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Judge indefinitely blocks 100-day pause on most deportations

Pacifica Evening News

00:55 sec | 11 months ago

Judge indefinitely blocks 100-day pause on most deportations

"Meanwhile, late yesterday, a federal judge, it definitely stop President Biden from enforcing a 100 Day moratorium on most deportations. U. S District Judge Drew Tipton issued a preliminary injunction sought by the state of Texas, which argued the moratorium violated federal law. And wrist imposing additional costs on the state. Biden proposed the 100 Day pause on deportations during his campaign is part of a larger review of immigration enforcement and an attempt to reverse the priorities of former president Trump buying his proposed a sweeping immigration bill that would allow the legalization. Oven. Estimated 11 million people living in the US without authorization is also instituted Other guidelines on who immigration and border agents should target for

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"judge drew tipton" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"judge drew tipton" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR News on Korver Coleman, The second day of the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump, begins today. At noon Eastern time, NPR's Kelsey Snell reports. Democrats will build the case that Trump's actions led directly to the riot at the Capitol on January 6th. Democrats are expected to argue that the writers took direct cues from Trump when they organized the storming of the capital in their brief Democrats say that Trump's false claims that he won the election helped convince supporters to use force and attack the lawmakers who were certifying the results of the election. One of the impeachment managers, Democrat Jonah Goose, said Tuesday that impeachment is meant for moments like this. Impeachment exists to protect the American people. From officials. Who abuse their power. Betrayed them. Trump's lawyers have argued that his comments were constitutionally protected political speech and the writers alone are to blame for their actions. Kelsey Snell NPR NEWS Washington A federal judge in Texas has extended for two more weeks his block of President Biden's moratorium on deportations. NPR's John Burnett reports. The block stops Biden's effort to roll back the Trump administration's immigration crackdown. Judge Drew Tipton of Corpus Christi, a Trump appointee, extended his ruling that the by the administration should not be allowed to impose 100 Day halt on certain deportations because it could cause harm to the state of Texas. Lawsuit was filed last month by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton of fierce Trump ally. The consequences were immediate and eyewitness to the 2019 massacre at a Wal Mart in El Paso, Texas, who's expected to testify at the capital murder trial of the alleged shooter. Was deported to Mexico. A few days after the judge's initial order. She was arrested for outstanding traffic tickets. Biden's team says these kinds of minor crimes should not be grounds for deportation. John Burnett. NPR News in Me and Mar Police have continued to clash with protesters following the military coup that overturned the democratically elected government last week. Protesters are demanding the release of defacto leader on Sans Souci. She has not been seen in public since the coup. Michael Sullivan has more from neighboring Thailand. In the capital Nippy dog. At least four people were injured, with police using water cannon and rubber bullets to clear protesters. One woman suffered a gunshot wound to the head. Water. Cannon was also used and shots fired and Myanmar's second largest city, Mandalay, where several dozen people were reportedly arrested. Police also raided the Yangon headquarters of Su Chi's National League for Democracy. Michael Sullivan reporting Haiti's embattled president Juvenal Moyes has forcibly retired three members of Haiti's Supreme Court considered a threat to his rule. Haitian opposition leaders want we used to step down and allow for national elections. Maurice has been ruling by decree. This is NPR news. Experts from the United Nations say hackers from North Korea are stealing money through cyber attacks. They say North Korea is using the stolen money to pay to modernize its arsenal of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles. The experts told the U. N. Security Council. North Korea reportedly stole nearly $300 million Oregon's prison system will begin vaccinating 5000 of the state's inmates that will cover about 40% Oregon's prison population. As Oregon Public Broadcasting's Conrad Wilson reports. The immunizations come days after a federal judge's order. The agency recently received doses of the Madonna vaccine following an order from a federal judge last week. The ruling requires state health officials to treat inmates just like others living in congregate Cara settings. I didn't understand how our adults in custody where any different from any other group in a congregant care setting, representative General Bynum chairs the Oregon House Judiciary Committee. And I certainly don't believe that a prison sentence is a death sentence. 20 inmates died in January after testing positive for covert 19 roughly half of all those who have died in Oregon's prison since the pandemic struck. More than 3000 prison inmates have tested positive for NPR news. I'm Conrad Wilson in Portland Oil company Chevron. Richmond says one of its facilities had a petroleum league Tuesday into San Francisco Bay. Local officials estimate about 600 gallons spilled into the water. The leak has been stopped San Francisco Bay area health officials are now asking people to stay clear of the area. So that cleanup can continue. On Korver Coleman NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. 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"judge drew tipton" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"judge drew tipton" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Riding at the U. S Capitol on January 6th or former members of the U. S military. The Pentagon is now trying to understand why that story coming up on morning edition from NPR News. The Pentagon has ordered a pause in all military operations to serve a domestic extremism in the ranks. I'm Sasha Pfeiffer, and I'm Rachel Martin will also explore one big reason why it's so hard for many people to get the covert 19 vaccine Senate impeachment trial is a way to try and hold former President Donald Trump accountable for his actions. But what about Republican members of Congress who also spread the big lie and we'll bring you the latest on The protests in Myanmar. It is Wednesday, February 10th actress Elizabeth Banks is 47 years old. Today news is next. My from NPR News on Korver Coleman, The second day of the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump, begins today at noon Eastern time. NPR's Kelsey Snow reports. Democrats will build the case that Trump's actions led directly to the riot at the Capitol on January 6th. Democrats are expected to argue that the rioters took direct cues from Trump when they organized the storming of the capital in their brief Democrats say that Trump's false claims that he won the election helped convince supporters to use force and attack the lawmakers who were certifying the results of the election. One of the impeachment managers, Democrat Jonah Goose, said Tuesday that impeachment is meant for moments like this. Impeachment exists to protect the American people. Some officials Who abuse their power. Betrayed them. Trump's lawyers have argued that his comments were constitutionally protected political speech and the writers alone are to blame for their actions. Kelsey Snell NPR NEWS Washington A federal judge in Texas has extended for two more weeks his block of President Biden's moratorium on deportations. NPR's John Burnett reports. The block stops Biden's effort to roll back the Trump administration's immigration crackdown. Judge Drew Tipton of Corpus Christi, a Trump appointee, extended his ruling that the Biden administration should not be allowed to oppose 100 Day halt on certain deportations because it could cause harm to the state of Texas. The lawsuit was filed last month by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton of fierce Trump ally. The consequences were immediate and eyewitness to the 2019 massacre at a Wal Mart in El Paso, Texas, who's expected to testify at the capital murder trial of the alleged shooter, was deported to Mexico. A few days after the judge's initial order. She was arrested for outstanding traffic tickets. Biden's team says these kinds of minor crimes should not be grounds for deportation. John Burnett NPR News in Myanmar Police have continued to clash with protesters following the military coup that overturned the democratically elected government last week. Protestors are demanding the release of defacto leader on San Souci. She has not been seen in public since the coup. Michael Sullivan has more from neighboring Thailand. In the capital Nippy dog. At least four people were injured, with police using water cannon and rubber bullets to clear protesters. One woman suffered a gunshot wound to the head. Water. Cannon was also used and shots fired and Myanmar's second largest city, Mandalay, where several dozen people were reportedly arrested. Police also raided the Yangon headquarters of Su Chi's National League for Democracy. Michael Sullivan reporting Haiti's embattled president Juvenal Moyes has forcibly retired three members of Haiti's Supreme Court. Considered a threat to his rule. Haitian opposition leaders want ways to step down and allow for national elections. Maurice has been ruling by decree. This is NPR news. Experts from the United Nations say hackers from North Korea are stealing money through cyber attacks. They say North Korea is using the stolen money to pay to modernize its arsenal of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles. The experts told the U. N. Security Council. North Korea reportedly stole nearly $300 million Oregon's prison system will begin vaccinating 5000 of the state's inmates that will cover about 40% Oregon's prison population. As Oregon Public Broadcasting's Conrad Wilson reports. The immunizations come days after a federal judge's order. The agency recently received doses of the Madonna vaccine following an order from a federal judge last week. The ruling requires state health officials to treat inmates just like others living in congregate Cara settings. I didn't understand how our adults in custody where any different from any other group in a congregant care setting, representative General Bynum chairs the Oregon House Judiciary Committee. And I certainly don't believe that a prison sentence is a death sentence. 20 inmates died in January after testing positive for covert 19 roughly half of all those who have died in Oregon's prison since the pandemic struck. More than 3000 prison inmates have tested positive for NPR news. I'm Conrad Wilson in Portland Oil company Chevron. Richmond says one of its facilities had a petroleum league Tuesday into San Francisco Bay. Local officials estimate about 600 gallons spilled into the water. The leak has been stopped San Francisco Bay area health officials are now asking people to stay clear of the area. So that cleanup can continue. On Korver Coleman NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Fisher Investments, Fisher Investments is a fiduciary, which means they always put clients interests first. Fisher Investments Clearly different money management investing in securities involves the risk of loss. Hmm. Uh, another great hour of morning edition Just ahead here on KQED Public radio from NPR News. I had the Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin. Is addressing far right extremism within the U. S. Military veterans were among the rioters at the U. S. Capitol on the sixth of last month. Also, despite being at risk essential workers Many who were confirming your meat packing. Still like access to Corona virus testing, farmworker advocates say it doesn't bode well for vaccination outreach. And kind of a traffic jam headed to.

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"judge drew tipton" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"judge drew tipton" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Like spring here on February 10th with a high of 80 and partly cloudy skies. It's 68 degrees had news radio W F L. A Former President Trump's furious at his attorney's after their performance on the first day of his second impeachment trial. They appear to congratulate the House impeachment managers after they laid out the reasons why the trial should move forward. Meanwhile, there's been no reaction from President Biden about the proceedings, not a pundit, not watching and won't weigh in. That's how the White House sees Mr Biden's take on the second impeachment of his predecessor, impeaching former president Trump, who urged his supporters to peacefully make their voices heard inspiring Republicans to make a what about argument. The Wall Street Journal of Pines For its part, the assault on the Capitol was a riot and a violent one, but it wasn't an insurrection. As a riot rather than an insurrection. The question then becomes what of this summer's BLM riots and Democrats who blocked a resolution condemning mob violence at the time and some who even made incendiary statements in support of the riots. But many Democrats believe that suspicious argument after all, they say this impeachment trial is about inciting a deadly insurrection at the Capitol, Kevin Corke reporting Federal judge in Texas is blocking the Biden administration's attempt to undo former President Trump's policy on deportations of illegals. U. S District Court Judge Drew Tipton setting irreparable harm to Texas extends his suspension of the Biden administration's 100 Day pause on deportations. Well, the case plays out after Texas filed suit, calling the pause and deportations unlawful and unconstitutional. And that would put Americans in danger. The Biden administration says the pause is necessary to make decisions on immigration and foreign policy. Fox News reported last month that an email was sent to ice officers that called for the stopping of removals and the release of all illegal immigrants immediately as the new administration resets its approach toward US immigration Jeff Man. Also Fox News. Winter Storm watches around from Arkansas to West Virginia as a polar vortex pushes severe weather in the eastern Third of the US ice storms are predicted across the region into the weekend with over a half an inch of ice accumulating today and tomorrow. Covert 19 cases here in the U. S. Involving new strains of the virus have spiked by 73%. The CDC says. There are now 944 known cases of Corona virus variants. It's spread more easily, and the biggest surge has been here in Florida, which has over twice as many as any other state. Ride.

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"judge drew tipton" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"judge drew tipton" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The horrific events of January 6 of deadly insurrection that took place here in nation's capital. We heard the dangerous, divisive rhetoric over the last four plus years, Padilla says he's honored to carry out his responsibilities as a U. S senator and the former California secretary of state was appointed to the Senate by governor. Opener Gavin Newsom after former Senator Kamila Harris, of course, was elected VP President Biden's plan to block deportations is put on hold once again, Tom Roberts explains. A federal judge's order was set to expire Tuesday, but it has been extended by two weeks. U. S District Judge Drew Tipton previously ruled a lawsuit filed by the state of Texas was likely to prevail on its claims that the deportation moratorium violates federal law. Biden administration argues there needs to be a pause in deportations while his administration crafts new immigration policy. I'm Tim Roberts and a handful of advocacy groups are calling on Facebook to permanently banned Georgia congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene from their platform in a letter to the social media giant this week, a coalition of civil rights, gun control and other groups said. Facebook has allowed green to quote, spread dangerous lies and grow her popularity for years without taking action and quote. It comes as the Republican and recent weeks has come under scrutiny for her past comments in support of various conspiracy theories. As for Facebook, they said they previously removed content by green that did violate its policies. But the coalition is seeking her campaign and congressional pages. All be removed. And a 30 year old Staten Island man is under arrest for allegedly stealing ice cream is Lisa G. According to police Anthony Poe Story stole eight pints of Haagen DAAs, Perma CVS and East Harlem. He fled the scene of 1500 Lexington Avenue with the ice cream in his backpack on Lee to get stuck on a small ledge high above a nearby alleyway. A police rescue unit was called, and the story was taken into custody when they got him down. No word from cops if the ice cream had melted. S a G W O R D A If it was soft serve, all right. Sports in your weather Channel forecaster Coming up next W o r news time is 10 04. The voice of New York is now in HD here. W o R and high Death on FM, one of 4.3 HD, too. If you've recently recovered from covert 19 you have something powerful inside you there called antibodies and their founding a plasma plasma is the liquid part of your blood. It's mostly water that also contains antibodies, which keep your body working well and fighting off deadly diseases. Plasma from people who've had covert 19 could be crucial to helping others fight off the virus. Huh? Going directly into patients suffering from the virus and going to the scientists working nonstop to create potential treatments and medicines recovering from covert 19 makes you unique. Donating your plasma makes you.

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"judge drew tipton" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"judge drew tipton" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Com Unfortunately, workers Have been said a false narrative. No surprise, right. For the last few years, they've been fed the notion that somehow dealing with climate is coming at their expense. No, it's not. Yeah, that There's a guy but if I was looking for the truth, I don't know that I would necessarily be knocking on the door, John Kerry, but well, as he said in his tweet. Texas is the very first state to sue the Biden administration. And we won. How about that? Yeah. Texas Attorney General Kim Paxton is with me. Attorney General Paxton. How you doing? You know, we've been pretty busy revealing on endless list of edicts from the White House trying to figure out what what? Where we're going. Well, I don't know if you've heard or not. I just got this from the White House. The biggest threat to humanity. Mia is climate change on duh. Of course, that's going to impact us here in Texas. But before we even get to that, you unite talked about this before before it happened Now you were trying to hold Stop Biden's 100 Day freeze on deportations, which would directly impact the state of Texas, right. No, That's absolutely right. First of all, we had an agreement with Homeland security that they wouldn't make major changes to immigration policy. Without running it by us and then second, you know, as a border state. Well, we have to deal with additions. The normal problems. We've got covert issues and you have people coming up in South America ourselves Central America that We don't know what their health status is. And suddenly that doesn't seem to matter. It t the administration When that I thought was, ah, priority and then I mean, it's kind of ironic and then and then you know, we also have just the risk of crime. We know that the human trafficking is an issue. Coming with with us with some of the people that would be coming here and that they're drug crimes and potential violence. So it's a real risk for health and safety for our citizens. And in addition, just a tremendous cost. The federal government doesn't really You know nothing to worry about when we're having. We haven't paid for education and health care and law enforcement and transportation and just name it if the cost of the citizens of Texas that they shouldn't have to endure You know, that's so true, and we were told that we needed mail in ballots because of covert 19 well, now that they're in the White House, the slim majorities in the Senate in the House All of a sudden covered 19 is no longer our concern when it comes to immigration. Well, um, you took him to school on this as far as the lawsuit, and you won. Good for you. I guess it was us. Didn't district Judge Drew Tipton. If I'm not mistaken, he granted a 14 day temporary restraining order. On Biden's 100 Day moratorium. What happens at the end of that 14 day period so very likely, and we're hopeful that we'll get another hearing to argue for a permanent injunction wall We're weighing have our case on the merits. So you know, we'll we'll have to win again in order to stop this from going into effect. While we're pursuing the actual merits of the case, and the reason we want that is because we're we argue that Texas would suffer irreparable harm that we could not undo. Once people are here, especially with this administration, saying they're not gonna deport anybody. We incur all the negative cost that I just It mentioned earlier and so if we don't stop that, to argue the case we even if we win, we don't win because they damages are being done. Well, that's true, and once they are here, and they blend into the different cities and towns, there is no way to contain these people to insure the safety of Texans or the immigrants themselves. There's no way to It's not like they all go toe a big room. They just blend into the state correct. Yeah, That's exactly right. They way lose track of them, And there's not a really good system for from for having them come back to some hearing on whether they should be here or not. It is not a system that has worked. With his father is in. The Trump administration was trying to keep people that we're trying to get in the country in Mexico and outside of our country while we resolved issues of immigration. Well, again, many, many thanks for what you did the state of Texas being the first state to sue the Biden administration and in winning and we'll keep an eye on what happens after that. 14 day. Temporary restraining order expires. What can you tell me about the reversal? Governor Abbotts order. It was just to spend most not all but most abortions due to covert. I guess they were trying to conserve medical supplies. And as the Supreme Court of the United States reverse that. I would say at this point, it kind of doesn't matter because that was in effect for a couple of weeks, and that particular provision is no longer relevant. So it Zal was mooted out back in April, so I don't e don't even know exactly why that case went forward because there was no substantive effect on what actually happened. Well, see, that's that's what I was trying to figure out because a zoo you say in in the April everything moving forward sort of a moot point, isn't it? Yeah, so that everything related to abortion we way stopped it for three weeks. And then the orders changed Andre that would no longer even in effect, and so Why they pursued that all the way the U s Supreme Court. I'm not exactly sure it doesn't really have an impact on anything that's happening now. Yeah, well, you know, you look on one hand, they wouldn't They wouldn't hear. Um, a case begin brought by Texas during the election, but they would hear a case that for all intensive purposes was was over with. I didn't understand that. And still don't let me ask you about this. President Biden just just a flurry of executive orders today. On climate change. Of course, he canceled the Keystone Pipeline put 11,000 people out of work overnight, not to mention the peripheral contractors, suppliers and so on. And he keeps talking about this clean energy and we're all going to electric cars and all the rest. How's that gonna affect Texas? Well, I'm concerned that's gonna affect Texas dramatically if they find a way to impact our only gas industry and the production of energy, whether it's production or transportation of energy through pipelines, then We put ourselves in a precarious situation of relying once again on foreign oil, which comes from countries that are not exactly our friends. And so what I loved about what President Trump did was he really encouraged domestic energy production, which was really beneficial..

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"judge drew tipton" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"judge drew tipton" Discussed on KCRW

"Is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Sarah McCammon, A federal judge in Texas has blocked President Biden's 100 Day moratorium on deportations of unauthorized immigrants. Button had campaigned on reversing President Trump's tough immigration policies, but the Trump administration and built in obstacles to hamstring his successor, MPR's John Burnett, has more. The Texas lawsuit is the Biden administration's first legal headache in the arena of immigration, and it won't be the last. I think this is clearly the attempt to handcuff the Biden administration, at least in the beginning office stuff. Muzaffer Shifty is a senior fellow with the nonpartisan Migration Policy Institute. And I think the Trump administration in this raining days, tried to do everything it could to prevent the Visor administration from ushering in its new immigration policy be outgoing Trump administration quietly signed highly unusual agreements with at least four states Texas chief among them The agreement, saying, in essence that if Biden officials want to make changes to some of Trump's immigration rules, they have to consult with the state's first immigration advocates were quick to brand the lawsuit baseless and said it won't withstand appeal. But the argument carried the day with Corpus Christi Federal Judge Drew Tipton, a Trump appointee. He wrote that the release of Deported ble immigrants in Texas quote establishes a substantial risk of imminent and irreparable harm. He slapped a temporary restraining order on the Biden administration and said Texas has 14 days to come back and make its case for a preliminary injunction. No comment from the U. S Immigration and Customs Enforcement the A CL you grassed in a statement. Texas is trying to force the Biden administration to follow Trump's xenophobic policies. Meanwhile, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton exulted in what he described as the first victorious lawsuit against the Biden White House. Texans have been here before. It was Ken Paxton and his predecessor, Greg Abbott, now governor who filed at least 40 lawsuits against the last Democratic administration. The Texas Ages. Office spent million suing Obama. Paxton has been a fervent trump ally. In early December. He sued for other states for election fraud without evidence in the U. S. Supreme Court refused to consider it. He also attended Trump's fateful January 6th rally at the White House Ellipse exhorting the crowd. Texans are fighters and President Trump is a fighter. R G. Ratcliffe is a political writer, a Texas monthly. He's been doing it for so long now that at one point in time his wife used to sing this song, where she described herself as a Pistol Packin Mama whose husband's suit Obama, hey has started all over again, and it does a very good political job of covering up his own shortcomings. Paxton's legal problems including FBI criminal investigation into whether he abused his office, the benefit of high rolling donor, his top deputies resigned in protest. And he's under indictment for charges of state securities fraud. Paxton has denied any wrongdoing, refused calls to resign and he promises to keep suing the Biden administration. John Burnett. NPR NEWS Austin Looking now to another part of the world to Iraq. The economy there relies on government salaries, but its government relies on oil revenues, which have been falling. NPR's Alice Fordham reports.

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"judge drew tipton" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"judge drew tipton" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Federal judge in Texas has blocked President Biden's 100 Day moratorium on deportations of unauthorized immigrants. Biden had campaigned on reversing President Trump's tough immigration policies, but the Trump administration and built in obstacles to hamstring his successor, MPR's John Burnett, has more. The Texas lawsuit is the Biden administration's first legal headache in the arena of immigration, and it won't be the last. I think this is clearly the attempt to handcuff the Biden administration, at least in the beginning office stuff moves are for shifty is a senior fellow with the nonpartisan Migration Policy Institute. And I think the Trump Administration. It's raining days tried to do everything it could to prevent the Visor administration from ushering in its new immigration policy. The outgoing Trump administration quietly signed highly unusual agreements with at least four states Texas chief among them The agreement, saying, in essence that if Biden officials want to make changes to some of Trump's immigration rules, they have to consult with the state's first immigration advocates were quick to brand the lawsuit baseless and said it won't withstand appeal. But the argument carried the day with Corpus Christi Federal Judge Drew Tipton, a Trump appointee. He wrote that the release of Deported ble immigrants in Texas quote Establishes a substantial risk of imminent and irreparable harm. He slapped a temporary restraining order on the Biden administration and said Texas has 14 days to come back and make its case for a preliminary injunction. No comment from U. S Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The A CL you grassed in a statement, Texas is trying to force the Biden administration to follow Trump's Xena phobic policies. Meanwhile, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton exulted in what he described as the first victorious lawsuit against the Biden White House. Texans have been here before. It was Ken Paxton and his predecessor, Greg Abbott, now governor who filed at least 40 lawsuits against the last Democratic administration. The Texas A G's office bit Million suing Obama. Paxton has been a fervent trump ally. In early December. He sued for other states for election fraud without evidence in the U. S. Supreme Court refused to consider it. He also attended Trump's fateful January 6th rally at the White House Ellipse exhorting the crowd. Texans, air fighters and President Trump is a fighter. R G. Ratcliffe is a political writer, a Texas monthly. He's been doing it for so long now that at one point in time his wife used to sing this song, where she described herself as a pistol packin Mama who's hoping suit Obama. Hey, has started all over again, and it does a very good political job of covering up his own shortcomings. Baxter's legal problems including FBI criminal investigation into whether he abused his office, the benefit of high rolling donor, his top deputies resigned in protest and he's under indictment for charges of state securities fraud. Accident has denied any wrongdoing, refused calls to resign and he promises to keep suing the Biden administration. John Burnett. NPR NEWS Austin

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Trump-appointed federal judge in Texas blocks Biden’s deportation ‘pause’

Morning Edition

03:13 min | 1 year ago

Trump-appointed federal judge in Texas blocks Biden’s deportation ‘pause’

"Federal judge in Texas has blocked President Biden's 100 Day moratorium on deportations of unauthorized immigrants. Biden had campaigned on reversing President Trump's tough immigration policies, but the Trump administration and built in obstacles to hamstring his successor, MPR's John Burnett, has more. The Texas lawsuit is the Biden administration's first legal headache in the arena of immigration, and it won't be the last. I think this is clearly the attempt to handcuff the Biden administration, at least in the beginning office stuff moves are for shifty is a senior fellow with the nonpartisan Migration Policy Institute. And I think the Trump Administration. It's raining days tried to do everything it could to prevent the Visor administration from ushering in its new immigration policy. The outgoing Trump administration quietly signed highly unusual agreements with at least four states Texas chief among them The agreement, saying, in essence that if Biden officials want to make changes to some of Trump's immigration rules, they have to consult with the state's first immigration advocates were quick to brand the lawsuit baseless and said it won't withstand appeal. But the argument carried the day with Corpus Christi Federal Judge Drew Tipton, a Trump appointee. He wrote that the release of Deported ble immigrants in Texas quote Establishes a substantial risk of imminent and irreparable harm. He slapped a temporary restraining order on the Biden administration and said Texas has 14 days to come back and make its case for a preliminary injunction. No comment from U. S Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The A CL you grassed in a statement, Texas is trying to force the Biden administration to follow Trump's Xena phobic policies. Meanwhile, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton exulted in what he described as the first victorious lawsuit against the Biden White House. Texans have been here before. It was Ken Paxton and his predecessor, Greg Abbott, now governor who filed at least 40 lawsuits against the last Democratic administration. The Texas A G's office bit Million suing Obama. Paxton has been a fervent trump ally. In early December. He sued for other states for election fraud without evidence in the U. S. Supreme Court refused to consider it. He also attended Trump's fateful January 6th rally at the White House Ellipse exhorting the crowd. Texans, air fighters and President Trump is a fighter. R G. Ratcliffe is a political writer, a Texas monthly. He's been doing it for so long now that at one point in time his wife used to sing this song, where she described herself as a pistol packin Mama who's hoping suit Obama. Hey, has started all over again, and it does a very good political job of covering up his own shortcomings. Baxter's legal problems including FBI criminal investigation into whether he abused his office, the benefit of high rolling donor, his top deputies resigned in protest and he's under indictment for charges of state securities fraud. Accident has denied any wrongdoing, refused calls to resign and he promises to keep suing the Biden administration. John Burnett. NPR NEWS Austin

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"judge drew tipton" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"judge drew tipton" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Like elephant ears that you get at the fair. Allison. That is what he been well, always. Sounds good to me and first thing right? It was a tequila caramel sauce there. Devour injury devour Indy offering Just look for it. Search for development. Dot com. Find Find of the restaurant that you want to go to I judge has stopped President Biden from enforcing a 100 Day deportation band. Drew Tipton is a name U S District judge issuing a temporary restraining order that was stopped by Texas because the administration via the Trump Administration had agreements with the states. And they can't just blow those states blood. Those agreements apart. It's very instinct thing. Seeing these District court judge is now getting involved in this way. Let's see how the progressives respond to such a thing. Because they were all about judge is getting in the way. My opinion has not changed. I do not change my mind because of who's in office. I simply am looking Um You know, at at how we Approach things how we engage things. And I say to you that if some judge somewhere says you can't do this, the answer to that judge very well could be stopped me. Some judge in some district court doesn't get to decide for the duly elected president of the United States. Especially when it comes to a conversation that is the purview of the president. For example, immigration now in this conversation if the States feel that the administration is breaking an agreement they have with the federal government. Well, that could be a federalism conversation, and certainly one that you could take a look at And that's what seems to be the case here. But I do not change on where I see serious issues and activist judges is where I do. I am not saying that Judge Drew Tipton is an activist. If the issue is Texas said, Hey, we have an agreement. Maybe agreements have to be abided by. I do not know yet whether an agreement can simply be thrown out. Because Well, the new administration and Well now you got to come up with new agreement. Skin. You got to come up with new agreements that that's that's what you have to do. And then there was this. This absolutely fantastic Joe Biden clip from a town hall He did with George Stephanopoulos, where he's discussing that You can't just walk in office and do nothing but executive orders in 10% growth. If you bring back a company on.

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"judge drew tipton" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"judge drew tipton" Discussed on KCRW

"At 1 800 progressive It's 5 22. This'd is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Sarah McCammon, A federal judge in Texas has blocked President Biden's 100 Day moratorium on deportations of unauthorized immigrants. Button had campaigned on reversing President Trump's tough immigration policies, but the Trump administration and built in obstacles to hamstring his successor, MPR's John Burnett, has more. The Texas lawsuit is the Biden administration's first legal headache in the arena of immigration, and it won't be the last. I think this is clearly the attempt to handcuff the Biden administration, at least in the beginning office stuff. Muzaffer Shifty is a senior fellow with the nonpartisan Migration Policy Institute. And I think the Trump administration. This raining days tried to do everything it could to prevent the Visor Administration from ushering in its new immigration policy. The outgoing Trump administration quietly signed highly unusual agreements with at least four states Texas chief among them The agreement, saying, in essence that if Biden officials want to make changes to some of Trump's immigration rules, they have to consult with the state's first immigration advocates were quick to brand the lawsuit baseless and said it won't withstand appeal. But the argument carried the day with Corpus Christi Federal Judge Drew Tipton, a Trump appointee. He wrote that the release of Deported ble immigrants in Texas quote Establishes a substantial risk of imminent and irreparable harm. He slapped a temporary restraining order on the Biden administration and said Texas has 14 days to come back and make its case for a preliminary injunction. No comment from the U. S Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the A C L U groused in a statement. Texas is trying to force the Biden administration to follow Trump's xenophobic policies. Meanwhile, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton exulted in what he described as the first victorious lawsuit against the Biden White House. Texans have been here before. It was Ken Paxton and his predecessor, Greg Abbott, now governor who filed at least 40 lawsuits against the last Democratic administration. The Texas A G's office bit Million suing Obama. Paxton has been a fervent trump ally. In early December. He sued for other states for election fraud without evidence in the U. S. Supreme Court refused to consider it. He also attended Trump's fateful January 6th rally at the White House Ellipse exhorting the crowd, Texans or fighters and President Trump is a fighter. R G. Ratcliffe is a political writer, a Texas monthly. He's been doing it for so long now that at one point in time his wife used to sing this song, where she described herself as a Pistol Packin Mama whose husband's suit Obama. He has started all over again, and it does a very good political job of covering up his own shortcomings. Paxton's legal problems including FBI criminal investigation into whether he abused his office, the benefit of high rolling donor, his top deputies resigned in protest and he's under indictment for charges of state securities fraud. Paxton has denied any wrongdoing, refused calls to resign and he promises to keep suing the Biden administration. John Burnett. NPR NEWS Austin Looking now to another part of the world to Iraq. The economy there relies on government salaries, but its government relies on oil revenues, which have been falling. NPR's Alice Fordham reports. In the shadow of the lovely green and gold domes of a famous shrine. Baghdadi's stroll.

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"judge drew tipton" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"judge drew tipton" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Biden now has a secretary of state after the Senate confirmed Anthony Blinken. Other Biden Cabinet nominees will get hearings today is the new defense secretary starts to work Four years ago, it was Marines at the helm of the Pentagon, Jim Mattis and General Joe Dunford. Now it's the Army's turn. President Biden's newly minted defense secretary. Lloyd Austin, a retired Army four. Star general joins Army General Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs and Army. Three stores, also director of the Joint Staff, another senior position at the Pentagon. Lucas Tomlinson, Fox News President Biden's temporary pause in deportations has been put on pause. ABC is Jim Ryan, reports a Trump appointed federal judge in Texas. Has issued a temporary restraining order against the moratorium. U. S District Judge Drew Tipton has ruled that the new administration has failed to provide what tipping calls any concrete, reasonable justification for a 100 Day. Pause on deportations. The order bars enforcement of the moratorium for 14 days, but it does not require deportations to resume at their previous pace. ABC is Jim Ryan reporting the White House, though confident the ruling will be overturned. Speaking to the White House President Biden once again promising to step up vaccinations after another spike in covered cases, John Hopkins reporting 4000 deaths Monday another 432 434 142,000 infections, This will be one of the most difficult operational challenges. We've ever undertaken this donation. I've said that before, but I must say it again because we're gonna do. We're gonna everything we can to get it done. But a lot of things can go wrong. Along the way. The president announcing plans to buy more than 100 million doses, each of them a journal and Fizer vaccines. There is a now a statewide call center to get information about covert vaccines. The governor giving out a website where you can actually sign up for the vaccinations, you are $70. If you have a mom or dad or and Runkle 70 not help them. Simply go.

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Federal judge temporarily blocks Biden's deportation moratorium

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00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Federal judge temporarily blocks Biden's deportation moratorium

"President Biden's temporary pause in deportations has been put on pause. ABC is Jim Ryan, reports a Trump appointed federal judge in Texas. Has issued a temporary restraining order against the moratorium. U. S District Judge Drew Tipton has ruled that the new administration has failed to provide what tipping calls any concrete, reasonable justification for a 100 Day. Pause on deportations. The order bars enforcement of the moratorium for 14 days, but it does not require deportations to resume at their previous pace. ABC is Jim Ryan reporting the White House, though confident the ruling will be overturned.

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"judge drew tipton" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"judge drew tipton" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The weather channel forecast could be sunny and mild today. Higher 42 gets colder tomorrow 34 Right now in Parkville, Haiti is the 37 in Glen Burnie. By the way, the presiding judge over the sham peach mint. It was Senator Pat leaky. He went to the hospital yesterday. Yeah, Now he's now we're being told his home so that Don't anybody wants that gavel? I think he's being replaced with somebody that they perceived as more neutral. Eric Swalwell, I think is up for the job. Yes, he can get you on the Senate, but he's a manager, also Patriot manager. So look at the rand. Paul was absolutely but this was great Great news yesterday. A federal judge has blocked the Biden deportation freeze. After Texas successfully challenged US District Judge Drew Tipton. He's a trump appointee. We finally get a case before Trump appointing You should go to your room. On the blocking binds policy nationwide for 14 days. It is a big setback for the Bible human. I think we should see more of this, Bruce, I think Republican attorneys general On states should push back just as hard as the left did on just about every executive order that President Trump signed. Every single one should be pushed back on. Uh, well, we we've developed a government where presidents think, And that is refers to the Marshall Blackburn 22 come minutes ago that presidents think they can govern simply because they have a pin and a phone. They could do it by executive order. That's not the way the country has been designed to run. If Biden wants stuff done, he should be having Congress legislated that stuff to be done, and he she had a bill on his desk and sign it. The idea of having a king simply take out his pen and say, Well, these peasants get to live and these are going to die. I kind of thought we were past that something where the Magna Carta begin to make that go away, But that's been I suppose a year to back another play anymore. There was another ruling yesterday. I think that ruling is important. But this one to me was was mind blowing on. That is a Virginia Board of elections rule, allowing officials to count ballots that arrive without a postmark of the three days after the election. Yes, a state judge. William L. Ridge ruled that was illegal. And he said again that this law violated state statute and permanently banned the law in the future. So you got Virginia? Now, I don't think the same thing would happen in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin. Arizona, Georgia. Now we have, you know a full one or going on three months after the election, we're finally getting judges to wake up and the courts to rule on the steel. It is. Where do you get a late dollar short? Where do you go to get get the reputation by. Where'd you go to get your election back? It is just it's amazing to me and we knew we were knew where we within our legal rights. We knew this was love illegal, and what we were advocating was lawful. Do you know how many cases There were eight again. The Hoff twins again. We punted. Did the research on it. 81 total cases. 81 of those 45 Donald Trump was the plaintiff. Only I think three. He wasn't the defendant, do you? How many of those cases got an actual evidential evidentiary hearing before Judge Zero. Yeah, not a 10. So this this figure they threw out there. Oh, you've had 60 cases and they all got tossed in court. Yeah, well out of hearing So again. Don't tell me you got people like lockdown where he's saying that there's massive disinformation campaign you, sir, are the one that's spreading filth and propaganda about the election. Because you're part of the establishment that's for sure. This text into us of from a Gina. I thought we were done with segregation. I thought we were supposed to be under one umbrella in the American umbrella, where we're all created equal, indivisible. Undivided under God. One nation, one people will know that's not the current administration. The whole idea of racial quote equity. This is not racial equality. This is racial equity. Kind of pushes us back to let's have different standards for different folks. Let's advance folks or not advance folks for the amount of pigment they have in their skin. Or whether enough they're born in this country. I mean, that's the direction in which received be going. Yeah, and what would president the illegitimate president said yesterday? And signing that racial equity order, I think is insulting. It is offensive to this country to Americans and all that have paid the ultimate sacrifice. On what he said about this country's coming up in just a minute. Someone 29 Vinnie Steele and his relax community team. They just amazing. I mean, it's all I could say the model that they have With 12,000 ready, willing and able Homebuyers. You're looking for home right now as we speak, And so when you list with many either you get a couple things you get access to those the 6000 pairs of bodies. 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"judge drew tipton" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"judge drew tipton" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And San Antonio that spoke of the need for covert civil liability protections takes his businesses and employees that have operated in good faith shouldn't have their livelihood destroyed by frivolous lawsuits have it's also interested in permanently suspending regulations he temporarily blocked through executive orders during the pandemic. Expanding statewide broadband is also a priority. A trump appointed Texas judges issued a 14 day pause on Joe Biden's deportation hold. The judge's ruling is an early legal setback for the new administration, which hope to stop sending immigrants here illegally back over the border. U. S District Judge Drew Tipton, appointed by former president Trump to the Southern District of Texas ruled on a challenge filed by the state, which argued it's a violation of federal statutes and the Constitution. Do not enforce federal law. The judge criticized binds maneuver made on his first day in the Oval Office writing the January 20 memorandum, not only fails to consider potential policy is more limited in scope in time, but it also failed to provide any concrete reasonable justification for 100 Day. Pause on deportation. This might sound familiar. The San Antonio Zoo is offering people a unique way to get back at their exes. Valentine's Day for $5, a zoo will name a cockroach after an ex before it's fed to one of the Animals. If that's not enough, the zoo's offering the opportunity to name of pre frozen rat after a past lover, the $25 rat will then be fed to a snake. The zoo's planning to share the animals enjoy the rats and Roaches on Valentine's Day through social media. W O AI News time 5 37 now with breaking crime news from around.

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"judge drew tipton" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"judge drew tipton" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"President Trump's impeachment trial from moving forward in the Senate. But Democrats appear to be well short of the number needed to convict the sitting rejected emotion from Kentucky Republican Rand Paul declaring an impeachment trial of former president Trump unconstitutional as of noon last Wednesday. Donald Trump holds none of the positions. Listed in the Constitution. He's a private citizen. Senate Majority Leader truck Schumer calls that analysis flat out wrong. The theory that the Senate can try former officials would amount to a constitutional get out of jail free card. But just five Republicans joined Democrats to dismiss the point of order a strong signal only 17 Republican senators would not join Democrats that convict Trump of the article. Charging him with incitement of insurrection related to the deadly January 6th riot at the U. S. Capitol. Jared Halpern Fox News a federal judge in Texas, has blocked President Biden's attempt to undo a Trump administration policy of deporting illegals at the border. The judge's ruling is an early legal setback for the new administration, which hope to stop sending immigrants here illegally back over the border. U. S District Judge Drew Tipton, appointed by former president Trump to the southern District of Texas ruled on it. One's filed by the state, which argued it's a violation of federal statutes and the Constitution to not enforce federal law. The judge criticized binds maneuver made on his first day in the Oval Office writing but also failed to provide any concrete reasonable justification for 100 Day. Pause on deportations. 11 false reporting. This month, is now the deadliest of the Corona virus pandemic in the US Johns Hopkins University shows roughly 77,000 Americans died from Cove in 19 in January that surpasses the previous high of just under 77,000 in December. Police in Alaska have been ordered to pull over any driver who has a Nazi license plate on the car. The license plate in question is three right, and it started to gain attention. After a former newspaper editor took a picture of one at a stoplight in Anchorage last week, Administration Department Commissioner Kelly Shabaka says her team will now review how the D M V gives out vanity plates. Department spokesperson Kelly Hank tells The Associated Press. Those plates had actually been re called in standard plates issued. She says her department has notified police about the unauthorized plates and anyone using them can be ticketed..

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"judge drew tipton" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"judge drew tipton" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Fox News President Biden's orders today focusing on environmental issues actually see special envoy John carried the White House today. And we're gonna hear a lot about unexpected ban on new leases for all and gas drilling and fracking on federal lands, a move that's already drawing pushback from even Democrats over industry. JOB losses. Alexis Griff Jenkins, one of the president's first executive order, suspending deportations for 100 days has been put on hold by a federal judge. You. Assistant Judge Drew Tipton, appointed by former President Trump to the Southern District of Texas ruled on a challenge filed by the state, which argued it's a violation of federal statutes and the Constitution to not enforce federal law. The judge criticized binds maneuver made on his first day in the Oval Office writing the January 20 memorandum fails to provide any concrete, reasonable justification. 100 Day Pause on deportation flexes Rick Leventhal. President Biden says the government will buy millions more doses of to Corona virus vaccines, hoping to inoculate 300 million people by late summer, but adding the brutal truth is It's going to take months before we get the majority of Americans vaccinated months. The next few months. Masks. Not vaccines are the best defense against covert 19. The president like in the vaccine distribution to a wartime efforts nearly 4000 deaths in the U. S yesterday blamed on the coronavirus. His point of order that impeaching of former president would be unconstitutional, was defeated by the Senate yesterday. But Kentucky Senator Rand Paul encouraged by the fact that 45 Republican senators voted against proceeding, So what does that mean? It means that impeachment the trialist dead on arrival, Apple says. Check your iPhone and iPad. If your operating system is less than 14.4 updated. Now they've discovered security flaws, which hackers may have exploited. America is listening to Fox News. Hello. Hi. I'm calling on behalf of the mice. Nest mice. N'est? Yes, Mice nest. It's a nest of mice. They finished chewing through your RV wiring, so the fire should start soon. Can we cancel that? Oh, sorry. One scheduled They can't really stop because they're mice. A nest of them. RV owners can schedule when things go wrong on the road..

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"judge drew tipton" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"judge drew tipton" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"In here our voice and represent what we're saying, or we want to make sure we replace you with someone that will represent us. Davis says He's disappointed Trump's campaign calls the mega Patriots and unauthorized committee but he will continue to fight for Trump. With Florida's news. I'm John Conrad. Deportation Order halted lunch at Callahan, Fox News Federal judge temporarily blocking President Biden's announced 100 Day moratorium on deportations. U. S District Judge Drew Tipton, appointed by former President Trump to the Southern District of Texas ruled on a challenge filed by the state, which argued it's a violation of federal statutes and the Constitution. Did not enforce federal law. The judge criticized binds maneuver made on his first day in the Oval Office writing the January 20 memorandum fails to provide any concrete, reasonable justification for a 100 Day pause on deportations, the judge found the Biden administration pause could cause quote, imminent and irreparable harm to Texas. The White House released a statement Saying, We're confident that as the case proceeds, it will be clear that this measure was wholly appropriate boxes. Rick Leventhal president Biden has announced plans to hike vaccine distribution to the states and expects to see 300 million Americans inoculated against the coronavirus by late summer, but says this will be one of the most difficult operational challenges. We've ever undertaken this nation. I've said that before, but I must say it again because we're gonna do. We're gonna everything we can to get it done. But a lot of things can go wrong along the way. President says they're working to buy 100 million additional doses of both of the vaccines that have been approved for emergency use. Senators have been sworn in as impeachment jurors and have tabled a motion by Kentucky Senator Rand Paul to first vote on whether it's constitutional to impeach a president who has already left office. Texas Senator Ted Cruz, telling Fox's Hannity. This is driven really, by the partisan rage and the partisan anger. The Democrats feel they hate Donald J. Trump and and they're engaging in On an act that I think is petty. I think it is retribution. I think it is a vindictive and I think it's a waste of time. Republican senators voting against dismissing Impeachment America is listening to Fox News. From them from the moth beneath on traffic.

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"judge drew tipton" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"judge drew tipton" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Callahan Fox News Federal judge temporarily blocking President Biden's announced 100 Day moratorium on deportations. US sister Judge Drew Tipton, appointed by former President Trump to the southern District of Texas ruled on a challenge filed by the state, which argued it's a violation of federal statutes and the constitution. Cannot enforce federal law. The judge criticized binds maneuver made on his first day in the Oval Office writing the January 20 memorandum fails to provide any concrete, reasonable justification for 100 Day pause on deportations, the judge found the Biden administration pause could cause quote, imminent and irreparable harm to Texas. The White House released a statement Saying, We're confident that as the case proceeds, it will be clear that this measure was wholly appropriate boxes. Rick Leventhal president Biden has announced plans to hike vaccine distribution to the states and expects to see 300 million Americans inoculated against the coronavirus by late summer, but says this will be one of those difficulty operational challenges. We've ever undertaken is the nation. I've said that before, but I must say it again because we're gonna do We're gonna everything we can to get it done. But a lot of things can go wrong along the way. President says they're working to buy 100 million additional doses of both of the vaccines that have been approved for emergency use. Senators have been sworn in as impeachment jurors and have tabled motion by Kentucky Senator Rand Paul to first vote on whether it's constitutional to impeach a president who has already left office. Texas Senator Ted Cruz, telling Fox's Hannity. This is driven really, by the partisan rage and the partisan anger. The Democrats feel they hate Donald J. Trump and and they're engaging in On an act that I think is petty. I think it is retribution. I think it is a vindictive and I think it's a waste of top Republican senators voting against dismissing Impeachment America is listening to Fox News..

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"judge drew tipton" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"judge drew tipton" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Covert, really on covert relief negotiations continue what Schumer says he is prepared to act, with only Democrats support if necessary. Meantime, President Biden using his pen to address some priorities again today, this time in the name of promoting fairness, we've never fully lived up to the founding principles of this nation state the obvious. That all people are created don't have a right to be treated equally throughout their lives. Fox is Kristin Fisher. The White House says that these executive actions are all about racial equity, not racial equality. And to that end, they say that the goal of these executive actions is to root out systemic racism in both federal housing and criminal justice. One executive action ends the Justice Department's use of private prisons. Another directs the Department of Housing and Urban Development to examine the effects of regulatory actions taken. By the Trump Administration. Theoretician didn't stop court fights over immigration today, a federal judge blocking a pause in deportations, at least for now. U S. District Judge Drew Tipton issues a temporary restraining order barring President Biden's 100 Day moratorium on deportations that went into a fact of Friday the order a win for the state of Texas that sued the Department of Homeland Security over the moratorium, and shows that just as Democratic led states and immigration groups fought for President Donald Trump over immigration in courts often successfully, so too will Republicans with Biden in office. Chapman, also Texas argues the moratorium violates federal law by an administration has argued an agreement requiring Homeland Security to consult with states is not enforceable. America's listening to Fox News In our final episode of House of Broken Dreams, you'll learn about some of the wild and false leads The Cassie family has received over the years. She calls me way Got it will go on. Get ready to go get ready to go. I'm like, I'm not going anywhere till you tell me. It's general. Turns out they yanked her right off the street. You have no idea how many times we have been through like those kind of scenarios that People swear they had information available now on apple podcasts from the Fox News Podcasts Network that the Fox News rundown start your day With a contrast of perspectives. You won't hear anywhere else. A daily Morning podcast going far beyond the headlines tapping into the massive reporting resource is of Fox News to provide a full picture of the news of the day. I'm Dana Pary. No, I'm right there. I'm just guitar lesson. I'm Chris Wallace. And this is the Fox News. Down, Listen and subscribe now by going up fox news podcasts dot com 2020 Tokyo Olympics postponed.

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