23 Burst results for "Law Institute"

A protected right? Free speech and social media

WGN Programming

06:35 min | 3 months ago

A protected right? Free speech and social media

"President Trump was banned from Facebook and permanently banned from Twitter. For certain inciting language. We also watched his Amazon suspended the right wing social media platform parlor from its sight lawsuit ensued. It's pending. People are crying. First amendment has been violated. What are your rights are their First Amendment rights when it comes to Social Media and consortium media banned people for reasons that it feels are appropriate. Joining us to talk about this is very interesting is she was Eric Goldman. Who is a professor of LOT Santa Clara University School of Law in the Silicon Valley, his co director of the high tech Law Institute, and he is gonna explain it all to us. Hi, Professor Goldman. Thank you for joining me. My pleasure. Thanks for having me. I'm gonna start by asking you Is there a first Amendment right that a person has to use Twitter. The short answer is no. The First Amendment only applies to state actors entities of the government. Since Twitter is a private actor, private publisher. It's not covered by obligations that the government is So in and I just I wanna explain it this way. If I am saying things that are harmful or offensive, and I say to Twitter what you have to publish them, it doesn't create a First Amendment problem for Twitter. Meaning Twitter can't be forced to publish things that it doesn't believe are appropriate. Is that a fair way to look at? Yeah, that's 100% correct. In fact, if you look at the First Amendment guarantees the right to freedom of speech and freedom of the press, And so when Twitter is choosing to publish their party content, it's acting is a function of the press. So the First Amendment applies under that freedom of the press obligation Now, people there's something about it that Is driving everyone crazy because in this country, we believe we can say anything at any time. And who is it? Who are our Amazon? And who is Facebook? And who is Twitter to tell us what we should be hearing and not hearing. Explain to our listeners. Is this fair and I guess there's two questions. Is it fair? And what are the legalities of that? And what are the What are the ramifications of that? Yeah, it's the same question that we have with your own radio station that everyone's listen to. Right now. That's radio stations are obligated to provide air time to any listener who wants to call in. He just him screaming in terms of who calls in and then if someone's out of control, saying things that are inappropriate, you're going to cut the mic off and none of that. Whatever assume is a violation, their First Amendment rights, they would say. That we expect this radio station Tonto cater to its audience. So the entire premise of um WGN making sure that the broadcast continents fit for its listeners. It's identical to the thought process that we applied to places like Twitter or Amazon that they're going to publish what they think it's fit for their audience. I'm going to give out our phone numbers. I'm better. Some people have some questions for our professor here. 3129817 200 Let me play doubles advocate here and you look at the statistics on where people get news and this is so different than it used to be. When I was a kid. We was all the newspapers and and news on television, And now much of it is done on social media Getting news from The Internet and and things that are published online. How fair is it to have certain people be in charge of deciding what's harmful, inoffensive and what's not, and a lot of people are saying, you know, I hear all this horrible racist stuff that we, you know, on Twitter, but yet we are president can't be on Twitter. And what did he say? And what How is it that that was worse than what somebody else said? How is this fair? And how should we deal with this from a legal perspective going forward? Well, I think that people have very different views about what's fair. So I find that when we start shifting the evaluation metric there, um I think that we're probably not going to end up agreeing that a zoo community But just you went back to talking about how things were when you were kids. I don't know how far apart we are in aged, But when I was a kid in the mid 19 seventies, there was one local newspaper, and there were three television stations that could reach a community, right? WGN was one of them on and in those days, um even in when there was such Linda channels to reach a community there was a Supreme Court case called Miami Herald versus Tonio with the Supreme Court said You can't force that newspaper the only one that's catering to that local market to publish content that they don't want to publish that violates our freedom of the press. And so, it's said. That's true, even though that paper might have a local monopoly, even though there's only that one. We still don't think that that's permissible under the First Amendment. We're making incursion on their free speech rights. So you see why the conversation about fairness is so difficult because I want the right deal. Say whatever I want whenever I want. You said that earlier, um but but the reality is that we have to look at all the different competing interests when we think about Uh, who gets the right to say What toe Which audiences? Okay, so again, I'm just gonna go over this, because is there any obligation on the part of Twitter? Let's say to be fair, meaning if I said the same thing you said, and they cut me off and they didn't cut you off. Do I have a right to sue? Do I have a right to somehow have a legal argument that I'm not being treated fairly and I deserve to be treated fairly. It's a really great question, and I think it really gets at the heart of the challenges or bedeviling services like Facebook or Twitter. They really aspire to treat like cases equally. That if the Jackson birds, we say, said, by people in the same circumstance that they would apply the same rules to those that's an overwhelming challenge. It's actually not possible with the volume and scale that services like that engage in. It's simply not possible them toe always treat like cases equally, despite their best efforts, despite their intent. Um, but the reality is that because they're deciding what's safe for their audience, even if they make an arbitrary decision, one of which a content that was okay on day one from person A first would be a day two is cut off. That's their prerogative, and that's actually quite legally protected and their several layers legal protection. 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"law institute" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:10 min | 8 months ago

"law institute" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"I will forgive you. If you haven't noticed what with all the yoga pants and the dirty T shirts that we're actually in the middle of Fashion Week season, New York's and London's have wrapped up Milan's is going on right now, and Paris is will round out the sequence next week. At all four events. The runway shows have been scaled back, socially distanced and mostly virtual, an indication of how the fashion industry like so many others, is trying to make sense of a world under lock down. Marketplaces. Erica Barras takes us there. In the program for his New York Fashion Week, event. Designer Tom Ford wrote that at the height of stay at home orders, he felt passion should simply go into hibernation for a year. He's not alone in that thought. Susan Scott. Pity with the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham says thes Fashion Week shows are in some ways a placeholder. Because at the moment the way we dress is really the way we don't dress anymore fewer places to go fewer formal event a significant percentage of people still working from home. She says. That means designers and the companies that distribute clothes have to evolve last week Rent the runway known releasing workwear and formal wear said it's getting rid of its unlimited subscription. Retailers that sell high fashion have shuttered supply chains have been backed up in you. Luxury marketing professor to my sad, Ari says. There's The general feeling of uncertainty, right? We don't know where we're going to manufacture the product. We don't know what the product will look like. We don't know what our life would look like to even imagine the products. The products for now, on the virtual runway. Couture masks flow Here come fear, clothes and home decor. Fashion Institute of Technology professor Leticia Braun says designers are using this time to rethink what they want to create and what consumers will buy. Brown says her own style has changed. Now that she spends lots of time on video calls. I'm looking at neckline. So am I wearing a crewneck or V neck. I want to make sure perhaps my necklaces a statement necklace, something that they can actually see that's influencing what she and other shoppers happened. Buying America Bears for Marketplace.

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Fashion Week Is Actually Happening---at Least in Paris and Milan

90.3 KAZU Programming

02:10 min | 8 months ago

Fashion Week Is Actually Happening---at Least in Paris and Milan

"I will forgive you. If you haven't noticed what with all the yoga pants and the dirty T shirts that we're actually in the middle of Fashion Week season, New York's and London's have wrapped up Milan's is going on right now, and Paris is will round out the sequence next week. At all four events. The runway shows have been scaled back, socially distanced and mostly virtual, an indication of how the fashion industry like so many others, is trying to make sense of a world under lock down. Marketplaces. Erica Barras takes us there. In the program for his New York Fashion Week, event. Designer Tom Ford wrote that at the height of stay at home orders, he felt passion should simply go into hibernation for a year. He's not alone in that thought. Susan Scott. Pity with the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham says thes Fashion Week shows are in some ways a placeholder. Because at the moment the way we dress is really the way we don't dress anymore fewer places to go fewer formal event a significant percentage of people still working from home. She says. That means designers and the companies that distribute clothes have to evolve last week Rent the runway known releasing workwear and formal wear said it's getting rid of its unlimited subscription. Retailers that sell high fashion have shuttered supply chains have been backed up in you. Luxury marketing professor to my sad, Ari says. There's The general feeling of uncertainty, right? We don't know where we're going to manufacture the product. We don't know what the product will look like. We don't know what our life would look like to even imagine the products. The products for now, on the virtual runway. Couture masks flow Here come fear, clothes and home decor. Fashion Institute of Technology professor Leticia Braun says designers are using this time to rethink what they want to create and what consumers will buy. Brown says her own style has changed. Now that she spends lots of time on video calls. I'm looking at neckline. So am I wearing a crewneck or V neck. I want to make sure perhaps my necklaces a statement necklace, something that they can actually see that's influencing what she and other shoppers happened. Buying America Bears for Marketplace.

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New York City-based Brooks Brothers to see how bankruptcy suits it

All Things Considered

02:20 min | 10 months ago

New York City-based Brooks Brothers to see how bankruptcy suits it

"Filed for the legal protections of Chapter 11 of the U. S bankruptcy code this morning. Lockdowns and working from home obviously had not been great for the menswear industry. But Corona virus isn't the only thing Brooks Brothers has been dealing with of late. It's go to offering the business suit has been going out of style for years now. Oregon police Justin Ho has more on the rise and the fall of the men's uniform of the business World. Brooks Brothers opened its first store in lower Manhattan in 18 18 when the U. S was made up of 20 states. Future customer Abraham Lincoln was only nine years old when the suit as we know it today started becoming popular in the late 19th century Brooks brothers cashed in. They were right there at the heart of finance at the heart of politics, Really when America was getting it starts? Susan's graffiti is the founder of the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham Law School, she says Brooks Brothers really popularize suits that were ready to wear off the rack that helped that suits fit more people. That's confetti says it also made the suit and the high status that represented more accessible. Everybody had tohave Brooks Brothers suit if you're going to be and they'll class or upper middle class or even another class business person. Graffiti says. By the middle of the 20th century. The suit also became a symbol of corporate conformity. Think mad men. But in the 19 nineties, casual Fridays had become a thing. Then Silicon Valley. Okay hoodies and sneakers and casual became mainstream. Justin Shack, managing director at Rosenblatt Security's on Wall Street, remembers the suit and tie days. I used to own Brooks Brothers suits back when I'm starting my career, and I can't remember the last time I did. Since 2014 the market for men's suits has shrunk by 11% according to the research from Euromonitor and menswear has changed with the Times can get in Cohen's Rothman's menswear store based in New York, he says his biggest seller these days is there. So we saw a lot of genes. We sell a lot of sport codes with Gidon says the suit isn't dead. But the suits he sells tend to be fashionable suits meant for special events. It's not really classic work where that's not what the young guys looking for a suit. The Koven 19 pandemic has only made things worse for the suit. Industry is people work from home in stars have closed. His Brooks Brothers files for bankruptcy. It says it's seeking a buyer for the grant. I'm

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg awarded $1 million Berggruen Prize

AP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Ruth Bader Ginsburg awarded $1 million Berggruen Prize

"Up another big win for the notorious RBG Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is the winner of this year's one million dollar Burgruine prize for philosophy and culture the award from the Burgruine institute in Los Angeles honors gives birth for her pioneering legal work for gender equality and her support for the rule of law institute says Ginsburg who's eighty six will direct the money to charity the Burgruine prize was established in twenty sixteen by philanthropist Nicolas Berggruen to honor those who have quote profoundly shaped human self understanding and

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"law institute" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"law institute" Discussed on No Agenda

"Spent deduce sched after hearing adam's comments on vaping being in the insane media coverage of the <hes> alleged lung illnesses. I felt it was necessary to set the record straight. I've worked on regulatory and legislation vaping issue since twenty eleven i lead what was at the time and still holds the record for the large lar- the largest vapor trade associations in the space and since departing the organization. I've consulted to companies larger and small large and small. I speak routinely at meetings like all like all. The annual tobacco conference hosted events by the food and drug law institute. She goes was on with their background vapor. Industry is regulated but no vaping projects have been approved by the f._d._a. In fact there's very little very very little. There's no bowel going. They said the large battle a large battle. You want me to realize this is very small here. Well you might the promise yeah. This is the one moment that you picked to thing where the sun hitting the base of my monitor your shafts and write it flat base and slamming me in the face okay so let me pick it up in fact there's a very large battle going on who's likely final outcome and wipe out all vapor products on the market as of may ten twenty twenty any vaping product that has not submitted a p._m. Ta pre-market tobacco application will be considered sittard an illegal product this is this is actually some interesting news. This is content here so to address one of your quotes directly. There are no approved products products that have gone through the regulatory process jewelry to routinely gets torn apart by the media the f._d._a. and the c._d._c. In every anti tobacco group out there jewel has been excoriated by pretty much everyone so they're not protected or immune from media coverage. I don't work for jewel. <hes> ultra took a thirty percent investment in jewel to the tune of thirteen billion and they don't own own the company. Oh crap thirteen billion. They only have thirty percent. Can you believe that in fact they don't even have a board seat and direct no activities jewel including their media coverage. The vaping illnesses being poorly reported on largely attributed to synthetic t._h._c. or backroom type stuff. Yes we did say that not vaping products like nicotine containing liquids in them for a very good overview and more read this article from sleeping three sixty and as a euro and and let's see the same data claims jewelers responsible for the epidemic of teen teen vaping lumps in plumpton together nicotine based products with marijuana based as products which are used quite a bit amongst teens. It is true that t._h._c. cartridge producers do not generally add nicotine to the mix although such product does exist if you ever want factual information about the regulatory shit storm is about to destroy the vaping industry..

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"law institute" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"law institute" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Way, Appleton on NewsTalk five eighty one zero five nine AM, Jay. And that's the problem. Nobody cities counties villages municipalities states are letting the wrong people go. We can't let that go. I mentioned earlier after I think it was recalled and said, judges, you'd be held responsible as well. The tone of renegade is in the word that seems to be leaking through the country where people can just do as they please and not obey the rules law. I just found this, and it kind of tax along with it a speech yesterday to the American law institute. Bill bar, criticized the ability of the lower courts to impose nationwide injunctions against presidential decisions, lower courts now, he spoke about the president of ministration trying to undo the Obama era DACA program, which granted protection to the illegal immigrants who were brought in here, the United States children. You know that all of this. He says is a violation of the separation of powers. Can this is all being done again because of Donald Trump and the dish? Stain for Donald Trump. He says instances like this 'having Bill bar highlighted a number of troubling consequences of the rise of nationwide. Injunctions by lower courts now. Yeah, this is a little bit in the weeds a little technical. But it it underscores amplifies what I've been talking about bar said these nationwide. Injunctions have frustrated presidential policy for the most part, and for most of the president's term. And there's no clear end in sight. We're more than halfway through the president's term in the administration has not been able to rescind the signature immigration initiative of the last administration, even though it arrests in tirelessly on his executive decision. He also said, these injunctions have injected the courts into the political process, and that's what happened, these court actions, and these courts have become little political areas of individual biased end. Power Steve on KM j you right now. Go. Hello, steve. Goodbye. Steve. Can hear that breathing in the background. But I so agree with Bill bar with my limited knowledge of the law that these nationwide injunctions by courts violate the separate of powers. There's too much going on that shouldn't be going on because individuals in a legal capacity. Her overstepping the law. Bill also noted that the President Trump had planned to use DACA has a part of his negotiations. With those, you know infamous congressional leaders. To come up with an immigration deal. He's not able to because of some of these lower court deals, and because of how he's being blocked at the executive level, you know, the other courts struck down, the repeal of Dhaka. So the bargaining disappeared. Time just adding that. So these injunctions, these injunctions, according to Bill bar, inspire, and I'll, quote him unhealthy litigation tactics. And I mentioned he's saying that because of some states courts, trying to issue, injunctions against injunctions made by courts in other states. That is overstepping. He followed me there. Some states are trying to issue injunctions against the injunctions made by other states..

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In a commitment to hire more women directors, Universal accepts the 4% challenge

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

04:18 min | 2 years ago

In a commitment to hire more women directors, Universal accepts the 4% challenge

"KCRW sponsors include southwestern law, schools, Biedermann, entertainment and media law institute study, entertainment and get a law degree in two three or four years apply or take the virtual tour S W law dot EDU slash KCRW. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter, and Matt we know we had that speech about the inclusion writer memorably at the Oscars last year about trying to bring in more diversity more women and the women have really lagged and representation, particularly when it comes to directing movies. So there has been this thing called the four percent challenge, which is not well named because it is it's reflects the number of women who directed top movies in the past several years four percent. But the goal is not to have four percent of movies directed by women. The goal is to get various talents and institutions to commit to having at least one movie directed by a woman in the next eighteen months, and it looks like they are. Making some progress. Yeah. I mean, this doesn't this is not revolutionary. This is not going to change the business overnight, but Universal Pictures sign onto this. And the Walt Disney company CEO Bob Eiger tweeted about this yesterday where he actually said forty percent of our films. This year are directed by or coming from female filmmakers. I don't know that that is necessarily what this initiative is all about I think it's more looking going forward and how studios are going to start hiring with this in mind, but it is putting it on the front burner for a lot of these studios that they're being watched. Yeah. And a lot of talent important producing talent and directing talent and acting talent as are joining in people like Nina Jacobson, whose company produced among many other films. Most recently, I think crazy rich Asians people like her as well as Constance Wu and Carrie, Washington Reese Witherspoon Jj Abrams. These are all people Jordan Peele saying that they will. Will commit to work with a female director in the next eighteen months. And so that adds up the pressure. This is all initiative, I should have said, I guess the beginning from time's up, and and it's something that they are actually doing that could eventually lead to a better break for women. I will also mention that Regina king became the first person to take up that challenge it when she made her acceptance speech at the Golden Globes another thing that might help here is we have seen that the state of Massachusetts in response to our reporting at the Hollywood reporter on alleged abuses on the set of the Showtime series. Smith had been looking to deprive that show of its tax benefit. They get a twenty five percent tax break they shot season two there and they're looking into revoking it because of these alleged abuses. But other states are sort of moving this direction of figuring out. Maybe we shouldn't just give whoever tax credits who are we should put some terms and conditions and one of those terms and conditions looks like it will be bringing more diverse people to make these films. That's an interest. Tactic. Because so many states now do have aggressive tax incentive programs to lure productions to their state. But what they're essentially saying now is we're going to use this money that we're giving out which Hollywood so desperately needs to kind of legislate some changes that Hollywood isn't moving fast enough on its own and that seems appropriate. If you're going to be giving money away, essentially to these companies, you might as well say, hey, how about having a diverse cast and crew how about not having alleged offenses or misconduct on your set? And if you don't adhere to these things you're going to have your money taken away and that is a potent weapon in Hollywood. Thank you. Thank you. That's Melanie editorial director of the Hollywood reporter. He joins me this Monday at two o'clock on the business. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown KCRW sponsors. Include Warner Brothers pictures, presenting one of the year's most celebrated films. A star is born now nominated for eight Academy Awards, including. Best picture for consideration. In all categories. This podcast was made by public radio station. KCRW our status as a nonprofit enables us to make bold and unusual programs. But we need your support to keep it that way donate or become a member at KCRW dot com slash join.

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After The Atlantic expos, will Bryan Singer continue to work in Hollywood?

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

05:00 min | 2 years ago

After The Atlantic expos, will Bryan Singer continue to work in Hollywood?

"KCRW sponsors include southwestern law, schools, Biedermann, entertainment and media law institute study, entertainment and get a law degree in two three or four years apply or take the virtual tour S W law dot EDU slash KCRW. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter, and Matt Hollywood is talking about the Atlantic's expose on Bryan singer. And we have covered Bryan singer, many people have taken a swing at trying to write the definitive expose on Bryan singer. It took these reporters a year to write this article. But finally, they have an on the record source and some who are not on the record who are alleging that Bryan singer raped them when they were underage, and it the question now is what if anything will happen, right because this expose has dropped not only in the middle of an Oscar race where a film that is still credit. Wanted to Brian singer as the director bohemian rhapsody, even though he was fired off the project is now in the mix for best picture and best actor among others at the Oscars and Bryan singer had lined up more work. He was scheduled to direct this red Sonja movie for a substantial pay day for millennium films that we'll see if that ever happens now. Yeah. I mean, the broader question, of course, also goes to the culture of Hollywood because I would argue that the the whispers and more than whispers about Bryan singer were as prevalent in Hollywood as the whispers about Harvey Weinstein. I think it was as much of an open secret probably for just about as long and we've written stories where we've kind of skittered up to the edge of this kind of allegation, but it has been very very difficult and again credit to these reporters to get anybody to go on the record even two or even to talk in detail and offer credible allegations off the records because that is when you offer aid because when you off. For details that identifies you, and I I know from doing these stories people, even when they are told they can speak without their names being used are afraid of identifying details and afraid of retaliation. We should say that Bryan singer has denied these allegations. And he has called them, homophobic. You know, the the Bryan singer case was always interesting because so much of the claims centered around this company called den D E N that was a kind of early first internet, boom company and the CEO of that company was a good friend of Brian singers and later was accused of sexual assault and pled guilty and is now a registered sex offender. But there was a mansion that was associated with that company where all sorts of things were alleged to have gone on. And Bryan singer was a big part of that. And there was a case about four or five years ago where somebody that actually sued Bryan singer and court made pretty scandalous. Allegations against him. And that case ultimately fell apart, and the plaintiff was found to have made up some things. So because that particular case fell apart a lot of people kind of shied away from the Bryan singer story. And ultimately he was found to have some inconsistencies in some of his allegations. They were dismissed, and because of that Bryan singer has always been able to say since then that he was falsely accused and that, you know, people have kind of shied away from him because of the bizarre nature of that initial claim. But no longer I will note that others who are who are also named by that accuser have subsequently been named by others who were on the record. And so Brian singer is not the only one in that circle who has been accused, credibly. I would say, and I will also say that many of these people who are assaulted and victimized are damaged, and it is then easy to discredit them later as this article points out it's reminds me a little bit of. Of you know, Scientology, they always have people come in and say, well, these people were damaged and they're liars. Well, there that's probably why they were insci- Haji when you've been the victim of an assault. Maybe there are behaviors later drug problems emotional problems that make it easy to say, you're not credible. And that is one of the central problems in getting these cases resolved. Thank you, Matt. Thank you. That's not Belony editorial director of the Hollywood. Reporter. He joins me this Monday at two o'clock on the business. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown KCRW sponsors include Netflix, presenting the original film Roma now nominated for ten Academy Awards, including best picture. Best director Alphonse oh Koran and best original screenplay Roma. Now playing in theaters everywhere this podcast was made by public radio station. KCRW our status as a nonprofit enables us to make bold and unusual programs. But we need your support to keep it that way donate or become a member at KCRW dot com slash join

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"law institute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"law institute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Do you think that the Bank of England will actually follow through where is the business and market information? That drives your success. This game of chicken is gonna end. And where will you find information on political events around the globe? Is this going to have an impact on the Chinese economy anywhere? And everywhere you are is America energy independent. Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app, and bloombergradio dot com. Bloomberg the world is listening Asians from Bloomberg television. Here's Emily Chang on Bloomberg technology. You is a fellow at the Georgetown law institute, protect law and policy as well. As a former counselor at the FCC joins us now from Washington, so GD what does a shutdown at the FCC actually looked like it really depends on how long the shutdown lasts the shutdown lasts only a couple of days. If there were filings do of some sort those filing times will be delayed past the shutdown, but if the shutdown lasts a couple of weeks that could have a huge impact on mergers like the sprint t mobile merger or the proposed merger of Tribune. And next star. You know, filings get delayed people cannot work. So they can't work on the transaction. They can't have meetings with stakeholders so it could have an impact certainly on major proceedings and major mergers if if indeed the shutdown lasts more than just a few days. So are we talking about a delay here? When it comes to these big potential mergers or could it actually change the result? I don't think it will change a result necessarily. I think delay is is the more likely scenario..

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"law institute" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"law institute" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Series of jokes a guru in. Part-time candy striper local hospital is here with this. Yes. Thank you very much. Yes. Lots of stories you just talked about it. Well, this is the perfect perfect segue here for me where the middle class income talk about winning again rose to a record level in two thousand seventeen as the strong economy lifted the fortunes of many America, there's no Blue Wave orient blowing next headline here, and this one talks a Blue Wave forty million. Did you see this out of the Washington Examiner, forty million social security numbers have been stolen and used by legal immigrants and others to get work. According to agency records of pain by the immigration reform law institute. Next, just as a note of the estimates are that they're eleven million illegal aliens in the country that would imply them, those eleven million people have stolen four identities a piece or that there are far more than eleven million illegals in this country. Well, it says the immigration law institute said from two thousand twelve to two thousand sixteen there were thirty nine million instances where names and social security numbers on W. Two tax did not match the correspondent social security records. They're they're probably far more than eleven million individuals who are stealing this stuff. Because otherwise, you'd have these people each make sense. They basically said that there was a thriving and black martyr used by illegal immigrants to get social security numbers. So you can check out that entire story at the website. You can check out. I know Fox News stole my thunder on this one. I thought I'd mention it again, Chicago sets up universal income task force as they seek to tackle poverty. And and this is the direct quote from the Fox News. News article, which I find just astonishing the program would make monthly payments to a number Chicago families without any conditions and finally one more here have you seen this video is that our Facebook page where a store clerk a had a heart attack. And these two thugs rather than helping the guy decide, well, here's an opportunity to jump behind the counter steal some cigarettes and steal the cash. Register incredible incredible video you can check it out at me on Facebook. Check us out of wcbMcom and follow us on Twitter. Thank you. Thank you, sir..

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"law institute" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"law institute" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Pat gray returns. Oh, that was it simple enough, right? Yeah, I guess mean, what do you want to say? Gray returns? Kind of says it. All right. My. On the blaze, Pat gray returned. It makes it up a little bell. All right. Let's stick whatever. That's fine. All right. Triple eight. Nine hundred thirty three ninety three. I don't see how this is possible. Nearly forty million social security numbers have been stolen and used by illegal immigrants and others to work people that come here just to have. Right, right. The people who only create, I mean, the only crime they've ever committed the only crime ever committed and it's really not even a crime. It's more of a technical. It's it's like a a rule of thumb. It's a good safety to, sadly it is if you just you just you just disregarded are safety tip crossing the border illegally. That's okay. Don't worry about it. Okay. Committed identity theft. Now by stealing somebody's social security number, don't worry about that. Are you committed tax evasion by paying your federal income. We get separate families. Yeah, you break a rule of. Shouldn't be separated from your family now. We're going to go by. Yeah, we don't care about rules of thumb or rules of thumbs, or is it rule though, or is it real? The thumbs. I hate those. I always hate those. That's why attorneys, general room pisses me off. Just call them Turney generals. Oh, it's like. Runs batted in. RBI's I like, yeah, that's what I say. Because you're not going to say ours be. I sound stupid, right? So ESPN or somebody was leading the charge with that? Probably. ESPN they were trying to change the way we say star a couple of years. It was RBI. He has, yeah, to Harvey. I on the year. I hate that stop it. Stop it with your pseudo intellectualism it's a sports channel. Again, we're talking about these misplaced s.'s. I hit. Last week or whatever it was that word people's, you know, I just cannot. What is it about that word that just drives me nuts. I don't know. He pulls and other lands that's annoying. I've been reading a lot of textbooks with the kids and that we're all the time and it's just so annoying. Okay, people's, we'll try to avoid the word people figuring this show. Thank you. So the immigration reform law institute said that between two thousand twelve and sixteen thirty, nine million instan- instances where names and social security numbers on w. to tax forms did not match the corresponding social security records. Saul. Thumbs. Group said that there is a thriving black market used by illegal immigrants to get social security numbers needed to get a job. Well, that's just identity theft. Don't worry about it. Yes. If an American, you know, commits identity theft, they'll go to jail for, but you can't separate families from other places for that. Game, you're illegally, you can't separate them from their families. Their report draws attention to a move by former President, Barack Obama to stop sending so-called no match letters to employers. Notifying them that numbers used by employees on the wage forms, don't match their identity. The change followed the president's decision to approve amnesty for some seven hundred thousand younger imigrants let into the US under his deferred action for childhood arrivals DACA program. Some of those have been dubbed dreamers. Several groups promoting immigration reform and limitations have shown that illegal immigrants compete with low income Americans for jobs. No. And besides. So what if they do. To mazing. The Democrats try to say, oh, we need to have jaws all about the little job for the little guy all about on the other side of their mouth, their everybody have a job, even if they're foreigners coming in here, we just had a bad word now. I don't probably probably. Did you say foreigner Ono my career unless you're talking about the rock band. We don't wanna give jobs to. They wanna give jobs to rock bands that aren't really doing so well these days. Well, they're not in the hall of fame so they could use some help. But it's it's the social security numbers of young children are especially sought by illegal aliens as this theft is likely to go undetected for years. So while the kids are from zero from babies, tell, let's say sixteen, they're probably not using their social security number till they're ready to get a job. You know their first job. That's sixteen years of identity theft and fraud. Don't worry about it though. It's fine. The rule of thumb that's fine broken. This children reach late teenage years and apply for credit cards for cars for student loans and whatever else they may find their credit has been compromised with mortgages, credit cards, criminal records, that's great..

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"law institute" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"law institute" Discussed on 790 KABC

"I see if you come in here and now want operators like, ma'am, I'm gonna I'm gonna tell you to please don't say that. If you don't have a weapon, that's not a good. She goes, oh, I have a weapon it is loaded. It is ready to go and they ran off. But that was terrifying. For her to have to have that confrontation. Well, good. I'm glad yeah. Glad she had hanging. I'm glad you have one. Yeah. And maybe if a lot of people do I have to say in this instance, it might. You know, make burglars. Think twice about. Armed up. Have those guns that you made naturally? The the gun. It's interesting argument affects me, I always think we gotta get guns under control. I wonder if I'm being stupid, not getting your garden, get one. That's why we have so many. Now, I have gone, you know, in my house, but I don't have like gun racks or or kids for that matter. I don't. One that comes into my house. And I I'm not unhappy that you have it makes me feel like you're protected. Everyone else does. All right. Everyone else. Does know everybody else has a gun. I never known getting road rage with someone, you know, a handgun out of cut you off in other states. They can ride. Ashtray or whatever illegal immigrants have been cited in the theft of about forty million social security numbers. I mean, the black market for illegal immigrants to get social security numbers is thriving, according to the immigration reform law institute, they said from the years twenty twelve to twenty sixteen about thirty nine million instances where names and social security numbers and W two tax forms did not match the corresponding social security records. So this is really a problem for employers who can now be brought up on charges if if they're employing illegal immigrants, and yet these people have documentation that passes e-verify in passes other systems. And so what do you do when there's this black market for what do they do social security numbers? Will you can't do they have to be responsible for the employers? The uses employers are as are responsible. Businesses. No, no. But I understand how we can hold them responsible for what if what if they would if they had counterfeit dollars on them, and they were passing those. They didn't know it. You can't be responsible for that. They do. Yeah. That's that's that's is rough. Yeah. Another swipe against businesses. So we talked about this yesterday. Of course, Julie Chen absent from the talk on the season nine premiere amid her husband's ouster from CBS. However, she announced that she is taking a few days off from the talk. But she'll see us Thursday night on big brother. Now, here's a question. Once Moonves is out is she going to hold on to her job. I mean, I don't think we should necessarily punish his wife or his action. But no, I don't think by the way, if they are seen seem to be doing that. I think it would be a problem, right? Right. Unless unless you had some will here is you only thing to do was she protected in some way by him. Generally and might her job just come under jeopardy. The rest of us have our jobs under Jeff. She had a specific safety net that the rest of us three minute. Nonstop news. Blitz orange von Dr drew. It's time for traffic.

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"law institute" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"law institute" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Who has served as counselor to form fcc chairman tom wheeler was co founder and president of public knowledge and it's now a distinguished fellow at georgetown law institute for technology law and policy welcome to background briefing jason great to be here well thank you you're quoted in an article at wide a magazine cabinet on the supreme court could spell trouble for tech but let's just start with the fact that on may in may of twenty seventeen cabinet argued that net neutrality violates internet service providers festival moment writes in the descent to the dc circuit court decision regarding the fcc's 2015 order upholding net neutrality so you probably right in the midst of all that said give us your bird's eye view of what happened there well look you know i'm not surprised that a conservative judge would be against net neutrality but what is shocking and quite honestly radical other rationales that judge cavenaugh gave for for not supporting what we did in twenty fifteen first and foremost and this is and this is not only a threat it's a threat to any and all oversight over networks of any kind be they broadcast networks or cable systems or service providers he said that they do not service providers had first amendment rights that are absolute that trump's the public's right to an open internet and the trunk the government's right to demand public interest benefits from companies that use public rights of way and that really is a very fringe position this is this is the third time that neutrality was argued in front of the court and there's also the third time that somebody tried to make a first amendment argument that it richards providers had these you know first amendment rights that trump the public's rights but this is the first time a judge actually bid on that argument and and built his descent around it so the fact that he's being elevated to the highest court and you still made be on the fringe there but it automatically becomes more mainstream that it would have if you were not to be on the court well justice kagan recently in these recent decisions that came down for this morning could the union busting decision janice and the other decision in california upholding the rights of these deceptive practices of the family planning clinics that object to abortion those rulings were also based upon the first amendment that the speller genesis first amendment was so important that now the public service unions and basically going to be crippled in the democratic party is going to be defended it's extraordinary i think what did you make of justice kagan's comment that these conservatives on the supreme court weaponising the first amendment and now they've got somebody brett kamina much joined the court who's already made that argument in terms of net neutrality well you know fortunately i think there's a logical outcome of of of of a case like citizens united you know companies corporations are people my friend and i think that's exactly this is a very corporatists supreme court from john roberts on down and cavenaugh fits that bill beautifully you know but whatever you think about you know the union case and and and the other cases to say that media and telecommunications companies have some sort of absolute right to speak and cannot be regulated in any way shape or form is truly radical and what overturn like eighty five years of of precedent so yeah it doesn't surprise me it's it's it's it's right along the lines of of of a supreme court that believes that corporations have speech equal to individuals but it's extraordinarily scary for those of us who believe that you know these telecommunications and media companies ought to be serving the public well they used to talk about the fcc is the stewards of the public's ownership of the airways yeah that's that's right and that's what the communications act is all about i mean taken to its logical extreme kavanagh's position on you know into a terrorist providers of the first amendment couldn't validate the entire communications act of nineteen thirty four and allow companies like at and t and comcast and sinclair and you know and charter to completely runamuck and control quote unquote their pipes anyway they want and i that's just awful for our free speech and off of democracy and again i'm speaking with jason who served as counselor to form fcc chairman tom wheeler and was co founder and president of public knowledge and.

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"law institute" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

05:13 min | 3 years ago

"law institute" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"At georgetown law institute for technology law and policy welcome to background briefing jason great to be here well thank you you quoted in an article at wired magazine cavanaugh on the supreme court could spell trouble for tech bet with the fact that on may in may of twenty seventeen cabinet argued that net you travel the violates internet service providers first amendment rights in the descent to the dc circuit court decision regarding the fcc's twenty fifteen order upholding net neutrality so you probably right in the midst of all that give us your bird's eye view of what happened there well look you know i'm not surprised that a conservative judge would be against net neutrality but what is shocking and quite honestly radical other rationales that judge cavenaugh gave for for not supporting what we did in twenty fifteen first and foremost sentences and this is not only a threat to net neutrality it's a threat to any and all oversight over networks any kind they broadcast networks or cable systems or service providers he said that they do not service providers have first amendment rights that are absolute that trump's the public's right to an open internet and trunk the the government's right to demand public interest benefits from companies that use propublica rights of way and that really is a very fringe position this is this is the third time that neutrality was argued in front of the court and was also the third time that somebody tried to make a first amendment argument that internet service providers had these you know first amendment rights that trump the public's rights but this is the first time a judge actually bid on that argument and and built his descent around it so the fact that he's being elevated to the highest court and you still made the on the fringe there but it it automatically becomes more mainstream that it would have if you were not to be on the court well justice kagan recently in these recent decisions came down for the swing could the union busting decision janice and the the decision in california upholding the rights of these deceptive practices of the psycho family planning clinics that object to abortion those rulings were also based upon the first amendment that the speller genesis first amendment was so important that now the public service unions and basically going to be crippled in the democratic party is going to be defended so it's extraordinary i think what did you make of justice kagan's comment that these conservatives on the supreme court weaponising the first amendment and now they've got somebody brett kamina much joined the court who's already made that argument in in terms of net neutrality well you know fortunately i think is the logical outcome of of of of a case like citizens united you know companies corporations are people my friend and i think that's exactly this is the very corporate supreme court from john roberts on down and cavenaugh fits that bill beautifully you know but whatever you think about you know the union case and and and the other cases to say that media and telecommunications companies have some sort of absolute right to speak and cannot be regulated in any way shape or form is truly radical and would overturn like eighty five years of of precedent so yeah it doesn't surprise me it's it's it's it's right along the lines of of a supreme court that believes that corporations have speech equal to individuals but it's extraordinarily scary for those of us who believe that you know these telecommunications and media companies ought to be serving the public well they used to talk about the fcc is the stewards of the public ownership of the airways yeah that's that's right and that's what the communications act is all about i mean taken to its logical extreme kavanagh's position on internet service providers of the first amendment could invalidate the entire communications act of nineteen thirty four and allow companies like at and t and comcast and sinclair and you know and charter to completely runamuck and control quote unquote their pipes anyway they want and i think that's just awful for our free speech and off of a democracy and again i'm speaking with jesse jackson who served as counsel to form fcc chairman tom wheeler and was co founder and president of public knowledge and.

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"law institute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"law institute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The simply finding that there has been a waiver under these circumstances i think courts generally have avoided abroad ruling by simply saying that since sovereign entity exists in a market economy they've waived their immunity it's been a lot more specific than that so i think the final ruling the court does find against immunity might be based on the particularities of the of the stale explained the concerns of the tech companies that filed legal arguments against allergan well this is getting a little bit of an ongoing debate on the patent system between pharmaceutical companies and software companies pharmaceutical companies typically have tried to be very protective of their patents and i've been very wary of devices or mechanisms that congress may have created or the us pto may have created put patents under close scrutiny the software the it sectors however in general are a bit more wary patents says a lot more discussion in that in that industry about whether patents on software and information technologies do more harm than good and so there would be in favor of systems that would give more scrutiny to patents and really be very skeptical of things like this where they try to avoid the mechanism of the congress has created gauche director of the syracuse intellectual property law institute coming up on bloomberg law can the president pardon himself i'm june grasso it's nineteen minutes before the hour this is bloomberg the art and antiques in two thousand seventeen over four hundred thousand new jobs were created that's more than one.

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"law institute" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"law institute" Discussed on KOMO

"Gop chairman susan hutchinson declared her candidacy for the us senate on friday and a race against incumbent democrat maria cantwell gop analysts randy pepple telling us he believes hutchinson is a viable candidate to unseat can't well she's run before she's run a statewide organization she's well known and she'll bring all of that to the to the table in those member pepple says she's clearly the best republican in the race she is by far the strongest republican candidate i'm not trying to talk down any particular other person republican but but susan hutchinson will be in to come november in this crisis democratic strategist ron dots our though sees things differently i was thinking about this weekend apparatus in place without any fundraising place to jump into the race somebody must've coached your coaxed her into the race and i don't know that somebody was but you know you can't come into the united states senate race is ill prepared as she is and be taken as a serious candidate she doesn't have as you know a lot of history of electoral democratic strategist ron dots our and honor today for us supreme court associate justice ruth bader ginsburg ginsburg receiving the henry j friendly metal at the american law institute ninety fifth annual meeting the award was established in.

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"law institute" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"law institute" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Because it does not mean that cannot notify the police department if they are planning some sort of rate we will not from our department to damage its reputation anywhere near an ice rink the mayor of oakland california warned residents of an impending ice rate immigration customs enforcement rate and after she did that we found out that eight hundred or so illegal immigrants ended up escaping we couldn't find them we the ice did carry out various raids in the oakland area and three of the illegals who avoided capture have been since rearrested for new crimes including robbery and spousal abuse according to ice officials and that's just who they've caught you know there are a lot more than that so where are we now the state of play in california as the president sits down with various city officials mayors today in the white house the issue of sanctuary city in sanctuary state policies is a big one this midterm election cycle dale wilcox executive director and general counsel of the immigration reform law institute yeah and with they us now voted dale it's to good oppose to talk to the you trump listening administration's to libby chef lawsuit and she doesn't against want her police socalled anywhere sanctuary near cities these ice raids city i laws was reading the lawsuit piece was filed today against about california the nashville earlier police this year and was supported by the and san nashville diego county activists county who board are of pushing supervisors who governor did hassle vote him to join the lawsuit to against veto the california the republicans values act but the city no council sanctuary was cities always more liberal bill that they they have said so no we're not police doing that i and guess the city's nashville a san are diego saying well city we don't want thinks to be it needs doing more immigration homeless people enforcement because homelessness ourselves in san diego we don't want to be doing was always it a problem and his on only gotten more acute during the years.

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"law institute" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"law institute" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Four hundred nine total self driving cars with fifty three companies holding permits for operation among those fifty three is a partner of apples on the same day that mac reports hits with its list comes word that chinese ridesharing powerhouse dd choosing has received a permit to test selfdriving cars of its own in california according to a piece from n gadget california's dmv has issued an autonomous vehicle testing permit to dis american research weighing clearing it to operate self driving cars as long as there's a safety driver that revelation is kind of funny it was two years ago this month that up dropped a billion dollar investment into dj ing apple ceo tim cook said at the time we are making the investment for a number of strategic reasons including chance to learn more about certain segments of the china market wouldn't you think these two companies would be working together on the self driving car thing then again maybe they are and we just don't know for its part and gadget doesn't think dede will try to offer ridesharing services of its own in the states the site figures of the company would face the same problem here that uber didn't china fighting up held battle against us companies and their own backyard and finally today apple's head of environmental stuff is getting an environmental award nine to five max lisa jackson apples vp of environment policy and social initiatives is getting an award from the environmental law institute she's getting that in part for greening apple supply chain according to the piece the organization's president scott fulton said of jackson lisa has exemplified leadership and the beijing and commitment to sound science and the rule of law at each of her remarkable career she has been a tireless champion for both sustainability and environmental justice and his left an enduring mark on both the private sector and the public sector her work in greening apple supply chain.

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"law institute" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"law institute" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Joining us right now christopher hayek he's the director of litigation and at the immigration reform law institute chris good morning sir good morning hey let's talk about the yesterday the the supreme court of the united states heard the travel ban arguments because of a series of judges said that the president if i have this right basically didn't have the constitutional right to impose a travel ban because of the words he's used in the past and they considered it a muslim ban but the supreme court seemed to look favourably on the president's ability to ban certain countries are mimicry into the united states what's your take well i think it went well for the government in one sense in that they've probably won their case but how they win it is very important as what we should look at it in the in the opinion if indeed the government does win it's vitally important that the court not contradict the standing position that the establishment clause and its ban on religious discrimination doesn't apply in foreign policy because it implies that applies in foreign policy we would have no ability to deal with dangerous religious groups in the world and and i i should say you know decisions about who comes into the country our foreign policy decision even so even dangerous religious group out there now isis yes it's actually a religion not just a terrorist group they're a terrorist group because their religion everything they do their their desire to take over the world and subjugate everybody else who doesn't believe in their religion is based on their peculiar twisted form of islam right so i'm tracking chris said so let me let me just back up for a second so what you're saying is basically even if the president of the united states specifically instituted a muslim ban when it comes to the issue of if when it comes to an issue of foreign policy the cork should should continue to find that to be a constitutional use of his power yes the court should not be involved in that it's a political question the political system vets whether we want to discriminate or whether we want to look at religion because there's no other has to.

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"law institute" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"law institute" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The only way to keep this saga moving is to take matters into their own hands of course there's a lot of conjecture going on there but it's predicated on dynamics that otherwise are pretty well part of the publicly available information on this issue thus far reported anyway tell you while we're covering a number of items here as well obviously we got this going on and of course congressional leaders are asking the department of justice to launch criminal investigations into six former top obama officials with one of them echoed by the doj's own inspector general michael horowitz got to wonder will they act also commes memos show that actually he agrees that trump's travel ban is legally valid but it also exposes his own inconsistency on trump alleging allegedly telling him to drop the flynn probe that of course michael flynn the former very brief national security advisor for trump and the paradox here is that flynn himself is is coming across as almost sympathetic which i never thought could happen anyway without further do we have assisting in the opining and analyzing christopher hayek he is director of litigation at the immigration reform law institute he was an attorney at the center for individual rights in an office in the navy judge advocate general's corps where he was awarded the navy commendation medal on the basis of superior performance a good to have you on board christopher how are you today i'm great i'm happy to be here you'd have listen i want to dive into the issue of california fighting sanctuary policy but i gotta get a reaction from your real fast than this breaking news what's your take on this development with the democrats apparently a filing a lawsuit in new york to go ahead and sue trump as well as russia and wikileaks are they know the jacob's office this thing is is ending and as you said they have to watch tr try some government by lawsuit which seems to be what their experts did if the immigration field is any example well you know i thought they were bad faith grounds to the russian collusion investigation from the start i mean you got demoted fbi agent peter struck launching an investigation into the russian collusion mindlessness but it was all based on.

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"law institute" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"law institute" Discussed on WDRC

"And now california california sanctuary state for illegal aliens is possibly the subject of talk about secession as well deal wilcox joins me now executive director in general counsel at the immigration reform law institute deal what should we make of california taking to sanctuary states satis uh and and whether or not it protect illegal aliens against the rule of federal law despite the supremacy clause and whether or not it would might mean that someday california would simply break away from the rest of the united states you are a lorry a l poignant has really gone off the deep him with the fall uh several years by to have what they call the trust act with uh which added restrictions on immigration enforcement but now that don full monty gear and basically said federal government uh we're not going to assist you in any way and we are going to prohibit our state local law enforcement agencies from cooperating with you uh it's a it's an incredible brave and uh defiance of uh r a federal immigration laws and um at this point your right uh it it it it's the shock hurt around the country california has essentially said to the federal government stay away from us uh we want nothing to do with you and uh i guess it secession from union and snacks while i guess i may have to be it because you know you you point out in the piece.

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"law institute" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"law institute" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"It's a unique that's eu this unique spin on on motherhood you know i'm just like your mom dan i'm just like your mom who sometimes let you fucked adam to get through like a like a like a cool mom things were so different back into this this disturb me in 1962 the american law institute recommended that the legal age of consent be dropped in every state to aged hand seriously this is fifty two in fact until the mid 1960s the legal age of consent in delaware was seven not kidding like a fifty year old man could legally have sexual intercourse with the seven year old in delaware in 1949 so insane and like why that fucking h like how how is it like the politician you be like six is fucking ridiculous eight creepy so creepy okay so also nineteen seventy six years we are heading down the path of the wonderland murders john starts doing a lot of cocaine if we'd was kind of the drug of choice for hippies in the in the '60s coke was definitely like the disco party drug of this if the 70s i don't know if you've ever done coq but um i get it i get why is popular ivan than coca lots i i don't do it hey more i've done it i don't repair like five or ten times and every time i was like no this is fucking this this is absolutely the best.

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