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"jack case" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

08:20 min | 11 months ago

"jack case" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Damage Kate Kate. You're caught in the net return of the scary goes dolls and debut of the freeze getting caught in a net. This is the is where it comes from. That though was that one of the creepy dolls from the caves from the doll smuggler. Yeah, for sure right hundred percent. I mean I. Don't know we were so I mean I guess. Are we to assume that this is Rousseau's net as they talk about after the break I think so exhausted, but I think like you know. She scavenges stuff that she finds on the island and the probably like the creepy doll nets are new. Yeah. It's it's a new. It's a new style of traps. The others know her sort of hallmarks. TRIP LIARS ETC now. She's getting into dolls. Pretty dumb thing for Kate to do to grab the dull right I know I mean she sees the doll. You know it's going to be connected to the trip wire. Thing I. Don't know necessarily. Seems like a very cautious person by nature when it comes to this type of stuff I'm very surprised that she would be like. What's this Dole doing here and not think about any repercussions. Maybe she's trying to take her mind off. The whole damaged goods comment. That does not go over well with check. Yeah, I duNNo. I guess you see something you examine it first rather than just like picking it up. With your is not what your hands maybe should have been the move, but either way they get caught in the net and then the next. When we come back from commercial break, I love this scene so much. It's just like Jack and Kate are in insanely close physical proximity. Completely unfathomable situation it this thing. Is We recording this podcast. Their way cart. We gotta get out of the net, and so like their faces are like not even like centimeters apart right there like almost making out she's like grabbing the gun from his, but gee grabs the gun from the there's a there's a world Josh where Kate accidentally shoots Jack in the ASS. Shot my, but Kate dammit dammit Kate. No, my but. Yeah. She's going to help them with that and it's GonNa. Grab the gun. Shoot the bullets and try to shoot the rope because she grew up, hunting didn't work out. Jack has the better angle anyway. Oh, that's what you're going to say. It's once again like sort of like the Gulf stuff from earlier in the season which I did, you didn't love. But I I really do and I, really like it. In this moment to I think it's really really funny when they shoot the rope, and they fall on top of each other like the whole thing's just kind of kind of a Lark and when when you know that these are two people who ultimately do feel really powerfully for one another mostly because of very intense circumstances. It's nice. Nice to see them having a moment of Levity, even if it is under some version of duress, one I think the Jack case has been an interesting trajectory as of late right like we never have really had a big Jack Kate moment since what Kate did when she kisses him, it's been very offer from there on out even a couple of episodes ago in lockdown when they're off on their little mission together, there are some discussions, but this is an opportunity where they are really, it's almost. Almost like the locked in a room trump right. We're like they're almost forced. In proximity of one another and that tension has been simmering is now at full boil. There's a moment where like their lips nearly touch so listen if if evangeline Lilly and Matthew Fox to not have chemistry to build out beforehand now they had really no excuse but to build that out, but I think it is an interesting stepping stone in the Jack Kate relationship and I do think it at least bridges things a bit. Bit from maybe Jack Within there's no coming back from that very awkward kiss and what Kate did, but like this is a way to sort of get back to you before before things get torn asunder in the beginning of season three with the polar bear cages of it all the the whole SOS plan is being torn asunder. Bernard is really basically only working with Jin now. Jin Is screwing things up. He doesn't. He's not picking up. The fact that Bernard needs three rose three rows of rocks. Would there would that we had three different rows. Nadler's would be an incredible thing. Yeah, and you know Jen is sort of being exasperated at this point. Clearly, there's a communication breakdown. Just have an interesting moment I just WanNa get my wife home. I feel like it's an. Incidental call four to season four during G on when Bernard and Jim will sort of have that other moment will there commiserate both of being the the only people who have wives on the island, and like this is another moment right thing Bernardus sort of reaching out to Jin of light. You feel my situation here like sympathized with me a little bit but I think this is even too much for June to a certain extent. Project Yeah he's done. He's out on this. Meanwhile rose is going to be sitting with somebody who she has something in common with which the viewer. Does Not know quite yet. It's going to be Rosen lock. This is a really really great scene. Let's listen it. You're in my spot. I did move. Can You Won't I guess your sense of humor got trapped under the door with your leg. I. Sell Your husband walking through the jungle. Pollen rocks. He's building a big sign in the sand, so the satellites and see. Man Does know the difference between an Aaron. WHO's there. Well rose most of us don't. So. What are you doing down here John? Can't remember the last time I saw you catch. Done with the hatch. On now, you're just frustrated it. You'll be out at S- splint and running around the island again in no time. And Yeah Jack said it'd be at least four weeks. That, honey, you and I both know it's not gonNA take. This asserted. That, because they have this moment that like they i. don't know if lock remembers it, but then key probably puts puts in Oh. That's right. Oh dropped your medicine, and I picked it up for you all the wheelchair. They both mutually no or at least rose, knows that this is a place that heals you. Feels it in in her own body, and it's verified by what she has observed of John Locke Yeah. It's a really interesting connector for both of them, both on island and off island because on island I think these are the two that have the most faith in the power of the island considering what it did to them. I think that there are still people that sort of vary in the man of science versus manifest but they. They both sort of see eye to eye, and like I know what the island does, and it's magical, but I'm not going to question it necessarily, but then off island lock obviously probably did not get a feeling that rose had cancer, but these are two people who were sick off violent, who were sort of doomed to lives that they would not have wanted to lead, and the island gave them a second chance as lock has. Has said in season one that Tabua Ross at all a clean slate and so I do think it's a really cool connected moment between these two characters to the point where kind of wish, we had more moments between these two characters from what I remember. This is the first and only major interaction between lock and rose. We're going to get some stuff with flock in the end when flocked demands Desmond from her and Bernard, but But I just think it's a again if Rosenberg or boil down Jack and Locke in terms of the conflict of it, all I think that's a really cool scene. Where the two of them see eye to eye, even if locked us a necessarily know what rose knows one one interaction of there's that I remember is at the top of season four. When everyone's taking aside side of whether you're going with Jackie, you're going with Loch. Rose has line of like I'm not going anywhere with that man. Like I think after what he does Nayoan Right 'cause Bernard's.

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Why and How Are Documents Redacted?

BrainStuff

05:46 min | 2 years ago

Why and How Are Documents Redacted?

"Recently, the American public got its first look at special counsel, Robert Muller's to volume report on the investigation into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election and some may have been startled to see how much of the four hundred and forty eight page document about seven point two five percents of the text. According to the news, website, FOX had been blacked out by us attorney general William bar, each blacked-out word or passage was labeled with a color coded notation indicating the legal justification for withholding that material these included potential harm to an ongoing legal matter. The need to conceal investigative techniques, personal privacy, and grand jury testimony which generally must be kept secret under rule six of the federal rules of procedure in less judge issues a waiver. The House Judiciary committee, still subpoenaed. The uncensored report and bars. Explanations didn't quell the widespread curiosity about what it was the bar decided that we shouldn't see we spoke with Michael revenue, sqi an attorney, who's an expert and the release of government documents through the freedom of information act. He said, there's something psychological about it. If you see a document with blocked out sections your eyes go to it, and you wonder what's under there. Welcome to the arcane secretive subculture of redaction, which is the practice of removing or concealing portions of documents before publication. It's a phenomenon that most ordinary Americans probably are unfamiliar with as evidenced by the four thousand percent spike in the number of searches for redact and redacted on the Miriam Webster, dictionary website, on the day that bar sent a letter to congress revealing that he would release a redacted version, a Muller's report. But attorneys journalists and historical researchers are custom to blackout spaces on documents as a consequence of dealing with sensitive, subjects redacting has long been part of government imposed secrecy. When former CIA employee Victor Marchetti and his co author, John, D Marx sought to publish a book on the CIA in the early nineteen seventies government censors who had a thirty to review the book under Marchetti employment contract. Redacted one hundred sixteen pages from the text the book was published with blank spaces showing the location of the redacted, passages decades later documents obtained using the freedom of information. Act are still sometimes riddled with blank squares over faces and photographs and black. Bars over words and sentences and sometimes entire pages. But it's not just the government in the legal world attorneys routinely. Redact portions of documents that are to be turned over during the discovery process in civil lawsuits. Those deletions occur in order to protect attorney client privilege attorney's work product for clients commercially sensitive information and information, not relevant to the litigation. Other reductions are required by the courts themselves to protect personal information such as social security numbers from misuse, one of the things about redaction is that, while there are rules about, what should be redacted. There aren't really a lot of hard and fast rules about how to block out that material for years attorneys, and government officials often simply used black markers to conceal sensitive portions of documents, which were then photocopied. So that someone couldn't hold the paper up to the light and read censored words in the mid two, thousands as more and more documents begin to be distributed in the laconic forum, both the government and private sector law firm, started shifting to redacting the digital files themselves using software tools. These days attorneys involved in big. Corporate lawsuits often use e discovery platforms, which allow them to manage massive amounts of documents in which contained tools for redacting portions, though, you can also safely redact information using programs like adobe acrobat pro assuming that you're working with PDF's. But regardless of what technology is used. It's necessary to go through documents individually and figure out what to mask, which is a time intensive process. In the case of the Miller report, Barna staff, apparently, scanned a printed copy of the report, redacted it, and then printed and scanned it again to create a new digital copy that excess of caution resulted in a low quality image that wasn't searchable since then the department of Justice has published a searchable version as well, but digital redaction isn't always foolproof once fisted, high tech method for reading redact words in the document involves analyzing their links, and comparing them to other words with the same length on the page and guardian reporter, John Swain found that he could view redacted text in a court document, and the Paul Manafort case by copying and pasting it into a Microsoft Word document. Matthew Ingram of the Columbia journalism review explained quote this likely happened because someone either drew over the unwanted text with black highlighter tool in Microsoft, Word, or used adobe acrobats reduction tools, but forgot to merge them with the original document. We also spoke with Mark Sade a Washington, DC based attorney who specializes in national security law and frequently deals with productions, he said, I don't trust technology. Even if there's a safety mechanism someone will invent something that overrides it thus Zayd generally shoes, electric reduction, his preferred method is to, quote, literally cut it out with scissors, and then photocopy the page it's a really sloppy looking reduction. But no one will ever see what I cut out in other instances, if he's instructed by the government to redact information from a document. He deletes the text and types, the number of words and deleted, by the request of the CIA in its place, but manual reductions on actual paper can go awry to Zabre calls wants receiving Zimmer redacted documents in a case, and discovering that he could hold them up and read the words to the black ink whoever sent them had provided the original pages, rather than making a photocopy. Zayd says that even when information in court papers is redacted. It's sometimes possible to figure out what's in the blackout sections, the client may be able to identify a witness or piece together, what was said in a discussion in which he or she participated, for example. But generally, they explained that it's not wise to speculate, as even educated guesses can be wrong. He gave the example of a freedom of information act, litigation connected with the DP Cooper sky jacking case, he said, we thought a document pertain to a particular person who is dead. But when Zayd gave the government copy of the man's obituary in an effort to get the full document released the told Zayd he assumed wrong and the document was about someone

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"jack case" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"jack case" Discussed on NFL Live

"There Rogers battled through Sunday's twenty nine, twenty nine tie against the Vikings playing with a knee, brace on his left knee, which he injured in the Packers season opener. Rogers admitted, though he's concerned, the injury could worsen the more he tries to play through it. If you've seen rocky three. Mr. t. clubber Lang has a prediction before the fight. Pain. That's kind of what it felt like. Is there any concern that instead of getting better as the year goes onto the your needs to continue to get worse. This obviously concerned hope. Hopefully it goes the other way, though for me as a leader, I want to be out with the guys that's my motivation is to lead and to be on the field and can contribute. And like I've always said, unless, you know a super debilitating injury. I'd like to be out there. So there's a rod. Adam Schefter is in the Domino's pre-game HQ Adam. What other quarterback injuries are you watching this week? We'll Jack case keenum. The Broncos quarterback did not practice yesterday due to some neat rotation out. He's supposed to practice today in the Broncos believed that it'll be fine to play on Sunday. However, it's worth monitoring that knee injury. Anytime a player misses practice time as he did that's always problematic. The Broncos traveled back east to put the Baltimore Ravens, tough defense, which has the extra days to rest coming up Thursday night loss in Cincinnati. But keenum again, resting that need yesterday asked for marks Maryoto still has struggled to regain feeling in his finger from the pinched nerve in his elbow from an injury. He suffered an opening day. He's been throwing some at practice, but it's no sure thing that he's going to be able to play Sunday at Jacksonville against a very tough defense with Dario nursing that injury in his hand, Blaine. Gabbard continue to take reps with the titans starting offense. We'll see whether they can get mariota back in time to play Sunday. If not, it'll be Blaine gabbert once again, Jack shafting, nothing new here, but there is some running backs banged up as well. What's the latest there where we got an issue here, the Sean MC, where we got the crack rib Cartlidge and again questionable for this week and whether he'll be able to play against a tough, Minnesota defense right now, not a simple injury to overcome. He's played through that cracked rib Cartlidge.

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"jack case" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"jack case" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Does that's well that's correct as we, speak and so that's why it's important for people like Jack. And others that face similar circumstances to stand up in their freedoms because. If we don't we're going. To lose them. I don't want to speak for you but. You believe that you that God gave you, this. Gift Put words Do believe that we gave me the gifts you gave me the opportunity to open up this bakery Doing so, I just. Don't create every message that people. Ask me to create what Jack is all about cuts, both ways it's it's freedom for every land people wanna make, this about only about folks like Jack but the same freedom, that protects Jack insures that for instance a lesbian. Cake. Designer won't be forced to create a cake celebrating celebrating some. Kind of, opposition to same-sex marriage exactly this freedoms for all of us in the media is worse. I mean the media guys who live by the first are by far the worst. Offenders of this here's another interesting fact that I think a lot, of people would like to know so when we were before the supreme court arguing about Jack's case one of the things that the state came in and told the US supreme court. Is that it's okay if Jack declines cakes to, have explicit pro gay pro LGBT messages on it but now we're just a few months. After. That, and they're coming after it again for a cake that has a clear and admitted throw LGBT second So it just, shows us again that it doesn't matter what the state says what they're doing shows that they're hostile Jack to what he believes in their hostile to the fact that he wants to. Live out his faith in his day to day, life coming up what causes us to be the kind of people that we turn out to be Is it are experiencing or.

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"jack case" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"jack case" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Things. Some of us, believe strongly about religious things etc etc Thankfully the constitution protects her right to stand up and deliver lights consistent with as, we speak it does. That's well that's correct as we speak, and so that's why it's important for people like Jack and. Others that face similar circumstances to stand up and defend their freedoms. Because if we don't we're. Gonna lose them. I don't want to speak for you but. You believe that you that God gave you, the. Skift I don't want to put words in an office I do believe that we gave me the gifts you gave me the opportunity, to open up this bakery and in doing so I just don't create every message that people asked me to create. What Jack is all about here cuts both ways it's it's freedom for every people, wanna make this about only about folks like Jack, but the, same freedom that protects Jack ensures that for instance a lesbian, cake designer won't be forced to create a. Cake. Celebrating some kind of opposition to same-sex marriage exactly this freedoms. For all, of us in the media is worse I mean the media guys who live by the. First are by far. The worst offenders of this here's another interesting fact I. Think a lot of people would like to know so when we, were before the supreme court arguing about Jack's case one of the things that the state came in and told the US supreme court is that it's okay if Jack declines cakes. Have explicit pro gay pro LGBT messages on it but now we're just. A few months after that and they're coming after It again for a cake that has a. Clear and admitted throw. LGBT section so it just shows us again that it. Doesn't matter what the state says what they're doing shows that they're, hostile to Jack their house what he believes in their hostile to the fact that he wants to live out his faith in his day to day.

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"jack case" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"jack case" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Strongly. About political things of us, believe strongly about religious things etc etc Thankfully the constitution protects our right to stand up and deliver lights consistent. With it as we, speak it does that's. Well that's correct as we speak and, so that's why it's important for people like Jack and others. That face similar circumstances to stand up in the their freedoms because. If we don't we're gonna. Lose them I. Don't want to speak for you but you believe that, you that God gave you, the. Skift I don't want to put words I do believe daddy gave me the gift he gave me the opportunity to. Open up this bakery and in doing so I just don't. Create ever, message that people asked me to create what Jack is all about here cuts both ways. It's it's freedom for every Absalon people wanna make this about only about folks like Jack. But the same freedom that protects check ensures that for instance a, lesbian cake designer won't be forced to create a cake cel- celebrating some kind of opposition to same-sex marriage exactly this freedoms for all of us in the media's worse I mean the. Media guys who live by the first. Are, by far the worst offenders of this here's another interesting fact that I think a lot of. People would. Would like, to know so when we. Were before the supreme court arguing about Jack's case one of the things that the state came in and told the US supreme. Court is that it's, okay if Jack declines. Cakes that have explicit pro gay pro, LGBT messages on it but now we're just a few months After. That and, they're coming after doing it again for a cake that has a clear and admitted throw. LGBT action so it just shows us again that it doesn't matter what the state says. What they're doing shows that they're hostile to Jack their hostile to, what he believes in their hostile to the fact that he wants to live out his faith.

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"jack case" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"jack case" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Some of us, believe strongly about religious things etc etc Thankfully the constitution protects our right to stand up and deliver our lives consistent with it, as we speak it does. That's well that's correct as we speak, and so that's why it's important for people like Jack and. Others that face similar circumstances, to stand up and defend their freedoms because if we don't we're going. To lose them I don't. Want to speak. For you but you believe that you that. God gave you the Skift I don't to, put. Words I do believe badly gave me. The. Gifts you gave me the opportunity to open up this bakery. And in, doing so I just don't create ever message that people ask me to create what Jack. Is all about here. Cuts both ways it's it's freedom for everyone Salaam people. Wanna make this about only about folks like Jack but the same, freedom that protects Jack ensures that for instance a lesbian cake designer won't be forced to create a cake celebrating some kind of opposition to same-sex marriage exactly this freedoms for all of. Us in the media is worse I mean the media guy who. Live, by the first are by far the worst defenders of this here's another interesting fact I think a. Lot of. People would, like to know so when. We were before the supreme court arguing about Jack's case one of the things that the state came in and told the US supreme court is that, it's okay if Jack declines. Cakes to have explicit pro gay pro, LGBT messages on it but now we're just a few months. After that and they're coming After that again four cake that has a clear and admitted throw LGBT section so it. Just shows us again. That it doesn't matter what the state says what they're. Doing shows that they're hostile to Jack jacker hostile to what he, believes in their hostile to the fact that he wants to live out his faith in his day to day life.

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"jack case" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"jack case" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"To protect all americans and cluding those who believe marriage between man and a woman justice kennedy's retirement came just when we thought this term of the supreme court couldn't get more interesting and more intense i mean good heavens wow of course a lot of people are trying to make predictions what's going to happen the breathless stereo on the left and regards to to roe v wade for example is is is probably the the loudest voices that we're hearing right now but i think this could be a significant advantage for baron how this could be a significant advantage for religious freedom going forward but talk right now is that justice kennedy retiring is potential now the closest that we've come to the possibility the right replacement is confirmed to overturning roe v wade but there was a lot of cases after the jack phillips case as you mentioned about compelled speech and the and the court really smack that down the court did not get into specifically that compelled speech level of issues in jack's case but certainly did in netflix and so on so do you think it justice kennedy kind of his intention was to kind of lay that out as kind of bread crumbs for his successor than to come back and decide a case where you didn't have maybe the level of hostility animals that you had from the civil rights commission towards jack where you could really kind of a look at that free speech issue do you think kennedy wasn't willing to address the speech issue at the level that many people had hoped he would in jack's case and that now the successor if he's more like a gorsuch this is going to be a different court i mean there's just a lot of questions here and regards to religious freedom a lot of it kind of depends on you know what we think kennedy was doing kennedy you know has not made that you know enormously clear i mean what what's your take kristen well i that we always want to be careful as an advocate who appears before the supreme court you know it's hard to pronounce the kate on what justice kennedy intended or what the coordin pendant but what we do know in i think should give hope is in the last seven years we know we've played a role and we've one nine supreme court decisions and those have all focused on speech and religion so to suggest that this has been downhill trend would not be accurate but you're right in saying that the issue of sexual orientation gender identity laws being misused and applied as a weapon against people of faith is a hot button issue and fortunately the court and justice kennedy did not need to reach the speech issue to ruin favor of jack and the court has a role that if it doesn't need to go there it won't because the hostility was so egregious it was so over against jackie it didn't need to address any other issue and and then we see in netflix it then went on to explain in the nipah case what it needs to have respect and the promise of guaranteed and just as kennedy's concurrence in this is amazing all of your listeners should read that particularly the less paragraph it's amazing and clearly such forward some important principles as we consider baranov case and future cases the magus you quickly about netflix because one of the things that i said as soon as i saw the nfl decision come out as it was well worth it was a great decision but based on the oral arguments.

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"jack case" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"jack case" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Person's private faith and you're telling them shut up and bake the cake it's like going into a deli a jewish deli and saying like you need to serve pork here because if you don't i'll be offended or going to a muslim store and saying well you need to serve pork on your menu in this restaurant and they say well we're muslims like shut up i want pork you need you know that we in america we don't do that we have a free market we have freedom and i just want people to understand what is around this issue rather than get all kind of hung up on whether it's anti gay or gay so when these gay activists say okay now we're gonna punish if you don't agree with us that is simply unamerican that's what it is absolutely on american and one of the things that was so surprising in the decision was how much time justice kennedy span basically what he did is he ruled narrowly on jack's case but he said that the colorado civil rights commission was was not respectful to jack's religious beliefs and if you look at how the colorado civil rights commission treated jack phillips you talk about unamerican i mean you know kennedy called it clear and impermissible hostility and that's what they did they compare jack phillips beliefs to to the sorts of things that were used to justify discrimination slavery and the holocaust one commissioner called that you know claiming religious freedom as his reason he said that jack phillips and then used one of the most despicable pieces of rhetoric that people can use and other appealing to your religious belief is despicable rhetoric according to the colorado several rights that's not america everybody needs to understand this is not a left to right issue this is not a gay ran tiga issue this is an issue of who we are as americans what does it mean to be an american actually that's a good opportunity for.

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"jack case" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"jack case" Discussed on WGTK

"Well we are that it will have a positive impact on bearing off case the court conference the case for thursday and critics you an order on monday deciding how to dispose of that case it could grant her petition and hear her case or it could g vr meaning sending it back to the washington court to determine her fate based on how it decided jack's case we'll jack phillips in terms of the alliance defending freedom how did they come to you because i want people to go to my website and support atf and the alliance defending freedom button there how did they find you from an interview that i did with focus on the family and they came to my defense because i serve everybody who comes into my shot and just some messages that i can express and they were able to help with that and i'm so grateful now at crystalline view expect colorado to in any way reimburse jack for the wasp business the expensive litigation the the burden that it created on his life no that's the downside to these kinds of prosecutions by the government is jack has lost forty percent of his business over six year period he's gotten regular death threats you had to like go six of ten employees it the the strain on his family it has changed his life and yet colorado doesn't seem to have to pay a price nor does the aclu for that is there any kind of attorney's fees statute that at least makes colorado pay for the the cost of putting jack through the grinder i mean it's seven to it's not even close that's what i want people to understand it wasn't even close ear spot on wasn't class and the bias so over the top and how they treat us jack and how they're treating people in other states as well other governments are doing the same thing but there is no attorney's fee statutes that a defendant can claim in these actions now so kristen having fought this battle is it better that it was fought with jack bearing the burden and doing the martyr walk here and the walk of shame in the walk of death threats to be exonerated and held up at the end of better for other people that he put up with this i think it is because it added another layer to the top of.

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"jack case" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"jack case" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The commission allowed three other bakers to refuse a customer's request that would require them to violate their secular commitments he says the only wrinkle is this in the face of so much evidence suggesting hostility toward mr philips's sincerely held religious beliefs two of our colleagues have written separately to suggest that the commission act neutrally tortoise faith when it treated him differently from the other bakers or that it could have easily done so consistent with the first amendment respectfully i do not see how we might rescue the commission from its error a full view of the of the facts helps point the way to the problem start with william jacks case he approached three bakers and asked them to prepare cakes with messages disapproving samesex marriages on religious grounds all three bakers refused mr jackson quest stating they found his request offensive to their secular convictions mr jack responded by filing complaints where the colorado civil rights division he points to the colorado antidiscrimination act which prohibits discrimination against customers in public accommodations because of religious creed sex orientation or certain other traits and then mr jack was given the go ahead and then he compares that gorsuch ties to the case with regard to the phillips he says the factual these two cases all legally salient features in both cases the effect on the customers the same bakers refused service to persons who bore statutorily protected trait religious faith or sexual orientation but in both cases the bakers refused service intending only to honor a personal conviction so of course justice gorsuch is right about all of this also coming up the president of the united states has been a pretty staunch antidrug warrior this is a guy who said that he wants the death penalty for drug dealers but suddenly the president decided to release a sixty three year old drug trafficker who traffic in some two to three thousand kilograms of cocaine at the behest of kim kardashian i'm not so sure this is a good idea is the ben shapiro show.

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"jack case" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"jack case" Discussed on WTMA

"Bakery and hamtramck and tell them to bake their same sex wedding cake and to cater their same sex wedding and then you'd have something to say for yourself jeremy tedesco is the lawyer for the baker in colorado and on the fox news channel yesterday he said hey listen to what was going gonna hear this is about the corrupt lefties in the state of colorado who just wanted to steamroll the christians because they're dripping with contempt for anything that's mainstream traditional american christian and they're contemptuous of religiosity because they believe in the state and god competes with the state for power you're saying this is how you gallop toward authoritarianism and totalitarianism not by twitter by the way but by trampling constitutional rights jeremy tedesco one of the commissioners in the case and this is i think what really caught the attention of the court it certainly did of justice kennedy at the arguments actually said at one of the hearings in jack's case that she found religious freedom to be a despicable piece of rhetoric and justice kennedy asked very pointed questions about that at argument and i think that idea that that the government shouldn't be hostile to people of faith that they shouldn't be able to bully and push people out of the marketplace simply because of their deeply held religious convictions about marriage and that garnered seven votes in favour of jack phillips is a great day for us now look you know as an american i i look at this situation like a normal person not a political fanatic because i'm a normal person and not a political fanatic like these lefties on the civil rights commission and in colorado i see that there are conflicting rights here we talked about this at the time you have the the same sex couple they're getting married you have the baker who is a devout christian it offense his religious sensibilities and look the religious sensibilities of jack phillips who owns the master piece cake shop in colorado the his sensibilities has a devout christian offend no doubt the members of the colorado civil rights commission that steamrolled his religious liberties and they may offend the sensibilities of.

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"jack case" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"jack case" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"And make your vote count we have to remember that in jack's cases the court said he's an expert baker when you go into a cake shop he sketches he scopes hand paints these custom cakes that are one of a kind cakes and that's what the court dealt with yesterday and also said that people of goodwill need the space necessary to disagree on this issue and it's distinguish cases involving interracial marriage in the past with a decent and honorable beliefs of jack and millions of americans like him but believe marriage is between a man and a woman of all different face that is one of the project phillips in colorado baker who was victorious yesterday in his ruling before the supreme court seven to vote but again it deals specifically with his situation especially as it pertains to the colorado civil rights commission and how he was treated during this process so the larger question still at hand is due bakers photographers florus dj's bands caterers and he wanted the wedding business do they and should they have the opportunity based on religious beliefs to opt out to decline work that involves a seem sex wedding ceremony two four three thirty three thirty three yulia shapiro from the cato supreme court review will join us here in just a moment but let's take another phone call here i ron you're on news radio kk what do you think ron good morning i think that anything that the person doesn't believe in doesn't wanna do should be they they should get their way because what if they have a hippy group wants swastikas on their cake or do they want clothing whatever and you don't believe in there you know the you know the hitler thing or just one example but there's like drying pictures or anything for some go or dry all that stuff you know it was kind of frustrating day.

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"jack case" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"jack case" Discussed on WGTK

"Hear jacks case and they're hearing it today thank god for neil gorsuch i i don't know how this if this goes five four thank god for neil gorsuch if we get a retirement of a bryer a ginsburg the enough thank god for president trump will give us others in the mold of neil gorsuch those people will go before the united states senate where repeat after me we cannot have the needless ascendancy of a democrat i can have doug jones in alabama crumbling the constitution and dashing against the rocks can't have it creative professionals should be free to creates things as creators new consistent with their faith in their conscience without fear of government sanction there is a word that his bandied about all the time and that word is tolerance tolerance is a good thing i get it real tolerance is a twoway street the alliance defending freedom as wonderful release on this that tolerance is not a zerosum game where the government can destroy a person of faith simply for living and working consistently with deeplyheld convictions and beliefs everyone's freedom is at risk when the government is able to punish citizens like jack phillips just because the government does it like how he exercises his artistic you jack village gladly cells cakes and other items to everybody like other cake artist he routinely declines some custom cake requests for events that conflict with his beliefs jacks christianity leads him to not be a fan of halloween for example so no halloween cakes let's say somebody comes in they're doing some bachelorette party bachelor party and they want to do something lewd jackson i can do that either let's say somebody comes in and and one sailor that they do something that day expresses distaste for america disrespect for our country jackson i can do that either it's hiv shop it's his art it his talent it's his creativity and all that list of things he ain't going to do you're samesex marriage now the same colorado civil rights commission that ruled against jack found that three other denver cake artists were not guilty of discrimination when they declared.

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"jack case" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"jack case" Discussed on WGTK

"Down street did it for free the system works right system works well not when things get needlessly litigious the couple sued jack under colorado law the colorado supreme court declined to take the case after their cordoba appeals affirmed and colorado civil rights commission decision against jack from may 2014 that decision ordered him and his employees to create cakes that celebrate same sex ceremonies the requirement for jack phillips was in compliance in accordance with colorado's anti discrimination act it involved arri educating his staff which includes members of his own family and filing quarterly compliance reports for two years in june of this last year the supreme court agreed to hear jacks case and they're hearing it today thank god for neil gorsuch i i don't know how this if this goes five four thank god for neil gorsuch if we get a retirement of a bryer a ginsburg the you thank god for president trump will give us others in the mold of neil gorsuch those people will go before the united states senate where repeat after me we cannot have the needless ascendancy of a democrat i can have doug jones in alabama crumbling the constitution and dashing against the rocks can't have it creative professionals should be free to creates things as creators do consistent with their faith in their conscience without fear of government sanction there is a word that his bandied about all the time and that word is tolerance tolerance is a good thing i get it real tolerance is a twoway street the alliance defending freedom as wonderful release on this that tolerance is not a zerosum game where the government can destroy a person of faith simply for living and working consistently with deeplyheld convictions and beliefs everyone's freedom is at risk when the government is able to punish citizens like jack phillips just because the government doesn't like how he exercises his artistic you jack phillips gladly cells cakes and other items to everybody like other cake artist he routinely declines some custom cake requests for events that conflict with his beliefs jacks christianity leads him.

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"jack case" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"jack case" Discussed on WCTC

"The eib network from beard ahsan seven two thousand fourteen as i'm reading her from wicket pedia yet what the you know this this whole idea of of uh believing it not well here's my question are they gonna believe it and will they be willing to give deference to the accuser and the event that it comes at because inevitably somebody else from off was or running for office is going to be this is big in a bid they're going to be accused of something so are they going to give the alleged victim jack case uh the credibilty attention if that person that's running for office is running for well i dunno president or unimportant senate seat or anything down the royal look they w they democrats row k with the president line in court in sexual harassment case right they were fine with it they didn't care they didn't i didn't change now and now and then the than the accusations whomever coming up a look what hillary did last year affect hillary and the the slightest and solve a sudden they change your resume changes they know clinton's are now nothing the clintons aren't going to be back again right well and they will want hillary to run again awan hillary to red eye they don't want nancy are they don't they eventually they're not going to one schumer they're good i mean this has kinda ushering out of the establishment left but here they actually have something to go on and so and it's easy enough of course with an x president and a twotime loser well that's why lied when i look at hillary clinton it's the fact that you know loser and then it does sticking to draw bernie sanders voters which is a growing number of people out there a beer shall you know rate regional rigging the the the democratic a primary rice all by the i i'm sorry she backed off can i still say rigging because elizabeth warren backed off from rigging comment oh i forgot about it every forgot to update you he the everybody's bat all the democrats are okay.

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"jack case" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"jack case" Discussed on Serial Killers

"When killing becomes like a drug driving the murderer to reach desperately for the next even greater high so for jack could it have been that only cutting the throat of his first victim was his way of testing the waters yes i think so and obviously he liked what he did than he got away with it so for his next kill instead of simply dipping a toe in the cold river to continue your metaphor he put his entire foot in it's more of a rush and it's definitely more satisfying my question is why the intestines why did he remove any chapman's innards and draped them over her shoulder will now we're getting into the realm of ritual and signature these terms often used interchangeably referred to the specific details of the killings such as unique mutilations or a sign left by the killer at the crime scene in jacks case the removal of the intestines and the placement on the woman's shoulder is a very specific choice and we'll see he continues it for some time disembowelling his victims became a pimp it'll part of his signature we could look to other serial killers for their own unique signatures there's the aptly named eyeball killer charles albright also a sex worker killer murdered three women in texas from 1992 1991 he earned this moniker by skilfully removing the victims eyeballs seriously where did that signature come from it may have originated with his fascination with taxidermy as a child he would torture and kill small animals and then stuff them himself think about the cold dead eyes of a stuffed fox squirrel on guessing that's not a typical extracurricular activity no and when he was finally caught it imprisoned he would spend his days in his cell drawing pictures of female eyes but signature can also referred to an object left behind by the killer correct right in that type of scenario the signature is more like a calling card let's take a look at some of the most famous and fascinating serial killer calling.

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"jack case" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

02:40 min | 4 years ago

"jack case" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"Jack case suv that why do you think that is that there's this faction in foreign policy thinking that seems to view every problem whether it's afghanistaniraqsyria through the prism of irani realize there a threat i know i don't think anyone is saying that there are good guys but there's the great question tummy i mean there's history obviously shirt right butthe perception uh and the reality that iran has been a sponsor of terrorism that iran has acted in ways to destablize states in the region including in particular yemen in of course syriathat's all real and nobody should have any illusions that iranian interest in american interests are in necessarily uh will coincide uh for the most part anytime soon on the other hand where this issue that you just described manifested itself most dramatically was in the reaction to the iran clearly it is a good thing that we have through diplomacy and sanctions prevented iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon but for many of the iranhawks in some ways they revealed their true stripes by opposing the iran deal which said they had always said they were a nuclear iran is the greatest threat and showed their hand to to basically indicate that know their interest wasn't in preventing ran from acquiring a nuclear weapon their inches was in keeping a boot on the neck of iran and trying to to starve and bankrupted an isolated into oblivion which is never going to happen so here we have an iran that now does not have the capacity to develop a nuclear weapon um without being caught and punished and has given up the means and yet uh the hawks or even a more active than they were prior to the iran deal and i think part of that is a function of the pressure in the ideology exert exerted on our policy as well as on regional policy by the sunnigulfarab states partofthatisisrael and the danger is not that we remain focused on sustaining pressure on iran as we should for its actions with respect to terrorism and destablizing the region it's hateful rhetoric about israelbut what we can't allow is uh the interests of our sunnigulfarab friends to lead us in directions that are antithetical to our interest rate at this point i don't see a reason for the unitedstates to be on the.

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