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"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"You. Then imagine doctors not being able to help you because there is no cure and to top it all off imagine. If health officials knew this super disease was spreading. But didn't tell anyone because they don't have to. It's a nightmare that is real. And it's happening right now across the country. We will go in depth also on the show for some parents and one Hollywood celeb-, the college admissions scandal just got a lot worse. We'll explain also who is Stephen Miller seems to have the year the president's when it comes to strikes immigration policies. Multiple reports even blame him for all the recent shake-ups in turmoil at homeland security is. Is he the shadow secretary and how much influence does he really have over the president and LA mayor Eric Garcetti returns to the KNX in-depth studio alive. Sit down interview he will join us at the bottom of the hour. But we begin with the mysterious superbug that has been spreading through some hospitals around this country. Now, you might not have heard of it because the ficials are not required to tell you. But why not with us now is Dr Kevin Kavanagh who runs the patient advocacy group health, watch USA, doctor first of all what exactly is this bug that we're talking about. And why is it proving to be so dangerous? Well, it's a form of yeast called ten Dida or used as a common infection, we use yeast to cook bread. But in this form when it's gains this type of resistance, it becomes extremely hard to treat, and it appears to be targeting more of the patients who are immunosuppressed in who are elderly just like a typical yeast infection. Unfortunately, we do not know fully what it is. And how it spreads because there have not been a lot of infections, of course, in some respects, thankfully, that's the case. But if we are not vigilant this could indeed spread and become a huge problem for patients. So yeah, any spread of this is bad. And it has been spreading popping up around the world butts, as we say hospitals don't have to tell you if they've found it. Why is that? Well, basically because they don't have to they're not required. And I think it is very short-sighted. They're more worried in my opinion about reputation in the short term effects rather than building long-term trust. These types of infections are becoming more and more common. The nightmare. Bacteria CRE has popped up. Now this organism, and I think we'll see more in the future and patients are going to start to get we're going to start to become afraid to go to healthcare facilities, unless they have trust in the silicon to tell them when these inspections and outbreaks are occurring do hospitals that have this infection, and I presume its many, and do, you know, for example, if any in California. Right now, I do not believe there are any in California that have you know, that this infection has been reported in. Okay. But when hospital does have this infection. Okay. So they don't tell the public. They don't tell perhaps the news media. Are they required to tell the government? Well, that would be depending upon the state. There is not a federal reporting requirements to this disinfection or for CR e which is a nightmare bacteria. However, some states will have requirements that they are reported, and that's one of the problems the CDC, for example, is hamster they cannot go into a hospital unless they're invited. The same is true in the agricultural side of things at the suit supply gets contaminated. They cannot go into the farm to try to decide what's happened in which farms are spreading the bacteria. So we have a real problem with federal oversight and assurance of safety in the United States. So this is hard to treat because it's resistance to the drugs. The antibiotics for years and years and years, we've heard the warnings about overuse of antibiotics, and you know, bacterial infections and everything like that. But is the fungus the fun guy is that new and they're more of those now. Now in a similar vein to this. Well, I think it's quite similar. I mean, we've seen problems with treating viruses problems, treating bacteria and problems with treating fungi all are becoming resistant to drugs therapy, the viruses. However, we do the best vaccines. Unfortunately, the vaccines some segments of the population are resistant to getting them, and we're seeing Nevil outbreaks now. So certainly we need to be very cautious. We need to use good hygiene. And we're going to have to find new ways of fighting these organisms of the Sungai may becoming about because of using anti fungal agents on crops, we really don't know yet and more research needs to be happening. But these organisms are topping up, more and more. But isn't producing that. The best reason Dr four the need to have greater transparency, right because of hospitals don't have to tell patients or the news media. And if they don't perhaps after depending on the stages reported out reported even to government agencies, then there isn't going to be this drumbeat to find cures. Because nobody knows that. There needs to be. Oh, definitely. And you're not gonna be able to outline where this organisms is popping up to good epidemiologic studies. Do good comparisons on what works what vents these infections, and how the organism is being transmitted one of the steering. Things is is that almost simultaneously this infection popped up in four different regions of the world. And these buds are not related to the same organism. But they're different prodigies of different types of families of these organisms. They have a different genomic sequence even though they're still candied orange. And so something happened to the environment that has made this organism start to arise. And so it's very scary. And we need to get more research Dr Kevin Kavanagh runs. The patient's advocacy group health watch USA, there's a big article in one of the paragraphs was about a hospital that did come across it. Facing died. And then they, you know, take body away take the seats away. No, it's on the floor. It's on the ceiling. It's on the walls to rip out the tiles because they couldn't kill it. And the the thing is Dr pointed out is that most people will never know about it because there's no requirement to report it, Stephen Miller. Now that is a name that has been coming up lately when you read about President Trump, and what is happening with the homeland security department. But who is Stephen Miller and how much power does he really have when KNX indepth continue..

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"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Well, it's already sick. And nearly six hundred people at hospitals across the United States. It's a drug resistant superbug fungus. And there's a lot of concern. It could be spreading. It's called Candida Ariss, it preys on people with weakened immune systems, and it can be deadly these type of infections are becoming more and more common. Dr Kevin Kavanagh is chairman of health watch USA, a patient advocacy group nightmare bacteria CRA has popped up. Now this organism. And I think we'll see more in the future and patients are going to start to become afraid to go to healthcare facilities unless they have trust in silicon to tell them when these infections outbreaks are occurring. Dr Cavanaugh says hospitals do not have to let patients for the federal government. No if they have an outbreak. According to the CDC most cases of Candida always have been reported in New York City, New Jersey. And the Chicago area so far there have been no reported cases in California. Chris Edens, KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. New York City is ordering mandatory measles vaccinations in Brooklyn's, Williamsburg, neighborhood, reporter Jedi. Angela says the orthodox Jewish community. There is the epicenter of the operate. Message today for all New Yorkers is to take measles seriously. Mayor de Blasio declaring a public health emergency with measles cases, growing at an alarming rate and Passover around the corner. A major concern for the city is people congregating will cause the dangerous disease to spark even more department health will issue violations and fines to people who remain unvaccinated. The city can't legally physically for someone to get a vaccination. But officials said people who ignore the order could be fined a thousand dollars coming up our here on Kanak attorney general William Bartels lawmakers or adapted version of the report will be next week right now, your traffic.

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"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Standard of when a police officer can use deadly force is moving forward in the state legislature right now, the standard is reasonable use of force what a reasonable officer would do in a situation. Peter babe ring of California with supports the Bill explains. The change to KNX says police can use deadly force only when. Necessary to defend themselves or others against an imminent threat of deadly force. They may sound like a small change. But it would have major implications as Peter Saigo. Protect California tells KNX. Very confusing when you peel back the layers, basically what the other side is looking at warning to do they believe that the best way to reduce these instances is to prosecute more costs. Okay. So let's say that happened. And let's just say a couple of police officers went to jail that's not going to address the systemic issues that lead to incident Saigo says it would cost to second guess, not just shooting whether or not even chasing armed suspect. Rob Archer KNX ten seventy NewsRadio measles, New York City, declaring a public health emergency. We cannot allow this dangerous disease to make a comeback here in New York City. We have to stop it. Now with nearly three hundred cases of measles of public health emergencies been declared, a New York City all orthodox Jewish schools in one Brooklyn neighborhood have been ordered to bar non-vaccinated students. People don't fascinate their kids face big funds. Mayor Bill de Blasi. We have a situation now where children are endanger. We have to take this seriously. Several states are grappling with measles. Outbreaks and CBS, Dr John the Pook says it demonstrates the for public health. Vigil think we have gotten complacent the anti vaccine movement has taken off in recent years. And I think there was sort of a sense on the part of the media and public health officials. Well, we don't want to pay too much attention to we don't want to give an oxygen and maybe go away what hasn't gone away, and it's picked up steam Pam, Coulter CBS news. Thicken nearly six hundred people at hospitals across the United States. It's a drug resistant superbug fungus. And there's a lot of concern that it could be spreading is called Candida Ariss, it preys on people with weakened immune systems, and it can be deadly. These types of infections are becoming more and more common. Dr Kevin Kavanagh is chairman of health watch USA, a patient advocacy group nightmare bacteria CRE has popped up. Now this organism. And I think we'll see more in the future and patients are going to start to become afraid to go to healthcare facilities unless they have trust in the silicon to tell them when these infections outbreaks are occurring. Dr Cavanaugh says hospitals do not have to let patients or the federal government. No if they have an outbreak. According to the CDC most cases of Candida always have been reported in New York City, New Jersey and the Chicago area, so far there have been no reported cases in California, Chrissy, Edens KNX, ten.

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"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"You. Then imagine doctors not being able to help you because there is no cure and to top it all off imagine. If health officials knew this super disease was spreading. But didn't tell anyone because they don't have to. It's a nightmare that is real. And it's happening right now across the country. We will go in depth also on the show for some parents and one Hollywood celeb-, the college admissions scandal just got a lot worse. We'll explain also who is Stephen Miller seems to have the year of the president's when it comes to strict immigration policies. Multiple reports. Even blamed him for all the recent shake-ups in turmoil at homeland security is. Is he the shadow secretary and how much influence does he really have over the president and LA mayor Eric Garcetti returns to the KNX in-depth studio alive. Sit down interview he will join us at the bottom of the hour. But we begin with a mysterious superbug that has been spreading through some hospitals around this country. Now, you might not have heard of it because the ficials are not required to tell you. But why not with us now is Dr Kevin Kavanagh who runs the patient advocacy group health, watch USA, doctor first of all what exactly is this bug that we're talking about. And why is it proving to be so dangerous? Well, it's a form of yeast called ten Dida or used as a common infection, we use yeast to cook bread. But in this form when it gains this type of resistance, it becomes extremely hard to treat, and it appears to be targeting more of the patients who are immunosuppressed in who are elderly just like a typical yeast infection. Unfortunately, we do not know fully what it is. And how it spreads because there have not been a lot of infections, of course, in some respects, thankfully, that's the case. But if we are not vigilant this could indeed spread and become a huge problem for patients. So yeah, any spread of this is bad. And it has been spreading popping up around the world butts, as we say hospitals don't have to tell you if they've found it. Why is that? Well, basically because they don't have to they're not required. And I think it is very short-sighted. They're more worried in my opinion about reputation in the short term effects rather than building long-term trust. These types of infections are becoming more and more common. The nightmare. Bacteria CRE has popped up. Now this organism, and I think we'll see more in the future and patients are going to start to get we're going to start to become afraid to go to healthcare facilities, unless they have trust in the silicon to tell them when these inspections and outbreaks are occurring do hospitals that have this infection, and I presume its many, and do, you know, for example, if any in California. Right now, I do not believe there are any in California that have this infection has been reported in. Okay. But when a hospital does have this infection. Okay. So they don't tell the public. They don't tell perhaps the news media. Are they required to tell the government? Well, that would be depending upon the state. There is not a federal reporting requirements to this infection or for CRE, which is a nightmare bacteria. However, some states will have requirements that they are reported, and that's one of the problems the CDC, for example is hamster. They cannot go into a hospital unless they're invited. The same is true in the agricultural side of things at the food supply gets contaminated. They cannot go into the farm to try to decide what's happened in which farms are spreading the bacteria. So we've have a real problem with federal oversight and assurance of safety in the United States. So this is hard to treat because it's resistance to the drugs. The NFL biotechs for years and years and years we've heard the warnings about overuse of antibiotics and bacterial infections and everything like that. But is the fungus the fun guy is that new or they're more of those now? Now in a similar vein to this. Well, I think it's quite similar. I mean, we've seen problems with treating viruses problems, treating bacteria and problems with treating fungi all are becoming resistant to drugs and therapy the viruses. However, we do the best vaccines. Unfortunately, the vaccines some segments of the population are resistant to getting them, and we're seeing Nevil outbreaks now. So certainly we need to be very cautious. We need to use good hygiene. And we're going to have to find new ways of fighting these organisms of the fun guy may becoming about because of using antifungal agents on crops. We really don't know yet and more research needs to be happening. But these organisms are popping up, more and more, and it isn't. But isn't that the best reason doctor for the need to have greater transparency right because of hospice? Don't have to tell patients or the news media. And if they don't perhaps have to depending on the stage, as you pointed out reported even to government agencies, then there isn't going to be this drum beat to find cures because nobody knows that there needs to be. Oh, definitely. And you're not gonna be able to outline where this organisms is popping up to good epidemiologic. Studies to good comparisons on what works what Vinci's infections and how the organism is being transmitted. One of the Sterry things is is that almost simultaneously this infection popped up in four different regions of the world. And these buds are not related to the same organism. But they're different prodigies of different types of families of these organisms. They have a different genomic sequence even though they're still candied orange. And so something happened to the environment that has made this organism start to arise. And so it's very scary. And we need to get more research. Dr Kevin Kavanagh runs patients advocacy group health, watch USA was big article in one of the paragraphs was about a hospital that did come across it. Phasing died, and then they, you know, take body away take the seats away. No, no, it's on the floor. It's on the ceiling. It's on the walls. They had to rip out the tiles because they couldn't kill it. And the thing is Dr pointed out is that most people will never know about it because there's no requirement to report it, by the way, you can hear a repeat of this broadcast, eight o'clock tonight. You can also listen to the KNX in-depth podcast. Just download the radio dot com app onto your smartphone. Stephen Miller now that is a name that has been coming up lately when you read about President Trump, and what is happening with the homeland security department. But who is Stephen Miller, and how much power does he really have.

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"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Report. Forty eight degrees in central park with some fog. More than just the headlines. This is w CBS News Radio. Eight eighty. UVA takes it all the way with an overtime win over Texas Tech for the anti-dalai title this. He warns of a deadly superbug on the rise nationwide impacting health facilities in New York. New Jersey and Illinois, the number of measles cases in the US could surpass the six hundred sixty seven cases logged five years ago. Sports Virginia Cavaliers the basketball champs defeating Texas Tech five seventy seven in overtime ST John's basketball coach Chris Mullin's is reportedly quitting Henke's lose four three to the Astros. Forty eight degrees on Tuesday, April nine good morning. I'm Vicky Allen hits to thirty-one CBS. News update Virginia defeated Texas Tech to win the NCWA men's basketball championship. The game was a nail biter until over time. Whenever Genia opened up a lead that Texas could not answer for Julia winning eighty five to seventy seven CBS sports is Jim with the final call. University of Virginia fans trick to the game in Minneapolis. WBZ TV's Jennifer mayor this was their year. So many fans told me that after last year when they got out of the terminal so early that come back and take it. This was redemption we talked to a fan on her way out so proud, and you this was their year. Really? It's a great time to Minnesota. It's a great time being Minneapolis. It's a great time to be this gentleman is ninety nine years old. What do you have to say? CBS news update on Matt Pfeiffer hits to thirty to a warning from the CDC regarding a deadly drug resistant superbug making the rounds in hospitals and nursing homes in part of the tri-state WCBS. Reporter Marla diamond has details. The highest concentration of the six hundred US cases are in New York, New jersey, and Illinois, Dr Anthony found she'd the director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases says it's now present in twenty countries. Broad category of any microbe resistance that with dealing with only. This happens to be fungus bacteria, or is most common in hospitals and nursing homes and half of all infected patients dies says Dr Kevin Kavanagh board, chairman of the patient advocacy group health, watch USA, any of the outbreaks of these highly resistant organisms tend to be shielded in Wallis secrecy. If it's a cruise ship or a restaurant you'll hear about an outbreak. The next day on the.

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"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"New jersey, and Illinois. Dr Anthony found shade the director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases says it's now present in twenty countries. Broad category of antimicrobial resistance that we're dealing with only. This happens to be a fungus bacteria can do or as is most common in hospitals and nursing homes and half of all infected patients die says Dr Kevin Kavanagh board, chairman of the patient advocacy group health, watch USA, any of the outbreaks of these highly resistant organisms tend to be shielded in a wall of secrecy. If it's a cruise ship or a restaurant you'll hear about an outbreak. The next day on the news media health officials say the exact risks of CR are unclear and disclosing outbreaks can cause unnecessary. Fear. Marla diamond WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty the number of measles cases, keeps growing federal health. Officials report one hundred cases since last week this week New York City accounts for about two thirds of the cases reported nationwide with more. Here's reporter. Sabrina Cuba US is on track to surpass the current record. Six hundred sixty seven cases back in two thousand fourteen right now, the number of cases jumped from three hundred eighty seven to four hundred sixty five in the first week of April and the disease has now spread to nineteen states. The CDC's Dr Nancy miss. Getting infected by measles are getting it because they're traveling abroad. Or they're exposed to people who have traveled abroad, these is endemic in many countries other than the United States. The majority of people who got measles were unvaccinated Sabrina Cupet, four CBS news, Atlanta. It is twelve thirty four CBS news update. President Trump wants to go in even tougher direction on immigration, and that means cleaning house at the department of homeland security secretary Kirstin Nielsen and the director of the secret service are among those who've been fired CBS's. Paula Reed says the president's moves on immigration reflect a focus on the twenty twenty electricity embolden role for Stephen Miller who is already a top presidential adviser. He's not only architect of this plan to overhaul the management of the department homeland security. He's also the one directing it in. Here. You see five top department of homeland security officials all being ousted in this fan about twenty four forty eight hours. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, the president is cow town to the worst instincts of people and to the conservative hard, right and extreme voices in the Republican party CBS news update, I'm Pam Coulter. Israeli voters are heading to the polls to decide whether longtime Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu remains in power polling stations opened at seven AM with exit polls expected at the end of the voting day around ten pm official.

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"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Time capsule Cavanaugh will change the court. This report is from the Atlantic. And you're listening to News Radio. Brit Kevin Kavanagh's impending arrival on the supreme court is like Donald Trump's attainment of the presidency in this important way. But the rules of politics that prevailed until two thousand sixteen neither of them would have come close to consideration for their respective offices. For Trump reasons are obvious for Cavanaugh. They're brilliantly summarized by one of Kavanagh's long-term friends here and discussed below thus the ascent of a man like cavenaugh necessarily changes the public sense of what is within bounds and not for the most powerful jurists in the nation. Just as the ascent of Trump has changed assessments of what is within bounds for president. And how much protection longstanding norms can supply more specifically, both Trump and Cav. Inau have shifted the implicit privilege and responsibility bargain that had previously applied to their offices presidents in exchange for their great power were expected both to act and to speak for the interests of the entire nation, including the substantial segment that did not vote for them. Surprising, but true every single US president except Lyndon Johnson has taken office knowing that at least forty percent of the electorate voted for someone else in nineteen sixty four Johnson got the highest ever proportion of the popular vote at sixty one point one percent. And even he knew that nearly forty percent voted the other way for Barry Goldwater. Donald Trump with his rhetoric and policies designed continually to fire up his base rather than appeal to his more numerous critics has obviously viewed his role differently for judges in general and supreme court justices in particular of version of the same organ has. Applied in exchange for outsized, unaccountable lifetime power justices will at least act as if they are above personal grievances and partisan loyalties. Brett Cavanaugh has rejected that part of the implicit bargain with his bitter outbursts in response to testimony by Christine Blasi Ford with his partisan appeals during the nomination process on Fox News. And in a Wall Street Journal op Ed piece with his comment in his written testimony that into days politics. What goes around comes around? He has crucially never promised to recuse himself in cases involving the executive powers the possible offenses or the pending litigations of the man who has elevated him Donald Trump certain rolls. Invest the people who hold them with enormous power over others. This happens with surgeons airline pilots. Police offices combat commanders judges for that power to seem legitimate the person occupying the role. Is supposed to comport him or herself. As if the role itself is uppermost in mind, not individual interests or whims combat commander who thinks I've got to save my skin rather than how do I save? My unit will have no followers, and in the Vietnam era would have been franked. Brit Cavanaugh has broken the part of the bargain in which we expect justices at least to act as if they are impartial despite the biases every single one of them naturally brings a Justice who says of partisan politics. What goes around comes around will have built in suspicion for every close call. He makes one US Senate in it's currently polarized. And paralyzed configuration is bad enough, the choice and conformation of Cavanaugh is a step toward replicating. The flaws of one branch of government in another the court becomes version of the Senate across the street from the original version, but with lifetime seats a rhetorical success. Of the pro cavenaugh signed was to convert the debate about his suitability for this role into a proof beyond reasonable doubt criminal trial standard concerning allegations of sexual misconduct proof beyond reasonable doubt is the right standard for depriving. Someone of liberty Bill. Cosby's jury was satisfied on those grounds and J Simpson's murder trial. Jury was not but that has never been the standard for choosing a university president or CEO or a four star general or a future marriage partner or a Nobel prize winner or a lifetime federal judge with all their differences the standard for these decisions is supposed to be is this the best person for the role. I previously argued that entirely apart from the allegations of sexual misbehavior Cavanaugh had proven himself the wrong person in three ways his explosive angry nonjudicial temperament his openly embraced partisan outlook his record of demonstrable equivocate. Evasions and outright lies under oath again beyond discussions of Deborah Ramirez, or Christine Blasi Ford that I personally think this doesn't matter, but it is significant that twenty four hundred law professors do as does a former dean of Kavanagh's oft mentioned alma mater, the law school for.

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"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Tomorrow on a day. The full Senate is expected to vote to confirm him Republicans have the votes, but this protester argues there plenty of conservatives that respect women, maybe not so much as far as political views. But none would go ahead to violate them. Even as young man, the Kevin Kavanagh has been accused, but never convicted of sexual assault. Prosecutors in central Oregon are accusing Washington state's head of US fish and wildlife of touching and exposing himself to an employee of the summer. Fifty two year old Eric Dickerson faces six counts including coercion third degree sex abuse. And indecency police are looking for the gunman who killed a thirty two year old man in Seattle's bell town neighborhood this morning, according to Seattle police, the male victim was talking to someone in a car when there was possibly an argument. That's when that person in the car opened fire on the man who is on the street and. Took off driving east on battery street a witness told KIRO seven that he woke up to about six to eight gunshots. Now, it does not appear that anyone else was injured during this incident. There is no suspect info at this time Harrow seven Ranji sin. Ha says police are asking anyone with information to come forward. The parents of a Highline high school football player who died three years ago are suing the school district for death. Kenny buoy father tells KIRO seven. And I don't want. Nothing happened to all the. And apparently have to worry, Mikey hood. The claims seventeen-year-old buoy was allowed to play too soon. After he sustained a concussion, can parents are claiming bear kids elementary school is only giving them about twelve minutes to eat lunch when I open her lunchbox. There was a few bites taken out of this or a few bites taken out of that Mundi matab says her daughter's lost weight, and she and other parents are starting a petition demanding that students at Glen Virginia, mentally get at least twenty minutes for lunch. Gummy is hard candies and jellies infused with pot could be banned as early as next year, the Washington state liquor and cannabis board has proposed restricting edibles that look appealing to children. If approved vendors would have until April to sell anything remaining in their inventory. A look at your forecast. We're.

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"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:20 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Okay. We're gonna get to the phones. But I saw something here in the break. And I got to comment on it. So some some really near hysterical. Democrat congresswoman during the break going nuts. Why why why we take seriously? Why why do we disrespect actor for you? Why don't we what does that mean? On the left. What is take her series? Who did not take her seriously? Everybody been over back. In fact, everybody treated her like, she was so fragile that she might crack and break at the slightest little raised voice. Everybody was treating her with kid gloves. What do you mean? Take her Siri. I know what they mean. I'm asking the question rhetorically what they mean is why don't you believe her? Well, the answer is because she doesn't have any evidence. And there's no corroboration for it. That's why. Well, there's not fair. She's come forward at great risk and using great courage. Why won't you take Siri? Everybody did take her seriously. She was given every opportunity in book. And then this congresswoman said. Why won't Grassley and the Republicans open an FBI investigation. Why are they so reluctant because they're afraid the FBI he's gonna find something get disapproves what they believe if you're Cavanaugh. And if you're really innocent, why not do it. Why not have it really proclaimed your because you don't need to? But that's not the reason. And they don't want to say it. I'll say it the reason and that calling the FBI in is because you people are doing nothing, but trying to delay this, and they're not gonna fall for your trick. Now for some reason Grassley in the gram grams, the only one that pointed Adam and told them what they're going to call them out on it. Didn't faze him didn't faze them a bit. He nailed onto the wall. He told him exactly what they're doing. And why it isn't going to work and how unfair it is this this ongoing whining and moaning about the FBI is nothing more than an attempt to delay. And after that, it's designed to put a cloud of doubt over Kevin Kavanagh didn't wanted to him. Republicans didn't want to be our Graham, and they wanna win on here. You're really innocent. Why wouldn't you want an investing? There's been an investigation. Six F B I background Jackson the guy. If we know already that he's really innocent. Dr Ford can't prove what she's saying that what is the point this this. I'm telling you this frustrates people. I'm getting more Email about this. The Democrats do not know what they're doing with this FBI garbage. They are irritating. People far more than they are buttressing their forces on the left. Let's go back to the phones as promised Worcester Massachusetts, Steve you're next. Hello, sir. Hello wicked mega details. Rush from behind enemy lines here. Yeah. This is one of the highlights in my life talking to you. Thank you. How did the silent majority? Never had my voice heard anywhere up here. I'm grateful for this opportunity to converse with you what I'm calling about is why I'm not hearing the Republicans make an issue of how Dr Ford deleted, all our social media before testifying bringing it to public knowledge. I consider that destruction of evidence because they were treating her seriously. They were taking doctor if it's a good question. Nobody did bring it up. She did she had. I don't even know she'd it or somebody did it some of the activists working for Democrats, ROY scrubbed her social media the minute. She was identified. I mean within what a half day of her being identified as scrubbed her social media. They got it. They deleted it. They arrested. And they didn't bring it up yesterday because they knew she had no evidence. She didn't bring anything new. She brought no corroboration nothing. All she brought was her heroism and her caring and her. Her. Her truth. Yeah. That was a favorite word Democrats. Are she came with her truth? Now, she came with her version. We didn't get to the truth yesterday. What we got Jewish. She couldn't prove what she was alleging. And the people she named. I I don't. The people she named claimed they want their the Democrats say, but they didn't see that to the FBI. They said it in a sworn affidavit sworn affidavits are not enough sworn affidavits are never enough. All really well days clearly were plenty to try to nail Trump. Sworn affidavits left and right. Go get Fiso warrants to spy on Trump. Sworn affidavit here people claiming under penalty of felony. Meaning they know that they're committing a felony by lying. They get caught. It's jail time. They signed the affidavits anyway. She had no evidence. So the Republicans really she was treated like a fragile. Teenager. One gust of wind could have ruined her day. That's why Michael in sterling Virginia. You are next on the IB network. Hello. Hey, rush. How are you a recent Harvard grad always nice to break out of the echo chamber with you? Well, I'm a recent Harvard grad. Yes. Yeah. And and I had some friends back there. People are apparently losing their minds right now in some of the predictable ways. But the question I wanted to ask you rush is look, obviously, this whole hearing is playing into the popular narrative of Republicans equal anti-woman party. I can't help but wonder if and when there will be a tipping point that with these miscarriages of Justice, ultimately, the narrative shifts to Democrats becoming the anti man party. Do you think that that will happen? And if so are we there now or when does it happen? We're not there now. But that's a good question. I don't know how likely it is. But I've already seen in a number of places. I scour on a daily basis in shell prep. And I've even I've had emails from from from people. I know and the reaction I'm getting from a lot of mothers who have sons is that they're scared to death. They're scared to death. What they see being done too. Many and Cavanaugh. Is a choirboy Cavanaugh is a choirboy. They're trying to turn a choirboy into a serial rapist who deserves to be behind bars. And then whatever happens to him there. He deserves. Now, if you're an average ordinary American mom, and you have a couple of sons or a son, and you're about ready to send them off to where liberals run things like at universities and colleges, and you can already see what's happening with the snowflake movement the social Justice warriors with white privilege, white males being the reason for all the problems in America. I'm seeing in his all anecdotal. And by that, I mean, I haven't seen anything scientific in terms of polling data. I'm just aware that and it's not reported in the media. This'll be one of these things like in the two thousand two midterms Republicans ended up winning in the aftermath. They asked people what was the reason for your vote. And they said values. And nobody thought values were a part of the two thousand two midterm campaigns midterm house races. What do you mean values? It was the Wellstone memorial. They watched and they were appalled by the values. They saw their values voters came out and won. A Republican majority in an off year election after Bush's first term, it's unheard of. And nobody saw it coming. We could be at the.

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"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Skipped further analysis of the hearings yesterday from Adam Ren, contributing editor at politico magazine who was at the hearings. Adam what was your take? We saw Cavanagh in the afternoon with an angry at first, and then an emotional almost doleful defensive themselves and then early in the morning, we saw a more measured still somewhat emotional from Dr. Kind of laying out her case and Republicans have told by colleagues at politico playbook that you know, it's been it's been a disaster so far, and so it's just a really remarkable historic testimony any surprises that have come out and say the chatter that you've heard I think one of the biggest surprises was the way in which Dr Ford almost sort of clinically talked about her own experience. She referenced technical scientific processes of memory. Allergy of how trauma. Almost remarkable to hear her sort of stuff outside her own trauma and talk about what had happened to her. What can happen if if if both people providing testimony appear so credible? It's really become a rohrschack test. I think for the country different parties sort of do this case differently with regard to their partisan affiliation. You know, both parties have seen so emotionally. To to what had happened, you know to denying it. I was struck listening to ensure a memory of a shared for from his daughters. Several days ago who suggested that they pray for the woman involved, Dr Ford, and I it's just fascinating to see. How much witnesses appear? Kavanagh's testimony. He was fighting for his life. He talked about how he may never be able to coach basketball coaches, the girls basketball team never be able to teach wa again very much at stake in this. It was a day yesterday. Testimony speaking with Adam Ren, contributing editor at politico magazine, talking about the cabin Ford hearings before the Senate Judiciary committee. You do get the impression I guess that lives have been destroyed one way or the other. It's hard to see how these two people Dr Ford and judge Calvin all go on with the rest of their lives. Any semblance of normalcy? Whoever change it sort of. Crossing of the Rubicon if he will. And it's difficult to see what cavenaugh does next. And Democrats take back congress. Don't try to impeach him. So he writes, it's been forever bought by this moment as as Dr. Perhaps all of Washington to is that the new norm for confirmation hearings. Cavanaugh all as much in his opening statement. He said that advice and consent has become search and destroy which really stood out as a phrase that had the ring of truth to it. No matter who the nominee is. We are in a new era. Slash and burn people. You know? Will point to. And the the borking of of. Justice work work. But this feels like a new heightened pitch moment and our politics. How thick was the tension? Adam. You know, when you saw Kevin Kavanagh walk into the committee room. He looked strict. He ended up throughout his testimony his wife behind him to as well. You really sell right? The entire nation was. Any non hearings yesterday? We sat him Adam Ren, contributing editor at politico magazine..

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"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on The 45th

The 45th

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on The 45th

"He thinks only like people of color benefiting these programs. It's not it's by and large. I enlarge lower income white people. Yes, it's quite people because there's mostly why people in the US. So that's how it works. All right. So Kevin Kavanagh. Well, we pantley there's been an update that senators were informed. They should stay in town 'cause they're gonna confirm this weekend because they have the votes this coming weekend. Yeah, we'll see the could be a bluff, but it could be totally true too. You know, like this is definitely the worst time on, like if we need more proof because now we literally have situation where trying to figure out wins prem- court. Nominee losses virginity is a valid reporting topic. Can we, let's backtrack just a little bit and go over kind of the unrolling of allegations in the last like literally, I think over the weekend. Right? And then the vast, we learned about Dr lousy Ford came forward and then the week after there's a whole back and forth. Like when she testifies, she gonna testify what's gonna happen. They goad anyway. Apparently Trump was like Halley, McConnell, vote, Monday vote now don't wait, but they ended up waiting and agreeing to have testimony this coming Thursday. So in two days. It'll only be two people that will be Dr forward and Cavanaugh. No one witnesses as of yet are going to be one of it, which is unfortunate because that's definitely needed. If I don't happen here, sadly, somehow and the however thirty plus years spent since a hill, we have backtracked on how we handle this kinda matter for sport. But also there are now additional accusers coming forward. Apparently there's definitely one, the New York, New yorker had a story think. Yes, yesterday I live anymore. Today's go a couple of days about a college classmate because freshman year from Yale about a woman who says that she was. Hanna party. She was drinking, and at some point, a man, she says, cavenaugh exposed himself, put his penis in her face and another classmate was trying to get her to kiss it. It's sounds like a bullying situation. They were a bunch of males, like, you know, homo social bonding, basically using her new market too. Express their bonus to one another. Cavenaugh has denied it Trump is claimed, but it can't be true because she was drunk. The White House put out like an official statement. I think in response to the story didn't they, which I thought was crazy. Did you see that statement isn't highly inappropriate for them to making any kind of statements about like this whole nomination in the process? Any of this. I mean, it's one thing that Trump tweets shit. We know nobody can control. Crazy man. Perfect. Have this statements, but the contents obviously, obviously, Trump's statement aren't helpful here. Yeah, there is an official White House statement that basically argues. It says that it's like a two page bullet point of why she's a liar type stuff. It's titled this what you need to know about the allegations in made in the New Yorker article on judge Brett Kavanagh. And then it goes on for about two pages and it says the accuser Deb Ramirez states. There was significant gaps in our memories. It says that she was, I hasn't to speak. She had gaps goes on about the gaps than it says that how she was. Lucked into characterize his role in it. And then it took her six days to like kind of like Ford by her memories says that New Yorker has not confirmed with any other witnesses that Cavanaugh was at the party. I mean goes on on basically. It's just trying to say that either she's not remembering right or that she's making it up basically this partisan thing because that's another thing which I thought was interesting is I'm seeing on social media conservatives circulating how she's like a civil rights worker like a woman's rights worker like these are awful things and she's a democrat, and so turning it into a partisan thing and Trump while Trump is tweet out. These are false acquisitions which was later corrected to false accusations. They're going with are false, at least what the case of the additional now they're trying to walk. Oh, we forgot the whole drama with the Doppler ganger eerie. They all that was excellent. So far have not called doctor for a liar. They're saying that she is mistaken..

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"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:38 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Twelve thirty six Jeff Wagner WTMJ. Thanks for participating in the Facebook live. We do it for the first couple of segments of every show. So you can tune in at twelve o eight when we start the program before we move away from the the whole brick Kavanagh discussion. There is a piece in today's Wall Street Journal that I think is provocative and kinda hits the right note. I wanna share a portion of it with you. Again, the editorials called the hashtag metoo, Kevin Kavanagh ambush the woman accusing Brett Kavanagh of a drunken assault. When both were teenagers is now come forward publicly and on Monday, it caused Republicans to delay a confirmation vote and schedule another public hearing yet there is no way to confirm her story after thirty six years and to let it stop Mr. Kevin was confirmation would ratify what has all the ear marks of a calculated political ambush. This is not to say that Christine blazey Ford is insincere in what she remembers in an interview published in the Washington Post on Sunday, MS Ford offered a few more details of the story. She told anonymously starting in July. She says she was fifteen when Mr. Cavanaugh who would have been seventeen. And a male friend pushed her into a bedroom at a drinking party held her down and pod her until the male friend jumped on the both. She escaped to a bathroom until the two boys left the room. Mr. cavenaugh denies all this categorically and unequivocally, and there is simply no way to prove it the only witness to the event is Mr. Kavanagh's high school friend male friend, Mark judge who also says he recalls, no such event, MS Ford concede. She told no one about it, not even a high school girlfriend or a family member until two thousand twelve when she told the story is part of a couple's therapy with her husband, the vagaries of memory are well known all the more. So when they emerge in the cauldron of a therapy session to rescue a marriage, experts know that human beings can come to believe firmly over the years that things happen when it never did. Or it's based on a partial truth mistaken identity is also possible. Let me just stop there that is why as a general rule you have statutes of limitations for criminal behavior because memories fade. Events. Maybe you, and you can maybe legitimately thinks something thirty five years ago happened in the way you believe, but really didn't. But there's no way to prove it or disprove it. Because that I mentioned it was thirty five years ago. The Washington Post reports that the therapists notes from two thousand twelve said that there were four male assailants. But MS Ford says that was a mistake miss Ford. Also can't recall, and whose home the alleged assault took place how she got there or how she got home that evening. This is simply too distant and uncorroborated story to warrant the new hearing or to delay vote. We've heard from all three principles, and there are no other witnesses to call Democrats will use Monday's hearing is a political spectacle to coax Mr. cavenaugh into looking defensive angry and to portray Republicans as anti women. Odds are it will become a circus to which the guy I say, Amen. The timing and details of how MS Ford came forward. And Howard name was coaxed into public view. Should also raise red flags about the partisan motives play. The post says MS Ford contacted the paper tip line in July. But wanted to remain anonymous she then brought her story to a democrat official while still hoping to stay anonymous yet, she also then retained a lawyer Deborah Katz who has a history of democratic activism and spoke in public defense of Bill Clinton against the accusations. By Paula Jones, MS cats, urged MS Ford's take a polygraph test. The post says she passed the polygraph polygraph merely shows that she believes the story. She is telling the more relevant question is why go to such lengths if miss Ford really wanted her name to stay secret even this weekend. She could have chosen to remain anonymous. There are these are the actions of someone who is prepared to go public from the beginning if she had to the role of Senator Dianne Feinstein is also highly irregular. And transparently political. The ranking democrat on the committee knew about MS Ford's accusations and late July or early August yet kept quiet if she took it seriously. She had multiple opportunities to ask judge cavenaugh or have her committee staff interview the principles, but in the event that details would have been vetted and senators would have had time to assess the credibility instead Feinstein waited until the day before a committee markup on the nomination to release a statement that she had information about the accusation. And it sent it to the FBI her statement was a political stunt. She was seeking to insulate herself from liberal charges that she sat on a letter or and this seems increasingly likely given the course of events Senator Feinstein was holding the story to spring at the last minute in the hope that events would play out as they have. Surely, she knew that once word of the accusation was public the press would pursue the story and MS Ford would be identified by one name or another Democrats waited until MS Ford went public to make public state. But clearly some were feeding the names of MS Ford, and her lawyer to the press, and now they are pull piling on what they hope will be an election eve, hashtag metoo conflict, conflagration, it it goes on and on and on. But you get the idea this is a political stunt. It is in my opinion and effort to smear the reputation of a good, man. And the bottom line is now I mean is this where we really are in American politics where if you are ready to be appointed to a position the opposition is willing to stoop to any tactic turn to any level bring forth claims again, if there was a pattern of practice here. And that's what happens when you have the these abusers if this guy was used to getting drunk and grabbing women all right? There would be this would be a Bill Cosby situation. This would be a Harvey Weinstein situation. This is a political situation. And unfortunately, the reputation of a good man has been ruined. And. That is nothing short of disgraceful will it work. Well, all right. He's reputation has been ruined. But if Republicans backed down and fail to vote for him. I think there is going to be anger among the Republican base. Like, I said earlier, I think this is one where even a lot of fair minded people shaking their head going. This does not seem right because I will tell you it could happen to you. It could happen to you just like it was happening to Brad Kavanagh. If you have people that are out to get you. It's twelve forty to Jeff Wagner WTMJ. Stuck.

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"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To ten. KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk. It's morning. I'm Jennifer Jones Lee the stories we're watching in the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. Senators have scheduled public testimony for supreme court nominee Brett, Kevin Kavanagh and the woman accusing him of sexual assault. A confirmation vote has been postponed after until after that hearing on Monday and Julie Chen who is married to former CBS CEO less moonville looks like she's leaving the network's daytime talk show. The talk Chen's been off the toxins last week after her husband resigned over sexual misconduct claims CNN reports ten will announce her exit today with a videotaped message on the talk Chen is also a co host on the CBS show big brother, which ends it's season next week. We're just minutes away from handle on the news. But right now, we say good morning to ABC's. Jim Ryan who is still in Wilmington, North Carolina. Jim anything better than when we talked to you yesterday. It sounded like you guys were still on a virtual island. It seems as though some of the roads would be cleared away. The water is subsiding somewhat and that should make it easier to get supplies. Evil out still though, those who evacuated from this year, you are being urged not to come back. Just yet. There are still plenty of risks industry. They lots of debris and lots of power outage. You probably hear the rumble of the generative is how most people are getting like Christie in this community. There are crews out working trying to restore power still out for vast stretches of this area. We're talking about airlifting food and water ended. They have to do that for some people. Well, they haven't some of the remote areas of the state those rural areas that are kind of cut off at this point by the rising waters, finish there'd be rivers aren't going to subside. They're not gonna receive anytime soon because you've got one off. Now, the rain continued after the storm moves inland as a tropical depression is still dumping huge amounts of rain yesterday. That's running off into the streets. The streams and creeks and then into the rivers. So the rivers aren't going to crest for another day or two in some cases. Somebody at the national weather service looked at radar. They put pencil to paper, and they figured out that more than eight trillion. Gallons of water fell on North Carolina alone last Thursday when the storm is approaching until last night when the rain finally moved out, you can't even fathom that. Okay. So now what about the the death toll overall? I had heard it at thirty two as of earlier this morning is that still the case. Yes, that's that's still. Some of those fatalities are likely to be added in later today. Some people who are not yet confirmed as being the direct result of the storm other people, unfortunately, as they get out they they start repairing their property star, electrocution hazards, there are all sorts of issues, car rights and different things associated with it. So unfortunately, thirty to thirty four might not be more sloughed off. Okay. And as far as the people who were evacuated from their homes, if these rivers aren't gonna crest for another forty eight hours or something like that. I used to them that they're being told you still can't come. Home. You've got to stay away. Yeah. Exactly. A Wilmington may not be in such danger. But it became through weather river slows to the west side of this community. But it goes up north bench. And those northern stretches of the river are the ones that are looking at the extreme flooding risk and people are being told that much either you stay on the east side of the river on the west side of the river. Big you better choose aside now because once the river crest, you're not going to be able to get to the other side. All right, Jim, thank you so much. I appreciate the update. So scary this KFI K O S T HD two Los Angeles in this morning. If you've ever had a neighbor who had a pesky dog who kept coming into your guard and left you a little present. We've all had that dog. Anyway, there's a woman who decided to get a little bit of revenge to the point of she took the dog poop that was on her lawn. Picked it up in a bag. She just got fed up with the neighbor's dog doing it on her lawn over and over again took the bag filled with. Dogs little gift and were rubbed. It all over her neighbor's doorknob and says she is not this is one of those hashtag sorry. Not sorry moments. Disturbing act of revenge is caught on camera in Michigan where a woman smeared dog faces on her neighbors front door. That's after Brendan Mullin says her neighbors dogs kept going in her yard. But the dog's owner says Mullins never even mentioned the problem to them. Instead, she took matters into our own hands. And she isn't denying it either saying after seeing the dogs in her yard again, it was the last straw. Listen to this woman that I took it on her Donau. You didn't want to clean it up. Here. You're clean up there. I don't want to be eventually. But. And if you wanna see more of the video it's on handles page kfiam640.com, keyword handle. It's traffic.

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Julie Chen Officially Exits The Talk

Bill Handel

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Julie Chen Officially Exits The Talk

"KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk. It's morning. I'm Jennifer Jones Lee the stories we're watching in the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. Senators have scheduled public testimony for supreme court nominee Brett, Kevin Kavanagh and the woman

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"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Ten KFI. KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk. It's a Tuesday morning. I'm Jennifer Jones Lee and the stories we're watching the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. Senators have scheduled public testimony for supreme court nominee Brett, Kevin Kavanagh and the woman accusing him of sexual assault. A confirmation vote has been postponed aft until after that hearing on Monday and Julie Chen who is married to former CBS CEO, les Moonves says looks like she's leaving the network's daytime talk show the talk Chen's been off the toxins last week after her husband resigned over sexual misconduct claims CNN reports Chen will announce her exit today with a videotaped message on the talk Chen is also co host on the CBS show big brother, which ends it's season next week. We're just minutes away from handle on the news. But right now, we say good morning to ABC's. Jim Ryan who is still in Wilmington, North Carolina. Jim anything better than when we talked to you yesterday. It sounded like you guys were still on a virtual island. Some of the roads would be cleared away. The water is subsiding somewhat in that should make it easier to get supplies in evil. Out still though, those who evacuated from this year, you're being urged not to come back to get. There are still plenty of risks industry. They bre- lots of debris and watch a power outage. You probably hear the rumble of generative. Hi, ni is how most people are getting like Christie community. There are crews out working trying to restore power backstage still out for vast stretches of this area. They were talking about airlifting food and water into they have to do that for some people having some of the remote areas of the state those rural areas that are kind of cut off at this point by the rising waters, finish there'd be rivers aren't going to subside. They're not gonna receive anytime soon because you've got one off. Now, the rain continued after the storm moves inland as a tropical depression is still dumping huge amounts of rain yesterday. Instead that's running off into the streets. The streams and creeks and then into the rivers. So the rivers aren't going to crest for another day or two in some cases. Somebody at the national weather service looked at radar. They put pencil to paper, and they figured out that more than eight trillion. Gallons of water fell on North Carolina alone last Thursday. Approaching until last night when the rain finally moved out, you can't even fathom that. Okay. So now what about the death toll overall? I had heard it at thirty two. As of earlier this morning is that still the case. Yes. That's that's still some of those of holidays are likely to be added in later today. Some people who whose dads are not yet confirmed as being the direct result of the storm other people, unfortunately, as they get out they they start to repairing their property star, electrocution hazards, there are all sorts of issues, car rights and different things associated with it. So unfortunately, thirty to thirty four might not be more sloughed off. Okay. And as far as the people who were evacuated from their homes, if these rivers aren't going to crest for another forty eight hours or something like that. I used to that. They're being told you still can't come home. You've got to stay away. Yeah. Exactly. A Wilmington may not be in such danger. But the river slows to the west side of this unity, but it goes up north then and those northern stretches of the river are the ones that are looking at the extreme flooding risk and people are being told that much either you stay on the east side of the river on the west side of the river. But you better choose aside. Now. Because once the river crest, you're not gonna be able to get to the other side. All right, Jim. Thank you so much. I appreciate the update. Still so scary KFI K O S T HD two Los Angeles in this morning. If you've ever had a neighbor who had a pesky dog who kept coming into your guard and left you a little present. We've all had that dog. Anyway, there's a woman who decided to get a little bit of revenge to the point of she took the dog poop that was on her lawn. Picked it up in a bag. She just got fed up with the neighbor's dog doing it on her lawn over and over again took the bag filled with the dogs little gift and were rubbed. It all over her neighbor's doorknob and says she is not this is one of those hashtag sorry. Not sorry moments. Disturbing act of revenge is caught on camera in Michigan where a woman smeared Dong faces on her neighbors front door. That's after Brendan Mullin says her neighbors dogs kept going in her yard. But the dog's owner says Mullins never even mentioned the problem to them. Instead, she took matters into our own hands. And she isn't denying it either saying after seeing the dogs in her yard again, it was the last straw was into this. I took it on her Donau. You clean it up here. You're clean up there. I don't want to be a vigilante, but. Yeah. I had to do what I did. And if you wanna see more of the video it's on handles page kfiam640.com, keyword handle. It's traffic.

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"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

Left, Right & Center

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

"I mean, both you and Felicia are pointing to these really important vectors in the law where the supreme court has a lot of power to give corporations more power. And we already have an extremely pro corporate supreme court, and I think from Kavanagh's record, it's clear that he will continue down that path. One thing I discovered recently researching a piece I was writing for the times magazine about this is that these are deeply unpopular views. When you look at what the American public thinks, for example, about forcing employees and consumers into contracts that make all dispute resolution private in these binding arbitration meetings where you go one by one, you're not in open court. You can't sue over something like wage theft with other workers, which means it will be really hard to find a lawyer to take your little on individual claim. Americans really don't approve of that alternative. To open court. I, it was something like ninety percent of people think that's a really bad idea. And yet you know, in the weeds of these supreme court decisions, these are not the cases that make the headlines there are a little hard to parse. And so we end up having an argument about something like abortion also important, but only one part of what Cavanaugh is going to be doing when he presumably is confirmed by the Republican Senate rich. I don't feel like these issues that come before the quarter are big, even among conservative voters who do pay a lot of attention to the court at feels like when you have conservative voters who care a lot about judicial nominations that's about religious freedom issues. It's about abortion, it's about gun rights. So where do these conservative economic ideas fit into into the role that judges play in Republican, politics? They right. Those are the issues that are more emotive, but Chevron deference is really important question, and I think Kevin Kavanagh is right to be opposed to it. And this goes to what was I thought. Excellent opening statement from Ben Sasse at the first session of the hearings Spence as a Republican Senator from from Nebraska. And he made the case that our constitutional order depends on congress writing and passing the laws, and you want justices to the extent possible humanly possible, and we're all flawed and we have our own inherent biases just as simply interpret the constitution and laws as as written and judges, and bureaucrats should not be making the laws congress should. And to the extent Cavanaugh will return the court to that vision it. It'll be very good thing for a constitutional order in our democracy. I do want to turn back to abortion for a second because as as as has been said several times here it is an important issue. Emily, I hear a lot of people say things like a year after Kavanagh's confirmed. Abortion is going to be illegal in half the country. Does that sound right to you? Well, it's possible. And the reason is, you know, remember rule versus Wade took legislating about abortion away from. The states and said that women have a constitutional right to access to abortion, and so states can't ban it. So you know if state's ban abortion, which then there are stated already have laws like that on the books that would go into effect for overturned. There are number of ways in which the court could do something really dramatic. That would allow states to ban abortion. There's a more likely path which is the slow Rozhin and not even so slow, but the erosion of abortion rights. All you have to do is go back a couple of years to a law that Texas past which effectively made it so expensive to operate an abortion clinic that most of the clinic shut down in Texas. If if the court starts allowing for those kinds of restrictions on abortion clinic, start closing all over the country than women who need abortions and don't have the money to travel to, you know, a blue state to get one are going to be out of luck. And so the court doesn't have to overturn Roe. Oh, outright to have an enormous effect on women's access to abortion. So less time that a judge went down in a Senate vote on confirmation was Robert Bork in nineteen eighty-seven, and he drew six, no votes from Republican senators, Felicia and rich. Do see any reason to think that there is suspense of about the outcome of this vote or we just headed for a party line vote were all all fifty-one Republicans vote. Yes, all Republicans will vote. Yes..

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"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The name. I'm Jack Callaghan. Fox news. President Trump still criticizing that anonymous op-ed in the New York Times when somebody right, and you can't discredit because you have no idea who they are. Usually you'll find out it's a background that was bad. It may not be a Republican. It may not be a conservative. It may be a deep state person. That's been there. A long time. You don't know where it's a very unfair thing telling a rally in Montana Thursday night the times ought to reveal the author's name. Several senior staffers in the Trump administration disavowing authorship Whitehouse strategic communications director, Mercedes schlep tilling. The FOX's the story with Martha McCallum individuals is coward and focus on his own and self interest in his ego. And and quite frankly, he needs to resign over Trump campaign advisor, George popadopoulos will be sentenced today for his guilty plea on charges. He lied to the FBI. You could get six months in prison. Sometimes grueling questioning by the Senate Judiciary committee has ended for supreme. Court nominee, George. Brent Kavanagh Email Brett Cavanaugh drafted during his years in the George W Bush administration suggested Roe v. Wade upholding legal abortion is not settled law among all legal scholars taught judiciary committee democrat Dianne Feinstein asked. Do you believe it is correctly settled Kevin Kavanagh's response? The broader point was simply that I think it was overstating something about legal scholars, and I'm always concerned with accuracy and cavenaugh refused to tip his hand on potential challenges that could reach the supreme court, but throughout this hearing has described Roe v. Wade as a precedent reaffirmed by subsequent case it. Fox's Jared Halpern on Capitol Hill, those confirmation that confirmation hearing resumes today witnesses testifying both four and against judge Kavanagh's appointment to the US supreme court, Fox News. Fair and balanced. Now a year and rock spotlight. Nineteen seventy five November queens album is a worldwide smash with a single Bodine rhapsody it hits number one.

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"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

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04:17 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kavanagh" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"A ghost, banners, sponsor along with senators coons, Cornyn Dirk Urban Hirano also Now it's time for Senator Feinstein in other members to speak Sara Feinstein thanks very much Mr Chairman I listened to your words with interests because, I know we have a difference of opinion on this subject but judge Kavanagh's nomination hearing. Has been scheduled for September four and that's nineteen days away I want to say just a few words about why the documents from his time in, the White House should be publicly available in time for that hearing the longstanding practice of this committee and the Senate is to ensure as much transparency as possible and to ensure that the Senate, and the American people have. Access to a nominees. Full record, you mentioned a lenna keagan let me use hers in example ninety nine percent of her White House record was provided to the committee and to the Public prior to her hearing. Those documents were reviewed. And produced, to the committee by the national archives and followed the requirements of the presidential records act That practice appears not to be followed here instead under an agreement with Bill Burke a lawyer representing former President Bush as you pointed out the committee is received roughly one hundred seventy. Four, thousand pages from judge Kavanagh's tenure in the White House counsel as of last evening apparently at eleven twenty. Another sixty thousand pages arrived last evening now this is just a small fraction nineteen percent of the chairman's request for judge Kavanagh's White House counsel documents it's an even smaller fraction about two percent of his total White House record notably while we what. We now have is about the same number of pages for Brett Kevin Kavanagh as we had for elaina Kagan at one hundred and seventy thousand That's going to be changed as you point out but right now that number represents ninety nine percent of her record in the White House, but represents only two percent of Kavanagh's White House record, my staff has been pouring over these records nearly completed its review some of the documents are useful in assessing judge Kavanagh's fitness for a lifetime appointment to the supreme court but further confirms the. Need, to obtain the full record to adequately assess the nominee and have these documents publicly available for the hearing. I regret the decision to designate the vast majority of the relevant documents as. Committee confidential the irony is there is no Senate or committee rule that defines what this means but as of now you have said that only committee members and staff Currently have access to these documents my question for you Mr Chairman. Is can we use, these documents to question Mr. cavenaugh at the hearing To. Make a confirmation decision on a. Nominee based on secret. Documents that are, not available to the public or the full Senate is extremely troubling Senator Dianne Feinstein is ranking democrat on the judiciary committee before that you heard the chairman of the committee Republican Chuck Grassley at today's meeting Later Senate. Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said that his democratic. Colleagues, have filed a freedom of information act request or foia request for all of supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh's documents, from his White House tenure And Senator Schumer saying that they're ready to go to..

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