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"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet
"My name's Tommy. I'm calling from Brighton, Illinois. There's milgram and Mr. prepere are I love your show. I listen to it every week, you former prosecutors seem awfully nice for prosecutors, and you have a sense of humor, and I have not encountered that in my experience with prosecutors in the past, I'm a good guy now. But in the past, I've had experience with prosecutors. I'm just wondering is the whole means severe thing. The prosecutors do as an act. And now, these are the real people are as advice versa, which you're doing on your show is an act, and the real people that meeting people. Thanks love your show by. Thanks for that question is the most interesting questions. I feel like we've gotten in a while. So the thrust of your question is, is the main thing in act or the nice thing in act. I like to think that I don't do much acting on the podcast or when I was in court or in my regular life. Look, people have jobs to do. And when I would stand up at the podium, when I was used attorney in announce the arrests of people who alleged to have committed serious crimes that was not a moment for mirth really or smiling cracking jokes. But as I've said on other occasions and spend a lot of time in the book talking about these things, the prosecutors who are at least in the SUNY, and the other ones that I've met there real, people just like judges a real people, and it's like people get prosecuted for crimes are real people, and they have stern moments and they have lighter moments and depends on what the job is at hand. You know, it was a very important thing in our office that we take the work very seriously. But we don't take ourselves too seriously. There are a lot of practical jokers. You may not all know this, but I would get roasted as the US attorney twice a year by a bunch of folks right in front of my face. And it was not kind. And a lot of punches were not pulled. So thanks for saying we're nice. Sorry, you're skeptical about, whether that is an act or not. I can say for the record and milligram is a lot nicer than I am. But I'm trying. Here's a question from Twitter user, my text life who writes, at pre prior Skoda's just dropped the Curtis flowers case, this case has been overturned three times for Batson violations by the same prosecutor under the same judge. Total trials are six defendant in prison for twenty one years as a prosecutor. What are your thoughts? So that's a case that involves racial discrimination injury, selection, and the bats in case you're referring to is of seminal supreme court case from nineteen Eighty-six, the made it clear, you can't do that, that you have to have non racially motivated, reasons, for example, to strike someone from jury something not based on their race. And that was held to be an important constitutional, right? In the case you mentioned the Curtis flowers case, the same district attorney in Mississippi tried and convicted multiple times six times. In fact, a defendant named Curtis flowers, who is alleged to have committed a quadruple homicide during the course of those trials as the supreme court points out, the DA struck forty one at a forty two black, jurors there's also substantial evidence that he asked many more. Questions of the black perspective. Jurors needed of the white Shire's because of those circumstances and others by seven to two majority. Interestingly, Justice Brad Kavanagh, newest member of the court writing for the majority, they decided to overturn the conviction and send it back for further proceedings. Not inconsistent with that supreme court opinion. What two standard language? That's a pre in court opinions us. So the good news for Mr. flowers, is that the conviction has been overturned the baddies from Mr. flowers is I don't see that there's any law or regulation that prevents the same prosecutor who clearly has an issue with how to follow the constitution, especially on the point of racial discrimination injury selection. There's nothing that prevents him from trying Curtis flowers on these homicide charges..
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
"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"And it's. From ABC news. I'm Chuck Sivertsen. Adamant about not quitting over a black face KKK costume photo in his old medical school yearbook page and enter saying that he appeared in black face wants to imitate. Michael Jackson Virginia's chief executive governor wealth northern emerging from seclusion paying respects at the funeral of a fallen officer. The governor also breaking his silence in an interview with the Washington Post saying he refuses to resign for admitting the wearing black face. Adding the humbling experience better positions him to push an agenda of racial reconciliation, an age of Virginia's Lieutenant governor, Justin. Fairfax says he still has not planned to resign over sexual assault allegations, which he denies state delegate Patrick hope says he plans to move forward Monday and articles of impeachment against Fairfax. Making an official Senator Elizabeth Warren Massachusetts Democrat running for president and against she says those against spending on housing opioid. Treatment rural neglect and other issues. Tired of hearing what we can't afford because it's just not true. Born and Lawrence mass ABC's Tara Palmeri at the White House 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 the prime court Justice Brad Kavanagh who questioned her drinking habits at his confirmation hearing. He later apologized his trip focusing on border security from ABC's, Marcus, more, Democrats and Republicans in Washington work to break the stalemate over border security and avoid a second government shutdown. The group of House Democrats visited El Paso, Texas to meet with immigrant advocates to discuss the humanitarian situation there. They also visited the point of entry or eight-year-old watermelon Philippi, Alonso Gomez died while in customs and border protection custody and they received a border security briefing from federal law enforcement agents. You're listening to ABC news. Are you more than ten thousand dollars in debt? Feel like you're on a never ending treadmill? Staying in one place and never getting ahead with those minimum payments..
"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"After hitting into the second week of the partial shutdown. President Trump is remaining at the White House this weekend rather than hitting the Florida for the for the new year, and he's got his phone with him. He's been tweeting that he was waiting for the Democrats to come over and make a deal something that's not likely to happen anytime soon. President Donald Trump says he's waiting for Democrats to come back to negotiate a deal to end a week-long partial government shutdown that will almost certainly extend into the new year in a tweet Saturday. Trump says he's quote in the White House waiting for the Democrats to come on over and make a deal on border security from what I hear he added. They're spending so much time on presidential harassment that they have little time left for things like stopping crime and our military. Trump is demanding billions for a border wall between the US and Mexico which Democrats have refused to provide showing after Washington. The shooting death of a police. Officer was preventable says his boss who laid the. The blame on California's so-called sanctuary laws that limited cooperation with US immigration status. Less county sheriff Adam christianson says if the the laws of kept law enforcement for being able to turn the suspect over to ice, the supreme court's term, or the supreme court term that is has steered clear of drama since the tumultuous confirmation of Justice Brad Kavanagh the next few weeks will test whether the com- can last the justices will confront a lot of high profile appeals when they gather in January. Those appeals are on abortion restrictions workplace. Discrimination gerrymandering and more. There are signs already. That conservative justices are willing to take on controversial cases. Even though chief Justice John Roberts.
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
"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on WDRC
"Says they're gonna find you someone for making false data, and that's one of the areas. Concerned the proposed regulations that that he believes to be addressed? Because. In the real world becoming a world civil world and all business are leading to a lot of people's lives related that we do think that's an area that needs to be addressed was funny Trent because if you look at the case involving the supreme court now Justice Brad Kavanagh, the false accusation from Christine blazey Ford. I know that's not college. But the accusation she made you notice that she never wants filed a report with the police, even though the state of Maryland there is where she says it happened. There is no statute of limitations. She could've brought the charge. But if she had and it was found to be a false charge that she could be accused. I mean, making a false police report is a crime, I think in every single state in America, and yet with if these new regulations say that a young lady or a young man could make an accusation on collar on a college campus without bringing a criminal act a police report, then they then they can avoid being prosecuted. For a false police report, but they can still go out and try to damage to somebody else's career reputation. And that seems like a big hole in that in that whole process. Certainly seemed like an incentive, you know, if you're going into this process down you can make any doubt that it's really quite one sided. That's why we really believe that you do. It does need to be addressed. And the language is written very carefully in a way that dissuade people were actually assaulted from Ford, and I think that's another major concern for a lot of people. These new processes protections will somehow dissuade actual victims from coming.
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
"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on Unladylike
"And it was probably easy to miss the news of this. Because while the entire country was watching Dr Christine Blasi Ford testify about her alleged sexual assault at the hands of now supreme court Justice Brad Kavanagh congress failed to reauthorize the violence against women act. Instead, they pushed the deadline and is now set to expire December seventh unless they vote to reopen which means that if it expires more people will probably be billed for those rape kids. Fewer rape kits are going to be tested. You'll know one. No, one should have to pay for a sexual assault medical exam or forensic rape kit no-one and between now and December seventh both mine. And Caroline's birthdays are happening and Caroline. We've got a birthday wish. Yeah, we do. And that is to call congress harass them until they reauthorize Vaa. Let them hear from you. How important that you believe the violence against women act is and all of its protections for people who have faced sexual abuse. So let's take a note from mardi Goddard and Tricia and all of these resources that sisters of had to make for themselves, and let's put some of the same energy and attention that we've seen around the backlog and also put it toward getting more saints in two more hospitals and simply getting the word out about what rape kits really are. And how they work and what? We all can do to make the world a safer more just place for. Heart y'all we have talked about so much. And now we want to hear from you. Let us know your thoughts about everything we talked about in this episode Email us at Hello at unladylike dot co- or find us on social at unladylike media. And don't forget to check out our website to find all our sources and resources for this episode at unladylike duck..
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
Google offers more secure email for journalists, politicians, activists ... and you?
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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. 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"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on WDRC
"Pilot, but czar the mainstream media that that Hillary has a more than ninety percent chance of winning often posted something like minute seven seven percents on what how she lost Donald Trump won. I think in the last two years. That's of silent silent vote can only have increased about why I remain very very cold. And yet the other side, and especially the media player in the media is a big player in. This seems willing to do almost anything even entertain lies to win a fight. Like the fight that occurred over the appointment of Justice Brad Kavanagh to the supreme court in my book. Why we fight? I talk about Whittaker chambers. Would it could same was was Justice cavenaugh before doctors Cavanaugh was even born. So, you know, in nineteen forty eight a man who had been a former communist agents stood up in congress in the first televised. Live testimony and told the world who the secret agents were communists inside government, including algebra, his the left tried to destroy him. They accused him of being a homosexual an alcoholic or everything you can imagine. And it was all lies. So the Democrats have made a bargain with the devil. The end justifies the means if you will they did the cavenaugh then you need to open a history book because they did it to Clarence Thomas. They did it to jump to judge, and they did it to with the could save is back in nineteen forty eight. I'm talking to Dr Sebastian Gorka, who's the author. Most recently of why we fight before we wrap up this segment because I wanna talk to you about Islam in the next segment, you you mentioned the the kind of tactics they're willing to use. And it strikes me that they're also willing to to have a very deep double standard just last week. There were folks who were I guess for lack of a better term gay shaming Lindsey Graham by suggesting that that because he's you know, that that somehow he's he's homosexual and and that kind of treatment of people ordinarily get you shouted down these days in America. If you either decide to out somebody or cast a slur. Ou're by suggesting that they're gay. And yet the Democrats on the left seem willing to do it. And the media seems willing to amplify that as well logged it doesn't get you sounded down. It destroys your career if a conservative did to Lindsey Graham what the left did or if they consume Takagi west the left. I mean think about it the last on cable television called Kanye west ignorant negro anybody on the right did that.
"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"So this is it we've got John Cox going to be along shortly to join us here on k is always running for governor against Gavin Newsom. How can how can he do this? What has to take place for him to win? What's he running on? What can get Democrats to vote for him? We're gonna ask all those questions coming up in just a moment here on case suppo-, Donald Trump is supporting John Cox. But is that what does that mean here in California? We'll talk about it. Stay tuned. We got you covered on KFI. Oh, hey, let's make Stanford. Great again. Yeah. Massa? I'll even say that make Stanford great again. The what Stanford really is great at their sports program is just incredible. Yes year after year after year, if they're not the national champion, then they're like in the top three, and I've talked about would you take a look at all their teams. So this is everything from the gymnastics team to the soccer team men and women doesn't matter when you take a look at all their teams. How many of them are national champion every year they usually win the award. So they have more national championship teams at Stanford than any other school in the country. And what's incredible about that is? The undergraduate population is only like five thousand kids to be was just incredible. And for such a highly academic institution. He's so good at athletic says, well, it is I've had. The athletes can get away with a less rigorous schedule than their counterparts. But at the same time, they're not doing basket weaving classes, if you know what I'm saying. And at the same time, it's not like certain schools here in California. Like you go to got to play football at UCLA. I got news for you. You're going to if you need somebody to help you take notes in class. They will provide that. They don't do that Sanford, so completely different environment altogether. So they do the sport thing. Really? Well, they do that very very well. You know, there are a lot of things they do. Well at Stanford. To their their politics. I mean, this is quite the story. First of all, I guess nowadays. If you grow up at a super liberal household. Your way of rebelling is to become a conservative. Yes. The family to shun you. Well, the one guy that has done it is one Williams over on FOX. He is the African American guy you see on the tube. But a regular basis, and he's he's very liberal, very liberal guy. He's on that program that comes on two o'clock here called the five very popular program. And then you see scattered throughout the rest of their programming is a commentator. So that's one way of what one Williams kid is. He's he's he's not just a Republican. He's a Republican activist. So you got that. And then I was just really surprised when you have Susan Rice who was a major figure in the Obama administration. Susan Rice who is the UN ambassador that Susan Rice. Her son is the president of the Stanford Republican. Oh boy. Chances of rain. Next. We're going to hear like me Obama or something like she's the head of the Republican club. So so you've got that. But now this kid's actually beat up on campus. See, that's that's the part where it gets crazy. Not cool. Not good. So this is John David rice Cameron hyphen hyphenated last. He's pressing charges against the people. This was at a cavenaugh at antic-, you know, pro Cava airtight cabinet clash. So he was supported that Albany. Now Justice Brad Kavanagh, and there were all these students around him who were literally in his face. And there's video there's video of this. So this is all the Stanford daily read all about it. But an eyewitness speaking to the Stanford daily on condition of anonymity. Well, after all it's the Stanford campus said that this woman this woman who by the way has been charged. I believe her Nate last Navis, Hernandez, Melinda. Hernandez a sophomore. She was arrested a battery charges. So rice, carrot says she got my face and proceeded to hit me in the chest area and push me back. Well, somebody else said no, it wasn't the chest. It was in his face. So. I guess this is this. Well, forget civility. We don't need that anymore. Right. I mean, Hillary said. Eric Holder said all these people said, so while there was no obvious physical injury nonetheless, there was an arrest mate. And this is what's going on the Stanford campus now? Of course, making Stanford. Great again. That's great. That is great. I love it. Somebody needs to get on the cardinal red hat's. Yes. Yes. Cars. I only said read earlier. She very specific at Stanford. Yes. Trust me. I know I live with one of them are used to. Yes. Yes. You're right Stanford. Trust me. I'm very well aware. A damn Christmas. Tree is gonna haunt me for the rest of my life. Pine tree or whatever. Whatever it has a Redwood. Jeez. Redwood. What's the matter with you, everything apparently? And that bad. Oh my gosh. They're wonderful band. Sister's noise, swapping noise man, look at the stock market for you this morning where we started out the program. The Dow futures were down a couple hundred points, and we thought what a crazy day this is going to be and it started off bad. At eighty points down. Then it went fifty points up at right now at our at forty two minutes into trading. It's bad again. I mean, really bad Dow's down three hundred twenty seven. So that means over the last two days you've had over a thousand point drop, maybe like at eleven hundred point drop. So the sell off continues major indices all looking really really weird below below levels. And is this because of rising bond yields is this because of the prospect of higher higher interest rates. I mean mortgage rates right now are the highest they've been at eight years. So where are we going? What's happening? We'll talk about that coming up from the broadcast. Yes. No. Where are we going? What's happening? What does this basket? Why is it so hot in here? Well, then the other story that is just it's the mind blower story. We've repeated it several times because we're learning a little bit more. Each time. Katie's got some video at this other blog case dot com. You've got to see this for yourself. But this is this Russian-built Soyuz MS ten spacecraft. This thing went up this morning. Over thirty miles up on its way, the international space station with an American and a Russian at all of a sudden the thing has to turn around and come back down because there was a booster rocket failure. Just absolutely amazing. They they came out of this alive. Seven. Jeez. These guys were pulling. They were experiencing forces have up to seven cheese. How do you not pass out? I mean like out out. Yeah. Not just momentarily. I mean, you're gone. Let me because when you when you went up with the blue angels, you're do it. I don't know. At least a gee, maybe two or three. I don't know. I I believe we got up to five. Oh my God. I mean, the the breathing process that they treat you there that they teach you you have to do it or else. I mean, you hit one g and there are videos of people passing. There's a video of a guy passing out in a simulator. Let alone being in a situation like this having a bring himself back while the thing was still stimulating. I think it was one point five g's. The guy went out his eyes rolled back. And then they had to slow it down and bring him back. And that's at one point five. Gosh, unbelievable Johncock is ready to go. He's on hold. We'll get him in just a moment on ks. So katie's got a traffic check right now. Check your traffic right now. If you're heading into San Francisco the bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights are on dealing with a stall over to the right hand side. Also this morning would be six eighty southbound as you approach the Bollinger canyon offramp vehicle taking up the right shoulder. And also southbound six eighty at willow pass road. Oh, good. A dump truck in reverse. That's not going to end. Well, your Bart ride checking in problem free with bay alarm, you're protected with local security experts from professional installation to twenty four seven monitoring. They keep what you care about safe. Go to arm dot com to schedule your free security review. Today bay alarm, what have you got to lose? Well, the markets take it in the shorts. Big time this morning. No doubt about it. Down over eight hundred points yesterday down over three hundred points already this morning. That's a big drop over the last two days. Biggest we've seen in many many years. So people are selling where they going where the bargains you might wanna think about golden silver, folks. Yes. It moved upward a little bit yesterday. Yes. It's moving upward again today. At least the gold has silvers remaining kind of flat. But they're trading at Lowe's the likes of which we haven't seen for years. I think gold's at what a baby six year low now, silver probably seven year low..
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
"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Taking his spot on the bench. I'm Jack Callaghan. Fox news. Report Justice Brad Kavanagh to ceremonial swearing in at the White House last night administered by the man, he replaces on the court. Retired Justice Anthony Kennedy, President Trump apologizing to Justice capital and his family for out there. Those who stepped forward to serve our country deserve a fair and dignified evaluation, not a campaign of political and personal destruction based on lies and deception Justice capital. Here's arguments in his first supreme court cases today, some packing up and leaving others or piling sandbags in front of their homes along Florida's Gulf Coast regain Michael expected there late tomorrow. One hurricane maximum Winston your ninety miles per hour. Located about four hundred and fifty miles to the south of Panama City, Florida National Hurricane Center specialist. John Cangelosi says with plenty of warm water in the Gulf that's dorm should reach category. Three strength before making landfall some areas in Florida are under mandatory evacuation orders. Tears and prayers and Amsterdam New York last night. Day. So two. Over in a vigil for the twenty victims of Saturday's limousine crash. Meanwhile, the National Transportation Safety board thoroughly inspecting, the wreckage Yulon would state police currently our forensic investigation unit is examining the vehicles involved in the crash. Collision reconstruction unit we'll perform mechanical examination the limo to determine if it was mechanically sound New York state police Major Robert patent nod governor Andrew Cuomo says the limo failed a state inspection just last month and should not have been on the road. And the driver was one of the twenty victims wasn't properly. Licensed this.
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"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
"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Western tip of Cuba. The National Hurricane Center says Michael is expected to become a major hurricane by Tuesday evening, Florida. Governor Rick Scott says there's racing to be concerned about flooding for hurricane Michael. We're expecting four eight inches of rain and some areas might see twelve inches of rain. The storm will bring torrential rain to most of the panhandle and big band, which means putting will be a major issue near the big bend area is very is very flat. And so the water can flow in pretty pretty deep are pretty far. Michael has an expected midweek landfall on north Florida's Gulf Coast. Governor Kay Ivey has declared a state of emergency in Alabama. As Michael takes aim at the coast. Spring court Justice Brad Kavanagh was sworn in the second time that a former White House ceremony. Eight supreme court justices, all in attendance Cavanaugh took the judicial oath from retired Justice Anthony Kennedy in Kavanagh v. In the East Room ceremony. President Trump apologized to cabin offer. What he said was unfair treatment during his confirmation and Cavanaugh promised to be a team player on the nation's highest court. What else correspondent Clugston, President Trump says he's focusing federal attached on crime in Chicago Rudy Giuliani when he was mayor of New York City had a very strong program of stop and frisk. And it went from an unacceptably dangerous city to one of the safest cities in the country. And I think the safest big city in the country. The president addressed the international association of chiefs of police and a bad day. And I have director the attorney general's office to immediately go to the great city of Chicago to help straighten out the terrible shooting wave straighten it out want to straighten it out fast. There's no reason for what's going on there. Chicago bear rob manual later rejected the president's call for Chicago police to use stop and frisk tactics. This is townhall dot com. Boone again, and I've never.
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"I'm Daria all being our remembrance in upstate New York for the twenty people killed in a weekend. Limousine. Accident came out to take part in a candlelight vigil some of the victims were from here in Amsterdam. And even if you didn't know them personally, this resident Barbara says, you probably knew someone that did just talked to a lady now on it was her her husband's brother's, granddaughter one of the girls Barbara's friend Christine says she's not surprised to see this community turn out and support each other pages support. I mean, you know, whether you know, the people, you don't know the people Mark Remillard ABC news Amsterdam New York at a ceremonial swearing in President Trump focusing on the bitter partisan fight over supreme court Justice Brad Kavanagh on behalf of our nation. I want to apologize. To Brett and the entire Cavanaugh family for the terrible pain and suffering. You have been forced to endure. But in his first public comments since he was confirmed cavenaugh tried to move past the partisan politics, take this office with gratitude and no bitterness on the supreme court, I will seek to be a force for stability and unity. My goal is to be a great Justice for all Americans says he will always be a team player. Hurricane Michael is a category. One storm with eighty five mile an hour winds, but it's gaining strength. And it could be cat three. When it strikes, the Florida panhandle on Wednesday may be clear. Hurricane Michael is a monstrous storm and the forecast gets getting more dangerous. Florida. Governor Rick Scott is warning residents to prepare for flooding and up to a foot of rain. Parts of Panama City beach are under mandatory evacuation stocks closed mixed today at one point the Dow is down more than two hundred points, but it closed in positive territory. You're listening to ABC news. KOA NewsRadio time nine oh. Two inverse. Overland park golf course is open to play again less than a month after the three day.
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
"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Of the democrat this so far. Will end up being Venezuela. This country would ended up being Venezuela. I think a lot of Democrats voting Republican. President Trump will be joined by Florida governor Rick Scott as he talks to the international association of police chiefs in Orlando at one thirty over the weekend. Trump told a rally of thousands in Kansas, the Democrats have morphed into a radical angry mob in their failed quest to drill Kavanagh's confirmation and Justice Brad Kavanagh taking his place the highest court in the country. He was technically sworn in on Saturday. But President Trump has announced an official swearing in ceremony will happen tonight. Michael is now a category. One hurricane with maximum sustained winds of seventy five miles an hour, the National Hurricane center's latest advisory has Michael located about fifty miles off the western tip of Cuba. The storm is moving to the north toward the Florida, panhandle. Michael's expected to hit the panhandle sometime on Wednesday and could be a category. Three secretary of state Mike Pompeo was on his way home after a trip to the far east after friendly productive meetings in Japan, South Korea and North Korea where he had a three hour talk with. Kim Jong UN on peyot ran into a buzzsaw in China with air foreign minister blasting the United States for what he called groundless accusations. And criticisms he said, the allegations ranging from election meddling to assisting the illegal drug trade in the US cast a shadow on relations between the countries this game after a Sunday meeting with Kim Jong UN that resulted in more stamps toward denuclearization and plans for a second summit between Kim and President Trump bills.
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"Driving instructor fifty old Russell Cohen has been arrested on drunken dry. Driving charges after he drove off without his students and rear ended. Another car guests. The kids did get their lesson that day after all this is America in the morning. Twenty three before the hour. I'm John trout. An honor for Denzel David Daniel has that coming up on the Hollywood minute. Investigators are probing for answers in the nation's deadliest transportation accident in almost a decade correspondent polo Sandovol is in upstate New York. Authorities say a limousine basically failed to stop at a t intersection colliding with a vehicle in two people in a parking lot of a country store, and then eventually crashing into a ditch resulting in the deaths of eighteen people on board the driver and seventeen passengers, but they don't know exactly. Why was speed of factor? Of course, the condition of the vehicle that is what investigators with the National Transportation Safety board. And also, the New York state police are trying to find out a speaking with members of the community here at even some journalists, including Peter Barbara staff photojournalists with the Daily Gazette telling me that it certainly was a horrific scene something that was emotional even for the first responders. Who are working the scene dough? This community is home to only about thirty five hundred people. They are morning and also searching for answers polo Sandoval. Go Harry county New York, it's twenty two before the hour. Both major political parties believe they've gained momentum following the mostly party line vote to confirm Justice Brett cavenaugh for these prime court. Correspondent Bob Costantini reports leading the administration's charge against Democrats in the wake of the cavenaugh confirmation on Sunday programs adviser, Kellyanne Conway, she tells ABC's this week Senator Cory Booker, Kamala, Harris, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders for starters felt compelled to attack Cavanaugh four their presidential ambitions people preening for the cameras already out there in Iowa running for president in twenty twenty on the heels of this vote and who were raising money for their presidential campaigns during a Senate confirmation hearing for the supreme court Booker in Harris got to raise their profiles because they sit on the judiciary committee. Republican leader Mitch McConnell's all smiles having pressed on with confirmation against the background of concern regarding his being accused of sexual assault is the second Justice put on the court by President Trump after McConnell blocked, the Obama nomination of Merrick garland for nearly a year following the death of Antonin Scalia garland, never got so much as a hearing. But McConnell tells Fox News Sunday, we didn't attack, Merrick garland, background and try to destroy him. We didn't go on a search and destroy mission to McConnell responds that no he wouldn't hold up a confirmation for another court vacancy should one occur in two thousand twenty because he is of the same party as Donald Trump. Bob Costantini, Washington. It's twenty till continuing the thread, our jimbohannon now Justice Brad Kavanagh of the US supreme court up to its full nine member membership. Let's talk about this with rob Hickey general counsel and director of the center for the American future at the Texas public policy foundation. Their website, Texas. Policy dot com, a long and painful procedure, but for the administration it has been a significant victory. Your thoughts about any lessons that you hope we should learn we have learned or that we should have learned from this entire process. Well, it has been a world winner the past several weeks at the right outcome. We got to at the end, I think in the wrong path. There's two lessons to learn one. Is that when conservative stand up and do the right thing and have courage that we can get to the right outcome. And the second lesson is that and looking back over the past month. This is an experience that the American people should never be drug through and she'd never be done to any person again as what was was done to judge. Now Justice capital. I would would agree with you one of the things that I think that we might keep in mind that is that if someone suffers a sexual assault that is a terrible thing one can hope that the person who did that is brought to Justice. He's tried. If convicted is sufficiently punished, and I'm prepared to bend over backwards, offering all kinds of consolation and and sympathetic to such people. However when such a person. Then goes in the direction of accusing someone else of having done this. I'm afraid the standard has to be considerably higher. Neighborly? You've got to have some kind of goods to actually offer you've got to be able to be specific to offer the kinds of things that can in fact lead to a credible accusation, otherwise it's not enough to say that I was sexually assaulted, and let's pick some guy whoever's handy because any will do because they're all pigs that doesn't cut it. We were so close in this to setting a new standard that the accusation is the conviction itself. And we saw that starts to snowball when you started to have completely absurd accusations anonymous non Asli alleged against Justice Cavanaugh after the first couple of allegations began to gain traction and. It quickly spiraled out of control. I think that the Senate Judiciary committee should be commended chairman Grassley at bringing this back to a disciplined focused process. Fair opportunity for credible accusations to be evaluated, but also moved to that through and got an endpoint where with sufficient information that committee was able to make an informed choice in this one. I think it was the correct one to confirm Justice capital, another hope that would be learned would be if in fact, someone does suffer sexual assault. It may be terrible. You may want to banish the memory from your mind. If you wish Justice, you should make yourself sit down and write down details names places times all kinds of information that that can actually be used because if in fact, you allow the terror of the moment to just wash away the details, you cease to be a credible witness? But that's another lesson that I think perhaps that we might learn of the confirmation process itself. Are there reforms that should be made? Or is it just a case of the the gross national attitude? No, I think the lesson. Moving forward and what the reform is. I would like to see is I would like to see accountability against those that abuse the system I would like to see accountability against any staff at the capitol that leaked confidential information, I would like to see count ability against individuals subject to the penalty of perjury. That intentionally provided false information to the committee. We have to draw the line and say the truth matters. And that windows are going to abuse the process there has to be consequences. So that hopefully that will be dissuading to anyone to try to repeat those types of abuses in the future, Robin aqui general counsel and director of the center for the American future at the Texas public policy foundation, their website, Texas, policy dot. Dot com. It's fifteen till and.
"justice brad kavanagh" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Just congratulated him. I said congratulations was well thought I mean who would have thought a thing like that could have happened what he's been through President Trump calling Brett cavenaugh after the Senate votes, fifty to forty eight to confirm him Justice Cavanaugh has been sworn in by chief Justice, John Roberts and retired Justice Anthony Kennedy in a private ceremony. Jamie do pre two point zero more now from WSB's Jamie Dupree in Washington DC confirmation of now Justice Brad Kavanagh was certainly a big win for President Trump and GOP leaders in the Senate. Now, the bigger question is does this give Republicans any momentum's for the November midterm elections in congress? We don't have to wait long for that answer is election days only four weeks from Tuesday. I'm Jamie Dupree in Washington. Well, right now, it's seventy degrees here in Atlanta, high of eighty nine with only twenty percent chance of an afternoon shower, Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast coming up number two Georgia undefeated, beating Vanderbilt forty one thirteen. Took a quarter for Georgia's offense to get going. But after that, it was impressive. We're still not playing as great as we want to. But we're starting to kinda hit that stride J pills for three TD's is the dog role of season highs with five hundred sixty total yards and three forty three through the air flowing. We're very Har office stop running back allies, you're Holyfield. But for the coach things are not so good. We played sloppy disappointed way. We played at scurvy smart. The dogs at a season high thirteen penalties for hundred and fifteen yards. Still oh six zero next up at LSU on Saturday in Athens like WSB baseball.
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"News time to one channel two meteorologist Brad Nitz going forward. Cool overnight a mostly sunny day coming up Atlanta's most Accu. And dependable forecast is straight ahead. Breaking news. I I this is W S the twenty four hour continuing news Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke has been convicted of second degree murder in the twenty fourteen shooting death of seventeen year old. La McDonald Van Dyke was taken into custody moments. After the verdict was read out loud on Friday. Jamie. Do pre two point. Oh, WBZ's top national story. Brad Kavanagh confirmed sworn in Saturday Novela Espy's, Jamie Dupree is in Washington. Saturday's confirmation of now Justice Brad Kavanagh is certainly a big win for President Trump and GOP leaders in the Senate. Now, the bigger question is does this give Republicans any momentum's for the November midterm elections in congress? We don't have to wait long for that answer is election days only four weeks from Tuesday. I'm Jamie Dupree in Washington didn't do a whole lot of good. The Senate confirmed Kavanagh's nomination Saturday is Jamie says two thirty five Georgia law school faculty members signed a letter urging the Senate not to confirm Cavanaugh, the New York Times published the letter on Thursday, it slams cavenaugh for lackey commitment to judicious inquiry time is running out to register to vote in Georgia before the midterm elections. November sixth WSB, Cheryl Castro reports the. Deadline is this coming week voted the November six midterm elections voter registration cutoff is this Tuesday. Check the Georgia secretary of state's website.
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"From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. A retired supreme court justices. Brad Kavanagh should not go to the supreme court Republican John Paul Stevens afford appointment now. Ninety eight years old says Kavanagh's partisan ran during his confirmation hearing meant he'd have to recuse himself in his mind from too many cases to be ineffective Justice investment Hindu. We certainly ought to be the. Better because his initial credibility. The does merits not on the basis of political speech is Republicans. Call the just-completed FBI supplemental background check on cavenaugh thorough. Democrats. Call it shoddy FBI agent turned ABC news contributor Brad Garret notes. Just one week was spent on the probe was very clear to me. This was a limited scope, go interview, the people we want you to interview because I think what they wanted to do is say look we've talked to the players around judge cavenaugh back at that point. You know, none of them could corroborate the sexual assault will well that didn't shock me at all vote on the nomination expected Saturday. They'll never see the inside of a US court but federal prosecutors charged seven Russian military intelligence operatives in numerous cyber attacks, including leaked emails, Royal the two thousand sixteen election ABC's Andy Field says a federal judge temporarily blocked the Trump administration order that ended protected status for refugees who came to the US. Because of unlivable conditions in their home countries. The refugees from Nicaragua Haiti El Salvador in Sudan, they are in the US is protected under a quarter century old program helping immigrants escape natural disasters or war. President Trump ordered those refugees to leave or face deportation. A federal judge now telling the president those refugees can stay and mentioned Mr. Trump calling Mexican immigrants drug dealers, and rapists and his reported, vulgar statements about African countries. Andy Field ABC news, Washington. You're listening to ABC news. Are you still stuck on the healthcare coaster? Painting. Those high premiums. Deductibles. Not knowing what's around the next turn. Let me tell you about a sound sensible healthcare choice that really is.
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"On eight. Eight fifty WTO. Since. For three months. She said nothing nothing zero zilch. Tell me he wouldn't be fun to have a beer with Senator John Kennedy from Louisiana July head nothing, and that was actually before we well, we knew it the way on the mainstream public who the accusers name is accusing Justice Brad Kavanagh in the metoo movement moving into the supreme court. These days of a of an assault that apparently allegedly happened in nineteen eighty two the part of the smear paint a smear campaign arsenal. Boy, I don't know. Late to you may be right. I mean, okay. Nineteen eighty-two allegation. Four days before confirmation hearing for the supreme court of the United States. Let's put the two together. Nothing fishy there in the timing. It doesn't seem strange know. Here's what else John Kennedy said the Sunday talk shows most Americans are looking at this thinking that congress has hit rock bottom and started to date. Well, yeah. Well, it certainly looks that way. Could you blame anybody for taking that? And now you got this the lawyer for the woman accusing Cavanaugh of sexual misconduct says her client's willing and ready to testify before the Senate Judiciary committee, and that's not a farfetched idea. Either. Even got a couple of Republicans Lindsey Graham one of them saying, yeah, we want to talk to her. Absolutely. Let's hear what she has to say. We'll dust off a seat right here. Sit down, and we'll talk it over. But nothing's gonna delay. He says this confirmation vote coming up on Thursday delay game. The Democrats on their side with love to delay this as long as possible. Great shot to overtake the congress, both thousands and the midterms. So they would love to have this whole thing. Too late. It'd be a lot of fun for them a little extra time. Now, the naval still waiting for audio on this because she was prayed he pretty determined to get this point across the name is Deborah Katz. She was on CNN this morning, representing Christine blazey Ford. She says the answer is yes to testifying over the weekend. It was the Washington Post story that revealed Ford is the accuser she claims cavenaugh. There's the details now we have held her down and groped her when they were in high school. It was a party back in nineteen eighty-two also said cavenaugh tragedy take her clothes off InterSuisse suit off. So as a swing party. Oh, the details. We didn't know he's denied, of course, all of the allegations friends have to we got one guy who another guy who apparently knew them in high school. He said he was at the party too is there's nothing like that happens. Interesting. But we're not hearing from them. Well, that's where we are in the cavenaugh deal. It goes opposite of the message. Well, sure it does. Well, they try to they try racist already. They tried races in work. Yes. Because of the that was when Cory Booker said, yes, I know I'm like, this is my Spartacus moment. I am Spartacus. But he goes documents right here. This shows Cavanaugh was in favor of racial, profiling after nine eleven two things. No, it's it said the documents. If you bothered to read them said he was against it. And every other Senator had the same documents. Yeah. But he was embarrassing. He's gotta stop letting your system fit your emails. Wow. That was bad was one of was great moment, though. And all the other senators said, we got that to what you know. This isn't a Bob here. Senator nice try what is that Sparta kiss? All right. More politics stuff, though. This is pretty interesting. I only mentioned it because it comes from what had been a pretty reliable poll. We'll see statewide poll. Here are Florida governor's race democrat, Andrew gillum six point lead over Rhonda Santa's time for Ron to make another ad with Casey. Santa's like that TV ad that put him over the top and the primary speaking of the Santa's ads have you seen the latest. Scientists had I have not it's he's talking about being on the Dunedin team, which we learned when we were talking to that one time that he played in little league for Dunedin for. Yeah. So we brought that up and then so now his whole commercials about that what he pronounces his name D. Santa's. What what when did that change? I was very confused as I thought it was Disentis. I don't trust people that change the pronunciation of the names. And I thought it was done not denying that. I don't know what the hell's going on commercial anymore. This is from Rasmusen which was one of the two polls that was actually dead on accurate before the two thousand sixteen presidential election. Yeah. It came out on Friday Gillam, forty eight percents. Mum. Luckily, voters forty-two for DC anticipate his name, but he's got a two-to-one lead among independence so far. I have you guys. Did you? Did you read, you know? He's basically a socialist. Right. Okay. We'll see it seems like they just wanted. They'll vote anybody enemy alien not illegal alien. Mars. I don't know. Right. Teased this for like a half hour. Now. Here's the story the new iphones are sexist. That's right. It was just last week. We didn't we just talk about it Friday because the announcement about the new iphones was Thursday. The iphone X X max has a six and a half inch screen smallest iphone? That'll be available is X s which is five point eight and some women say, we'll that's not cool who's leading the charge. A professor at the university of North Carolina. She's tweeted women like me with small hands are stuck with something. They can't hold in constantly asked drop risk dropping. We don't go just breeze by that go for the obvious joke. That's hanging in the air eighties by that. What is inappropriate we will not say that older models still available, but there's a real it. Now, she started a drive. She has started an online petition to get smaller color screens for the iphone. I can't you can't make this stuff up. People are so ridiculous. No, most of the ridiculousness lives on college campuses. Oh, yeah. Why is it always the college professors? It's terrifying. Though, they're teaching our children. You sure are they sent him out in the world with a hundred grand debt in full of bad ideas. Goof. Learn a trade kids. All right. Who is going to space? This big space. X announcement is tonight forgot about this. Somebody literally is going to orbit the moon like a private citizen, probably a loaded private citizen, but somebody keep it here next..
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"Nothing. Which is the name of your channel we've proved that. Shining a flashlight inter sharks is we'll make attack What's your news Marshall battling wildfires, and looters these days Trump raising the. Stakes in the battle over the. Border wall and vending machine vests Vending machine vests do tell Do you remember the stance, we had on shark attacks, hit you with those again which makes it even more funny on the Armstrong and. Getty show AM seven sixty k. f. m. b. Roger Hitchcock with the Roger report back in the nineteen nineties independent counsel Ken Starr investigated wrongdoing, by then President Bill Clinton by the, end of the nineteen nineties, Democrats were in full throat opposition to renewing the independent counsel, law and in fact it lapsed in nineteen ninety nine senators turban and Schumer. For example led the charge against, the independent counsel. Law Durban, opining quote our form of government is rounded on the premise that unchecked power, is, tyranny, the independent counsel is unchecked. Unbridled unrestrained, and unaccountable he said back in the nineteen ninety s Trump's pick to be the new supreme. Court Justice Brad Kavanagh agrees with the Democrats in fact he was a young lawyer on the Ken Starr investigation and thereafter opposed the independent counsel law for the same reason, that the constitution requires that, prosecution power be in the executive branch and not independent from the Executive branch. Today the Democrats have done a one eighty they now opposed red, cavenaugh in part because he opposed the independent counsel law and they now like the. Independent counsel idea because they want Mueller to get rid of Trump some? Of us still remember their opinions from the nineteen nineties Roger report now this word has this happened to you your kid accidentally clogs your sink your. Tub your toilets happened to me nightmare many of you may try to clean up the water yourselves towels paper towels towels old d. shirt that I it may even look, dried human eye but we don't realize, is there could be damaged, beneath the surface that can't be seen or touched under the, floors in the walls in the baseboards is actual potential for mold growth that..