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"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Oh, art, gene. Stay connected with stimulating talk and breaking news on talkradio. Six eighty WCBS, Baltimore and wcbMcom. He says the collusion. Delusion is over love, Jack Callaghan. Fox News in Grand Rapids. Michigan last night holding his first rally since the end of the special counsel investigation. President Trump not mincing words the Russia, which was a plan by those who lost the election. To try and illegally regain power by framing innocent Americans. Many of them they suffered with an elaborate hope presidents have the Democrats now have to decide if they're going to continue defrauding the American people with ridiculous BS, although he did not use the abbreviation publicans of the house intelligence committee calling Adam Schefter to resign is committee chairman for claiming he'd seen evidence of Russian collusion when this special counsel's probe filed. None Mike Conaway read the letter at a hearing actions both past and present for incompatible with your duty as chairman of this committee, chairman shift back saying while he accepts a special counsel's findings. He still believes the Trump campaign committed misdeeds you might say, that's all okay. You might say. That's just what you need to do to win. But I don't think it's okay earlier. President Trump tweeted that shift should be forced to resign. Rachel Sutherland, according to the Wall Street Journal data from the. The black boxes has led investigators to believe that he THEO opium. Airlines crash. Nearly three weeks ago was caused by an automatic anti stole system pushing the plane's nose down shortly after takeoff that crash in another in Indonesia last October killed nearly three hundred fifty people both were seven thirty-seven max eight-year liners Boeing says it will make the anti stole system. Less aggressive and give pilots better training in how to control it Texas did not execute. Patrick Murphy last night. Surpreme court Justice Brad Kavanagh stopped it on first amendment grounds. The stated denied Murphy's request for a Buddhist spiritual adviser.

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Mississippi, Brad Kavanagh And Phil Bryant discussed on Brian Lehrer

Brian Lehrer

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Mississippi, Brad Kavanagh And Phil Bryant discussed on Brian Lehrer

"Mississippi governor, Phil Bryant has signed into law a Bill banning abortion as soon as a fetal heartbeat is detected. NPR Serra mccamman reports legal challenges are expected a less restrictive law banning abortions at fifteen weeks in Mississippi was already blocked by a federal judge in November and late last week. A federal judge in Kentucky. Temporarily blocked a similar law in that state that would ban abortions after a heartbeat is detected. But this is part of a larger push to pass restrictive abortion laws around the country and see what the US supreme court, which is now more conservative with Justice. Brad Kavanagh on the bench will allow to

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"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And we will get to all of it. After the news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. President Trump is increasing pressure on General Motors to reopen. A plant in Ohio key, political stop on his bid for reelection. NPR's? Camilo domino ski has more. The plant in Lordstown manufactured the compact Chevy Cruz and has been idled as consumers tastes shifted tortoise vs. The president wants the plant reopened and called for the local UAW leader to get his act together. The UAW has been pushing to keep the plant open. Trump also said he spoke to GM CEO, Mary Barra and told her to sell the plant or do something quickly GM says the long term fate of the plant is not yet determined the company also emphasizes it has jobs available for workers at other plants. The UAW meanwhile, thanked the president for quote fighting alongside the UAW the union. Did not acknowledge Trump's criticism Camilo domino sqi. NPR? News supreme court is weighing oral arguments in Virginia's racial gerrymandering case as Whitney Evans of member station. W E reports it is a last chance for state House Republicans to defend legislative boundaries drawn into eleven a lower court ruled the boundaries unlawfully packed African American voters into some districts to dilute their votes and others state house. Republicans appealed that decision to the high court Justice Brad Kavanagh considered if legislators had drawn fewer black voters in each district. May they have still faced claims of discrimination. But Justice Sonia Sotomayor said it was clear that race predominated in the process Virginia's democratic attorney general Mark herring spoke to reporters. Nothing. I heard today changes my belief that it's time for this case to come to an end and that we implement fair and constitutional and Representative districts for the next elections. The court has until the end of June. To rule in the case for NPR news. I'm Whitney Evans. A federal appeals court is considering whether Kansas should be allowed to revival requires proof of citizenship to register to vote the tenth circuit quarter of appeals judge Doron homes is reviewing evidence that the Kansas low prevented more than thirty thousand US citizens from voting in the state for over three years. New Zealand Prime Minister just into our Dern says her nation remains on high alert as it mourns the victims of the mass shootings at two mosques in Christ Church. Addressing members of parliament are during says the entire country stands with this grieving Muslim community a quiet Friday afternoon. A man stormed into a place of peaceful, worship and took away. The lives of fifty people. They're quiet Friday afternoon has become darkest of days are Dern says she'll refer to the accused gunman as a terrorist criminal an-and extremist, but never by name. She also repeated her vow to change New Zealand's gun laws. This is NPR news. Warner Brothers chief Kevin Suji horror is stepping down amid allegations that he offered an actress jobs for sex Suji horror is one of the highest ranking Hollywood executives to fall under the weight of sexual misconduct allegations. His exit follows other high profile executive departures in the post Harvey Weinstein. Hashtag me to aero Warner media chief executive John stinky says it's in the studios best interest Russian President, Vladimir Putin is marking the fifth anniversary of Russia's annexation of Crimea from Ukraine Moscow spent billions of dollars to make the land seizure, irreversible. But NPR's Lucian Kim reports from Kiev that the Trump administration special on voi- to Ukraine, just the US and its allies will never recognize Crimea. As being a part of Russia, Kurt Volker. President Trump's top negotiator in the Ukraine conflict called the fifth anniversary of prime years annexation a sad day. This is an illegal. Depiction and a illegal seizure of territory speaking to reporters on a conference, call Volker denounced Russia's crackdown on political rights and freedoms since taking over the Crimean peninsula in twenty fourteen annexation was followed by a Russian-backed insurgency in eastern Ukraine that has cost more than ten thousand lives. Fokker said the US will continue providing weapons Ukraine needs to defend itself and tightened sanctions on Russia. Ends the fighting Lucienne Kim NPR news Kiev on stock markets in Asia. Shares are mostly lower following gains. On Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrials rose sixty five points..

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"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Is on the clock. State delegate. Patrick hope says a Fairfax who's facing accusations by two women of past sexual assault says he'll introduce articles of impeachment against Fairfax on Monday. If the Lieutenant governor doesn't resign by them. Fairfax says encounters with women were consensual and he won't resign. Critics of impeachment say the Virginia constitution says it has to be for crimes committed while in office. But that's just one option. The constitution also says it can be for high crimes or misdemeanors ABC's Zachary quiche, also being called on to resign over black face or Virginia's governor and and attorney general because of the allegations against the Lieutenant governor of of sexual sought. I think the most likely scenario is that he steps down. It looks like the governor has dug in and he's not gonna leave ABC news political analyst Matthew Dowd, bringing her strong call to fight economic inequality. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren kicked off her campaign for the democratic presidential nomination in two twenty twenty. She wants to build an America that works for everyone. Some rich guy's scream class warfare. Let me tell you something these same. Rich guys have been waging class warfare against hardworking people for decades. It's time to fight back. The field of democratic presidential nominees will Russia. The presidential hopefuls will grow on Sunday. Senator Amy klobuchar plans to announce her candidacy for presidency in her home state of Minnesota. She grabbed headlines last year with her tense exchange with supreme court Justice Brad Kavanagh who questioned her drinking habits at his confirmation hearing. He later apologized ABC's tear appel Mary at the White House. Speaking head of the African Union summit United Nations secretary General Antonio guitarist declared the world is losing the race with climate change. And he says Africa will pay a higher price in the form of greater temperature increases..

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"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. Virginia's Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax's on the clock state delegate. Patrick hope says who is facing accusations by two women of past sexual assault says he'll introduce articles of impeachment against Fairfax on Monday. If the Lieutenant governor doesn't resign by them. Fairfax says his encounters with women were consensual and he won't resign. Critics of impeachment say the Virginia constitution says it has to be for crimes committed while in office. But that's just one option. The constitution also says it can be for high crimes or misdemeanors ABC's. Every also being called on to resign over black, face Virginia's governor, and and attorney general because of the allegations against the Lieutenant governor of our of sexual thought, I think the most likely scenario is that he steps down. It looks like the governor has dug in and he's not gonna leave ABC news political analyst Matthew Dowd, bringing her strong call to fight economic inequality. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren kicked off her campaign for the democratic presidential nomination in twenty twenty. She wants to build an America that works for everyone some rich guy scream class warfare. Well, let me tell you something these same. Rich guys have been waging class warfare against hardworking people for decades. Say it's time to fight back the field of democratic presidential nominees will Russia. The presidential hopefuls will grow on Sunday. Senator Amy klobuchar plans to announce her candidacy for presidency in her home state of Minnesota. She grabbed headlines last year with her tense exchange with supreme court Justice Brad Kavanagh who questioned her drinking habits at his confirmation hearing. He later apologized ABC's Tara Pell Mary at the White House. Speaking you head of the African Union summit, the United Nations secretary General Antonio guitarist declared the world is losing the race with climate change. And he says Africa will pay a higher price in the form of greater temperature increases. You're listening to ABC news.

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"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"To acknowledge the past former chairman Dingell, he was a statesman and a leader. And it is a sad day this committee. I'm sure wherever the death or Democrat John Dingle served a record fifty nine years in congress Whitaker's don't making his opening remark. After lawmakers made. There's FOX's Rachel Sutherland live in Washington. Dave committee, chairman democrat Jerry Nadler slammed Whitaker for intending to use executive privilege in order to avoid questions. In other words, you reserve the right to end to refuse to answer the question forever. That's not how it works ranking member Doug Collins, this is nothing more than a character assassination. Democrats wants to know why would occur used himself from the. Russia probe and why he was chosen for the job of acting attorney general in the first place. Dave, Rachel, President Trump's said the mainstream media as he called it. His Senate intelligence committee chairman Richard Burs comments their investigation has found. No, Trump Russia collusion. Louisiana's new abortion law blocked at the US supreme court, pending a full review of the requirement abortion providers must have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals. Critics say would have closed most clinics in the state's chief Justice John Roberts joined the courts for liberal stopping enforcement of the statute Pentagon review. The case Justice Brad Kavanagh wrote a dissent explaining his vote the laws similar to one in Texas. The justices struck down three years ago Roberts dissented in that case oxes, Tom reghati, a British actor has died months. New probably seen a lotta movies Salvini. I have you bonus. Check. He was nominated for an Oscar for and Brockovich walls. Sweat four other Academy Award nominations never one he dotted eighty two after a short illness. Now,.

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"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on WLAC

"The free. Yep. Promo code fake. Got it. Good. Republicans tried to stop a house hearing before testimony even begins. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News slow in favor of the motion to adjourn say I oppose nay the nose have it. Okay. Roll-call one by one along party lines, the thwart the GOP attempt than acting attorney general Matt Whitaker made his opening comments for a star. And I would also like to acknowledge the passing former chairman Dingell, he was a statesman and a leader. And it is a sad day in this committee. I'm sure forever during the death of Democrat John Dingle served a record fifty nine years in congress would still making his opening remark. After lawmakers made. There's FOX's Rachel Sutherland live in Washington. Dave committee, chairman democrat Jerry Nadler slammed Whitaker for intending to use executive privilege in order to avoid questions. In other words, you reserve the right to enter refused to answer the question forever. That's not how it works ranking member Doug Collins, this is nothing more than a character assassination. Democrats want to know why Whitaker accused himself from the Russia probe and why he was chosen for the job of acting attorney general in the first place. Dave, Rachel, President Trump's have said the mainstream media as he called it. His Senate intelligence committee chairman Richard Burs comments their investigation has found. No, Trump Russia collusion Louisiana's new. Ooh, abortion law blocked at the US supreme court, pending a full review of the requirement abortion providers must have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals. Critics say would have closed most clinics in the state's chief Justice John Roberts joined the courts for liberal stopping enforcement of the statute, pending a full review of the case Justice Brad Kavanagh wrote a dissent explaining his vote the laws similar to one in Texas. The justices struck down three years ago Roberts dissented in that case oxes, Tom reghati, a British actor has died. Once you've probably seen a lotta movies Salvini. I have you bonus. Check. He was nominated for an Oscar for Erin Brockovich. Also sweat four other Academy Award nominations, never one. He died at eighty two after.

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"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Ninety two point one FM W, agr HD, two Memphis, an iheartradio station. Republicans tried to stop a house hearing before testimony even begins. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News slow in favor of the motion to adjourn say I oppose nay the nose habit. Oko voted roll-call one by one along party lines before the GOP champ. Then acting attorney general Matt Whitaker made his opening comments for a star. And I would also like to acknowledge the passing former chairman Dingell, he was a statesman and a leader. And it is a sad day this committee. I'm sure referencing the death of Democrat John Dingle directed fifty nine years in congress are still making his opening remark. After lawmakers made. There's FOX's Rachel Sutherland live in Washington. Dave committee, chairman democrat Jerry Nadler slammed Whitaker for intending to use executive privilege in order to avoid questions. In other words. Reserve the right to enter refused to answer the question forever. That's not how it works ranking member. Doug Collins, this is nothing more than a character assassination. Democrats want to know why would occur recused himself from the Russia probe in why he was chosen for the job of acting attorney general in the first place. Dave, Rachel, President Trump said the mainstream media as he called it. His Senate intelligence committee chairman Richard Burs comments their investigation has found. No, Trump Russia collusion. Louisiana's new abortion law blocked at the US supreme court, pending a full review of the requirement abortion providers must have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals. Critics say would've closed most clinics in the states chief Justice John Roberts joined the courts for liberal stopping enforcement of the statute. Pentagon review of the case Justice Brad Kavanagh wrote a dissent explaining his vote the laws similar to one in Texas. The justices struck down three years ago Roberts dissented in. That case Sox's tomor. Gotti a British actor has died. Once you've probably seen a lotta movies Salvat Finney. I have your bonus. Check. He was nominated for an Oscar for Erin Brockovich, Vinnie and all sweat four other Academy Award nominations, never one. He died at eighty two after.

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"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Republicans tried to stop a house hearing before testimony even begins. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News slow in favor of the motion to adjourn say I oppose nay the nose avid local on they voted roll-call one-by-one along party lines with the GOP attempt and acting attorney general Matt Whitaker made his opening comments for a start. I would also like to acknowledge the passing former chairman Dingell, he was a statesman and a leader. And it is a sad day this committee. I'm sure referencing the death of Democrat John Dingle who served a record fifty nine years in congress Whitaker's don't making his opening remark. After lawmakers made. There's FOX's Rachel Sutherland live in Washington. Dave committee, chairman democrat Jerry Nadler slammed Whitaker for intending to use executive privilege in order to avoid questions. In other words, you reserve the right to refuse to answer the question forever. That's not how it works ranking member Doug Collins, this is nothing more than a character assassination. Democrats want to know why Whitaker? Accused himself from the Russia probe and why he was chosen for the job of acting attorney general in the first place. Dave, Rachel, President Trump said the mainstream media as he called it. His Senate intelligence committee chairman Richard Burs comments their investigation has found. No, Trump Russia collusion. Louisiana's new abortion law blocked. The US supreme court pending a full review of the requirement abortion providers must have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals. Critics say would close most clinics in the state's chief Justice John Roberts joined the courts for liberals stopping enforcement of the statute, pending a full review of the case Justice Brad Kavanagh wrote a dissent explaining his vote the walls similar to one in Texas. The justices struck down three years ago Roberts dissented in that case. Tom reghati, a British actor has died. Once you've probably seen a lotta movies Salvat Finney. I have you bonus. Check. He was nominated for an Oscar for Erin Brockovich also at four other Academy Award nominations, never one. He died at eighty two after a short illness..

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"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Until the supreme court decides whether or not to hear the case Justice Brad Kavanagh wrote the dissenting opinion, it's another bitterly cold morning in the Dakotas and the upper mid west. It's twenty one degrees below zero this morning and Grand Forks, North Dakota. It's minus twelve in Minneapolis, Gary Ellen bolt with South Dakota public broadcasting says the extreme cold is affecting a lot of schools many schools. Have the Dakotas are starting late today or cancelling classes because of the morning. Wind chills blowing drifting snow forced closure of much of interstate twenty nine in the Dakotas air temperatures arranging for fifteen below twenty below zero. And it doesn't take a lot of wind to create the dangerous conditions, south Dakota's capital city of peer reached a windshield. Reading of thirty one below and Raleigh North Dakota near the Canadian border has felt a wind chill of forty five below zero wind chill warnings in advisories are up in at least a dozen states in the central US. This is NPR news from Washington. This is WNYC from New York. I'm Richard Hake. We're just getting word that police have shot a man in lower Manhattan this morning. The NYPD says officers were responding to a call and a building on cherry street near the Manhattan bridge when they opened fire just before seventy tells still coming in the fire department reports that the man was taken to Bellevue hospital in cardiac arrest, mayor de Blasios proposing to increase the city's budget by four percent for the fiscal year beginning in July, but he says that showing restraint because of a fluctuating stock market. And threatened budget cuts from the state. History shows that you know, we win some we lose some, and so we cannot be overly optimistic when we're starting at such a substantial figure since the Blasios became mayor in two thousand fourteen the city's budget has increased by twenty five percents. Governor Cuomo delivered an attack on the MTA in a speech to business leaders WNYC, Stephen nessen says he criticized everything from the agency's management, how cleans the floors while the governor criticized the agency for wasting money and having a dysfunctional board even bash them for using tide laundry detergent on the floors just because it smells better the MTA is a disgrace for this state. We all know it. She wants to restructure the agency replace its board and give complete control the one person. He's willing to do it as for revenue. The governor says congestion pricing is the best way to bring in money in urged lawmakers to make it happen. The MTA didn't respond to the attacks. But it agreed that without congestion pricing. The agency would need to raise fares twenty. Seven percent in the next five years to cover its capital expenses. New Jersey environmentalists are applauding a Bill approved by the state legislature last week that will allow towns and cities to start charging fees to property.

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"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on KCRW

"Until the supreme court decides whether or not to hear the case Justice Brad Kavanagh wrote the dissenting opinion. It's another bitterly cold morning in the Dakotas and the upper midwest, it's twenty one degrees below zero this morning and Grand Forks, North Dakota. It's minus twelve in Minneapolis, Gary Ellen bolt with South Dakota public broadcasting says the extreme cold is affecting a lot of schools many schools. Have the Dakotas are starting late today or cancelling classes? Because of the morning, wind chills blowing and drifting snow forced closure of much of interstate twenty nine in the Dakotas air temperatures arranging fifteen below twenty below zero. And it doesn't take a lot of wind to create the dangerous conditions, south Dakota's capital city of peer reached a windshield. Reading of thirty one below and rollin North Dakota near the Canadian border has felt he wind chill forty five below zero wind chill warnings and advisories are up in. At least a dozen states in the central US. This is NPR news from Washington. The Trump administration says oil drilling in Alaska's Arctic national wildlife refuge is being delayed Elizabeth horrible with Alaska public media says the interior department is putting it off until next winter in part because of the recent five week partial government shutdown just months after congress legalized drilling in the Arctic refuge, accompany applied to do an expansive early stage oil exploration program, they're called SE exploration. The company wanted to start in December covering over two thousand square miles and involving hundreds of workers this work can only happen in winter when snow helps protect the tundra from the big vehicles used to vibrate. The ground and gather seismic data on where oil might be but a longer than expected permanent process and the government shutdown put a crimp in those plans this week the interior department said the program likely won't happen until next winter environmental groups are celebrating the delay. They.

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"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:02 min | 2 years ago

"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Amber, thanks for having me back on. So what a bizarre series of two weeks. We've now had in Virginia just to see everything going on. And I want to start know one of the reasons I wanted to talk to you 'cause you a black Republican or watching this running for the house of delegates and seeing the top Democrats in the state embroiled, the two white ones embroiled in this like black face controversy. What was your first reaction to seeing that both governor northern and Marquette caring had black-faced photos in their yearbooks were wore black face in the past. Yeah. I think everybody else. I was completely shocked the last couple of weeks. I think you said van has been like a dumpster fire. I think that's an insult. The dumpster fires, frankly. But I was shocked at what I saw and one thing that that came to my mind that I was the Democrats don't hold any higher high ground on the issue of race racism, you know, for years they have used race as a political weapon against their political opponents, and I've always said that our country will never move forward on the issue of race as long as racers used as a political weapon. But in a political sense. It's almost like poetic Justice, considering what governor north of them did to Ed Gillespie in twenty seventeen demonizing him over and over suggesting that he was a racist. And and here we see the Democrats do not hold the high ground on racism themselves. Well, actually, in some ways, it seems I heard I heard Tucker Carlson voicing this theory to this idea. Actually, so many of these Democrats are being exposed as racists. It almost seems like all the preaching. They're doing in public is to clear up the conscious till like actually make good on their souls projection. Yeah. Because you have you've got now the the the top two white Repub. Sorry, white Democrats rather in the state of Virginia have both warned black face. Like, what are the odds of that? Well, I do want to say this. I mean, I was offended when I saw it. But I I think if you look at the governor's and capitals of states all across America, and you go back into their history. You might see some of the same thing back in the seventies back in the sixties and so on and so on our our country has come a long way. Sure. But it is very frustrating that governor north and Mark herring. Just had demonized Republicans accusing them of racism when they had this in their own passed, and they've never actually come forward before now to do that until a lot of their attacks. Ring a extremely hollow. I'll tell you what I talked to a lot of African American Democrats in my community and across the state over the last week and a half, and and they're very upset. They're very angry, and they wanna hold their leaders to the same standard that they have held a lot of Republicans do DJ. What do you make about these? Sexual assault allegations against Lieutenant governor Fairfax because it seems like a lot of the Democrats who were quick to condemn supreme court. Now Justice Brad Kavanagh are now holding their tongues on a very similar set of circumstances with the democrat in Virginia. Right. And you know, look Justin surf deserves due process. Just like Brad Kavanagh is their due process. But it is interesting to see how some Democrats are talking about this. And and being quiet about it. I I think you have mixed reviews where a lot of people you saw the national organization of women come out and demand that he resigned, you know, I'll give him credit at least they're consistent. Right. I think they're wrong. But at least they're consistent, but you kind of see the consequences of this extreme zero tolerance policy that have come from the left over the last couple of years. Yeah. Is interesting. And actually, I'm not seeing everyone's like, oh, all we're getting his partisan reactions. That's not true. Actually, I'm here for most Republicans like yourself that people are due process, but that they should live up to the standards that they hold for everybody else at the same time, and that's a reasonable position to have. But what I've been interested in DJ is as as now all three of the top Democrats in the line of success. Session for for the governor's seat are all embroiled in scandal. Fry the race reasons or for sexual assault raisins now, all of a sudden decrease decreased the likeliness in the eyes of all political observers that any of these Democrats are going to step down because the case is being made what you would want to turn over the governor's seat to a Republican. That's that's crazy. What do you make of that? I think that's true, actually. And I think there's a lot of allies of governor north who maybe behind part of the other revelations against us in Fairfax. And hearing I don't know that for sure, but it almost looks like somebody out there wanted to defend orphaned by saying. Hey, everybody's got stuff. It's not just governor north them. I hope that's not true. But I do think and I said this last week. I said if government orphaned makes it past the state of the union, I probably don't think he will resign. Like, so many people are still calling him to do. But I mean, he's a lame duck. Now, he doesn't have the same influence or capital that he had before. And I think Democrats realized DJ is this going to help you get elected in November. How bad Democrats are being right now. I don't know if this particular scandal is going to help me get elected. I I don't I don't really care about that care more about this. Our Commonwealth and coming together. I do think the extreme position on abortion has awoken a lot of people in that will help Republicans get elected all across the state. We saw extreme statements from delegate Kathy TRAN yes and governor north and by the way, my opponent cosponsored that Bill delegate Elizabeth Guzman people are saying how extreme the Democrats have become on the issue of abortion and even fantasize. All right. Got unfortunately, got to leave it there. Just because I'm out of time with you. But DJ Jordan, we're going to have you back. You're running for the thirty first district that Virginia state house of delegates and always appreciate your insight. Thank you, sir. All right, seven forty four. When's the last time you.

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"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Alabama killed killer late last night. Dominique Rey got a lethal injection for raping and murdering a teenage girl initially Wednesday at court blocked raise execution because he demanded a Muslim imam in the chamber with him. US supreme court though, lifted the stay in Ray was allowed to see the imam before going into the death chamber. The US supreme court also ruled against the state of Louisiana in an abortion case being put on hold a law requiring abortion providers to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals that ruling handed down by justices and a five four vote Thursday. The case represents a test of the now bore conservative courts views on abortion rights. Chief Justice John Roberts joined the courts for liberal stopping enforcement of the statute. Pentagon review of the case Justice Brad Kavanagh wrote a dissent explaining his vote the walls similar to one in Texas. The justices struck down three years ago Roberts dissented in that case. Tom reghati, Fox News. There's been a lot of. Consternation about sanctuary cities and states not wanting to fully cooperate with federal immigration agents. But the Justice department is citing fed and local cooperation for a drop in violent crime. Securing America deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein told law enforcement here in L A that the crime rate is going back down around the country, and it's in part due to federal cooperation with local cops through partnerships. He praised police in L A, comparing them to other cities where he says officers hands tied Baltimore and Chicago literally hundreds of people lost their lives because of political decisions that resulted in police refraining from doing the things that we need them to do. He said when local state and federal law enforcement cooperates cities thrive become safer and that safety leads to prosperity, Jessica Rosenthal. Fox News on Wall Street. Stock futures are down the day after the Dow dropped two hundred.

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"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Stewart, and we will get to all of it after the news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. The US supreme court has stayed Louisiana law that requires abortion clinics to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals, pending a full review of the statute chief Justice John Roberts sided with four liberals on the court, while the newest Justice Brad Kavanagh wrote the dissenting opinion cavenaugh says the court's ruling premature because Louisiana has agreed to give abortion providers. An additional forty five days to obtain hospital admitting privileges before the statute is enforced. The Trump administration zero tolerance immigration policy has been blocked since a federal judge order to halt to family separations at the southern US border. A government official who oversaw the care of migrant children has told a house oversight committee hearing that more families have been split apart since the ruling was issued in June of last year. Polly Stryker has more the order banning widespread family separation allow. House for exceptions when immigration officials believe apparent poses a danger to a child, but Jonathan white who used to help run the agency responsible for immigrant children. In government care says federal law doesn't define what makes a parent a threat. There is nothing in law, which either precludes arbitrary separation or defines the terms for separation white urged members of the house committee on energy and commerce to pass a law to clarify when it's okay for immigration agents to take a child from a parent advocates who testified at the hearing said parents were recently deemed, unfit because of immigration violations or for quote, unquote, other reasons for NPR news. I'm Polly Stryker. Dozens of congressional lawmakers are backing a nonbinding resolution called the green new deal. The proposal calls for an ambitious overhaul of the US economy and steps to address climate change NPR's Jeff Brady has this reaction environmental groups, generally support the green new deal though. A few say they wanted stronger language call. For an into fossil fuels backers, including Representative Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. Also, take aim at methane from cows, methane is a potent greenhouse gas. Call Woodall with the national Cattlemen's beef association says it's difficult to respond to the plan unless we actually have details. It's hard to truly understand what they could achieve reportedly what the impact with beyond us activists supporting the green new deal plan three weeks of lobbying to get more members of congress to sign onto it. Jeff Brady NPR news. Former congressman John Dingell has died at his home in Dearborn Michigan..

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"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Shot at one thousand dollars four times. Fourteen D W M A L, A Cumulus station. W were male news at eleven good morning, everyone. I'm John Matthews. New details at this hour. Eight Virginia state trooper was killed last night while serving an arrest warrant is part of a tactical team in farmville west of Richmond during the exchange of gunfire trooper Lucas Tao who the member serving on that tactical team was shot transported to the hospital there in farmville where he succumbed to his injuries later Monday night, these shooting suspect he's been identified as forty four year old Cory Johnson died at the scene state police spokeswoman Corinne Geller Dowell. A four year veteran is the sixty six state trooper to die in the line of duty border security, as you might expect will be a major theme of President Trump's state of the union address tonight press secretary, Sarah Sanders, the president is committed today as he's ever been to border security. He knows that we have to stop the cartels the coyotes the human trafficking coming across our border. He's serious about it. He's not gonna stop until we fix this problem. Not one. More American life should be lost because we failed to secure our border. You can hear the speech on wwl starting at nine and stay with us for your reaction right up to midnight as President Trump works to stamp out illegal immigration, his private organization is working to stamp out. Illegal employee's new report from the Washington Post finds eighteen undocumented employees of Trump golf courses fired over the past two months, and there are likely more to come. We still do not know exactly how many workers in the Trump organization are illegal part of the reason is we are in the winter season. And some of them are seasonal so they may be asked not to come back after this investigation. This review this internal review respondent, Christina Leche, Virginia governor Ralph Northam spending another day reaching out to lawmakers and community leaders looking for support in his bid to hang onto his job essentially begged his cabinet to stick with him to give him more time to prove that he is not the person in this racist photo. Oh that has gotten so much attention. Respondent Ryan nobles now would not be a great time to transition to Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax. He's facing a scandal of his own claim of sexual assault by a woman in two thousand and four. Fairfax says anything that happened was consensual. But is there more to the story? Virginia political analyst even Farnsworth told mornings on the mall that this woman come forward. If she'd go on the record does she make some sort of public statement about what happened that might increase the pressure on the governor to answer more fully the accuser is hired. The law firm that represents Christine Blasi Ford. The accuser of now Justice Brad Kavanagh to represent her. The university of Maryland abandoned, the ACC for the big ten conference five years ago in hopes of making money and filling the football stadium with fans knew data gathered by the Baltimore Sun shows the school is making more money more than twice what it made from the ACC. But Maryland still struggles to draw a crowd attendance was down last season compared to the three years before that. One big reason Maryland used to be competitive in the ACC big ten record thirteen and thirty over the past five years checking your money. The Dow is up one seventy six the NASDAQ up sixty up next traffic and weather something happened that you've got to.

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"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is WNYC FM HD and AM New York. Nancy Pelosi reclaimed the speaker's gavel this week as Democrats took control of the house. We'll take a look this hour at Pelosi's career and the political skills that have helped her hold onto power. Also this hour. The partial government shutdown means farmers and other rural residents will be waiting for services. They can usually rely on. Also this hour a tent camp housing migrant children in Texas is due to shut down by the end of January has the federal government is more detained children to the families. We'll get details and later in North Carolina to Cherokee brothers are working to save their native language both of them teach it, but neither speak it fluently. It's a common problem among native language. Teachers. It's Saturday January fifth twenty nineteen good morning. Happy new year. I'm Sean Carlson and this is weekend edition on WNYC. Live from NPR news in Washington on Giles Snyder as the partial government shutdown moves into its third week today. Top White House officials and congressional staffers are scheduled to meet to seek an end to the standoff. Vice president Pence is to host a meeting. The democratic led house has approved a spending package to reopen the government, but it does not include the border wall funding, President Trump is seeking Syria. Iran and Yemen will dominate secretary of state Mike Pompeo's trip to the Middle East next week NPR's. Michelle Kellerman reports that Pompeo will also visit Saudi Arabia where he hopes to get more information on the investigation into the killing of journalist Jamaica Shuki official briefing reporters on the upcoming trip says Saudi Arabia needs to have a quote credible narrative about what happened did Jamalpur show. G who was killed in the Saudi consulate in is Dan bull. The US also wants to see full accountability. So far the official. Says the narrative and legal process have not yet met that threshold of credibility adding that it is in Saudi Arabia's interests to quote, get this albatross off their backs. This will be on Bao's second trip to Riyadh since the Washington Post. Columnist was killed eleven suspects are on trial in Saudi Arabia. Michelle Kellerman, NPR news, the State Department national security adviser John Bolton already in the Middle East. He left yesterday for a trip that takes him to Israel and Turkey. The supreme court says it will hear a case challenging electoral maps in Maryland and North Carolina. Jason to Bruin of member station. W UNC reports this will be the first time that the high court has taken a partisan gerrymandering case, racial gerrymanders are illegal the courts have made that clear, but there has never been a ruling on drawing congressional districts to benefit a political party this session that will change the court declined to hear different partisan gerrymander case last year that. Court still included Justice, Anthony Kennedy. He has been replaced by Justice Brad Kavanagh for NPR news. I'm Jason debris in Durham with the economy going strong. The head of the Federal Reserve is seeking to calm concerns about further interest rate hikes. Steve Beck ner reports on Jerome Powell's remarks at an annual economists convention in Atlanta, that's taking place this weekend. Powell stopped short of announcing a pause in rate hikes, but made clear further increases won't be automatic. Particularly with the muted inflation readings that we've seen coming in. We will be patient as we watch to see how the economy involves Powell was upbeat calling Friday's jobs numbers, very, strong and downplaying a soft manufacturing survey. But he noted financial market concerns about downside risks to the global economy. So he said the fed most monitor economic and financial conditions and perhaps change strategy. You're listening to NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm Sean Carlson. Many federal employees are still working despite the partial government shutdown, but some of them are not getting paid workers with the Transportation Security Administration received their last paycheck last week. And there's no guarantee when low receive the next one one TSA officer at JFK airport in queens, who declined to give her name for fear of retaliation said she lives paycheck to paycheck and only has a few hundred dollars left in the back. I really don't like asking for help.

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"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on KCRW

"NPR news in Washington on trial Snyder as the partial government shutdown moves into its third week today. Top White House officials and congressional staffers are scheduled to meet to seek an end to the standoff. Vice president Pence is to host a meeting. The democratic led house has approved a spending package to reopen the government, but it does not include the border wall funding, President Trump is seeking Syria. Iran and Yemen will dominate secretary of state Mike Pompeo's trip to the Middle East next week impairs. Michelle Kellerman reports at Pompeo will also visit Saudi Arabia where he hopes to get more information on the investigation into the killing of journalist Jamal kashogi official briefing reporters on the upcoming trip says Saudi Arabia needs to have a quote credible narrative about what happened did Jamal Bishop g who was killed in the Saudi consulate in is Dan, boom. The US also wants to see full accountability. So far, the official says the narrative and. Legal process have not yet met that threshold of credibility. Adding that it is in Saudi Arabia's interests to quote, get this albatross off their backs. This will be on Bao's second trip to Riyadh since the Washington Post. Columnist was killed eleven suspects are on trial in Saudi Arabia. Michelle Kellerman, NPR news, the State Department national security adviser John Bolton already in the Middle East. He left yesterday for a trip that takes him to Israel and Turkey. The supreme court says it will hear a case challenging electoral maps in Maryland and North Carolina. Jason Bruin of member station. W UNC reports this will be the first time that the high court has taken a partisan gerrymandering case, racial gerrymanders are illegal the courts have made that clear, but there has never been a ruling on drawing congressional districts to benefit a political party this session that will change the court declined to hear a different partisan gerrymander case last year that court still included Justice. Anthony kennedy? He has been replaced by Justice Brad Kavanagh for NPR news. I'm Jason Dobrynin in Durham with the economy going strong. The head of the Federal Reserve is seeking to calm concerns about.

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"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

07:30 min | 3 years ago

"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Twelve minutes before the hour now on I liked the first day of the year and this morning, we're talking with our White House correspondent Bob Costantini. And our Capitol Hill. Correspondent Linda Kenyon, guys. What made the biggest impression on you this past year? I would say the confirmation hearings of now supreme court associate Justice Brad Kavanagh that was one of the most startling things. I have ever seen in a lot of people have ever seen the protests, the outcry the the questioning the testimony from Christine Blasi Ford who had accused him of sexual assault back when the two were in high school. Never seen anything like that. It was just absolutely astounding to see what went on surrounding this nomination the testimony from both Brad Kavanagh and Christine Blasi Ford were riveting and and the protests before during and after were incredible. I never thought I would actually see somebody banging on the courthouse doors, but after the Senate on a weekend morning finally confirmed Brett Kavanagh, the protesters hundreds of them probably more than hundreds or ran across the street. And raced up the stairs. The supreme corden and they banged on the door of the courthouse. I mean, it's a metaphor. But it actually happened. And it's it was just an amazing thing to watch the history on fold, and it was also a difficult story to cover because it was emotional. And I think that will go down in history. The Kim summit. According to the president went very, well and they've gotten along. And then there was a meeting with Vladimir Putin for which the president was seriously, criticized by members of his own party as well as Democrats as well as international leaders for just seeming to be in all of Ladimir Putin. So the president the on the world stage, at least is may have to do some kind of reset the Singapore of the summit with Kim Jong UN a lot of people realize that North Korea's necessarily living up to anywhere near what the president thought he got out of Kim Jong on. But Putin there continues to be this love hate relationship between Putin and Trump he he supposedly is invited him to come to the White House at some point here in the new year, and perhaps they'll be a reciprocal invite the Moscow, but the relationship between the two of them is going to have to go through some sort of reset. It would seem. Look for the president to try to make strides. I guess on the international stage, and maybe he can work with the Democrats have bit in infrastructure. The Democrats signaled early on in the Trump presidency that they were willing to work with the president to spend billions of dollars for roads bridges rail all those kinds of things for the border wall. What has happened is? It is not the money there or somebody is saying they don't want it to happen because you know, Mr. Trump is a builder. It isn't money thing. Well, it is a money thing. It's also so many things keep distracting the president. And the the the congress keeps reacting to it. I mean, not the least of which is the entire Russia probe the Mueller investigation. There's so much growing out of that. So many tentacles that there's been so many distractions on that but infrastructure, the president ran on on, you know, rebuilding America making America, great again and part of that includes improving our our infrastructure. So I imagine he'll come around again and try and refocus on that issue. But. With a divided congress and with the bad blood. If you will over this whole border wall situation, I don't know how well they're going to be doing any negotiations with some signs that the economy could start to slow down a little bit. And they're coming here. There's nothing to like goosing the economy with government spending. And if you want to spend money on infrastructure, you're going to create jobs all over the country. And so maybe that's what it'll take to to get that cap spending one of the things that took effect in two thousand eighteen was the tax cuts the corporate and personal tax cuts that were championed a year earlier by the Republicans and the president they got it through and yet in the end Republicans in two thousand eighteen and the president could not run on these tax cuts. And that's exactly what the Democrats said was going to happen in house speaker, Paul Ryan's, farewell speech. One of his things was he said he had regrets that he didn't get a handle on the debt and the deficit and. Well, part of that is because they added to the debt and the deficit with spending, but not increasing revenue, and it is political rallies before the midterm elections. The president said almost nothing about the tax cuts. Because the polling indicated that there was that perception out there that the tax cuts didn't benefit average Americans to any great extent. But I think the year of twenty eighteen started with fighting over healthcare and it ended with fighting over healthcare following a ruling by a judge in Texas that basically struck down the entire ObamaCare, the Affordable Care Act and the Senate Democrats House Democrats and even some Republicans who campaign during the midterm elections on protecting preexisting conditions are now kind of. Florida about what they're going to do about this. And I think what's going to happen is we're going to begin the year on healthcare again much like the previous year, and they're going to be several legal challenges to that judge's ruling. And we're going to be fighting the same fights mostly around the issue of coverage for pre-existing conditions. So I think one of things our listeners really want to know the most is when do you guys sleep? That question a lot in fits and starts and shifts. You know, not a lot of quite frankly as far as I'm concerned, I try to sleep at night, but in the morning, generally, go there's all there are things to do because the president's up in tweeting a lot in the morning you have to figure out what maybe newsworthy versus. What is just a repeat kind of tweets? But yeah. In the morning, I tend to be busy though because of presidential tweets and often it like three o'clock in the morning. Tweets will come up, and then there's congressional reaction to it. So yeah, it's it's nonstop news cycle. And it's an exciting time to be in journalism. But it's also an exhausting time. What's the most of us fun part about it? I would say being able to witness history. When you think about the things that we get to see and do, and when I start to think about what I just saw what I just witnessed the lying in state in the capitol rotunda of of the late. Senator John McCain or the late president, George H W Bush the cavenaugh hearings state of the union addresses rallies on Capitol Hill. There's always something. It's really an awesome thing to be able to actually be in the middle of all of that and experience it most people don't get to do that in their lifetime. And when you think about that, you know. Wow. That was really awesome. For me along the same lines. It's really cool to get to ask newsmakers questions and get them to respond and make news always loved it. In the news. We're always keeping track of how many times you show.

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Supreme Court, Chief Justice John Roberts And Brad Kavanagh discussed on The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Supreme Court, Chief Justice John Roberts And Brad Kavanagh discussed on The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

"Trump administration cannot enforce ban on asylum seekers who show up in a remote section of the southern border border, rather, that's according to the supreme court. It will be business as usual when it comes to asylum seekers at the border. The supreme court will not allow the Trump administration to enforce a ban on asylum for immigrants who illegally crossed the border in areas. Other than at ports of entry. Chief Justice John Roberts siding with four of the more liberal justices. Brad Kavanagh on three other conservative members of the court siding

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What's Going on With Michael Avenatti?

Joel Riley

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

What's Going on With Michael Avenatti?

"A Los Angeles woman has obtained a restraining order against anti Trump attorney, Michael Manati, Michael naughty as awaiting a hearing on the restraining order, which is set for next month. Morelli an actress who appeared in oceans, eight father domestic. Restraining order on Monday in Los Angeles. But it's not clear if she's the same woman who accused of naughty of domestic violence last week avenue was formerly charged on Wednesday and has tweeted in response to that restraining order saying the claim is quote bogus and fabricated. Yeah. This is the same Michael ever Nadia said that women who levelled allegations against supreme court Justice. Brad Kavanagh

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized after fracturing 3 ribs

All Things Considered

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized after fracturing 3 ribs

"For observation and treatment. The court said Ginsburg has broken ribs before and continued to work despite considerable pain. But doctors say that fractured ribs are always of considerable concern in an older person because of the danger of pneumonia Ginsburg is no stranger to illness, even serious illness. She's survived too serious bouts with cancer one. Colorectal the other pancreatic, but she is never missed an argument session on the bench. She was however missing today from the investiture ceremony for new Justice Brad Kavanagh at the supreme court, Nina totenberg, NPR news, Washington, fellow counting continues for three elections with very close results. Florida's governor and Senate race and the governor's race in Georgia. Where today Republican Brian camp resigned as secretary of state a day after declaring victory. His rival Stacey Abrams is refusing to concede and her campaign is demanding that state officials count every vote but Kemp says the

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Google offers more secure email for journalists, politicians, activists ... and you?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:42 min | 3 years ago

Google offers more secure email for journalists, politicians, activists ... and you?

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation when it comes to mobility, more and more businesses are turning to planet, m Michigan is home to the largest concentration of auto related engineers in the nation as well as various all road and all weather at Thomas testing centers to learn more head to planet, m dot com. Planet m Michigan where big ideas and mobility are born and by the block lend solutions conference curious about blockchain technology for business applications and more attend the block Lynn solutions conference December first through fourth at Cleveland's Huntington convention center, you'll learn from leaders who've successfully applied blockchain technology to the organization and how you can to learn more and register at block link Cleveland dot com slash podcast. Google built Email for politicians, but you have to trust Google from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. Email can be very vulnerable way to communicate especially if you're sending around valuable information because you're a politician or a journalist or an activist high profile Email users are targets for hackers trying to get them to click the wrong link and give up their passwords. Google actually offers a version of g mail with extra security, you need a physical USB key to log in and anyone can use it. But Google markets it to these high profile users Mark Risher is head of Google's account security team in creator of what's called the advanced protection program. What we realized was that while we do our utmost to protect everyone. There's some people that need really to turn it up to the max that whether they are activists or journalists or political figures the risk or the likelihood of an attack is particularly high. And so we built advanced protection. Yes. As the Fort Knox to give them Google strongest security offerings all in one place. I mean, I suppose that even. If you were let's say candidate who was enrolled in advanced protection. But you were emailing somebody who wasn't isn't the weakest link in any of your communication like the dumb person on the other end. I wouldn't say the dumb person because. Yeah. The the attackers are going after everyone, and they will look for wherever they can get through. And they have the advantage that they get to keep trying until they succeed. But you're right in your Prentice that communication is multi party. It's two way. And so if either side is compromised, and yes, there is vulnerability. Right. And I mean, I guess that raises the question should anybody. Use Email should sensitive information in this day and age be in Email at all it feels like a real question. But the challenge is we need to communicate to do our jobs. You know, if we were to go live in a cave and only pass handwritten notes back and forth. It would be unlikely. Someone would steal those handwritten notes, but we also would be going at such low bandwidth. We couldn't get our jobs done information sharing. And all of these communication tools are. Mendis-led valuable, for example, when we talk to political campaigns. They say, you know, think of a campaign as a startup that comes together just for a few months with just one objective. Every second counts they're going as fast as possible, and they need to be able to use the wide panoply of communication tools at their disposal. Mark pressure is head of Google account security team. So, but you know, people are still skeptical of Google, so we checked with an independent cybersecurity expert on whether even a higher security version of g mail is a good idea. Bruce Schneier said he personally doesn't use Google at all he said here in the US government can just subpoena your g mail and Google has to hand it over. But he said in countries with autocrat regimes that can't just ask Google for Email records, the program could be good protection from surveillance, Nigeria and Khazakstan Syria and east Neo Pia bunch of countries in the Arab states bunch of countries in Latin America, former Soviet republics all these cuts. Stories are using toviolence tools to spy on people for political purposes and people who are at risk of there. This is a great system. Schneider said even US citizens working in other countries with routine surveillance, should definitely secure their Email and now for some related links. Even though the FCC officially repealed net neutrality that wasn't enough for the Trump administration and the telecom industry, several broadband lobbying groups and AT and T had actually petitioned the supreme court to overturn 2016 ruling that up held net neutrality rules, that's constitutional and within the purview of the FCC telecoms and the administration wanted the supreme court to throw out that ruling altogether. So it could not be used as legal precedent down the road. But the high court said, no, although Justice, Brad Kavanagh and chief Justice John Roberts recused themselves. Both of them said they totally would have overruled the lower court if they had been there, though, another story you might have missed on a lighter note electric, scooter company bird launched its service in London sort of a law from eighteen thirty five has blocked the use of the scooters on Britain's streets, but the company can operate on private land with the. Owner's permission. So bird scooters are available on a one mile stretch of pathway in London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic park, the head of bird UK told Forbes, quote technology, always comes ahead of legislation considering Europe and the UK's attitude toward tech lately. Be might not wanna sing quite so loudly get it because bird. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. Shepherd from Lincoln Nebraska, and I listened to marketplace several times actually every day because it's got the economic news and developments that are important to me a donate to marketplace. So that it can be available to everyone and ask her hope you join me in this effort. Thanks to join shepherd as a marketplace investor donate online, marketplace dot org. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation our world is becoming more hands free. Thanks to planet end. That will also include the future of transportation, Michigan has the most comprehensive autonomous real world testing under every road and weather condition and leads the nation in patents relating to navigation and smart mobility to learn more, visit planet m dot com. Planet m Michigan where big ideas mobility are born.

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With Kavanaugh confirmed, impeachment could follow

Forum

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

With Kavanaugh confirmed, impeachment could follow

"President Trump continuing to blast. Democrats and protesters for their opposition to supreme court Justice Brad Kavanagh NPR's Rasco has details with the latest from Trump on the campaign trail. Trump says Democrats will try to impeach cavenaugh if they take control of congress at a campaign. Stop in Iowa Trump said the fight against Cavanaugh will not end. Now, they've he on the bench from the very first minute bread Cavanaugh was nominated radical Democrats were in a mission to resist obstruct delay demolish and destroy. They want to destroy that MAC. The fight over. The cabinet nomination has become a rallying cry for Trump and Republican lawmakers ahead of the

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Facebook Made You a Smart-Home Device With a Camera on It

24 Hour News

03:18 min | 3 years ago

Facebook Made You a Smart-Home Device With a Camera on It

"Surge could be huge when it hits on Wednesday to water will come miles on shore and could easily rise over the roofs of houses. Eight to twelve feet of storm surge is deadly. I cannot stress enough how deadly how dangerous storm surge will be supreme court Justice. Brad Kavanagh was sworn in again tonight at a ceremony at the White House after taking the oath cavenaugh promised to be impartial. I was not appointed to serve one party or one interests but to serve one nation. America's constitution and laws. Protect every person of every belief in every backgrounds. His confirmation is the end of a deeply contentious Senate process. AP digital news back in a moment. This is firefighter Raphael. Poor yet from firehouse subs. Introducing the new firehouse pub stakes up with savory stay crispy fried onions and

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Trump apologizes to Kavanaugh for sexual misconduct allegations during confirmation

Bloomberg Best

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Trump apologizes to Kavanaugh for sexual misconduct allegations during confirmation

"With us one. A ceremonial swearing-in has been held at the White House this evening for new US supreme court Justice, Brad Kavanagh up. President Trump commended Cavanaugh and his wife and children wouldn't be half of our nation. I want to apologize. To bread and the entire cavenaugh family for the terrible pain and suffering. You have been forced to endure on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrial average gained forty points the and s&p five hundred closed down one. The NASDAQ lost fifty two points following sell. Awesome tech. I'm Ann Cates. I'm Doug

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