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"judge barrett ah" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"judge barrett ah" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Friends 2012 Manchester, New Hampshire Safe and Sound College live on ABC. The Republican candidates for president. We're debating During a segment. No. There was no segment on contraception during a surprise shock out of nowhere question on contraception. George Stephanopoulos and Mitt Romney had this little believes that states have the right to ban contraception. George This is an unusual topic that Eurasian States have a right to ban contraception. I can't imagine the state banning contraception. He wouldn't give up on the kept asking the question over and over. He wanted Romney. To give an answer all Romney headed. It was given it all doesn't matter what the answer was just given an answer than they could. They could run off. Romney know on contraception. Romney states have right demand comes running. So they're coming up. Now they're pulling tricks out of the hat that they have utilized before. What's Stephanopoulos is not on the Senate May as well be is in a Clinton war room. What do you mean? Because he's an ABC means he's not a Democrat. Operative. Jeremy finally here, Josh Hawley, Josh Holly Senator from his set of pipes. This guy has a set of pipes. You heard Josh Holly. He's got A superb voice in my home state, and he's talking to Judge Barrett. Ah, hypothetical question. Hunter Biden, who is in the news big time today, hypothetically speaking just hypothetically, If there were let's say, a vice president of the United States who hypothetically had an adult son, who, hypothetically work for a foreign oligarch. Who then sold access to his father, the vice president and his father than intervened in a case to make sure that that oligarch wasn't prosecuted, hypothetically with that violate with that constitute the kind of foreign corruption that the Constitution's concerned about cancer hypotheticals. Well, I thought you might say that on glad you don't and won't because who knows that case that may come before you? In that case make coming for. So what case is this? Well, The New York Post has an exclusive. Smoking gun email reveals how Hunter Biden introduced Ukranian businessman to his Van Hunter Biden introduced his father, Joe Biden, to a top executive in the Ukrainian energy firm Less than a year before the elder Biden pressured government officials in Ukraine into firing the prosecutor. Who was investigating the company. This, according to emails obtained by the post. Fascinating away, they came across thes e mails. These e mails were on a discarded Mac book Pro Get to that in just seconds. The never before revealed meeting is mentioned in a message of appreciation that Vadym An advisor to the Board of Barbarism. A. That's the energy company hundreds for allegedly sent Hunter Biden a message April 17th 2015. It's about a year after Hunter Biden joined the Barisan aboard. At a salary of 50 grand a month. The email reads Deer hunter. Thank you for inviting me to Washington and giving an opportunity to meet your father, the vice president and spend some time together. It's really an honor and a pleasure. An earlier email from May of 2014 also shows that Czarsky reporter leave barbarism is Number three exact asks, hunker for advice on how you can use your influence on the company's behalf. Now they've blockbuster correspondence, which flies in the face of Joe Biden's claim that he's never spoken to his son about his overseas business dealings. Is contained in a massive trove of data recovered from a laptop computer and get this The laptop computer. It's AH, it's a Mac book Pro Ah love, it was dropped off at a repair shop. In Biden's home state of Delaware in April 2019, according to the store's owner, Somebody dropped it off and left it there. Nobody ever came back for it. I needed some repairs. Other material extracted from the computer includes a Ron She's 12 minute video that appears to show Hunter Biden smoking crack. While engaged in a sex act with an unidentified woman, as well as numerous other sexually explicit images. Now, less than eight months after Pa's are skis, banked Hunter Biden for the introduction to his dad. Then Vice President Biden. Admittedly, this is the story he brags about telling Council on foreign relations pressured the Ukrainian president, who at the time was named Petrol Poroshenko. He pressured Poroshenko on the prime minister Arseniy into getting rid of the prosecutor Victor Shokhin by threatening to withhold a billion dollar US loan guarantee during a December 2015 trip to Kiev. Computer has all the evidence now we You don't need that because Biden has bragged about it in the stories about what he's told it, say the Council on foreign Relations and went through them yesterday. And here is part of what he said at the Council on Foreign Relations in December, 2015. I looked at them and I said, I'm leaving in six hours. If the prosecutor is not fired, you're not getting the billion dollars Biden was bragging to the council on Foreign Relations, 2018 invited says, Well, son of a bitch. He got fired. Victor Schulken has said that at the time of his firing March, 26th, he'd made specific plans to investigate charisma. That included interrogation, Tze and other crime investigation procedures in all members of the charisma executive board, including Hunter Biden. So Joe Biden got that prosecution shut down. He got the prosecution of his son shut down, and then bragged about it. They tried to impeach Donald Trump. For having a phone call with the new president of Ukraine, asking for details on this investigation. That's when all these whistleblowers came from. Why we've never heard anything like this. New tenant, Colonel. Oh, can use the vendor man and the like. So not only weren't was Biden bragging about protecting his son he was bragging about protecting Bere is MMA. Oh, yeah, I just saw the clock. I'm starry eyed closer to the election. No more You need rush Be network Washington Small W L Washington Home movies.

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"judge barrett ah" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"judge barrett ah" Discussed on 600 WREC

"My friends 2012 Manchester, New Hampshire. Safe and sound College live on ABC. The Republican candidates for president were debating. During a segment. No. There was no segment on contraception during a surprise shock out of nowhere question on contraception, George Stephanopoulos. And Mitt Romney had this little Do you believe that states have the right to ban contraception? George, This is an unusual topic that Eurasian states have a right to ban contraception. I can't imagine the state banning contraception. He wouldn't give up on it. He kept asking the question over and over. He wanted Romney. To give an answer. All Romney headed was given its all didn't matter what the answer was just given an answer than they could they could run off. Romney know on contraception. Romney states have right demand countries run these states, so they're coming up. Now they're pulling tricks out of the hat. That they have utilized before. What Stephanopoulos is is not on the Senate may as well be is in a Clinton war room. What do you mean? That's because he's an ABC means he's not a Democrat. Operative. Spare me Finally here. Josh Hawley, Josh Holly senator from his set of pipes. This guy has a set of pipes. Have you heard Josh Holly? He's got A superb voice in my home state. And he's talking to Judge Barrett. Ah, hypothetical question A hunter Biden, who is in the news big time today, hypothetically, speaking just hypothetically, If there were let's say a vice president of the United States who hypothetically had an adult son, who, hypothetically work for a foreign oligarch who then sold access to his father, the vice president. And his father than intervened in a case to make sure that that oligarch wasn't prosecuted. Hypothetically, would that violate with that constitute the kind of foreign corruption that the Constitution's concerned about? Can't answer hypotheticals. Well, I thought you might say that on glad you don't and won't Because who knows that case? I may come before you in that case make coming for. So what case is this? Well. The New York Post has an exclusive Smoking gun email reveals how Hunter Biden introduced Ukranian businessman to his dad. Hunter. Biden introduced his father, Joe Biden, to a top executive in the Ukrainian energy firm less than a year. Before the elder Biden pressured government officials in Ukraine into firing the prosecutor. Who was investigating the company. This, according to emails obtained by the post. Fascinating away, they came across thes e mails. These e mails were on a discarded Mac book Pro Get to that in just seconds. The never before revealed meeting is mentioned in a message of appreciation. That Vadym Czarsky, an advisor to the board of Dorismond, that's the energy company, hundreds in the world for Allegedly sent Hunter Biden. A message April 17th 2015. It's about a year after Hunter Biden joined the Barisan aboard and a salary of 50 grand a month. The email reads Deer hunter. Thank you for inviting me to Washington and giving an opportunity to meet your father, the vice president and to spend some time together. It's really an honor and a pleasure. An earlier email from May of 2014 also shows that Pisarski Reportedly Barisan is Number three exact asks Hunter for advice on how you can use your influence on the company's behalf. Now the blockbuster correspondence, which flies in the face. Of Joe Biden's claim that he's never spoken to his son. About his overseas business dealings is contained in a massive trove of data. Recovered from a laptop computer and get this The laptop computer. It's AH, it's a Mac book Pro Of was dropped off at a repair shop. In Biden's home state of Delaware in April, 2019 According to the store's owner. Somebody dropped it off and left it there. Nobody ever came back for it. It needed some repairs. Other material extracted from the computer. Includes a raunchy cz 12 minute video that appears to show Hunter Biden Smoking crack. While engaged in a sex act. With an unidentified woman. As well as numerous other sexually explicit images. Less than eight months after Pisarski thanked Hunter Biden for the introduction to his dad. Then Vice President Biden. Admittedly, this is the story he brags about telling Council on foreign relations. Pressured the Ukrainian president, who at the time was named petrol Poroshenko. He pressured Poroshenko on the Prime minister, Arseniy Yatsenyuk. Into getting rid of the prosecutor, Victor Shokhin. By threatening to withhold a billion dollar US loan guarantee during a December 2015 trip to Kiev. The computer has all the evidence now we I actually don't need that because Biden has bragged about it in the stories about what he's told it say that Council on foreign relations. I went through them yesterday. And here is part of what he said at the Council on Foreign Relations. In December, 2015 years in Kiev. I looked at them and I said, I'm leaving in six hours. If then, prosecutor is not fired. You're not getting the billion dollars Biden was bragging to the Council on Foreign Relations. 2018 invite insensible son of a bitch. He got fired. Victor Schulken has said that at the time of his firing march of 2016 He'd made specific plans to investigate Dorismond. That included interrogation, Tze and other crime investigation procedures in tow, all members of the Barisan MMA Executive board, including Hunter Biden. So Joe Biden got that prosecution shut down. He got the prosecution of his son shut down and then bragged about it. They tried to impeach Donald Trump. For having a phone call with the new president of Ukraine, asking for details on this investigation. That's when all these whistleblowers came from Why? We've never heard anything like this. The tenant, Colonel. Oh, can you thie Vendor Min and the like. So not only weren't was biting bragging about protecting his son he was bragging about protecting Bere Esma. Oh, yeah, I just saw the clock. I'm sorry. I know closer to the election More you need rush on the B network. Alabama's most listened to news and talk station news, Radio 1055 w E. R C and transport us back.

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"judge barrett ah" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"judge barrett ah" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Ban contraception? George, This is an unusual topic that Eurasian states have a right to ban contraception. I can't imagine the state banning contraception. He wouldn't give up on it. He kept asking the question over and over. He wanted Romney. To give an answer. All Romney headed was given its all didn't matter what the answer was just given an answer than they could they could run off. Romney know on contraception. Romney states have right demand countries run the states, so they're coming up. Now they're pulling tricks out of the hat. That they have utilized before. What Stephanopoulos is is not on the Senate may as well be is in a Clinton war room. What do you mean? Because he's an ABC means he's not a Democrat. Operative. Spare me. Finally here, Josh Holly, Josh Holly Senator from a set of pipes. This guy has a set of pipes. Have you heard Josh Holly? He's got A superb voice in my home state. And he's talking to Judge Barrett. Ah, hypothetical question. Hunter Biden, who is in the news big time today, hypothetically, speaking just hypothetically, If there were let's say advice president of United States who hypothetically had an adult son, who, hypothetically work for a foreign oligarch who then sold access to his father, the vice president. And his father than intervened in a case to make sure that that oligarch wasn't prosecuted. Hypothetically, would that violate with that constitute the kind of foreign corruption that the Constitution's concerned about? Can't answer. Hypotheticals? Well, I thought you might say that on glad you don't and won't because who knows that case? I may come before you? Yeah. Turn that case make coming for. So what case is this? Well. The New York Post has an exclusive Smoking gun email reveals how Hunter Biden introduced Ukranian businessman to his dad. Hunter. Biden introduced his father, Joe Biden, to a top executive in the Ukrainian energy firm less than a year. Before the elder Biden pressured government officials in Ukraine into firing the prosecutor. Who was investigating the company this, according to emails obtained by the post. Fascinating away. They came across these emails. These e mails were on a discarded Mac book Pro Get to that in just seconds. The never before revealed meeting is mentioned in a message of appreciation. That Vadym Czarsky, an advisor to the board of Dorismond, that's the energy company, 100 by Lord for Allegedly sent Hunter Biden a message April 17th 2015. It's about a year after Hunter Biden joined the Barisan aboard. At a salary of 50 grand a month. The email reads Deer hunter. Thank you for inviting me to Washington and giving an opportunity to meet your father, the vice president and to spend some time together. It's really an honor and a pleasure. An earlier email from May of 2014 also shows that PA's are sticky. Reportedly Barisan. His number three exact asks Hunter for advice on how you can use your influence on the company's behalf. Now the blockbuster correspondence, which flies in the face. Of Joe Biden's claim that he's never spoken to his son. About his overseas business dealings is contained in a massive trove of data recovered from a laptop computer and get this The laptop computer. It's AH, it's a Mac book Pro The above was dropped off at a repair shop. In Biden's home state of Delaware in April, 2019 According to the store's owner. Somebody dropped it off and left it there. Nobody ever came back for it. It needed some repairs. Other material extracted from the computer. Includes a raunchy cz 12 minute video that appears to show Hunter Biden Smoking crack. While engaged in a sex act. With an unidentified woman. As well as numerous other sexually explicit images. Less than eight months after Pisarski thanked Hunter Biden for the introduction to his dad. Then Vice President Biden. Admittedly, this is the story he brags about telling Council on foreign relations. Pressured the Ukrainian president, who at the time was named Petro Poroshenko. He pressured Poroshenko on the Prime minister, Arseniy Yatsenyuk. Into getting rid of the prosecutor, Victor Shokhin. By threatening to withhold a billion dollar US loan guarantee during a December 2015 trip to Kiev. The computer has all the evidence now we actually don't need that because Biden has bragged about it in the stories about what he's told it, say the Council on foreign Relations and went through them yesterday. And here is part of what he said at the Council on Foreign Relations. In December, 2015 years in Kiev. I looked at them and I said, I'm leaving in six hours. If then, prosecutor is not fired. You're not getting the billion dollars Biden was bragging to the Council on Foreign Relations. 2018, then biting says, Well, son of a bitch. He got fired. Victor Schulken has said that at the time of his firing March, 2016 He'd made specific plans to investigate charisma. That included interrogation, Tze and other crime investigation procedures in tow. All members of the barbarism a executive board, including Hunter Biden, So Joe Biden got that prosecution shut down. He got the prosecution of his son shut down and then bragged about it. They tried to impeach Donald Trump. For having a phone call with the new president of Ukraine, asking for details on this investigation. That's when all these whistleblowers came from Why? We've never heard anything like this. You know what? Tenet? Colonel? Oh ho, Can you thie Venda min and the like. So not only were was biting bragging about protecting his son. He was bragging about protecting Bere Esma. Oh, yeah, I just saw the clock. I'm sorry. I look closer to the election More you need rush on the I be network news radio, 6, 10 and w y o dot com home movies..

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"judge barrett ah" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"judge barrett ah" Discussed on 600 WREC

"2012 Manchester, New Hampshire. Safe and sound College live on ABC. The Republican candidates for president were debating. During a segment. No. There was no segment on contraception during a surprise shock out of nowhere question on contraception, George Stephanopoulos. And Mitt Romney had this little Do you believe that states have the right to ban contraception? George, This is an unusual topic that Eurasian states have a right to ban contraception. I can't imagine the state banning contraception. He wouldn't give up on it. He kept asking the question over and over. He wanted Romney. To give an answer. All Romney headed. It was given its all didn't matter what the answer was just given an answer than they could they could run off. Romney know on contraception. Romney states have right demand country run these states. So they're coming up. Now they're pulling tricks out of a hat. That they have utilized before. What Stephanopoulos is is not on the Senate may as well be is in a Clinton war room. What do you mean? Because he's an ABC means he's not a Democrat. Operative. Spare me. Finally here, Josh Hawley, Josh Holly Senator from his set of pipes. This guy has a set of pipes. Have you heard Josh Holly? He's got A superb voice in my home state. And he's talking to Judge Barrett. Ah, hypothetical question. Hunter Biden, who is in the news big time today, hypothetically, speaking just hypothetically, If there were let's say a vice president of the United States who hypothetically had an adult son who, hypothetically worked for a foreign oligarch who then sold access to his father, the vice president. And his father than intervened in a case to make sure that that oligarch wasn't prosecuted. Hypothetically, would that violate with that constitute the kind of foreign corruption that the Constitution's concerned about? Can't answer. Hypotheticals? Well, I thought you might say that on glad you don't and won't because who knows that case? I may come before you. Turn that case make coming for. So what case is this? Well. The New York Post has an exclusive Smoking gun email reveals how Hunter Biden introduced Ukranian businessman to his dad. Hunter. Biden introduced his father, Joe Biden, to a top executive in the Ukrainian energy firm less than a year. Before the elder Biden pressured government officials in Ukraine into firing the prosecutor. Who was investigating the company. This, according to emails obtained by the post. Fascinating away, they came across thes e mails. These e mails were on a discarded Mac book Pro Get to that in just seconds. The never before revealed meeting is mentioned in a message of appreciation. That Vadym Czarsky and advisor to the board of Dorismond. That's the energy company 100 by Lord for Allegedly sent Hunter Biden. A message April 17th 2015. It's about a year after Hunter Biden joined the Barisan aboard at a salary of 50 grand a month. The email reads Deer hunter. Thank you for inviting me to Washington and giving an opportunity to meet your father, the vice president and to spend some time together. It's really an honor and a pleasure. An earlier email from May of 2014 also shows that PA's are sticky. Reportedly Barisan is Number three exact asks Hunter for advice on how you can use your influence on the company's behalf. Now the blockbuster correspondence, which flies in the face. Of Joe Biden's claim that he's never spoken to his son. About his overseas business dealings is contained in a massive trove of data. Recovered from a laptop computer and get this The laptop computer. It's AH, it's a Mac book Pro Of a member of above was dropped off at a repair shop. In Biden's home state of Delaware in April, 2019 According to the store's owner. Somebody dropped it off and left it there. Nobody ever came back for it. I needed some repairs. Other material extracted from the computer. Includes a raunchy cz 12 minute video that appears to show Hunter Biden Smoking crack. While engaged in a sex act. With an unidentified woman. As well as numerous other sexually explicit images. Less than eight months after Pisarski thanked Hunter Biden for the introduction to his dad. Then Vice President Biden. Admittedly, this is the story he brags about telling Council on foreign relations. Pressured the Ukrainian president, who at the time was named Petro Poroshenko. He pressured Poroshenko on the Prime minister, Arseniy Yatsenyuk. Into getting rid of the prosecutor, Victor Schulken. By threatening to withhold a billion dollar US loan guarantee during a December 2015 trip to Kiev. The computer has all the evidence now we I actually don't need that because Biden has bragged about it in the stories about what he's told it, say that Council on foreign relations and went through them yesterday. And here is part of what he said at the Council on Foreign Relations. In December, 2015 years in Kiev. I looked at them and I said, I'm leaving in six hours. If then, prosecutor is not fired. You're not getting the billion dollars Biden was bragging to the Council on Foreign Relations, 2018 inviting says Well, son of a bitch. He got fired. Victor Schulken has said that at the time of his firing march of 2016 He'd made specific plans to investigate Dorismond. That included interrogation, Tze and other crime investigation procedures in tow. All members of the barbarism a executive board, including Hunter Biden, So Joe Biden got that prosecution shut down. He got the prosecution of his son shut down and then bragged about it. They tried to impeach Donald Trump. For having a phone call with the new president of Ukraine, asking for details on this investigation. That's when all these whistleblowers came from Why? We've never heard anything like this. You know what tenant Colonel? Oh, can you thie Venda min and the like. So not only were was biting bragging about protecting his son. He was bragging about protecting Bere Esma. Oh, yeah, I just saw the clock. I'm sorry Election.

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"judge barrett ah" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"judge barrett ah" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The US Supreme Court confirmation hearing continues with analysis on public radio 88.5 FM in San Francisco and 89.3 of them in Sacramento. Speak to what the president has said on Twitter. So I can't offer an opinion on recusal without short circuiting that entire process. I really can't say anything more than I'm not going to answer hypotheticals. Pretty impressive Ron Elving, let's That's the discipline and really when we think about the the substantial and consequential appointments made by Ronald Reagan, including at Min Scalia, Anthony Kennedy. It was in some respects more consequential. The one appointment Amane, who was rejected by the committee and then by the full Senate, and that was Robert Bork. He set this thing on fire and his brother recovered. Let me just come up to say we're listening to gavel to gavel coverage of the Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Judge Jamie Cockney Barrett Thie committee is currently taking a luncheon break. I'm Scott Simon joined today by a great panel of reporters, analysts, including Ron Elving, whom I just interrupted. I think I'd already made my point, though, Scott, So thank you. Okay. Susan Susan Davis congressional correspondent. Thanks very much for being with us. Remind us of the case that's coming up for the affordable care act, the timing and the substance of it and why it seems so much at the heart of these hearings. Well in just days after the election, the Supreme Court is scheduled to take up a challenge to the Affordable Care act brought by the Trump administration that At least Democrats will argue in these proceedings threatens to undermine the entire law. Republicans in the Senate, in particular, have been pushing back on that this week, saying it could be much more of a narrow decision. I'll leave Nina to speak to the legal specifics of it, but the politics air here are pretty clear. Healthcare has been the winning, if not the winningest issue for Democrats in elections for the past decade, certainly in the 2018 midterm elections and the timing of this nomination fight, certainly the politics of the decision to move forward with it before the election and the consequences for how it could shift the court. R, really, I would say, energizing and seeing levels of enthusiasm among Democratic voters when it comes to the Supreme Court that we just traditionally don't see Normally, that level of excitement over Supreme Court nominees and judicial voting has happened on the right among conservatives, and I think that the cabin all proceedings in the politics that came out of that. Really change that equation. And I think that Democrats almost repeatedly every single Democrat almost to the one going back to the what's at stake at this affordable care act. I think you know, they know they're not going to change any minds in the room, but I think that they're trying to speak to the audience in the country right now. That's paying attention to this and Many people in this country are angry that this proceeding is going forward before the election that there is some hypocrisy here among Republicans who you know, held open the Merrick Garland seat for months and months until after an election and yet are moving at a very rapid pace to get her. On the court before this election, and, you know, I think that she's proven to be a qualified justice in the course of these proceedings. If anything, I think that she's on a glide path for confirmation. But how the process will be viewed that got her. There is going to be something that we're going to debate about in politics for many years to come. NPR justice correspondent Carrie Johnson. His own is also along with us this afternoon. Carrie, thanks for joining us. And remind us again. The court the case that's coming to the court. It's California v. Texas, right. That's right, Scott. This is the third time the Supreme Court will have heard a challenge to the Affordable Care act, also known as Obama Care. And here in this California v Texas case, it was brought by Republican attorneys general from several states. It's basically seeking to invalidate not just the mandate the requirement that you have to have a panel that you have to pay a penalty. If you don't have insurance, but the entire affordable care act and President Trump's Justice Department has joined in in support of that argument, even though President Trump has been campaigning on healthcare and saying he will not harm people with preexisting conditions. His Justice Department is actually in court, not November, 10th arguing, siding with his Republican attorneys general. This issue has become a heated point of debate throughout these three days of confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. Of course, Nina Totenberg. If we could bring you back, I learned from a Great Supreme Court reporter. I believe Yu. Um ah, A Supreme Court justice, nominated by a specific party is ah, ultimately on their own. They can make decisions, and we could. We could put together a list of people who've been appointed by various presidents and then disappointed them. As you read. If I may the tea leaves in the testimony so far from Judge Barrett. Ah, do you see marks of independence, independent judgment that could surprise Some people who will probably cast votes to confirm You know, I think that Supreme Court justices always surprise on occasion just to give you an example. There is one justice on the current Supreme Court who is really interested. In Native American rights and has voted consistently on the side of Native Americans in those cases, and that is Justice Neil Gorsuch. And I would say that you might have gotten some hints of that in his lower court opinions, But it certainly wasn't a subject that Democrats explored with him at all. And you might have thought that they might When he was up for confirmation. But there are different brands of conservatives and there are much there are traditional conservatives who are quite deferential to legislative judgments. But as I've said to you before One justice is legislative judgment is another justice is unconstitutional statute. So I mean, certainly the Voting Rights Act was passed by overwhelming majorities in Congress. I mean with, I think the opponents of the act being in the single or double digits. Double digits, perhaps in the house, But in the single digits in the Senate, something like that..

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"judge barrett ah" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"judge barrett ah" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"There is one right path before us. It does right by the Judiciary Senate yet unnamed nominee and the American people, it is a fair hearing a fair process and a fair vote. Here's how the Republican leader described the Senate role in confirming Supreme Court justices. He actually said quote, we have an obligation under the Constitution to consider a Supreme Court justice should we choose to take it? Vantage of it. Did you catch that? Did you catch that Madam President? It's an obligation, but on ly if the Republican leader chooses to take advantage of it, so I see when there's a Democratic president. It's one of those obligations. You don't have to take advantage of despair. You study the history of nominations who's got the history right on Election year nominations. Well, you could argue it. Lots of different ways and politicians. Being hypocrites on both sides is nothing new. Either. You talked about a little bit of the statistics to go more broadly, which party controls the Senate, and the White House is the whole ball game here. I mean, that's maybe obvious, but it's a really difference. Historically, I'll get the election year in a second, but overall Counting all of those 163 nominations that we've had before Judge Barrett. Ah, if the same party controls the Senate, the White House confirmation writes about 90% If they're different party of parties and 50 below 60, and that difference is even more accentuated an election year for election. Your vacancies of which this is the 30th 19 of them have been during United Government and 17 of the 19 have resulted in confirmations. One of the ones that didn't was a technicality with Georgia. Ashington withdrawing and then re submitting the nomination in the new Senate and back are confirmed on with divided government on Ly, One of 10 have gotten confirmed. That was the last time that's happened in us in 18 88. So you could argue that it's you know, that's the major principle. And Mitch McConnell has been making that point. You could argue that that's a distinction without a difference at the end of the day. These are political arguments. There's nothing in the law about it. It's just saying, you know, making your case to voters that this is the kind of judge We want and the people elected us or we're gonna pass it or you let the people have their say attend of the day thes air. Political arguments of the voters will have to ultimately weigh in on during upcoming nomination hearings. People will be hearing certain number of phrases regarding the nominee and you referred to a couple of them Text Willis and Originalists. Are they synonyms for the same thing? Originalist generally applies to constitutional interpretation and textual is to statutory they're similar. Beyond that, Ah, except that the constitutional reputation often takes part in a greater historical time on DH, So it's harder to get at what the original public meaning a term is is used of of that tax might might mean And so we look at contemporary dictionaries and news accounts how the language is used to understand what equal protection might mean or what interstate commerce might mean. For textual is, um it's more modern statutes. So it's you know, with the languages is very similar to what we use, if not exactly the same. And so it's more of trying to parse it together in context, and they may also hear questions about the phrase natural law because it comes up with some recent confirmation hearings. What does that concept mean? This came up a fair bit. With Clarence Thomas's confirmation hearing nearly 30 years ago on it's the idea that there's a Underlying principle or substance to the law. Natural rights sometimes eyes invoked as well. The rights that we have in nature before any human government is form that we know that we're inalienable rights that were given by our creator, in the words of the Declaration of Independence, and so the natural law is kind of the background on which we legislator on which the Constitution exists. That kind kind of Fill in the gaps if you will of the dry tax If confirmed, Judge Amy Cockney Barrett would be the fifth female to serve on the Supreme Court. But the sixth nominated Harriet Myers earlier failed. What was the reason for that failure. She was considered not up to the job. At the end of the day, she had some trouble and meetings with senators on DH, then in the so called murder boards. That's when the nominees practice with White House. And Justice Department officials for the confirmation hearings and never having been an academic or a judge or a constitutional lawyer. She was in private practice and ah, close to George W. Bush, his personal lawyer and then his lawyer. When he was the governor and then White House counsel. Eso was not did not have the same sort of background as most modern Supreme Court nominees do. And so at a certain point, the Bush White House felt that she wasn't up to the job and And the older on C SPAN radio. This is Q and day. Our guest this week is Alia Shapiro on his book Supreme Disorder. As you and I were talking this morning, Judge Verret is beginning her one on one meetings with interested senators. And in your book, you tell a number of stories about how important that personal quotient. The introduction to individual center senators was for certain nominations with a such a divided Congress. Do they still matter as much? Probably. Less, especially given that the Republicans seem tohave the votes to confirm unless something comes out of left field between now and the eventual vote. So maybe with the more moderate Democrats if if if she can charm them, and she is very graceful on DH, Charming, So maybe that would give Ah a little bit of bipartisan cover, perhaps, but at the end of day in this.

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NewsRadio WIOD

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"judge barrett ah" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Not how it works, Joe. He was already duly elected. Well, the book couldn't be any more timely and Ted Cruz is with us. He's now just released Just this week, a brand new book, the Supreme Court. Is only one vote away from a racing constitutional freedoms. It's called one vote away. How a single Supreme Court see Khun Change history Senator Welcome to the program. I understand you met with Amy Cockney Barrett yesterday, Sean, It's It's It's great to be with you, I I did I sat down with Judge Barrett yesterday had had a very good meetings about 45 minutes in the capital with her and I will say she is very, very impressive. We all know about her impeccable credentials, first in the class that Notre Dame law school Law clerk to Justice Scalia law professor Notre Dame for 20 years, one of the most respected federal appellate judges in the country, But but I'll tell you personally, What I found most impressive was was her temperament. Her temperament was was comet was cool it was collected. It's very scholarly and academic is very much a judicial temperament and, you know, you think about Her life. A month ago. She she was living a fairly quiet life is a law professor and judge in Indiana. She has seven kids. She was a mom. And and now she's in the maelstrom of of Democrats and the attack machine trying to destroy her trying to destroy her family, slurring her, dragging her through the mud. And and I was very impressed by the calm and strength that she had. I think she's going to perform exceptionally well in the confirmation hearing. Let's talk about you know, look, you know it's It's very funny because You know, before you were a senator, you argued before the Supreme Court before you argued before the Supreme Court. You will one of Alan Dershowitz, his favorite students and one of the smartest students and he said that to me numerous times, but you agree, really not very much politically. This is your passion. This is your love. Now we find ourselves. I mean, you had no idea they'd be a vacancy on the Supreme Court the week of your release yearbook or the week before. You know, I did not. I wrote the book this spring in the summer, and it was during the whole coded lock down where I was working from home. And so I just sat in my living room with my laptop and wrote it. And and it's the court has been a lifetime passion for me, the Constitution and Bill of Rights and so the way the book is structured, each chapter addresses a different constitutional liberty. And so there's a chapter on free speech. There's a chapter on religious liberty. This chapter on the Second Amendment. There's a chapter on U. S sovereignty that there's a chapter on democracy and elections and Bush versus Gore and and what I do in each of them is really tell war stories from cases that I litigated big landmark cases of the court. Virtually all obliterate our 5 to 4, which means we're one vote away from losing our core liberties and I try to take people behind the scenes behind the curtain understand the justices. And who they are now you're right. I had no idea we'd have a vacancy now, but but I didn't know We had an election coming in November. And I think this is the most important issue in the election that we have a president. Who will appoint justices who will preserve the Constitution and Bill of Rights. And now, with the with the vacancy in the judge Barrett Ah nomination and I expect confirmation. It's suddenly the single most pressing issue, I think for everybody. You know, I think it is and you talk about one vote away. What do you think's been going on Your observation? A za relates to John Roberts. It's terrible. What's been going on with John Roberts? He he has been galloping to the left. I think Roberts is the new Sandra Day O'Connor and you know it it I've known Roberts for 25 years. So he was a law clerk to Chief Justice Rehnquist. I was also a law clerk Tio Ren question, So we've known Eachother for a long, long time. He's he's older than I am he clerk before I did, but I think what's going on fundamentally is he hates Donald Trump. Um, I think it is a personal and visceral reaction. It's hard to think of two people. Mohr antithetical Mohr opposite. Then John Roberts and Donald Trump. And but unfortunately, what it was producing in him is he keeps galloping to the left and voting with the liberals on the court in a way that is undermining the rule of law, and I talk about Robert's quite a bit. In the book and his history and you know it his confirmation hearing. He used an example that's become famous, he said. A judge's job is to be like a baseball umpire to call balls and strikes but not to get in the game and John. I think because of his animosity to trump. He has no longer an umpire. He has jumped in the game. He's grabbed a bat and he is swinging with all his might and and and it is emblematic of what's gone wrong at the court. If you look at somebody like Justice Clarence Thomas Oh, I just love and admire so much on DH Samuel Alito's has really come into his own my humble opinion on then you look at the new justices Gorsuch and Cavanaugh..

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"judge barrett ah" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"judge barrett ah" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Not how it works, Joe. He was already duly elected. Ah, well, the book couldn't be any more timely and Ted Cruz is with us. He's now just released Just this week, a brand new book, the Supreme Court. Is only one vote away from a racing constitutional freedoms. It's called one vote away. How a single Supreme Court seat can change history. Senator Welcome to the program. I understand you met with Amy Cockney Barrett yesterday, Sean, It's It's It's great to be with you, I I did I sat down with Judge Barrett yesterday had had a very good meeting in about 45 minutes of the capital with her and I will say she is very, very impressive. We all know about her impeccable credentials, first in the class at Notre Dame law School. Law clerk to Justice Scalia law professor Notre Dame for 20 years, one of the most respected federal appellate judges in the country, But but I'll tell you personally, What I found most impressive was was her temperament. Her temperament was was comet was cool. It was collected. It's very Scholarly and academic is very much a judicial temperament and, you know, you think about Her life. A month ago. She was living a fairly quiet life is a law professor and judge in Indiana. She has seven kids. She was a mom. And now she's In the maelstrom of of Democrats and the attack machine, trying to destroy her trying to destroy her family, slurring her, dragging her through the mud and and I was very impressed by the calm and strength that she had. I think she's going to perform exceptionally well in the confirmation hearing. Let's talk about, you know, look, you know, it's It's very funny, because you know before you were a senator, you argued before the Supreme Court before you argued before the Supreme Court, you'll one of Alan Dershowitz, his favorite students and eat by one of the smartest students, and he said that to me numerous times, but you agree really, not very much politically. This is your passion. This is your love. Now we find ourselves. I mean, you had no idea there'd be a vacancy on the Supreme Court the week of your release yearbook or the week before. You know, I did not. I wrote the book this this spring in the summer, and it was during the whole Covad locked down where I was working from home And so I just sat in my living room with my laptop and wrote it. And and it's the court has been a lifetime passion for me, the Constitution and Bill of Rights and so the way the book is structured, each chapter addresses a different constitutional liberty. And so there's a chapter on free speech. There's a chapter on religious liberty. This chapter on the Second Amendment. There's a chapter on U. S sovereignty that there's a chapter on democracy and elections and Bush versus Gore and and what I do in each of them is really tell war stories from cases that I litigated big landmark cases of the court. Virtually all obliterate our 5 to 4, which means we're one vote away from losing our core liberties and I try to take people behind the scenes behind the curtain understand the justices. And who they are now. You're right. I had no idea we'd have a vacancy now, but but I didn't know We had an election coming in November. And I think this is the most important issue in the election that we have a president. You will appoint justices who will preserve the Constitution and Bill of Rights and and now, with the with the vacancy in the Judge Barrett Ah nomination and I expect confirmation. It's suddenly the single most pressing issue. I think for everybody. You know, I think it is and you talk about one vote away. What do you think's been going on Your observation? A za relates to John Roberts. It's terrible. What's been going on with John Roberts? He he has been galloping to the left. I think Roberts is the New Sandra Day O'Connor and You know it it I've known Roberts for 25 years. So he was a law clerk to Chief Justice Rehnquist. I was also a law clerk, Tio Rehnquist. So we've known each other For a long, long time. He's he's older than I am he clerk before I did, but I think what's going on fundamentally is he hates Donald Trump. Um, I I think it is a personal and visceral reaction. It's hard to think of two people. Mohr antithetical more opposite. Then John Roberts and Donald Trump. And but unfortunately, what it was producing in him is he keeps galloping to the left and voting with the liberals on the court in a way that is undermining The rule of law, and I talk about Robert's quite a bit in the book and his history and you know it his confirmation hearing he used an example that's become famous, he said. A judge's job Is to be like a baseball umpire to call balls and strikes but not to get in the game and John. I think because of his animosity to trump, he has no longer an umpire. He has jumped in the game. He's grabbed a bat and he is swinging with all his might and and and it is emblematic of what's gone wrong at the court. If you look at somebody like Justice Clarence Thomas Oh, I just love and admire so much on DH Samuel Alito's has really come into his own my humble opinion. Aah! And then you look at the new justices Gorsuch and Cavanaugh. What do your early thoughts on both of them? Well, I agree with you that that Thomas and Alito are giants. Their extraordinary justice is ah. Gorsuch and Cavanaugh. It's too early to tell on DH. Usually, you could measure justices tenure in decades and not just a year or two. I think there are warning signs with both of them and and I've got really concerns. Um, for both of those vacancies, I urged the president. Actually, I urged the president to nominate Mike Lee, who I think would be the best choice and I are most publicly and privately urged the president do, too, that he made a different choice. Um I worry about. You know, the the entire final chapter of my book actually focuses on Supreme Court nominees and how to get him right and how to get how we get him wrong. The Democrats always get this right. I was just going to say Democrats never get it wrong, Senator now, not one time they always get what they want. Because what happens It is with other nominees..

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05:33 min | 1 year ago

"judge barrett ah" Discussed on WTVN

"Pick that nominee. It's not how it works, Joe. He was already duly elected. Well, the book couldn't be any more timely and Ted Cruz is with us. He's now just released Just this week, a brand new book, the Supreme Court. Eyes, only one vote away from a racing constitutional freedoms. It's called one vote away. How a single Supreme Court seat can change history. Senator Welcome to the program. I understand you met with Amy Cockney Barrett yesterday, Sean, It's It's It's great to be with you. I did. I sat down with Judge Barrett yesterday had had a very good meeting about 45 minutes of the capital with her and I will say she is very, very impressive. We all know about her impeccable credentials, first in the class that Notre Dame law school Law clerk to Justice Scalia law professor Notre Dame for 20 years, one of the most respected federal appellate judges in the country, But but I'll tell you personally, What I found most impressive was was her temperament. Her temperament was was calm. It was cool. It was collected. It's very Scholarly and academic is very much a judicial temperament and, you know, you think about Her life a month ago. She she was living a fairly quiet life is a law professor and judge in Indiana. She has seven kids. She was a mom. And now she's in the mail from of of Democrats and the attack machine, trying to destroy her trying to destroy her family, slurring her, dragging her through the mud. And and I was very impressed by the calm and strength that she had. I think she's going to perform exceptionally well in the confirmation hearings. Let's talk about, you know, look, you know it's It's very funny because You know, before you were a senator, you argued before the Supreme Court before you argued before the Supreme Court. You will one of Alan Dershowitz, his favorite students and eat by one of the smartest students, And he said that to me numerous times, but you agree, really not very much politically. This is your passion. This is your love. Now we find ourselves. I mean, you had no idea they'd be a vacancy on the Supreme Court the week of your release yearbook or the week before. You know, I did not. I wrote the book this this spring in the summer, and it was during the whole coded lock down where I was working from home. And so I just sat in my living room with my laptop and wrote it. And and it's the court has been a lifetime passion for me, the Constitution and Bill of Rights and so the way the book is structured, each chapter addresses a different constitutional liberty. And so there's a chapter on free speech. There's a chapter on religious liberty this chapter on the Second Amendment. There's a chapter on U. S sovereignty that there's a chapter on Democracy in elections and Bush versus Gore, and and what I do in each of them is really tell war stories from cases that I litigated big landmark cases of the court. Virtually all obliterate our 5 to 4, which means we're one vote away from losing our core liberties and I try to take people behind the scenes behind the curtain understand the justices and who they are now. You're right. I had no idea we'd have a vacancy now, but but I didn't know We had an election coming in November. And I think this is the most important issue in the election that we have a president. Who will appoint justices who will preserve the Constitution and Bill of Rights. And and now with the with the vacancy in the judge Barrett Ah, nomination and I expect confirmation the if suddenly the single most pressing issue, I think for everybody You know, I think it is and you talk about one vote away. What do you think's been going on Your observation? A za relates to John Roberts. It's terrible. What's been going on with John Roberts? He he has been galloping to the left. I think Roberts is the New Sandra Day O'Connor and You know it it I've known Roberts for 25 years. So he was a law clerk to Chief Justice Rehnquist. I was also a law clerk. Tio rang questions. So we've known each other For a long, long time. He's he's older than I am he clerk before I did, but I think what's going on fundamentally is he hates Donald Trump. Um, I I think it is a personal and visceral reaction. It's hard to think of two people. Mohr antithetical Mohr opposite. Then John Roberts and Donald Trump. And but unfortunately, what it was producing in him is he keeps galloping to the left and voting with the liberals on the court in a way that is undermining The rule of law, and I talk about Robert's quite a bit in the book and his history and you know it his confirmation hearing he used an example that's become famous, he said. A judge's job Is to be like a baseball umpire to call balls and strikes but not to get in the game and John. I think because of his animosity to trump, he has no longer an umpire. He has jumped in the game. He's grabbed a bat and he is swinging with all his might and and and it is emblematic of what's gone wrong at the court. If you look at somebody like Justice Clarence Thomas, I just love and admire so much on DH Samuel Alito's has really come into his own my humble opinion on then you look at the new justices Gorsuch and Cavanaugh..

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"judge barrett ah" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"judge barrett ah" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Was already duly elected. Well, the book couldn't be any more timely and Ted Cruz is with us. He's now just released Just this week, a brand new book, the Supreme Court. Is only one vote away from a racing constitutional freedoms. It's called one vote away. How a single Supreme Court seat can change history. Senator Welcome to the program. I understand you met with Amy Cockney Barrett yesterday, Sean, It's It's great to be with you. I did. I sat down with Judge Barrett yesterday had had a very good meeting about 45 minutes of the capital with her and I will say she is very, very impressive. We all know about her impeccable credentials, first in the class that noted a law school. Law clerk to Justice Scalia law professor Notre Dame for 20 years, one of the most respected federal appellate judges in the country, But but I'll tell you personally, What I found most impressive was was her temperament. Her temperament was was comet was cool. It was collected. It's very Scholarly and academic is very much a judicial temperament and, you know, you think about Her life a month ago, she was living a fairly quiet life is a law professor and judge in Indiana. She has seven kids. She was a mom. And now she's In the maelstrom of of Democrats and the attack machine, trying to destroy her trying to destroy her family, slurring her, dragging her through the mud and and I was very impressed by the calm and strength that she had. I think she's gonna perform exceptionally well in the confirmation hearings. Let's talk about, you know, look, you know, it's It's very funny because You know, before you were a senator, you argued before the Supreme Court before you argued before the Supreme Court, you'll one of Alan Dershowitz, his favorite students, and when one of the smartest students and he said that to me numerous times, But you agree, really, not very much politically. This is your passion. This is your love. Now we find ourselves. I mean, you had no idea that be a vacancy on the Supreme Court the week of your release yearbook or the week before you know, I did not. I wrote the book this this spring in the summer, and it was during the whole coded lock down where I was working from home. And so I just sat in my living room with my laptop and wrote it. And and it's the court has been a lifetime passion for me, the Constitution and Bill of Rights and so the way the book is structured, each chapter addresses a different constitutional liberty. And so there's a chapter on free speech is a chapter on religious liberty. This chapter on the Second Amendment. There's a chapter on U. S sovereignty that there's a chapter on democracy and elections and Bush versus Gore and and what I do in each of them is really tell war stories from cases that I litigated big landmark cases of the court virtually all obliterate our 5 to 4. Which means we're one vote away from losing our core liberties and I try to take people behind the scenes behind the curtain understand the justices. And who they are now you're right. I have no idea. We have a vacancy now, but but I didn't know we had an election coming in November. And I think this is the most important issue in the election that we have a president who will appoint justices who will preserve the Constitution and Bill of Rights and and now, with the with the vacancy in the Judge Barrett Ah nomination and I expect confirmation the it's suddenly the single most pressing issue, I think for everybody. You know, I think it is and you talk about one vote away. What do you think's been going on Your observation? A za relates to John Roberts. It's terrible. What's been going on with John Roberts? He he has been galloping to the left. I think Roberts is the New Sandra Day O'Connor and You know, I've known Roberts for 25 years. So he was a law clerk to Chief Justice Rehnquist. I was also a law clerk, Tio Rehnquist. So we've known each other For a long, long time. He's he's older than I am he clerk before I did, but I think what's going on fundamentally is he hates Donald Trump. I think it is a personal and visceral reaction. It's hard to think of two people. Mohr antithetical Mohr opposite. Then John Roberts and Donald Trump. And but unfortunately, what it was producing in him is he keeps galloping to the left and voting with the liberals on the court in a way that is undermining the rule of law, and I talk about Robert's quite a bit. In the book and his history. You know, you know what? His confirmation hearing he used an example that's become famous, he said. A judge's job is to be like a baseball umpire to call balls and strikes but not to get in the game and John. I think because of his animosity to trump. He has no longer an umpire. He has jumped in the game. He's grabbed a bat and he is swinging with all his might and and and it is emblematic of what's gone wrong at the court. If you look at somebody like Justice Clarence Thomas Oh, I just love and admire so much on DH Samuel Alito's has really come into his own my humble opinion on then you look at the new justices Gorsuch and Cavanaugh. What do your early thoughts on both of them? Well, I agree with you that that Thomas and Alito are giants. Their extraordinary justice is, um Gorsuch and Cavanaugh it it's too early to tell on and usually you can measure justices tenure in decades and not just a year or two. I think there are warning signs with both of them and and I've got really concerns. Um, for both of those vacancies, I urged the president. Actually, I desired the president to nominate Mike Lee, who I think would be the best choice and I are most publicly and privately urged the president to do that He made a different choice. Um I worry about. You know, the the entire final chapter of my book actually focuses on Supreme Court nominees and how to get him right and how to get how we get him wrong. The Democrats always get this right. I was going to say Democrats never get it wrong, Senator now, not one time they always get what they want. Because what happens is with other nominees. Republicans, someone goes and says, Well, look, This is a stealth candidate. They have no record that never said a thing Conservative. But trust me deep down. They'll be great, and that only like David Souter that yeah or Sandra Day O'Connor and I agree totally with you. Ted Cruz is with US senator from Texas One vote away. How a single Supreme Court seeking change history. It's on Hannity dot com amazon dot com Now As of this week out in bookstores everywhere on DH, you're right about one vote away from a racing constitutional freedoms. That is all true, and that's all in play. And in the case of Amy, Cockney Barretto. I like a lot too. What is your take on the election with 33 days away, you know as well as anybody how hard it is for any Republican tto win the presidency because you got you got a pretty much from the table toe win. Yeah. Look, I think the election is incredibly volatile..

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"judge barrett ah" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"judge barrett ah" Discussed on 600 WREC

"That's not how it works, Joe. He was already duly elected. Well, the book couldn't be any more timely and Ted Cruz is with us. He's now just released Just this week, a brand new book, the Supreme Court. Is only one vote away from a racing constitutional freedoms. It's called one vote away. How a single Supreme Court see Khun Change history Senator Welcome to the program. I understand you met with Amy Cockney Barrett yesterday, Sean, It's It's It's great to be with you, I I did I sat down with Judge Barrett yesterday had had a very good meeting about 45 minutes in the capital with her and I will say she is very, very impressive. We all know about her impeccable credentials, first in the class at Notre Dame law School. Law clerk to Justice Scalia law professor Notre Dame for 20 years, one of the most respected federal appellate judges in the country, But but I'll tell you personally, What I found most impressive was was her temperament. Her temperament was was calm. It was cool. It was collected. It's very Scholarly and academic is very much a judicial temperament and, you know, you think about Her life. A month ago. She was living a fairly quiet life is a law professor and judge in Indiana. She has seven kids. She was a mom. And now she's In the maelstrom of of Democrats and the attack machine, trying to destroy her trying to destroy her family, slurring her, dragging her through the mud and and I was very impressed by the calm and strength that she had. I think she's going to perform exceptionally well. In the confirmation hearings. Let's talk about you know, look, you know, it's It's very funny, because you know before you were a senator, you argued before the Supreme Court before you argued before the Supreme Court, you'll one of Alan Dershowitz, his favorite students, and when one of the smartest students and he said that to me numerous times, But you agree really, not very much politically. This is your passion. This is your love. Now we find ourselves. I mean, you had no idea they'd be a vacancy on the Supreme Court the week of your release yearbook or the week before. You know, I did not. I wrote the book this this spring in the summer, and it was during the whole coded lock down where I was working from home. And so I just sat in my living room with my laptop and wrote it. And and it's the court has been a lifetime passion for me, the Constitution and Bill of Rights and so the way the book is structured, each chapter addresses a different constitutional liberty. And so there's a chapter on free speech. There's a chapter on religious liberty this chapter on the Second Amendment. There's a chapter on U. S sovereignty that there's a chapter on Democracy in elections and Bush versus Gore and and what I do in each of them is really tell war stories from cases that I litigated big landmark cases at the court. Virtually all of butchered our 5 to 4, which means we're one vote away from losing our core liberties and I try to take people behind the scenes behind the curtain understand the justices. And who they are now. You're right. I had no idea we'd have a vacancy now, but but I didn't know We had an election coming in November. And I think this is the most important issue in the election that we have a president. You will appoint justices who will preserve the Constitution and Bill of Rights and and now, with the with the vacancy in the Judge Barrett Ah nomination and I expect confirmation. It's suddenly the single most pressing issue. I think for everybody. You know, I think it is and you talk about one vote away. What do you think's been going on Your observation? A za relates to John Roberts. It's terrible. What's been going on with John Roberts? He he has been galloping to the left. I think Roberts is the New Sandra Day O'Connor and You know it it I've known Roberts for 25 years. So he was a law clerk to Chief Justice Rehnquist. I was also a law clerk, Tio Rehnquist. So we've known each other Not for a long, long time. He's he's older than I am he clerk before I did, but I think what's going on fundamentally if he hates Donald Trump, Um I I think it is a personal and visceral reaction. It's hard to think of two people. Mohr antithetical more opposite. Then John Roberts and Donald Trump. And but unfortunately, what it was producing in him is he keeps galloping to the left and voting with the liberals on the court in a way that is undermining The rule of law, and I talk about Robert's quite a bit in the book and his history and you know it his confirmation hearing he used an example that's become famous, he said. A judge's job Is to be like a baseball umpire to call balls and strikes but not to get in the game and John. I think because of his animosity to trump, he has no longer an umpire. He has jumped in the game. He's grabbed a bat and he is swinging with all his might and and and it is emblematic of what's gone wrong at the court. If you look at somebody like Justice Clarence Thomas Oh, I just love and admire so much on DH Samuel Alito's has really come into his own my humble opinion on then you look at the new justices Gorsuch and Cavanaugh..

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"judge barrett ah" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"75 degrees in Boston at 5 30. Good evening. I'm Madison Rogers. And here's what's happening. President Trump announcing Appellate Judge Amy Cockney Barrett is his pick for the Supreme Court president calling Beirut one of our nation's most brilliant and gifted legal mind. That was yesterday evening and today the scramble Has begun. Republicans rushing to confirm Barrett before election Day in less than six weeks. CBS NEWS Political contributor Peter Mayer says Democrats are unhappy about this. They're already Democrats who have served notice that there not even planning to meet with her because they reject the process itself that President Trump has used. They have bitter memories of the way. Of the Senate Majority leader, Mitch McConnell Block Judge Merrick Garland back in February of 2016 months before the election that year, saying that the next president should decide Senate Judiciary Committee is expected to begin four days of hearings for Amy Cockney Barrett on October 12th reaction Coming into the president's election from across the political spectrum, former Massachusetts governor and now Utah Senator Mitt Romney called Judge Barrett Ah highly respected jurist says he looks forward to meeting with her to review her credentials. New Hampshire Senator Maggie Hassan says the nomination should be seen for exactly what it is an attempt to overturn the affordable care. Fact, she strongly opposes the efforts of the president and majority leader, Mitch McConnell to push to approve Judge Barrett rather than work on passing a new covert relief bill. Meanwhile, Senator Elizabeth Warren says Americans can't stand down while the president tries to hand the country's highest port court and the rights and liberties of the people. Over to extremists this morning in New Hampshire, supporters of the president taking to the streets in droves in the form of a vehicle caravan through some traditionally Democratic communities. W B Z is Max Year spoke to the organizer. The streets of New Hampshire were a little extra busy this morning. Honestly, God, we must have had 300 cars. At least it was the craziest thing I've ever seen. Alan Forbes organized the Trump train. The caravan of Flag laden vehicle started in Portsmouth and made their way through all the sea coast in surrounding towns. Because that region tends to vote blue. Forbes knew they might cause a commotion one of the awards The overall most obnoxious award. Another one is the most most likely to make liberals cry award and for the finishing touch they took to the skies I put out to the Facebook group. Does anybody want to pitch in for an airplane, and we raised about 1000 bucks in three hours? That's here. W busy Boston's news radio. Ah Wooster Man is accused of stealing Ah hospital delivery truck and then crashing it into police headquarters. This happened at around 5 A.m. yesterday morning. Police say Lewis Diamond stole the truck from the parking lot of ST Vincent Hospital. We then crashed it into a holding area Police headquarters. He's facing a number of charges, including larceny, vandalism and Aiding a prisoner in police custody coming up in a couple of minutes. Some more help on the way for Boston seniors when it comes to keeping the heat on 5 33, and we go to traffic and weather together. Super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes comes our way from David Stoney. All right. Some new stuff going on out there and Madison going to start with downtown. The lower deck A 93 year all the way back from assembly square to a disabled vehicle. Just inside the O'Neill lever. Connectors. Air moving. Okay. Tobin gets heavy on the loop ramp inbound. The airport tunnels are on time Star westbound sluggish out, too. Before the Longfellow Bridge south of Town Expressway Cell found no big delays yet, but watch for a rightly disabled vehicle That's at the exit for the about the pike Sell in South Station Expressway North bound, you slow aftermath have right through the O'Neill. Roots with three is quite up and down the South shore both ways a 20 for north on light volume Getting by a right wing crashed just at fund for 95 in random, lower into 1 28 93 looking good between the pike in Milton Route one both ways. Seeing a bit of delay getting by the stadium in Foxboro down the Cape Route six westbound heavy two miles through Harwich James again between exit sieve, 76 and Barnstable. We'll come off the brakes hit the brakes again. Just a mile and a half worth getting to the sag. More bridge 28 North, about a little busy approaching the born Rory, the born bridge that is In good shape both ways, David said. Ronnie W. Disease traffic on the.

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"judge barrett ah" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"judge barrett ah" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"73 degrees in Boston at 4 30. Good afternoon. I'm Madison Rogers. And here's what's happening with last In six weeks before Election Day, all eyes are on the Senate. Republicans prepared to fast track the Supreme Court nomination process. A ballot judging Amy Cockney Barry yesterday got the official nomination from the president on with Republican control over the White House and Senate. Outcry from Democrats who fear this could swing the nation's highest court for decades to come. CBS NEWS Khun Political contributor Peter Mayer there already Democrats who have served notice that there not even planning to meet with her because they reject the process itself that President Trump has used They have bitter memories of the way of the Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell blocked Judge Merrick Garland back in February of 2016 months before the election that year, saying that the next president should decide. Sources say. Confirmation hearings for Coney Barrett will began on October 12th. There are some Republicans who have opposed opposition to the process, namely New Hampshire Senator Maggie Hassan, who says the nomination should be seen for exactly what it is an attempt to overturn the affordable care act. And she strongly opposes the efforts of the president and majority leader McConnell to push to approve Judge Barrett rather than work on passing a new relief built Cove in 19, Mass. Vast majority of Republicans, though, are expected to vote to confirm former Massachusetts governor and now Utah Senator Mitt Romney calls Judge Barrett Ah, highly respected jurist, and he looks forward to meeting with her to review her credentials. Huge turnout for a New Hampshire Trump Caravan. This morning W busies match your spoke to a local official who witnessed the rolling rally more than 300 cars traveled through mostly Democratic communities. Durham Town manager Todd Selig saw the whole thing hooting and hollering. They had their trump signed, and some of them were driving loud motorcycles. They were honking their horns because the vehicles were going in groups of 10 organizer's didn't need to get a parade permit. We were asked to follow the rules of the road..

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"judge barrett ah" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"judge barrett ah" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Z 10 30 I hard radio station. 71 degrees. A cloudy Sunday in Boston at 2 30. Here's what's happening. I'm Madison Rogers lost in six weeks before Election Day, all eyes on the Senate Republicans prepared a fast track the Supreme Court nomination process. Appellate Judge Amy Cockney Barrett yesterday got the official nomination from President Trump with Republican control over the White House and the Senate outcry from Democrats who fear this could swing the nation's highest court for decades. CBS News political contributor, Peter Mayer there already Democrats who have served notice that there not even planning to meet with her because they reject the process itself that President Trump has used They have bitter memories of the way. The Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, blocked Judge Merrick Garland back in February of 2016 months before the election that year, saying that the next president should decide. Sources say. Confirmation hearings for Coney Barrett will begin on October 12th. There are some Republicans who have expressed opposition to the process, notably New Hampshire Senator Maggie Hassan, who says the nomination should be seen for exactly what it is an attempt to overturn the affordable care act. She strongly opposes the efforts of the president and majority leader to push to approve Judge Barrett rather than work on passing a new covert relief bill. A vast majority, though, are expected to vote to confirm former Massachusetts governor in New Utah. Now Utah Senator Mitt Romney calls Judge Barrett Ah, highly respected jurists. So he looks forward to meeting with her to review her credentials. Huge turnout for a New Hampshire Trump caravan this morning that Levi's match your spoke to a local official who witnessed the rolling rally more than 300 cars traveled through mostly Democratic communities. Durham Town manager Todd Selig saw the whole thing quoting and hollering. They had their trump signed and some of them were driving loud motorcycles. They were honking their horns because the vehicles were going in groups of 10 organizer's didn't need to get a parade permit. They were asked to follow the rules of the road. But Selig says that didn't necessarily happen. The only complaint we had was that some of them were driving. Above the speed limit on one of the main road coming into town. We've a speed table on Medgar Road and appears some of them did not notice that speed table. Hopefully they won't need a body alignment on their vehicles match here. W. B. Z Boston's news radio A Worcester man is facing charges after allegedly stealing a truck from a hospital and then crashing it into police headquarters. Wester p D, says Lewis Diamond stole a delivery truck from the parking lot of ST Vincent Hospital and then crashed into a holding area, police say. H. Q After 5 A.m. Yesterday, Diamond faces a number of charges including larceny, vandalism and aiding a prisoner in police custody. Coming up in a couple of minutes..

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"judge barrett ah" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"judge barrett ah" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Black lives matter too. But counter protester Phoebe told me known members of the Nationalist social Club were on the blue lives matter side. So, Lianis standing side by side with Nazis, folks, maybe over there thinking like, Oh, I'm just here to support the police. But what they end up doing is rallying in support of whites, promises genocidal messaging and policies. They would not confirm or deny they were members of the neo Nazi group. In Mansfield, Suzanne Saz Bill W. B Z, Boston's NEWSRADIO president, Trump announcing appellate Judge Amy Cockney Barrett as his pick for the Supreme Court. The president calling Barrett one of our nation's most brilliant and gifted legal minds, this Ed's office scrambled by the Republicans to confirm Judge Barrett before election Day in less than six weeks. CBS NEWS Political contributor Peter Mayer says that Democrats are very unhappy about their rush proceedings there. Already Democrats who have served notice They're not even planning to meet with her because they reject the process itself that President Trump has used. They have bitter memories of the way the Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell, Block Judge Merrick Garland, back in February of 2016. Months before the election that year, saying that the next president should decide the Senate Judiciary Committee. According TTo one Republican source will begin confirmation hearings for Amy Cockney Barrett on October 12 reaction to the president's election from across the congressional spectrum. Former Massachusetts governor and now Utah Senator Mitt Romney calls Judge Barrett Ah, highly respected jurist and that he looks forward to meeting with her to review her credentials. Sure, Senator Maggie Hassan says the nomination should be seen for exactly what it is. She calls it an attempt he overturned the affordable care act. She also strongly opposes the ongoing efforts of the president and majority leader, Mitch McConnell to push to approve Judge Barrett rather than work on passing a new covert relief bill and Senator Elizabeth Warren also weighed in, she says Americans cannot stand down while the president tries to hand the country's highest cord and the rights and liberties of the people over to quote extremists. Worcester Police certainly didn't have to travel too far to this crime scene. Ah Wooster Man is accused of stealing a hospital delivery truck and then crashing into police headquarters. This all happened around 5 A.m. yesterday morning, Police say Lewis Diamonds, stole the truck from ST Vincent Hospital and then crashed into a truck into a holding area. Actually, let's restate that he actually crashed his truck that truck that he stole into a holding area at police headquarters. There we go. Diamond is now facing a number of charges, including larceny, vandalism. He's also facing a charge of aiding a prisoner in police custody. Coming up in.

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"judge barrett ah" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"judge barrett ah" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The process itself that President Trump has used They have bitter memories of the way. The Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, blocked Judge Merrick Garland back in February of 2016 months before the election that year, saying that the next president should decide, and the Senate Judiciary Committee, at least according to one Republican source will begin confirmation hearings for Amy Cockney Barrett. On October 12 reaction to the president's election from across the congressional spectrum, former Massachusetts governor and now Utah Senator at MIT, Romney calling Judge Barrett Ah, highly respected jurist, and he looks forward to meeting with her to review her credentials. New Hampshire Senator Maggie Hassan says the nomination should be seen for exactly what it is. She says, an attempt to overturn the affordable care act. She also strongly opposes the ongoing efforts of the president and majority leader, Mitch McConnell to push to approve Judge Amy County Barrett rather than work on passing a new covert 19 release bill. Meanwhile, Senator Elizabeth Warren says Americans cannot stand down while the president tries to hand the country's highest cord and the rights and liberties of the people. Over to the quote Extremists Caravan, a vehicle showing support for the president's reelection campaign is taking to the streets of New Hampshire and parts of Southern Maine. We get more from W. B. C's match here, at least 100 cars showed up, decked out in Trump's signs, flags and other homemade paraphernalia. Their plan is to roll through left leaning cities and towns like Durham, Democratic Town Councillor waiting, Burton says he gets it. I do understand the anger. No one has been speaking for us. Working people and others. He's just there armed figure. Burton also says their views air not reflective of his community notice. Most of people show up or not necessarily from the town enforcement Durham and liberal enclaves over here. But if the Trump train does drive by Burton's house slowdown that it worked. I have a speed bump in front of me. That's what that's that's your W. B. Z Boston's NewsRadio Esther Police didn't have to travel too far to this crime scene. A Worcester man is accused of stealing a hospital delivery truck and then crashing it into police headquarters. This all happened around 5 A.m. yesterday morning. Police say Lewis Diamonds, stole the truck from ST Vincent Hospital and then crashed the truck right into a holding area Police headquarters. Diamond is now facing a number of charges. Including larceny, vandalism and aiding a prisoner in police custody. Boston police looking for answers after a fatal overnight shooting in Dorchester, stay with us for all the updates back to your right right now it is 12 33 traffic and weather together, starting with the Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. David what's the latest on 93? It's very tough heading into the city, Tina three Car crash in the left lane 93 south on just past the entrance of the O'Neill Tunnel that's jamming the lower deck of 93 self from Somerville, almost 15 minutes to get from Mystic after the second bridge. Now it's also jamming the Lupron from the Tobin Bridge. Heading on to 93 self, the lever it down. We may save a moment or two instead of sitting on the lower deck in the second bridge. It's just a little heavy in the left lane. Getting to leverage Circle Expressway North bound stalls out from before mass have heading into the O'Neill Tunnel. South bound, is busy around Savin Hill and threw Braintree on the Cape. Route six West is slow around exit 10 pockets of congestion around exit six and five and then on the brakes for makes it three to the sacrum or bridge. 28 North is jam for a mile on the way to the born rotary through three north of Slow route 1 23 past Derby Street north of the city. 1 28, North bound, hung up around route 93 in room 28 1 28, South bound, Slow Walnut Street past Main Street and root oneself very busier on the traffic lights and Peabody David's truffle, You know, w busy traffic on.

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"judge barrett ah" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"judge barrett ah" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Us. I'm teeny gal. Here's what's happening. President Trump announcing appellate court Judge Amy Cockney buried as his pig for the Supreme Court. The president called buried one of our nation's most brilliant and gifted legal minds. This sets off a scramble by the Republicans to confirm Judge Barrett before election Day in less than six weeks. CBS NEWS Political contributor Peter Mayer says that Democrats are very frustrated and unhappy. About this rushed proceedings are already Democrats who've served notice that there not even planning to meet with her because they reject the process itself that President Trump has used They have bitter memories of the way. The Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, blocked Judge Merrick Garland back in February of 2016 months before the election that year, saying that the next president should decide, and the Senate Judiciary Committee, at least according to one Republican source will begin confirmation hearings for Amy Cockney Barrett. On October 12 reaction to the president's election from across the congressional spectrum, former Massachusetts governor and now Utah Senator at MIT, Romney calling Judge Barrett Ah, highly respected jurist, and he looks forward to meeting with her to review her credentials. New Hampshire Senator Maggie Hassan says the nomination should be seen for exactly what it is. She says, an attempt to overturn the affordable care act. She also strongly opposes the ongoing efforts of the president and majority leader, Mitch McConnell to push to approve Judge Amy County Barrett rather than work on passing a new covert 19 release bill. Meanwhile, Senator Elizabeth Warren says Americans cannot stand down while the president tries to hand the country's highest cord and the rights and liberties of the people. Over to the quote

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Trump introduces his Supreme Court pick, Senators react

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01:47 min | 1 year ago

Trump introduces his Supreme Court pick, Senators react

"Us. I'm teeny gal. Here's what's happening. President Trump announcing appellate court Judge Amy Cockney buried as his pig for the Supreme Court. The president called buried one of our nation's most brilliant and gifted legal minds. This sets off a scramble by the Republicans to confirm Judge Barrett before election Day in less than six weeks. CBS NEWS Political contributor Peter Mayer says that Democrats are very frustrated and unhappy. About this rushed proceedings are already Democrats who've served notice that there not even planning to meet with her because they reject the process itself that President Trump has used They have bitter memories of the way. The Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, blocked Judge Merrick Garland back in February of 2016 months before the election that year, saying that the next president should decide, and the Senate Judiciary Committee, at least according to one Republican source will begin confirmation hearings for Amy Cockney Barrett. On October 12 reaction to the president's election from across the congressional spectrum, former Massachusetts governor and now Utah Senator at MIT, Romney calling Judge Barrett Ah, highly respected jurist, and he looks forward to meeting with her to review her credentials. New Hampshire Senator Maggie Hassan says the nomination should be seen for exactly what it is. She says, an attempt to overturn the affordable care act. She also strongly opposes the ongoing efforts of the president and majority leader, Mitch McConnell to push to approve Judge Amy County Barrett rather than work on passing a new covert 19 release bill. Meanwhile, Senator Elizabeth Warren says Americans cannot stand down while the president tries to hand the country's highest cord and the rights and liberties of the people. Over to the quote

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