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"kristen wagoner" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

10:05 min | 1 year ago

"kristen wagoner" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Lot of news this morning U. S. is a great with Turkey to pull back from a U. S. Kurdish positions along the southern border of Turkey Turkey is going to bring an offensive to bear on those regions and will take control of the ISIS prisoners there and Kurds fear a war with Turkey the United States says we cannot maintain a garrison state there for ever the president wants out he announces in December of last year it's been ten months is now happening in there no one is coming to the United States and I hope they make him give up the Russian air defence system so we can sell them at thirty five and get him back into NATO the NBA is feeling a backlash in China but nothing like the backlash the NBA is getting in the United States after abandoning Hong Kong protestors to whatever happens to them by signaling that they will stand with China no matter what it's a firestorm in Chinatown firestorm in the United States in Adam silver is in trouble every NBA executive is in trouble and the American people do not like the NBA this morning indeed it's made of the times of London rockets GM Daryl Morey great China NBA tension with tweet lot more than that going on I love this story in your trade New York time bar and a top prosecutor John Durham cast a wide net in reviewing the Russia in query now let me explain something to you I believe Russia attacked our elections in twenty sixteen I believe it I said it before the election that Russia use wikileaks as a G. R. U. front and I believe they've been using wikileaks is that G. R. U. front for years I agree with Mitt Romney in twenty twelve when he told Barack Obama are number one threat was Russia and Barack Obama laughed at him we've always understood Russia is malign that does not mean as Graham Allison points out in his book destined for war that Russia was the only malign actor in twenty sixteen and I do not mean another power though I can't rule that out I mean that malign actors in the United States might have used the Russian attack as cover for their own attacks on Donald Trump and that is what Attorney General Barr and U. S. attorney John Durham are investigating they're going around the world to see whether or not the reality of the Russia attack provided cover for anti trump extremists at the top of the F. B. I. and maybe elsewhere in the intelligence community to use their enormous powers of surveillance against team trunk in a way that summons the bad old days of over I don't know that we're gonna find out this week I hope we find out this week we need to find out this week Iraq is spiraling deeper into violence the country stripped of crack down on anti government protests they turn their guns on the people a hundred and four people were killed in Iraq this weekend more than six thousand wounded six days of street protests clashes with the army the biggest crisis of modern Iraq and the biggest one under prime minister Mahdi it's a it's a very it's a mass it's a mess in Baghdad Boris Johnson telling me you get serious about my proposal or were getting out the Scottish anti hard Bridget are trying to get the Scottish Supreme Court to say Boris Johnson be erected L. arrested if he does not give in to their demands yeah one of the most politically volatile turned in years begins today first Monday in October there back the denuclearization talks with North Korea have collapsed in joker made ninety three and a half million dollars in the US and Canada ninety three and a half million dollars I thought did you see Junker going the greatest movie I've seen in a long time I understand my sunny bunch like that it's pretty numbing to buy a pair for Sonny bunch that there could be a bio pic for sorry but I don't know but it is a very very numbing numbing show later this hour we'll be joined by Kristen Wagoner of the alliance offending freedom alliance defending freedom back in front of the Supreme Court tomorrow they are going to be arguing whether or not a funeral home is obliged to hire transvestites when people are there in the is arguing that the equal that the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four prohibits discrimination against cross dressers I believe the larger interpretations would also then be interpreted to prohibit discrimination against gays lesbians transgendered people the LGBTQ community sees nothing wrong with interpreting in nineteen sixty four law to mean what they wanted to meet in twenty nineteen I do that's not what the courts should do eighty F. is there we're also going to be fighting on rice water house versus Hopkins to prohibit an expansion of the rights of employers to employee who they can legally under the sixty four Civil Rights Act whites offending freedom gets involved with everything Harris funeral homes is just one case they do tens of thousands of cases and any money from you takes a lot of courage to step out baby F. Bob Trancers the courage of the funeral home director here should inspire all of us they're standing up for everybody's freedom they could have made an easy choice and just go along with what the government was telling them to do and compromise in their beliefs and they were not willing to do that I just got a great amount of satisfaction knowing each day that we get to stand along and beef and people like that because what they're doing is an example in protects all of US eighty F. track record of winning before the Supreme Court is unparalleled the pursuing cases like this while offering free legal services to solid Christian businesses like the federal home because hundreds of thousands of dollars that's where men and women like you come in as a tia prepares head back to court tomorrow we need you to stand with eighty up in this and many other critical battles ahead your tax deductible gift right now we'll keep the lines of betting freedom on the job and for the spring court tomorrow and every day there's an ATF banner at the top of my homepage at Hugh Hewitt dot com I just tweeted it out you can click on that ATF banner you your dot com to make your gift of any amount online we can call the special donation number toll free eight six six seven hundred ten sixty helpline depending freedom if they have the Supreme Court tomorrow I yeah I want to play the Rudy Giuliani yesterday on fox news but how we Kurtz being Rudy cut number seventy well first of all even if it is pressuring Ukraine it's a lot different when Biden did since the purpose of questioning is to get a criminal investigation about a scandal of the highest level of our government uncovered that the Washington press has been covering up for three years deliberately and about which they are now going after me personally because they want to get do they want to they want to get me the messenger so they don't have to deal with the honey boy Biden was gonna cook for thirty years sorry I roped a lot tougher than him well you prosecute always attorneys let me explain to you about what I ask you about your job okay go ahead let me answer about vault comite checks including their internal checks proved beyond a doubt they reach out for me I finish my investigation five months early they reach out for me they asked me to talk to miss the year mac I determined that their direction and control I reported back to them I discussed with them the statement is clearly from the techs their idea not my idea they asked me for my advice about the text I didn't tell them he must he should he have to you must I said I gave them my advice about what would give everybody comfort that the corrupt Ukrainian government different corrupt for a long time was on the right road that was willing to root out corruption no matter who it hurts without fear or favor the wait our agencies should be able to do what don't we have you covered up for Democrats battle after Republican how do you back because we have a corrupt system going on a washing call the double standard do you back not broken we're going to continue to have an alienated America and they're in Rudy kept going cut number eighteen it it it it it is however the government wasn't doing it the witness is it came to me he told me a story that still has to come out which is they try to get it to the FBI for a year and a half from we're talking now almost a year ago when I first got the mall or investigation was hot and heavy there was still going after I still later all the mature early all right surely I could get to defend my client which by the way I should be praised for because that's what a good lawyer does I was I was still worried that they were gonna do some kind of a collusion nonsense because I know how corrupt some of those people are mostly a far again to white so I had to defend my client Ukrainians came to me I don't go after Joe Biden they handed it to me they said that there's a lot of evidence of collusion in Ukraine and by the way one of the guys involved in getting that evidence cut off is Joe Biden do you know what he did I said no I don't know what he did and then they showed me they showed me the tape of the twenty eighteen confession that he made from the council on foreign relations which by the way for Republican the Washington press Corp including you our would have gone crazy we've had three months of investigations of that so just what happens with Biden you're talking here about covering up well they don't cover it up I think it's been covered they are not being investigated also.

"kristen wagoner" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"kristen wagoner" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The supreme court having won numerous high profile cases of late and they've played a role in over fifty victories advise court. They are back at it. Again, this time arguing case that will have profound impact on businesses, especially those run by Christian. I spoke with eighty f attorney Kristen Wagoner on the Hugh Hewitt Show. Kristen Wagoner now, let's turn to something. The court did on April. The twenty second it announce it will review three cases next term that address whether it is coming nation on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity violate the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four I expect ADF to be involved in any or all of these cases. Well, the hair senior homes case is our case, we represent hair senior homes, and they came in the case is, you know, congress passed pedal seven nineteen sixty four which prohibits sex-discrimination and the lower court is suggesting that sex silently includes gender identity. How could the nineteen sixty four act have anything to do with sexual orientation that I think precedes stonewall? I mean, it's just not on anyone's mind in nineteen sixty four. Now, and it wasn't. And I think you know, sex is effective is based on biology gender identity is a fluid objective content concept, and we have to be able to say that business owners can rely on the laws that are in place and not expect a judge to change those laws based on political ideology. And so yes, I think it's a simple question. But the issue in our society, and in the public squares more complex than his, you know, congress is considering changing the law now, which if you include gender identity in in these types of lives, they will be all kinds of negative consequences, especially for women and children and the rights that women have gained in the public square. But if congress chose to do that that would not mean that would mean it was not a constitutional issue. But a statutory issue. I'm more concerned with courts reaching into old statutes and inventing new rights because there is no there is no stopping that. Kind of judicial activism as opposed to negative judicial activism putting genie's back into bottles. When you let genie's out of bottles. They go everywhere. You're absolutely right. Federal court should not be able to rewrite statute it's just it's not their role. And if congress wants to change the law, it has to do that in this particular case changing, the law would regressive consequences, I think for our society that many people.

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"kristen wagoner" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"kristen wagoner" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Having won numerous high profile cases of late and they played a role in over fifty victories at the highest court. They are back at it. Again, this time arguing a case that will have profound impact on businesses, especially those run by Christian. I spoke with eighty f attorney Kristen Wagoner on the Hugh Hewitt Show. Kristen Wagoner now, let's turn to something. The court did on April. The twenty second it announce it will review three cases next term that address whether it is coming nation on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity violate the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four I do expect ADF to be involved in any or all of these cases. Well, the hair sooner homes case is our case, we represent hair senior homes, and they human the case is Congress's pass title seven in nineteen sixty four which prohibits sex-discrimination and the lower court is suggesting that sex suddenly includes gender identity. Eighty how could the nineteen sixty four act have anything to do with sexual orientation that I think precede stonewall, I mean, it's just not on anyone's mind in nineteen sixty four. Now, and it wasn't. And I think you know, sex is effective is based on biology gender identity is a fluid subjective. Content concept, and we have to be able to say that business owners can rely on the laws that are in place and not expect a judge to change those laws based on political ideology on so yes, I think it's a simple question. But the issue in our society, and in the public squares more complex than if you know, congress is considering changing the law now, which if you include gender identity in in these types of laws, they will be all kinds of negative consequences, especially for women and children and the rights that women have gained in the public square. But if congress chose to do that that would not mean that would mean it was not a constitutional issue. But a statutory issue. I'm more concerned with courts reaching into old statutes and inventing new rights because there is no there is no stopping that. Kind of judicial activism as opposed to negative judicial activism pudding genie's back into bottles. When you let genie's out of bottles. They go everywhere. You're absolutely right. Federal court should not be able to rewrite statue. It's just it's not their role. And if congress wants to change the law, it has the authority to do that in this particular case changing the law would wreak grave consequences. I think for our society that many people.

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"kristen wagoner" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"kristen wagoner" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Supreme court having won numerous high profile cases of late, and they played a role in over fifty victories advise court. They are back at it. Again, this time arguing a case that will have profound impact on businesses, especially those run by Christians. I spoke with eighty f attorney Kristen Wagoner on the Hugh Hewitt Show, Kristen Wagner, now, let's turn to something. The court did on April the twenty second it announce it will review three cases next term that address whether it is coming nation on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity violate the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four I do expect ADF to be involved in any or all of these cases. Well, the hair sooner homes case is our case we represent Harris senior homes, and they issue in the case is Congress's pass title seven in nineteen sixty four which prohibits sexist crimen. And the lower court is suggesting that sex sidedly includes gender identity. How could the nineteen sixty four act have anything to do with sexual orientation that I think precede stonewall, I mean, it's just not on anyone's mind in nineteen sixty four. Yeah. And it wasn't. And I think you know, sex is effective is based on biology gender identity is a fluid subjective. Content concept, and we have to be able to say that business owners can rely on the laws that are in place and not expect to judge to change those laws based on political ideology on so yes, and he gets a simple question. But the issue in our society, and in the public squares more complex than his, you know, congress is considering changing the law now, which take you include gender identity in in these types of laws. They will be all kinds of negative consequences, especially for women and children and the rights that women have gained in the public square. But if congress chose to do that that would not mean that would mean it was not a constitutional issue. But a statutory issue. I'm more concerned with courts reaching into old statutes and inventing new rights because there is no there is no stopping that. Kind of judicial activism as opposed to negative judicial activism putting genie's back into bottles. When you let genie's out of bottles. They go everywhere. You're absolutely right. Federal court should not be able to rewrite statue. It's just it's not their role. And if congress wants to change the law, it has to do that in this particular case changing the law would RIC grave consequences. I think for our society that many people aren't aware.

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"kristen wagoner" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"kristen wagoner" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Supreme court having won numerous high profile cases of late, and they played a role in over fifty victories advise court. They are back at it. Again, this time arguing a case that will have profound impact on businesses, especially those run by Christian. I spoke with eighty f attorney Kristen Wagoner on the Hugh Hewitt Show Christian Wagoner now, let's turn to something. The court did on April the twenty second it announced it will review three cases. Next term that address whether it is nation on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity violate the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four I expect ADF to be involved in any or all of these cases. Well, the hair senior homes case is our case we represent Harris senior homes, and they issue in the case is, you know, congress pass title seven nineteen sixty four which prohibits sex discrimination. And the lower court is suggesting that sex side and includes gender identity. How could the nineteen sixty four act have anything to do with sexual orientation that I think precedes stonewall? I mean, it's not on anyone's mind in nineteen sixty four. Now, and it wasn't. And I think you know, sexist objective is based on biology gender identity is a fluid subjective. Content concept, and we have to be able to say that business owners can rely on the laws that are in place and not expect to judge to change those laws based on political ideology. And so yes, I think it's a simple question, but the issue in our society, and in the public square is more complex than his, you know, congress is considering changing the law now, which if you include gender identity in in these types of laws, they will be all kinds of negative consequences, especially for women and children and the rights that women have gained in public square. But if congress chose to do that that would not mean that would mean it was not a constitutional issue. But a statutory issue. I'm more concerned with courts reaching into old statutes and inventing new rights because there is no there is no stopping that. Kind of judicial activism as opposed to negative judicial activism putting genie's back into bottles. When you let genie out of bottles. They go everywhere. You're absolutely right. Federal court should not be able to rewrite statue. It's just it's not their role. And if congress wants to change the law, it has the authority to do that in this particular case changing the law would recreate consequences. I think for our society that many people aren't aware.

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"kristen wagoner" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"kristen wagoner" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The supreme court having won numerous high profile cases of late and they played a role in over fifty victories advise court. They are back at it. Again, this time arguing a case that will have profound impact on businesses, especially those run by Christians. I spoke with eighty f attorney Kristen Wagoner on the Hugh Hewitt Show, Kristen Wagner, now, let's turn to something. The court did on April. The twenty second get announced it will review three cases. Next term that address whether it's coming nation on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity violate the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four I you expect ADF to be involved in any or all of these cases. Well, the hair senior case is our case, we represent hair senior homes, and they issue in the case is, you know, congresses pass title seven nineteen sixty four which prohibits sexist crimen. And the lower court is suggesting that sex sidedly includes gender identity. How could the nineteen sixty four act have anything to do with sexual orientation that I think precedes stonewall? I mean, it's just not on anyone's mind in nineteen sixty four. Yeah. And it wasn't. And I think you know, sex is objective is based on biology gender. Identity is a fluid subjective. Concept concept, and we have to be able to say that business owners can rely on the laws that are in place and not expect a judge to change those laws based on political ideology on so yes, I think it's a simple question. But the issue in our society, and in the public square more complex than his, you know, congress is considering changing the law now, which if you include gender identity in in these types of laws, they will be all kinds of negative consequences, especially for women and children and the rights that women have gained in the public square. But if congress chose to do that that would not mean that would mean, it was not a constitutional issue that a statutory issue. I'm more concerned with courts reaching into old statutes and inventing new rights because there is no there is no stopping that. Kind of judicial activism as opposed to negative judicial activism putting genie's back into bottles. When you let genie out of bottles. They go everywhere. You're absolutely right. Federal court should not be able to rewrite statute it's just it's not their role. And if congress wants to change the law, it has the authority to do that in this particular case changing the law would recreate consequences. I think for our society that many people.

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"kristen wagoner" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

09:33 min | 2 years ago

"kristen wagoner" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"It's still Monday Cording to my clock. I have the joy this hour of speaking with Kristen Wagoner, she's been on the program before you may know, her as the senior vice president of the US legal division and communications and general counsel in Arizona and Georgia and she's with the alliance defending freedom. We are big fans of the alliance defending freedom because we believe in religious liberty because we're Americans, and we understand how central that is. And Kristen does all kinds of stuff. She oversees the US legal division at ATF and she's on the line right now. Kristen welcome to the program. Hello. It's nice to be with you. Oh, it's great to have you. I wanna talk you that so many things, but let's start with the southern poverty Law Center. This is something that I feel like years ago many years ago. When seventy brought up the southern poverty Law Center. I had a generally good feeling. I thought these are people who care about the poor southern poverty Law Center. And then it seems something happened to them, and they became a wholly owned subsidiary of the left wing of the Democratic Party. What what is your take on this organization because so many people hear about them in the news, and it's just getting worse and worse. I think it's an organization that's traded on the goodwill that they had from decades ago and the work that they did in combating racism, and they traded that in to instead pursue direct mail marketing to foment hatred and turn racial fears into a weapon who basically bludgeoned ideological opponents their Gresley anti-christian, and they have flat out said their goal is to destroy groups that disagree with him. Now, that's extrordinary when you say they're flat out anti-christian because I would have thought in the beginning. They would have been Christian. In other words, the roots of the southern poverty Law Center, along time ago would have been within the Christian faith, what do you suppose happened? Why don't know if that was actually true, Eric, I'm I I do think that it started out as well meeting. But when you look back into the history of TLC, there's no question that it from the beginning had the homework of direct now schemes, and I mean, how many nonprofit organizations do you know, that have a one hundred twenty million sitting in offshore accounts rather than being you? I can't believe you just said that is that is that right? Yeah. Yes. The southern poverty Law Center has one hundred twenty million sitting in offshore accounts. That's bizarre. I can't believe they have that much money. That's what's been reported. They also I think have it's been reported about a five hundred million dollar endowment in addition to the Bernard. Okay. And so they have of course, weaponized this and all the goodwill that both of us know that they once had to combat and pretty much everything I believe in. And I assume most of you believe in it's it's a strange thing. So what is the new news on the southern poverty raw center? There's actually an editorial in the Washington Post today. I haven't had a chance to look through all of it. But one of the pieces I've heard that is contained in it. As it even Twitter now is backing off of using the SPIC. I mean, the problem with than cities nature of what the SPIC does is that corporations are going along with their agenda and their marginalizing and trying to basically remove peace-loving organizations from the public square using this SPIC hate group list, which basically compares peace-loving organizations to violent racist groups, like terrorists groups, and the KKK and the Nazi party. I mean, I don't remember. Jesse Jackson doing anything quite this bad? But it's the same concept right now. There's you come in. You seem friendly. You say you're going to work with corporations. But then you sorta shake them down. If they don't play ball, you say that. If you don't give money to us to help you do what we think needs doing. We will brand you as a racist company. We will pick it you that's affected with the southern poverty Law Center is doing except on a larger level. Well, they're also wanting violence. I mean, just to be clear on that. Whether it's the attack against Representative Steve Scalise the attack at the Family Research Council. We are we were sharing office space the violence against Charles Murray, all of those were as peo- fees rhetoric. Fomented bet violence now we get that on our side. Right. People say abortion doctors killed people will blame me or you or whoever they wanna blame. How is it that we're elect directly linking to the P L C? In other words, the ski Steve Scalise shooting which took place, obviously, I'm a baseball field. What is it over two years ago? I can't remember but horrifying. I didn't know that the SPIC was in any way linked to that. It was and I think it's important to point out, especially conservatives believe very much as do Christians that actions that people take our results of individual choice. And of course, those who perpetrated those crimes or are responsible for this. But in each of instances, those attackers said that they've looked at the hate map, but SPIC created or a press release that the SPIC Santo comparing, you know, conservative ideas or people on their list to terrorist groups and the KKK, and that's what incited those attacks. It's it's mind blowing really that we're we're at a at a point now where it's not just the SPIC. Although there one of the leaders in this. But this is what has replaced debate in America. If you don't like someone you demonize them, and you try to crush them by calling them names. And it's it's working, unfortunately, in many cases, but to call someone a racist or to say that they are homophobic, or transphobic, or whatever it's an attempt to shut people down. And it sounds like the SPIC really has taken the lead on that. Well, very much. I think the consequences of it can't really be overstated. If you think about it in terms of corporations that are using the SPS's list to disenfranchise nonprofit organizations organizations like eighty s we one nine supreme court decisions in the last eight years only one of those decisions had anything to do with LGBT issues and religious freedom. And yet that's what supposedly landed on this hate list. Amazon smile his used the list Witter his uses with Spotify. His use this list to disenfranchise people from being able to participate in the public square. Okay. So that's really the headline which I have led with is that they I guess recently put ADF on this list. They put us on the list in two thousand sixteen and it's but it's it's gotten to a much more significant. Period right now, where corporations have been picking up and using these with and I think what's bringing it to the forefront. Now is thankfully, the moral rot that exists with an ESPN has been exposed investigative journalists and charity watchdogs from the left and the right have discredited them and said, they have no moral authority, they're engaging in gender discrimination, racial discrimination. And again, the it's their financial practices are highly suspect. Well, and not to say that the dis who is is the head. There has recently been the subject of all kinds of of sexual harassment allegations racial discrimination, and some of the stuff you're talking about. So the chickens are coming home to roost to coin a phrase. It's extraordinary stuff. We have to. We're going to take a break. We're going to be back with you in a few minutes. Kristen to continue this conversation. We were just in Anaheim the other day, and I was able to connect with somebody who's doing something stroke. So extraordinary a young man he and his wife have adopted some frozen embryos. They have implanted them in in his wife's womb. They have raised them. They raising these children. It's an extraordinary story. So we're gonna play that the book is frozen, but not forgotten. And then we're gonna come back and continue the conversation with Kristin Wagoner. Kristen thanks for being with us. And we'll be right back..

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"kristen wagoner" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"kristen wagoner" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"McCullough radio. What's an unusually big news day for Friday, and we were still rolling through a lot of headlines that are coming on. And we've got a lot yet to discuss. So don't go away for the rest of this hour, but for this next segment. One is brings the story to your attention. I was not aware of this until I saw it in Fox News early this morning to artists could face jail time. This is under a new era Zona anti discrimination ordinance, quote, unquote, that would punish them for. We'll take two guesses refusing to service same sex, weddings, re Anna Kaczynski, enjoying Duca of the brush and nip studio are challenging the new law, and it stipulates that they could face aveer punishment for not creating artwork for same sex, weddings. Their attorney Kristen Wagoner said that they could be sentenced to six months. For jail every day that they break the new law plus ensuing, civil penalties and fees Americans shouldn't have to wait to be thrown in jail before they can challenge an unjust loss. At Wagoner who noted that the women are preemptively challenging the law to avoid breaking it in the future. So there's there's a lawsuit filed. But this is this is what they could be up against. Should they be found? Guilty of breaking this new ordinance. Someone who knows a little bit about such a thing. Lost a TV show with his brother, the our authors and entrepreneurs motivational, speakers, etc. He's got a new book actually coming out with our publishing arm Regna republishing in February, but David and Jason Benham are not strangers to either the Christian nor conservative communities in America and David rejoins us here at Kelham McCullough radio. David, welcome. Hey, thanks for having me. Kevin preciado it when you hear about this happening, again, this is happening in the aftermath of the of the the the cake baking case that's been decided is it's in the aftermath of some of the photography cases. That have been decided what what goes through your head that states are still trying to force people to do something that their conscience doesn't allow them to do. Well, first of all the first thing that goes through my mind, which goes through probably most Americans lives is the she of the sexual moral revolution. You know, fashion designers are hailed as heroes for refusing to design Melania, Trump dress for the inaugural ball, and yet cake bakers and forests are called haters for not choosing to endorse messages are against their convictions. I mean, this is just it's hypocrisy of people are really sick of it. So I appreciate the alliance defending freedom. And these ladies in Arizona that are looking to do this pre enforcement action. It's important that they deal with these things. So that our children don't have to be compelled by government force to act against their convictions. Yeah, I think and I'd started talking about this about two years before masterpiece case even came about. But for a long time, we've been on a kind of a collision course on the same railroad track from one direction having groups that are all about sexual rights and wanting to have their expression and do what they wanna do. And the other is the firm first amendment protection that people have. To worship and believe is they wish and these two have been on a head to head collision course for a long time. And now, it's it's it's, you know, we've had some glancing blows at the supreme court and some other things, but there has there still seems to be even the masterpiece case there was the go back and now the state of Colorado's trying to re. Litigate that on a different level. I'm not even exactly sure of the of the argument that they make. But after the supreme court has said, no, this is a settled issue. He has the right to practice his faith and not be compelled to do something that goes against what he honestly believes David your brother have been impacted by this. You see these cases what what's it gonna take to to get some sort of certainty? To where there's a finality on this issue. Yeah. Well, I we have to understand the resolve from the radical left the ceiling always becomes before in the moral revolution. I they come through acceptance, then they want celebration, then they want appreciation, and now it's forced participation, and and we have to actually have have an awareness across the community across America that looks feeling will become the floor. They will not stop. So we have to be very resolute in articulating on point. So here even from my brother, and I we HDTV when we got fired sums up for firing us because we live in a free country. They are a business. They can make a business decision if they want. Of course, I disagree with the reason they fired us because they got bullied and intimidated by the mafia. But regardless I believe they had the right to fire us right on the other side of this coin this revolution. Does not have the. The right to use government source to force someone against their conviction. Where's it gonna stop? So are we going to force jewelers to make jewelry with Nazi Germany jewelers to make jewelry with Nazi swastikas on it? Are we gonna force Muslim bakers or Muslim delicatessen owners to serve a ham? I mean, where's it gonna stop? So do we have to force a family.

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"kristen wagoner" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"kristen wagoner" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Your brain. Shell is very entertaining every day on the Michael Medved Show. And we hope not only be entertaining, but in lightning and right now, we wanna enlighten you about a very important clause, which is called the alliance defending freedom. We're in our final few days of our campaign to help these great people in a great great cause. And we want them to be able to continue their ongoing battles and support of your religious liberty challenges spring up in the most unexpected places, for instance, barrel Stutzman, who I happen to know is a florist here in the state of Washington. She owns a beautiful floral shop in in Washington state's called Dr Nells flowers, and she met with a longtime testimony will happen to be gay. And she was providing flowers all the time friends. And when he said, hey, can you do the flowers for my wedding? She politely declined, she didn't want to use her floral artist. History. She said as a Christian that's not something that I wanna to take on here. And she actually wrote down names of other people. She thought would be good now as alliance defending freedom. Attorney Kristen Wagoner who I've also had the chance to meet who is terrific as she tells us, the customer elicit. And then surely wasn't upset at all. Neither was his partner. But the state attorney general was listen. Yes. The attorney general contact of the couple and they didn't file the initial complaint. The attorney general ticket on after reading reports in the media and the attorney general has relentlessly pursued Barron I'll ever since the attorney general's actions are sending very unmistakable message to bury now and anyone like her that if you dare to decline the government will bring about your personal and your professional ruin if you don't help celebrate same sex marriage. See this is a very very important thing to keep in mind. Because when you think about cases, like this a lot of people think, well, it's a matter of there's a conflict between two people and the government is sort of leaning on one side, it's not a conflict between two private citizens. It's a conflict between a private citizen and an interfering bullying intruding government in this case, the state attorney general and thank goodness alliance defending freedom has won a lot of these skirmishes, and they're going to continue to do so the barrel. Nell Stutzman case has not been settled yet. But you can be part of it be part of.

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"kristen wagoner" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"kristen wagoner" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Realty Puget Sound. Entertain your brain, very entertainment every day on the Michael Medved Show. And we hope not only be entertaining, buddy enlightening. And right now, we wanna enlighten you about a very important clause, which is called the alliance defending freedom. We're in our final few days of our campaign to help these great people in a great great cause. And we want them to be able to continue their ongoing battles and support of your religious liberty challenges spring up in the most unexpected places, for instance, Baranov Stutzman who I have no is a florist here in the state of Washington. She owns a beautiful floral shop in in Washington state, call Dr Nells flowers, and she met with a longtime customer will happen to be gay, and she was provided flowers all the time friends. And when he said, hey, can you do the flowers for my wedding? She politely declined, she didn't want to use her floral artist. She said as a Christian that's not something that I wanna to take on here. And she actually wrote down names of other people. She thought would be good now as alliance defending freedom. Attorney Kristen Wagoner who I've also had the chance to meet who is terrific as she tells us the customer list, and then surely wasn't upset at all. Neither was his partner. But the state attorney general was listen. Yes. The attorney general contact of the couple they didn't file the initial complaint attorney general ticket on after reading reports in the media and the attorney general has relentlessly pursued baron I'll ever since the attorney general's actions are sending very unmistakable message to bear now and anyone like her. But if you dare to decline the government will bring about your personal and your professional ruin if he don't help celebrate same sex marriage. See this is a very very important thing to keep in mind. Because when you think about cases, like this a lot of people think, well, it's a matter of there's a conflict between two people and the government is sort of leaning on one side, it's not a conflict between two private citizens. It's a conflict between a private citizen and an interfering bullying intruding government in this case, the state attorney general and thank goodness alliance defending freedom has won a lot of these. These skirmishes and they're going to continue to do so the barrel. Nell Stutzman case has not been settled yet. But you can be part of it be part of.

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"kristen wagoner" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"kristen wagoner" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Your brain. Shell is very entertaining everyday on the Michael Medved Show. And we hope not only be entertaining, but in lightning and right now, we wanna enlighten you about a very important clause, which is called the alliance defending freedom. We're in our final few days of our campaign to help these great people in a great great clause. And we want them to be able to continue their ongoing battles and support of your religious liberty challenges spring up in the most unexpected places, for instance, vernal Stutzman who I happen to know is a florist here in the state of Washington. She owns a beautiful floral shop in in Washington state's called our Nells flowers and she met with a longtime testimonial happen to be gay. And she was providing flowers all the time their friends, and when he said, hey, can you do the flowers for my wedding? She politely declined, she didn't want to use her floral Artis. History. She said as a Christian that's not something that I want to take on here. And she actually wrote down names of other people. She thought would be good now as alliance defending freedom attorney, Kristen Wagoner who have also had the chance to meet who is terrific as she tells us, the customer elicit. And then surely wasn't upset at all. Neither was his partner. But the state attorney general was listen. Yes. The attorney general contact the couple they didn't file the initial complaint. The attorney general ticket on after reading reports in the media and the attorney general has relentlessly pursued Barron I'll ever since the attorney general's actions are sending a very mistake of a message to bear now and anyone like her, but if you dare to decline the government will bring about your personal and your professional ruin if you don't help celebrate same sex marriage. See this is a very very important thing to keep in mind. Because when you think about cases, like this a lot of people think, well, it's a matter of there's a conflict between two people and the government is sort of leaning on one side, it's not a conflict between two private citizens. It's a conflict between a private citizen and an interfering bullying intruding government in this case, the state attorney general and thank goodness alliance defending freedom has won a lot of these skirmishes, and they're going to continue to do so the barrel. Nell Stutzman case has not been settled yet. But you can be part of it be part of.

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"kristen wagoner" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"kristen wagoner" Discussed on KOMO

"Signatures by july six to qualify for the fall ballot weeks after signing with a baker who declined to make a cake for a same sex couple the united states supreme court has just sent the orleans floors case back to the washington state supreme court vacating the decision against her komo's carleen johnson has the details us supreme court justices met behind closed doors just a few days after the decision that went in the colorado bakers favor to consider the case from here in washington of a florist in richland who declined to make arrangements for a customer same sex wedding barron l stutzman cited religious beliefs and our decision not to make the arrangements for her longtime customers kristen wagoner with the alliance defending freedom represented her she's been doing this for forty years and the government has said you must stop creating six expression if you're going to represent god's what she believes god's design of marriage according to her fate in one man and one woman today's decision from the nation's high court vacates the state court ruling that went against orleans and orders them to reconsider her lawsuit in light of the recent decision that went in favor of colorado baker who said he would not do a wedding for a same sex couple because of his religious objections carleen johnson komo news a washington state trooper says he didn't fully understand the implications of putting confederate flag outside of his home in silverdale trooper james manning is flying an american flag in front of his home now but less than two weeks ago there was a confederate flag that was placed above his patrol car the kitsap sun newspaper started investigating and contacted the washington state patrol state patrol says that wendy was confronted manning said the flag was a family heirloom he didn't understand the implications and promptly took it down i don't think he wanted attention how do you not know where it means everybody knows where the department policy says trooper's behavior must not discredit themselves or the patrol since manning took the flag down immediately his supervisor says the matter has been resolved and a major milestone for medical marijuana treatments for the first time the fda approved a cannabis based drug dell people suffering from rare epileptic seizures the drug is called epi dialects it's for patients age to an up the active ingredient is canada dial also known as cbd and unlike thc the medication does not get you high the fda has approved synthetic versions of some cannabinoid chemicals to provide pain relief for.

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"kristen wagoner" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"kristen wagoner" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Interview goto dot com slash repeat jack phillips in the league also join me on the hugh hewitt show after the big victory billups and kristen wagoner welcome how do you feel today very relieved business at the cake shop yesterday it was pretty crazy yesterday who are you start making win get back well congratulations on nothing congratulations to you argue is the jet seven of the justices joining surprise you because i just by was so obvious accord again but as it has before by the government has no realistic society this decision especially given dicta about pastors not having to participate in same sex i think this tastes go the on jack's cake shopping i think it does it does as well get affirmed important principle just as that people on both french debate deserve tolerance anderson that the government can't put them on the scale amish one side just because it agrees with them so in a barren hills flourish shotting whether or not this will impact and maybe give our audience some idea litigated there well we are optimistic the positive impact on barren off case since the case for thursday and critics on monday deciding how to case it could grant her petition a case or it could g offending it back to the washington court to determine her fate based on how the case jack pillar of the alliance defending freedom how did to you because i want people to go to my what ends support atf and the opening button there how did they find you review that because i certainly comes into my shot and there are just some messages that i can help with that correct colorado to in any worse jack for us business expensive living the burden on his life and that's the downside to these by the government is jack forty percent of his business over six years he's gotten regular death threats you've had six of ten employees that the strain on his.

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"kristen wagoner" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"kristen wagoner" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Freedom of speech and the free exercise of religion at the supreme court phillips attorney emphasized freedom of speech during oral arguments many questions arose about which wedding related activities would rise to the level of speech but in his opinion justice kennedy in the majority took a surprising turn and essentially punted on the question of speech altogether instead he wrote the colorado civil rights commission's consideration of this case was inconsistent with the state's obligation of religious neutrality has kennedy put it the civil rights commission exhibited clear an impermissible hostility toward the sincere religious beliefs of jack phillips justice kennedy scolded the commissioners for telling phillips that religious beliefs cannot legitimately be carried into the public sphere or commercial domain for implying that religious beliefs and persons are less than fully welcome colorado's business community for saying that freedom of religion has been used to justify discrimination slavery in the holocaust and for saying that claiming religious freedom is one of the most despicable pieces of rhetoric people can use now reading kennedy's opinion it's clear that jack phillips prevailed because kennedy along with justices kagan and brier saw that the commission's actions were driven by hostility and animus toward religion and religious people as the alliance defending freedom attorney kristen wagoner commented after the ruling tolerance and respect for good faith differences of opinion are essential in a society like ours this decision makes clear that the government must respect phillips beliefs about marriage so where does all this leave us in the mini respects the ruling itself and by which i mean the wording not the margin was a narrow one it's still far from clear what level of respect kennedy was looking for or how the court would have ruled had the commission not been so completely horrible to jack phillips thankfully justices thomas and gorsuch did address the free speech claim a phillips and their concurring opinion both agree though that there's no way to know with a similarly situated person such as florist baranov stutzman would prevail bail on these grounds still this is a win if for no other reason than a loss would have been a disaster if the court had it allowed the colorado commission to get away with their flagrantly hostile conduct they would have launched an open season on people of faith in the.

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"kristen wagoner" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"kristen wagoner" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Freedom of speech and the free exercise of religion at the supreme court phil phillips attorney emphasized freedom of speech during oral arguments many questions arose about which wedding related activities would rise to the level of speech but in his opinion justice kennedy in the majority took a surprising turn and essentially punted on the question of speech ought to gather instead he wrote the colorado civil rights commission's consideration of this case was inconsistent with the state's obligation of religious neutrality has kennedy put it the civil rights commission exhibited clear an impermissible hostility toward the sincere religious beliefs of jack phillips justice kennedy scolded the commissioners for telling phillips that religious beliefs cannot legitimately be carried into the public sphere or commercial domain for implying that religious beliefs in persons are less than fully welcome colorado's business community for saying that freedom of religion been used to justify discrimination slavery in the holocaust and for saying that claiming religious freedom is one of the most despicable pieces of rhetoric people can us now reading kennedy's opinion it's clear that jack phillips prevailed because kennedy along with justices kagan and brier saw that the commission's actions were driven by hostility and animus toward religion and religious people as the alliance defending freedom attorney kristen wagoner commented after the ruling tolerance and respect for good fake differences of opinion are essential in a society like ours this decision makes clear that the government must respect phillips belief about marriage so where does all this leave us in the mini respects the ruling itself and by which i mean the wording not the margin was a narrow one it's still far from clear what level of respect kennedy was looking for or how the court would have ruled had the commission not been so completely horrible to jack phillips thankfully justices and gorsuch did address the free speech claim a phillips and their concurring opinion both agreed though that there's no way to know if a similarly situated person such as florus baranov stutzman would prevail on grounds still this is a win if for no other reason than a loss would have been a disaster if the court had allowed the colorado commission to get away with their flagrantly hostile conduct they would have launched an open season on people of faith in the.

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"kristen wagoner" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"kristen wagoner" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To travel for a state representative at dia lorry shame was arrested at the airport for having a gun on the premises she sponsored a bill in the 2017 legislative session to repeal prohibitions an ammunition magazines that bill died in committee sane represents the firestone area the case will be turned over to the denver district attorney for any possible charges this was the day for oral arguments in the case of the masterpiece cake shop of lake weighed in the owners claim that requiring him to create a wedding cake for samesex couples violates his constitutional rights attorney kristen wagoner where the alliance defending freedom says the comment from justice anthony kennedy reinforces the point she argued before the court argument tolerance requires respect for those with whom we disagree and colorado has neither been tolerant nor respectful of mr phillips and for that reason we asked the court to reverse the lower court's decision both joseph kennedy also says he worry that a ruling in favor of philips could open the door to merchants putting up upsides just buying not serving samesex couples on the grounds of religion david molins try to get the masterpiece cake shop to create a cake for his wedding holds and felt rejected and we feel like secondclass citizens in our society the court is not expected to issue a ruling until june progress play by play man dave logan as john elway on our sister station are jiggles seven sixty the question that broncos fans all want to now have you already made up your mind if you've gone through the process entity come to the conclusion that you will not make any changes on that coaching staff until at the very least if at all after the season's concluded yeah yeah the broncos are three nine they've lost eight in a row next update at nine thirty rod dawson koa newsradio 850 am and 941 fm highly than in found roads have really quieted down this evening eastbound on westbound i 70.

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"kristen wagoner" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"kristen wagoner" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Out in colorado had the right not to make a cake for a gay couple whose getting married he says also a cake to anybody you everybody could buy cake with a rose audit everybody could buy whatever i'm i'm selling over here but i don't want to be forced to make a cake for gay marriage because it goes against by christian beliefs very very interesting case is more now from jim rupe jack phillips owner of masterpiece cake shop in life you colorado says he never refused to charlie craig and david balans service the could've bought anything in the store he simply did not want to bake a wedding eight because of his religious beliefs the same way he says his convictions prohibit making case for other revenge go do cakes for halloween items cakes for doubts were party with cakes for eight years current american is attorney kristen wagoner contends the free speech and exercise clauses in the first amendment both guarantee his right not to bake that cake it would violate religious conviction arguments are expected in the fall i'm jim rupe very interesting in the dan nother words she says i won't make a i won't make a gay cake or kk the represent gay marriage i won't sell to gay people i won't sell two straight people i i won't sell to anybody i just won't do it to you by any other cake i have here and i'll do certain thanks key for everybody but i won't do something that i i disagree with now what if what if a states satanic group walk into was bachop and said the we'd like you to make a a cake with the devil audit that really portrays the devil in a good light would be forced to do that what if the guys be christian right what if another group comes in and says we want you to make.

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