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 USPS honoring late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg with stamp

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

USPS honoring late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg with stamp

"The U.S. Postal Service is honoring the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg with a commemorative stamp The postal service has just taken the wraps off the design for a new stamp honoring justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg calling her an icon of American culture The stamp is a painted portrait of Ginsburg in a black robe with the intricate white collar that became her trademark The justice known for defending equality died in 2020 at the age of 87 The first class forever stamp will go on sale sometime next year Jackie Quinn Washington

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"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:04 min | 2 months ago

"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on WTOP

"Late 1800s and was advanced for the time, but it uses one big system for both human sewage and storm water. When it rains heavily it backs up spilling millions of gallons into the Potomac. That sewage is loaded with bacteria, nitrogen, and phosphorus, which impacts the water quality. The tunnel boring machine called hazel will bore the reverse L shaped tunnel mostly underneath the Potomac river. Hazel will mine about 40 feet per day to excavate the soil, so pressurize the ground for the chance for ground movement. Justin Carl is the program manager and then behind her will be erecting a precast tunnel liner. The boring will be quiet shaking on the surface amounts to less than the width of two nickels. Luke Luger WTO P news. Meanwhile, an old, unused bridge in D.C. could be getting a new lease on life. D.C.'s Court of Appeals has stopped the demolition of the 120 year old foundry branch trolley trestling Glover Archibald park in northwest. The bridge was part of the D.C. trolley system on a line that took people from Georgetown to Glenn echo park, metro owns the bridge and wants to bring it down citing its poor condition. It has not been used in over 60 years, now the issue goes back for another look. Some want to trestle saved and used as part of a trail to get students to and from the pneumo Macarthur boulevard high school in northwest. Kyle Cooper, WTO news. I mean, that was shot and killed by police and arundel county. It happened around two 15 this morning at a home on sans road in harwood. Police say officers were responding to a domestic incident at the home and found the man with a gun. They say police shot and killed him following a fight, no officers were hurt. The officers were wearing body cams and are now on administrative leave. A gold judicial column made of glass beads that belong to the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, selling at auction for close to a $180,000, part of a collection of about 75 items of Ginsburg's that were sold to benefit charity, her gavel selling for $20,000. Bidders paying more than $500,000 in the online auction that ended on Friday, Sunday marking the two year anniversary of the liberal icon's death, Ruth Frederick Ginsburg was 87 years old

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RGB Hurt Democrats by Not Quitting While She Was Ahead

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:32 min | 3 months ago

RGB Hurt Democrats by Not Quitting While She Was Ahead

"After so many close calls, Jesus Christ, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dropped dead at 87 years old. As I said in earlier shows, she died at very stubborn woman who should have taken Obama's hint that maybe she should call it a career. So that he could appoint a young progressive Democrat inside the Supreme Court, but no, the mainstream media will never tell you that. RGB stayed in their way too fucking long, often falling asleep, but earrings and spending a lot of time at home when she broke a foot or a heart or a towel, whatever the fuck. Look, I know the one was going through hell. I know she had cancer in different types of cancer. And that's, please, my heart breaks for anybody suffering through that, but that's the time you just retire. What are you doing? Had she retired when Barack Obama asked her the Supreme Court would have had a very different balance to counteract the appointees Trump dropped in like Kavanaugh Gorsuch and Amy call me Barrett. And that development is going to hurt Democrats going forward for many, many years. Decades, maybe. When Ruth Bader Ginsburg died, the ridiculous mainstream media called her an unrelenting trailblazer for gender equality. They never bothered to tell you what I told you that this wonderful little woman wanted to lower the age of consent for our daughters to 12 years old. So you can worship her all you want, but any woman who can think like that is a mean bitch in my book.

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Jan. 6 Panel Has Told at Least Eight Lies, Maybe More

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:51 min | 4 months ago

Rep. Jim Jordan: Jan. 6 Panel Has Told at Least Eight Lies, Maybe More

"Saw you on newsmax the other night. And you were weighing in on the J 6 panel and you said they've been caught in 8 different lives. What are those lies? Well, they lied about Bernie Carrick's travels. They lied about very loud on the colleague of mine. They lied about the tour he gave to constituents. They lied about Jenna Ellis documents. They lied about Eric hershman, White House lawyer, the light about the note written Cathy Hudgens that she wrote it and there was a person said, no, no, I actually wrote that note. They lied about the Secret Service. We've had Secret Service come forward and say that what she testified to was not accurate. And they lied about me twice, they lied about a text message I had forwarded to The White House chief of staff. They said it was from me, a member of Congress when it wasn't. I had forwarded to him from a respected lawyer former inspector general for Don rumsfeld. And then they also took a video quickly where I was on Fox News talking and I was on Maria bartiromo show and the video clip started off with me saying January 6th is the ultimate data significance in a presidential contest. What they left off was the sentence right before that where I said the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said that January 6th is the ultimate date of significance in a presidential context because that's when you actually approve the electors. And that changes the entire context of that statement. So we saw that and then, of course, maybe the most important was when Zoe lofgren I remember the committee said, we don't corroborate witnesses testimony. And they didn't ask pat cipollone when he was deposed if what Cassie Hutchinson said about him was true. And his lawyer reported afterwards that if he had been asked to say it wasn't. So that's 8 different false things we've gotten from this committee. And Todd, we don't get to see the evidence. We don't get to sitting on the depositions. We don't get access to the transcripts of the video, the documents they have. We don't get any chance across examine. And so imagine how many other lives they've told the American people if we've caught him in 8 with that limited amount of ebb and we get to see.

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"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:43 min | 4 months ago

"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on KOMO

"That we have mother nature's AC kicking in. It will be good sleeping weather so to speak as we head into our Wednesday morning temperatures starting out in the 50s ending mainly in the low to the mid 80s so it will be rather toasty for the midpoint of the work week. As we head through the end of the week we'll increase our cloud cover Friday could even press some mist and drizzle out of the deal that morning with partial afternoon clearing cool back into the 70s. In the couple four weather center, I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell. Airport, it's 80° Bellevue also 80 Everett 75 Tacoma 80° and here in downtown it's 78. Northwest news time 6 O 6. A Republican congresswoman from Washington state drew outrage today when she implied the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg would have supported the high court's recent roe V wade reversal. We have more on the story now from corwin ache. During a subcommittee hearing entitled roe reversal, the impacts of taking away the constitutional right to an abortion, Kathy McMorris Rogers, Republican representative from Spokane observed, the landmark 1973 row decision did not settle the abortion debate far from it. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg set herself in 1985 that it has provoked not resolved conflict. She was right then and those words ring true today. Appearing as a witness, attorney Lee litman objected to McMorris Rogers name checking Ginsburg. There has been a suggestion, which is a gross misrepresentation that justice Ginsburg somehow would have supported the decision. Litman is a law professor at the University of Michigan. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said that the ability to realize a woman's full potential, the ability for a woman to enjoy equal citizenship in this country depends on her ability to control or reproductive life. McMorris Rogers noted in her statement, medical technology has outpaced the road decision by showing it is possible to perform surgery on a fetus. Corwin hake, northwest, news radio. Planned to vote in November, manufacturer has a couple of issues that have moved to the forefront in this state. The issues that matter most among Washington voters are abortion and inflation, according to a new statewide poll, when asked to choose for more than a dozen issues 28% of voters who said they will likely vote selected abortion as most important to them, 20% inflation. The rest chose other options, such as border security crime, guns and climate change, none of those issues cracked 10% though among the 596 voters surveyed. The poll was sponsored by the Seattle times channel 5, the University of Washington center for an informed public and WSU's merrow college of communication. Northwest news radio. A new report says Starbucks is contemplating the sale of its coffee shops in the United Kingdom. That is the country grapples with rising prices in a struggling economy. According to the Seattle times, the coffee chain has asked its advisers to determine if there is an interest among buyers looking to acquire the company's UK stores. The newspaper reports, the Starbucks operation in the UK includes more than 1000 coffee shops and 4000 employees. Crews making good progress on a fire burning near chelan, carleen Johnson with the latest. The stamen flats fire broke out Monday afternoon around two 30 and within a few hours level three evacuation orders went out for homes in the fire zone. Those are still enforced as of this morning if people have any questions as to their evacuation level they should contact slang county emergency management right away. Ryan roderick with the department of natural resources tells northwest news radio they have additional ground crews joining the effort today, air support from helicopters and heavy tankers, also part of the effort, and with temperatures in the mid 90s and a little wind, roderick hopes people will do their part to avoid sparking any new fires. Out on the boat or out

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"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:45 min | 5 months ago

"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on Fresh Air

"New season. We're telling stories about the cultures of work. The 9 to 5. It's a myth and rest around the world. I came into this totally prepared to defend my American productivity. At work, the new season of the NPR podcast rough translation. Let's get back to my interview with Adam lip tech who covers the Supreme Court for The New York Times. He's been covering the court for 14 years. We're talking about the term that just ended and the court's swing further to the right with its new conservative super majority. You write that this is the most conservative Supreme Court term since 1931. And that the court's power is amplified because of gridlock in Congress. Would you explain that connection? Sure. The court issues two basic kinds of decisions. Sometimes it tells us what the constitution means, and those are basically showstoppers. They're the court essentially has the last word unless you get a constitutional amendment or a later court to overrule the decision. The constitutional decision is fixed. But a lot of their decisions are statutory decisions. They merely interpret what Congress said. And they say, well, we understand Congress to set X if Congress disagrees, they can the next day saying nope. That's wrong. We meant why, and we mean it, and we're going to pass a new law. And that kind of dialog between the court and Congress used to be commonplace. In the 90s, they would routinely Congress would routinely override Supreme Court decisions. He might remember the lily ledbetter case about time limits in sex discrimination cases. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in dissent says I disagree with the majority with the majority said in Congress, you should please act and change it in Congress did. But now that we have a Congress that's essentially paralyzed by political polarization, you don't have that kind of dialog. And that means that this court, which is already so ambitious. And so powerful becomes even more powerful because there's this not this counterweight of dialog between the branches, but the supremacy of a single branch. How do you expect that to be evident in the Supreme Court decision preventing the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating power plant emissions, including carbon emissions that contribute greatly to climate change? If Congress were not so polarized, and if it followed the wishes of the average American voter, it would take some steps, perhaps more modest than some would like. But it would take some steps to address climate change. And it would say what was missing according to the Supreme Court, it would say to the EPA, you can do this. You can't do that. We're going to take charge here and we're going to amend the clean air act, which hasn't been amended since 1990. To give EPA at least some power to take bold action to address climate change, but this Congress is incapable of reacting to Supreme Court decisions and that means as a practical matter that the Supreme Court has the last word, but it's a funny thing. The structure of their decision is we invite Congress to act. If Congress would only speak more clearly, in the full knowledge, that it can't and won't. It appears that the court is intent on moving toward deregulation because in another decision and earlier the court ruled that the CDC wasn't authorized to impose a moratorium on evictions during the early days of the pandemic.

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"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:12 min | 5 months ago

"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Test? Well, I think the anti abortion movements contribution was different than the ones we often hear about. So many of us have heard, for example, of the federalist society, which is this sort of flagship of the conservative legal movement. The federalist society, for example, provides lists of promising candidates to Republican presidents from Donald Trump to George W. Bush, this sort of farm league of talent on the right. The anti abortion movement was not particularly focused on the conservative elites, they were focused on convincing regular people who don't know much about the Supreme Court and don't care much about the law to focus on who sat on the Supreme Court when they voted. So many, many of us remember in 2020 when Donald Trump was going to fill the seat vacated by justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. People at his rallies would chant fill that seat, fill that seat, the sort of regular Americans being that deeply invested in the composition of the Supreme Court. The anti abortion movement did a lot of work on that, explaining that the Supreme Court was the way you would get rid of roe and potentially even get to more than that, like a world in which the Supreme Court says there are fetal rights. So that work went on for a long time. And I think there was also an important contribution from the movement in the sense that you see anti abortion lawyers at some point saying it's not enough to nominate judges who are conservative. It's not enough to nominate judges who are affiliated with the federalist society, we need judges who are not worried about controversy. Because overruling roe may be unpopular, it may produce backlash, and we need judges who are so committed to their interpretive approaches or their ideological worldview, or even to courting controversy potentially, that they'll reverse row anyway. So there's a lot of attention paid within the movement to clarence Thomas's confirmation and to the scandal he faced because of sexual harassment allegations. And involving Anita hill. That within the anti abortion movement was seen as a good litmus test for the kind of judge Thomas could be and there was a sense that if there were more people on the bench who didn't care about public outcry, the end of roe would be that much sooner. So the movement began to focus on finding different kinds of conservative judges, not just people who define themselves as conservative in the first place. A premise of your new book is that the anti abortion movement led to the downfall of the Republican establishment as it was known in the past. What do you think the key thing was that the anti abortion movement to transform the Republican Party? Well, part of the story I told does focus on money and there were obviously other things that weakened the traditional Republican Party leadership. There was the rise of conservative media. So historically establishment politicians often have the best connections to the media. So they had more of a platform, but with the rise of conservative talk radio, Fox News, newsmax and the like, those outlets tended to give a platform to politicians that were the most extreme and the most ideologically pure..

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"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:39 min | 6 months ago

"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg law with June Grasso from Bloomberg radio I've been talking to professor Stephen blatt of the University of Texas law school about the shrinking docket of the Supreme Court So besides that congressional action or inaction what else is causing the court to take so many fewer cases We don't know I mean as part of the problem here is that because this is all discretionary into causes you know the court never tells us why It has taken her not taking cases We're left to speculate But I do think there are a couple of fairly obvious at least circumstantial explanations One is as we've discussed before the court is doing more and more stuff through these unsigned unemployment emergency orders on the shadow docket that that's ticking up more of the court's attention each term I think also since it takes four votes to grant certiorari Well since justice Kennedy retired in 2018 I think the conservatives now can be more confident about which cases they do and don't want to take Since justice Ginsburg died in 2020 the liberals now don't have enough vote to force a grant of their on their own And I think the sort of what I do as the negative implications of the court theorem fewer cases that there are fewer cases articulating a new legal principle that there are fewer cases establishing law that can then be used in damages suits or in habeas petitions Frankly I think the current majority probably isn't much bothered by So if you add all these things together I think just some of the pressures that used to lead the court to take more cases Have evaporated at the same time as there are more and more demands on the justices time from other parts of their caseload I found it very interesting when you pointed out that when justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died there's no longer a fourth vote for cases that the liberal members might want to hear that might be important to them Does that mean it's making it easier for the conservative members to push any agenda they might have Oh I don't think there's any doubt about that And I think that's been true not just since 2020 but since 2018 When justice Kennedy was the median vote on the court from 2006 to 2018 there were any number of cases where the conservative justice or at least some of them would vote to deny search even though they disagreed with the lower courts a really famous example of this June is the marriage case before obergefell There were this trench of early marriage cases where federal courts appeals had struck down state marriage bans and chief justice Roberts refused to provide a force to vote to grant cert even though Alito Thomas and Scalia wanted.

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Josh Hammer Reflects on Sen. Amy Klobuchar's Abortion Comments

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:42 min | 7 months ago

Josh Hammer Reflects on Sen. Amy Klobuchar's Abortion Comments

"Yeah, I want to play a clip for you here from senator Klobuchar. That I think, you know, when we talk about the constitutionality of roe V wade and obviously Casey sort of, in my opinion, obviously I think you would agree that it's unconstitutional. I think Alito's opinion was a skewered the original road decision. But let's play senator Klobuchar here, and I want to get your take on what she says because actually what she's saying from a sitting U.S. senator is something. I mean, this is not mazie hirono here talking here. I mean, which we just assume is she's going to say the most Atlantic, you know, far left out to see kind of the type of things. Is it senator Klobuchar, who many think is sort of moderate or left of center, but not far left. Listen to cut 6. Why should a woman in Texas have different rights and a different future and a different ability to make decisions about her body and her reproductive choices than a woman in Minnesota? How can that be in this country that we'd have a patchwork of laws? Your response. So senator Klobuchar and I actually went to the same law school and, you know, I would like to think that when she was in common law back in her law school day, she knew better about the actual constitutional law underpinning the roe versus wade and its murderous successor, of course, Planned Parenthood versus Casey 92. Now, look, I mean, John Hart Eli, okay? There are so many liberals who have criticized roe versus wade's fallacious reasoning or beers. But John Hart Eli, who is a longtime constitutional law professor at Harvard Law School, he was the dean of Stanford law school as well. He was personally liberal progressive he supported abortion rights, but he famously said in 1982 that roe versus wade was not constitutional law and barely even gave a semblance of purporting to be constitutional law. It was literally no less a feminist leftist progressive icon than the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg herself. We said the roe versus wade overstepped that the court should not have acted there when it did. They should have stayed cool, let it play out democratically in the states. So, you know, what I hear from senator Klobuchar there is, you know, it's constitutional illiteracy. It's also moral illiteracy, of course. We can't forget we're talking about it. You are talking about the wanton murder of now 63 million unborn children since roe versus wade came down in 1973. 63 million. I mean, it's really just difficult to kind of wrap your mind around around that kind of number. But you know, there's something about you said there, Andrew, that I think there's a modicum. There's a small, small sliver of correctness. Where I think she's correct, is that it ultimately is unsustainable for in the long term. My personal perspective in the long term for this to actually be a state

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The White House Ignores Harrassment of Supreme Court Justices

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:31 min | 7 months ago

The White House Ignores Harrassment of Supreme Court Justices

"Passion, a lot of fear, a lot of sadness, for many, many people across this country, about what they saw in that leaked document suck, he said. I don't have an official U.S. government position on where people protest. There's no official government position on where people protest. The government is mom is quiet on the issue of going to justice's homes and screaming, nobody screams like left the screen. This was a question asked by Fox News channels Peter doocy. Doocy was signing a Fox News report that said pro choice activists under the moniker Ruth sent us. After the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg a proponent of roe, published what are likely the home addresses of justices Amy Coney Barrett, Samuel Alito Brett Kavanaugh, clarence Thomas Neil Gorsuch, and chief justice John Roberts. During the briefing she also suggested conservatives were making too big of a fuss about the leak. I think what is happening here and what we think is happening here is there is an effort to distract from what the actual issue here, which is the fundamental rights, so an abortion. You know?

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"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:13 min | 8 months ago

"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"That was the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg questioning attorney Ted Olson with the firm Gibson Dunn who argued and won that case Just a quick recap here The case was about a film that had been made criticizing Hillary Clinton the first time she tried to run for president It was funded by a cohort of right-wing organizations and corporations including Coke industries so the federal election commission had said that the movie couldn't screen without identifying itself as campaign material and noting its funders The filmmakers and their attorneys argue that this violated their free speech rights and they won opening the door to unlimited corporate funding of political propaganda What's generally referred to as simply dark money But citizens united was not the first battle in the war over corporate free speech nor was it the last The story actually begins back in the late 1960s with mobile oil and its issue advertising program It was a multifaceted strategy that included defining a personality for mobile aligning the company with cultural institutions and advertising ideas rather than just gas The strategy came from mobile's VP of public affairs herb shirts as a way to counter widespread criticism of oil companies in the press and it was championed by the company's CEO Raleigh Warner Here's schmertz later in life describing mobile's personality Well it was multifaceted It was a personality where we believe very strongly about the importance for public policy issues Secondly we believe fervently that as a sort of custodian the large corporation and is custodians of vast resources and employment and everything else that we were not doing our job if we did not participate in the marketplace of ideas Third part of our personality was we believed in that a democracy is composed of a group of free institutions We believe in free markets freedom of speech freedom.

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Navy Ship to Be Named After Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Mark Levin

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Navy Ship to Be Named After Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

"It would be good to know there's going to be a navy ship named after the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg I would think that'll scare the hell out of the enemy wouldn't it mister Medusa Oh my God here comes the Ruth Bader Ginsburg How many things By the government ships or anything have been named after Anton and Scalia His death preceded hers I guess I guess none While George Mason university law school I didn't say that

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"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 8 months ago

"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on WTOP

"P news It's 1153 CBS News special report Senate Judiciary Committee hearings now underway on Supreme Court nominee kittanji Brown Jackson opening with praise from the leading Democrats To roger career you're going to champion for the rule of law determined to get it right even at the risk of public criticism Panel chair dick urban telling the nominee who would be the first black woman on the Supreme Court You've gone to great lengths to explain how the law affects real people Indeed with your nomination we can be confident that the court its role and its decisions will be more understandable to the American public And to the Republicans CBS political correspondent Leonard steinhardt Republicans will likely tread very carefully in their attacks but even if some of the sparring may be more muted Don't expect the Republicans to hold back on their views And CBS's Jan Crawford notes there's a lot Jackson herself won't be able to say One of the frustrating things about the hearings is that nominee is going to sit there as justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg did back in 1993 and say I can't answer that question because that issue might come before me CBS News special report on Vicki Barker With the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine gas prices have become more volatile here in the U.S. oil industry analyst Tom closer says prices have gone down in most of the country but the West Coast is still feeling the worst of it Right now we're backing off in most of the country on gasoline prices but the West Coast is still prone to moving a little bit higher We've had Nevada joined the $5 plus club in the last couple of days Triple-A mid Atlantic says the national average for a price of regular gas was four 25 a gallon that's down from four 33 a gallon last week a year ago drivers were paying two 88.

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McConnell Unfazed About Biden Promising Black Woman to SCOTUS

Mark Levin

01:00 min | 9 months ago

McConnell Unfazed About Biden Promising Black Woman to SCOTUS

"But Mitch McConnell was at a luncheon and Lexington Kentucky yesterday the Washington examiner was either there they got an audio of some of this And he said the following cut 16 go I heard a couple of people say they thought it was inappropriate for the president To announce he was going to put an African American woman on the court Honestly I did not think that was inappropriate President Reagan promised to put a woman on the Supreme Court Sandra Day O'Connor president Trump promised to put a woman on the Supreme Court when justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away This is typical It's like the people who argue well since Biden is in securing the southern border why does he care about the border in Ukraine Excuse me I care about both borders don't you folks Of course

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"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"From undermining roe v wade supreme court justice amy conybeare barrett is outraged or concerned. People see the court has partisan elliott ms stalin quick on the call. That's coming from inside the house right. After this or last number of years conservatives the spring court have among many other things allowed unlimited dark money and political campaigns. They gutted the voting rights act in one crucial provisions essentially rendering. It moved dramatically weakened in another. They've made it much harder for unions to collect dues most recently. They declined to block texas's near ban of abortions which is currently in effect and preventing according to one estimate one in ten women of childbearing age in the us from exercising their constitutional right to an abortion. But whatever you do it is important says the courts no justice no one perceived the court as acting a partisan matter no matter what it is actually doing as the associated press reports quote supreme court justice eimi coney barrett expressed concern sunday the public may increasingly. Say the court as a partisan institution. Justice must be hyper vigilant to make sure they're not letting personal biases creep into their decisions since judges are people to barrett said at a lecture hosted by the university of louisville's mcconnell center that mcconnell. Oh yes it continues introduced by senate republican leader mitch. Mcconnell who founded the center and played a key role in pushing through her confirmation in the last days of the trump administration barrett spoke at length about her desire for others to see the supreme court as nonpartisan. Yes both she. And mcconnell are not dumb. They both know what they're doing. You may remember amy. Conybeare nomination was so rushed the trump white house held a cova d- super spreader ceremony announcing selection before justice ruth bader ginsburg had even been buried and barrett voices concerns in an event where she was introduced by mitch mcconnell. Who of course completely blocked barack obama from the pointing springborg justice ten months before his term was up only to turn around and push barrett's nomination through in the waning days of donald trump's first trump justice barrett express concern people might think according to become too partisan imagine that ellie missiles adjusts correspondent for the nation die. Olympic is a senior editor and legal correspondent at sleep. And they both join me now. I i feel like this event was designed to produce the reaction. We're gonna get it. So i i feel a little bit dated here But i also feel like i have to take the bait dalia and and to me. This is actually a deep point here. There was a reason that roger ills chose You know we report you decide fair and balanced for fox news because it actually was an important part of the branding to have it. Be the fact that like. We're not conservative. We don't have a point of view. this is just. This is just the truth. And i think people in the court understand that same principle. I'm actually kind.

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High Court to Take up Right to Carry Gun for Self-Defense

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

High Court to Take up Right to Carry Gun for Self-Defense

"The Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal to expand gun rights across the country in a New York case over the right to carry a firearm in public for self defense the case marks the court's first foray into gun right since justice Amy Coney Barrett came on board making a six three conservative majority the justices said Monday they will review a lower court ruling that upheld new York's restrictive gun permit law the action follows several mass shootings in recent weeks the High Court had turned down review of the same issue in June before justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death New York is among eight states that limit who has the right to carry a gun in public the others are California Delaware Hawaii Maryland Massachusetts New Jersey and Rhode Island Julie Walker New York

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Biden Orders Commission to Study Supreme Court Expansion and Reform

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00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Orders Commission to Study Supreme Court Expansion and Reform

"In about six months or so. We should know if big changes recommended for the supreme court under an executive order signed by president biden. A bipartisan commission. Will study if the court should expanded. We do know that. In twenty nineteen supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg a liberal icon on the high court. Said that nine seems to be a good number when talking about the amount of justices on the high court other justices though both liberal and conservative have said over the years nine is a perfect number. Five says dance font. The commission will also examine if justices should sit on the court for life.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg's legacy continues with new statue in Brooklyn, New York City

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00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Ruth Bader Ginsburg's legacy continues with new statue in Brooklyn, New York City

"President Eric Adams helped to debut a new statue of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg yesterday this just days before she would have turned 88. The bronze statue was created by artists a Gillie and mark in consultation with Ginsburg before her death. And it'll be on display at City Point. Global

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"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:57 min | 2 years ago

"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"In Texas. The issue of Roe v. Wade came before them and they wrote a decision. Justice Blackmun was the author. But in fact that dealt with Texas law But the implications of the decision or that all the laws of all 50 states needed to be struck. You may have heard that before Dover vs Bolt and Remember that name When people tell you about Roe v. Wade and how it authorizes a woman's right to choose. How a woman has a right to her own body. Do you know that the relying, do you know that Justice Blackmun in Roe versus Wade specifically denied that right in writing? Well, you know, there's a lot of people that will tell you they understand Roe v. Wade, and they'll explain it and that Oh, it's in the first trimester alone that it legalizes abortion. Other folks will tell you. Yes, it's only in the 1st and 2nd trimester and then other folks that have a little more knowledge of once going on. We'll say no. Because of the health exception. It legalizes abortion on demand. But if you read Roe versus Wade, you'll see that strangely. It refers to all of those things and yet says that it doesn't do any of them. That's right. It literally doesn't make any sense. And Roe versus Wade in fact. Justice. Blackmun spends a lot of time talking about the history of pregnancy, believe it or not, and how menacing in the law has viewed pregnancy. It gets almost Here jerking Lee boring as he goes into it, but he's saying he understands it all. But he concludes that when it comes to when life begins, science just hasn't decided And we don't know when life begins. Wait a second. He takes all that time to say that the fact is, we do know in life begins. We have since 18 36. With the invention of the modern microscope. When Sir Thomas Berry observed, ma'am Alien conception, he observed it in rabbits. But the extrapolation doesn't need to go very far. That's when we know life begins. But there's so much more that road does that so dishonest so that we even have liberal legal scholars like Alan Dershowitz and CASS Sunstein and Professor Laurence Tribe. You've probably heard some of these names. They all support. Abortion, but they don't like roll. Let me quote warns tribe for you Quote. One of the most curious things about Roe is that behind its own verbal smoke screen. Substantive judgment on which it rest is nowhere to be found. That is from Laurence Tribe, one of the leading leftist legal scholars. There's so much more though you need to know That even the most notorious pro abortion Supreme Court justice, the known feminist and abortion advocate, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the late Ruth Bater Ginsberg. Was openly faulting the courts approach in Roe v. Wade. And she said, quite clearly, this is not actually about a woman's freedom. It wasn't a woman centered. It's about a doctor's freedom to practice his profession. As he thinks best. It wasn't woman centered. It was physician centered. She did not like Roe v. Wade. She did not approve of it. She would much prefer to not be on the grounds of supposed privacy. And that's why Roby Wade is held in disdain. But the reason abortion on demand is legal is because of the companion decision which never gets discussed. I do discuss that in my book. That's the evil twins, Roe and Doe. Other Supreme Court unleashed medical killing again That's available for preorder on Amazon and at new Regency pub dot com. Right now we're talking about row. It doesn't make sense. Let me go into a little bit more depth. As I mentioned. One of the clear statements, he says, is we don't know in life begins. But oddly, he had just got done explaining the long history of knowledge regarding pregnancy. And he has to intentionally ignore known, documented scientific facts of his day and of previous days. But the fact is, is that it's very confusing what he is saying. Secondly, he spends a lot of time on the Hippocratic oath Now, as you know, And as I started off in this program, the Hippocratic oath has been around for a long time. 3000 years. It's been a guideline for ethical medicine that these people with intimate knowledge of how the human body works, and you only see a doctor. When you're vulnerable. When your body is in need, they swear they will never harm Never harm and particular never kill a patient in their care. So the oath has been around a long time. And ironically, Justice Blackmun talks about that at length and then Believe it or not, he wraps up by saying, Well, the Hippocratic tradition even though we've been following it for 3000 years. It was a very eccentric and at that time, followed by only a few in Greek culture, the Pythagorean it's his other people in Greek times, disagreed with it born a position we can disagree with it, which is a stunning conclusion. He had just got done. He wrote about four paragraphs. Explaining the history of the oath held has been passed down through the ages. And yet he dismisses it by saying in those days some people disagreed, and therefore we're free to disagree. It's quite alarming. He goes much further than many of you think in the media thinks and repeat that Roe v. Wade gives a woman a rightto bodily integrity. Remember the right to choose, But Justice Blackmun is explicit in Roe v. Wade. He, in fact, refers to the feminist a Mickey briefs. Those are the briefs that were filed. For the case where they wanted that right to choose the right to bodily integrity, and he is explicit in rebuking them, he said. This decision is not granting. The right to do whatever you want with your body. We do not respect that. As a legal principle. You do not have a right to choose whatever you want to do. And the right to bodily integrity is not granted by this decision. And he clearly rebukes what you might call the feminist worldview. So how did we get here? It's in the companion decision, Doe versus Boldin and Endo versus Boldin. Not only when he suggest that there should be regulations by the way in row B Wait. He specifically says the states should be free to regulate abortion. How come they haven't been?.

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"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:54 min | 2 years ago

"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"B C. Welcome back on Rabbi Joseph Passenger and I'm Reverend A R. Bernard. So you caught me in the middle of that question, Rabbi So what does it say about human nature? It's a good one. They are and isn't it? See? Here's the other thing. Not only did God give us laws he gave he gave us something called free will And that's one of the greatest gifts that we have. He trusts us. He gave us free will because he wants our love and love cannot be coerced. We have released back. But that free will is a dangerous gift, isn't it? It's not what? Wait, Wait, wait, wait, wait. Wait a minute. I'm sorry, Cardinal. You gotta back up. I mean, you just said that he gave us free will so we could love so without Free will love is not legitimate. Well, Yeah, because love can't be coerced, right? I mean, we don't like shotgun weddings long has got to be freely given. He gave Adam and Eve free will he said here it is. You too. I love you. I want to love you personally passionately. Colonel Lee, But I'm not fortunate. You're free to reject it. And many people do. And that's why there's a restraining force toe law to make sure that people who misused their free will are said no. That's not acceptable in a Republican, a democracy that is contrary to the common good not to work that out. Boy that demands a lot of reflection to sermon and historic wisdom and we're getting there is Americans and I just think what? What we saw a week and a half ago. I think that's gonna hone our appreciation. Law for ardor for our sacred institutions for that for the magnificent experiment in democracy and argued, living that we have in America. And it's going to say free will has. Freedom is not absolutely is it freedom like anything else is always tempered by responsibility. Right? Your Eminence. They are the tourist says God speaks to the people says I give you a choice. Look for death. Good and bad. Good and evil. You have to pick one. Now. Why would I did pick the right pick? Good gift life. Why we have to advise us to pick life would we should be able to do that automatically. But when you have free will You're tempted by other things on and you can choose something which is materials to your welfare. You know if you take life, yet people choose to smoke people choose to endanger their lives. Um, So I think this idea of free will means you are created in the image of God and you can decide what is right for you. Even though I'm telling you their ideals. You should lean this, though you may choose to lean the other way. On D I think that's the greatness of human creation when I know general robots. Yeah, this gentleman and this This conversation brings to light the importance of a religious value consensus, and that's what we bring to society. This kind of conversation to understand that there is an order to things and how we cooperate with that order or how we can work against that order is so in people s so important because people want to know what you say Cardinal. I'll put up the definitely and once you get look, I don't have any natural Children. But I know your parents when you when your son or daughter is 16 years years old and gets a driver's license, they have the freedom to drive. They do not have the freedom to drive all intoxicated. They don't have the freedom to exceed the speed limit. They don't have the freedom not to use the sea itself. Every freedom has, uh, restraint to it are else. We're gonna all be in trouble. Um, Reverend Bernard, you're onto something. We're talking about. We're also talking about objective truth. All three of us are different traditions. We believe there are certain things that are right. Even if everybody else says they're wrong, and there are certain things that are wrong, even if everybody says they're right. What we saw in the nation's capital is wrong. Those people may have thought they were doing the right thing. They may have thought that they were exercising their freedom that does not tally with an objective truth. That protects the common good law, respect for the ardor of the society that is there to ensure our freedoms. I know that's kind of had a cerebral philosophical but darn it. That's what we're that's what this American Republicans conversations like this make it pedestrian. And this is so important because people have questions about this because what you're saying, uh, Cardinal and I agree whole wholeheartedly. This is my theology as well. Is that freedom needs boundaries. I heard a statement says that the greatest threat the freedom is freedom. And I understand that because freedom needs boundaries and without those boundaries, we actually lose freedom and we go into bondage. That's why we need laws. That's why we need our faith traditions because it clearly defines. You know what is right. And what is wrong. I would also add this. I think we have a responsibility to Enhance climate change. We need a moral climate change. I remember meeting Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and she spoke of her closeness with engine in Scalia. You couldn't have two people. Were more different from one another in terms of their political views. And yet they were the best of friends and I think all of us Have to have find that kind of respect for the other, even though the other has a Way of looking at life looking at law on Unfortunately, we live in a climate where were there Those who are ready to denigrate you destroy you. If you dare take a different approach. So to me moral law, responsibility includes credit on respect for the other. The other who is different than you are. Well said Well, said Rabbi Yeah, You know, it's it's amazing because I'm sure that our listeners and you're listening to the revenue Rabbi Show on 77 W A. B C. Of course we've got our own Timothy Cardinal Dolan with us, And I think conversations like this amongst, you know, men, and we don't have a woman here, but men and women of goodwill is so important. For the masses of people to hear, because so much of the conversation has been, uh, on the extremes on my side is the right side and every everyone else is wrong. But to understand what makes us tick as human beings, and what makes society work is so important One of things that 1 M. Christianity, Cardinal and rabbi is the Christian Social social Act against the person of Christ. That's what fascinated me and he still fascinates me to this day, but the Christian social ethic was So complete based on Jewish tradition, Absolutely. But that whole idea of the life and dignity of the human person and the common good played such an important role in informing in me and shaping me in terms of my relationship with society as a whole. We sit down at a table in New York at the Cardinal's residence. People of different faiths, traditions sitting at one table, discussing issues with different perspectives, and we walk away feeling closer to one another, not more distant from one enough. That is a spirit that needs to pervade this country. You've got it. Got it. Look what happened over the summer, Reverend Bernard and Rabbi Potasnik and through the fall in very tense time, and the police commissioner asked to sit down with a group, religious leaders and the three of us were honored to be part of it. It started out rather tense. It started out with some contention. It started out with criticism by the third meeting. We we were friends, and even in the tense discussions, there was respect for what another that's what we need, and I think that's what usually happens in the capital. That's why I think the invasion of the capital was such a sacrilege because it just violates everything upon which this ardor experiment in democracy as to total called called America. That's that's what that's our genius, and we can't lose that. I look I got I got some apprehensions about Joe Biden. I've got immense hope in Joe.

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"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on KOMO

"By the pandemic and economic pain. Knockdown. Count it out. Let me Hi, this is your campaign opted for small events that complied with covert 19 guidelines. I enjoy interfacing with people. I'm not trying to avoid it. But I'm trying to set an example as to how we should proceed in terms of dealing with this health and economic crisis. President Trump preferred packed crowds. Until a positive test for covert 19 took him off the campaign trail and put him into the hospital. I recommended we bring the president up to Walter Reed. The precautionary measure. Provide state of the art monitoring and any care that he may need. The president spent four days at Walter Reed, where he was given experimental antibodies and rammed a severe We're maximizing. All aspect of his care attacking this'll virus, You know, multi pronged approach he's receiving standing multi disciplinary care. State of science for Corona virus infection has been very interesting journey. I learned a lot about Cove it I learned it by really going to school. This is the real school. This isn't the Let's read the book school want everybody to be given the same treatment as your president. Because I feel great. I feel like perfect. His doctor gave a confusing time line of the president's illness was trying to reflect the the upbeat attitude that the team President. There's course of illness has had, um Didn't want to give any any information that might steer the course of illness in another direction, and it remains unclear when and how he became infected. Any number of guests who have been at the White House who may be tested negative, but then later tested positive. It might have had something to do with the Rose Garden event where the president announced his nominee to replace Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died in September. Will remember her and others coming up when playback 2020 continues. Playback 2020 from ABC News is brought to you by the Bank of America. Cash.

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"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on KOMO

"Slash doing our part. West Seattle Bridge remains closed indefinitely. You to the findings of the inspection of the high rise structure last year, Lower level Spokane Street Bridge open to all vehicles, meanwhile, between 9 P.m. and 5 a.m. after that will be restricted only to emergency vehicles, Busses and freight and this time with photo enforcement. Of those restrictions starting on Monday. Um, Evan Smith. Come on. 24 7 Traffic. Comeau forecast Cloudy skies expected for your Sunday with temps this morning just a bit cool in the mid thirties to the low forties heist fear Sunday ranging in the upper forties, perhaps a few spots into the low fifties. Now we are dealing with some scattered rain out there before about 78 or 9 A.m. there after just some spotty showers are in the forecast. In fact, Most end up staying dry. Heavy rain is expected again at times, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. I'm meteorologist Abby a Cockney and become a weather center. Homo news. 1000 and FM 97 7 Playback 2020 from ABC News is brought to you by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. What's the worst that could happen if you drink and drive? Dried, sober or get pulled over from ABC News playback 2020 a look back at the year that Woz even as many of us are eager to move on. I'm Erin Khutor ski and I'm Sherry pressed it. Later, Kingsburg. And solemnly swear Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died September 18th that 87 of pancreatic cancer after a remarkable quarter century on the bench. A woman I have rights in this country, that's.

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"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:52 min | 2 years ago

"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"2020 also took Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. In September, the ailing justice passed away in the midst of the presidential election. Contentious fight to fill her vacant seat in the Supreme Court began almost immediately. Eventually, Ginsburg would be replaced by President Trump's nominee, Amy Cockney. Barrett. While America was still mourning the feminist icon, we look back at Justice Ginsburg's deep decades long friendship with the late conservative Justice Antonin Scalia. Christopher Scalia, Justices, Scalia son told the Fox News rundowns Chris Foster how the inspiring bond between the two began. Their friendship went back really, to the early eighties, when they were Judges together on the D C circuit Court of Appeals, which is kind of like the second most important court in the country, and they had a good working relationship that which really started back then. They would help each other revised their drafts and their opinions that apparently the other judges on that court really didn't like getting advice about their writing and how Improved the clarity of what they were writing and the force of their arguments. But Justice Ginsburg liked getting and receiving that kind of advice, and so did my dad, and they formed what he called a mutual improvement society. During their time on the court there, and if they had other things in common, they were. They had similar backgrounds that they were. Both New Yorkers grew up in New York around the same time, different boroughs but around the same time And shared a love of opera. Good wine. Uh, Eating good food. Both of their spouses were excellent cooks. Marty Ginsburg, in particular, is kind of a legendary cook, who adopt put together wonderful meals every New Year's Eve and they would celebrate New Year's every every years. Well, So you know, despite all their differences, and all the many things they disagreed about, including a number of opinions in this collection, um They had a wonderful friendship were able to kind of focus on the things they had in common. Your dad and Justice Ginsburg. I don't know The statistics on how often they concur, dissented on cases, but I'd imagine that they disagreed. Maybe as much as any two Recent justices have my right. Yeah, I think that's that sounds right. I don't know the statistics, either. I think people would be surprised by how often they agreed with each other. But on the real hot button cultural cases, they often disagree. You know, One of her most important or most famous opinions was Virginia Military Institute case from the mid nineties, and my my father wrote a dissent. To that case, which is in this collection, the essential Scalia and it was hey actually gave her the draft of that dissent a little bit earlier than one usually does just so that she would have more time to kind of Deal with it, and gravel grapple with his arguments. And Yeah, some of his most, uh, stinging dissents were in response to opinions. She didn't necessarily right but but joined, And I think that's probably true. Vice versa tell the story about the big bouquet of roses she got from him. Well, my dad would get her roses for her birthday and I guess that, uh, I think the last time he did that, so the year before he died, one of the editors of the essential Scalia Judge Jeffrey Sutton was visiting my father in chambers on Justice Ginsburg's birthday. And he saw that my dad had two dozen roses for Justice Ginsburg And, uh, Judge sudden started teasing dad saying, you know, I haven't even gotten my wife two dozen roses over the course of our entire marriage. Um, why would you do this? And besides, when was the last time she sided with you on a really important 54 decision? You know he's poking fun, You know, not really being serious, but my dad did. The serious answer, which was some things are more important than votes, and I think I just kind of a great encapsulation of there. Of their relationship of their friendship they had they had Very different opinions of politics and of their jobs as judges and of what laws meant what the Constitution men but Uh, how they voted wasn't the biggest factor in their relationship. It wasn't that those opinions didn't matter. And it wasn't that they compromised their beliefs for each other. But they didn't let those very strongly held beliefs undermine their very deep friendship through a collection of Supreme Court justice incidents. Goalie is writing sort of like a greatest hits album. It's opinions and other writing about the law and the Constitution again called the Essential Scalia. Yeah, you must be awfully proud and happy just to have this stuff all collected in one place for posterity. This is really just a collection of his greatest legal writings, Opinions, speeches, essays and they, you know, collected together, give a really good Uh, sense of why exactly. He was such a significant Supreme Court justice on it's It's there, you know, having in one collection really makes it tangible for anybody toe understand that we'll just is illegal reference work. You've got to think it's gonna end up being bought by or four Ah lot of lawyers and judges. Yeah, no absolutely. And law students, I hope You know that? He he wrote. Clearly, he wrote, hey, had so many memorable phrases and his opinions. His logic was so strong and convincing. That people just kind of they often went to his opinions first. And so it's good for people to kind of have that as a resource first to keep going to those opinions, even even after Is passing a lot of times, if if he had a vote, a personal vote on how a case would turn out it may or may not. A lot of times did align with how he ruled, But sometimes it probably wouldn't have, right. Yeah, I think that's true. And that's that's especially true in one example is when he sided with the majority in the flag burning case. The majority ruled that Um, it was constitutional Sorry. Burning the flag was constitutionally protected speech under the First Amendment so prohibiting that in the state law was unconstitutional. My father often explained that he did not like The idea of flag burning. If he were a king, he would ban it. But it clearly to him falls under the protection of the protection of the First Amendment, and a lot of conservatives to this day do not like that opinion. But my father thought the Constitution was clear about that. There are many examples in this collection, the essential Scalia of instances in which he stands up for the rights of the accused defendant's rights. There's a famous case in here where It's search and seizure cases as well there a couple of those in here where he just thought, you know the police did not have authority, for example, to use scans of houses, Tol identify Merrill who was growing marijuana without that was an illegal search examples like that s so if he could just pass a law that was one thing, but Um, you know, actually started there couldn't be even be lost for that because they so clearly violated the Constitution, even though obviously he wouldn't have approved of those particular actions. Sure, hey, was also notice a talker during oral arguments, he asked, asked a lot of questions. And clearly sometimes, though, they weren't really questions. They were just arguments he was making to his fellow justices. Now, do you think he went into most cases with his mind made up based on the briefs and the president? I'm not saying it's a bad thing. But is that usually the case? I think that the justices, you know, I can't say for certain But my hunch is that they often have go in with a pretty good idea..

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"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:40 min | 2 years ago

"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Host, Trey Yingst 2020 also took Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. In September, the Alien justice passed away in the midst of the presidential election. Contentious fight to fill her vacant seat in the Supreme Court began almost immediately. Eventually, Ginsburg would be replaced by President Trump's nominee, Amy Cockney. Barrett. While America was still mourning the feminist icon, we look back at Justice Ginsburg's deep decades long friendship with the late conservative Justice Antonin Scalia. Christopher Scalia, Justices, Scalia son told the Fox News rundowns Chris Foster how the inspiring bond between the two began. Their friendship went back really, to the early eighties, when they were Judges together on the D C circuit Court of Appeals, which is kind of like the second most important court in the country, and they had a good working relationship that which really started back then. They would help each other revised their drafts and their opinions that apparently the other judges on that court really didn't like getting advice about their writing and how the Improved the clarity of what they were writing and the force of their arguments. But Justice Ginsburg liked getting and receiving that kind of advice, and so did my dad, and they formed what he called a mutual improvement society. During their time on the court there and It and they had other things in common. They were they had similar backgrounds that they were. Both New Yorkers grew up in in New York around the same time, different boroughs but around the same time. And shared a love of opera. Good wine. Uh, Eating good food. Both of their spouses were excellent cooks. Marty Ginsburg, in particular, is kind of a legendary cook, who would put together wonderful meals every New Year's Eve and they would celebrate New Year's every every years. Well, So you know, despite all their differences, and all the many things they disagreed about, including a number of opinions in this collection, um They had a wonderful friendship were able to kind of focus on the things they had in common. Your dad and Justice Ginsburg. I don't know the statistics on how often they concur, dissented on cases. But I imagine that they disagreed. Maybe as much as any two Recent justices have my right. Yeah, I think that's that sounds right. I don't know the statistics, either. I think people would be surprised by how often they agreed with each other. But on the real hot button cultural cases, they often disagreed. You know, One of her most important or most famous opinions was Virginia Military Institute case from the mid nineties, and my my father wrote a dissent. To that case, which is in this collection, the essential Scalia and it was hey actually gave her the draft of that dissent a little bit earlier than one usually does just so that you could have more time to kind of Deal with it, and gravel grapple with his arguments. And Yeah, some of his most, uh, stinging dissents were in response to opinions. She didn't necessarily right but but joined, And I think that's probably true vice versa until the story about the big bouquet of roses she got from him. Well, my dad would get her roses for her birthday and I guess the, uh, I think the last time he did that so the year before he died, one of the editors of the essential Scalia Judge Jeffrey Sutton was visiting my father in chambers on Justice Ginsburg's birthday. And he saw that my dad had two dozen roses for Justice Ginsburg And, uh, Judge sudden started teasing dad saying, you know, I haven't even gotten my wife two dozen roses over the course of our entire marriage. Um, why would you do this? And besides, when was the last time she sided with you on a really important 54 decision? You know, he's poking fun, You know, not not really being serious, but my dad Davis. Serious answer, which was some things are more important than votes, and I think I just kind of a great encapsulation of there. Of their relationship of their friendship they had they had Very different opinions of politics and of their jobs as judges and of what laws meant what the Constitution men but Uh, how they voted wasn't the biggest factor in their relationship. It wasn't that those opinions didn't matter. And it wasn't that they compromised their beliefs for each other. But they didn't let those very strongly held beliefs undermine their very deep friendship through a collection of Supreme Court justice incident. Scalia's writing sort of like a greatest hits album. It's opinions and other writing about the law and the Constitution again called the Essential Scalia. Yeah, you must be awfully proud and happy just to have this stuff all collected in one place for posterity. This is really just a collection of his greatest legal writings, Opinions, speeches, essays and they, you know, collected together, give a really good Uh, sense of why exactly. He was such a significant Supreme Court justice on it's It's there, you know, having in one collection really makes it tangible for anybody toe understand that we'll just is illegal reference work. You've got to think it's going to end up being bought by or four Ah lot of lawyers and judges. No absolutely and law students. I hope Uh, you know that he, he wrote Clearly, he wrote, Uh, hey, had so many memorable phrases and his opinions. His logic was so strong and convincing. That people just kind of they often went to his opinions first. And so it's good for people to kind of have that as a resource, Kristen to keep going to those opinions, even even after Is passing a lot of times, if if he had a vote of personal vote on how a case would turn out it may or may not. A lot of times did align with how he ruled, But sometimes it probably wouldn't have, right. Yeah, I think that's true. And that's that's especially true in one example is when he sided with the majority in the flag burning case. The majority ruled that Um, it was constitutional Sorry. Burning the flag was constitutionally protected speech under the First Amendment so prohibiting that in the state law was unconstitutional. My father often explained that he did not like The idea of flag burning. If he were a king, he would ban it. But it clearly to him falls under the protection of the protection of the First Amendment, and a lot of conservatives to this day do not like that opinion. But my father thought the Constitution was clear about that. Very there. Many examples in this collection the essential Scalia of instances in which he stands up for the rights of the accused defendant's rights. There's a famous case in here where It's search and seizure cases as well there a couple of those in here where he just thought, you know the police do not have authority, for example, to use scans of houses, Tol identify Merrill who was growing marijuana without that was an illegal search examples like that s so if you could just pass a law that was one thing, but Um, you know, actually started there couldn't be even be lost for that because they so clearly violated the Constitution, even though obviously he wouldn't have approved of those particular actions. Sure, hey, was also notice a talker. During oral arguments, he asked as a lot of questions. And clearly. Sometimes, though, they weren't really questions. They were just arguments he was making to his fellow justices. Now, do you think he went into most cases with his mind made up based on the briefs and the president's? I'm not saying it's a bad thing. But is that usually the case? I think that the justices, you know, I can't say for certain, but my hunch is that they often have go in with a pretty good idea, but I think for the most part, they do ask questions, not just tow. Not just to be heard or not just to make arguments, but because they want to really engage with the arguments that the lawyers are making in the forward to this collection, Justice Kegan first of all, very happy that she agreed to write this beautiful forward, But she she says that she says just that. You know, Dad would ask these questions because he loved argument and kind of loved mixing it up. It wasn't just kind of wasn't just for show though he did. I think you're right. He was very kind of an engaging speaker and It was some study years ago that found he was he was the funniest justice By the standards of that he drew the most laugh right from from the courtroom during oral arguments, which you know, obviously isn't the most important thing to do, but just shows how much he he enjoyed that process..

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Final goodbye: Recalling influential people who died in 2020

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Final goodbye: Recalling influential people who died in 2020

"Twenty twenty brought devastating loss of life including those who held a prominent place in the nation's history or culture the pandemic took the lives of more than three hundred forty five thousand Americans in twenty twenty and there were notables who died from various circumstances but funerals and memorials we're limited postponed or held online in twenty twenty we lost a prima court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg I'll do the very best I can in this job civil rights icon congressman John Lewis just because the racism is still deeply embedded in our society basketball great Kobe Bryant's rock guitarist Eddie Van Halen Little Richard Sean Connery Alex Trebek an actor Chadwick Boseman who died of cancer at the age of forty three also gone Kenny Rogers Regis Philbin a livia to Haviland and musician John Prine who died of covert nineteen I'm Jackie Quinn

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"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on 710 WOR

"They delivered us a clear victory. Convincing victory. Victory. Four. We, the people. His running mate, Kamila Harris becomes the first woman of color to hold that position. Theological College made it official. But President Trump is continuing to challenge the results of frog. In the American public. This'd is an embarrassment to our country. We were getting ready to win this election. Frankly, we did win this election in a normal year. That would certainly be the top story. But this is 2020. And there was no story that impacted America more than covert 19. A pandemic that has drastically changed the lives of almost every person know that masks are really important, and we should be using them everyone in the next two hours we will examine both of those stories in depth. The business closings, the closing of schools working from home mask, social distancing and the political differences over how to deal with the outbreak, But we now have a vaccine. But there are plenty of other news stories in this very unusual year. The death of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minnesota, touching off protests in right minutes. His neck. Just imagine take a stopwatch and put my managed and set the timer on your cell phone. There was also the death of Briana Taylor and Louisville that touched off a new examination of systematic racism in America. Movie mogul Harvey Weinstein was convicted of sexual abuse. Chilean Maxwell arrested for helping Jeffrey Epstein procure underage girls for sex photos do low suspected in the disappearance of his wife, Jennifer in Connecticut. Takes his own life and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died and was quickly replaced by Amy Cockney barrel duty on the answers.

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"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:36 min | 2 years ago

"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Clear victory. Convincing victory, a victory. Four. We, the people, Kamila Harris becomes the first woman and woman of color to hold the office of Vice president. The Electoral College made it official. But President Trump continues to challenge the results, claiming widespread voter fraud was a fraud. In the American public. This'd is an embarrassment to our country. We were getting ready to win this election. Frankly, we did win this election. Now, in a normal year, That would certainly be the top story. But this is 2020. And there was no story that impacted America more than covert 19. The pandemic drastically changed the lives of almost every person. And forced us all to wear masks. We know that masks are really important and we should be using them. Everyone coming up. We will examine both of those stories in depth. The business closings, the closing of schools, working from home masks, social distancing and the political differences over how to deal with Cove. It But we now have a vaccine and inoculations are underway. There was plenty of other news in this very unusual year. The death of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minnesota, touching off Protests and Ryan nine minutes on his neck. Just imagine take a stopwatch and put nine minutes and set the timer on your cellphone movie mogul Harvey Weinstein convicted of sexual abuse. Elaine Maxwell, arrested for helping Jeffrey Epstein procure underage girls for sex photos do low suspected in the disappearance and death of his wife, Jennifer in Connecticut, takes his own life and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies. And is quickly replaced by Amy Cockney Barrett a year began with the impeachment of President Trump is the day that we named the managers would go to the floor. She passed the resolution to transmit the articles of impeachment. Through the Senate Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats move forward after learning of a phone call the president made to the president of Ukraine. The allegation was that he threatened to withhold military aid to the country unless it announced it was investigating Joe Biden. The House passed two articles of impeachment, abuse of power and obstruction of justice. Congressman Adam Schiff, one of the managers who prosecuted the case, has done it before he will do it again. What are the odds if left in office that he will continue trying to cheat? I will tell you. 100%. The Senate trial lasted more than two weeks, but only Senator Mitt Romney broke ranks with Republicans leaving Democrats short of the two thirds majority needed to convict is therefore Ordered and adjudged that the said Donald John Trump be and he is hereby acquitted of the charges in, said articles, President Trump celebrated by ripping Democrats accusing them of being vicious. His health is a sort of a day of celebration because We went through hell. The bitter impeachment fight set the stage for a bitterly fought presidential campaign, resulting in the election of Joe Biden. Here's correspondent Karen Trap. It was a remarkably steady race, and in the end it wasn't all that close. Joe Biden winning the presidential election by more than seven million votes. 306 Electoral College votes to President Trump's to 32 clear victory. Convincing victory, the former VP running on the theme of bringing the nation back together after years of bitter partisanship. That message carried him through a tumultuous, unprecedented general election that was rocked by the cove in 19 pandemic and economic collapse. The former VP opted for smaller events that met local cove in 19 guidelines. But President Trump hit the campaign trail hard revving up large packed crowds of mask with supporters as he downplayed the pandemic pandemic is rounding the turn in early October. President Trump announcing he tested positive for cocaine 19. He was off the campaign trail for more than a week. In the end Biden bill back to so called Blue Wall, winning Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. He also flipped Arizona and Georgia. Karen Travers. ABC NEWS Washington. Joining us to talk Maura about the election is W Awards. Mark Simone. And Mark, I have to ask you just Donald Trump ever say that he lost or he was beaten. But I can't lie He didn't lose wasn't beaten. There was obviously some funny business with this election. I mean, listen, there's a 400 witnesses who testified under oath. There is a ton of video. There's evidence of all kinds. I don't think he lost. I think the Supreme Court justices. Hey, I don't blame them. I would have probably done the same thing. You know, They all live in a nice a suburb and they got a nice, quiet house on a quiet street. And they know if they rule against the Biden and they're gonna have protesters and rioters surrounding their house for about six months. So would you risk that? I don't think so. Not to mention the Democrats threatened them that they would pack the courts. If you're these three new justices. And you think that's something to be 25? You'll get lost in that crowd. They were just scared that they didn't rule against anything. They just said We don't want to hear the case. We too. Please go somewhere else. Don't bring this here. Well, you know, Donald Trump. Really? Well, I mean, I guess he doesn't handle losing well at anything. Well, I knew George Steinbrenner very well. And he used to say, Show me a good loser, and I'll show you a loser. No, you know you're not supposed to handle it Well on Donald Trump is a guy who and they all these great billionaires are like this when you really wiped them out. That's when they're the most dangerous. Paint them into a corner and then watch out. They come Roaring back, and I don't know what his next move is. But if you ask me 67 years ago, and what's his next move, I never would have said become president who knows what he'll do next. Do you think he'll remain politically active? Yeah, Absolutely. Definitely. He could. I don't know They have all these theories, and these are just theories. He's never made a move or a thought in this direction. But all these theories he's going to run a TV network. I don't think you'll ever do that. That's a total nightmare. He may do a big TV show or creative streaming platforms, some platform, but he's not going to run a TV network. And then, uh, this is talking about running a shadow government. Uh, no. I think he'll just he'll figure out a way. I think you'll see those rallies. On they might be paid rallies. I think they'll get bigger than ever, although it's a little harder when you're not the president to have the motorcade, the Air Force one all that stuff, But I think whatever he's going to really do next, I don't think he's figured it out. And I don't think it's anything we can imagine. Guys like this. Just come up with something I never even thought of. Normally a ex president kind of fades away into the background. I don't see Trump doing that. I assume you don't either. No. Look at these ex presidents, their professional politicians. They do nothing. Look at Bush all paint. I'll do watercolor. That's what a career that is, Uh, well give Bill Clinton credit. He found quite a hobby to keep myself occupied through the years. But guys like Trump that your basis or any of these billionaires, that's how they get to be guys like that. They never stop. And I don't care how much you wipe them out. They come back even bigger than ever..

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"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"justice ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Team here on this Christmas Eve. We're running through the top stories of the day, looking ahead to some things in 2021. Right now we're gonna recap the top legal stories of 2020 and joining me to do that. I have staff writer for the dispatch and host of the advisory Opinions podcast. Sarah Isgur, Sarah, thanks so much for taking a few minutes to run through this with us, and I think we have to start with so much to choose from, But I think we have to start with the change to the Supreme Court. Right. It's hard to pick. There's so much it's been a cornucopia of legal issues. It really has. And the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and then the appointment and confirmation of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. That was a game changer for the Supreme Court. So that really sets the stage for Ah, lot of big things to come. It does. It was a brief moment where Chief Justice John Roberts was the swing vote on the court, for really the first time that we had a chief justice as a swing vote since the New Deal era, And that matters because the chief justice gets to assign the opinion. He's the most being your justice Soto have the person assigning opinions also is the swing vote. Kind of a moment in history. And so he only got like a Terminator half on, Then walk. Walk. It's over. And now you have Just a teeny honey. They're coming, and we still don't quite know where she'll fall right among the six. But we do know that she's Justice. Roberts will no longer be that swings it. So does this set up the court to be even more fascinating than it's been in a while. Because you have justice is like a Gorsuch and a Cavanaugh and a Roberts, who could surprise you, depending on the issue, And there's also a line of thinking that maybe Judge Barrett could Do the same. I mean, there are a couple of justice is on both sides where you really know where they're gonna sit on most issues, but you've got a couple that could have this independent streak, depending on the case. Exactly Right. Here's something that everyone needs to think about. It takes four votes to take a case which I know sounds like okay, well, then they're going to take a more cases because all of a sudden there's more votes. It's almost kind of the opposite when you haven't certain to get the court over. Who's gonna vote, which way those four votes become even harder to come by? Because you know as we're Fonda's staying on advisory opinion, flash Every lawyer. Bad fact make bad law and what you're gonna have. Is that issue where he is nine justices. All of them are brilliant. They know how to count to five. And therefore they know how to count before and so what they don't want to do is grant a case for hearing that the Supreme Court where they don't already know that they have by vote, And so we saw a little bit of that with a qualified immunity cases right after The killing of George Floyd. There were protests going on around the country over whether police off there should be able to be held responsible for some of these actions. All of a sudden these cases that have been carried over and carry over and carried over everyone assumed that the court would take one of them. But they didn't. And so when you have this uncertainty in the next term, you can actually see a lot of cases not get taken up. You could see sort of a record low number of cases, in fact being heard by the court. Until all of her new colleagues determined Prender foe, right. Sarah Isgur, staff writer for the dispatch and host of the advisory Opinions, podcast is joining me now to recap. Some of the top legal stories of 2020 will also look ahead to 2021. Another big issue that kept coming up was the constitutionality of some of the measures taken at the state and local level when it came to the pandemic and and really, you know, there were challenges to the face mask mandate. Sin and some of the shutdowns and things like that. And we really saw that you know, in a time of a pandemic when there is a legitimate public health emergency that these government state local governments have pretty expansive powers. Great. I mean, I'm kind of calling that pandemic law because it's Sort of this subset of real law. The justice were justices were incredibly deferential to state and local authorities who are saying Look, this is what we have to do right now before we know more, but as time went on between March The June You were sort of in this deferential category between June and August. You were like, Look, we're going to be deferential, but okay, start getting your act together. And now what you're seeing. Is that okay? Pandemic laws over. We now know what this is. We know what it's not. We know how it spread. We know how it's not. And, for instance, having laws that specifically discriminate against churches. This is the most recent case out of the Supreme Court. What they said was just because you also discriminate against movie theaters doesn't matter. The question is whether you're more lenient towards other secular institutions that are similarly situated. So, for instance, tattoo parlors, acupuncture things that were still allowed to be open while churches remained close. They said, No, we're done with that now. Now that we know more you no longer have a justification for this. They have taken some more cases since then, To simply basically vacate those to say no, no, Try again and send them back down. We have not had another case of the Supreme Court, though just further defined with the parameters of those are beyond the New York A California has of interesting laws on the book model, you States, Theo. Hopefully, though, I have to tell you. I'm just kind of hoping the vaccine come through and that we don't have a lot of more pandemic law cases. Yes, We're.

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High court blocks New York virus limits on houses of worship

America in the Morning

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

High court blocks New York virus limits on houses of worship

"The Supreme Court blocks New York's coronavirus limits on houses of worship. Correspondent Mike Can't that explains the high court is far in New York from enforcing limits on attendance at churches and synagogues in areas designated as hard hit by the virus. The justices voted 54 with new Justice Amy Cockney parrot in the majority. The three liberal justices and Chief Justice John Roberts dissented. The vote was his shift for the court earlier this year when Pierre it's liberal predecessor, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, was on the court. The justices voted 54 to leave in place pandemic related capacity restrictions. Affecting churches in California and Nevada.

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Supreme Court Rules New York Cannot Limit Attendance At Houses Of Worship Due To COVID-19

John Landecker

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Supreme Court Rules New York Cannot Limit Attendance At Houses Of Worship Due To COVID-19

"The Supreme Court ruled late last night's to block New York from enforcing attendance limits on houses of worship. President Trump's new Appointee, Justice Amy Cockney, Barrett, was in the majority on the decision. It's a shift from two previous cases in Nevada and California this year, when Barrett's predecessor, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, was on the court. That's news nations. Geez Aggie reporting. The court's action won't have any immediate impact since the two groups that sued as a result of the restrictions. The Roman Catholic Church, an Orthodox Jewish synagogues are no longer subject to them. The group had challenged the attendants, limits and areas designated red and orange zones, but they're now in the less restrictive yellow zones.

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High court blocks New York virus limits on houses of worship

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

High court blocks New York virus limits on houses of worship

"Conservative majority on the Supreme Court. She is showing its influence for the first time since Amy Cockney Barrel took her seat on the bench. The high court has blocked New York's coronavirus limits on houses of worship. The high court is far in New York from enforcing limits on attendant said church, his hand synagogues in areas designated as hard hit by the virus. The justices voted 54 with new Justice Amy Cockney parrot in the majority. The three liberal justices and Chief Justice John Roberts dissented. The vote was his shift for the court earlier this year when parrots liberal predecessor, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was on the court. The justices voted 54 To leave in place. Pandemic related capacity restrictions affecting churches in California and Nevada, Mike Hemp in

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Amy Coney Barrett sworn in as Supreme Court justice

The World and Everything In It

01:06 min | 2 years ago

Amy Coney Barrett sworn in as Supreme Court justice

"Judge Amy Coney. Barrett is now Justice Amy Coney Barrett Justice Clarence. Thomas swore her ended a White House ceremony last night. Start. Off. I am. Berry took the oath of office hours after the US, Senate voted largely down party lines to confirm her on this vote the as fifty to the Naser forty-eight, the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett of Indiana to be an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States is confirmed as expected. One GOP senator broke with Republicans that was Senator Susan. Collins of Maine Democrats were lockstep in opposition the forty eight year old Barrett fills the seat vacated by the late Justice Ruth Bader GINSBURG or confirmation likely gives conservatives on the high court a five to three advantage over the courts liberal wing with Chief Justice John Roberts serving a swing vote on many issues.

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Democrats Plan To Boycott Senate Committee Vote On Barrett

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Democrats Plan To Boycott Senate Committee Vote On Barrett

"Democrats will boycott The committee vote for Amy. Call me Barry. It's a Supreme Court nomination. Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee will boycott today's committee vote on barrettes Supreme Court nomination. The plan comes Is 10, Democrat. Democratic senators on the panel have been discussing how to protest the GOP's plan to confirm Barrett next week to the seat held by the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Senate. My lorry leader Chuck Schumer and the Democrats on the committee said in a joint statement that the push to confirm Barrett was a sham process and accused Republicans are breaking the promise and rules established. Are refusing to give Merrick Garland, the former president Obama's final Supreme Court nominee. Ah, hearing or a vote, so they say they will boycott today. In our so they're expected to hold a couple of press

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Thousands of Women to March in Los Angeles, Participate in Other Pre-Election Actions

A Nation Divided

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Thousands of Women to March in Los Angeles, Participate in Other Pre-Election Actions

"Thousands of women have been taking to the streets and Ella Pasadena, Long Beach torrents and Laguna Niguel in a Siri's of pre election marches. They're trying to promote voter registration and other actions aimed at focusing on women's reproductive issues. They're also marching in protest of the Trump administration's efforts to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg before the November 3rd election. Women's March. Executive director Rachel O'Leary, Carmona says it's one of many demonstrations happening across the country this weekend. Those air very diverse as well. Some of them are virtual as I've said, but one is a march from with better. Ginsberg's dorm, A college dorm room. Tio State Capitol. One is a caravan of golfers today's gatherings or the second this year under the women's March banner.

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Crowds Rally for 2020 Women's March in Washington, DC

Retirement Key Radio

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Crowds Rally for 2020 Women's March in Washington, DC

"The women's march taking place this our downtown. The event comes ahead of unexpected Senate vote on President Trump's pick to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the U. S. Supreme Court and the presidential election or Misers say the gathering includes a text banking telethon with the goal of sending five million messages to get out the vote and that participants must wear masks and practice. Social distancing. The first women's March took place in D. C a day after President Trump's

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