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Who Would Make a Great Supreme Court Advocate?
"Just because you've watched so many Supreme Court arguments, you know, so many of the justices, you know, so many of the legal people. If you had to recommend a Supreme Court advocate today, someone called you up and their company is on the line, they have to argue before the Supreme Court, who would it be? I guess it would probably be Paul Clement. You and I said the same thing. I got asked that question a couple of years ago. And I've never met Paul Clement or spoken to him, but I hit Paul Clement. Tell people why. Well, because he's just if he weren't such a nice and intelligent and good guy, I would say that he was an idiot savant of an advocate. I mean by that, I don't mean that he's an idiot. I mean that even when he was a baby advocate, he came to the Justice Department with John ashcroft for whom he had worked on the Senate Judiciary Committee, I think. And he was in his young 30s and Ted Olson was the solicitor general and had just won Bush versus gore for president Bush by then president Bush and ashcroft, I think, actually wanted Paul to be solicitor general and the compromise was that he would be deputy, which he was for four years, and then he became solicitor general on his own. But as Ted also would say, Paul is just an amazing advocate. And he is not a, you know, when he worked for the government, he represented the government. When he worked for the Catholic Church, he represents the Catholic Church. Do I think that is closer to an approximation of his views? Yes, I do. But he was a just a bang up advocate for the government. And so was Ted Olson. They both represented they both defended the McCain feingold law. And one in the Supreme Court, and it fell apart years later, and they represent different interests now that they're in private practice, but that didn't stop them from being the best advocates possible for their client at the time and their client at the time was the United States government. You just named two of the four of the greatest Supreme Court advocates of my generation, the other two being the now chief justice John Roberts, and the fourth being an it'll come to me. I just forgot his name. And there are four. And they were always, I get calls, and when the chief justice was in private practice at Hogan, I would say go get him. And now when I get calls, I say go get Paul Clement because Ken Starr judge Starr is no longer practicing. They work great Supreme Court advocates because they just are at ease and I bring that up because of your Walter dellinger story on page one 30 and God bless the late Walter dellinger, who is a great man in the law, with whom I disagreed often. But he mixed up the names of justices, O'Connor and Ginsburg in his first argument. That's over practicing. Nina, that's don't you think that's what it was. He was overprepared he had thought about it so much. I'm not going to mix them up. I'm not going to mix them up. I'm not going to mix them up, and he mixed them up, and they were not happy. I don't even know if it was that. First his first argument, it just was maybe the first time he faced the two of them on the court. You're right. You're right. And he said, I mean, I've done this. I've said North Carolina when my script says South Carolina, I don't know what happens. In a less than ladylike expression, it's a brain fart. Yeah. Happens to me like on a daily basis. Nina totenberg. I mean, on a daily basis, three hours of radio you're going to do it, your buddy Steve never makes a mistake inscape. And I really hate that. But I make mistakes every day. Let me go on now to what the essence of dinners with Ruth is. And I remind you of the Frank luntz role, we've got to say the title of dinners with rouge 7 times for people to remember dinners with Ruth and order dinners with Ruth. And I want to tell my Friends on the center right in the right, this book will charm you and inform you and you'll be better for having read it. I said that most recently about Evan Thomas's one, Evan is a friend, one is about justice O'Connor and as dinners with Ruth does for justice Ginsburg one did for justice O'Connor and together they do what is only very infrequently done they give you a glimpse of the real world of the Supreme Court. And you know what? So much better than I do. I know some of the justices, but not as friends. I mean, colleague, John Roberts, an old colleague, chief just a justice Thomas and Stephen Breyer sat for interviews. And justice Gorsuch had been spent time with, but I don't know them like you know them. And you are a great storyteller. And you humanize them, but especially judge justice Ginsburg. Did you intend that when you began?
RGB Hurt Democrats by Not Quitting While She Was Ahead
"After so many close calls, Jesus Christ, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dropped dead at 87 years old. As I said in earlier shows, she died at very stubborn woman who should have taken Obama's hint that maybe she should call it a career. So that he could appoint a young progressive Democrat inside the Supreme Court, but no, the mainstream media will never tell you that. RGB stayed in their way too fucking long, often falling asleep, but earrings and spending a lot of time at home when she broke a foot or a heart or a towel, whatever the fuck. Look, I know the one was going through hell. I know she had cancer in different types of cancer. And that's, please, my heart breaks for anybody suffering through that, but that's the time you just retire. What are you doing? Had she retired when Barack Obama asked her the Supreme Court would have had a very different balance to counteract the appointees Trump dropped in like Kavanaugh Gorsuch and Amy call me Barrett. And that development is going to hurt Democrats going forward for many, many years. Decades, maybe. When Ruth Bader Ginsburg died, the ridiculous mainstream media called her an unrelenting trailblazer for gender equality. They never bothered to tell you what I told you that this wonderful little woman wanted to lower the age of consent for our daughters to 12 years old. So you can worship her all you want, but any woman who can think like that is a mean bitch in my book.
What Is the Dormant Commerce Clause?
"Okay, let's go to one where conservatives divide. The pork case in the dormant commerce clause of the negative commerce clause and I tell people they don't know boring until they've sat through these cases. And I hate teaching them. I don't know if you like teaching them. This is my favorite area here. I knew it. No, I tell the students we were about to go through the desert. This is the part of a deuteronomy where you're going to wander through the dormant commerce clause. You've got to explain people. States can interfere with the flow of commerce. That's what I start my students on. If there's a river and it's starting up in Minnesota and it's sending New Orleans states can't charge tolls along the way. That's like the basic story. What does the pork producer regulation do other than interfere with state commerce? Right, right. But the question is the way that you boil down the jurisprudence and it's not clear and ultimately I filed a brief at the search stage to get the Supreme Court to take this case. And I support the pork producers because I think what California is doing is really setting standards for the country. But I hope even if that position loses as it might because for example, you mentioned this divides conservatives, Gorsuch and Thomas, I think are going to rule for California here. They don't like the dormant commerce clause unless it's a clear situation like that tolls of the highway or the river or whatever. But it's a very heterodox. You're going to you might see the liberal split as well for that matter. I mean, it's not, it doesn't match up with normal ideological divisions. But I hope they clarify the standard because currently the what's called a pike balancing test. And whenever you have a balancing test, I mean, typically whoever the swing justice just kind of throws up their hands and says, okay, let's go this way. And it's very hard. Again, hard to predict, but better a better standard would be would be very useful.
Doug Assesses the Kennedy v. Bremerton SCOTUS Case
"Let's go back to this court case out of Kennedy, the Bremerton school dish. This is about a prayer case. As a chaplain in the United States Air Force, it is a pastor and others I have dealt with these issues a lot. We have determined that there is this inseparable many people in this country believe this is inseparable. Idea of church and state that neither of the two shall meet. And the truth of the matter is is that what the founders and framers says that they'll show me no establishment of religion and the government can not force or prescribe the methods of religion that are found in our country. In other words, you're free to worship and free to express that any way you can. It is not the government's job to establish one over the others, not the government's job to promote one or the other. In fact, the government's job is to protect your freedom of expression, your freedom of speech as it comes forth and the rights. Dictated. And even if that means that if you are a government agency or you have people inside your agency who are expressing their freedom of speech and their freedom of expression, as long as that is not in a sense expressing that for the government itself, then you're okay. But this has been the problem. Nobody wants to deal with it. They're doing this this discussion back and forth and we have the Gorsuch finally putting this to rest. And this decision is a 6 to three decision saying that this coach who is praying after a ball game on his own after the game was not at the time inviting others. He wasn't requiring anybody to pray with him. Of course others would join him and gather now to pray. Was okay because as gorgeous as the Gorsuch said that Supreme Court is made playing that there's no automatic establishment calls violation when a public school or other government anti fails to censor private religious speech.
Doug Deep Dives Into Recent Supreme Court Decisions
"When you look at the courts decisions over the years, you either have a group that is called more of the originalist or constitutionalist that believe that the founding document, the constitution, is the banner by which everything else is measured. It's the measuring stick. And if it's in the founding fathers, enumerated rights, they said, this is what the federal government is going to do. And then they have riots at plenty of rights that are interpreted or founded in the constitution that may not be a numerator, but through tradition and through others is Alito and others have said in the abortion decision recently and we've seen it in the writings of Neil Gorsuch, clarence Thomas and others. That are just they're there and they're protected as we go for. Now, they may be brought out of amendments, but they may be in the constitution actual wording yourself. And then you have rises the Tenth Amendment of the constitution says that any rise that are not given to the federal government or named in the constitution are then given to the states or the people. This is where we're seeing the interesting mix right now because you have it now a majority of the court that is constitutionalist or originalist in their intent. They frame everything about what the constitution said or did not say. And then you have the grouping on the court and the political opinion that says, no, the constitution is evolving, that you're supposed to use it as a measuring stick, but the measuring shit can be altered based on cases now and decisions of what's going on as we currently have it. This is what is formed the problem if you would are the crisis of many. And when you get decisions that have been handed out over the last few weeks, such as the Second Amendment decision out of New York, in which clarence Thomas actually declared that, you know, the Second Amendment could not be treated as a lesser right. What happened in the state of New York was is they had a may issue condition on a carry permit or an owner's permit for a gun in New York State. What the reality was that you had to show just calls. Well, the just calls as clarence Thomas and others agreed on the court was the just cause was you have the Second Amendment. The just call says that you can own a firearm for your protection as you can keep that farm and it's not up to the state to keep you from it for arbitrary reasons such as a just calls provision saying, well, do you really need it or not?
We Must Acknowledge Trump's Role in the Overturning of Roe v. Wade
"We need to make sure we understand it. If it wasn't for somebody else, this would not have got done. And I know everyone has different opinions of this individual, but this is a fact, and you don't have to like one about to say. You don't have to like it, but if you like babies and you like the unborn, the misses a fact. How do I put this? Someone who lived a colorful life from New York City, who was once pro choice himself who once supported Planned Parenthood, God had a call on his life. Or maybe just one or two or three reasons. But to go down a golden escalator and win an election, he was not supposed to win. And again, you don't have to like the guy. I'm not saying you have to like it. It's a fact of life that God can use anybody for any reason. And he did a highly suspicious thing. He actually did what he said he was going to do. I know we're not used to that. Makes us all very freaked out, right? And we got Amy Coney Barrett, Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh. And I want to say, Kavanaugh's ruling on immigration was somewhat disappointing, but if you survive an assassination attempt on your family and you still rule correctly on roe V wade, that's worthy of appreciation and applause. It really is. That's courage. So it's a big moment for the church. We must now step into this and help the people that need our help and see this as a great
Supreme Court Justice Slams President Wilson's Legacy
"Over in the Gorsuch concurrence on page four, he writes about, from time to time, some people have questioned the assertion that the framers believed the republic would be more likely to enact just laws than a regime administered by a ruling class of largely unaccountable ministers. Justice Gorsuch drops footnote one in the Gorsuch concern. It might be famous footnote one. For example, Woodrow Wilson famously argued that quote popular sovereignty embarrassed the nation because it made it harder to achieve executive expertise. In Wilson's eyes, the mass of the people were selfish ignorant timid stupid stubborn or foolish. He expressed even greater disdain for particular groups. Defending the white men of the south, for ridding themselves by fair means or foul of the intolerable burden of government sustained by the votes of ignorant African Americans. And that's in brah and blacks. Woodrow Wilson really despised black people. I hope you know that. Wilson likewise denounce this is gorgeous again. Wilson likewise denounced immigrants from the south of Italy and men of the meanest sort out of Hungary and Poland, who possessed neither skill nor energy nor any initiative of quick intelligence.
"gorsuch" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Yes, so first of all, I think justice Gorsuch is in fact correct that there are there's a constitutional logic underlining the major questions doctrine and that's the non delegation doctrine. The idea here is that Congress can not delegate its legislative power to the executive branch. Now, that constitutional doctrine is suspect and people thought it was long dead up until a few years ago. When justice Gorsuch and other members of the court appeared to want to revive it. And so justice Gorsuch's concurrence, again, underscores that this non delegation doctrine is back. And there might be a future case in which the court actually relies on it to say a statute passed by Congress, not just a regulation as in this case, but a statute passed by Congress is unconstitutional because it gives too much authority to the executive branch. Now, even leaving that aside, the major questions ruling in the majority opinion in which Gorsuch and Alito concurred also is going to have major impacts potentially on other agencies. I mean, there are tons of regulations that are in process that might have major implications. SEC regulations about climate related disclosures. We have regulations coming out about the sale of guns. So we have ghost guns that can't be easily traced. And because the major questions doctrine is so broad because it as justice Roberts said in this case, the major question is doctrine comes up whenever it makes a judge raise an eyebrow. So if you look at all these regulations, a judge either at the Supreme Court or in an appellate court or even in a district court might raise their eyebrow at, say, the ATF's ability to regulate firearms and decide that it's out, simply because it seems like it's too broad and exercise of authority. And to my mind, that's pretty dangerous. Yeah, it's fascinating. It's really helpful analysis from you. Thank you, professor. Professor Blake Emerson of the UCLA law school. Coming up, senator pat toomey
Article III Project's Mike Davis on the Transformation of SCOTUS
"With us right now is Mike Davis formerly chief counsel for nominations for the U.S. Senate committee on the judiciary and a law clerk formerly and also helped justice Gorsuch, get on the U.S. Supreme Court, Mike, welcome back to the program. Thank you for having me, Charlie. I always love when you do our interviews, you have that beautiful picture behind you. It's just, it's incredible. So Washington crossing the Delaware if I'm not mistaken. It is, yeah, and I've big, big, big admirer of that painting and what it actually means. So Mike ten years ago, I got my start in politics and I was pro life then as I am now, but I was told by people that roe versus wade would never be overturned. Ten years ago, justice Scalia was lamenting that the court had gone off the rails. What happened in a decade, where we went from a court that was insane and dominated by Sotomayor and Kagan and upheld ObamaCare is merely a tax, even though we know simply that that was an insane decision. We're ten years later, we now have restored constitutional sanity. What do you attribute the success to? I attributed this success to president Donald J Trump and Senate Republicans. President Trump in 2016 won an upset victory against Hillary Clinton in big part because he promised he would appoint constitutionalist Supreme Court Justices and federal judges who would follow the law instead of rewrite the law and what we saw with this Dobbs decision coming out was the culmination of that. It was because president Trump transformed the 5 to four John Roberts court to the 5 to four clarence Thomas court with the appointments of justices, Gorsuch, my former boss, justice Kavanaugh, who I helped lead through the Senate confirmation and then justice Amy Coney Barrett. So it is a fundamental transformation of the federal judiciary back to its constitutionalist origins, what is supposed to be before the liberals hijack the Supreme Court nearly 90 years
'Created Equal' Author Mark Paoletta Reacts to SCOTUS Overturning Roe
"But Mark talked to us about last week. As you said, sep, a great day for the constitution. I can't stop smiling, right? It's such a wonderful, such a wonderful thing that happened, right? And there's so many on so many levels. One of them being that the left through everything at these justice is in the most despicable way possible, right? And one of the I worked on justice Thomas's confirmation back in 1991, right? And I saw it when I reviewed his speeches in an article from his time as the EEOC. He'd been through the fire and he never wilted. He never bent, right? And so to see whether you never know how a justice is going to be until they're on the court in under fire. And it's such a great day that justice Barrett justice Gorsuch justice Kavanaugh, justice Alito, and justice Thomas, did not bend, right? And that's one of the most important things coming out of this opinion. Returning it to the states where it properly belongs. And then this intimidation. And you know, when you going back to the book and the movie, justice Thomas recognized, during those confirmation hearings, all the left cared about was this decision. This is what they were going to destroy him on. So the roe V wade was the neuralgic point for the left. 100% and he goes back to it over and over. He said, they didn't care what I did with my life. They didn't care about anything I had done. They wanted this issue, and they were going to destroy me to keep this issue.
"gorsuch" Discussed on KOMO
"Cool spot around here looks to be in the Everett area where it's 73, we have 82 in Tacoma and 85 in both Bremerton and Seattle, northwest news time is 7 36. While 7 years after 7 years the case of Joe Kennedy, the Bremerton high school football coach who prayed at midfield settled by the Supreme Court 6 to three, the Kai court ruled that the school district was wrong to fire Kennedy in 2015 over concerns of violating the separation of church and state, Robert Barnes has been following the case very closely for The Washington Post. He spoke with Bill O'Neill. It was a public school school employee and students on school property. Why doesn't this infringe on the separation of church and state and what did justice Neil Gorsuch say in his majority opinion? Well, justice Gorsuch said that this was a private and he said quiet display of religious exercise by the coach that even public employees are allowed to do such a thing. And that the school district was wrong to discipline him. It sided with the coach saying he was not coercing students to get involved. He said that he was not coercing students to go along with this and that the school board should have tolerated this what the justice is called a quiet moment of prayer after the game. The lawyers representing the Bremerton school district described the postgame prayer as coercive, what did the dissenting justices say in support of that argument? Well, it was such a difference in the way the two sides saw the case. As the majority saw it as sort of a quiet yield and prayer of Thanksgiving, justice, Sotomayor who wrote the name dissent included photos of coach Kennedy, raising his helmet over his head and the players kneeling around him on the field. Really a very different view of what it said. And the minority, the three dissenting justices said that any kind of activity like this is coercive on adolescents who are dependent on their coach for playing time or even recommendations for scholarships. In your report, you say the court under chief justice John Roberts has recently been overwhelmingly protective of religious rights. Where does the Kennedy versus Bremerton school district fit into that trend? Well, that fits right into it. This is basically a clean sweep for religious interests at the Supreme Court this term just last week that it ruled that main had to include private religious schools if it was going to allow parents to use tuition vouchers for to send some students to private schools. It's really a hallmark of the Roberts court this protection of religious interests and we saw it again today. Now, as for coach Kennedy, of course, he is retired at this point. He's living in Florida. What's next for him? Well, he says he's coming back. He says if he gets his job back, he will be there and that he will be on the sideline in the fall and that he is looking forward to being back with this guys. That's Robert Barnes, read much more on this online, go to Washington Post dot com. And that's Bill O'Neill, a Seattle used sports law professor says the high court got it wrong in this case. Confusion was the first reaction from sports law professor Kelly Rodriguez curry. I think there's a lot of lawyers trying to make sense of what this means for First Amendment protections. The standard has long been of separation of church and state. But the court ruled Joseph Kennedy's religious freedoms were violated. The public schools are definitely going to have some challenges with trying to figure out what's permitted on campus. A more liberal U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the case in 2019 only to change its mind when the composition changed. The makeup of the court has changed dramatically. And I think that's definitely how we've seen these cases make waves and change laws. Rodriguez curry says the ripple effects could go far beyond the playing field. John lobert, northwest news radio. And coming up on 7 40, we visit the Beacon plumbing sports desk at T mobile park. The Mariners starting a 7 game home stand with the Baltimore Orioles in that first series right now middle of the second and it's the O's over the ends by a score of two to zero. Seahawks training camp kicks off a month from today, Bill Swartz on how 12s can watch their favorite team practice. 12 practice sessions are open to the public at the vmac from July 27th to late August. To our first season ticket holders exclusively and there's one practice session at lumen field in Seattle, August 6th. Same drill as previous years, beginning this Wednesday, seahawk fans must register on the team's website. There is a $12 transportation fee for the shuttle ride. The Mariners are home from a successful road trip, but it was marred by a fight interrupted two to one loss to the LA angels. 6 players in both managers ejected and faced MLB discipline. 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"gorsuch" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Help with this country's war against Russia at today's G 7 meeting, and artificial intelligence is getting more intelligent all the time, but one expert says we shouldn't be worried about a robot rebellion anytime soon. We don't actually have intelligence and artificial intelligence. The evidence that people are using that they say shows intelligence is the ability of these machines to synthesize text and it's not even showing that coming up here and now. The news is first. Lie from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. The U.S. Supreme Court is siding with a high school football coach who claims the right to publicly kneel and pray midfield after each game with players, despite the school's objections, citing separation of church and state, and piercing a totenberg reports justice Neil Gorsuch was among the 6 conservative justices to rule in favor of more accommodation for religion in public schools. A writing for the conservatives today, justice Neil Gorsuch, said that the school relied exclusively and improperly on concerns that the prayers would be viewed as a religious endorsement by the school. He said the school district had not shown that students had been coerced into praying, and he said, barring coach Kennedy from preying on the 50 yard line at the end of each game was a form of hostility to religion in violation of the constitution. In PR's Nina totenberg writing for the three liberal justices on the bench who all opposed, justice Sonia Sotomayor said the decision sets us further down a perilous path in forcing states to entangle themselves in religion. Days after the Supreme Court overturned roe versus wade, Mississippi is among the latest states moving to enact near total bans on abortion, a court's temporarily halting similar action in Louisiana pending a legal challenge. Many U.S. Military bases are located in states where abortion services are now banned. The Defense Department says it's working to develop policies for women ordered to serve in those states who want to end their pregnancies. Here's NPR's Brian man. Defense secretary Lloyd Austin released a statement after Rowe was struck down by the Supreme Court, saying the military is, quote, evaluating our policies to ensure we continue to provide seamless access to reproductive health. But army specialist Bailey says she wouldn't want to serve at a military base in states where abortions are banned. I would not be comfortable
Dan Bongino: If Libs Want to Pack the Court, Conservatives Will Play
"Didn't work out well for the Democrats last time Taught him a lesson They wanted to dump the filibuster We said okay dump the filibuster Here's Amy Coney Barrett Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh How do you like them apples You want to make the Supreme Court 12 Let's make it 36 And we'll nominate well nominate 20 more You want to make it 36 We'll make it a 136 Next thing you know what it looked like a parliamentary system in the UK We can do that too I'm warning you now I will use every microphone and video camera in my power I'm not suggesting my word isn't any way dispositive I don't have an inflated sense of self worth But as I said in my podcast earlier and I'll say again now I've got a lot of friends and conservative media that agree with me some don't Many do I will make sure that if you decide to pack the court that all of us press every single person in a Republican or orbit from the activist space up on The donors and everyone else to press every single Republican to nominate three people for everyone they nominate back You may not like what you see after that Make it a national right to school choice You may get national pro life legislation codifying the right to life you may get a flat tax You may get a fair tax You're not going to like any of that You may get a balanced budget amendment You're not going to like any of that
Trump's Legacy Is the Overturning of Roe v. Wade
"Welcome back. Welcome back. Welcome back, ladies and gentlemen. Gentlemen and lady shout out. Oh, let me clarify this real quick. Because you know I've been talking about roe V wade and all this stuff, but you know who I didn't give credit to? I almost feel like I should be ashamed of myself. I didn't give credit to Donald Trump. Do you realize that Donald Trump when he was in when he was in power when he was the president of the United States of America, he got us, I don't know how many two or three Supreme Court conservative Supreme Court Justices, Conor berry, Kavanaugh, and Gorsuch, am I saying, is that right? I think those are the three Supreme Court Justices who are conservative. So he did a pretty good job putting these conservatives in place to navigate this. I think a lot of people are missing out on giving Trump some credit because I don't care if you like him or not. If you believe this was a victory, there's no way this would have happened if he had been able to put in that many Supreme Court Justices. Now, you know, I'm hoping that we can get more of them in there. With the whole course was conservative. The whole court was conservative. Maybe minus one person that'll be our life will turn around quickly.
Will a Reporter Ask Schumer About Inciting Violence Against Kavanaugh?
"Which reporter is going to ask him how it feels to have possibly motivated a man from California to track down Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's home, I wonder how Chuck Schumer feels about his vicious, angry kooky rhetoric. About what will happen if the United States Supreme Court rules in a way that is not favorable towards roe V wade and allows states to determine a woman's right to an abortion, not a federal law, do you remember what Chuck Schumer said? In 2020, after president Trump appointed conservatives to the Supreme Court and the left started freaking out that roe V wade would be struck down, let's take a little stroll together down memory lane. And they're taking away fundamental rights. I want to tell you Gorsuch. I want to tell you, Kavanaugh, you have released the whirlwind. And you will pay the price. You won't know what hit you. If you go forward with these awful decisions, well, where are you today, senator Schumer, now that a man from California, an armed man charged with attempted murder, they're not playing around with this guy. They're not charging him with some kind of low level. They are charging him literally the authorities are convinced that this man was outside Brett Kavanaugh's house with the intention of killing him.
How Democrats Like Schumer Incite Violence, Then Look the Other Way
"During the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln made this striking observation, he said, must I shoot the simple soldier boy who desserts? While I must leave untouched, the wily agitator who induces him to desert. So what's Abraham Lincoln talking about here. He's talking about instigation. He's talking about incitement. He's talking about, in this case, Democrats who were urging union soldiers to not participate in the Civil War. And we hear a lot these days about incitement about instigation. Of course, the January 6th committee starting well tonight is going to try to make its case. A rolling the stone up the hill, so to speak, the Trump somehow instigated January 6th. It's a little hard to show because all those people came to D.C. and Trump's speech was on that day itself so the people who were there with regard to the capital of what Trump said was completely benign, let's march peacefully and patriotically. There's no incitement there. By contrast, I want you to listen to this statement by now Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer. Listen, here we go. I want to tell you, Gorsuch, I want to tell you Kavanaugh. You have released the whirlwind. And you will pay the price. Now, what could be more incendiary than that? There's a kind of a double effect to watch Schumer saying number one. He's trying to strike fear into the justices themselves, essentially calling them out. Hey, Kavanaugh, hey Gorsuch. So he's threatening them directly. And then second, he's telegraphing to the extremists on his own side. The antifa types, the kind of fanatics on the left, and there are obviously plenty of those. So what you have here is a the leadership of the Democrats. Guys like Schumer are calling on the paramilitary fanatics on the left to then make good, if you will, on their
Remember, Chuck Schumer Is the Violent One
"Now compare that to what Schumer said Cut one go I want to tell you Gorsuch I want to tell you Kavanaugh you have released the whirlwind And you will pay the price You won't know what hit you If you go forward with these awful decisions So who is it That's instigating an insurrection Who is it who is seditious Schumer Just in case the morons at the compost and the slimes the morons the constipated news network and MS LSD And the other moronic media moronic Democrats and morons nationwide didn't catch it
Ellen Carmichael's Documentation of Attacks by Pro-Abortionists
"We're going to have a hearing tomorrow The same press that brought us to this point to the precipice That press It's going to cover the hearing And these committee members and their staff they're huddling right now On how to rebut The sorts of things that I'm saying The sorts of things I'm saying Pay a price Kavanaugh pay a price Gorsuch You're going to pay a price Can you imagine if Trump said that He never said anything like that So they got to look at texts and emails and oh look at that Look at this We've got this from Jared and we got this from Meadows who look we got this from ban and all look at So what And they're doing it in the good old stalinist way I thought words mattered Isn't that what they tell us Is anybody heard from Liz Cheney tonight Anything out there mister I haven't heard anything of you Adam king singer Any member of this committee Anybody heard from any of them Why not
"gorsuch" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Roberts and justice Brett Kavanaugh are the only justices to be in the majority in all 100 cases Again though and people who are profiling that Texas abortion case may be scratching their heads because I think many people would see chief justice Roberts concurrence in that opinion as really a dissent And so you know again that highlights the information that we can glean from this But I think that these kind of numbers that we're looking at now are going to radically change by the end of the term and just this couple of month ban because we are getting so many divisive cases and I suspect that the numbers will probably prove you right June to show that chief justice Roberts was no longer in the middle of the court And then the court has really tilted towards his more conservative colleague There isn't really a swing vote anymore like justice Kennedy was Is there I think it depends on the issue that you're talking about with justice Kennedy you know you really didn't know all the time which side of the issue in any particular case he was going to be on there were certain issues You could say yes I'll be on this side or on the other side With this court I think that there are a few really precise issues that you can see a swing justice And so it may surprise listeners that justice Gorsuch is often a vote with his more liberal colleagues on things like tribal rights or even rights for Puerto Ricans and other U.S. territories But we're not going to see justice for stitch kind of as a swing vote in these big divisive cases like guns and abortion I think you're right June That just doesn't really exist on the current Supreme Court anymore Kimberly justice Stephen Breyer's retiring after nearly 30 years on the bench Did you see anything different from him this term and are you expecting any last minute fireworks from him That is a really good question June I don't think we saw anything really different from justice Breyer this term I think you know just listening to him talk before he had announced his retirement It seemed like he had really hoped to kind of use his longtime and relationship on the bench to be able to sway the court away from some of these bigger more divisive rulings But if the draft opinion tells us anything it doesn't seem like he was successful at least with regard to abortion which is kind of the marquee issue this term So you know as far as the fireworks we can get from him I think it will be more along the lines of a sharp descent or pointing out long-term projects kind of making Alaska effort for it We saw him recently do this with the death penalty calling on the justices to reconsider the constitutionality of that But there's just not the votes on the court So there's very limited amount that justice Breyer can do as he's kind of making his farewell tour Before I let you go I want to talk a little about the leak What's the latest on the investigation by the Supreme Court Marshals office Well you know we have heard some more leaking from the leaf that the marshal's office is taking particular step to get personal phone records from the clerks and we have Bloomberg have been able to independently verify that but that's definitely something that signals kind of a unique and stark change from the atmosphere at the court before typically this is a very friendly institution and to see the marshal's office requesting the personal information of their clerks is something pretty jarring Thanks Kimberly That's Bloomberg laws Kimberly strawbridge Robinson Coming up a major defeat for special counsel John Durham This is Bloomberg Why.
Radical Left Organizations Encourage the Targeting of SCOTUS Homes
"Yesterday we talked about the group rise up for abortion, which is really just a front for a shadowy revolutionary Communist Party group. A Maoist organization founded in the 60s by bob, avakian. Now, interestingly enough, some on the left don't like that group because they call it a cult. Which seems very apropos. Now, another group that's actually getting probably more attention because they were the ones that actually doxxed the 5 out of the 6 conservative justices, Samuel Alito, Amy Coney Barrett, clarence Thomas, Brett Kavanaugh, Neil Gorsuch, is a group called Ruth sent us. Ruth sent us is asking activists to target Supreme Court Justices who may overturn roe V roe V wade with demonstrations at their private homes. Now, can we just state it? As a simple, clean fact here that you should not protest at private homes. You should not confront or get in their faces as Maxine water says, when people are out in public with their families, this is not appropriate. If you don't like somebody, you vote them out of office. If you don't like somebody, you can go on Twitter and say something mean and nasty to them. That's fine. And there might actually be free speech on Twitter moving forward with Elon Musk taking down. You do not, and I repeat, again, do not protest at private homes. I think it's just important to say that it's idiotic. It's stupid. If you're a conservative and you're considering protesting in front of, I don't know, justice Kagan's house because you think it's respect that she or one of her clerks were the leaker. Don't do it. Stop. It looks bad.
Pelosi, Schumer Are Inciting Violence Against Justices
"Think Nancy Pelosi of all the Democrat leaders has been the most irresponsible The most irresponsible of many And she's absolutely inciting violence And the sickening irony is that she's behind the January 6th committee With her Democrat and Republican Stooges and staffers Trying to characterize president Trump and his supporters as violent Pelosi is openly Openly promoting violence in my view and she is openly Promoting the undermining of the independence of the United States Supreme Court just as the Democrat leader in the Senate Chuck Schumer Threatened Kavanaugh and Gorsuch It no uncertain terms In no uncertain terms And so I am calling for the Republicans when and if they take control of the house to open an investigation into this entire matter to set up their own committee with no Democrats just Republicans to investigate Nancy Pelosi because there's a common thread in January 6th and what took place this weekend At these violent abortion protests
Is Overturning Roe v Wade a Radical or Conservative Choice?
"This is Tina. Tina says, quote, Charlie, I read a column of one of my conservative Friends shared on Twitter. That was written by someone on the right apparently said overturning roe versus wade wasn't conservative. Okay, so this is a column by Brett Stevens, who used to be a really smart person and he's just become almost unreadable in recent years. And this Brett Stevens now writes for The New York Times. And Brett Stevens wrote this for The New York Times. Overturning roe is a radical, not conservative choice. Now he calls himself a conservative, he's just about the same type of conservative as Bill kristol. That should tell you everything you need to know. Dear chief justice Roberts, justice Barrett Gorsuch Kavanaugh and Thomas, as you'll no doubt agree roe versus wade was an ill judged decision one was handed down January 22nd, 1973. It continues by saying, roe versus wade diminished the standing on the court by turning it into an even more political branch of government. But a half century is a long time. America is a different place, with a most of its population born after Rowe was decided. After a decision to overturn roe, which the court seemed poised to do, according to the leak of a draft of a majority opinion by justice Samuel Alito, would do more to replicate gross damage than to reverse it. He says it would be a radical, not conservative choice. So Brett Stevens, who I assume is very highly educated. I would like him to tell me what is the definition of radical. It means to the root to the core. To the basis. Brett Stevens asks the question in The New York Times. What is conservative, he says? It is above all, the conviction that abrupt and profound changes to established laws and common expectations are utterly destructive to respect for their law and institutions established to uphold it. And especially when those changes are instigated from above with neither Democrat consent, nor broad consensus. Okay, that is not what a conservative is, okay? If there is an immoral or destructive law, a conservative has a moral obligation to try to repeal it and get rid of it quickly.
"gorsuch" Discussed on WTOP
"We're looking at currently 50° in Germantown 53 in annandale We have 54 in the nation's capital three 49 WTO P and a new study has looked at the level of COVID protection that one gains from a vaccine versus what's gained from prior infection and it's concluded that getting the shots is still the safest way to prevent COVID-19 The CDC study looked at COVID infections in New York and California this past summer and fall and found that vaccinated people who had survived a bout of COVID had the most protection unvaccinated people with prior infection were very close second but as the delta variant became predominant in the fall this shifted and people who survived an infection at a lower case rates than those who were vaccinated alone Two Supreme Court Justices are responding to a report that they are at odds over the issue of masking Statement came after NPR's Nina totenberg reported yesterday of a conflict between justices Sonia Sotomayor and Neil Gorsuch who normally sit next to each other during arguments So to my who has diabetes has been attending arguments remotely from her chambers this month her colleagues with the exception of Gorsuch have been wearing masks while hearing arguments in the courtroom Statement reads quote reporting that justice Sotomayor asked justice Gorsuch to wear a mask surprised us it is false while we may sometimes disagree about the law we are warm colleagues and friends It's three.
"gorsuch" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"So let them believe whatever they want. Now. Some of the other thing I want to talk about is Amy Cockney Barrett. I have a column in the Washington Post this morning that Mitch McConnell is the indispensable man because of the great quartet holding up in the Scalia seat. Breaking the filibuster on Neil Gorsuch, standing by Brett Kavanaugh and assuring a vote for Amy Cockney Barrett. I think that saves the United States Constitution along with the 53 appeals court judges. For the next generation of law. What do you make of my premise? No, I think it's right. I mean, look at the bottom, and the courts are incredibly important. And here's the thing. Mitch McConnell has done what Chuck Schumer would do if he was with the majority leader. He would do all those tactics. The only difference between us doing a number on it. If you wouldn't have three or four major networks. Going crazy as if you're somehow violating the law. There's no constitutional legal question. You're not zero, but they pretend like they're is on. But that's going a different I mean, to be honest with you and And in the end, you know Amy coming. Barrett was a liberal liberal people's mind and on the media's mind right now, I mean, she would be on the cover of oak there already been making a movie about her. You know, there are all kinds of stuff would be going on about how great she is so forth. But look, it is what it is. We've got. We're going to do what we know is right. We know that there are billions of people in this country that feel the same way and don't care about what other people are saying. She's highly qualified No one that she'll have her hearing. We'll see how that goes. And then obviously, you know, there'll be a vote on the floor and assuming everything is the way I expect it to be with her, given what I know about her and have known about her for the better part of three years, I anticipate that she is going to be a confirmed in the Senate, and then the president will appoint her and she'll take her seat on the bench. And the buzz among the conference as you talk to your colleagues will that happen before the election? Well, if the plan is to have the hearing next week, in judiciary and in a vote the following week and then in the committee and then and then off, obviously a week after that, but the Senate would come in and confirm it. And that's the plan. Obviously, you know things can change because you don't know what the next few weeks will bring. But that's the plan and whether it's before or shortly after I anticipated to be before you have a lot of colleagues are on the ballot. You are not yourself running. Susan Collins in Maine, who I think may have the greatest influence of the Senate of anybody. And certainly a lot of courage. David Purdue in Georgia, Thom Tillis in North Carolina, Cory Gardner in Colorado, Martha McSally in Arizona, Joni Ernst in Iowa. And, of course, Steve Danger in Montana. How do you feel about holding the Senate right now? What can I be a battle. Each state has got its own different dynamic, you know and and Georgia. We have two Senate races, including Kellie Lawson, who's going to end up you know, in a sort of scrambled runoff in January, so That one really got a different structure to it. But these are all great candidates. They're the only people on the planet that have a chance of winning as a Republican. They're all great senators. I mean, really, It's one of these weird things where all these really good senators happen to be on the ballot. Contentious year they're being outraged. Not even though they're raising more than Republicans ever have. You know that left mobilized 5 10 15 $20 checks that are not coming from from the center. They're coming from radical left of centre groups. You have an agenda if they think they can carry out so, But I think they're all working very hard. And I feel cautiously optimistic about our chances to win the trunk because each one of these races has unique dynamics, and we've got great candidates and every single one of them with a great story about what they've done in the time..
"gorsuch" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Spying on the New York Tibetan Community for China, officials say. 33 year old Biba dodgy gang Gwang, who's also a naturalized U. S. Citizen, is also accused of lying about his barn contacts. Federal prosecutors say he was involved in an espionage related activity from made 2018. Up until now. Authorities also say you offered to provide information about the non public internal workings of the NYPD Edie to officials at the Chinese consulate. In New York. I'm Lisa G. W. R News Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, saying last hour that President Trump's nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court will get a vote, he says. There's plenty of time between now and the election as history has shown. Justice John Paul Stevens Was confirmed by the Senate 19 days after this body formally received his nominations. 19 days from start. President Trump pledging to move forward quickly to fill the vacancy created by the death of Ginsberg and pledging a woman will take her place. Sources tell ABC that President Trump spent his weekend on phone calls seeking input from his advisors and members of Congress about who he should select to fill the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg seat on the Supreme Court. Federal Circuit Judge Amy Cockney Barrett is the leading contender on a very short list. According to sources with direct knowledge of the president and his advisors thinking. The residents vowed to move quickly, saying he'll announce his choice this week. It doesn't leave much time for extensive face to face interviews, which aides say the president enjoyed with his previous nominees to the court. Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh, Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington. Trump says he will make his announcement on Friday or Saturday, perhaps more likely Saturday because Ginsberg will lie in repose at Supreme Court Wednesday and Thursday. And then lie in state at Capitol Building on Friday with Bater Ginsberg will become the first woman ever to have a remains lie in state at the Capitol Governor Cuomo today said a statue of Ginsberg will be erected in her home borough of Brooklyn. He says the most likely location is Brooklyn Bridge Park. Three American cities, including New York have now been labeled anarchist Jurisdictions by the Trump Administration Attorney General Bar has singled out New York, Portland, Oregon in Seattle as cities that permit violence and destruction of property. The designation follows a memo From President Trump that ordered the Justice Department to identify cities from which to strip federal funds, the attorney general said. We cannot allow federal tax dollars to be wasted when the safety of the citizenry hangs in the balance. York was singled out in part due to an increase in shootings Portland for 100, consecutive nights of protest and Seattle for its autonomous zone, Aaron Carter Ski, ABC NEWS New York and then who's Wanted.
"gorsuch" Discussed on Little News Ears
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"gorsuch" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"For this they had Gorsuch not my theory as to why this happened what in the world happened here this doesn't this doesn't sound like Neil Gorsuch at all from any point during his hearings to anything he's written but if you throw this concept of textual ism in there there's some people trying to defend it on that basis that it makes perfect sense to take societal norms and mores of say the year twenty twenty and toss them in the legislation from nineteen sixty four sixty five under the thinking that that's only fair we now know things we didn't know them but that's that's not how you that's not that's certainly not how conservatives view and judge legislation you look for the original intent of the people that wrote it not just legislation but but Supreme Court decisions when you're looking at president so I started thinking about the Cavanaugh hearings I started thinking what must that have done two sitting justices how might that have scared the hell out of them in other words what the F. the harassment of Cavanaugh the making up of the fact that he was a serial rapist running rape trains at college parties and bars what if all of that was simply designed to tell conservative justices you want there's you want to get the same kind of triggering guarantee them to you you can have it if you don't vote the way we want you to vote so I'm saying is it possible that there was some intimidation that succeeded in the White Cavanaugh was treated what was attempted to do with his nomination was a message in fact being sent to sitting justices Hey if you don't want your dose of this don't make us mad I thought out there is a possibility I don't really know if there's anything to it but it would make sense to me knowing what we know about how the left operates a black lives matter that black lives matter operates and how their their modus operandi primarily intimidation and the threatened use via a force now hello dear to the theory counter to my own theory is that it didn't change Cavanaugh went ahead and voted the right way Cavanaugh was not intimidated but in his case he's already been through it they already tried to destroy him they already tried to destroy his career they already tried to destroy his marriage already tried to destroy his record and he's still there he's on the court he got confirmed so he might be servicing their main can't touch me they've they've sent their best shot my way and I handle it but the others have not had the black lives matter or whatever leftist group you want a site treatment and I just wonder if it could have been a factor you really think that the judges will compromise their judicial believe fox I now think a whole lot of stuff as possible I used to not think was I H. E. died I I'd I had no idea how eager to cave so many people supposedly on our side R. and no idea anyway I'm a little long here in this segment of brief obscene profits time out will come back before you know.
"gorsuch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Majority justice Gorsuch said those who adopted the Civil Rights Act might not have anticipated their work would lead to this particular result but the limits of the drafters imagination supply no reason to ignore the laws demands in dissent justices Alito and Thomas equated the majority opinion with legislation since sexual orientation and gender identity do not appear the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four on the list of reasons why someone could not be fired Erin cutters he ABC news New York the court decided by that six three vote that a key provision of the civil rights act known as title seven does bar job discrimination because of sex among other reasons that encompasses bias against LGBTQ workers justice Gorsuch went on to write sex plays a necessary role in the decision just what title seven for bids Jerry Preston ABC news and K. you continuing to plan for fall classes later this year northern Kentucky university on Monday announcing it will resume in person classes August seventeenth their plan called in K. you moving forward will have both in person and online remote elements when it comes to classes small classes will be a larger classrooms to provide proper social distancing and large classes will be reduced or put in larger rooms within the student union or other facilities in person classes will not be taking place after thanksgiving break the buildings and offices on campus will stay open the final week of the semester and finals week will be done remotely I'm John Gallagher news radio seven hundred WLW they discovered nineteen numbers in Ohio there are currently thirty eight thousand five hundred and thirty six confirmed cases of the corona virus with two thousand three hundred and forty two deaths in.
"gorsuch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Gorsuch went on to write sex plays a necessary role in the decision just what title seven for bids Jerry Preston ABC news ready for the latest traffic and weather together just to have a scan of the traffic cameras throughout the tri state and no major delays or accidents on the freeways those side streets looking good at this early Tuesday morning but if you do see an accident or if you get stuck in traffic when roundabout give us a call for two one six three nine seven eight K. Hey welcome is forecast for the advanced dentistry weather center from social distancing in pre screening patients to appropriate PP our focus remains on safety learn more at no fear dentist dot com slash patient safety by our Tuesday morning along with fifty nine the rest of the day mostly sunny and a high of eighty degrees at night mostly clear in down to sixty from your severe weather station I'm nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh news radio seven hundred WLW radar is looking good sixty seven degrees Kentucky's death toll from covert nineteen now over five hundred says seven hundred Suzanne Duval in this Monday briefing governor Andy Beshear announced new numbers we lost one additional Kentucky and on on Sunday and wants to marry but that one as of Sunday but as the five hundred deaths he announced five more deaths Monday for a total total of five hundred five Dr Stephen stacks as the virus isn't going away anytime soon if you're hoping that the corona virus will take a nap during the summer it's a hundred and six degrees in Phoenix Arizona today I kind of suggest that if that kind he doesn't slow it down I'm not sure what kind well I'm Suzanne Duval staying in the Commonwealth was seven hundred Sean Gallagher the Kentucky university on Monday announcing it will resume in person classes August seventeenth their plan called in K. you moving forward will have both in person and online remote elements when it comes to classes.
"gorsuch" Discussed on WTVN
"Cough no I don't have anything actually any decision written by justice Gorsuch the court ruled that title seven of the Civil Rights Act which was passed in nineteen sixty four before anyone could fathom transgenderism applies to transgenderism and sexual orientation C. just for fun out the sixty four Civil Rights Act is very very important in basically among many other things it prohibits the discrimination in hiring and firing employment of individuals based on sex in other words whether male or female not sexual orientation that is what you do with your genitalia it's what Janet tell you you'll have got it taken together these decisions so the court believes that it is an inalienable right to transgenderism in illegal immigration but not the second amendment the court believes it can tamper with every state criminal and capital conviction on ever evolving novel grounds but it somehow believes a state can criminalize foundational federal immigration powers a world upside down well we have one consistent originalist on the court Clarence Thomas with justice Alito a step or two behind by far the most devastatingly consequential case of the day was the trans gender discrimination case quote unquote Bostock versus Clayton county writing for the majority Gorsuch claims that when the statute uses the term sex it can apply to sexual orientation and gender identity quoted employer who fires an individual merely for being gay or transgender violates title seven he says of the civil rights act in nineteen sixty four he was joined by the four Democrat appointees as well as Chief Justice Roberts well that's good to know that gender and sex are indeed not separate things as the rainbow jihad lobby he writes as indicated for so many years in other words he sang that's not what that community argues but either way this ruling is absurd beyond belief I'll tell you why what Gorsuch does is not just intellectually dishonest it's intellectually discussed the he rewrites the Civil Rights Act he rewrites the section of it he plays word games and semantics and then he says he's the original and all the reporting on this today has been that this is a historic decision not that this is a horrific violation of separation of powers not that we have a cord out of control that ignores the legislative history Norris the legislative intent ignores the actual legislative text violates the will of Congress violates the people that represents Congress but this is historic and let me tell you what else is going to unleash massive litigation against businesses in this country against religious institutions in this country Agence educational institutions with the religious spent in this country because now it's not your sex that is your genitalia that you can't be fired for it's what you do with it in other words in other words it's going to now be all kinds of moral and other sorts of conflicts that take place and so what Gorsuch and Roberts have done with the four left us on the court is created another roe decision another row decision big on propaganda and platitudes short on specifics written with absolute intellectual dishonesty and now the public the rest of us have to tackle it and deal with this is how you disunited society this is how you show absolute disrespect for the rule of law I mean after all if the court isn't going to comply with the statute then why should the people comply with a court decision it is an insane argument that Gorsuch uses we tried to be very very clever and so you won't get the facts in the media the one good thing about Supreme Court opinions you can actually read them and understand what the judge or justice is coming from but Gorsuch decision is a roe V. Wade decision that is he will be ridiculed over time just as the roe decision even though people like the outcome has been ridiculous and so the court again as a politburo it's not accorded justice as I said in chapter one in men in black these are radicals and ropes is ed Meese once said years and years ago the American people will never be able to regain democratic self government in that shape public policy until we curb activist judges and as I say the problem is these people lie when the president is Republican especially basic conservative they lie because they so desperately want to be on the Supreme Court where they can tell you and me what to do and in this area social or cultural issues the Supreme Court has nationalized a federalized damn near everyone of them and in no instance to uphold traditional faith or traditional Marles ever and the court is impatient it's in a hurry so I have some states passing laws they do exactly what the Supreme Court decided today Gorsuch but it's not fast enough you see and then there's always this just because you're a judge or justice doesn't mean another massive ego as a matter of fact usually means you do your honor your honor and people are trying to make the case an oral argument but your honors at the keep interrupting them because they're so smart why listen when you.
"gorsuch" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"High Court justice Gorsuch writing in this opinion saying that today we decide that whether an employer can fire someone simply for being homosexual or transgender and the answer is clear an employer who fires an individual for being homosexual or transgender fires that person for treats that would not have been questioned by members of a different sex the White House is considering another two trillion in economic stimulus business correspondent Christine Romans has traded by Sir Peter Navarro says the administration wants a two trillion dollar package focused on can hire Americans get another court decision today the High Court is passed up several challenges to state and federal gun control laws over the decided to conservative justices in this just in the food and drug administration has no pulled its emergency authorization for hydroxy core quintet Hilaria drugs prescribed for coronavirus the Dow down to sixty I'm Mike marks news brought to you by quicken loans K. L. A. F. Soto weight loss newsdesk this is a real news and information five seventy KLIF good morning I'm Amy shall drop here's what's happening Texas's primary runoff election is almost upon us and if you want to vote in it your face a deadline today's the last day Texans have to register to vote or update their addresses for the July fourteenth primary runoff election the election was postponed for made because of the cold at nineteen pandemic most interest probably going to Democrats who will choose who they want to run against Republican incumbent senator John Cornyn there are also fifteen congressional primaries now headed into the second round Dennis Martin J. L. A. F. news a domestic disturbance in fort worth led to the arrest of a Dallas police officer who is accused of entering his ex wife's home without permission fort worth police were called out to valley Vista drive early Sunday where they arrested forty one year old James Gordon on a charge of criminal trespass of a habitation Gordon has been with DPD since twenty fourteen he was assigned to the Dallas southwest patrol division he bonded out of jail and will be placed on administrative leave according to Dallas police another check on traffic.
"gorsuch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Neil Gorsuch this is NPR news this is W. M. I see in New York on Shawn Carlson the balloons flew closer to the ground than usual today because the gusty winds but spectators at the Macy's thanksgiving day parade had a good time anyway Manhattan resident moon Kim and her two year old daughter me love were there for the first time yeah what did you like the parade dinosaur blue she left the green dinosaur and they have their post parade Neil all planned out we see a Ty and restaurant to eat because we don't even want to cook right mean yeah neither do we during the middle of the parade there were wind gusts up to thirty two miles an hour that's according to the National Weather Service near city is making the shopping season easier for pedestrians in midtown though a little harder for motorists starting tomorrow the city's closing forty ninth and fiftieth streets between fifth and sixth avenues from the early afternoon through midnight some lanes of traffic on fifth and sixth avenues may also be blocked off as needed Freddie it let's see I got is a security guard who works at Rockefeller plaza he says the attic space will just bring in more Taurus is gonna look like three parades backed up with a marathon because he would just stand on and and next question is if you open it up as like the flood gates that is Russian it seems like there's more space what is ironically is not the closures will continue through the first week of January your city is extended the deadline to apply to middle and high schools W. and my sis Catherine fun reports fifth and eighth graders in the city's public school system.
"gorsuch" Discussed on AP News
"Its twenty twenty docket AP correspondent my camp and reports the justices will consider a Louisiana law that could leave the state with just one abortion clinic they'll hear arguments during the winter with a decision likely by the end of June in February the High Court agreed to block a law requiring doctors who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital the Louisiana law is very similar to a Texas law that the Supreme Court struck down in twenty sixteen that decision came before president trump's two packs justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh joined the hike my camp in Washington there's a new way to measure the games athletes are making at the world championships this year and it involves swallowing red and white capsules that contain data transmitters about two hundred runners have volunteered to take the pills it's part of an I. A. F. research project on the effects of heat and body core temperature's they couldn't have picked a better time or place in Doha Qatar where the temperatures reach one hundred degrees every day and less than a year removed from the Olympics in Tokyo where conditions are expected to be every bit as stifling this is how it works about two hours before the start runners in the study are asked to swallow a capsule that contains a transmitter and battery the capsule works its way into the intestines by race time in the medical staff takes it from there with equipment set up to sync with the transmitter after an athlete finishes the I a AF medical team focuses on body core temperature if that number runs too high it could be an indication of things like heat stroke as for how the devices dispelled well nature simply runs its course Pelosi on impeachment I'm in to Tim acquire with an A. P. news minute house speaker Nancy Pelosi in a speech tonight the South Carolina Democrat says.
"gorsuch" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Welcome back to the terminal review with you you it brought you in partnership with eighty at alliance defending freedom justice deal Gorsuch is the very fine successor to and then scholia conservative hearts beat strong especially when they remember how narrowly missed losing that seat to a left wing judge justice Gorsuch as most certainly not disappointment on the court and readers will not be disappointed with this book a Republic if you can keep it I found it in the light justice Gorsuch join me on the show I'd like to begin with the parts of your book that deal with your two mentors your two justices justice Byron white and justice Anthony Kennedy because they're both amazing portraits justice white is the super human human figure but his walk among the portraits with you is a very memorable part of a Republic if you can keep it tell us about that. a memorable moment in my life you are I would walk for about thirty years ago now and. we were walking down the hall in the United States called workers of the former justice. he leaned over near their mail. how many years old guys you actually know the name. and the moment I realized I was given. embarrassed when I thought about. and he said something that really shocked. you need to. that's exactly how it should. to be forgotten. soon enough. and I thought he was that that was. incredibly sad and I couldn't possibly believe it because as a kid growing up in Colorado Byron white is my superhero. let the empty a lot more aggressive first class university hello top of his class yeah law school clerk corporal scholar led the NFL in rushing with the highest. ball player instead Jack Kennedy clan help Bobby Kennedy ordered it out and serve thirty one years of age that it's the Supreme Court wow. and I thought how how could anybody. anybody ever heard it finalized and yet it is prophecy has come to pass by and large except among aficionados of the court. I want to score could every day or night he caressed. yeah I got a quizzical wondering who you. color realized he wasn't pulling something bad that he wasn't melancholy. he was in prison the crews that he found joyful he gave up a lot of money in a whole lot of using power and they. Sir. the log this country love is constitutional knew the grateful and life is a member. all the work on the party attempted to. that's correct. it is a great story in a Republic if you can keep and I like the fact that you mix hi constitutional theory with some vivid portraits that most people don't get one more justice Anthony Kennedy again you Clark fram but I believe in the first instance of this occurring on the Supreme Court you also served with him and there comes a moment when you are giving your first opinion by the bench to write as one of the nine and it gets circulated for the other eight to either join can Kerr in our descent can you tell the story what justice Kennedy did and why he did it. is one of the most hi hello do you think given the. no matter when you for the item because the structure that correct he's always got a. for me the story what you call it. professional. yes I I had the great pleasure of being the first law clerk clerk with his former boss on this record United States. and I got my first assignment the court knows what you've got if you have one that they know it's gonna be nine L. people are going to join up quickly not could be a problem. why I'm good my name late in the day I've been working on it all day. have gone home when he got one that I. one of his walk fax without them as fast as possible but as house first no I didn't want anybody else hi. well actually broken. so you had a clockwork grind it out later that night. no justice Kennedy trying my. that's exactly it's one of the touch is in the rubble public if you can keep it like justice Ginsburg returning to you justice white's handbook on courts is that what we call it. well I don't know so so what I what I was gonna wife Walker you require. justice white put together Walker instructions that ms Walker hello no what you what not. how to convert over to her. you know some typically home all the time. my law clerk Manulife made five use I don't have much use for him anymore myself. well within the first week of my life what the court. but twenty five years later I get a note from Burke saying welcome they all know recognize some of the. was given to me twenty five years ago I hope but improved it a little bit along the way. now in your book dresses course such as you did at your parents at the Nixon library you spend a lot of time trying to get non lawyers and lawyers alike to understand why you have James Madison on the wall of your chambers and why the separation of powers he designed first for the Virginia plan ultimately that emerged in Philadelphia in seventeen eighty seven why that separation of powers is so important right now right today for everyone listening to the show can you tell people why that is. everybody knows how the first amendment could be. right kind of odd but the powers but high school civics. hi I'm Bruce a cart he won the game. well greens they'll provide around the world ours is kind of the better ones but not the past month month North Korea. Thomas is all the lights on our bill of rights the right to free education you're right. of course of course the leader. they're not worth the paper they're written. we could all power is concentrated in one person. not a whole. he did not are not angels. real he promises the bill of rights. in some ways. that separation of powers so I am one nine one third of our federal government which is one of our government yeah. yeah. in high school stuff. it was convenient but that's what I think are you how when we muddle up the separation of powers. real people real cases and harms we a lot. my complete conversation with justice Gorsuch go.
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