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"judge ginsberg" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"judge ginsberg" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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"judge ginsberg" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"judge ginsberg" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Up in the Inquisition so far for 10 Wcbm 6 81 800 wcbm 6 80 you can e mail us at the morning drive wcbm dot com or text into the show Using the mobile phone fr producer is Kristen Heydrick over briefly by the way, I think, actually right now, even though most kids air still depending what school you're most guys just doing virtually learning, I think now would be the opportunity. For every school to say, Watch this. This is how it actually works and have the kids sit down and watch this stuff, so they understand what goes on. Because there are moments as you noted Shawn, the Mike Lee 30 minutes Thehe, the Ted Cruz 30 minutes. Some of the other things that happened actually my favorite interchange of the day yesterday. It was Senator Kennedy from Louisiana and she be talking about some of the personal attacks have been launched on her and her Children. Listen to this. Somebody he had professor at Boston University says that because you and your husband have two Children of color That you're a white Communist. The implication is that your racist and that you used your two Children as props. Senator Kenny It was the risk of people saying things like that which would be so hurtful to my family that when I told Senator Graham this morning that my husband and I had to really weigh the costs of this, it was saying deeply offensive and hurtful things, things that are not only hurtful to me but hurtful to my Children. You are my Children who we love and who we brought. Run home and made part of our family and accusations like that are cruel. There they are. So can you go? I'm sorry. I have to go through that. There was a moment the only moment or the entire day yesterday where her calm that began to move just a little bit. You could tell there's a sentence or sentence and a half in the middle of that where you could tell Of the sadness. They paint the anger she felt and having her her and her husband and her Children attacked in that fashion still kick over, But well, that was a classic. Absolutely, You know, it's interesting. I was watching some of the media reaction, especially after the George Floyd The comments, and she talked about her weeping whether China on DH. It has moved. Even the media, Andrea Mitchell said. It was very touching, and she was moved by it. So members of the media Now I think it's over. It's over. They realize it's over. Judge Barry is going to be on the Supreme Court. There's no doubt become just a spirit shortly, so I think when the left wing media is even moved By judge marriage. As I said, just the the grace in the calm of the poise, the intellect. She's a special person really is that it is the first will be the first justice on the court. Currently, that's not from Harvard. Or U. S O issues from obviously Tio. Rhodes College in Memphis, and then she taught, it noted on George Washington, I think is worth not mistaken, so it's a very interesting and we'll see what we see what happens there. But It was also interesting that again, they keep asking for a recusal on obamacare and election. There was no recusal for Elena Kagan. She was, You know, he wasn't a judge at the time. But she was the solicitor arguing for Obama care. So where was her refusal, and I also remember Judge Ginsberg. I was nominated by President Clinton. The Paula Corbin Jones case was currently going through the before the Supreme Court, and she wasn't asked to recused herself. From that case again. It's more of the double standard fromthe left. Well, if it in their double standard, Shawn, That's a very good 0.1 Interesting note. Is that yesterday again? It was interesting that the judge had said that you did not think Ruby Wade. It was a super precedent case. Unlike Brown versus board of Ed, which he called a super president, and she drove away and that I think die if I sold herself at that point on the on the committee, to say the least still to come. We've got lots more sound your calls and comments, e mails, texts. We got crazy, Maisie. We got Spartacus We got What was that? A weird moment from Sheldon Whitehouse yesterday the entire time. 30 minute ran on dark money. I'm thinking, Gee, I wonder if you ever heard of George Soros. And all that money going wonder how much one of the Democrats have, and I should have turned out. The Democrats ever sees around twice. As much brilliant quote, quote a zoo Republicans Cruise laid him out. The driver was Popcorns taste too good At that moment, it was a moment 6 29 25 minutes after the hour and you're listening to.

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"judge ginsberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"judge ginsberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"So what's the date calendar this morning least that were Senator Graham is opening up. I was supposed to be campaigning in South Carolina. I don't know He's in Washington, and then we're going to listen to the Q and a at some point, Lisa Yeah, the idea here. Amy Barrett, who is the nominee for the next Supreme Court space taking over for the late Ruth Bader Ginsberg will take the helm and it really will be the Democrats. That will have their turn questioning her. It is a dicey time to know exactly what tone they're going to take as we head into the final laps of this election season, and we're gonna be taking the Q and a live right now. Let's get some perspective. Kimberly Robinson joining us She's been covering this all Bloomberg law. Supreme Court reporter Kimberly What are you watching today as the Democrats Tryto thread this needle trying to not act sort of outrageous toward her beliefs, but also demonstrate why they think that this is not a good vote to be taking right now. Well, we saw the Democrats yesterday really hit hard on the affordable care act and focusing on a case that the Supreme Court is going to hear the week after the election on really talk about what kind of impact that will have for Americans. If any Cockney Barrett is on the court and vote the way that they think that she will, but we also saw a lot of talk about the process. On DH. How we saw a lot of the Democratic senator saying that this is a sham process will be looking for them to hit on those themes again. But as we've heard, Senator Klobuchar say, yesterday, you know this isn't goingto impact. Whether or not Amy Cockney Barrett is confirmed it most likely really, this nomination is probably going to go through unless there's something really unexpected. Kimberly Robinson with us right now, And also we bring in Lisa Abramowitz because folks hear my knowledge of law is watching Perry Mason reruns and Lisa Brand months and Kimberly Robinson or actually, really, really, really good at this. Lisa places down, but she's like, you know, actually, like In the game on this Can the two of you explain the separation of those that believe in the sanctity of the Constitution is written in the law of John Marshall. Versus those that have treated is a moveable feast across the years. Kimberlee let me start with you. I mean, that's a huge gap, isn't it in constitutional theory? It isn't that we saw in her opening statement, Judge Conti. Barrett really talk about originalism and textual ism. And that's where these things that you're talking about, Really looking at the words and looking at what the law meant at the time that it was past the time that was adopted, rather than looking at what we think that the law means now, what kind of protections we expect? The Constitution to really cover for Americans today, at least, so you were walking down quarters and there was a Posner Richard Posner. Okay. What We're I guess we're no, my bell. You have been saved by the senator himself. Carolina, The gentleman from South Carolina with marble behind him. Ah, in order here and now let us listen to the nominee, Amy. Tony Barrett. And similarly to what I just said about originalism for textual is on the judge. Approaches the text as it was written with the meaning and had at the time and doesn't influence their own meeting into it. But I want to be careful to say that if I'm confirmed you would not be getting justice Scalia you would be getting justice Barritt. And that's so because originalists don't always agree, and neither do textual ist. Justices Scalia and Thomas disagreed. Often enough that my friend, judge Mel's apart, teaches a class. Called Scalia versus Thomas. No, it's not and mechanical exercise. Well, I'll wait till the movie comes out so Bottom line for May is there's a narrative building in this country and again, you can Stand down. This is just me Speaking for May Justice Ginsburg was an iconic figure in American history, just not the law. Choose a trail Blazers she fall for Better conditions for women throughout society. She was unashamedly progressive interpersonal thought she was devout to her faith. She worked for the L U. She was Bradley Pro chose personally, but all of us on this side, apparently when they voted, accepted that she was highly qualified. But I want the American people to know. I think it's okay to be religiously conservative. I think it's okay to be personally pro choice. I think it's okay to live your life in a traditional Catholic fashion. You still be qualified for the Supreme Court? So all the young conservative women out there? This hearing to may is about a place for you. Hope when this is all over that you there will be a place for you at the table. There'll be a spot for you at the Supreme Court, like there was for Judge Ginsberg into President Trump. I don't know if you're listening or not. Picking Judge Barrett. You have publicly said. You find value and all of these characteristics, But beyond anything else you find Judge be Holly qualified. I would say you're one of the greatest picks President Trump could make. And from the conservative side of the owl. You're one of the most qualified people of your generation. Let's talk about Brown versus board of education, because I know Senator Blumenthal will I'm going Talk about that. You said in writings it was a super president. What did you mean? Well in my writings, So as a professor I talked about the doctrine of starry decisis and super precedent is not a doctrinal term that comes from the Supreme Court. And I think maybe and political conversation or in newspapers, people use it different ways..

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"judge ginsberg" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:34 min | 2 years ago

"judge ginsberg" Discussed on WJR 760

"Capital Hell, some of them joining virtually because of the covert 19 threatened some of them already tested positive. But the state was step very early by the ranking member of the Democrat Party. First of all that this is what they call an unseemly Hypocritical process based on the Republicans, actions dating back to merit Garland But Senator Dianne Feinstein she like so many of our colleagues framed this entire process as being about life or death for the affordable care act, really an attempt to fear monger as we are just now 22 days. Before the election. You can call it fearmongering talk about a reasonable warning but saying that's what this is all about. Cut six and filling. Judge Ginsberg See, the stakes are extraordinarily high for the American people, both in the short term and for decades to come. Most importantly, healthcare coverage for millions of Americans is at stake with this nomination. So over the course of these hearings, my colleagues and I will focus on that subject. And boy, did they ever let me give you one more example. This is Senator Sheldon Whitehouse cut 10, this Supreme Court nominee has signaled in the judicial equivalent of all caps. She believes the affordable care act must go and What the president President Protecting the doesn't matter. Senator Whitehouse in others making the case that because this this case is coming up, literally a week after the election Is when the Supreme started take it up that that will be the end of the now There's a lot of legal experts that don't think that's the case that it's not a foregone conclusion because the question at hand is we know that the legislative branch killed the individual mandate. The question before the Koreas with that very critical part of the statute dead. Does that mean that the entire statute is dead or can it move on, albeit in a crippled form? That's what the Supreme Court in general is going to be decided one week after the election, and they believe that a judge any Cockney Barrett is Justice Amy Cockney Barrett. It will put that into jeopardy. Jonathan Turley, the Layla, your law professor was on Fox, and he said something very interesting. If you look at recent decisions about what they call severability Both Justice Cavanaugh and Justice, Roberts have said. In those instances, you have to separate those issues that a part of the law that dies does not mean the whole law dyes. And so he was saying that it's by no means that the Democrats are overstating The vulnerability of the affordable care act. I'm wondering if you process it that way, especially if you have pre existing conditions And we know the president has not yet articulated and doesn't apparently intend to what the replacement to Obamacare will be. Let's get back to our calls Robert in Sterling Heights as we look at this very unusual process. Hello, Robert. Oh, Hello, guy do what would I want to do if I'm gonna bring it casing from the court? I care about what the law is not who the judge is okay, and we had a lot of judges, especially here in Michigan, Cynthia Stevens, who overturned election law. With election not far off. That's not what I want. And another thing is, I think with Democrats have done, they kind of poll tested and focus grouped not to attack around a religion, even though they have in the past. Which he is. She's honestly looks like she's just a good judge well qualified as a matter of fact, in Republicans and many Republicans vote for Kagan and Sotomayor. They didn't make it political, and that was very recently. What they're doing is Cavanaugh courses. They're going along party lines. They know she's qualified. And the Constitution doesn't say President shall nominate. Replacement. It doesn't say he could. Doesn't say he should doesn't say he might want to see shall do it. Yeah, it's not may not in January. 20th 2021, You're correct when you said if the roles were reversed, the absolutely would push somebody through and Joe Biden did not tell us who is justices would be. He's given us the same port. He's saying elect me Then you'll find out my judge. Nominations will be just like Obama care. We have to pass the law, so we find out what's in it. Would you buy a car that way? Would you say I'll give you that? You know 30 $40,000 per car, even though I don't know what it is. Well, and he also won't tell us if he's going to pack the written that such a key constitutional argument in just moments ago when asked about it yet again, he got chip either way, we know joke and get And said, ah, that voters don't have a right to know. When? When asked Don't voters have a right to know? He said. No, they don't well on something so fundamental. I would tell you the focus groups that I've seen coming out of these debates. The one thing they seem to agree on. Is that they want the Democratic ticket to answer that question. As always, Thanks for your call Robert Bob is in Roseville. Oh, excuse me. I didn't see that. Bob has already dropped. Let's go Larry in Rochester Hills with some thoughts on this. Hi, Larry. Yeah, I think what they're going to well let for the Supreme Court justice, whether I like it, Alright, Don't it's constitutional. What I want to know is work over this court. Captain fiasco has come from to me. It sounds like another campaign from Trumpers that will Joseph takes a test for I. Q. He should take a drug test. Now it's a court picking, and it just seems like there's so many obstacles that are thrown up there because they really he's a noble man. He's old. Okay, but he's who we're going to have to select, Possibly And I just think that's court picking it really. It's how do we even know he's going to win the presidency? What? What? How relevant is it to me? That he Would or wouldn't have court pack, which hasn't been done by the way that's certainly between between you and your political.

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"judge ginsberg" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"judge ginsberg" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Slight lease in the Palmetto South Bound your Northwest one on third Street. The Dolphin is moving its speed. No delays on the turnpike Crash Free and Miami Dade and Broward County. That's traffic on his radio 16 w steamy afternoon ahead with showers and thunderstorms likely to pop up brief that 90 degrees and Kendall and 91 in Fort Lauderdale. It is now 11 31. Process of naming a successor to the late Supreme Court. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is under way. The Senate confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court have begun. In his opening statement, Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham responded to Democrats who've said This nomination is too close to the election. The bottom line is justice Skins Berg when asked about this several years ago. Said that a president serves four years, not three. There's nothing unconstitutional about this process. This is a vacancy There's occurred the tragic loss of a great woman. And we're going to fill that vacancy with another great woman, about ranking member Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein of California, says that this moment is too important and filling. Judge Ginsberg seat. The stakes are extraordinarily high for the American people, both in the short term and for decades to come. Judge Barrett will make a case for herself in an opening statement at the end of today's hearing, generally in ABC News. Yes, I'm coming up on 11 30 to President Trump returns to the campaign trail tonight in Sanford Just 10. Days after being confirmed with covered 19 Joe Biden heads to sell Florida tomorrow. In Broward County, one appearance in Miramar, the other in pepper appliance. Both men are definitely slugging it out for Florida's 29 electoral votes, and Thursday's debate in Miami, we know is cancelled. But former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, who advises the president's campaign, says he does want another face to face the president wants. Of course, he wants to debate Joe Biden. He wants to debate him in person. That's what a debate is all about. And if it were to happen, or if it does happen? W we will be sure to bring you coverage. Take a look right now. On Wall Street. The Dow is now ahead. 276 points in 8 20,063 NASDAQ up to 51 as MP ahead by 52 points mornings at noon Mohr Brian, But on the way I Natalie Rodriguez news radio 6 10 W If you think we're.

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"judge ginsberg" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"judge ginsberg" Discussed on KCRW

"Power of Hope and Enduring Love. Time starts Friday on Prime video. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm no well King. Good morning. The Senate has started Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Cockney Barrett, despite worries about Corona virus. Ah, cluster of people who went to the White House nomination ceremony for Judge Barrett got Cove it, including two senators on the Senate Judiciary Committee, which is overseeing the hearings. NPR's Kelsey Snell is following this story. Good morning, Kelsey. Good morning. All right, so these started the hearing started out two hours ago. We've heard from the committee chair Republican Lindsey Graham and the ranking matter member Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein in the past in the past two hours. How were they framing their decision to go ahead with this process? Despite the risk? Well, you know, Democrats are extremely frustrated with the situation. Utah Republican Mike Lee appeared in person 10 days after being diagnosed with covert 19. But he was asymptomatic and says he is following CDC guidelines and has been cleared to appear at the hearing. Many members have chosen to attend this hearing remotely in order to protect themselves or only show up when they're asking questions, and Republicans have largely dismissed any concerns about having these hearings. Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham discussed Democrat accuse Democrats of trying to avoid doing their jobs and slow the hearing down. He was arguing essentially that virtual hearings have been sufficient for Munson should be sufficient. Now Ben Barrett and her family are in attendance. They're wearing masks, and most members who have appeared are also wearing them. The Lee did remove his when he spoke. It's been really interesting to see how they discuss that Sheldon Whitehouse, a Democrat from Rhode Island s o. The hearing was like a microcosm of the country. And he said the president has failed to keep Americans safe. And Graham is failing to do so for the committee. You know, it is a real reminder that this hearing is as much about the political moment with the White House and in the control of the Senate in the balance. As it is about this particular nomination. And then this afternoon. Well here from Judge Barrett. She's going to give Ah kind of opening statement. What will she say? Do we know? Yeah, we have. Ah, NPR obtained a copy of her opening statement, and she talks about the court's being in vital, vital part of enforcing the law. But she said quote courts are not designed to solve every problem or right every wrong in our public life. She talks about how policies should be made by elected political branches of the government and the public should not expect the court to make value judgments. The other branches are intended to make in that statement. She also talks about how she thinks about her rulings. She talks about thinking about it from the other side as if her kids were in the party. She was ruling against and she says she asks herself if she'd understand that the decision was fairly reasoned and grounded in the law. Over the years. She has said she shares the judicial philosophy of former Justice Antonin Scalia, who she clerked for. Will that come up today? Yeah, and it absolutely has. It's been a really big focus for Republicans on the committee. They've talked about legal theory and her academic credentials. They have compared her to Scalia, who if she says, is her mentor. Many have discussed her large family and overall qualifications as a judge. It was interesting to hear Chairman Lindsey Graham at the start of this hearing to make very clear that this hearing really isn't even about trying to determine if Barrett has the votes and Khun B. Confirmed this is what he said. This is probably not about persuading each other unless something really dramatic happens. All Republicans will vote yes, and all Democrats will vote. No. So he's essentially sending it up that there. This is an opportunity to talk about her background. But not really about whether or not people are going to vote for her. Yeah, no, he That's a pretty blunt statement. I miss that one as I was watching. So how are Democrats responding to that? Yeah, they're making it very clear that for them, this is about healthcare and about the future of the affordable care act they've sent for several days at this hearing is their chance to clarify for voters exactly what's at stake in their minds in this election, and with this nomination, here's how Dianne Feinstein, the top Democrat on the committee, put it. And filling Judge Ginsberg seat. The stakes are extraordinarily high for the American people, both in the short term and for decades to come. Most importantly, healthcare coverage for millions of Americans is at stake with this nomination. So, as you can hear, the politics here are inescapable. The stakes are high for both sides and being watched by voters across the country. NPR congressional correspondent Kelsey's now face, Kelsey. Thanks for having me As we've heard, abortion is sure to come up in Judge Barrett's confirmation hearing. So how big of an issue is that this election season? NPR's Daniel Kurtz, Lavon has been talking with Trump voters who say abortion as a political issue this year is complicated. Mary Ludwig is from Watertown in the battleground state of Wisconsin, and she knows exactly how she'll vote.

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"judge ginsberg" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"judge ginsberg" Discussed on KCRW

"Good morning. It's day one of confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. If confirmed, Barrett will solidify the conservative majority on the U. S. Supreme Court on morning edition from NPR News. Democrats don't have the votes to stop barrettes confirmation. So what kinds of questions? Will they ask her? I'm Noelle King and I'm Rachel Martin. Also this hour, we will look closely the issue of abortion How big of a role does it play for Trump Voters later, Steve Inskeep questions the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley about how the military would help ensure a peaceful transfer of power in a contested election. And if you're missing foreign travel in the pandemic. What about a flight to nowhere? It's Monday, October 12 Fox News anchor Chris Wallace is 73 Today. Theme news is next. Life from NPR News in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston. Confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Cockney barrettes nomination to the Supreme Court are underway on Capitol Hill of this hour. In her opening statement, the Senate Judiciary Committee's ranking member, Democrat Dianne Feinstein, said the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg left some very big shoes to fill and filling. Judge Ginsberg seat. The stakes are extraordinarily high for the American people, both in the short term and for decades to come. Most importantly, healthcare coverage for millions of Americans is at stake with this nomination, the Supreme Court is set to hear a legal challenge to the Affordable Care Act next month. In her opening remarks, Judge Barrett is expected to tell the committee that she's forever grateful for Ginsberg's trail blazing path for women but will maintain the perspective of her mentor, the late conservative Justice Antonin Scalia, and apply the law as written. With about three weeks until election day. Both the Trump and biting campaigns are kicking into high gear. NPR's Franco Cardona's reports President Trump will make a campaign stop in Florida today, and former Vice President Joe Biden travels to Ohio President Trump will hold his first rally since being diagnosed with the Corona virus 12 days ago. Polls show the president is behind by clear margins in the Trump campaign is feeling the pressure to make up ground fast, especially after this week's debate was canceled. Meanwhile, Biden is traveling to Ohio State, Trump won by eight points in 2016. Democrats had not been focusing on Ohio. But the map of competitive states has expanded as Biden's prospects have improved. Democrats have also raised a ton of money, so they're able to spend money on ads and sections of Ohio in other areas that have swung away from Democrats. Franco or don't yes. NPR NEWS. Montana continues to report a record spike in the number of new Corona virus infections. Rachel Kramer with Yellowstone public radio reports. While Montana didn't reach 500 Cove in 19 cases until early June, the sparsely populated state has started racking up more than that, on a daily basis. Public health officials say the surgeon covered 19 could overwhelm the state's health care system. If people don't help flatten the curve. Dr. Scott Ellner is the CEO of Billings Clinic if we don't see a downward trend In New Cove in 19 patients. It's really going toe sap. The resource is of not only Yellowstone County, but all of Montana State data shows more counties are at or near capacity for inpatient hospital beds. For NPR News. I'm Rachel Kramer in Bozeman, Montana. Stocks are trading higher on Wall Street At this hour. The Dow is up 218 points the S and P up 41. This is NPR news in Washington. It's 80 for I'm Cherry Glaser with K C R. W News. The Lakers are back on top of the basketball world. They want their 17th N BA championship last night down in the Miami Heat, but celebrations after the game did not go smoothly. Dozens of fans were arrested after a crowd of several 1000 people ignored the pleas of Mayor Eric Garcetti. And gathered its staple center. The celebrations were mostly peaceful, but some partiers reportedly vandalized businesses, police vehicles and city buses. Videos from the scene show police using less lethal projectiles. Celebrants threw fireworks, rocks and bottles at officers. After they were ordered to disperse the CHP shutdown ramps on the 1, 10 and 10 pre ways downtown to keep more people from joining the crowd. Here is what it sounded like outside Staples as the game came to an end. Those cheers quickly turned into salute for late Lakersstar Kobe Bryant, who died along with his daughter and seven others in a helicopter crash in January. Another big celebration took place on Whittier Boulevard in East L. A, prompting the sheriff's department to shut down the street. Fireworks in a honking horns were heard all over the city. Mayor Garcetti and other local officials had urged fans to celebrate at home and avoid large gatherings that could spread the Corona virus. After a weekend that almost felt like fall, it's time to.

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"judge ginsberg" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"judge ginsberg" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The warmer side and we'll see temperatures continue rising this afternoon 85 right now in Pompano Beach, 87 Opal lakha. It's now. 10 02 on Capitol Hill. Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham gaveling of the start of the Senate confirmation hearings for a judge, Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court. In his opening statements. Graham responding to Democrats who've said this nomination is too close to the election. Bottom line is Justice Skins Berg when asked about this several years ago. Said that a president serves four years, not three. There's nothing unconstitutional about this process. This is a vacancy There's occurred there tragic loss of a great woman. And we're going to fill that vacancy with another great woman, ranking member, Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein. On the importance of this moment and filling Judge Ginsberg seat, the stakes are extraordinarily high for the American people. Both in the short term and for decades to come in moments will hear from Barrett and her opening statement with continuing coverage. The Barrett confirmation hearing I'm Dave Packer, ABC News Coming up now on 10 03 President Trump preparing to return to the campaign trail tonight in central Florida, holding a large rally just 10 days after testing positive for covert 19. But as the president prepares to address crowds once again more than 30, other states reporting new rises in cases over the weekend. Public officials once again with the warning bell for Americans to take necessary steps to slow the spread. The case's numbers are rising in large numbers of states for about 35 40 states. As you said hospitalizations were going up. And typically, deaths follow about 2 to 3. Weeks after opposition start rising, and so I am worried the CDC models. All subjects were going to see a lot more deaths in the weeks and months coming. Dr. Asheesh John dean of Brown University School of Public Health there And President Trump will be at Orlando Sanford International Airport tonight at seven o'clock. Joe Biden's returning to South Florida, But Senator Rick Scott says there's not much excitement. There's no grassroots on the democratsside theirs and I don't see signs. I don't see anybody out campaigning. There's nobody out on the job. Biden side So I think Trump's gonna have actually a really nice one in Florida. Really clear politics. Polls give but in an average four point lead in Florida, But Scott says those same polls predicted that he would lose his campaigns. And he says they were wrong three times by it and does have plans to speak tomorrow in Miramar and Pembroke Pines. Exact information has not been released from his camp. And there are three less places you can get tested today for Corona virus. State officials reporting in observance of Columbus Day. There are no tests being administered at hard Rock Stadium, the Miami Beach Convention Center and Holiday Park in Fort Lauderdale. Testing is set to resume tomorrow at those sites. That was trading ahead. 150 points at 7 20,037 NASDAQ Up 148 points and the S and P is up by 29 more to use a 10 30 Brian Mud is next. I'm Natalie Rodriguez News radio 6 10 W Fly from South Florida. Brian Mud Show starts right now. Radio 6 10 W 00 D. The bottom line is Justice Ginsburg when asked about this several years ago Said that a president serves four years, not three. There's nothing unconstitutional about this process. This's a vacancy has occurred. The tragic loss of a great woman. We're going to feel that they could see with another great woman, Lindsey Graham as part of his opening statements just about an hour ago, as the hearing process with the Senate Judiciary Committee is underway for Amy Cockney Barrett. And you do have Hey, somewhat typical set up in there with the social distancing in hand now. One interesting note, one of the senators who tested positive for Cove in 19. Was in question is actually there. In fact, he's speaking right now, Senator Mike Lee of Utah, So it's not just the president that's back out in about A United States senator. Testing positive is there for the hearing. No time missed. As we get going today it is compensating. It is a week away from the start of early voting in Florida. We do have the hearing already underway for What could become justice Barritt. And we have a whole heck of a lot of developments pertaining to the virus itself. And a lot of the discussion about yes, the trends in the polls and Florida I mean, with the president, kicking off his campaign again after having received the all clear from the White House medical staff. He is picking up exactly where he left off right here in Florida. He was going to hold that rally at Sanford two Fridays ago, and he's going to be holding that seven o'clock tonight. It'll be interesting to see not only the president back out on the campaign, but also whether he ends up getting that visit from Puerto Rico Governor Wanda Vasquez. I mentioned this late in the week last week that she actually has come out for President Trump. She wass looking to attend that original rally, and the question now becomes well. Will she be there tonight? That's one way since news media, especially across our state, is not reporting her endorsement. For the president to be able to bypass the media to get her message out about why one of Vasquez believes Puerto Rican and 40 INS should vote for Donald Trump for president. Now about Thie. Confirmation process. The hearing that is now underway. Joining us once again is legal expert and analysts Andy True ceviche Andy Thank you for checking in with us today, the hearing about an hour in and looks like a sign from the mask. It's almost business as usual for a Senate Judiciary Committee considering the United States Supreme Court justice Well, First of all, Brian, thank you for having me again, Always a pleasure talking with you. And it has. But if you've looked watched part of it, you can see where the Democrats are going to go holding up. You know, Children that are sick and the scare tactic of you're going to throw obamacare out. You're going to throw all these pre existing issues out. That's just such a false narrative by Patrick Leahy and Dick Durbin. Um, the issue going up on appeal. Brian is such a narrow issue from the fifth Circuit, The California versus Texas. And that is whether the mandate the individual tax or penalty, whatever you want to call it is constitutional. Obama care has already been ruled constitutional by Chief Justice Roberts and Justice Bharat is the kind of justice whether you're liberal, conservative or independent. You ought to want on the Supreme Court because she will apply the law as written, but she will also respect precedent. That issue's already been decided. The only issue is the individual mandate and issues going around it. And for Dick Durbin to say, and Patrick Leahy to say, just a spare, it's going to do away with pre existing and and and do away with all these LGBTQ rights and when it's right That's just a false narrative. As on the seventh Circuit, she is upheld Vert jury verdicts for women claiming gender discrimination claiming sexual harassment met claiming gender discrimination. She has voted with her opponents. 90 I mean with her colleagues..

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"judge ginsberg" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"judge ginsberg" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"After the election. But this is the number one thing that I've been asked about from viewers in the past couple of days. Well, you've been asked by the viewers who are probably Republicans who don't want me continuing to talk about what they're doing to the court. Right now. It's the voters deserve to know. No, they don't. Fucking places game they don't deserve. This is an election year they were talking about important issues. This is going to change the structure and balance of the federal government making the Supreme Court super Legislature. And completely throwing the checks and balances out of whack, But you don't have a right to know that by the way, one of things buying said over the weekend was that what the president is doing is a violation of the Constitution. Let's go back four whole years to a 2016. This is what Joe Blaine was saying. Then the Constitution says the president shell nominate, not maybe could made me Michel nominee No one is required to vote for the nominee, but in my view are required to give the nominee a hearing and a vote. I spend my policy since I've been the United States Senate, I presided over more Supreme Court nominees in anyone in history, Anyone living And never once even the ones that I've disagreed with have they've been denied a hearing. Yeah, that doesn't apply in Makoni Barrett because, after all, she is Catholic. You know, the kind of a slight little detail they're all right Still to come. We're going to a flashback and hear from Joe Biden what he said about court packing in 1983 and believe, or not Judge Ginsberg posthumously rushing to this interview years ago with NPR. But we're gonna hear what she said about court packing.

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"judge ginsberg" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"judge ginsberg" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"That is going to be the key to what happens in the tropics. Guidance has been hinting that that front stall southeast of us next week and sometime maybe middle later next week. Something tries to get going in the Caribbean move up through the southern Gulf of Mexico as we get into next weekend, talking about the third and the fourth and trying to move north, so we'll see Jimmy. Certainly it does look like we'll get back into favorable conditions not only in the Gulf and the Caribbean for development in the tropics, but also there's going to be area favorable formation also in the Eastern Atlantic, too, so Those two things will watch for mid latter part of next week into next weekend. The first few days here coming up of October, Um and they will see so we'll see what happens. So something. Keep an eye on. I do think that front get south of us. Our next bigger changing temperatures will come. Later in the week. Got it. Thanks very much. We'll talk to next. Darcy then, okay? Well, you've got a handful of senator saying they're not going to participate. They're not going to meet with. Ah, Judge just Barrett. Just call me back. That could be with their own. No. Landon and I can't because I think they think it's an illegitimate process so they cannot question her during these hearings, right? They should not be there. Oh, well, they're going to be like Blumenthal that hypocrite from Connecticut. Oh, he'll be there he'll be He'll be asking dumb questions. And he says he's an attorney's. You know, the attorney general, he used to be a think of the state of Connecticut. This whole thing is ridiculous. You know, Here's the problem. They really have the democratically have this problem. Do you know what Judge Ginsberg really said about this whole thing, she said. The president's term is four years. That's what she said in response to this question about whether or not Someone should be asked you do you don't really know what happened four years ago in Merrick Garland? Yes. Merrick Garland was nominated by President Obama. What Mitch McConnell said Wass and what is true? Does this happen? I think the previous 10 times when there is one One office in the White House is taken by one political party and the Senate by a different one. The Senate has not confirmed the person to the president's put forward. In these kinds of circumstances. And that's what he said. It shouldn't happen that we go through the process, but it's not gonna be you know. It's different now, isn't it than it was then? Regardless do you think the Democrats wouldn't put this forward if the position was reversed? Hypocrites, all of you. Course they Now, What are they going to go after Judge Conti Barrett for she's a woman. They can't do that. She's someone who is Adopted two Children of a different race from a foreign country can go after fruit that she's got seven Seven. Overall, she get total with seven Children She's got all accounts is a very nice marriage is a family person. She is been a scholar. She has won all kind of awards for her teaching abilities at Notre Dame. Well, can we go after her for her religion? Oh, that's right. And that's where they're going, and that's going to be the biggest mistake. You see, I think there are five Catholics on the Supreme Court right now. They never brought that up before. Did they? Did they ever ask a man? Whether or not they can handle the family like that and be a judge of the Supreme Court. Did they ever ask any of them that question? No. The whole thing is just were so filled with hypocrisy right now, and don't even get me started about the president's tax return. Don't even get me started about that, because there's so much to go there. What we will as we go through this morning. I know Manny series. Go. Look what's trending Manny? But you, Jimmy, the FBI arrested two alleged Isis sympathizers here in this country. They're accused of plotting attacks on the White House, Trump Tower and the New York Stock Exchange. The men are alleged to have even studied how to build suicide vest, car bombs or Talked about going to Syria to train before carrying out these attacks. I got more on the arrests and their plans Jimmy on the front page of w dot com. Sorry. Thanks. Maybe we'll come back. We'll talk more about the Supreme Court with the Bills and for our chief national correspondent come up with 6 22 traffic at 6 20 his radio 6 10 W II Odie, grab everything in your laundry basket and take it to zips dry cleaners Right now they have a super hot flash sale going.

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"judge ginsberg" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"judge ginsberg" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Sounded like You sounded like George. Make fly from back to the future, Beth, you'll get your damn hands off her. All right, Dan MK fly Thanks for the call. And thanks for hallucinating on some great hookah or synthetic drug of choice that you're using tonight about packing the courts. The only thing you're going to be packing and that is another bowl of your skunk weed because you's down as high as a kite. Steve Sanchez 702257. 5396. He was nervous as hell Producer in ages here that when he called he goes, I just want you wanted to tell you I hate here. Xiao Yeah, I hate your show. You know here you what are you gonna do when the government is shut down in anything's rank confirmed. Oh, good God. All right, Back to business. Run your next welcome to the program. A Steve, How are you? That was that was a great a man. You Ah, you nailed it on the head. You sounded just like that, dude, a little retarded, but that was Yeah. He was nervous, man. He was nervous. I gotta give the guy a little credit. I get that he was nervous, and his friends were right there. You know, you know the kind of friends the weird science kind of guys from the word science back in the eighties. They're they're saying do it, Dan. Do it call. You could do it. And then now, when they got off the phone, they're like, Yeah. Did you busted his man reporting for duty to be a comedian? You know, e. I don't know you. That was pretty good. I was pretty good. Anyway, I just wanted to put this out here. I apologize for not too much on the topic as Faras is, is AH, Get the judge. What's your name? I pronounce her last name. Ginsberg? Yeah, is that you're talking about Judge Ginsberg. The Ginsburg now now, I was hoping it wouldn't have mattered whether it was a woman or mad, but Ted Cruz Oh, man. That guy would have been genius to put in there. Oh, yeah, I agree with you. Absolutely. I would have gone What's head butt, You know? Politics being what they are run. You've got to do it or you're just going to be, you know, you know, we really got to know Cities burning in America. What? I want to get your opinion on this. And it kind of scares me really quick, because I know you have other calls, but no, no. Take your time. Good. You're good. Okay. Okay. Well, I haven't called you in a while. And but I wanted to know what you would think about this. Now. They say that the election is going to be really close. Okay, so and and they were talking about it if it is possibly really close, and it draws on for 23 months. Um, you know, and Nancy Pelosi gets in there. She could ruin the country in one week just didn't do into two and three months. What do you know? You're right that that concerns me a lot, and she would have the The privilege of the executive order in her hand, and you're sure you're absolutely correct, mean? Yeah. And you know the Debs are going to fight her on that. I mean,.

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"judge ginsberg" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

06:17 min | 2 years ago

"judge ginsberg" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Dobel. Let's spend a moment or two on Judge Barrett. She's now allegedly. There's some liberals that have said that she purposely adopted these Haitian Children knowing it would be an ambulance or sword. To protect her from charges of racism and that this is cultural misappropriation on the's kid's Got to be raid raises Haitians in South Bend, Indiana, and I'm watching the uterus is going to be a national symbol, and I'm going. What the hell is going on? Before we talk about the new George Floyd and the taxes and the debates? What's your take on the liberals and their definition of this fine woman? Well, look, I've said it on Twitter and on parlor, my new favorite place to communicate parlor on Facebook. I said that I I love this because soon is that gonna be a Catholic in America Voting Democrat there just destroying their relationship Democrats with any Catholic in America. She's obviously a wonderful woman. She's obviously a great wife. He's obviously one of the best mothers in America. She's got seven kids. One of them is special needs. Two of them are black, adopted from 80. She didn't adopt Children from 80 years ago. Going should be up to the Supreme Court. Ridiculous thing I've ever heard in my life. And you know, here it is, If you're white and your kids or yours and white, your racist if you're white, you Dr Black kids, You must be someone who's just doing it. You know, Tio, get a great new job someday a promotion What It is that she's a nice woman. What is she like Mother Teresa, For God's sakes. He's a saint. And there was an article I forget, which I think was a politico. It was an article by a very liberal lawyer and law professor from Notre Dame. Who knows her? Well, that basically said Hey, liberals, don't worry about her. She's the most wonderful woman you've ever met in your life. I may not agree with anything she does politically, but I think she'll be very fair and she's a great woman. And she's so sensitive and so nice and so caring. I think that you know, kind of filtering every decision she makes. Anybody could see it who wasn't blind, But she was the perfect choice and they're not gonna be able to denigrate her. And if they do, try and integrated, which they are obviously trying, they're gonna on Lee hurt themselves. Democrats. Party is on fire right now, and they're going down in an explosion. I'm telling you, they're no good, rotten to the quarter. They're evil. They're in bed with the devil and anybody could see it well, the other thing Judge Ginsberg to use the notorious Ruth Bader Ginsburg on this argument, she said that there must be nine justices and this is in reference. Tio Tio married Garland. But nonetheless, she said, Even if it's an election year, the president selected for four years, not three or 3.5, and so you want to take the words and notorious RBG in order to use against the Democrats and toe Watch what's happening. As you know, I'm a practising Roman Catholic and I may I say, have many Catholic friends, and they are outraged at the idea. That Catholicism's not put the rest in 1960 with John F. Kennedy anyway, Maybe he was a Catholic in name only when you read about the kind of stuff that he did, especially in West Virginia, But nonetheless, this is the real deal. She actually and she is not a cafeteria, Catholic picking juicing. She believes in the faith. She's a strong as Catholic as Ginsberg was a Jew now they never can you imagine when our during her confirmation hearings if somebody would have brought up the idea that she's a devout Two and how that was disqualifying. What? What would the world have done? Yeah, well, you know what the world would have done, it would have exploded. It would have gone off its axis. And that's what liberals do. Liberals are always going off their access. They're all crazy. You know that big news story. Today. It's actually veered away from Ginsberg. Big news story. Today's about Trump's taxes Your times as a elusive first of all, it isn't your time. Really gonna hold 20 years of Trump's tax? Is that criminal? That's the first thing trumps the criminal here, the criminal you have no right to get a hold of people's private iris. Arms and a return on anybody who gave it to you at the IRS should go to jail for the next 20 years and break rocks with your time for accepting it should break rocks in a prison cell. Their editors and publishers. The on ly crime committed is to get someone's personal tax returns. That's a crime if Trump didn't say a lot of taxes, and I heard this lying story, but Mitt Romney by my former senator, biggest liar and crook, ever Harry Reid, who lied about that a swell everything else his mouth ever open. It was always alive and well. Mommy never paid taxes ever for 10 years, 20 years total I made it up is probably made Oppa's well, Trump says. Totally made up. No matter how you cut it, trumpets paid millions and millions tens of millions, probably hundreds of millions in taxes. Well, the average liberal phase $2000 a year trump his lifetime is paid maybe a billion dollars in taxes. When you add up income taxes, stating objective property taxes, sales tax and how about payroll taxes and all the thousands of employees over the years I have a business corporate And if there were years re paid very little or none that I made, you know, Let's assume that's true. If there were years repay very little or none guess what he legally a very little or none that there's nothing wrong with paying no taxes in America. If the law says you could deduct, and you do and you get real estates appreciation on business expenses. It's completely legal and completely fair. Got nothing on him. They're desperate, and they got nothing. But I'll tell you what my good friend has. Adam Bradley Burke and cell. Do you know that name Bill? No. Okay, So do you remember a few years back about 10? Years ago, There was a huge scandal with people keeping all their money offshore in Switzerland. U B s Thank he's the guy that broke the scandal. He was the actual banker that broke the scandal and brought it to the United States Department of Justice Washington See and said, I'm going to bring you guys 25 to $50 billion the illegal offshore money from all the richest people in America hiding their money in my bank, and he brought it to him that he brought them 19,000 names. My buddy, he brought a knife. 18,000 names of tax cheats. At the time. Obama was president Hillary with Secretary of State and Biden VP. And you know what? The Democratic Party probably did literally took that list of 19,000 and scrubbed it deleted all the name's Bradley told me of every big Democrat donors. They wouldn't go to jail for tax evasion. Got the list out only 4000 names of people who are completely unconnected had nothing to do with politics. And they made them their sacrificial lambs.

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"judge ginsberg" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"judge ginsberg" Discussed on WTOP

"Passed for 95 What's left of the crashes sitting safely over on the right shoulder, not causing a delay. Now you'll find the Beltway's getting slower, topside outer loop around New Hampshire toward George Avenue. We've got delays building in Greenbelt. We'd had reports of a crash north on the Baltimore Washington Parkway just after the Beltway. So do be cautious. We got a little slow down, you'll also find the icy sea headed in the eastbound direction. Leaving Les Hill Road headed toward New Hampshire Avenue got reports of a vehicle fire had word of a brushfire Central Avenue up near 1 93. The reported crash in Brandywine was on three or one North found up near Mata Peak Business Drive and on Bradley Boulevard near Huntington Park. Way out in Bethesda, Montgomery County authorities potentially dealing with a crash with an overturned vehicle they will find We're in good shape through Prince George's County Beltway in a loop. Even college Park all the way down to the Woodrow Wilson Bridge and back should find your lanes open to 70 looking just his good south at a Frederick headed toward the lane Divide. Traffic's moving very well. You will find we're in good shape downtown. No big worries across the freeway were heavy crossing the 14th Street Bridge headed toward Lafont Plaza. De Si Tu 95 is a bit heavy as well. Burrows Avenue towards Capitol Street. Closures in the district around a judge Ginsberg Justice Ginsburg, lying in repose. First Street Northeast closed between Constitution Avenue and Independence Avenue and these Capitol streets blocked between 1st and 2nd Street southeast in Virginia. Traffic starting to get a little heavier now on 95 going north bound Dale City coming into Woodbridge. And again through Newington. 3 95 have been wide open but again heavy to cross the 14th beltways fine between Alexandria and McClane, 66 looking good going east at Manassas all the way to Rosalind. Checking the West on 66 just after the Beltway. We did have word of a vehicle that was broken down and reported to have been along the right side. Javitz brought to you by Navy Federal Credit Union proud to serve members of the armed forces. D'oh, D'oh veterans and their families are members are the mission..

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"judge ginsberg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"judge ginsberg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We go with Tim in west Roxbury up next to him. Thank you for calling in your next attack will hit him idea in great E a minha tryto go all over the place. But I can't help but most awhile, But anyway, the guy just before was honest, you know? We're moving lesson orders when you knew what Judge Ginsberg said clears that, But we're really got me going. Wass general brought up the idea of trying to get the Constitution. Across the people again and understand What the Supreme Court supposed redoing and mostly just looking at Wallace doesn't make front to the Constitution, or does it Is a great day. I always refer to our judge Judy because he notices his four corners there. That's the contract. Definite Constitution's a contract amongst the state. They stay there. Like anybody else You take a contract up with doesn't go beyond it and decided to get somebody to fix your house and start doing all this other stuff. Could say, Well, no And it's really a lack of ah, our educational system because what we know what has waters and then we step into this world was common war and that's what the Western cultures built upon and you're going to discovery of it all. That's all. It is his discovery. Re going. I think you're right. And kids don't look even worse than that. We're going to talk later on millennials by incredible numbers have no clue about what the Holocaust Waas so I mean, they're not teaching the Constitution. They're not teaching history. I mean, there are laws that have passed that that the The judges have to kind of look at and they and they look at legislative history. So there was an argument. There's some interpretation every every every case that they look at. It's not It's their call, You know, I think it's John Roberts said that his his job is to call balls and strikes. But you know as well as I do that in baseball, sometimes as a pitch, it looks like a strike. And.

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"judge ginsberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:51 min | 2 years ago

"judge ginsberg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is bounds of everybody in the world as one common enemy, and that's win the war against the virus. First thing you do is medical confessionals T that a continued with the world of politics leads the world of business. Priority is health and wellbeing and lives of the American people want a way are continuing. Our most potent weapon roll courage of the American people balance of David Western on Bloomberg Radio Way have lost a towering figure in the law, and her passing puts into question the future of the Supreme Court the outcome of the elections. And raises questions about the very fabric of our constitution from New York. Welcome to the second hour of Bloomberg balance of power. I'm David Western Word came late Friday, The Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, had passed away from pancreatic cancer at the age of 87. Her 27 years on the high court were marked by landmark majority opinions and influential Descents. District of Columbia representing Eleanor Holmes. Norton was a close friend of Justice Ginsburg and she introduced then Judge Ginsberg at her hearing to be confirmed a Supreme Court justice before the Senate Judiciary Committee back in 1993 as a judge. Ruth Ginsburg has not only resolved hard cases she has contributed to legal theory and made collegiate ality among judges and its effect on the law. A new and fascinating subject of scrutiny. Those who have expected great things of Ruth Ginsberg have always gotten what they bargained for. Count on Justice Ginsburg to keep that on broken record. To talk about Justice Ginsburg and her legacy will come now, representative Eleanor Holmes Norton. So first of all represented my condolences, because I know you were very close to her for a very long period time. She was a terrible loss to all of us, but particularly to those like you who are close to her. I'm sorry for your loss. Thank you. Thank you very much. So I want to talk, not just about your friendship, but your work together because you were at the jail you when she was working there, she founded the women's project there. On. I got to see her first argue one of those cases before the Supreme Court back in 1978 79 on. I think people just think of her as approved Supreme Court justice. She had a remarkable body work long before she was a judge. She did, and one looking at her legacy may find that that body of work As a lawyer, I cz more important in some ways, then her work. As a justice because as a justice She was often in descent, whereas at the sale you when I was assistant legal director He Waas, a non salaried. Leader indeed a founder off the new women's rights project. The reason I think that body of work maybe more important than even her work on The court is that she Argued. Six cases involving equality for women and men. Before the Supreme Court and won five of them. And when I say for women and men, one of them Waas, a case involving male caregivers who were not given, given the second benefits as women care givers. Showing. I think that she meant what she said. When She said. Equality was for everybody and women hadn't achieved it. But that body of work Stands today. On may make her believe makes her the only Supreme Court justice who has a body of work. Prior to coming to accord of such great significant and one of the tricks that history sometimes complain it is, we assume it was always. Thus it's hard to put ourselves back in the 19 sixties. And understand that at the time, it was far from clear that the protection clause would apply to women, and she had to persuade a group of elderly white men in the Supreme Court led by Warren Burger. But in fact it did. And she succeeded. I mean, it was the Burger Court. People tend to think of it more conservative. But in fact was the Burger Court who said Yes, there is an application of the equal protection clause to women. What do you think about it that late? Justice again. We're Justice Ginsburg as a lawyer, is arguing that the 14th amendment equal protection clause applies to women. And I say that Lake because remember that for for for Almost a century. The court has had at least held that the Equal Protection Clause applied first two black man and into black women, but no one had ever held. That equal protection. Is a protection for women as well as men. And as you say, we take that for granted, but that was one of her most important decisions. Let's talk about where we go next. Obviously, there's a lot of uncertainty about the process for appointing a successor. Toe Justice Ginsburg how fast it'll be done whether it'll be rush. What comes next. Well, how will her legacy continue on a court that frankly, has changed quite a bit in the last 27 years? Well, I think the only part of her legacy that will rightly continue Is that President said he will appoint a woman But Beyond that. I think they're going to have a very hard time. Ah, appoint somebody in getting through the process. That process requires that the nominee go and first visit with members of the Senate. Have a Senate hearing. Have the deliberations then? Taken into account for some time. Before you were able to go to the Senate floor, too. Boat out someone and you already have heard two senators. Say they will not indeed. Um, participate until after the election. That face that it's much too close to an election. The Republicans know it when they refused 10 months before the election. To take on a Senate nominee ofthe president Obama, America land and now, ah, literally only about three weeks before an election. They want to rush through a nominee..

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"judge ginsberg" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"judge ginsberg" Discussed on KTOK

"S Senate and said Senator Reid quote. You're going to regret this, and you may regret this a lot sooner than you think. My gosh, was that prophetic? Is up to that point. You had to get some of the other party go along with some. But at that point Dirty Harry Reid and Obama said the hell with all the Republicans way of like 56 Democrats. At that point we're not having the Republicans had come along. We will use the nuclear option. So when you think about seven years and not really that long, particularly when it seems like 2020 has been going on for about seven years, so the Democrats are the ones now enjoying the chickens coming home to roost. The Democrats seven years ago changed the rule. To take it from 60 to 50. Democrats did this and Mitch McConnell said at the time. Don't do it. You're gonna ruin Senate Collegiate ality, which, of course they have done. So, at this point, you have a party. The Republican Party controls the Senate, and it controls the presidency. In the past 17 of 19 U. S. Supreme Court nominees were confirmed in the last year of a president's term when the party of the Senate is the same as the party of the president. It happens all the time. Doesn't stop his, Ruth Bader Ginsburg said in 2016 of president doesn't stop becoming or being the president during the last year of his term. Of course. If Judge Barbara Lagoa 52 years old from Florida. Columbia law sitting now on the circuit Court of Appeals would be selected. It's harder for the Democrats. Believe it or not to attack a qualified Hispanic as opposed to a qualified practising Roman Catholic judge like Amy Cockney, barren, She would be wonderful. She should have been selected for Kevin all seat. Accept the deal. Deal was made. This will come out in a few years. There was a secondary sideway conversation. Between Justice Anthony Kennedy and the president. And Kennedy. Didn't have to step down. When he did. He had a year or two left in it. Maybe three or four. Maria. It left. And so, But Kennedy had the foresight thinking, Okay, we got a Republican Senate. We got, of course, the Republican president And I got my good friend Brett Kavanaugh. All who's been my law clerk friendly with me for a long time. I want him to take my place. So he headed to the president. I will step down. If you select Red Cavanaugh, So the president wanted to take Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. But because of the deal deal Things happened differently. Kennedy stepped down here comes spread, Kevin All he gets confirmed. I think 51 votes was the final so Ruth Bader Ginsburg could have named her successor. All she needed to do is what Kennedy had the foresight to do, and that is and the last say the seventh year. Of Obama's term. The seventh year would have been 2015 5 years ago. She was 82 years old. Should survive several bouts with the most serious cancer, which is colder, rectal and also pancreatic cancer. She had survived pancreatic cancer since 2009. She contracted colorectal cancer in 1999, which only six years after she was she was named to the court. And so if in 2015 in the seventh year, or the third year of a second term Of Ruth Bader Ginsberg had gone to Barack Hussein, Obama said. Mr President, I'm thinking about stepping down. If you would select then she could select Any other A C L U attorney that she wanted to select. I'm sure it would have been a female and there were many qualified fact. The Democratic Party, Hinton and Road please step down. Because there's a possibility after Obama's failures in office that the Republican whoever it might be. I was gonna win in 2016. So, Judge Ginsberg. Why risk that step down? You're 83 years old. You have serious cancer. You have two adults. Children have some beautiful grandchildren soon. Some great grandchildren. You are the notorious RBG. You've done everything that you could do in the law, And at that point, she would have been serving at that point about 2023 years. 23 years on the US Supreme Court with cancer. Why not give it to someone 30 years younger who thinks like you? But she's no no, no, I'm not going to do it and the reason she didn't want to do it, according to need a Totenberg of NPR and said she wanted a female president Hillary Clinton. To accept the resignation of Ruth Bader Ginsberg. And then to at that point select someone like her philosophy who would sit there for 30 years, says she rolled the dice. And the dices came up. Snake eyes goes instead of Hillary Clinton winning in 26, which everyone knew. Right, Danny, Danny Gleason. Everybody know Trump was unelectable. So how much of a bet wasn't for Ruth Bader Ginsburg to say You know what You know what I'm going to roll the dice. And I'm going to assume that Hillary Clinton will be the first female president to appoint a successor to the greatest female justice in American history. By her perspective. And she was wrong. She was wrong in 2015 and the third of the second or the seventh year of two terms, Obama would have been extremely receptive. Teo picking for the court Anyone.

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"judge ginsberg" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

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"judge ginsberg" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

"Because be an ongoing conversation but I I see people doing this or stop like you I get it but nobody's. Ever, have the candidate that you know like. Allama trikes. Shit is fucking garbage. Can I tell a fun story. To tell to that's on the. Office yeah. Let's. Let's close after that. Let's let's do your thing and then we'll we'll do storefronts. There is I know somebody who has to promote a record at the moment and. The publicist said, we've got some you know there's people that want to talk to you about politics and this person just said, can't do it. and. This is a political person. So there's no reason why they wouldn't except for the actual fact which is hey. There's no way that I can tell a bunch of very ramped up angry fucking twenty year olds to vote Biden. But Voting Biden is literally all I can tell a person. So if it how crazy is that that you can't talk about your like the clear politics of the day because your audience is people that will go oh, what a fucking sellout what a neo liberal, what a fucking Schill and how insane is that that you just saying hey. There's a clear mandate to to to get trump out of here regardless of what your your further sentiments are. You can further those on your own time we have to address this, and if you say that you're getting killed out here by the person that's getting fucking twitter clout from say some more extreme. That's right. So so the big point that I think we're all circling around that's To, to show intelligent and maturity in political landscape. is to understand there's never going to be a candidate. I, say this. Let me underline it never. Never. Going to be a candidate that fully represents you and your personal beliefs that if you want that go ahead and run for office because you're the only person who can do that. That said. You can certainly move the needle towards the things you want, and while I don't think there's a single person on this podcast who things. Biden. Is A is a high high functioning person who I think would really help my life. More than just maintaining. or or at least not just cratering Civilized. Discourse. He's moving the needle at least towards what we want and Yeah. Just just believe that instead of throwing a tantrum being like this doesn't represent me fully well, nothing fucking will still or orbiting ready to sit in the fucking fire with me, right? Home of some of us. PK's not wrong like. My lifestyle, my circumstances are not going to be that different. Because of the fucking where I and shoddy right. But but they, they certainly could be crazier because you'll we we're checking the travel to Europe every couple of weeks because it's like, yeah. Maybe we'll just get OUTTA here this fall. You know imagined we're not allowed to go anywhere. How fucked up is that? To thinks you're also voting for. Judge Ginsberg's replacement YUP which is fucking BIGGER UNEVEN Isn't necessarily just her so so So the idea and sorry for everybody that's like super political and his like what's up with these fucking basic estee to. Takes, well, guess what there's a lot of basic gas people that lie that don't know a lot of things about politics and could just benefit from like hearing somebody very plainly say, Hey, there will be one there one, hundred percent what the there is no doubt..

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