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The Virtues of Mathematics

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:03 min | Last month

The Virtues of Mathematics

"Now, there is a line as well. I want you to explain something to me. I always try and read seriously, but not literally, because if I read literally, I'd be confounded. You say, when you were 16th, you went to nerd camp. Map camp. Quote, it was the first time I'd ever met anybody who was smart. Now I know keelan. So I know really brilliant people in your family. I think you meant it's the first time you met one of those geniuses in math, right? Well, it was a little more than that. Kegan didn't live in Sharon, so there was a whole lot of good for the smartest kid and share it. But I went to, I went to study calculus and analytic geometry at Cornell and there were all these kids from New York City and they all had like 5 800s on their SATs and the kid in the room next to me hadn't taken trigonometry, and he was doing calculus. So he bought a trig book and read it. Over a couple of days. And yeah, those are really smart people. And I was not that smart. So I had it was a step in my growing up. I felt really insecure. And so I started smoking cigarettes, a habit, which I didn't give up for another 30 years. I

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"kegan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"kegan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"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 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 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 known as 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's? I'm not saying it's a bad thing, but 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 that No 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. Did that love for debate? Did it? Was it a two way street was? Was he persuadable? Absolutely. And that's something justice Kagan mentions in her forward. She she doesn't say when she ever changed his mind, but says that yeah, they change each other's minds at times. Well, Chris for school. Yeah, it was great to talk to you. The book is called the Essential Scalia on the Constitution, the courts and the rule of law. Chris Kelly. A really good talk to you. Thanks so much. Thanks So much. Appreciate your time Who About our future. We hear from Neil DeGrasse Tyson about where Americans and the human race may be going next. This is the Fox News. Run down. Ah, year in review. Mock and rob Pennsylvania. You are now required to wear masks in.

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"kegan" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"kegan" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"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 that No 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. Did that love for debate? Did it? Was it a two way street was? Was he persuadable? Yeah, absolutely. And that's something justice Kagan mentions in her forward. She she doesn't say when she ever changed his mind, but says that yeah, they change each other's minds at times. Well, Chris Physically it was great to talk to you. The book is called the Essential Scalia on the Constitution, the courts and the rule of law. Chris Kelly. A really good talk to you. Thanks so much. Thanks so much appreciate your time. Hope about our future. We hear from Neil DeGrasse Tyson about where Americans and the human race may be going next. This is the Fox News. Run down. Ah, year in review. Stayed up late. A lot better when you stay up with Jim Bohannon weeknights at 10 on North Georgia's news Talk Am 5 50 FM one or 2.9 W do you in a message from President Donald Trump about the Senate runoff? Jonasson is a radical left wing zealot who is very proud.

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"kegan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"kegan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Partly to mostly sunny for today, Bracey High up near 40 now know what's going on until kegan a of 9 70 the answer. Time for traffic. Here's Debbie. Thank you, Bill. Let's go to the Southern state. He's found a NASA road getting outscored Uniondale accident being pushed off to the shoulder traffic still moving solely in Brooklyn on Bedford Avenue at Lenox Road with an accident investigation. Also Fort Hamilton Parkway in Borough Park, an accident by 41st Street as well that's still being investigated. Let's take a ride to the cross proxies found. Looks like you're finally easing out just a bit here getting out toward the area of White Plains Road with an accident cleared. We're still seeing delays at the inbound G W B of up to 40 minutes to the upper level better to the lower level. Still about 30 in from root for traffic is moving slowly on one and nine Tenderly Avenue North. It's a caucus road getting at the Jersey City with an accident being clear from that spot as well. Sell found through way. Still okay at the Tappan Zee Bridge, 17 east exit 1 26 in Chester and accident Now on the shoulder. You now know where not to go. I'm Debbie. Do him with Joe Piscopo. Am 9 70 The answer The one the only deputy who hang we loved every to him. Thank you, Debbie. Hey, the tunnel. The Tower's Foundation is marking its season of hope, and they need your help. The foundation is honoring America's heroes by donating 36 homes and 36 days. That's one home a day from Thanksgiving through New Year's Eve tunnel to towers is gifting homes and more than two dozen states across our nation. They're bringing hope to great Americans are catastrophically injured Veterans Gold star and fallen first responder families, You know, you hear years talk to some of these great great heroes and these heroines. And have lost loved ones and, you know, tunnel to Towers T to t dot or they step right up. The foundation is giving thanks to all of those who have sacrificed so much for us and to the many people like you across the country who have supported their efforts to honor our nation's heroes. Joint tunnel to towers on its mission to do good. Please donate $11 a month by going to t t t dot org's That's t the number two t dot or t to t dot or Please $11 a month you.

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"kegan" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"kegan" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"It's it's amazing, isn't it? Yes, it's incredible, but the fact is, it's like, listen. It's like Giuliani and Sidney Powell and general said they have the evidence. And, of course, the media is the media. They are what they are. But the fact remains is anybody that has any kind of common sense. Will understand that there's so many things that don't it justice fishing on smell, right? But this is what they can do. Are they going to act? Unfortunately, unfortunately, wretch, you know, we're you know, we're not dealing here with people who need common sense. We're dealing here with judges and at least on the state level. Most of them are craven hacks. You know, and they don't want to. They don't want to do anything. And many of them are Democrat politicians basically like the five out of the seven on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, and then when you get into the into the federal level there, hundreds of judges that were appointed by by Clinton and Obama and the particularly the ones that were appointed by Obama are nothing but leftist ideologues, and they don't care about the common sense Arguments or the or the or the Legal niceties. They're just they're just about the fundamental transformation of America like Is it possible that you could get any of those three liberals on the Supreme Court to ever switch their votes? You know, Briar kegan or or Sotomayor and then throwing John Roberts for good measure than I've ever going to change their votes. They're always gonna do what the what the party tells them to do. Thanks for thanks for the call there, rich. Let Hello Fresh spice up meal time at your home Right now. You could take advantage of limited black Friday savings and see why Hello Fresh is America's number one Meal kid. The one I made last weekend was the the the fire. The firecracker meatballs their rights. It's got a It's got a little bit of a bit of soy sauce in it, and little to give it some added spice. It was a great great product, and it only took about the half hour to make the firecracker meatballs and they got all kinds of different dishes..

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"kegan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"kegan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It wishes when it comes to setting conditions for participating in what is after all its foster program, But he asked the other side. What would happen if a child didn't want to be placed in the same sex couples home? Lor. Cacho replied that where a child is places a different question from certification at the certification stage. The question is whether the applicant is able to provide a suitable home for foster care, he said. At the matching phase where Children are matched with appropriate homes. Other factors may be considered like race, geography and disability. The courts. Three liberals Brian Kegan, both Jewish, and Sotomayor, who's Catholic, expressed consistently different views from the courts. Conservatives. If you can turn down the same sex couple, they asked, Why not an interracial couple? Nina Totenberg. NPR NEWS Washington As we wait for final results from this year's unprecedented elections. Let's pause here to take a deep breath. Mary Louise Okay, deep threats from the belly are one proven way to reduce stress and let's face it. A lot of us are pretty stressed out by this particular election truth and there is data on this pole last month from the American Psychological Association found that 68% of Americans were significantly stressed by the election. Up from 52% 4 years ago. So we wanted to know what you all are doing about it. And my house were combating election stress, mostly by eating all the leftover Halloween candy, but also by taking a lot of long walks, which I pretend or because the baby needs them but are really to keep me from grinding my teeth that's dot Dannenberg of Alexandria, Virginia. A lot of people turn to physical exercise to work out the nervous energy, But we also heard a lot about stress, eating and drinking. For that matter. I'm getting through the stress of the selection by drinking a lot of Manhattan's Um oh. Boy Eyes J lending of Brooklyn, New York, Another popular answer was binge watching TV comedies like Shits Creek That's spelled C H or competition shows like the Great British Bake off. Some people like Johnny Picket of Southern California say they're trying to avoid news and social media altogether. I'm going to be trying, Tio Just do my best to avoid the Internet. Maybe I'll turn off the WiFi. Oh, gosh, I'm already I can't stop thinking about it. Meanwhile, Body Merchant of Beaver Creek, Oregon, told us she was staying busy by delivering firewood to meals on wheels after a little something to lift her mood. I'm going to start the day watching can Isa the baby elephants in South Africa on YouTube? That should burn off a whole lot of stress videos of adorable animals tried and true strategy. But maybe the most impressive redirection of election stress we heard was from Grace Haley of Washington, D. C. We used her pent up energy to teach herself a new musical instrument. I I've been so stressed with the elections and side of pickup instrument for the first time a few weeks ago. So if in playing piano every time politics have stressed me out, she even left us with a little bit of Bach. Johann Sebastian Bach's Prelude number one in C Major, played by listener, Grace Haley. With an assist from the 2020 election season. Latino vote is actually many different voting groups, and they're playing a pivotal role in determining who will occupy the White House, A host of in the thick of podcast about race, politics and culture weighs in on what politicians may have learned about courting Latino voters. That's tomorrow on all things considered. And if you aren't by your radio, you can ask your smart speaker to play NPR or your station by name. This's all things.

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"kegan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"kegan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Many unwanted kids out there in Haiti, that the abject poverty that you're saving two lives. I think that should be celebrated. Whether you're Republican or Democrat. Whether you're liberal or conservative anything. Most people who may have caught a glimpse and didn't care all that much about the KCB hearings. When they did see the sound bite on social media, or they did tune and I think you looked at went. She seems like a normal lady. She doesn't have horns growing out of her head. She doesn't look like the church lady seems like a young, normal woman. Okay, should be the perfect But the outrage, of course, is it and it's intensified because we're so close to election. Got a thing for me, is I look at and go. Okay, She's elections have consequences. She's going to get on the court will see how she rules she could be. She could be everything they said. She's going to be this evil, anti woman woman. Which is kind of funny, right? I'm a woman that I'm a woman who hates women. What Um, but I look at and go. Okay. Well, let's let's see. Let's see how she winds up ruling in this whole thing, And we're going to overturn all these all these progress we made. Well, I think the other thing, too, is is what people who realizes Okay, you know You hold up, Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Is this this feminist icon? Right? But if you disagree with her policies or politics You look at her as evil incarnate as as the left looks, and Amy Comey Barrett is that Well, what's the devil? You say we're setting the country back? Well, some people say no, Actually, it's a better thing that we have this woman in it. Why don't the view's confuses the people who disagree. They don't matter as much as yours. I don't understand it. It's like it's this whole social media mind. You got a social meted age. Crazy people absolutely hate this woman. I don't know if they hate her because she's a trump appointee, or they hate her because of her life story, But it seems to me she's a pretty sound judge. And you know the other thing that gets brought up and she has no Judicial experience whatsoever. Now she's only she's only doing this for like four years, but the door's already open with with Kegan right. When Obama pointed Kegan, she said she never tried a case in front of court ever. Right, And I don't recall the time. The outrage over that. Maybe there wasn't just maybe wasn't paying attention at the time. It's just so predictably sickening. And I know you're like me and going. God. I cannot wait for Tuesday for this nonsense to be over. To which I say careful you wish, Or I say Tuesday is only the beginning. 513749 7800 big ones and impound seven t, Tom and Bethel. What do you think? Should you just want? Let let's see what the what the woman does under her judicial robes. And in her mind when these things come before the high court, or should we just push her off the cliff simply because We don't like her. Oh, my God. Scott Proxy so thick. I'm grounded. And, yeah, I think about you just talk about her adopted in the black tempered But Anjali has probably 20 black Children adopted pot the whole world. Give her a Nobel Peace Prize, right? Because of our political views like that. Why would you adopt what? Why would you adopt to kids from different country if you didn't And I have a really close friend of mine adopted? Ah, girl from China years ago, and it was a girl, right? Did the people go? Well, my God, You know you're just you're just making your taking these kids and making them indentured servants, and it's it's It's a modern version of slavery, and it's just a white establish. I mean, You're thinking way too much over that rather than going. Hey, listen, You know, I'm gonna adopt a couple kids who need a good family..

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"kegan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"kegan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Of the institutional left. Try to make him a monster for that, And now he's just been silenced. You never hear She's probably an apologize. I should never have said that this is what ends up happening. Because the left is a totalitarian mindset. The left doesn't believe in open debate and discussion. As we see from Facebook and Twitter again. They want to control what you could see what you can think what you're allowed to say. I was pleased. That there had to be a bit of a walk back on sexual preference because they thought they had something. Oh, my gosh. Did you see a she be referred to sexual preference? That's terrible, Terrible. So bigoted, so anti LGBT Q. That's what they were saying. With the left was claiming on this And the issue they have, then is all the clips that started circulating of Joe Biden. Of other top Democrats. I'm sure we could find one of Barack Obama saying sexual preference. But there were Democrats senators who when they saw the conversation on Twitter the day off with ease. A CB here is a couple of days ago. All of a sudden we're telling a CB. This was that sexual preference is a term. I believe Maisie crazy. Maisy Hirono said that anti LGBT Q activists use So the far right anti gay fringe Essentially, they're the only people who use the sexual preference. The media tried to back that up for a while, Then they realized Oh, Yeah, pretty much. Everybody in America has referred to sexual preference on tape or on video. So this might be a tough one. So they're going to back away from this for right now doesn't mean they won't come back to it later. They'll back away from it a little bit, because it's too much. Too much of a stretch. They thought they had a useful weapon. But then they realised it was a double edged sword. So not not quite the coup. They were hoping for Joe Biden as as a moderate What evidence is there for this? You know who else said that they weren't going to raise tax some people over on make less than $400,000 Barack Obama. They passed Obama care, which meant that people who were paying for their own health care have their own individual plans were brought into a system where they overwhelmingly were forced to subsidize other people's plans who are getting Obama care subsidies and get crappy or coverage and pay more money for it. So that's just another version of attacks. And then, of course, there was the individual mandate, which with attacks was apparently I don't know. Ask John Roberts. Notice that there's never some left wing justice who is in the John Roberts role of Dramatically disappointing those who believe in his or her judicial philosophy. There was never some time when all of a sudden you know Sotomayor or Kegan are going with the conservative majority on an issue where everybody expected. You know that the left, would you Stay. Together wouldn't break ranks, but Talk more about the judge stuff in a little bit. Oh, but I do want to get to Ah, Biden in court packing because that did come up last night. Let's jump.

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"kegan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"kegan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"C SPAN radio shortly after nine this morning, we brought you live coverage of the Senate Judiciary Committee conducting a confirmation hearing Day three for Judge Amy Cockney Barrett, nominated to the U. S Supreme Court Judiciary Committee's chaired by Senator Graham of South Carolina. Thank you. Welcome to all my colleagues was a long day, but I thought a productive day. We have 20 minute rounds and hopefully we'll be done in time before dinner tonight, and we'll plow ahead and have a few breaks along the way. So couple observations from yesterday. There's a opportunity here to explore. The nominees thinking to the extent she can share their thoughts without deciding a tickler case that comes before her senator. Hands. Respect suggested You were not candid. And Judge Baird. I couldn't disagree more. I think I've been here for a few of these voted for every nominee has come before the committee. I think you have one thing in common. All of you. You're highly qualified, Capable people solve it. And just a soda, Myron. Justice Kegan submitted by President Obama definitely did not share their legal philosophy expected them to be fairly solid votes for the liberal side of the court and generally speaking to have been, but they've done so honorably. I think they have kept their commitment..

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"kegan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"kegan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Thiss is Bloomberg Law with Joon Grasso from Bloomberg Radio for 483, majority concurring and descending opinions will steer the court for decades. They are written with the unaffected grace of precision voice in court and in our conference room with soft When she spoke, people listened for the first time in 27 years, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg voice will not be heard at the Supreme Court. The court's liberal wing was outmatched before her death, and it's going to get worse. How much worse that's upends the courts for liberals had managed to eke out some wins in controversial cases. When a conservative justice, usually the chief justice, crossed over to build a majority in 5 to 4 cases. Now they'll have to win over to conservatives. My guest is Andrew Crispo, a professor at Harvard Law School. He clerked for both justices Stephen Breyer and Elena Kagan. There was only one case in the past term involving a hot button social issue in which to conservative justices Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Neil Gorsuch. Sided with the liberal justices in a landmark victory for gay rights. So what does a new solid conservative majority mean for the prospect of liberal victories in the future? So I think it is the essential question and the short answer is we don't know that I could go. I think in sort of one of two ways. The assumption based on some of what she threw in and on her profile is that a new cornea about will join Justice Thomas and Alito informing what it's the sort of far right grouping on the current Supreme Court, the most conservative justices. And obviously the liberal wing of the quarter, which used to be four justices will now be composed of just three Steven Brier, Elena Kagan and Sunny in America. The open question is what happened with the other two or three justices on the court Chief Justice Roberts this wreck half nine Justice Neil Gorsuch. Look, it's important to realize that those three justices are also strongly conservative justices. This is now going to be a thick three conservative court in terms of the ways in which the justice is thinking about the essential question of legal interpretation of constitutional law. You have just heard that you share a common conservative apart who have had the career trajectory than the potential velocity is the mark of them all part of a clearly identifiable The tradition of jurisprudence. The thing that might subdivide that group of thick is how much they view themselves as institutional vs conservative person for MO. In other words, how much is their primary? Anything to try to protect the Supreme Court as an institution to try to steer it away from the bumpy is most turbulent sort of culture war an ideological battle. That the court can try to maintain at least the image and potentially the reality of being above the fray or how much is their primary goal to actually win those cultural battles and you know full steam ahead into them. So where do you see the conservatives falling on that spectrum? I think that justice the comments, and Alito are more like in that latter camp more likely to prioritize winning the battle. I think that we've seen Chief Justice Roberts, at least for the time being in that institutional position, and that's how we've seen from 54 ruling. The liberal have won because the chief is sometimes sided with them. The key thing now is the chief alone won't be able to do that. But the question is will there emerged a kind of institutionalist? Middle block, perhaps with Justice Cavanaugh joining the chief justice to join with the remaining three liberal in ruling that try to just turn down the temperature that tried to steer toward calmer waters. That's the big question. If that happens, and you could potentially be the emergence of continued 54 ruling, where the far conservative wings to lose it If that doesn't happen, then I think you'll see a really growing an emerging chasm between the six and the three. Justice Cavanaugh on Ly sided with the Liberals in a 5 to 4 decision once this past term, and that involved antitrust. So why would he be that second vote that the liberals need besides the chief? Well, the dynamics have changed right before you didn't need his vote to allow the court to protect its institutional reputation because the chief was carrying that all on his shoulder. The chief alone could sometimes vote with the four liberal justices and allow the court to not be sort of taking sharply and aggressively all in one direction on some of the most popular in issues another justice cabinet without the hook before his boat wasn't necessary for the court to be able to chart that type of path that tried to occasionally We're clear some of the most divisive named most aggressively, conservatively. Now, that won't be the case. But the question is, is just a cabin are now being felt as being an oxy on the question of Do we go the route of going hard to the right or trying to turn down the temperature and dear clear of some of the most of this tissue? Now the attention turns to him. This assumes that all three of the liberals stick together and they haven't always There were cases this past term, where Justices Breyer and Kegan side with the conservatives. So how tight is this new liberal group? Whenever there's a new instance in which the court is potentially saying it hand and not going for the most far right interpretation on the table, you can count on the three Justices Briar Tegan and the mayor. I want to rid, if any part of hard shift to the right. But what do we expect to happen when we continue to see the occasional ruling where doctors his prior injustices Kegan goat in with that one might not expect Everyone was just sort of predicting a sort of liberal conservative but know when Justice Ginsburg with on the court before, liberal justices sometimes had two different approaches within their group. There was stuff that Lindbergh and Justice Sotomayor, who would often articulate the strong form version of a liberal position. And then you sometimes saw Justices Breyer and Kegan together trying to create a climate on the court where the chief jump did. He had a sort of hospitable, welcoming environment in which he could take that division to sort of protect the institution and try to find an approach that would turn down the temperature and they were trying to meet him and trying to help him do that. If we see an institutionalist middle block emerge with Chief Justice Roberts and potentially adoptive Cavanaugh, But it would not surprise me to see Justice. Breyer and Kegan continue trying to do their part, and also create a institutional middle of the court. But if instead Dr Cavanaugh does not show up for that, where the chief justice survived that He can have more influence over the court, actually voting with the sick all the time finding those opinions. Then Justices Breyer and Kegan won't have anyone willing to join them in that effort of trying Tio steer the course towards left contentious ground, and I don't know that they would keep showing up for that. They keep trying to be there and meet some of their colleagues. In that middle spot. If they're constantly showing up in there alone, then I'm not sure that there's much reason for them to continue doing that, and you make the more permanent and entrenched and kind of almost separated wings of the court. Where really is the three liberal justices very much together, holding up as the firm defending wing of the court? That's Professor Andrew Crispo of Harvard Law School. Coming up next. A look at the new term..

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The relationship between Justice Scalia and RBG

Fox News Rundown

10:42 min | 2 years ago

The relationship between Justice Scalia and RBG

"Lies in state in the Capitol today, the first woman ever given that honor in the first Supreme Court justice since William Howard Taft and he'd also been the president. Justice. Ginsburg's casket was at the court for two days for people to pay their respects, including President Trump, and the first lady booed when they got there. The president has had nice things to say about Justice Ginsburg since her death, you may agree. You may not disagree with her, but he was an inspiration to a tremendous number of people. I say all Americans, and now, he says, it's his job to fill that seat on the court. I think it's very important that we have nine justices. And I think the system is going to go very quickly. The president plans to announce his nominee tomorrow. Joe Biden, and a lot of other Democrats say he should fill that seat if he wins the election in light of Republicans blocking President Obama from filling a seat in an election year, the seat President Obama would have filled incident. Scalia's went to Neil Gorsuch instead of Merrick Garland. For all the fighting. There's been over Justices Scalia and Ginsburg in life. They were very good friends. People always find it surprising that they were such good friends, Christopher Scully's the Eighth of Incident. Scalia's nine Children. There's a new collection published of his father's writing called The Essential Scalia. 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 they had a good working relationship that which really started back then they would help each other revised their drafts and their opinions. Apparently, the other judges on that court really didn't like getting advice about their writing and how to improve the clarity of what they're writing in 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 And they had other things in common. They were they had similar backgrounds and 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 eating good food. Both of their thousands 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 year is well. So you know, despite all their differences, and all the many things they disagreed about, including a number of opinions in this collection. They had a wonderful friendship were able to kind of focus on the things they had in common. Your dad in Justice Ginsburg, I don't know the statistics on how often they concurred or dissented on cases. But I imagine that they disagreed. Maybe as much as any two Recent justices have my right. Yeah, I think that 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 one of her most important, 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 essentials, Scalia and it was hey actually gave her the draft of that descent a little bit earlier than one usually does just so that she would have more time to kind of Deal with it and grapple grapple with his arguments. And and, yeah, some of his most staying the sense we're in response to opinions. She didn't necessarily right but but joined, And I think that's probably true. Vice versa. Tell us very about the big bouquet of roses she got from him. My dad would get her roses for her birthday and I guess the Ah, 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 on Justice Ginsburg's birthday. And he saw that my dad had two dozen roses for Justice Ginsburg and Judge Sutton started teasing Dad saying, You know, I haven't even gotten my wife two dozen roses over the course of our entire marriage. Why would you do this? And besides, When was the last time she cited with you on a really important 54 decision? You know, he's poking fun, You know, not not really being serious, but My dad gave a serious answer, which was some things are more important than votes. As I think I just kind of a great encapsulation of their of their relationship of their friendship they had they had Very different opinions of politics and of their jobs as a zoo judges and of what laws, men and with the Constitution, man. 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 collection of Supreme Court. Justice Antonin Scalia 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. This is really just a collection of his greatest Legal writings, opinions, speeches, essays and they collected together give a really good sense of white. Exactly. He was such a significant Supreme Court justice on it. They're having in one collection really makes it tangible for anybody understand that we'll just as a legal reference work. You've got to think it's going to end up being bought by or four A lot of lawyers and judges know absolutely in 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 to keep going to those opinions. Even you know, even after His passing is also besides the legal community. It's also like you said. It's very readable, even for non lawyers for just a general interest audience who might, but he was just simply a very, very good writer. Yeah, it's exactly right. He hey, wrote. For? I guess we would now call it out of transparency. You know, Even when he was writing Supreme court opinions, he understood that they should be understood themselves by everyday citizens, not just legal eagles and people with legal degrees. He kind of a recurring theme of his opinions. Is that people should know what the court courts are doing and people that the court should not usurp power that properly belongs to the people. And I think that kind of reverence for the Democratic order is is kind of manifest in his in the clarity of his writing a lot of times 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 a line with how he ruled, But sometimes it probably wouldn't have right. Yeah, I think that's true. And that's especially true in one example is when he sided with the majority in a flag burning case. The majority ruled that, um, it was constitutional sorry from 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 Three idea of flag burning. If he were a king, he would ban it. But 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. 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 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, Tio identify Marilou 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 actually sorry, 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 the talker during oral arguments. He has 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. Do you think he went into most cases with his mind made up based on the briefs, and the president is a bad thing, but not usually the case. I think that the justices, you know, I can't say for certain, but my hunch is that they often have to go in with a pretty good idea, but I think for the most part, they do ask questions, not just 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 There was some study years ago that that found he was. He was the funniest justice by the standards of he drew the most laughter from the courtroom during oral arguments, which obviously isn't the most important thing to do, but just shows how much he he enjoyed that process that love for debate. Did it? Was it a two way street was? Was he persuadable? Absolutely. That's something justice Kagan mentions in her forward. She doesn't say when she ever changed his mind, but says They change each other's minds at times. Well, Christopher Scalia, It was great to talk, Teo, The book is called The Essential Scalia on the Constitution, the courts and the rule of law. Chris Scalia. Really good to talk to you. Thanks so much, Thanks so much appreciate your time.

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WIBC 93.1FM

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"kegan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Me. You've got nothing to apologize for. When you see so tomorrow, Kegan, telling that Lindsey said all because I voted for them, I would never do to them What you've done to this guy. This is the most unethical. Sham since I've been in politics, and if you really wanted to know the truth, you sure as hell wouldn't have done what you've done to this guy. Lindsey Graham changed in that moment in ways that we are only just beginning to understand. Lindsey Graham at that moment, said Oh, it is a war. Okay? Let's go to war. Oh, it is a fight. Okay, let's fight. Oh, it is a battle where blood will be drawn. Hartigan. Let's Let's go to it. Even Mitt Romney. I think some people saying even Mitt Romney today, saying he's ready to vote. On on the president's nominee. Of course he is. Because Mitt Romney is never trump. He is not never constitution and the Constitution is rightfully clear. And if the president wants to go on this fight, he's okay with that, because it's a constitutional fight and one where Romney will feel very, very secure in engaging his his his base and having his footing. Lindsey Graham has said is you told me it was a war. I'm going to fight it like a war. And that's why you're going to see a nominee and that's why you're going to see a confirmation and that's why the political left is going to go flat out out of their minds. Out of their minds, and they're already trying it like Senator Schumer, the kind of country we live in this election, and this vacancy mean everything. And by all rights. By every modicum of decency and honor leader McConnell and the Republican Senate majority have no right to fill it. No, right. In the final few weeks. Sensing her failing health. Justice Ginsburg told her family that it was her quote, most fervent wish. That she not be replaced until the new president is installed. They have no right. Dying wishes. This is how you're playing on America. Will. America's not buying Jeffrey Toobin over CNN? He knows the problem. Hey, if he has to give if he and the other Democrats have the guts to do anything if they retake control of the Senate, will they really add to seize? Why.

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Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"kegan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"W x TV HD to Clearwater. I'm Reid Shepherd. Our top story of two o'clock. The legal battle over the reopening of schools in Florida continues. Leon County Judge Charles Dodson has lifted the stay on his ruling against the state's order. The brick and mortar schools must re open. That move is likely to trigger yet another appeal by the state. Tampa Man's expected to walk out of prison a free man at some point today cleared of a 1983 murder and rape. Robert Dubois was convicted for killing Barbara Graham's, but new DNA evidence shows he didn't do it. Innocence. Project Attorney Susan Friedman says this case should be seen as a model of how such investigations are supposed to work. I hope that this is something that other convictions reviewed its can look at on DH used as a model for themselves as they move forward and figure out how true collaboration can be accomplished. Meantime, Hillsboro State Attorney Andrew Warren tells news radio Wofl A's AM Tampa Bay. This case has been tragic on all sides. It's terrible. Tragic and painful for not just the individual who was wrongly convicted. But for the family of the victim who has been sold, you know a false story and given false closure for all this time hearing the overturned itwas conviction is scheduled for September. 14th TAP a judge has extended a restraining order against the man accused of stalking of W W e wrestler and breaking into her home. Lt's Burrow County Judge Jessica Costello telling 24 year old Phillip Thomas that even if he gets bail, he's under orders to stay away from the pro wrestler known as Sonya de Ville. 28 year old Sarasota County Man is facing 240 charges of possessing child pornography, Deputies say Kegan Wilson of Venice was arrested following a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Detectives recovered images and videos from Wilson's computer. I'm Reid Shepherd News, radio Dead fella. You press the up button and the elevator doors open..

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WGN Radio

07:28 min | 2 years ago

"kegan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Welcome. Pack this for Kogan talking Tio Cynthia, otherwise known to her friends. And to me now is Cindy BP books boots in the ashes. It's her story of lengthy career. As a special agent for the F called back on Firearms, and it is also a very personal story. That's one of the things I greatly appreciate it because you're not loath to share Your feelings. And I think one of tells you something about you, Cindy. When you're stationed with the in ST Paul Twin cities, and you're having a Decent time there. You have a lot of friends there. All of a sudden your mom gets very sick and you right here. The best thing until I adopted by sun years later, and we'll talk about Sam the best thing I ever did. Was help my mom die, knowing she was dearly loved that says a great deal about you as a human being. How tough were you naturally? Kind of tough. This just seems like the kind of job to me where one has to be on guard and have a lot of defenses up almost all the time. Is that true? Well, when you're investigating Guys. It's not. Yeah, you do have to have your guard up. But you also in order to make the case You have to be fairly aggressive. So in the sense that you have to Conduct the interview. You have to find the witness. So you you know, the best defense is a good offense, but I was I always try to be polite and respectful. When I was dealing with guys, Even when I knew that they were murderers. I knew that they would give me more information and be more likely to cooperate with me. If I treated them decently because a lot of these guys weren't often treated decently from childhood on. I think many of them, Yeah. Were you? You have a sense and peppers through the book that you never in all these harsh encounters and bad people who came into your life you never really You never lost any kind of Of your innate humanity. That isn't that's a terribly admirable quality. When read something else. You also wanted up his and F agent being on details for Ah, For a lot of candidates and presidents and you write here are worked on details for a Democratic and Republican candidates and presidents. There were Secret Service agent who strongly disliked the president's they were protecting. I heard both funny and less than funny stories about the White House and the people in it. Some tales going back decades, But in here you get to the point, Cyndi But agents always said That they quote protect the position. Not the person and you never saw otherwise of that's that's says a lot about the people in those positions, Could you for a second you you want you and the twin cities and you want up coming back. You always wanted to stay in Chicago, and you eventually wound up coming back. But that That return for you is kind of bitter. You say it was bittersweet because you've made a lot of friends up twin cities, didn't you? Yes, I did. I had front up there who were siblings of, you know friends from mine down in Chicago there almost three years. Minneapolis ST Paul is a beautiful city and I've fallen in love with it unexpectedly, and I had a very good supervisor at work and I was doing very well and I think long term I could have been happy up there. What? I was fighting detector Chicago after my mom died, and after quite a bit of steps, that finding was able to come home and I'm glad I did come home. I'm sure Sam is to one of the things you come back. And you you Ah. Let's say you come back and you're doing various things. And one of the great things about this book is your ability to focus on specific cases. It's not a list of on an idea of this case. And then I did desiccation tonight Discuss. U U U Pick out some amazing ones. For instance, one starts I spend on Leah dare to in Rockford, but it was a long enough for me to get the feel for the hell's henchman. And to learn what was happening in the biker world. That was not a pretty scene, was it? No, not at all. And I was lucky that I was able to see that bombing and Rockford before I was assigned to the Kagan case. Exactly because that gave me I mean, obviously, we learned about bikers and at the academy. I heard agents talking about him. I'm you know, I backed up and arrest year in there, that kind of thing, But I spent a couple of days you know, working more in depth and meeting them with this enormous bomb that was hidden inside of a fire English right Angels club in Rockford, but that I was very lucky that I had that. Exposure to the Hells Angels before the Kagan case. Well, no question because the other things is knowing above them, and hearing about them is vastly different. Than meeting them, isn't it? I go back to this. This picture of Ron Petkus, literally the scariest looking person I've ever seen. I've seen some scary looking people. The bikers? Yeah, they're into all sorts of things like I had some run ins with him dealing with, you know, and they were doing some nasty things and lions, Illinois, the bombing chapter 13, which begins the bombing of Margaret Kegan, This is the big Case off the book, Could you? Ah, I'll detail and in print, But could you detail it for the listeners? This is a horrible would very Contrived and you know, it's takes place in Highland Park. Yes, it happened on August 13th 1993. Man. Richard Kegan was a very successful Chicago criminal defense attorney who had been a former assistant state's attorney, and he and his wife, Margaret, We're going through a divorce. He wanted to marry his much younger girlfriend. Who he met and had an affair with that? Well, they were sort of sort of like colleagues, weren't they? Yeah, he worked at the Cook County on they had met professionally, You know, years before, and Margaret and Richard's divorced, drag down for a few years and Richard decided that he wanted to kill Margaret, as opposed to go through with the divorce. Yeah. And he had Richard was a successful defense attorney, and he had defended quite a few different bikers, outlaw motorcycle, bikers and stuff. And he called the baddest album, which is Ron Petkus Fellows, been referring to brought him into his office. Arden. The fellow is going to haunt my dreams. Yeah, thank you. And he brought on Pakistan. And he said, Hey, I want you to work my wife and he said, how much would you charge me and pickets at 10,000? Richard said Okay..

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"kegan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"kegan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"That's how long students now have to quarantine and Loomis Hall perhaps the hardest assignment they'll get all year. Many dorm rooms are only 8 FT. Wide feet long. Students are currently only allowed to leave this small space to use the restroom. Pretty crap quarters. 14 days. All of our Kendall and his roommate, Andrew are making the best of it. This's the whole dorm. Attending freshman orientation online. We got three fans in here because it there's no air conditioning, but they realize they still have more than 240 hours to go. People are doing Ah, They're seeking on the fastest mile in their dorm on mapping it just there running all the wall like 600 times, one floor up. Here's my bed Here. Look, Blackman and Ben Davenport or watching a lot of TV, playing a lot of video games that college is sending along some, like some paint by numbers and some watercolors and puzzles, the college hopes to eventually allow students outdoors and small groups to get some fresh air. But right now that's off limits. Fox 30 one's Kegan Harsha, We've already had 56 days of 90 degree heat this summer, and there's at least another week of night is on the way. It's going to get close to triple digits today. That's a degree shy of a record. And is there any chance for some moisture? Fox 31 chief meteorologist Dave Fraser doesn't think so. And the only chance for rain we have this week is on Wednesday and Thursday every other day through the weekend is only a 10% chance Wednesday brings a 30% chance, followed by Thursday at a 20% chance. Still not sky high. Not everybody sees the rain and where the rain will fall. It certainly won't help with the dry conditions out there. The summer of 2012 set the record for 90 degree in above heat. We had 73 days that summer, and when you think about the date right now, it is only August 18th. We've got some more. He's got Mom and finally, multiple senior execs of the Ellen Degenerate Show are without a job after Warner Brothers launched an investigation into the work environment. Variety reports. The staff was told about the firing of executive producers at Glavin and Kevin Lehman and co executive producer Jonathan Norman Monday via video call Ellen did generous is said to have become emotional while speaking of the investigation into her show Warner Brothers launched in investigation last month after numerous employees complained of sexual misconduct and racial insensitivity, among other problems. Brian shook NBC News radio. And if Ellen has kicked off her own show, three names that keep being looked at as a replacement for her actress Kristen Bell, who would be wonderful James Cordon, of course, from late Night fame, and Drew Barrymore because she's so plugged into the celebs community. Yeah, I'd love Drew Barrymore. You know, I just read That of the deejay on the show is the executive producer replaced those two guys. That's gotta be a joke. No, that's that's that's like this is the reality twitch or whatever His name is. Yeah, he got the short straw, I guess. Yeah, Nobody wanted nobody 807 done right. Home Improvements brings us that look. ATT news. You're up to date as we head back outside and check on your commute with John Morrison. But one of our drives. It's always slow is slower this morning, westbound I 76 through Commerce City. Always a heavy drive from 88. You've gotta crash right there. At the Commerce City exit at.

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"kegan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"kegan" Discussed on WTOP

"Hurricane Isa? Yes, I'm Nick in l e w T o p News time. Four o'clock CBS News on the hour sponsored by the Capital one card. I'm Allison Keys in Washington as Florida prepares for the arrival of Hurricane PCs, and a few hours It's also having to deal with residents suffering from the Corona virus. CBS's Manuel Bohorquez reports so Miami Dade County Hurricane Shelters are on stand by with the potential to provide separate quarters for those who are currently infected. Governor Rhonda Santa said the state has a supply of personal protective gear at the ready as well as generators for nursing homes at risk of losing power. Right now on hand, they have 20 million mass 22 million gloves. 10 million gowns, 1.6 million Face shields 270,000 cover alls in 20,000 thermometers. There's been another case of violence over mask amid the cove it 19 pandemic this time in New Jersey. WCBS TV is Jessica Layton reports. Still recovering from a recent liver transplant. Margo Kegan didn't think she'd be back in the hospital needing another surgery so soon. Then again, who would imagine they'd get assaulted and suffer a broken tibia simply for asking a fellow shopper to cover their face inside a store as the sign outside, says masks are required to enter this Hackensack stables. And I said, You really should put on your mask. She proceeded to curse at me. Surveillance video shows. The irate suspect charged the immune compromise mother and picked up her cane before forcefully throwing her to the floor. There is no agreement in the nation's capital over a new covert 19 relief bill talks into this afternoon with no solution, But President Trump's chief of staff, Mark Meadows says It's time to make a deal, and if we're gonna be able to succeed in this it's taking what started is probably the first Day of.

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"kegan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"kegan" Discussed on WTOP

"Joined W T O peace Dimitry Sotus earlier with more on the decision about so called faithless electors or rogue electors, as our people who are elected to represent the state in the Electoral College. They're the ones who Actually get the vote for the president, and in some cases, they had a change of heart or decided not to support the candidate that won the statewide vote in their states. The Supreme Court said that states have a right to insist that the electors support the statewide winner and that they can punish or even replace those electors who don't vote for that candidate. The opinion had a couple of pop culture references, one from the musical Hamilton and then veep on HBO. I don't know that you can client the minds of the justices, but was this an effort to make it more relatable to people who don't study law? Or was it just a little flourish? Well, Justice Kegan says that she likes to make her opinions be something that a lay reader could read and understand, and she laid out a pretty breezy and readable Opinion that went back to you know the framers and what they expected the Electoral college to be and sort of worked its way up to the present Now back to a straight law. Shall we say, why the unanimity? Well, I think that this is one. You know, at oral argument, Justice Cabin on sort of said, Well, you know, people have been doing it this way. We've expected this for you know hundreds of years that electors Would represent the people who actually voted for president and you know, if there's some question, then why should we throw chaos into the system? And so I think that that sort of carried the day also, this is one of those sort of rare political cases at the Supreme Court that doesn't seem to favour one side or the other either. Democrats. For Republicans. In fact, both Blue states and red states had come together to ask the Supreme Court to please settle this issue before the follow elections. Finally, Robert when we get that ruling on the president's tax returns I don't know has not said when it's next opinion day is going to be, and so you know, we are all waiting around just like everyone else. And the president That's Washington Post Supreme Court reporter Robert Barnes. The host committee for the Republican National Convention, says Corona virus testing will be conducted at the event site next month in Jacksonville, Florida All attendees will be tested and temperature checked every day. There are no details yet on the logistics or how the cost of that testing will be covered. The decision to move the event from Charlotte to Jacksonville came after President Trump Tweeted on Memorial Day that he wanted the convention in a city that would allow him to speak in a filled arena. The Republican National Committee, also indicating that it did not want to require masks for Trump's speech. W Trump. W T o P NEWS time. 9 15.

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WTOP

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"kegan" Discussed on WTOP

"W t o p new. We have asked for comment from County executive Marquel Rich will pass it along. When we get it 5 11 Campaign 2020 ON W. T O P. While many things about the upcoming presidential election remain uncertain, there's a little more stability in one aspect the electoral college that comes after a unanimous ruling by the U. S Supreme Court today, which says the state may require presidential electors to support the winner of the popular vote. Joining US live. Robert Barnes, who covers the Supreme Court for the Washington Post. Robert Welcome back. Can you explain Today's ruling? Hi. Thank you. Yes, This is about so called faithless electors or rogue electors. As our people who are elected to represent the state in the Electoral college. They're the ones who actually get the vote for the president. And in some cases, they've had a change of heart or decided not to support the candidate that won the statewide vote in their states. The Supreme Court said that states have a right to insist that the electors support the statewide winner and that they can punish or even replace those electors who don't vote for that candidate. The opinion had a couple of pop culture references, one from the musical Hamilton and then veep on HBO. I don't know that you can climb into the minds of the justices. But was this an effort to make it more relatable to people who don't study law? Or was it just a little flourish? Well, Justice Kegan says that she likes to make her opinions. Ah, be something that a lay reader could read and understand, and she laid out Ah, pretty breezy and readable. Opinion that went back to you know the framers and what they expected the Electoral college to be and sort of worked its way up to the present Now back to a straight law. Shall we say, why the unanimity? Well, I think that this is one. You know, at oral argument, Justice Cabin on sort of said, Well, you know, people have been doing it this way. We've expected this for you know hundreds of years that electors would represent the people who actually voted for President. And you know, if there's some question, then why should we throw chaos into the system? And so I think that that sort of carried the day also, this is one of those sort of rare political cases at the Supreme Court that doesn't seem to favour one side or the other either Democrats or Republicans. In fact, both Blue states and red states had come together. To ask the Supreme Court to please settle this issue before the fall election. Finally, Robert when we get that ruling on the president's tax returns I don't know has not said when it's next opinion day is going to be, and so you know, we are all waiting around just like everyone else. And the president, you know, we'll be checking in with you again. Thank you so much Good to hear from you. My pleasure. Thank you. That's Robert Barnes with The Washington Post, telling us about today's Supreme Court ruling involving the Electoral College, Montgomery County's chief administrative officer, Andrew Klein, has been ordered to pay $5000 for violating county ethics law. He'll pay the find of the county Bethesda beat reports. The county's ethics commission says the case centers on business relationships that Klein maintained that there were conflicts of interest. You hear about Wall Street's closed today from Jeff Dial rallied 460 points that has that closed at a record money news in 10 minutes on W GOP sports at 15 and 45 powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white thing. 5 15.

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KQED Radio

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"kegan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Welcome back to Latino Yusa. I'm Maria Hinojosa, and we're going to continue our conversation. Now with Latino use a producer Alejandro's that Assad, who's breaking down the dock a case and she's going to tell us about what comes next after the Supreme Court decision. With the existing DACA program in the clear right now, it still is possible that Dr recipients seemed to be just, you know, a court decision an executive order Away from having everything put at risk potentially again, and I'm wondering whether or not this conversation about these risks these possible deportations. Was this brought up all before the Supreme Court. Yeah, I was really wondering that, Teo. So is page Austin, the legal expert. We spoke too. So I'm sure you saw. But in December, there were reports that ice, immigration and Customs enforcement was actually reopening deportation cases against DACA recipients. It didn't seem like they plan to stop. Either it looked like they were preparing to take action if this decision went their way. Since the argument in November, the Trump administration has made clear through A number of different statements that they are Looking to deport DACA holders. Chief Justice Roberts Majority opinion rejected that premise completely. Justice. Sotomayor, however, wrote a concurrent opinion, saying that the attorneys for Dhaka should have been able to try to make that argument. That there could be a legal case to be made that the motivation behind ending Darko was discriminatory along with being unjustified, right, so justices on the Supreme Court disagree with each other. But there has been a particular kind of attention to what's happening with this court. You have two Supreme Court justices appointed by Donald Trump. And so ideologically, there's just a lot of shifting that's going on. So how did that play into the legal strategy here? Well, now the decision is out. We do have the benefit of hindsight to take a look at the strategy. Chief Justice Roberts, like I mentioned, wrote the majority opinion. He was joined by Kegan Ginsburg, Breyer and Sotomayor trumps two appointees. Gorsuch and Cavanaugh. Both dissented, along with Thomas and Alito. Now It's really interesting to consider this, I think, because here's something else that Paige said. That really stood out to me. The Trump Administration wanted to push the case up to the Supreme Court, bypassing the appellate courts, Sometimes in the hopes of leveraging that conservative majority and getting the result he wanted it was in keeping With what we've seen in the last few years, which is essentially the government being allowed to hopscotch over the courts of appeals and go straight to the Supreme Court. We knew that. At that point, the fate of the DACA program rested with thes nine individuals in Washington..

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