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"judge ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Dean Richards today 21. So Oprah was busy yesterday, wasn't she? Yeah. A lot of people in Texas were probably surprised when their phones ring and somebody on the other end was going. Are you voting? You know, doing her Oprah thing? She was a cold calling people in Texas. Reminding them Tio get out in a vote. You know, because early voting, I guess has just started in the state of Texas. So you reminded people about that, but also reminding people That you know, in November, 3rd is the day to get out there. She is working with Beto O'Rourke ce organization that's called power by the people. But, she says, Since you can't go and literally knock on people's doors, she is literally pick up picking up the phone. I am calling people to remind them to vote and I hope giving people cars it's Oprah will recall our union vote. Good. You get a car. I'd like to get a recording of all the people who say Yeah, sure it's open. Hey, surely I know it's usually who is this really? Eso. We've got something new to watch on Amazon Prime Don't leave. We will starting in December If the deal goes through which it is expected to happen, the much anticipated sequel to Eddie Murphy's coming to America. Which they made last year. This is before covert 19. So the movie's done and ready to go in the original intention was to Release it in theaters. But since we don't know when that may happen, Paramount Pictures is in the process of selling the movie. To Amazon studios for $125 million so they could get their money back. And if that goes through, and I'd be shocked if it didn't the movie will then begin streaming on December the 18th so right before Christmas time. Be able to watch this movie in which Eddie Murphy is back with Arsenio Hall. And James Earl Jones, playing his father from the 1988 original. Tracy Morgan is in the new movie Leslie Jones, Wesley Snipes and lots of very familiar faces, and I am really looking forward to seeing the movie. The trial of the Chicago Seven is available on demand this weekend. It is on Friday. It'll be on Netflix. It is in theaters right now, because that's how you get Academy Award. Credit eligibility, and this one is definitely going to get some Academy Award notice when the nominations come out for that. This is the story of The trial that came out of the 1968 Democratic convention that took place. Down at the then Conrad Hilton Hotel and in Grant Park, right in front of it and up and down Michigan Avenue when the Chicago police reacted to all the people who came to town to protest the war in Vietnam. Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, Bobby Seale, Tom Hayden, the seven of them who the leaders of the protest. We went on trial for conspiracy in front of Judge Julius Hoffman. And were defended by a lawyer, William Counselor. I've seen the movie. It is really good, and I'm going to be highly recommending it when I tell you about movies. On Friday. But playing Jerry Rubin in this movie is actor Jeremy Strong, You may know him, probably most recently from the TV show succession. Just wanna Nembe award for that, and I talked to him and the cast on a zoom. Jeremy telling me that they came back to where the actual riots took place to do the filming. For much of this movie. We filmed that Chicago. We came to Chicago last October and we shot as you probably know on Michigan and Balbo and we shot outside the Hilton and we shot in Grant Park, and we shot around the Logan statue. And by the time we arrive, those places had all become very really for me, um, and to be there with the Chicago Police department. Often many of whom were Children of police officers who have been there in 1968. It was very it was very heavy and to be marching down those streets. Chanting No justice, no peace, chanting the people! United will never be defeated and then over the past few months to discover ourselves changing those same things again in cities all over America on a much happier note. Congratulations on the Emmy win couldn't be happier for you. Thank you. I fully expected to see your Emmy statue someplace. No. Yeah, no. What's the matter with these people? They win Emmy Awards and Oscar's They do the zoom calls And, you know, then they have, like a plant sitting behind Ryan. Oscar. That's I wouldn't go on Edward around my neck. Course you would. Yeah. And I know you saw the trial of the Chicago Seven but apparently You coughed and missed. Ah, my voice in the movie because in the scene where there's a gaggle of reporters around Abbie Hoffman, there are many, many voices layered in and one of the voices is me saying something along the line. I Joe, Do we have the Abbie over here? WG and radio? Can I get a comment? There you go. That's the line I recorded for the movie. And that's in there, but you gotta listen very carefully to Abby. Abby. Will you come in here for W g n? That's my role, Don't they not put you in the zoom call with such a barren cockney. I should be. I should be talkin the movie up around the country. Yeah, guy who plays lovely Jian, Reporter Zoom. Call his voice. You barely here. I'm gonna call Netflix lay around. With a great deal of outrage that that was not made available. You have something to say. W GM, right? That's enough. Yeah, I did a few takes. They used one of Don't worry, Dean. I mentioned you in my Oscar acceptance speech for an experienced voice over that I was a little little mad that You think in one scene they could have had a television on in the background with victory out a record that is there anything more points? Essentially Chicago in the now I don't think Marco our mystery guest coming up after the 8 30 News. Nice prize if you can identify a well known mystery guest, no hints, forecaster previews. In the words of Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. But that's coming up after the news, which is coming up in less than two This might look like a normal job. But it's not when hackers infiltrate networks.
"judge ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"8971 s a G e triple 89717243. Ariel, that really affected a comedy? Because this is all about Roe v. Wade. Speaking of which Mike Lee went on, I thought of really good monologue. About why the left. It's all up in arms over the possibility of Roe v. Wade being overturned. Because they're not confident about their legislative position, because word to be overturning goes back to the democratic processes. To the states where it belongs. It will be debated on a 50 state basis. And apparently, many people on the left are Insecure about their ability to win that argument politically. As I've told you many times. Before Roe v. Wade. Abortion was pretty much available on demand for roughly 70% of our nation's population. And there's no reason to believe that, if and when Ravi Wade is overturned, will guarantee that will be At left wing state by California York was suddenly become Different states when it comes to the issue of abortion. Are you kidding me? And I've said this many times. I don't understand. People on the left. Why do you want a really, really big government, A government involved in education, the federal level government involving health care the federal government involved in retirement, the federal level government involved In welfare at the federal level, because when a person comes in that you hate like Donald Trump. Amy's Donald Trump has farm or Of a You'll get to play with To alter society. Don't you think it's better for government to be very, very small, so that when there's a change of government The things that he or she will do will affect the handful of things at federal government's supposed to do, most notably national defense. And therefore would have all this anger be at each other's throats were having these kinds of issues. Abortion wasn't contentious like this until roll, the weight nationalized an outlaw every single abortion law and at every single state what gave the federal government the right to do that? And to set us against each other like this. Same thing with health care. Now we have this massive health care system getting every ever bigger because Obama care has been repealed. Just the mandate has All the other apparatus Still there. So the government get more and more entrenched in health care, because more and more political issue As it is in great Britain. Every single election. The British National Health Institute Healthcare System is a contentious effort contentious issue this party want to do this. This party wanted to that. Why should it be involved in government at all? Because it is a commodity after all. Something it gets better with competition. Quality gets better Prices get better Accessibility gets better. We've interfered with it. We've regulated it to the point where it's almost unrecognizable. We're half of our health care dollar spent by government and as a result, you have this cock eyed, inefficient system that we have. And still Compared to the socialist system that we compete against ours is better than theirs. Now, as these confirmation hearings are going on We're getting a very powerful reminder how important alliance defending freedom is to you, me and everybody in our country were going to speak to an attorney with a lion defending freedom next hour. Missouri Senator Josh Holly. Has fed up with the veil references to her Catholic faith. And he said, it's time for Americans to stand up for religious freedom. And I would just say to my Democrat colleagues these years now this pattern and practice as we say in the law of religious bigotry, because that's what it is. When you tell somebody that they're too Catholic to be on the bench. When you tell them they're going to be a Catholic judge, not an American judge. That's bigotry. The pattern and practice of bigotry from members of this committee must stop and I would expect that it be renounced. An alliance. Defending freedom is Theo organization that is leading the fight, standing up for students for church members for small businesses for anybody who faces discrimination because of his or her faith. An ADF provides a legal help pro bono to the litigate with account on donation from us so they can continue to do that. So please go to my website Larry elder dot com You'll see at the very top the A T F banner. And make your donation Whatever you could do or you can phone it in triple 8670 15 99 triple 8670 15 99. The judge who will soon in my opinion, be a justice Amy Cockney Barrett. Of course, asked to give her opinion about roly wait, give her opinion about abortion. And, you know, you know, you know that the nominee is not going to do that. They always ask. The nominee never says the nominee always invokes with what has been known as the Ginsburg rule. And that is no hints. No, no advance warnings. No sign. No slight. I can't if it's a case about ready to come up. I have to wait until there's an actual case between two litigants. I resolved that case. Based upon the law based upon the race based upon this questions I had with my colleagues. That's how I decide. I can't say it in an event Well, Ginsberg said that she was pro choice, and, but Ginsberg's also the one who invoked the so called Ginsberg rule. Here's what Ginsberg said. You are well aware. That I come to this proceeding. To be judged as a judge, not as an advocate. This is Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. 1993 later become justice with Baby Ginsberg because I am and hope to continue to be a judge. It would be wrong. For me to say, but to preview in this legislative chamber How I would cast my vote. On questions. The Supreme Court May be called upon to decide now. When Amy Cockney, Barrett said the same thing two giant finds dying the I think she's the ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee. It's very disappointing that you won't give an answer. It's just very disappointing that you won't give an answer. Senator Blumenthal is very disappointing. You won't give an answer just very disappointing. Well, Rupert a. Ginsburg said in 1993. Were I to rehearse here? What I would say. How I would reason on such questions. I.
Amy Coney Barrett: Senate opens hearing into Trump Supreme Court pick
"Hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett get underway this morning. Technically in about 15 minutes. The conservative judges, a federal judge from Indiana. She would replace the late Liberal Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Judge Barrett is scheduled to deliver her opening statement about seven o'clock this morning, and it will let you hear it live President Trump's
"judge ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Due to construction with 15 minute full stops. Until 7 a.m. a swell president. Trump's main doctor says in a health update last night that the medical team treating the president is cautiously optimistic, but also notes the president is not yet out of the woods. Medical experts say the disease caused by covert 19 can become more dangerous as the body response to the infection overtime in the video Saturday from his hospital quarters. Trump says he's feeling better. I'll be back. I think I'll be back soon, and I look forward to finishing up the campaign. The way it was started in the way we've been doing the kind of numbers that we've been doing. We've been so proud of it. Trump is expected to remain at Walter Reed Medical Center for several more days. Another member of Trump's inner circle Assess it positive for the Corona virus. Nicholas Luna is trumps personal assistant and accompanies him day and night, holding papers and helping keep his schedule. He company Trump on this trip to Cleveland for the presidential debate on Tuesday and was also aboard Air Force One on the Minnesota trip Wednesday when hope Hicks first began experiencing symptoms. After multiple senators has a positive for the Corona virus. Senate Republicans want to cancel legislative work until October 19th but majority leader Mitch McConnell said yesterday Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Cockney Barrett are still set to begin on Monday. October 12th NEWS NATIONS Bernal Tumulty has Mohr that pushed to delay the Senate's return while still moving forward with the Barrette hearings isn't sitting well with Democrats who've been critical. Off the president's pick to fill the seat vacated last month by Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Barrett will be Trump's third nominee to the court. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer tweeting today. If it's too reckless and dangerous to have the Senate in session, it's too reckless and dangerous for the committee hearings to continue. McCollum's request for a two week delay requires Democrats to agree. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says the outbreak in Washington proves that Corona virus is still a threat to national security. He pushed for a national mask mandate during a virtual town hall yesterday. It's a patriotic duty to wear a mask. You do it not just to protect yourself with to protect one another. We have to do so much more to step up to get this virus under control. We need to take science, the science of fighting this disease seriously, if we're going to save lives Biden also called out the Department of Transportation, saying it quote stupidly rejected a petition recording masks on public transportation. A U. S senator from Wisconsin is positive for covert 19 Republican Ron Johnson tested positive Friday have to be exposed to someone with the disease while he was in Washington, DC, sometime after September. 29th Johnson had already spent 14 days in quarantine after being exposed in mid September. Yesterday, the senator said he feels fine has no symptoms. Implants to remain isolated until he's given the all clear by his doctors. Will there be an extension for absentee ballots? In Wisconsin? The Legion's Roger Bad Ish explains. The Wisconsin Supreme Court will decide on whether the Republican controlled Legislature has standing to challenge the ruling by federal court. Federal ruling in question extends the period that absentee ballots can be counted until November. 9th court ordered legal responses to be submitted Monday. The appeals court said it wants to have a final decision by no later than next week. The election is four weeks away. Roger Banished w G M news. 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"judge ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I'm not a sitting judge. I'm not bailing by the candidate judicial ethics so I can speak my mind on the great public questions of the day. Judges obviously cannot just like Justice Kagan and Justice Sotomayor, President Obama's picks to the Supreme Court did not either Now one way we could have this conversation is Joe Biden would release his list of potential nominees. He hasn't done that I suspect because I have to point out Jake misspoke. I'm sure he knows that Roe v. Wade isn't legislation Roe v. Wade is a judge made decision that is, in fact has been surpassed by Pennsylvania, becase your case in Pennsylvania always get them mixed up how its case in Pennsylvania eyes now the governing law of the land regarding other state statutes passed concerning abortion and pregnancy. I will say, Look, there is no way a judge is going to comment on row, or Casey because of something called the Ginsberg test. Ruth Bader Ginsburg at her confirmation invented the Ginsberg test. Or, she said no nominee to the highest court can comment on a case either pending or likely to come before the Supreme Court because to do so would deny the litigants in the future fairness because the judge who would arrive on the court would have already decided the case. And that is why judicial nominees sent Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg do not talk about specific cases. Because Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg then went on to be confirmed as Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and laid down that rule. Donald Trump called Pete Headset on Fox News over the weekend, he said cut 27. I would like to. I would say we have plenty of time just in case your next question would be well, you know, Should you wait? They wouldn't wait. Number one and importantly, we have a lot of time. You know, We also could go after a tremendous amount of time. And it's been done many times before. This way. You know, it's an election year. No, I think we're gonna have it done easily before the election, I think would be nice to do get it out of the way. It's so important decision. I think it's important. We were going to try to have it done quickly and before the election, But think of all the time, So then you have from that date. You have all the way to January 20th some who would not do this, they say, Well, why did you wait for the next elections have consequences, and we won the election. We have the Senate. We have the presidency, so I think I think she'll be confirmed before. And probably long before the election relatively long before the Republicans have. If she isn't confirmed before the election, they're going to get wiped out. I think they will lose from north to south if she is somehow sabotage by Democrats and Republicans allow that to happen. I don't think the leader is going to allow that to happen until the chairman Graham is going to allow that to happen. I don't think the Republicans will allow that to happen. Richard Blumenthal came up with a brand new is the senator from Connecticut had this to say the Wolf Blitzer on CNN cut 28. What are the Republicans doing? That is illegal or illegitimate? Because the Constitution says the president has to nominate Supreme Court justices. The Senate has to advise and consent and confirm. So what is illegal about what the president and the Republicans are doing? You say it's illegitimate. It is illegitimate Senator, Where does it say that's illegitimate in the U. S Constitution or in the law? Where does it say that What they're doing? The Republicans is illegal. Illegal it maybe not. Under the Constitution of the norms and traditions and illegal it may not it Maybe not. Richard Blumenthal. He's a piece of work. Don McGahn forma counsel to the president on face the Nation, said this cut number 29. I disagree that it's being rushed. I think you'd actually if you look at historical precedent is following regular order One goes back into history. Most well, a frightful went through 12 days start to finish. You're saying Well, that's ancient history. What about modern times? John Paul Stevens has become a hero of the left went through 16. They start to finish Saturday. O'Connor went through in 33 days start to finish. And Bruce Banner against 42 Days start to finish. So there is time to do it. It is not outside of the norm. You don't think about the election. Well, I certainly think that there's an election and obviously everyone's talking about the election. But I think when the president makes a nomination, he's obligated to do so. In the Constitution. This has happened 29 times in our history. Where there's been an election year nomination and is happened before and probably happen again on even justice Kennedy, who many hold up a Zey model justice, Waas was confirmed and appointed in an election year in 1988 president where it wasn't even on the ballot. So let's go to Eugene Scalia, Son of the late Justice Scalia, secretary of Labor on Fox, with Brit Hume, talking about just Judge Amy Cockney, Barrett cut 30 Jeremy now is our Secretary of labor. Eugene Scalia. Mr. Secretary. Thank you for joining us today. Thank you. Let me start. I know. You know, Judge Barrett going back a number of years and I wanted you to just give us quickly how you would, how you would characterize her. What kind of person is she? Well, she's a beloved teacher, very respected scholar. I think she's shown herself to be a, uh, thoughtful jurist. And she's just a wonderful, warm, admirable human being as well. Mother to seven mother to school age Children. She's a very impressive uh, delightful person. I think the American people is they come to know her. Are going to find her a very admirable in so many ways..
"judge ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"All right. Welcome back is a tremendous amount of political division in our country right now, and to exacerbate it to pour more gasoline on the flyer of this unity, unfortunately, famed iconic Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg past the other day. She lies in state in the Supreme Court building should great champion of women's rights and not my cup of tea politically, but quite the esteemed an accomplished woman and God bless her. But that has created even more problems in our crazy republic here because the president has a duty to Ah appoint and Phil alone vacant Supreme Court seats. He's still the president and Democrats are hot Diggity. Med about it and to break down all the justices that Aaron consideration is Zen. Sam's joins us as usual on Wednesday in little spot hellos in how you I'm John hurt you water back there. Look, It's a nice day in Staten Island, New York City for sure. So let's do a little review. I think the top two contenders that everyone is talking about our Amy Cone, Amy Cockney Barrett. And Barbara Lagoa. What do you know about any dark horses, Any other women? I know, he said. It's going to be a woman. Well, you're right. It's Amy Corny Barrett of conservative uncertain as Supreme Court shortlist right and go, Barrett is the favorite. Democrats question for propositions awash in Catholic and I see her face could color legal views? I don't dislike her. Also appointed Cuban Americans will go into the 11th circuit Court in 2019. She's my favorite. And that's not likely the favorite, but she's my favorite. She was the first Hispanic woman and the first Cuban American woman on the Supreme Court of Florida, which is a battleground presidential campaign. And her hometown could give them a campaign and Florida, which is unusual Wednesday. Yeah, I think there's like I hate to say it, but it's like a bull light special with Barbara logo, You know, I mean, it's like a two for one sale because you're going to appoint a great esteem Judge. He was appointed by Ron the Santas in Florida to the state Supreme Court. Then she went to the 11th circuit. She He's also Cuban born American and what Florida being hotly contested. I think it's gonna be really difficult for the left to attack a Cuban American woman with the resume she's put together. I think that hurts. Amy Cockney Barrett a little bit You know what? We're on the same page John. I need the sentiment to the last time that you just said, and it's you know, it's gonna threaten its going to threaten the other contenders Lot if she has a lot of qualities here. I mean, right now we are out of hot spots. And you know people are jumping lesson right has become a huge issue amongst women because people feel that Women's rights are going to be compromised and You know, as a woman? Of course I'm moving. But I'm not entirely turned off by what is happening because I'm conventional, very different place in my life is a mom and that is what it is. What is my motivation in mind? Mind factors which candidate? I kind of like him to say From a month's perspective? You know where you're at right now, In terms of a man Do you feel like this is a threatening or this is what you feel for? Well, you know, As you can tell, I am backing the blue Today. I'm in my full. I love NYPD regalia. And you know, my father was a cop, so I've always had respect for the police and the work that they build. And at the same time, I think most men who are saying realize we need police, right? Even Democrat men that air seeing realized that police are important, But more importantly, I think is your point of view. You come from the Hollywood cool crowd on and a woman stands behind female empowerment. I have been worried because it's my work than whether President Trump's uses is a strong woman who knows how and when to draw the line between women's rights and human rights and abortion has become a way too accessible for women, especially the young generation, use abortion as a crutch for their responsibility, So I do believe that procedure needs to be limited and a certain level of caution needs to be exercised. Because what I'm not being with his team groans of morning, Jess. Cars and two C to the bigger picture. There's no guarantee that even an expanded conservative majority it is a court with a landmark decision that legalized abortion nationwide with 50 years ago, given some justices anxiety about overturning precedents. And there's no question about it. The biggest murderer black babies is Planned Parenthood. There's no there's no two ways about it. So you know it is likely to happen is that the court perhaps mean like many narrow restrictions that would effectively eliminate Access to the procedure for much of the country without jumping to affect, you know, definitely have it done, And there are several reports pipeline that allowed the justice system effectively back access to the procedure with having actually confront road ahead. So, for example, this made a lot of sense to me John in a chase Already before the court, the Trump Administration has asked the justices to overturn a federal judge's decision that limited restrictions on telemedicine abortions. During the pendency of the court could always consider bands on a woman second trimester abortion procedure known as violation and evacuation. These 10 speeds have starts about so these are killing bees. This's not just what I think, you know. Look, I personally known conservative on those things..
"judge ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I wrote in The Washington Post on Saturday. Long, long ago in 1983 arrived in the city. To clerk for Judge Roger Rob on the D C circuit for a shot of Michigan law school. That's great. Ambitious young law clerks do is they find a judge and judge? Rob asked Maybe his clerk. Along with my buddy Terry Ross, and we went to the chambers in early June to begin our work. We graduated in June show up in June. And Judge Robin had a stroke. So there was no judge. So he sat there twiddling our thumbs in the chamber, The old Clark's had left its a one year job. And I don't quite remember how it happened, but five of the judges got together. To adopt us. Judge Robert Bork Judge Antonin Scalia Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Judge Spotswood Robinson and occasionally Judge Kelly. Right, mostly the first four. And the first force Kelly, right. Did it once gave his cases to work on took us to arguments allowed us to do The bench brief. A lot is to help with the opinion. Until late in the summer, Judge George McKinnon returned it was Roger Rob's best friend. And they had all assumed and correctly show that George McKinnon would adopt Rogers clerks. So we became judges McKinnon's clerk until six or seven months after his stroke late in the year. Judge Robert turned, and we went back to work for him. So it was an extraordinary year. But in those Four months. June, July, August September, Judge Ginsburg was wonderful to me. I doubt she ever remembered me or Terry Rods were just We weren't her clerks. We're just kids who she was kind to, and I always thought she was the biggest smaller Person I ever met. Being biggest brain, smaller body. And she was sweet straight straight. So I really actually have been praying for her recovery. Did not want to see this. May she rest in peace and her memory be a blessing. Assumes that happened on Friday. Of course, the world turned upside down. The presidential race turned upside down. Everything turned upside down, but I begin by just saying Are my prayers are with her family. Her daughter, her. Beloved clerks, clerks become like kids to their judge. And they mourn, shed many friends Nino Scalia, the closest and most memorable among them that friendship being one of the most extraordinary in American life. And there is no glee. There ought not to be equally that the president gets to make a third Supreme Court appointment, but he's going to I just wanted you to know that I began my first column about this that way, and I want you to know I approach it that way. And I think Every decent person should. We're all leaving this life it some point. And hopefully we will be missed. I've been watching breaking bad during the The lock down. And the main character. Mr White at one point Bones. You hope they think of you. Well, everyone will think of Ruth Bader Ginsberg. Well, she was Ah, didn't agree with her at all. But she was used to that. Not agreeing with people and doing so civilly and courteously and she and Scalia could really demonstrate to the world. What it means to be friends and civil society. When that we're off on An adventure. President Trump is going to name an appointment, maybe today. And this is the Senate. The United States is going to confirm that appointee before the election. There's a simple reason why he has the constitutional authority to do so. And his party has the majority. Four years ago, President Obama was frustrated because he nominated Merrick Garland in Merrick Garland was a fine man center left, as opposed to the Senate writer. Conservative or originalist, but a fine man. And he did not get a vote or hearing because the president did not control. The president's party did not control the Senate. It was controlled by the Republicans. Largely, I think, because him read broke the filibuster. And jammed down a rule change. And so the Republicans now reflection on Merrick Garland. Good man. Put a rule in place that there would be no hearing and no vote until after the election. They're going to do the opposite. Now. This is not hypocrisy. This is The majority in the Senate runs the Senate. And they don't have to have hearing they don't have to take one day The president sends a nominee up. It could be confirmed the next day. Justice Ginsburg took 44 days from the time the vacancy occurred that she filled And Her entry into the Supreme Court. This will take 45 days or less, and I expect the nomination today or tomorrow. The short list is very short. It includes by everyone's agreement, Jamie Cockney Barrett. Of the seventh Circuit. And Judge Barbara Lagoa of the 11th circuit. I believe it Also, I know the president has heard from and has been urged to consider Judge Joan Larson of the sixth Circuit. And Judge Alison Rushing. Of the fourth Circuit. Four judges. There are a few men being mentioned, but it's not going to be a man. He's going to win a said. He's going to a point. I think it's one of those four. There is. There was originally some talk of Alice and ADA in Colorado. But that's fallen by the way down to four. Some people say it's down to two Jamie Cockney Baron and Judge Lagoa. But I know as late as last night, the president we're talking about John Larsen. And so Who knows what.
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"But rain and the United Arab Emirates officially recognized Israel where the government's lead will young people follow. We want to engage in dialogue, not just with our Israeli friends Flash. It tells me I ask if he's coming to visit when direct commercial flights start from Dubai. Definitely. He smiles. Also, when our correspondent found himself and his home caught up in California's wildfires, the sight and smell of smoke Is very familiar, But on this day it was different. We were at the epicenter and a safari in the Serengeti like no other of modern times. Remarkably, it turned out it was easier to spot a rhino than a tourist. All that and rebuilding hell. The new tent city migrants and refugees on Lesbos. I don't want to stay in. That's from our own correspondent after this bulletin ofthe BBC World News. Hello. I'm David Harper with the BBC News. A mass protest in the Thai capital Bangkok has ended with an unprecedented call for reform of the monarchy. Thailand's royal family is protected from criticism by strict laws on previous detractors have been sent to prison. At the close off the two day demonstration activists handed over their demands to the city's police chief, Jonathan head reports from Bangkok protest leaders cemented a brass plaque inside the grounds of the Royal Park. Stating that the country belonged to the people and not the monarch. That was a riposte to the secret removal recently of monuments Commemorating the overthrow of the absolute monarchy 88 years ago, which some activists fear heralds a return to a more authoritarians style of rule. Roads leading out from the Royal Park were blocked overnight by the police, using high concrete barriers and rows of parked buses. Donald Trump says he wants a woman to replace the liberal Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died on Friday. He has ignored pleas from Democrats to delay the process until after November's presidential election, he told supporters in North Carolina, many of whom chanted fill that seat that he would announce his choice next week. The nomination is subject to a vote in the Senate, where Republicans have a majority. Italians have become voting in the first polls since the country's severe corona virus and break earlier this year. Parties from the center left coalition, which governs nationally, are expected to face a strong challenge from the right wing opposition in regional and local elections. Here's our Italy correspondent Mark Lohan. With more than 65 government Since the second World War, Italy isn't exactly the epitome of political stability. The prime minister Giuseppe Content will hope his shaky coalition can withstand the pressure from these elections in seven regions that polls suggest could see the left lose control of key areas, including Tuscany, which it has held for 50 years. A strong showing for the far right league of Matteo Salvini could help him claw back support He's lost during the Corona virus pandemic. Police in Uganda have started an investigation into the cause of the fire at one of the largest and oldest universities in Africa. McKay Marie in the center of the capital, Kampala. Patients at a high rate has this report from the city. The building, formerly known as the Ivory Tower, with its white walls and blue windows, is the most recognizable landmark off the university photos on some of the university's social media platforms for the tower. The old side was blackened on some of the windows burnt out. The ivory shower also houses the vice chancellor's office on the main hall. Vice chancellor, professor Barnabus know our way through his official Twitter account has described the incident as a very dark morning and added that the destruction is unbelievable. Patients had to hire a reporting from the guns and capital Kampala will news from the BBC. A third person has been found dead after Cyclone Yano struck much of Greece on Friday. The emergency services so the 62 year old farmer from a village near the central city of cadets was crushed when the roof of his has collapsed in winds gusting at more than 120 kilometres an hour. Two people are still missing, including a woman driver whose car was swept away by floods. The empty car has been found. The World Health Organization has agreed rules for the testing of African herbal remedies to fight covert 19. The W. H O CZE regional office in Brazzaville, Congo, said it had endorsed a protocol for clinical trials of such medicines. This report from John McManus, The World Health Organization says that it's given the green light for the testing of African herbal medicines that might be useful in treating the virus any traditional remedies that's are judged to be safe under clinical trials. Could be fast tracked for large scale manufacturing. The move comes months after the presidents of Madagascar promoted on unproven plant based drink, which he said could stop the virus. The World Health Organization has been keen to stress that's any new remedies must be safe as well as effective. The Australian state off Victoria has recorded its lowest number of daily Corona virus cases for more than three months. 14 new infections were confirmed. The state premier Daniel Andrews, said the numbers were a cause for great optimism. He said he was confident that he would be able to announce an easing off restrictions next week. South Korean police say they have arrested a North Korean defector who was caught attempting to return to his homeland. They said he was suspected of breaking into a military training site along the heavily fortified border this week. He escaped to the south two years ago. It's not known why he was trying to go back. In July, another defector swam across the Han River back to the north. Pyongyang said he was North Korea's first suspected case of Corona virus, an allegation denied by soul BBC news. This is from our own correspondent on the BBC World Service. I'm Pascal Hotter. Hello and welcome to the program in this edition, the animals the family photographs. What goes through your mind when California's wildfires fast approach your home. Also the efforts to rebuild a camp for the men, women and Children stuck on Lesbos. We hear why many don't want it resurrected. And how the animals of the Serengeti.
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"My friends The nation is reflecting on the legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who lost her long battle against cancer last night. She was 87. Correspondent Aaron Carter Ski looks back at her life begins very was a legal pioneer. Long before she was nominated to the Supreme Court in 1993 by President Bill Clinton. I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Her confirmation hearing, Ginsberg addressed head on her support of abortion rights. This is Something central to a woman's. Life to her dignity. Ginsberg was the court's eldest justice and once joke of emulating John Paul Stevens, who retired at age 90. Correspondent Terry Moran is at the Supreme Court where people have been coming by to leave notes, flowers and candles in tribute flags here. At half staff. People still gathering here at the Supreme Court Justice Ruth Ginsburg, one of those Americans, and there aren't many really who, through force of character, and her brilliant intellect, was able to expand our understanding of the bedrock constitutional ideals, equality and liberty. She was adored by generations known as RBG and becoming a pop culture icon with her workout videos, quotes and trademark lace collar and oversized glasses. She made her hometown of Brooklyn. Proud people are using words like heartbroken and devastated to describe their feelings about Ruth Bader Ginsburg is death and at a community event in bed Stuy attorney Renee Gregory said Ginsberg many clear that women belonged where decisions were made. She was.
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"On the real story. In the next half an hour. The corona virus pandemic has put millions out of work, and many of their jobs might never return. So what's the answer to providing people with a living who don't have a job? Universal basic income or governments paying full time salaries to part time workers? And can those poorly paid care and delivery workers. We've turned into heroes during the pandemic, get a fair shake as to come on the real story after the news. BBC News with Debbie Russ. The political fight has begun in the United States over the replacement of the liberal Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Hours after she died at the age of 87. President Trump is expected to name his choice quickly to try to expand the slender conservative majority before November's election. But his Democratic Party rival Joe Biden, insisted a replacement should only take place after the pole. China has announced that it will sanction foreign firms and individuals deemed to have harmed the country's interests is launched. Its newly launched unreliable entities list is being seen as a way to retaliate against the U. S. For the second day running. China has flown multiple warplanes close to Taiwan amid rising tensions between the two sides. Incursions came during an official trip to Taiwan by the U. S. Under secretary of State Keith Crock. Police in France have arrested a former member of the army from the Central African Republic for war crimes and crimes against humanity. Eric Damn boy, by Golly is also accused of acts of torture committed between 2007 and 2014 when he was head of the presidential Guard. A man and a woman have been killed and 14 other people injured in a mass shooting in the U. S. City of Rochester at what they described as a backyard party. Police said they arrived to find a chaotic scene. At least 10. Police officers in Kosovo have been arrested during an operation to demolish illegal casinos. Hundreds of police were deployed in the raid in Karachi, Eva on the border with Serbia. That in America's largest airline, LATAM says it has secured approval for a deal with creditors to save it from collapse. The airline said a U. S court had agreed to give the company access to almost $2.5 billion to deal with the impact off the Corona virus. And that's the latest BBC news. Listening to the real story from the BBC World Service. I'm down, Damon. And this week we're looking at what Covert 19 has done to employment and unemployment. What jobs might have been lost forever, What new jobs might be coming because of technological advances. And what those currently out of a job because of either the pandemic or changes in industry could look forward to. We're joined by Jeffrey Miron is director of economic studies at the Cato Institute, director of undergraduate studies in the Department of Economics at Harvard University. Jim Jackson is director of the center of the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity at the University of Sorry in England. Steve King is the Minsky on a research fellow at University College London, He wrote a book called Debunking Economics. And professor Betsy Stevenson joins us from the university off Michigan, formerly a member ofthe the president's Council of Economic Advisors. We were talking about the way to lift on economy, especially in the post Co. Vered world, the global economy out of what it's done to employment. Jeffrey Myron and Steve King had differing views. I just wanted to give you the opportunity Professor Betsy Stevenson to comment on whether debt tax or anything else is the way to Fund, for example, you were talking about the arts, which is the way to keep the arts alive. If people can't go on, sit in theaters or cinemas. You know, I think I probably sit somewhere in the middle. I don't quite believe in the unlimited ability to spend that the modern monetary theorists believe in but I do think that there's a certain level of of debt that We can manage. And in fact, we don't really even know how high that Khun go. We've seen. Japan exists with high levels of debt for quite some time without causing significant problems. You know, right now is certainly not the time to raise revenues. But, you know, given the the really substantial cut and revenue that we saw in the United States without 2017 tax bill. No, it does seem like we're on a path that has to eventually be fixed. They need to re balance because in good times were doing enormous amounts of deficit spending. And that's what we should be doing in bad times. And we're seeing exactly the problems of what we did in good times today because today we can't raise more revenue we need to spend, and I do think some spending is also justified by the fact that You know, it really is an investment so the government can borrow to spend more on early childhood education because the research makes it clear that every dollar the government spends ends up coming back as $8. To the taxpayer in future revenue. So if you do that it puts you on a long run excellent trajectory, but taking out loans from the government to hand everybody say universal basic income. Well, you know, we have to be a little bit careful with that, because that's not about making an investment. That's about redistributing wealth. And we want to make sure that we're redistributing the wealth. We have not the wealth. We wish we had. And spending is what the French government is doing that listen to the French Prime minister Jean Cast IX, who said that he thought there should be more government spending on business leaders should be offering part time work. As a kind of accord Tio those who've been laid off and he said the government would pay 93% of an employee's net salary, even if they're no longer working full time. You sit down, Miss Yuna functioning heart got insert this your all of this. The recovery plan. Ladies and gentlemen will only work on one condition. Your total mobilization with relaunch France. The state is making a historic unprecedented effort. But it requires companies all cos whatever their size and activity to mobilize good and I know that industry already represents. 21% of young people in apprenticeships and 15% of young people on vocational training contracts were asking you through these tools to go beyond that you can. You must do even better. I also invite the sectors to strengthen internal relations through mediation and an improvement in contractual relations between principles and subcontractors, as has been done in the aeronautics and automotive sectors, But I know that this is a difficult subject. A delicate subject to which the government I tell you will pay particular attention. John Kass takes the French prime minister, Tim Jackson. What'd you think about that government supporting part time work on full time salaries? I actually think it's a fantastic idea, and I think it's a fantastic idea. To Taylor government's intervention in terms of salary protection, job protection to those sectors that actually we know are the ones that represent the future of a sustainable world, For example. No developing green skills getting people employed in green sectors, installing insulation in the homes, developing renewable energy technologies, developing efficient supply chains working in the circular economy. Why, if you're goingto take that approach to stimulus off protecting people's livelihoods? Would you not? Then begin to Taylor that to the jobs that you want in this new world, and I think that's a It's a really powerful point. It's a make, and the question was just to come back very briefly to the modern money theory position. In the height of the pandemic. When the furlough scheme was introduced in the UK it was paid for not by what are called open operations on the bond market of governments. It was paid for by an overdraft account at Central Bank, The Bank of England. And it sits in an overdraft account the government could spend into it. It did no damage to the economy whatsoever. It protected people's livelihood on DH in principle, and this is the point that modern money theory makes in a sense is that debt in the central bank need never be paid off. It's not a debt that is going to reduce the confidence of sovereign bond holders or guilt markets anywhere. It's a debt that actually was absolutely essential to protect those livelihoods. And in my mind that idea of transitioning the furlough scheme and job protection in that way, But tailoring it to those jobs that we need in the new economy is absolutely the right policy choice at this point in time..
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"November's presidential poll. Also on the program, a sharp rise in Corona virus cases in countries that once thought they had the pandemic under control. The Dutch prime minister says the number of new cases is growing rapidly. Corona virus is making a comeback number of infections is growing at the fastest rate will be joined by a special envoy off the World Health Organization. What is its advice? Now that's all coming up here on weekend after the latest World News Hello. I'm Debbie rests with the BBC News. A political row has broken out in the United States hours after the death of the liberal Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Democrats and Republicans disagree about when a replacement for the 87 year old should be chosen. The senior Republican Mitch McConnell, said the Senate would vote on any nominee put forward by Donald Trump, possibly before November's presidential election. Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden said such a move should only take place after the poll. Washington correspondent No MIA equal reports Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a powerful figurehead for liberals in the US as a member of the highest court, she had to say on contentious laws that profoundly impact the lives ofthe Americans. Justice. Ginsburg's full legacy, however, may only be defined by whoever replaces her, which is likely to be a conservative judge that would tip the court ideologically more to the right. Altering American society for generation to come. Tributes have been paid to justice Ginsburg president Trump described her as a titan off the law. His predecessor, Barack Obama, said she was a warrior for gender equality who'd inspired generations? Ruth Bader Ginsburg was only the second woman to sit on the Supreme Court serving for nearly three decades. In July, she'd promised to keep doing her job despite suffering from cancer. Flags were being flown at half mast in Washington in honor of Ruth Bader Ginsberg. Shortly after her death was announced, Crowds gathered on the steps outside the Supreme Court to pay their respects. These women told the BBC. Why they were there. She represented all the struggles that women in America had to go through, even though it was denied for the longest time, So the fact that she's gone is really hard reminder that legacy must pass on. She was such a incredible force in our democracy and inspiration for women, and it was important for us to be here and experience in person. Peruvian President Martine Vizcarra has survived an attempt to impeach him. Members of Congress in Lima voted by a clear margin against removing Mr Vizcarra. He denied misusing public funds and then lying is part of a cover up. Grant Ferret has more details. Mr V Scars. Opponents needed a two thirds majority in Congress to unseat him. In the event, they fell far short instead of the 87 votes required. They gained just 32. Reacting To the result, the president said he'd worked for what mattered most of Peruvians tackling the pandemic, reviving the economy and fighting corruption. Peru has been particularly badly hit by the Corona virus with among the highest rates of infection and death in the world. Despite that, opinion polls suggest he retains considerable public support. This is the world News from the BBC. Japan's former prime Minister Shinzo Abe has visited a controversial shrine Commemorating the country's war. Dead days after stepping down, he posted a picture of himself on Twitter visiting the Yasukuni Shrine. Dalby had refrained from going since 2013 to avoid angering China and South Korea. Their government's view it as a symbol of Japan's past military aggression because those honored include convicted war criminals. The organizers of anti government protests in Thailand say they expect today's turn out to be the biggest yet in their campaign for reform of the political system and the monarchy. They hope tens of thousands will join a student led demonstration in Bangkok. His Jonathan head, the protesters plan a symbolic occupation of the park, where the biggest royal ceremonies take place. Once open to the public. It's been fenced off since the accession of King watcher along Horn to the throne four years ago, is part of what activists say is a worrying expansion of royal power. Thousands of police are being deployed, although it's not clear how far they will go to block. The protesters publicly involving the monarchy and political disputes is something new in Thailand. An inflammatory move in a country where the institution is officially revered, but say the protest leaders one that is an essential prerequisite to modernizing the political system. China has condemned what it called US bullying after Washington's decision to ban downloads of the APB stick Talk and watch at the Commerce Ministry in Beijing said the move violated international trade norms without providing any evidence of a security threat. He threatened retaliatory measures to safeguard the interests of Chinese firms. New restrictions are due to come into effect in many parts of Europe to combat a rise in Corona virus infections in Spain more than 850,000 people in the Madrid treason Face curbs on movement and the size of gatherings from Monday. BBC news. It's six minutes past seven GMT. Welcome.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg: US Supreme Court judge dies of cancer, aged 87
"The nation is mourning the loss of you, a Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She lost her long battle against cancer on Friday. She was 87. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski looks back at her life. Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a legal pioneer. Long before she was nominated to the Supreme Court in 1993 by President Bill Clinton. I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. At her confirmation hearing, Ginsberg addressed head on her support of abortion rights. This is Something central to a woman's. Life to her dignity. Ginsberg was the court's eldest justice and once joked, emulating John Paul Stevens, who retired at age 90, Aaron Carter Ski,
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"Died today after a long battle against cancer flags are flying half staff over the capital in White House House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tweeting every woman and girl and therefore every family in America has benefited from her brilliance. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski looks back at her life better. Ginsberg was a legal pioneer. Long before she was nominated to the Supreme Court in 1993 by President Bill Clinton. I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Her confirmation hearing, Ginsberg addressed head on her support of abortion rights. This is something central to a woman's life. To her dignity. Ginsberg was the court's eldest justice and once joked, emulating John Paul Stevens, who retired at age 90 Supreme Court. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was 87 years old, a spokesperson said she was surrounded by family. Ginsburg was known as an ardent champion for women's rights. Her passing comes during one of the most divisive elections in American history. President Trump has had a list of possible nominees at the ready for weeks. ABC is Trish Turner reports from Washington on the possibility of a Republican led Senate confirming her replacement during an election year tonight. We understand that a last Republican senator Lisa Murkowski, she has said she will not do that during a lame duck session. She's fair is fair, she told Alaska Public radio. And she will not lend her vote. So that goes McConnell goes from 53 potential votes to 52. He needs 50 at a minimum. Tohave pence break it high, but he could. He could maybe lose two more, but, you know, but so we We understand that Senator Collins. We think she is not likely to go for this kind of esteem either really does break with tradition. This is ABC News. We all have health goals. But let's face it. You are living in some fantasy world If you think you are suddenly about to start eating better, in fact, have you thought of this? How many different servings of fruit have you eaten today? How many servings of vegetables and sorry, Dad, French fries and ketchup Don't count..
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"Long battle against cancer flags are flying half staff over the capital and White House House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tweeting every woman and girl and therefore every family in America has benefited from her brilliance. A veces Aaron Carter Ski looks back at her life. Fate begins. Berry was a legal pioneer. Long before she was nominated to the Supreme Court in 1993 by President Bill Clinton. I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Her confirmation hearing, Ginsberg addressed head on her support of abortion rights. This is something central to a woman's life. To her dignity. Ginsberg was the court's eldest justice and once joked, emulating John Paul Stevens, who retired at age 90 Supreme Court. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was 87 years old. This is ABC News, a judge in Ohio temporarily blocking an order limiting counties in the battleground states. The one ballot dropbox each early voting there begins October 6th. Meanwhile, in Michigan, a judge declared absentee ballots postmarked by the eve of election Day are eligible to be counted. Even if they arrived days later, 2.3 million absentee ballots have been requested. Michigan law requires them to be received by the Times. The polls close a listeria outbreak five years ago, is still costing one ice cream maker when the listeria outbreak that claimed three lives in 2015 was traced to Bluebell ice cream. Then chief executive Paul Cruz was quick to respond. Ice cream is as enjoy And a pleasure to eat. It certainly is for May and I do it every day and it should never be a cause for concern. But Cruz, who's now retired, was later accused of telling his workers to lie about the outbreak and was charged with seven felonies. The charges have been dismissed, but Bluebell has been slapped with a $17 Million criminal penalty. Jim Ryan, ABC NEWS Dallas Line of Buoys, ABC News. That Fisher Investments We do things differently. Another money managers don't understand why, because our way works great for us, but it may not work for your clients. That's why Fisher Investments is a fiduciary obligated to put clients first is the highest standard for a financial adviser. So what do you provide Cookie cutter portfolios like the rest of us know, cookie cutter portfolios here? Fisher Investments Taylor's portfolios to meet each client's goals and needs, But you do still investments that are new high commissions, right? And make commissions..
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"Died today at her home in Washington, D. C. She was 87 CBS's Debra Rodriguez looks back on her life. The year was 1993. When President Bill Clinton announced I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, her background and judicial record as an A C L U attorney and a federal judge clearly indicated a person of liberal leanings and once on the court, she did not disappoint, says legal analyst Andrew Cohen. She supported abortion rights. She voted for important restrictions to the death penalty, and she refused to give President Bush on limited war powers over terror detainees. Justice Ginsburg had a strong work ethic, taking pride in not missing a day on the bench after two separate battles with cancer. Later she worked from home as she recovered from additional cancer and other health issues. Recently, the Supreme Court hears more arguments over the phone this morning with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg participating from a Baltimore hospital. Still, the nation's 107th Supreme Court justice kept working because this is the best but also the hardest job than I Her. Debra Rodriguez CBS News, a wretched woman burned in an Eastern Washington fire is telling her sister more details of their rescue last week, he said, Please tell him Thank you. Please tell the world that they did this for us on Marie Baxter says Jamie and Jacob Highland, were rescued by two members of the call Ville Tribe. The couple's son died. Jamie and Jacob continue to recover a harbour view the latest on Corona virus. Washington State health officials are reporting just over 400 new cases. In the last 24 hours, six more deaths have been confirmed. More than 2000 total have died. Let's check our ready A real time Traffic. Tracy Taylor Happy Friday, Happy Friday. Friday, We got a couple of things that were keeping an eye on one of which is for drivers out Nissa Clabo directions to steer on 800 just south of 109th. Icicle. A PT is shut down the road way to get this guy that's out of the ditch out of the way, so it's gonna take a little bit to kind of pull him out of there. We're still seeing some heavy traffic in a few spots, and the I don't know about you, but out in my place. I'm hearing a little thunder. So we have a couple of thunderstorms out there and a little bit downpours here in there, too, so visibility could be down Backups on south and four or five after I 93 Newcastle, a touch of the break south End of the Valley Freeway after Valley Medical Center improvement on that south and five drive thru to coma different story, though getting outta Lakewood. I'm still seeing some heavier traffic after 5 12 often on a joint base, Lewis McChord Grissom slowing North 95 as we leave five and heading out towards highway 18 traffic is brought to you by stable school goes on Unstable says everything to start the year, right? No matter where school happens all at amazing prices School on Savon at Staples Cairo Radio, real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor. Weather showers. Hayes and Smoke overnight lows down around 58 a rerun of that stuff tomorrow Saturday. Showers, Smoke aces High 65. It's smoky and 65 in Seattle. Right now, I'm Frank shares for breaking news highlights. Podcasts and Mohr download the Cairo radio at Cairo radio here for what's next. All right. Here we go. Kill mortgage one triple 87 70 k. I e. A.
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"Weren't hiring women, not a law firm in the entire city of New York. Did for my employment charging forward, she became a beloved law professor rockers and worked as a lawyer for the O U, She mapped out a legal strategy to file lawsuits against gender bias in employment, housing and government benefits. Man and women are persons of equal dignity and they should count. Equally before the law, You won't settle for putting Susan B. Anthony on the new dollars When they would say things like this. Haven't you respond? Well, never in anger, Mother told that's that would have been self defeating. Always as an opportunity. Teach. I didn't see myself was kind of a kindergarten teacher in those days because the judges Didn't think so. Sex discrimination existed. One of the things that tried to plant in their minds was Think about how you would like the world to be for your daughters and granddaughters. She won five landmark cases, which she argued on behalf of women in front of an all male bench long before she sat on it. Ginsberg went on to serve as an appeals court judge in the nation's capital until that life changing nomination by President Bill Clinton in 1993. I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. That announcement may never have happened had it not been for the intense lobbying effort by a staunch feminist, her husband, Marty Ginsburg, and at her confirmation hearing chaired by then Senator Joe Biden, the nominee did not shy away from her feminism spotlighting contentious topics like abortion rights. This is Something central to a woman's. Life to her dignity. It's a decision that she must make.
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"Bader Ginsburg was a force to be reckoned with. All I asked about brethren. They said. They take their feet off our necks, barely 5 FT. Tall but a liberal giant, only the second female justice named on the Supreme Court serving there for more than a quarter century. Her path to the highest court in the land was not easy. As one of the few women at Harvard Law School she faced discrimination. After graduating from Colombia in the fifties, her tenaciousness in the classroom highlighted in the Oscar nominated documentary on Ginsberg titled RBG produced by journalists Julie Cohen and Betsy West. She was one of nine women in a class of 500. She was tied for first in her class. And the Big New York City law firms just weren't hiring women, not a law firm in the entire city of New York. Did for my employment charging forward, she became a beloved law professor rockers and worked as a lawyer for the O U, She mapped out a legal strategy to file lawsuits against gender bias in employment, housing and government benefits. Man and women are persons of equal dignity and they should count. Equally before the law, You won't settle for putting Susan B. Anthony on the new dollars When they would say things like this. Haven't you respond? Well, never in anger, Mother told that's that would have been self defeating. Always as an opportunity. Teach. I didn't see myself was kind of a kindergarten teacher in those days because the judges Didn't think so. Sex discrimination existed. One of the things that tried to plant in their minds was Think about how you would like the world to be for your daughters and granddaughters. She won five landmark cases, which she argued on behalf of women in front of an all male bench long before she sat on it. Ginsberg went on to serve as an appeals court judge in the nation's capital until that life changing nomination by President Bill Clinton in 1993. I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. That announcement may never have happened had it not been for the intense lobbying effort by a staunch feminist, her husband, Marty Ginsburg, and at her confirmation hearing chaired by then Senator Joe Biden, the nominee did not shy away from her feminism spotlighting contentious topics like abortion rights. This is Something central to a woman's. Life to her dignity. It's a decision that she must make
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"The champion of gender quality, has died at the age of 87 Bater Ginsberg died at her home in Washington. The court says she died of complications from pancreatic cancer. She was 87. I'll have more on this throughout our newscast. CBS NEWS Debra Rodriguez takes a look back on this Mavericks life. The year was 1993. When President Bill Clinton announced I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, her background and judicial record as an A C L U attorney and a federal judge clearly indicated a person of liberal leanings and once on the court, she did not disappoint, says legal analyst Andrew Cohen. She supported abortion rights. She voted for important restrictions to the death penalty, and she refused to give President Bush on limited war powers over terror detainees. Justice Ginsburg had a strong work ethic, taking pride in not missing a day on the bench after two separate battles with cancer. Later she worked from home as she recovered from additional cancer and other health issues. Recently, the Supreme Court hears more arguments over the phone this morning with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg participating from a Baltimore hospital. Still, the nation's 107th Supreme Court justice kept working because this is the best but also the hardest job. That I ever had. Debra Rodriguez, CBS News and again Justice Bater has died at the age of 87. She was a legal, cultural and feminist icon who actually appealed to people of women of all ages, especially and we'll have a special report. Coming up shortly. 7 47. It's in about a face for the Philadelphia school board, which last night approved a tax break for the company planning TTO Turn the former South Philly refinery site into a logistics up Hey, what W's Mike DiNardo explains. The school board last month rejected a Keystone Opportunity zone designation for the refinery site and the tax breaks that go with it. Members wanted the buyer Hilco Redevelopment Partners. To doom or to provide job training for a district graduates. The company has since promised. Mohr board President Joyce Wilkerson read a letter from Mayor Kenny Before last night's vote. Wilco's indicated a willingness To make specific binding commitments regarding recruitment and training of local workers. Angela McKeever was one of three board members who changed their votes from no to Yes, but she said she was concerned about the influence of mostly white unions on jobs at the former refinery site. It is well documented that Philadelphia trade unions function as private clubs in the city are unions are gatekeepers for entry into these high paying union jobs and reject are black and brown citizens for membership after failing to get the necessary five votes last month. The cozy was approved last night by a seven Nothing vote with one abstention. Mike Leonardo Kyi, heavily NewsRadio, contradicting the top government health experts, President Trump now says every American will have access to Corona virus vaccine by April next year. CBS News White House correspondent Steve Important Way, laying out a more aggressive timetable than government experts testified to this week. The president says he now predicts hundreds of millions of vaccine doses will be made available early next year. We expect to have Enough vaccines for every American by April, the CDC director said this week. A working vaccine probably won't be available to the general public until late spring or early summer. Mr Trump said Dr Robert Redfield was mistaken. The president was asked if he believes he knows better than his own government experts in many cases, idea. Stephen Portnoy, CBS News And the Eagles are getting ready for their first game on Sunday after losing on the road last weekend. After a collapsed last week in their season opener. Coach Doug Peterson says he has no choice but to continue to have faith in his players. Along with his decision making, You know I have to trust our players, right? I have to trust myself from it from an instinct standpoint, that You know the decisions I make. Really time are the best for the football team. Sunday will be the first home game of the season for the Eagles and Peterson talked about how much you'll miss the fans as they play in an empty stadium on Sunday in the stadium full is Is an emotion. That's that's really hard to explain, and it is definitely going to be missed. On Sunday, Peterson said He has talked with his players all week about the need to put the wash Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died. The announcement coming from the Supreme Court in the last half hour. The 87 year old Ginsberg, who had been battling illness for several years, died of complications from pancreatic cancer. Look back in her life from CBS News correspondent Deborah Rodriguez. The year was 1993. When President Bill Clinton announced I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court Judge Ruth Ginsburg her background and judicial record as an A C L U attorney and a federal judge. Clearly indicated a person of liberal leanings and once on the court, she did not disappoint, says legal analyst Andrew Cohen. She supported abortion rights. She voted for important restrictions to the death penalty, and she refused to give President Bush on limited war powers over terror detainees. Justice Ginsburg had a strong work ethic, taking pride in not missing a day on the bench after two separate battles with cancer. Later she worked from home as she recovered from additional cancer and other health issues. Recently, the Supreme Court hears more arguments over the phone this morning with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg participating from a Baltimore hospital. Still, the nation's 107th Supreme Court justice kept working because this is the best but also the hardest job. That I ever had. Debra Rodriguez CBS News AGAIN. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died at the age of 87 CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Futterman. And again re fate against Berg has died at 87. We will have special reports throughout Thie evening, and she was a maverick in many ways..
"judge ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Good afternoon. It is six o'clock. I'm Pamela for with your top stories. National Mayor John Cooper says some transportation mint will need to shut down until the end of July. Change announced today to public Health Order. Number nine, which extends the public health emergency until July 30 1st all bars will remain closed as well. Meanwhile, the mayors of Montgomery County and now Wilson County of issued emergency orders requiring masks be worn in public. Wilson County goes into Effect 11:59 p.m. on Sunday night. And Montgomery County goes into effect. On Monday, Thes counties joined Davidson, Roberts and Sunder and Williams and in middle Tennessee to mandate masks. A Winehouse Corona Virus Task Force report is recommending that Tennessee and 17 other states rollback reopening, and that's not all. It also recommends the task force tell states masks should be mandated use to says The document identifies Tennessee as one of 18 states and a so called Red zone, which means they've had more than 100 new covert 19 cases per 100,000 people last week and reveals Tennessee had 155 new cases for 100,000. Compared to the national average of 119 per 100,000. Can WEAVER W T and NEWS Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg is receiving treatment for a recurrence of liver cancer, Theeighty seven year old said. She began chemotherapy in May, she added. Scans taken on July 7th show the lesions on her liver are shrinking all three suspects in the Ahmad Armory case or pleading not guilty in Georgia today. Gregory and Travis McMichael, along with William Roadie, Brian all entered their pleas. Virtually while all three men have also been charged with malice. Defense attorneys are seeking a gag order news brought to you by Dr Brian Felipe. Traffic and weather next Cordell Cordell. We focus on representing man in domestic relations cases, Attorney See Pho Cordell. We recognize that our clients are going through, perhaps the toughest time they will ever go through. We understand that everything that's important to them is On the table there assets the role in their Children's lives. That's an immense responsibility that our clients entrust us with, and we take that very seriously. We've been trained to do that..
"judge ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"Hide their animus and basically just be sneakier about it and say we're not going to go on the record comparing you to the holocaust we're going to pretend to be very kind to you and we're still going to find that you've reached the on antidiscrimination off for public accommodation we're just gonna do it in stealthier manner and then get up to the supreme court or whatever court in colorado of course still has this clear bias and we just won't have it as openly so it's just inviting people to be sneakier about it unfortunately i mean it's pretty when i heard that it was seven to kind of that's that's really great but then it is bothers me that they're two judges ruth bader ginsburg sort of era i think who there's two judges who basically felt he should have been mailed anyway it didn't matter guy has got he's not only to it's not not enough that gay people have the right to get married everybody has to agree that this is a wonderful thing is that pretty fair fairly what they said and you know mazing about this is that ginsburg soda miami for how just fact base and clear this was that there was such austerity against jack by the commission it's amazing to me that we're in soda my or didn't just join this and make it a nine zero because now they're clearly showing their animus and they're showing that they have a clear bias for the lgbt agenda by not joining in this opinion and i found that really surprising that they that they were willing to do that and not just say you know what we'll give him the win in this instance so we can come back later and say hey listen we were fair to jacksonville ups so now we're going to stick it to the christian community they can't say that now and we will always have that opinion for that reason you know what show disturbing to me about this is the unto the left of the dobson institute dearly as i love them you know i it's okay no have more in.