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Kamala Harris, the US vice president elect

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

Kamala Harris, the US vice president elect

"Is Kamala Harris. She is course on track to become the first woman to reach the office of Vice president and he say she is the right person for the ticket. But others who worked with her they don't support her Santa Clara County District attorney Jeff Rose. And began working closely with Harris became California attorney general in 2011. She's had said to me one of the things that's important when you have a job like attorney general or D, A is to figure hours your top three or four priorities and focus on that. Harmeet Dhillon serves as California's RNC committeewoman

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"jeff rose" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

08:04 min | 2 months ago

"jeff rose" Discussed on 790 KABC

"And I am here. Well, not actually here, but I am somewhere far away from Carrie Case is in studio. Cary. I am in studio and you're You're on my I can see right now. I could lose my voice on face time. So Yeah, you're far away. I'm here We are really social distanced. Your voice sounds very sexy on your hair Looks great on faith. Time keeps time in Canada. I'm quarantining in Canada so I didn't want to miss the show, and I must say, we never say this carried that we are taping today. It is the Jewish holiday Sunday evening. Call me Dre, and we're taping and and we have to make that disclaimer because later on in the show, we're gonna have Jackie Raffi on and she's a cantorial soloist in the director of music of the summary Torah synagogue talking a little bit. About Janki poor and call me Dre and some reflection so we can look forward to that from Jackie. She has an amazing voice carry. So you might want to sing a duet with me. I'll do it on before we get to Jackie. We will have Barbara eating on and I dream of Genie is celebrating 55 years. Wow, That's amazing. I love that show. What about you? I grew up with that show. I mean, really, And I think Still, there are young kids growing up with that show. It's gone every generation It's it's spanned. I mean, 55 years and people still know who she is. Yeah, so we're excited to talk to Barbara Eden. But there was a news last Friday. Actually, that was very sad for everyone. And I know for you care because you had some posts on your widespread social media about Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Stef and I know it touched you. Did you know when? When we interview the people who made the documentary on RBG? I just I couldn't believe what an incredible woman she was. And why. At what incredible thing she did, especially for women's rights and father's rights, You know, And so I said, it doesn't matter if you liked her politics or not. You can look at her as a woman and what she did for humanity and find something that you can say Thank you. You know, Ms Ginsburg and we spoke to Jeff Rose. And, of course, who wrote the book conversations with RBG Great book, and he talked just about that. Jeff Rosen and Betsy West and Julie Cohn, who were the filmmakers for RBG. We spoke to them about our beauty. So this whole year. We've talked about our B G one thing we haven't done, though. Yet. Kerry has had one of the clerks, one of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, clerks on with that, and we're really honored today to have Joe Pal more on. He is the co chair of Morrison and Forster's appellate and Supreme Court practice. He's the managing partner of their Washington D. C office. He's argued 12 cases before the U. S Supreme Court and he has authored over 150 briefs in the Supreme Court. Wow. But I guess right now, Joe, we need to talk about RBG in your relationship with her as a clerk. Welcome to Garvey's law. Thank you for having me. It's really great to have you and I know this must be a tough week and our condolences. I know you had a personal relationship with her over and above the professional relationship. And I know you tweeted. It was ah tweet that got so much attention about what kind of caring person RBG wass and you talked about. Really an incredible story about the day care. And you're one year old son. Can you recap that for those who missed your tweet? Yes, I'd be happy Tio when I clerked for Justice Ginsberg in 1 4002. I had a one year old son, and we're having trouble finding a daycare spot for him. And I didn't know that the justice even knew about that. I've been talking to my co clerks about it, but she did as it turned out, and I had accompanying her to Ah, speech she was giving at the Georgetown law School. Here in Washington, and we were on the way out. And you have to picture the scene where in a crowded elevator with security officers and handlers from Georgetown. Everyone thinks we're going down to the parking garage to leave. And she says, Where's the daycare centre and one of the Georgetown personnel said It's in the basement, and she said, I'd like to go there and they said Okay, justice give her gas or something. You say you say Yes. So the whole group we get off the elevator? We we march down to the day care. Senator. We walk in Justice Ginsburg leading the way and she addresses the woman sitting at the front desk and says Hello, I'm justice Ginsburg. My Joe is looking for a daycare spot for his son. And we would like a tour on Justice Ginsburg and I toured the daycare centre. But what I loved about the story and what I think resonated with people was. It just showed what a caring person she wass and that it wasn't just that she litigated on behalf of Both mothers and fathers assed parents as you mentioned, but she really lived that with with her clerks and with other personnel and employees offenses in court. We've heard so many beautiful stories like that, like what she does you know, she she was not just like you said a justice and not a lawyer. She went beyond that She became your friend and she looked out for you. And And were you there to witness her friendship with Justice Scalia. Yes, I wass. They were, of course, came at a lot of legal questions from a different, very different perspective. They disagreed fundamentally in a lot of really important issues, but they never let that get in the way of their friendship. Their formerly spent every New Year's Eve together. There's thousands were good friends. They traveled to India together, and there's a famous photo which you can find on the Internet. The elephants? Yes, writing. Yes, my favorite photo that was in her in her office, and they were very friendly with each other. It's so beautiful and and what I tweeted was, you know, wouldn't it be? You know nice. What a beautiful thing that you could be from opposite sides of the political spectrum and still respect each other and remain friends. And I just think that there's a lesson to learn from that, especially Now, you know, I had a question Joe because as a very busy attorney as you are, and that's evidenced by over 150 briefs in the Supreme Court, and I'm sure that's just scratching the surface with other appellate work that you do. How did she find the time to take such a personal interest in people like you and your family and what you were doing, as well as other clerks and other people? How do you do that when you're so inundated with such complex work one of the answers and she didn't sleep very much. He was, Yes. He was a well known Nite Owl and seem to get by somehow on just a few hours of sleep a night or in the early morning on that goes back to when she was litigator all the way through. She was also incredibly intentional. About how she spent her time. There was not a minute wasted in her day with her night has it as the turns. I and I'm kind of reminded of. You know, you all probably seemed a Broadway show Hamilton and non stop. You know you're right. Why do you write like you're running out of time? I mean, it actually looked like the scene. You're not just in the latter years when she was sick, but She knew she had limited time and she'll lock picked on and she used every minute to do it. What did you learn from her? After your year in 1 4002 as a clerk. I mean, what? What a great gig for a young lawyer moving into your practice after that. What did you take from that experience? They took a couple things from it. As you said, This is a mean clerking at the Supreme Court is Just the opportunity of a lifetime for a young lawyer. I learned so much just about writing really, how to be a really clear, good writer. She was known for that and there was a really laborious Tracking process for her opinions where you know I would write a draft and it would come back and marked up you no more. But you could barely even see what I have typed up..

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DOJ Charges Chinese Nationals With Hacking More Than 100 Companies

Lars Larson

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

DOJ Charges Chinese Nationals With Hacking More Than 100 Companies

"Against several Chinese nationals who the government accuses of hacking. The Department of Justice and FBI announcing three indictments alleged hacking scheme by part of a group known as a PT 41, loosely tying to the Chinese government that allegedly targeted 100 U. S companies that collectively charge five Chinese nationals with computer hacking. And charged to Malaysian nationals for helping some of those hackers target victims. Deputy Attorney General Jeff Rose in the five Chinese nationals now wanted the Malaysian nationals arrested with officials seeking extradition. Federal prosecutors say they've also been working with American companies like Microsoft and Facebook and efforts to thwart continued hacking attempts. Jeff Man, also

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"jeff rose" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"jeff rose" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Several Chinese nationals who the government accuses of hacking. The Department of Justice and FBI announcing three indictments alleged hacking scheme by part of a group known as a PT 41 loosely tied to the Chinese government that allegedly targeted 100 U. S companies that collectively charge five Chinese nationals with computer hacking. And charged to Malaysian nationals for helping some of those hackers target victims. Deputy Attorney General Jeff Rose in the five Chinese nationals now wanted the Malaysian nationals arrested with officials seeking extradition. Federal prosecutors say they've also been working with American companies like Microsoft and Facebook and efforts to thwart continued hacking attempts. Jeff Man, also Fox News, former chief financial officer for the city of Atlanta, indicted on federal charges, including wire fraud and theft from the government. Prosecutors say Jim Beard you a disposition to defraud the city and obtain money and property for personal use, including travel expenses for himself and family, and they say you city money to buy two automatic weapons for personal use. Beer served as the CFO for Atlanta from 2011 to 2018. People are spending money, just not as much retail sales increased 6/10 of a percent last month. Excluding auto sales, the increase was 7/10 of a percent and July's increase was revised weaker to 9/10 of a percent. The $600 a week enhanced unemployment benefits expired at the end of July. Sales did increase in August on clothing, electronics and furniture. As students went back to school, either in the classroom or remotely spending declined for groceries and sporting goods. Boxes. Jenny CAS Ola The Federals ER says it expects to keep its benchmark interest rate near zero, at least through 2023 as it works to spark economic growth and drive down.

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"jeff rose" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:45 min | 3 months ago

"jeff rose" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Listening to NPR. With Casey you News America, Mahoney. Wildfires have forced tens of thousands of people to evacuate across the central coast. Law enforcement officers are working overtime to protect the homes and businesses they left behind in hard hit Santa Cruz County looting has led to multiple arrests. Hey, Easy use, Doug McKnight reports. At a news briefing yesterday, Santa Cruz County Sheriff Jim Hart showed his disgust for lawbreakers who prey on fire victims. It takes a special person toe wake up in the morning. And say, you know, I'm gonna go victimize and traumatized people who have already been through everything that this community has been through. In one case of firefighters. Wallet was stolen from his fire truck. His credit cards were maxed out and his bank account drained. Normally, the Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office has 10 deputies on duty. But since the beginning of the fire, the number has increased, too. Between 60 and 90. Officers working round the clock. District Attorney Jeff Rose L joined heart in warning lawbreakers to stay out of evacuated areas because you're going to get stopped, You're going to get arrested and we're going to prosecute you and we have absolutely no sympathy for you. Brazil also warned business is about price gouging, He says the state of emergency in the county Makes that a crime with fines that can go up to $10,000 in Monterey County share. Steve Burn all warned residents of scams asking for donations to firefighter or victim funds, he says. If you want to help donate two organizations you trust Doug McKnight, K Z you news Support for NPR.

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Material Shortages, Paneled Ceilings, and To Vent or Not to Vent

The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

04:58 min | 4 months ago

Material Shortages, Paneled Ceilings, and To Vent or Not to Vent

"This is senior editor patron mccomb. Today I'm joined by Rob Watson digital brand manager. Hey. there. Kylie Jacques Design Editor. Hello. And producer. Jeff. Rose I. Well, it is a pleasure to see you all this morning. Thanks again for joining me. Pleasure. So I want to start off lending briefly Kylie someone commented on Itunes with regard to the podcast, and they said some very nice things many more about us. So you should definitely take a look at that. I want to encourage all of our listeners to please review the podcast it really helps us out both in terms to know that we're doing a good job and to help others find it. So if you do that for me, I would be super appreciative. That com that was dated on July twenty ninth but prior to that the most recent one was like the end of April. So. Get to. Work People. And thank you in advance I. Look At. Rob, what are you doing? What have I been doing? Well, you know. I. Keep talking about that Porch but kind of done with there's nothing new about. Other night other than last night i. just sat out there and enjoyed a glass of wine even though it's not completely done yet just sat there and watch the sunset. So drinking hooch on your new deck is the best thing ever. But actually the next project I'm not actually the next project because it's a big one is It's been so hot and Muggy lately that for years on and off have been like do do we want to pool problem is we're very particular about our garden and I would I would have wanted my daughter was little thrown up crappy pool in the backyard just to cool off but it doesn't fit into the. Landscape design apparently of our property. So So We've been totally disagree I went above ground. Pool absolutely. Fantastic. As. Long as I picked, the right would grain right? Well, I, I was going to get I was GONNA. Actually just plant some. Or Tall. Grass in front of it so that you know you can kind of hide it but the problem is I just don't have the space for that. So we've been talking about we've a narrow lot with a twenty foot setback from both sides and it's sixty feet wide. So that means we could just put something in the middle of our yard and there's not very many places to do that. We found this one garden bed that we're willing to take a chunk out of. And possibly dig in and put build a concrete soaking pool. So it's something that it's something that. Is Basically. Yeah. Basically, it's bigger than a hot TUB, but it's not something you can swim laps in. and. and. Probably. Even. Though seems kind of a bit labour-intensive thing. Probably do it with pouring slab in doing a block wall and plastering the block wall in doing stone coping in behind the why you think that sounds labor intensive. Well, actually I had. I had this great idea My. Daughter about how hard liens working on your property tactic. Even offered her a little bit more money than you're paying per hour. Maybe she could dig. Don't you dare? Rolling. So it would probably stick up about it would be right in the lawn. So probably stick up about sixteen inches out of the lawn with a stone top on it so that it would act like a garden benches well and Maybe That or not your own disaster at well, I've actually been just searching around for ideas on. Pinterest in elsewhere and phones mice examples have found some one example of some women in. The. Netherlands who built one by herself and his. All this cool stuff. All these cool details that she did is basically the same methods of construction and one of the coolest things was that Like well, this too small swim in this thing and those those jet pools you can swim in place or like thousands of dollars. While this woman bought thing, it's a it's a harness that you hook to some d rings in the corner of the pool and it doesn't same thing holds you back. Easy swam against this idea the harness. For A jet. You don't need a jet you swim in place to harness keep you from swimming forward You know I'll help dig thing if I can use it now on that. Okay. Sure to harness. Of wacky and honestly the Dickens give me really easy because. All the sand is going to be wheelbarrow downhill from the site and my my ground is all it's like a thirty. Patients one. GOING DOWNHILL My ground ground is all course sand. So a guy I dug a trench to my barn for conduct wants by hand and it was no big deal. Easy.

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"jeff rose" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"jeff rose" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"G. Roberts was sworn in to take on a role as outlined in the constitution when the president of the United States is tried the Chief Justice shall preside but unlike most trials where judges are in complete control here it'll be the Senate that has the first and last word Jeff rose and president and CEO of the national constitution center says Roberts his role is to be a symbol of neutrality to be accepted by both sides as fair as not favoring one side or another sitting at the center of a political fight poses a unique challenge for the sixty four year old Chief Justice he's no fan of the limelight and going back to his two thousand five confirmation hearings has fiercely defended the independence of federal judges comparing them to Pires who call balls and strikes the role of an empire and a judge is critical they make sure everybody plays by the rules but in an impeachment trial not only does the Senate set the rules it can by a majority vote overturn any of Roberts's rulings the Senate will convene is a court of impeachment twenty one years ago Roberts his predecessor the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist presided over president Clinton's impeachment trial I do but he only made one ruling that senators were more than jurors because the Senate could also dictate the trial like a judge it's all the more important to have a figure who is recognized by both sides as above politics and that's why it's so important to Chief Justice Roberts the chief justice's been quick to defend.

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"jeff rose" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:12 min | 11 months ago

"jeff rose" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"On Americans view of the federal courts Jan Crawford is outside the Supreme Court Jan he already had a hard job now is that even harder job it would seem how's he going to handle it all well you know he's still going to be performing his duties here at the Supreme Court but is going to be leaving the collegiality and go across the street at to preside over a very different very partisan trial and many have speculated that that it's got to be his worst nightmare but people who know him best say he's also going to see it as an opportunity to show the independence of the federal judiciary so help you god I do with that John G. Roberts was sworn in to take on a role as outlined in the constitution when the president of the United States is tried the Chief Justice shall preside but unlike most trials where judges are in complete control here it'll be the Senate that has the first and last word Jeff rose and president and CEO of the national constitution center says Roberts his role is to be a symbol of neutrality to be accepted by both sides as fair as not favor one side or another sitting at the center of a political fight poses a unique challenge for the sixty four year old Chief Justice he's no fan of the limelight and going back to his two thousand five confirmation hearings has fiercely defended the independence of federal judges comparing them to Pires who call balls and strikes the role of an empire and a judge is critical they make sure everybody plays by the rules but in an impeachment trial not only does the Senate set the rules it can by a majority vote overturn any of Roberts's rulings the Senate will convene is a court of impeachment twenty one years ago Roberts his predecessor the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist presided over president Clinton's impeachment trial I do but he only made one ruling that senators were more than jurors because the Senate could also dictate the trial like a judge it's all the more important to have a figure who is recognized by both sides as above politics and that's why it's so important to Chief Justice Roberts Chief Justice it's been quick.

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"jeff rose" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"jeff rose" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"John G. Roberts was sworn in to take on a role as outlined in the constitution when the president of the United States is tried the Chief Justice shall preside but unlike most trials where judges are in complete control here it'll be the Senate that has the first and last word Jeff rose and president and CEO of the national constitution center says Roberts his role is to be a symbol of neutrality to be accepted by both sides as fair as not favoring one side or another sitting at the center of a political fight poses a unique challenge for the sixty four year old Chief Justice he's no fan of the limelight and going back to his two thousand five confirmation hearings has fiercely defended the independence of federal judges comparing them to umpires who call balls and strikes the role of an empire and a judge is critical they make sure everybody plays by the rules but in an impeachment trial not only does the Senate set the rules it can by a majority vote overturn any of Roberts's rulings the Senate will convene as a court of impeachment twenty one years ago Roberts his predecessor the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist presided over president Clinton's impeachment trial I do but he only made one ruling that senators were more than jurors because the Senate could also dictate the trial like a judge it's all the more important to have a figure who is recognized by both sides as above politics and that's why it's so important to Chief Justice Roberts the chief justice's been quick to defend federal.

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"jeff rose" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"jeff rose" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"That John G. Roberts was sworn in to take on a role as outlined in the constitution when the president of the United States is tried the Chief Justice shall preside but unlike most trials where judges are in complete control here it'll be the Senate that has the first and last word Jeff rose and president and CEO of the national constitution center says Roberts his role is to be a symbol of neutrality to be accepted by both sides as fair as not favoring one side or another sitting at the center of a political fight poses a unique challenge for the sixty four year old Chief Justice he's no fan of the limelight and going back to his two thousand five confirmation hearings has fiercely defended the independence of federal judges comparing them to Pires who call balls and strikes the role of an empire and a judge is critical they make sure everybody plays by the rules but in an impeachment trial not only does the Senate set the rules it can by a majority vote overturn any of Roberts's rulings the Senate will convene is a court of impeachment twenty one years ago Roberts his predecessor the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist presided over president Clinton's impeachment trial I do but he only made one ruling that senators were more than jurors because the Senate could also dictate the trial like a judge it's all the more important to have a figure who is recognized by both sides as above politics and that's why it's so important to Chief Justice Roberts the.

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"jeff rose" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:34 min | 11 months ago

"jeff rose" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Was sworn in to take on a role as outlined in the constitution when the president of the United States is tried the Chief Justice shall preside but unlike most trials where judges are in complete control here it'll be the Senate that has the first and last word Jeff rose and president and CEO of the national constitution center says Roberts his role is to be a symbol of neutrality to be accepted by both sides as fair as not favor one side or another sitting at the center of a political fight poses a unique challenge for the sixty four year old Chief Justice he's no fan of the limelight and going back to his two thousand five confirmation hearings has fiercely defended the independence of federal judges comparing them to Pires who call balls and strikes the role of an empire and the judge is critical they make sure everybody plays by the rules but in an impeachment trial not only does the Senate set the rules it can by a majority vote overturn any of Roberts's rulings the Senate will convene is a court of impeachment twenty one years ago Roberts his predecessor the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist presided over president Clinton's impeachment trial I do but he only made one ruling that senators were more than jurors because the Senate could also dictate the trial like a judge it's all the more important to have a figure who is recognized by both sides as above politics and that's why it's so important to Chief Justice Roberts the chief justice's been quick to.

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"jeff rose" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:34 min | 11 months ago

"jeff rose" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"John G. Roberts was sworn in to take on a role as outlined in the constitution when the president of the United States is tried the Chief Justice shall preside but unlike most trials where judges are in complete control here it'll be the Senate that has the first and last word Jeff rose and president and CEO of the national constitution center says Roberts his role is to be a symbol of neutrality to be accepted by both sides as fair as not favoring one side or another sitting at the center of a political fight poses a unique challenge for the sixty four year old Chief Justice he's no fan of the limelight and going back to his two thousand five confirmation hearings has fiercely defended the independence of federal judges comparing them to Pires who call balls and strikes the role of an empire and the judge is critical they make sure everybody plays by the rules but in an impeachment trial not only does the Senate set the rules it can by a majority vote overturn any of Roberts's rulings the Senate will convene as a court of impeachment twenty one years ago Roberts his predecessor the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist presided over president Clinton's impeachment trial I do but he only made one ruling that senators were more than jurors because the Senate could also dictate the trial like a judge it's all the more important to have a figure who is recognized by both sides as above politics and that's why it's so important to Chief Justice Roberts the chief justice's been quick.

John G. Roberts president United States Senate national constitution center Pires Clinton Justice Roberts Jeff rose president and CEO Roberts Chief Justice William Rehnquis
"jeff rose" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"jeff rose" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"G. Roberts was sworn in to take on a role as outlined in the constitution when the president of the United States is tried the Chief Justice shall preside but unlike most trials where judges are in complete control here it'll be the Senate that has the first and last word Jeff rose and president and CEO of the national constitution center says Roberts his role is to be a symbol of neutrality to be accepted by both sides as fair as not favoring one side or another sitting at the center of a political fight poses a unique challenge for the sixty four year old Chief Justice he's no fan of the limelight and going back to his two thousand five confirmation hearings has fiercely defended the independence of federal judges comparing them to umpires who call balls and strikes the role of an empire and a judge is critical they make sure everybody plays by the rules but in an impeachment trial not only does the Senate set the rules it can by a majority vote overturn any of Roberts's rulings the Senate will convene is a court of impeachment twenty one years ago Roberts his predecessor the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist presided over president Clinton's impeachment trial I do but he only made one ruling that senators were more than jurors because the Senate could also dictate the trial like a judge it's all the more important to have a figure who is recognized by both sides as above politics and that's why it's so important it's Chief Justice Roberts the.

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"jeff rose" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:43 min | 11 months ago

"jeff rose" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Fight could have a profound impact on Americans view of the federal courts Jan Crawford is outside the Supreme Court Jan he already had a hard job now is that even harder job it would seem house you can handle it all well you know he's still going to be performing his duties here at the Supreme Court but is going to be leaving the collegiality and go across the street at to preside over a very different very partisan trial and many have speculated that that it's got to be his worst nightmare the people who know him best say he's also going to see it as an opportunity to show the independence of the federal judiciary so help you god I do with that John G. Roberts was sworn in to take on a role as outlined in the constitution when the president of the United States is tried the Chief Justice shall preside but unlike most trials where judges are in complete control here it'll be the Senate that has the first and last word Jeff rose and president and CEO of the national constitution center says Roberts his role is to be a symbol of neutrality to be accepted by both sides as fair as not favor one side or another sitting at the center of a political fight poses a unique challenge for the sixty four year old Chief Justice he's no fan of the limelight and going back to his two thousand five confirmation hearings has fiercely defended the independence of federal judges comparing them to umpires who call balls and strikes the role of an empire and a judge is critical they make sure everybody plays by the rules but in an impeachment trial not only does the Senate set the rules it can by a majority vote overturn.

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 3 climbers presumed dead after Banff avalanche

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

3 climbers presumed dead after Banff avalanche

"Three. Members of the north faces. Global athlete team are presumed dead vais an avalanche birdies Banff national park in the bay area. Based outdoor apparel company says it renowned American alpine Jeff's rose, Kelly and two Austrian climbers are missing officials say that the three men were attempting to climb the east face of howse peak on the icefield Parkway yesterday recovery efforts are currently on hold because of a continued risk of avalanches

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Trump's national emergency faces legal pushback

KDWN Programming

06:06 min | 1 year ago

Trump's national emergency faces legal pushback

"February the Trump administration planning to cancel nine hundred twenty nine million in US money for California's beleaguered high-speed rail project at once the state to return an additional two and a half billion. It's already spent the department of transportation announcing that on Tuesday. California governor Gavin Newsom says the administration's engaging in political retribution saying the president's reacting to California suing over Trump's emergency declaration to pay for a wall. Let's bring in Phil Kerpen of American commitment. President of American commitment. You can find out more in American commitment dot ORG joins us from time to time here on FM. Good morning. Phil. The Trump administration plan to cancel that nine hundred twenty nine million and order California to payback or return, anyway, the additional two and a half billion that may be spent by the way, folks, I live here in the Golden State have been following this thing since it was approved. So does the does the Trump administration have a case? Oh, absolutely. There's very broad language in the original grant agreement that gives the the federal government, the federal railway administration the authority to cancel the contract and to demand repayment, if the state has not made adequate progress language that's in the grant agreement. I think that ten years after the stimulus money was approved. It's pretty clear to everyone that they have not made out of quick progress, including the governor himself who very pointedly said in his state of the state address that the project would never be completed as it was originally vision. Then he went on to say, well, you know, we're going to complete this one little segment from the Bakersfield because hey, we wouldn't want to give all that money back to Donald Trump's federal government. But you know, that is too clever by half. I mean, he's admitting that the project that was approved. And that was the reason the grant was thin. We'll never actually be completed and yet he wants to sort of, you know, upgrade an existing relatively. Short segment of Amtrak rail will have very limited ridership and say, hey, good enough. We're keeping the federal money. I it doesn't work that way. And I think the president is absolutely right. And the secretary of transportation, Elaine Chao in the railway administrator, I think they're all absolutely right out to take this action. And I certainly think they're on very firm ground did not spending more money. And you know, my read of the grant agreement indicates that they can demand the full amount back. And of course, you know, we'll see how the lawyers work all that out. But I I don't think it's laughable to suggest that this is a retaliation for the national emergency lawsuit for two reasons. First of all the state of the state address by the governor set this in motion, and there was immediate reaction from the White House and the department of transportation before the national emergency declaration was even made and second everybody knew California and all the other liberal states with over the national emergency declaration. Surprise anyone the president talked about it? His announcement press conference. He said, of course, they'll they'll find a way to get this into the ninth, circuit the way, they always do that that wasn't a surprise that was totally anticipated. Well, do you think he has the case against these states? On the national emergency declaration. Yep. Oh, I don't know. I think that it unlikely that they'll be able to convince the judge to that the question of whether an emergency exists is a justifiable. That'll probably be considered a non-justiciable political question on the executive branch on that point of the litigation will turn on the much more difficult question, whether having invoked on national emergency, the president, and Ben lawfully has the ability to transfer those funds, but one of the points that I think is very little noticed about the the border wall issue is the president actually tapped three sources of funding and two of them do not depend on the number evacuation. And so even if the these are successful, they might only knockout portion of the eight billion dollars, and that that I think was done deliberately by the administration using several different legal rationale, President Trump. Does he intends to nominate Jeffrey Rosen longtime litigator and deputy transportation secretary to replace rod Rosenstein as deputy AG. What do you know about Rosen is this a good choice? I really like it. I'm getting some pushback and criticism on Twitter from people who say, hey, it's another Washington insider, this is terrible that kind of thing. But I think that it's a very very difficult thing to wrestle federal bureaucracy and change direction like trying to steer and aircraft carrier. And it's an awfully difficult thing to do if you don't have experience, and you haven't successfully done it. And you know, Jeff rose and was in the IRA did a lot of budgeting and regulatory work during the Bush administration. And of course, he has tremendous private sector experience as a as a lawyer as well, but when he came into his current job at the department of transportation, and he's the deputy secretary, which is sort of the CEO of the department. He's got fifty thousand employees there, and basically any measures the department of transportation has been number one in deregulation under all of their deregulatory executive orders of President Trump. And you know, if you can rank. Angle the department of transportation vast bureaucracy and actually get those bureaucrats to do. Good deregulatory pro-gross things. You know, you've got a better chance than most people being able to do the same thing at DOJ. I'm not saying he can cause I don't know if Jay bureaucracy can be wrangled by anyone. But I think he's got a much better chance of somebody coming in from outside of Washington or somebody who hasn't had a proven ability of doing something like that as he's done a DOT. So I like it. I think it's very good back. Phil Kerpen joins us from time to time here on A F N, president of American commitment. You can find out more at American commitment

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Nolan Arenado, Colorado Rockies agree to $26 million, 1-year deal

Drive Time Sports

04:19 min | 2 years ago

Nolan Arenado, Colorado Rockies agree to $26 million, 1-year deal

"Nolan Arnaldo and the Rockies have settled on a one year contract as what it is usual. When you go into arbitration. Ken Rosenthal reports are not as one year twenty six million dollar deal with the Rockies is a record for player through the arbitration process. If you remember the Rockies came in at twenty four which would have also been a record one year arbitration deal are not a wanted thirty million dollars. They settle on twenty six as what usually happens. You split. The difference in everyone goes home. That's that's significant and. While it sure doesn't seem like the Rockies have any aces up their sleeve in terms of recruiting Bryce Harper or landing, you know, they're still alive. Dallas kaikal hasn't been signed. Like, it doesn't seem like the Rockies are saving their money to go. After one of these marquee free agents that are still on the market. But I wonder what this means for Nolan are nano he said when he asked for thirty million dollars that it was what all athletes eight is business. It is a business. And you just heard Ryan leaf say the NFL is a business, but at the same time Nolan has no no other organization than the Rockies. You would want him. I think to be a little less cold and calculating, maybe that's too pollyannaish for the rock from the Rockies perspective. But is he going to be that rigid with the Rockies when they tried to negotiate a long-term deal during or after this year, the Rockies can't play around with this? I said this the other day. They can't risk losing Nolan for nothing. And for those who think that this thing's going to drag out till the end of September. No, it's not it has to be settled by July thirty one or they have to have a strong indication one way or another because they gotta get something for them. Or it's going to set this franchise back five years, and I'm not being I I'm not trying to be alarmist. And I don't think I'm being over the top. That's how important Nolan are not always you could talk about Trevor story and Charlie Blackmon those guys come and go they go up and down Nolan is the guy. He's the face of the franchise. He's their best player. He's the most steady and efficient. Hitter that they have. To me. They can't they can't hang onto him hoping that a whole year convinces them. They gotta try to convince them and a half a year or else they're going to be in a really tough spot. Well, and I'd say now that they've taken care of the whole arbitration thing and avoided that started now, right? Are working on a long term deal. Now. And look I would like to Rockies I mentioned this earlier in the show. The Padres are going to meet with Bryce Harper. I would love for Jeff rise to do that. To but to me. Jeff bridage. Should sit down right now. And all he should do. It's figuring out how he can convince Nolan are not to stay. Because that is the top priority and say what you will about when the Rockies traded Larry Walker or Baldo Jimenez, or any of these others. This will be the Troy to Lewinsky, even this will be bigger than any of those and more detrimental to the Rockies. If they don't handle this correctly. So I say all the time you have time to do other things, Jeff. But this has got to be your focus when you wake up in the morning. And when you go to bed at night figuring out. How to convince Nolan are Nado to stay in purple

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"jeff rose" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"jeff rose" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

"Like that was basically they flushed out all the Hoiberg era is the start of a new thing. And now we go so it's his first year for Rio. And prom. This is something that I don't know. I will say people will probably get this a names. But he said that the players last year didn't all by in as a team necessarily. They didn't like hanging out with each other in this year. They're all hanging out. He said the players go eat at Jeff throws. I don't know what Jeff roses. So Ames Iowa throws Jethro Bodine, I'm guessing or I don't know. Let's see Jeff throws sounds like a buffet. It sounds like a Honda Rosa like like a golden corral. Sounds like an old like fifty diner buffets. What I'm guessing? Yeah. Like, a maybe a waffle house house. I'm like, so they all go to jail throws. And then they go to the movies together. And then they come to promise house after the movies too. Like decompress about the movies. Ed, they're like all dating each other. I wanna be just want to see what that's like. So I I thought that was good news. So. Keep an eye on. Hilton magic back. That's what I really want. I want to turn on a game. I'm gonna watch you know, I want I want Kansas to go, and I will stay in know that it's going to be a hell of a game in Kansas is going to end up winning at the end. Five to eighty three and over time. And then I was taping. Stayed. I want the place to be rocket and Iowa State fans to genuinely believed that they're about the win the game and then have their hearts ripped out. Gerald's tradition. As this tradition. Moving onto another team in the mid west. We're just we're just checking off all these mid western teams a team that has massive expectations. This has to be the year for them Tate. We've we've been we've been watching this building process happened for a while. We've been watching the the fantastic facilities in Lincoln, Nebraska. But this has to be there. It's ten miles seven season. They the big ten is going to be terrible. I made the point on a couple of preview pods ago that that of the teams in the big ten that are that could theoretically win the conference this year, only, Indiana and Wisconsin have gotten better since last year. I forgot to mention Nebraska Nebraska's definitely gotten better basically brought their old team back. Palmer junior Homer junior. Is the best player might is is definitely good enough to win big ten player of the year. So they bring everyone back in the point is the big tennis is awful this year. It's very very bad in big ten people are going to do their best to kind of like. Massage. That'd be like we have some. We have Carson Edwards. We have Romeo Lankford you ever heard of him. Like, we might be. Okay. We might be Michigan state's good Michigan's, you know. It's not going to be a good conference. But that's great from Nebraska. They they have a good team. They went thirteen and five in the conference last year and miss the tournament Tate, which is a really big snub. Right. I mean, a lot of people thought they were getting terrible last year. I do remember Dickey being very upset about that Tim miles. This is the first time the core. Cornhuskers have been Rick Nash is since two thousand fourteen or twenty five everywhere as far as we could see I thought ten miles is great. He said that he wants the insead way to act and to get the cheese out of the game. Which is great because the FBI is who's trying to get the cheaters out of the game. So he gave the right answer. You know, it wasn't like I want the FBI to since these people and get them in jail clean up the game. He's like I'm waiting for the A to do that. So, you know, he put it off for two more years sorta like is know coaching career, Nebraska, just. Yeah. Wait for next year. It's coming. I thought it was a good play. In the meantime, you want to check out our practice facility. It's very nice. We have very nice facilities here in Nebraska. You should come shit. Nebraska went tendency to close the season last year they were hot they were very hot team. And then they went to the nineteen..

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"jeff rose" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"jeff rose" Discussed on KGO 810

"Tax cuts that i put in the peace can you imagine a conventional republican getting the tax rate down to twenty one percent and that would be unheard there'd be no way because i mean republicans can't even call yourself a republican unless you're promising succeeding getting it that far down i think what you mean that's one of the things i i can't say other administrations so jeff i we're gonna we're gonna take a little break here but i wanna talk to you some more time jeff rose written a piece for the new york times called don't run from trump and you know you're you're talking about the specifics of the policy that are consistent with other republican goals my question i guess is.

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"jeff rose" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"jeff rose" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Done it through the courts the supreme court of course through tax cuts through epa and regulation jeff rose says despite your tendency to want to pull back after the special election in pennsylvania stay with the president jeff i think it's the only political move i think a strategic retreat and politics is is normally met with defeat and i and i think when we put this together i had in mind we have seventy four republican congressmen elected to this congress seventy four paul ryan swore in seventy four axiom clients and these folks range from hard battle republican seats to vary swing seats that could go either way down election cycle and we've seen over the course of the obama administration did they lost one thousand seats but the democrats stayed right with him there was out there was never a never a caucus that was formed there were no never obama consultants going on tv and trashing the president but what they did do is they stop defending the policies and so they took a bomb macaire which even with a past harder remember now is a fifty fifty issue because they refused to defend it as you remember the roll out of the website was all full and they caffeine sibelius lost her job over it they stopped defending it we were able to turn that and educate the american public and what was really in that and it turned into a sixty five thirty five issue for us the same exact thing is going to happen the tax cuts tax cuts passed it was underwater we've default to defend the tax cuts now it's a fifty fifty issue or even trending our way is the economy continues to improve and republican consultant to say tax cuts don't work don't defend it talk about something else we run the same exact risk as democrats did obamacare we would have with taxes so i think you have no no choice but to defend the president defend the defendant fight first policies i think you're right and i think number one the tax cuts very republican i mean they don't like the spending part of it you were still more offsets but for the most part that's what you're promised to do when you actually did it when i find us downing is in pennsylvania do you know the issue.

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Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to visit Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

Atlanta's Morning News

01:59 min | 2 years ago

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to visit Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

"A kid with a gun at shilo middle school on monday and take him into custody than on tuesday officials are back at the school when during their investigation they find out another gun hidden somewhere on school grounds outside of the building by another child the school again notifying parents around dinnertime on tuesday this mom telling channel 2 that should happen soon i don't want to hear murray that there's a gun at school every day now she's keeping her child home today a criminal investigation is ongoing reporting live michelle wright wsb bolton county commission chairman rob pits till's wsb he's a proud gun owner from the media a lover carey permanent curie won that he's calling for a ban on assault weapons on the sidelines and do not pay is not acceptable anymore kelly school superintendent jeff rose allied safety measures to concerned parents of banica high school last night a second forms planned tomorrow would centenial high school in roswell education secretary betsy devos meets with students in parkland florida today after the deadly school shooting there last month her meeting is closed to reporters at the state house today is poised to adopt a bill to raise the minimum age to buy a well gone to 21 and oppose a threeday waiting period for firearms purchased the governor's expected the sign as he survivors of the school shooting file notice of their intent to see the broward county sheriff's office and school system for its failure to protect students wsb's top national story nato four wall street worries about the latest personnel change the white house dow futures tank after president trump's economic adviser gary cohn steps down at odds with the president over tariffs on steel and aluminum the president makes clear he is sticking with his plans or the fact is we've been mistreated as a country for many years and it's just not going to happen any long georgia senator david produced as the president's frustrated residence instincts for white i support him one hundred percent that he wants a level playing field out there but produce supports a more targeted approach over the products and countries hit by tariffs many republicans fear a trade worse brewing thousand still don't have power back from last week's nor'easter is the next door moves zanik concerns we still don't have power but we haven't been able to get insurance company in to see the house he lives in westchester county.

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"jeff rose" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"jeff rose" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The glenn beck program whole world is changing and really in an exciting and dynamic way if you understand that the bull crap of yesterday which washington hasn't figured out yet bull crap of yesterday the lies of yesterday and the systems that create friction men and and make your life complicated just don't work anymore nobody wants them don't propped them up get out of that and fine passion passion brands and friction where to talk about that with a guy who knows it quite well beginning right now entertainment and enlightenment the glenn brooks that i've been telling you about for weeks that i'm thrilled to be to lab jeff rose blum he is one of the coauthors of the book friction passion brands in the age of disruption you'd is one of those books that you read in you're like she's fly how can they not know that added i not think that out it how is this all of a sudden it's one of those things and somebody invents something you're like of course how come i didn't invent that i want you to know that jeff has not here to sell books i highly recommend you by his book but he's not taking any of the money from it is actually going to something called special spectators which we hope to talk about a little bit later he will also be with us on the blaze tv for a special episode tonight at five o'clock so he's not here to make any money he's here to change some some lives and you have dramatically impacted my thinking since i picked up your book so it's great to have your jeff thanks for having me so tell me i guess we we just need to start at the brands of the past and the brands now passion brands what is it or passion brands of the brands that absolutely dan the competition by they don't just have customers they have an army of a vangelis these the.

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"jeff rose" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"jeff rose" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"The massachusetts in the scholastic athletic association and the massachusetts secondary schools athletic directors' association that's facts stats llc and we'll go back to the best of renegade radio already last week we tried to have over guy going to read ceases worked with alex he was a bit he didn't do it this week we have bull bizarre as everyone else denote him as wandering blind go in with them days of the more of a team player and the the new nickname for alex news day is jeff throw he saw jeff rose franklin gradually thank you i do want to remind you in reminds you wanna remind everybody out there that we are racing yet again ghana f one bosnian braintree make sure you come on down would road in braintree right off the highway very easy to get to right by the south shore plaza for a landmark but would roads right they're very simple off a highway we're going to be there for the fifteenth on a thursday night june fifteenth seven to ten pm were probably going to get there earlier and start ripping it up but then we're going to be broadcasting during a special shelf from seven to ten pm and everybody's gonna racin everybody this is our second annual i don't to sanyal because that's been a year for the second excursion gone up the f one and while the listeners we want to pack the place so f one boston in braintree right there would road on the twelve june twelve seven to ten pm we're going to be there and like last time we've got on twelve june 15 juve unsafe june twelve his father's birthday we tell people going to wrong day now dr and the data i start renew workouts third these in my own fifteen june 15 we are going to be broadcasting from f one boston in braintree june fifteenth thursday night seven to ten pm come undone and i guess we made this and karaoke there to wanna marking has gone we gotta do some we need somebody with a karaoke you machine yes so if you have one bring it june 15 seven to ten pm thursday night come on down of gather thank a lot of people that are gonna that are helping the on.

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"jeff rose" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"jeff rose" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"And we'll go back to the best renegade radio already last week we tried to have over guy go in the correze ceases worked with alex he was a bit he didn't do it this week we have bull bizarre as everyone else did no wandering grind go in with them days a bit more of a team player the new nickname for alex news guy is jeff throw jeff rose graduating gradually thank you so yes do want to remind you man during my view wanna remind everybody out there that we are going racing yet again ghana f one bosnian braintree make sure you come on down would road in braintree right off the highway very easy to get to ride by the south shore plaza for a landmark but would roads right they're very simple the highway we're going to be there thirdly fifteenth on a thursday night june fifteenth seven to ten pm were probably going to get there earlier and start ripping it up but then we're going to be broadcasting during a special shell from seven to ten pm and everybody's gonna racin everybody this is our second annual annual because that's been a year but the second excursion going off the f one and one of listeners we want to pack the place so f one boston in braintree read there would road on the twelve june twelve seven to ten pm we're going to be there and like last time we gotta twelve what june 15 juve and so june twelve his father's birthday we tell people go wrong day now and the data i start renew workout third in my june fifteen june 15 we are going to be broadcasting from f one boston in braintree june 15 thursday night seven to ten pm come on down and i guess we made in kariuki there to out they marking cambridge's gone we gotta do so we need somebody with a karaoke machine yes so if you have one bring it june fifteenth seven to ten pm thursday night gone down i'm gather thank a lot of people that are gonna that are helping the suddenness list is getting bigger and bigger tony's clamped shop right there in quincy passes every day best fried clams in area also poplars chocolate right there and.

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