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"justice amy cody barrett" Discussed on KOMO
"Republican Senate has done. Exercise. The power that was given to us by the American people. Precedent is clear for a long, long time that if the president and Senate are of the same party The Senate. In all but extraordinary circumstances. Confirms that nomine No Democrats voted to confirm her the first time in 151 years. Ah, justice was confirmed without the support of a single member of the minority part today we have cause to celebrate. That Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. Is now Justice Amy Cody Barrett. I know that you think that this will eventually blow over. But you're wrong. The American people will never forget this blatant act. Bad faith. Her confirmation tipped the court to the right, possibly for years to come and gave President Trump of victory. He hoped to ride to election Day. You know, they say the biggest thing you could do. Is the appointment of judges, but especially the appointment of Supreme Court justices. That's the single biggest race, though, remained remarkably steady. And in the end it wasn't all that close it all. Joe Biden just unseated an incumbent president. By the most significant popular moat vote margin for a challenger since Hoover was defeated by Roosevelt in 1932. Joe Biden won the election by more than seven million votes and 306 Electoral college votes to President Trump's 232. Biden won Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. We've lied about the blue Wall. The middle of the country that crumbled just four years ago, and he flipped Arizona and Georgia. We turned Georgia Blue. We won this election decisively. Joe Biden did win Arizona. The victory made history. Kamila Harris is the first woman and first person of color to become vice president may.
"justice amy cody barrett" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Will also be stopping in Philadelphia before heading back to Wilmington, Delaware, to watch the election results Taxes one of about a dozen states, calling on the National Guard to help with any post election unrest. Massachusetts is the latest to put 1000 soldiers on standby in case of riots. Texas has activated the same number two protect government buildings. Oregon won't give an exact number, but the Portland area is under a state of emergency through Wednesday. Arizona in Alabama will also share a quick response unit of 600 soldiers. This election is both sides fired up. There is concern about violence related to the outcome of Barry County Sheriff Javier Salazar says they're ready. I'll have deputies standing by, but he's not going to put them at polling places. Typical human reaction when they pull up and see a police car is Oh my God, There must be something going on here. We don't want to give that impression at all, he says. They're coordinating with state and federal law enforcement. But so far, he says, there's no reason to believe there will be any problems. Businesses in downtown San Antonio around the state and country are boarding up the windows and doors in case voting is underway across the city and what's sure to be a contentious race for the White House as well as other state and local races. County Judge Nelson Wolves is the Bear County sheriff's office will be out to ensure a safe election day. It's safe to go vote without 302 voting sites, the sheriff's Department Sheriff Salazar is gearing up for to make sure everybody's protected right. Temporary fencing has gone up around the Alamo. As a security precaution. Last week, Governor Abbott said the Texas National Guard will be at the ready in case. Violent protests breakout. Speaking about the potential for violence, President Trump says it will most likely happen and Democrat run cities where there's weak leadership. Charity McCurdy NewsRadio 1200 W Away. I love U S. Supreme Court has delayed a decision on whether or not to review a controversial Mississippi law that bans most abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy at the case that was set for conference last Friday, before all nine members of the high court, including New Justice Amy Cody Barrett has been rescheduled for this Friday. Some believe that.
"justice amy cody barrett" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"We're learning more about a man who attacked churchgoers Thursday morning, beheading one before he was stopped by police. Police officials say that the suspect is Brahim Sawit, a 21 year old Tunisian man who came by boat to the Italian island of Lampedusa. In September. He was placed in virus quarantine before being released and told to leave Italy and arrived in France earlier this month. At least this morning. He's believed to have entered the Notredame Dallas Armstrong basilica and killed three people with a knife, two women and a man shot by police. He shouted Allahu Akbar as he was being treated. BBC correspondent who's school field reporting France's anti terrorism prosecutor opened an investigation and President Emmanuel Macron said he would immediately increase the number of soldiers deployed to protect schools and religious sites. The Supreme Court has ruled for a second time against the GOP effort to block a mail in ballot extension in the state of North Carolina today, after rejecting a similar effort in North Carolina, the high Court again divide a Republican effort to block the mail in voting extension. Republicans, including President Trump have expressed concerns that the widespread use of mail in ballots could be used to perpetrate voter fraud. Something that could have a major impact in North Carolina considered a key battleground state. The court's newest justice Amy Cody. Barrett, who just joined the bench on Tuesday, took no part in deciding the case. Buying your reporting. Federal agencies worn cybercriminals could unleash a wave of data scrambling extortion attempts against the U. S health care system. That effort, if successful, could paralyze hospital information systems. Justus nationwide cases of Cove in 19 or spiking. The impact of the expected attack wave, however, could be difficult to assess the FBI and to federal agency said malicious groups are targeting the sector with ransomware. On Wall Street that out by 139 points that NASDAQ rose 1 80. More on these stories at townhall dot com. Training involves financial risk and is not suitable for all investors. Past results do not guarantee future performance stock market Have you nervous with all the massive fluctuations with the markets returning to pre Corona virus levels, unemployment rate shifting in the upcoming election, it's virtually impossible to guess what will happen next. With Vantage point you don't have to text money 2411411 to find out how our technology can forecast market trends up to three days in advance with incredible accuracy. Text money 2411411 to get what you need to stay ahead of.
"justice amy cody barrett" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To the state's highest court governor, Charlie Baker, nominating associate justice Kimberly Bud to service chief justice of the Supreme Judicial Court to replace Ralph Gans, who died in September. If confirmed Justice but will be the first black female chief justice on the high court idea that I would be the first black female chief justice of the Supreme Judicial Court is a little overwhelming, and it's very meaningful to me, but the idea of actually just being the chief of the Supreme Judicial Court. Is more overwhelming to me. So I'm gonna have Tio just work on pulling it all together Justice but earned a bachelor's degree from Georgetown University and a law degree from Harvard Law School in the U. S. Supreme Court. New Associate Justice Amy Cody Barrett will have an immediate impact. His oral arguments take place a week from today In a case involving religious liberty. This case will decide whether a faith based adoption agency Is allowed to turn away same sex couples. Attorney Curry Cook is with Lambda Lambda legal and says This will give us a good idea on how conservative the court's going to be. A case is about whether a government contractor receiving government funds to perform a government function is going to be allowed to discriminate. The Texas attorney general has filed a brief with the court of this case. Current Texas law allows faith based groups working with the child welfare system. To deny services when it conflicts with the providers sincerely held religious beliefs the Trump administration capping the number of new refugees in divination for the fiscal year 2021 at 15,000. It's a record low limit. The plan was finalized via and overnight memo from President Trump, who was slashed the number of refugee admissions every year since taking office. Mr Trump says the 15,000 cap Include 6000 placements that weren't used last year that might have been used if not for the cove at 19 pandemic. Tens of thousands of refugees have applied for admission to the U. S. The president's Democratic rival, Joe Biden, has pledged to raise refugee admissions to 125,000 year if he wins the election. Alison Keys CBS NEWS Washington At the Mexican border with Texas, a record surgeon, Corona virus cases has pushed hospitals the break. Health officials around the Hill Paso area, blaming the spike on family gatherings, multiple generations living in the same house and people under 40 going out to shop or conduct business. The crisis, underscoring how closely connected to cities right along the Mexico US border are economically geographically and culturally, with lots of people routinely going back and forth across the border in order to shop. Visit with their family members. This just into our newsroom. The Boston Athletic Association announcing the 125th Boston Marathon will be further postponed into the fall ofthe 2021 B a A, says Have been meeting regularly with its covert 19 medical and event advisory group to determine when and how the marathon could be run again. Right now, the organization says fall of 2021 will be the earliest the runners will be able to tie up their laces and join in on the time honored race 2020 Marathon originally scheduled April, 20th was held is attend a virtual experience. After it was cancelled because of the pandemic. 208 we are off to Wall Street. Andrew O'Day is that Bloomberg on this Wednesday and the numbers are not encouraging. No, they're not. Uh, right now we've got losses of right about 3% across the board down losing 823. NASDAQ down. 335 hasn't be 500 down 99 spiking corona virus cases in the U. S and abroad and aggressive measures to mitigate spread in Europe. Including new lock down orders making the US market nervous. But Boston's General Electric has caught Wall Street off guard today to deliver what's turned out to be some rare good news for investors company deep in the midst of a long and painful turnaround plan. Actually turned a profit last quarter by draconian cost cuts, but also improved performance in its power and renewable energy businesses. One especially soft spot for G, though Remains its jet engine business as the near collapse and global air travel has dented demand G stock up about 9% Right now the Dow is down 3% and rode a Bloomberg Business on W. B z Boston's news radio Coming up a local Congress, woman reacts to the governor and lieutenant governor's stand against ballot question, too. What did he say?.
"justice amy cody barrett" Discussed on NBC Nightly News
"I'm Lindsey Graham, the host of one ratio American scandal we bring to life some of the biggest controversies in US history presidential is corporate fraud corruption in sports. In our new series, we look at a decades long campaign by federal law enforcement to target activists fighting for racial justice. Federal agents went after everyone from Billie, holiday to Martin Luther King Junior, and would ultimately face public reckoning subscribe to American scandal on Apple podcasts spotify or wherever you get your podcast join one plus to listen and free in the wondering amp. Tonight the final week sprint to the election Joe Biden going the offense hoping to turn traditionally Red Georgia Blue in Florida. Barack Obama Skating, you attack on Donald Trump the president on the trail trying to defend three states he won in two thousand sixteen and taking a Supreme Court victory lap new Justice Amy Cody Barrett officially sworn in today the corona virus spreading faster than ever in the US seventy one thousand cases day tonight, our cross America's series brings us to Wisconsin just as that state breaks its daily record for cases and deaths and the anger over new crackdowns overseas. The disturbing video police Philadelphia fatally shooting a black man. They say, he had a knife violent protests erupting thirty officers injured the city braced for more unrest tonight. Massive walls of fire exploding. California over ninety thousand evacuated firefighters critically injured racing for Seda a hurricane warning along the Gulf coast evacuations ordered the new track, the leader of nexium described by prosecutors as a colt like group facing his victims in court. and New screening guidelines for the same form. Of Cancer, Chadwick Bosman battled what you need to know. This is NBC nightly news with Lester Holt reporting tonight from Wisconsin. Giving from Milwaukee seven days to go until the election and day two of our journey across America president trump briefly here in the state of Wisconsin today hoping to rekindle some of his sixteen success here while Joe Biden is also on the trail looking to redraw the map venturing into what was once considered solid Republican territory the clock winding down for both men tonight to secure a path to victory and seal the deal with voters who have not yet cast a ballot. Let's begin with Kristen Welker. President Joe Biden is closing out his campaign on offense rallying voters at a pair of events in Georgia. A State Democrats haven't won for president since.
"justice amy cody barrett" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"It really is energizing and we expected we want and we hope that we pray that voters come out and are able to cast their ballot, she says. So far, they're not been any problems with early voting, and she does not expect any on Election day, either. Justice Amy Cody Barrett is officially joined the Supreme Court a day after her Senate confirmation. Amy Cody Baird is officially on the job is a Supreme Court justice Chief Justice John Roberts administered the judicial oath, so bear it in a private ceremony this morning. Morning after Barrett took to constitutional oath in a White House ceremony, the oath that I have solemnly taken means at its core, that I will do my job. Without any fear or favour. Divided Senate confirmed Barret last night, a 52 48 vote without any support from Democrats. Baird is expected to solidify the Supreme Court's conservative base with a 6 to 3 Majority San Antonio police have announced a street racing crackdown. Police say a dozen people were arrested last night and this morning on claims they blocked West Theo just south of downtown. Other groups also accused of throwing bottles and rocks and police officers. A dozen vehicles were towed. Local health officials are urging parents to create a contact free experience for trick or treaters This Halloween instead of costume kids ringing your doorbell for treats. Assistant City manager an interim director of Metro health doctor calling Bridger suggest getting creative in these times of social distancing. Rather than doling out candy from a large bowl, Dr Bridger suggest using a plastic hand grabber toy or offer prepackaged goody bags. So kids aren't rummaging through a community Candy bowl when it comes to costumes, Doctor Bridger says, Don't get a false sense of security from a typical Halloween mask. They don't offer protection from Cove in 19 Charity, McCurdy NewsRadio 1200 W. Away. Isidore is now a tropical storm has winds of 65 mile per hour and is now in the Gulf coast as it is expected to bring hurricane conditions. Portions of the area's earliest tomorrow as it is about 520 miles south of where the Mississippi River empties into the Gulf of Mexico and get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play news Radio 1200 wook I on I Heart radio. I'm carry.
"justice amy cody barrett" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"You. So on Election day in 2016. It was relatively quiet, as she says. So far, they have not been any problems with early voting. And she does not expect any on Election Day either of the Democratic Party's making a late surge to try and swing Texas from a red state too blue for the first time since 1976. The margin of victory for Trump in Texas, and the 2016 election was the smallest since 1996 earlier this month, a University of Texas survey gave Trump on Ly a five point lead over Biden. Campaign, however, insist that the Republicans grip on the state hasn't loosened. I'm Tanner Carlson, NewsRadio 1200 W O A. I. Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush may run for Texas attorney general, a senior adviser tells the Texas Tribune. There have been requests from donors to challenge fellow Republican compacts and for the office in 2022. He's keeping his options open. Paxton has been accused of abuse of office and bribery by former staff members over a relationship with a donor. He's still planning to run for reelection of Philadelphia is the latest city to be rocked with violence following the police killing of a black man. Walter Wallace was shot and killed yesterday, and officials say Wallace was armed with a knife and confronted officers when he was shot. Mayor Jim Kenney released a statement saying difficult questions have to be answered after he watched the video that showed what happened. A protest broke out. Intentions grew as night fell. Several officers are reported injured. Some having had bricks thrown Athm, but there are also reports of looting, vandalism and fires being set. But stay one on the job for the newest member of the Supreme Court. Justice Amy Cody Barrett began her duties after being administer the judicial oath by Chief Justice John Roberts of the High Court will consider whether they want to take up a case involving an abortion law in Mississippi on Friday. Mississippi's attorney general wants the high court to take a look at a decision by the fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. And that court ruled a state law banning almost all abortions..
"justice amy cody barrett" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Harry. Reid's the one who blew up the filibuster to judges through. You want to blame Republicans for budget stuff without any accountability for your own. Are the ones who held onto the filibuster. When the Democrats were blocking mcgillis and all the Republican nominees to the courts. The Republicans continued to allow the Democrats filibuster nominees through the Bush years. And when the Republicans did the same thing Obama, they Harry Reid got rid of Filibuster. You've got a long standing grievances from Republicans. They're tired of being bullied from Democrats they perceive it to be bleed and they're willing to fight. If you think that someone should have done something differently. Go to Harry Reid get in a time machine. Go back to hear read and say, Hey, don't get rid buster buddy. Or go back to. Begin Stratas days until him not to fight that fight, there are ways to fight hello there it is Eric your accent here the Erc your essential across the state of Georgia. The full number is eight, seven, seven, nine, seven, Eric, eight, seven, seven, nine, seven, three, seven, four to five navigating around satellite gremlins. This morning it seems my goodness we'll we'll we'll have to deal with now who is Amy Cody Barrett. I want to dive into this a little bit this morning so that you know. I am told very reliably and I've got this now from multiple people. Who are credible and would know there are fifty votes in the Senate specifically for Amy. Coney Barrett. Which means with the vice president cast a tie she could be the next Supreme Court justice. Amy Cody Barrett sits the seventh circuit. Court of Appeals. She was a law professor at University of Notre Dame. University I'm sorry we're in the United States aren't we? She was a law professor at the University of Notre Dame. and She has quite the record. She is very popular among evangelicals. So she belongs to she is Catholic She is your very pro-life she's very conservative and she belongs in a group. Within. The Catholic Church. That inspired that dreadful handmaid's tale. Now, I, need to tell you something. And I WANNA deviate momentarily. Amy Cody Barrett beating this group that inspired the handmaid's tale. Me Like Kerr even more than I already.