosevelt's right now all he was a liberal champion but he did throw people out on internet cams based upon their race never supported anti lynching legislation John F. Kennedy nothing more than a bystander of the civil rights movement he wants Amy Davis junior performing at the White House because of his marriage to a white woman I actually never knew that until Garrity linked to it I got a national view dot com look up Jim Garrity G. E. R. A. G. H. T. Y. come on let's get the mobile beacon's taken down let's get rid of it we can't have that in our society although yeah I love the moon shot oh sure sure you know Camelot absolutely if that's enough to excuse the bigotry ideology excuses some things and not others ideology is the subject of hands here I wanted to be about changing the police but we're past that although I think we shouldn't be an Indianapolis once got a change in the police I have no problem with it I have questions are things I don't understand specifically to this idea of community policing and community policing community review I'm not sure what's meant in the if you're saying that you're going to change policing by putting more money towards housing that's not changing policing that's eliminating policing and engaging in wealth redistribution just be honest about it bear hug set just beyond a try try to be honest about for once just try to be honest about the thing you wanna make changes yeah okay why it has to be the way it always was that makes sense to anybody doesn't make rational sense that things always have to be the way they always work I'm sorry you can you can defend the police all you want if you believe that that's just ridiculous you take a look at things the business owner is defining and redefining what it is they do and how they do it the technological service for taking a look at the sales of taking a look at their suppliers taking a look at their distributors they're finding a better way maybe more economically maybe a way that has less breakage they're looking at all sorts of things and they're constantly going through it that's what you're supposed to do that's what the rational mind does oh no we can't touch the please you better believe we can touch the police but the question is what do you want and if you want the police to be neutered then you'll find you have no police I want the police to be able to do their job I do not want the police to be able to run ride roughshod over the rights of the citizenry the citizenry always does come first but if you tell me there's gonna be some kind of community aspect of this well you know what we're doing right now if you create a specific group of people and give those people power those cops are going to find that they're always guilty there's always something else good done all or something over here a moment you should have done all you could have done this that's that's gonna end up real bad real bad I would say it wasn't a tricky thing some of it's easy you don't put any on someone's neck for eight minutes eight minutes and forty six seconds get rid of no knock warrants like they did a little something that Indianapolis has yet to even consider and and when people are trying to destroy your city let the cops do their job don't just sit idly by and then figure out don't worry about it the press here so we don't ask me a question anyway because Johansen allowed the city to burn a lot of banks three set on fire a lot of windows to be broken you know no one's asked him where were the police Friday night where were the police Saturday morning the plea Saturday night no one says governor Holcomb where was the National Guard Friday night where was National Guard starting morning where's National Guard Saturday night the last it's just the way they took it away that's what they hope for and that may very well be what they're hoping for this police reform stuff sunlight people the best disinfectant you got to be the light Jeremy Scott as traffic.
"ginsburg sotomayor kagan" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Charlie Kirk Dot com freedom at Charlie Kirk Dot Com. The Supreme Court just ruled five four against a California church similar to the one that Rob McCoy is the senior pastor of that challenged Gavin newsom unconstitutional public gathering restrictions Supreme Court not the California Supreme Court the United States Supreme Court John Roberts a Bush appointee. The final decision was five. Four and Roberts sided with the anti-american Leftists Marxists justices of Sotomayor Kagan brier and Ginsburg and Roberts agreed with them and sided with them. Amazing how John Roberts George W Bush appointee has been on the wrong side of so many consequential decisions for our country. The most famous being the obamacare decision back in two thousand twelve the summer of two thousand twelve and so now we have here Cavanaugh Gorsuch Alito. That were in the minority opinion. Gorsuch Kevin are trump appointed. Justices boy if you WANNA super clear contrast between Bush style big government governance and Maga- doctrine style trump governance. Look at this decision or Christians. Want go back to church. And the Supreme Court Are United States. Supreme Court says no and Bush appointed justice. The chief justice of the Supreme Court of the United States John Roberts sides with the anti-american leftist secular Marxist justices Ginsburg Sotomayor Kagan and brier says a lot. Is Everything you need to know about establishment Republican politics the direction that we should never go again. You guys are GonNa love this conversation with Rob McCoy. I think you're GONNA be really blessed by it. There's a lot of information shared. This guy is an activist pastor in the public square who loves his country loves the Kingdom of Jesus Christ and fights for what is right and what is true every single day and he's also the former mayor thousand oaks a mayor pastor a Patriot and activist someone that we should all look up to buckle up everybody. I think you're really going to enjoy it so rob something you hear all the time. Separation of church and state with. That's what we need what we have. I agree we need to keep the state out of the Church but not this the church out of the state that was never intended but does it say anywhere in the constitution separation of church and state you know the thing it has is a letter written by Jefferson to the Bit Danbury Baptist Convention where he says an invisible wall of separation and what he was stating is there isn't going to be one denomination. That's going to run this. That was a single president. Essential Presidents opinion but they use it in a supreme court. Justice kept that wasn't a ruling by the third branch of government up until the forties. It was always interpreted very clearly until the forties. They called it. The establishment clause and they booted religion out of the public's where it was never intended to be that way however the lack of Christianity and the lack of religion is a religion leftism. They'VE UNIFIED BELIEF. Yep their fervent in their advancement of it. They are committed towards making sure that we cannot pray. CanNot exercise cannot talk. The Ronald Reagan's son goes on television with the atheist can commission you've seen these advertisements and he says we need freedom from religion nor nor does that sale where constitution now. We think I think we have to get better with better when we say unconstitutional. I really we should be saying is immoral because.
"ginsburg sotomayor kagan" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"A little bit and smith versus maryland but he added if it was a search authorities still could take the records without a warrant because there was a special need in preventing terrorism wow i want i want to look for these special need clause in the constitution because boy that's right in the good and political okay so i was writing some section they're good and plenty and is in the good and plenty is the separation of church and state and that just underneath that is the special need okay as especially that seriously though so bad so bad how many different parameters are we going to allow for okay well it's it's it's we're going to go with the constitution except except for this one here unless it's a special circumstance i shall need special need unless there's something extraordinary happening i mean you suspend the constitution if there's a crisis right no no so there's the fourth amendment issue and i'd like to know how he was stand on this did you see over the weekend we got now fifth amendment issue coming up here where you know that michael cohen had his office rated back in april as they're investigating him to see business practices and trump and others have said that this is just a dragnet to try to get trump on something well listen to this they are now up to over two million pieces of evidence that they potential evidence that they have taken from coen's office in home basically gonna go through it and then give back everything i always thought the fifth amendment had to be very specific about what was being searched and why they were searching it and who they were searching as opposed to just tell you what we're going to go ahead and inventory the entire catalogue of your home and we're going to give stuff back over time no what are you specifically searching for that's how it works and so this is something else it's going to be up there scary we have a bill writes i swear seems like we don't at times now but buttress is the point trump's been saying it's a witch hunt it's a witch hunt i mean if you're taking over two million items from someone and just going through it and giving back what you don't need insurance hell kind of sounds like that's what this is right now good times it's a little scary actually and you don't want a justice who is weak on that because you got you already have four who are weak on that and we know that you know you got your ginsburg sotomayor kagan and illinois briar right yeah brier and then you've got the four who were solid we need one more who's also solid on at least you could count on anthony kennedy for privacy issues usually he was really pretty good on liberty issues and that's a liberty issue if you're willing to give up your liberty for your safety you deserve neither and you're going to lose both kind of what rand paul saying about ben franklin and how he summed that up just it doesn't work in other words it doesn't work you just you just wind up not having either one of them and then you know you're crying in your beer remark or you've spilled it or whatever you spill the milk and you're gonna be sorry cry in the beer and right stuff or my xactly yeah please teach your kids teach your kids the constitution this is not especially since they don't learn it in school anymore is america is such a unique system it's such a unique place that this stuff doesn't just freedom doesn't just magically occur in isn't just maintain because we woke up the next day you gotta fight for this stuff and don't take stuff lying down even if it's a supreme court nominee by your own party that was beautiful thank you it's a good way to end the show today feeling good way to know and it was beautiful wash my hair for ninety four minutes triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three us that number tomorrow talk to you then pat gray unleashed on the blaze radio network
"ginsburg sotomayor kagan" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Work with anyone republicans work with gop as long as they they don't start spewing extremist redder in other words as long as they agree with you on how on how the bill should be written or what should be done then you work with them but if they bring to you conservative ideas then you just discount them as extreme that's exact same thing beto did here we'll work with anybody as long as they agree with me okay well you're quite a uniter aren't you and and he said that as far as the supreme court nominee he'll vote for any of them as long as they believe that roe v wade should not be imperilled k roe v wade is is settled law they've got to believe in obamacare and can't overturn that okay susan collins run is yes ain't ted cruz e rap is all the liberal republicans in every democrat in office i'm hoping that maybe like mansion from west virginia yeah i'm hoping maybe mansion is a hold out from the democrats will vote with the republicans on this only eight fifty mike pence break the tie and we get we don't we don't even know if mccain is going to be in any kind of shape to vote mccain's not gonna vote mccain not even vote he will he will anything that trump supports right i mean that's that is his principal yeah he has the fly into defeat a supreme court nominee he will but right now it's what fifty one to forty nine forty nine so you can lose one if you have if you take away mccain mccain's fifty fifty but you've got mike pence so he would break the tie if it's fifty forty nine in favor of the democrats you got mike pence to tie but you can't win so so i started good scenario we can't lose susan collins and that's why i think amy barrett would be a great choice to me probably tougher for her to vote against confirming a woman than a man don't you think 'cause that's we mean i thought thought it was sexist not to push through a woman here you got a chance for this to be the third woman on the fourth woman on the court ginsburg sotomayor kagan and this would be number four yeah wow and i mean when i was a kid there had never been a female so prem court justice until sandra day o'connor right have been a republican kids that that nominated her by the way name of ronald reagan so for those keeping score about that we've gone from zero just in the last few decades to what could very possibly be four of the nine pretty pretty amazing so yeah just i mean got a chance here so we'll see we'll see tonight if it does turn out to be amy barrett and then you know the confirmed confirmation process should be fascinating so it's gonna be great because our country is so mature and capable of handling handling conflict and disagreement that it's going to work it gonna be fine just gonna pass by noticeably blip on the news radar all right let me tell you about a product i i.