18 Burst results for "Libertarian Group"

"libertarian group" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"libertarian group" Discussed on KGO 810

"Ironically, you know, these libertarian groups and some of these conservative groups have been arguing about this power for quite a while that Newsom has to literally shut down the state. He could go the exact opposite way and say We're open for business, baby, Let's go. And you know and and spread all sorts of falsehoods like Trump did to people that want to believe him again. You know, the thing that would be the most worrisome would be in a state that is 75% Democrat registration. That they could lose a an election like this, and it would speak to something uh or not. But it seemed to me would speak to something much more malevolent in our society that you know this kind of populism. This weird sort of, um you know, denial of the truth, sort of, uh, Ad nauseam approach. Is dangerous, and it's spreading. I mean, it's here in California. Now, whether we like it or not, Larry Elder is Trump to the United States 30 days before. The election or actually less than that. We heard of the audiotape and saw a videotape of the president saying he would like to grab a woman by her vagina, and I'm using a nicer word. Everybody thought it was over for him. It didn't hurt him at all. It might have helped him. So explain that look at elder. I think you know I wanted to be. I want to. I want to thank That this is over. But what do you think? Do you think that that these these numbers from past elections really offer a warning? I mean, I think that this, you know, brand of populism that you're talking about, Like how we even got here to begin with. I mean, yes, I think that the Republican base right now it seems to just be primarily focused on you know the fighter who's going to send the biggest middle finger to the ruling class here, which is the Democratic Party. That's why I think they have really bound themselves. Hillary Elder here. I think the Democratic Party has to look at this through a different lens, as opposed to just The masses are scary, as opposed to Hawaii are people here, so angry underlying conditions for a lot of people here are truly not great, and I think that they have to do a better job of positive messaging around us. And otherwise, we're just going to continue to see the type of polarization where, Yeah, All it takes is, I think 12% of the people who cast a ballot not last statewide race and will force a recall and we've got recalls. You know, beyond Gavin. We have recalls in San Francisco over there, especially with every call US in Los Angeles. There's a real discontent here with California's ruling class, and I think that The Democratic Party has to look at that and think about how they can actually when people back over and tamp down some of this anger, um, because it's going to be a real issue for them, as even if they are able to fend off recall attempts, the fact that we called sums happen to begin with. I mean, That was seen a thing that really derailed Scott Walker's political career. Uh, in Wisconsin. I mean, he's ended up surviving it, but the fact that he even had to face one was something that was seen as relatively debilitating for him there. That was that was that was, ironically, the exact opposite scenario. He was a crazy guy that the moderate people in Wisconsin got together to, you know to to try to end his career, right? Well, I mean, I think your definition of crazy and whether I think there's a lot of people here that think that Gavin Newsom is crazy. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. There's no nose. No comparison between Walker. And and and and Gavin Newsom, right. I mean, come on, right. I mean, I don't make policy judgments, but I think that there are a lot of people here that have, you know, I think there's I mean a lot of the things that Scott Walker did, as relates to union busting, I think riled up a lot of people there, and I think a lot of nuisance pandemic controls. And real or perceived hypocrisy Brown but a lot of people here and I think that they're definitely legitimate parallels to be drawn as it relates to both of them being, you know, Perceived as you know, the Ruling class power at the time, whether it was Walker setting a big corporations messing over unions or Newsome here rules for thee, and not for me, Um, that type of Marie Antoinette's type perception is a really powerful thing, and I think we're seeing that here. Last question again. Eric Ting myself. Join us myself gate. Um, So what should we look for? On Tuesday night? You know, obviously the pause because it's seven, right? And, uh, how much will we know that evening? So the polls close at eight. And so I've actually I reached out. Yes, I reached out a couple of weeks ago to the 12 biggest counties in California. All that to get back to me and so generally. What's going to happen is counties mostly are going to report their early arriving mail ins first. So they're early male ends and the three election day in person voting in this 10 Day period. And then the election day vote will come in silly after. So if in the presidential election we saw states like Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Georgia have the blue shift. There was Election day. First mail ins later, It'll be inverted here, so we'll probably get a big dump of free blue ballots. Shortly after polls closed after eight nuisance got this big lead well, then, beyond the prognosticators and analysts is to say, did he meet his numbers? Because the stuff that's going to come in from here is going to be pretty overwhelmingly red. Did he hit the marks? He needed a hit before the red shift begins, and I think we'll be pretty good idea of what turned out. Looks like and did he hit? You know those pre numbers? As the red shift, then gets processed for the next few days. So do you think Covid will play out in the numbers? In what way? Well, I mean, will it? Will it depress it was suppressed the numbers. I don't think so. I think that California is not I mean, the search has waned and what Delta in the Bay area and certain other portions of the state. To begin with here in areas where it's spiking. I think there's indications that areas what spiking people Are not taking it. Is that big a threat and still going about their daily lives, So I think there's going to be much suppression, if at all, especially in an election where every registered voter was nailed the ballot. I don't think of it is going to suppress turnout at all. Well, you've sufficiently scared a lot of our listeners. I think I'm not intentionally but with the truth. I mean, it is, um these polls are You know, they're poles, you know, And they're accurate, more often than not, But in this particular case, it's still enough to give some people pause. Eric. Thanks, buddy. You have a great weekend. We'll talk to you next week, okay? For sure. Have a good weekend, buddy. Thank you. Alright. Um Wow. Uh, you know again, you know, Red pill, baby, Give it to me. I want to. I want to hear it all. We're going to talk about that coming up at 5 35 on what the Franklin But coming up next, you know, the Texas abortion law. It's not what you think..

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"libertarian group" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"libertarian group" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Be careful where you spend your money but we should run. Why why did you tell you told us dan. It's almost unwinnable because what happens folks if we run quality candidates even in districts that are unwinnable. D plus handy plus twenty. If run good candidates we don't waste a lot of money but we fund them. Okay well what happened. the democrat. The democrats are forced to spend money there to in districts they never thought they would lose and therefore they can't then take that money and spend it swing district so we should always run candidates everywhere in every district no matter what but we gotta be careful with money. And money's limited spending on districts that i think are deep seven or less. Yeah yes right. He makes a good point. If we don't run when it's tepola seven and the next election will be fifteen plus thirty then the two thousand six hundred forty two which is definitely no good so yes run. Blue states campaign hard volunteer matters all right final question he dan. I'm feeling overwhelmed. It seems like everything. All caps is falling apart. Taxes are on the rise or schools are failing that inflation like. We've never seen it before any advice on where to start. I'm not done fighting harp short nineteen. Well i'm not done fighting. Either or shaw nineteen at all. Where do you start. We'll start where. I started given the answer a couple of times. Some of you may not have heard it though. The first thing you can do is just go to a search engine and find your local republican conservative group tea. Party group libertarian group. Wherever it is and show up. I mean it you have to go. You will find in meet people in these meetings ladies and gentlemen the networking matters. There's a guy i met. He ran for governor in maryland at a elephant club meeting. It was a republican club in in a- and arundel county maryland was a guy i met. He ran for governor. That started my political career. I'm not sure where. I would be right now if i hadn't attended that meeting and enjoyed that guy's campaign posture. You gotta show up. You have to go to these local clubs. I know it's an you know in the era of social media and the internet. I know it's not like the cooler edgy thing to do. Go to a meeting social clue. What the heck is that folks. No other way if you're really overwhelmed and you want to change things show up because you'll find little tidbits at these meetings. You'll learn about elephant club. Dinners lincoln dinners republican club. Dinners and you're gonna start to meet people then you're gonna find candidates you like and you're going to volunteer for them and you have the opportunity to change things but the best place to start is to show up at your local republican club and show up tomorrow if there's a meeting don't show up the note an empty room. That's the best place where i started. That's literally where i started the elephant club savona park maryland. Dave blanchard running the show toll. Dave dave almost seven feet tall good old days. All right folks. Thanks again for tuning in police out. My show unfiltered on fox news tomorrow. We have the national. Sousa david mcdowell pete hegseth. We also have the rebuttals back on climate. Change we'll see how that goes unfiltered saturday night. Ten pm eastern. Tom don't miss.

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"libertarian group" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"libertarian group" Discussed on KGO 810

"Who are not getting vaccinated. But I'll skip onto the issue which I wanted to call. I graduated as a civil rights, constitutional law and the law back in the sixties and seventies and work in the civil rights movement. It's pretty obvious. Yes to us Now. This is going to be an allegation, her alleged, But it was common knowledge that the reason that they would J. Edgar Hoover, the FBI and I know you know this, but it wasn't mentioned was basically taping. Yeah, Blackmail that you have. And I don't know why it's not being mentioned was for extramarital affairs and in particular with a a dawn African American woman or women and the big wanted that as we wanted leverage they wanted leverage over but and you're right that that there are allegations that he had affairs but many, at least according to the FBI. Many of these tapes are meetings that he had with associates, Dr Abernathy and others about, you know, a strategy, you know, for boycotts for marches, and they felt they wanted to know, but instead of getting a court order and doing it the right way they illegally did it So it doesn't really matter what they were doing it. They broke the law. No, I understand that, and it's a law graduate. I would understand it. But all I wanted to offer was back in the sixties and the seventies, particularly Bobby Kennedy as well. You also have the whole issue of trying to catch, uh, interracial relationships going over state lines in terms of being violative. I think that J. Edgar Hoover was so obsessed With Bobby Kennedy in particular. And then also, uh, Martin Luther King that they were quite frankly trying to grab whatever they can get to get rid of him and I eventually you know what they did, and they did it illegally as well by murderer any. Um, Yeah. You know, it's funny because I remember my dad when I was a kid. I was about 12 little a little older when he died, but Him talking about? Um, uh, the FBI and you know he was metropolitan police. And they didn't like the FBI because the FBI could take over any investigation anywhere anytime. They had a case where a congressman was drunk and hit the kid on the bike and the kid died and the FBI took the case over took it away from Metropolitan police. The guy guy was never prosecuted. I mean, so, Yeah, There was a lot of things that were wrong. And you're right, Hoover. We forgot to talk about Hoover. Super. You know, it was just a strange, strange man that actually had leverage on the president's that could appoint him or fire him. Um, yeah, He was very sick, Perverted man. Yeah, that's good. That's a good point. Thank you so much, Rick. I appreciate that. Um, let's go to Thomas. That's got us, Thomas. Um, Obviously, the FBI has these tapes. Still, I think that Biden should say Burn them get rid of them. Now, we This is not part of the public record. This is this guy's personal life. Yeah, I think Dr King those two important He's probably the most famous man and not just American history. But world history and all information is good. Just like all science is good, even if it brings bad results and situations. I'd rather just abolish the FBI. We're wasting our, You know our money and no, no, no. GI has a lot of great people in it, man. A lot of the FBI has a lot of wonderful people in it that they care about. You know, I don't know this for a fact because I can't prove it. But the reason we haven't had another attack since 9 11. I guarantee you, the FBI and CIA working together along with the NSA and the DEA and other groups are the reason why, but they thwarted attacks. They can't even reveal because it would reveal their sources. Um, yeah, There are people are bad. They're bad eggs everywhere, right? Bill Barr is a great example and go back to, you know, all the way back to the next administration and John Mitchell and others. Um, there have been bad people in that position, and we saw that the last four years with Trump. But, you know, I I think that we we can still have law enforcement at the highest level at the federal level and still trust them to do the right thing. All right, coming up. This is going to be interesting. I got an attorney from the Pacific Legal Foundation, which is kind of a libertarian group. It's a constitutional law organization. And we're going to talk. They're.

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"libertarian group" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"libertarian group" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is the PBS news hour from W. E to studios in Washington and in the West from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University. This evening. The U. S Senate on a rare bipartisan basis is passing a major piece of legislation designed to counter China and its global influence. The roughly $200 billion measure is also one of the largest pieces of industrial legislation ever to make its way through Congress. It still needs to be reconciled with the House version. Stephanie Sai has more Judy. The Senate bill invest billions in innovation and critical technologies, many of which the Chinese government has made a top priority for years and earlier, the Biden administration announced it was taking steps to ensure the U. S has its own supply of essential products and components, many of which are today manufactured in China. All of this is aimed at boosting U. S competitiveness with the world's second largest economy. Nick Schifrin joins me with more now, Nick. What steps did the White House take? And how do they fit in with the bill? The Senate is voting on This is the White House and Congress, making a statement that in order to take on China, the U. S must focus on itself. So first, the White House critical supply chain assessment identifies four main areas of focus. They start with semiconductors, then batteries as well as critical minerals. Think about rare Earths that end up in cell phones and pharmaceuticals. As well. These are many of Beijing's priorities. The administration says that it's trying to address the vulnerabilities and supply chains, many of which covid exposed and also strengthen US resilience and then in the Senate. As you said Stephanie, the U. S Innovation and Competition Act, one of the largest industrial bills in U. S history. It invests tens of billions of dollars in what are called key technology focused areas, basically reenergizing high tech research and development. It also boosts semiconductor manufacturing, and it makes some diplomatic statements a ban on U. S diplomats going to the Beijing 2022 Olympics and also another call for a covid origins investigations. The sum of the parts today, Stephanie once again an attempt to make the US stronger in order to take China. And that Bill is expected to pass the Senate Knicks tonight with bipartisan approach. But what do critics say about this approach to China? Yes. So Beijing is obviously the top critic who says that this is evidence the U. S. Is trying to contain China on the hill. Senior Republicans say that the bill was rushed through and therefore isn't as strong as it should be, because it contains internal contradictions. But in the House, I talked to progressive Democrats, who say that the bill goes too far is too anti China and members of the House Foreign Affairs Committee are already changing language on Taiwan and Beijing. We've talked too conservative And libertarian groups who say that the Senate shouldn't be in the business of choosing what research scientists do, and also called the bill protectionist. But in this polarized moment, Stephanie this is a bipartisan statement that reflects the administration's argument that the U. S. Can only go on defense with China can only call out and punish Chinese behavior. It also needs to go on offense, and it needs to stay competitive in its technology. In order to take on China, it really needs to get its own house in order. And obviously some agreement that the federal government should subsidize some of those high technology companies, which is a shift. Nick Schifrin. Thank you. Thank you. Vice President Kamala Harris is wrapping up her first international trip today in Mexico. She earlier visited Guatemala in a bid to stem migration from the countries of the so called Northern Triangle, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. Nick Schifrin is back now, with a look at Harris's trip and the thorny issues she and the administration are trying to manage. Yeah. Excellent eczema, Senora Kamala Harris In Mexico City this morning, A United front, flanked by Vice President Harris and Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez over the or the U. S. And Mexico agreed to help develop the so called Northern Triangle, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador home to 65% of migrants who try and make it to the U. S. United States and Mexico, Mexico and the US don't always agree on the tactics, but they share a goal of reducing migration by targeting root causes violence. The Northern triangle has homicide rates among the highest in the world. Poverty, the region's among the poorest in the Western Hemisphere in Guatemala that's produced hunger. The country is the world's sixth highest rate of chronic malnutrition. And so far this year more unaccompanied Guatemalans have tried to enter the U S than from any other country. The president and I also discussed The root causes of migration, in particular the lack of economic opportunity. For many people here in Guatemala Harris spent yesterday with Guatemalan President Alejandro Yama, to whom she is not beating on this trip reveals another root cause bad governance and corruption. Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez is considered by U. S law enforcement, a key player in drug trafficking and Salvadoran President naive Kelly is considered increasingly authoritarian. Guatemala, Harris announced a U. S Anti corruption task force and said better governance can convince families to stay home. Hope does not exist by.

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"libertarian group" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"libertarian group" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I think way. Didn't mention that the other day, but he didn't. He didn't mention that I gotta play this cup for you from Charlie Kirk hey, was long with love in this past weekend directly pertains. To what swab will just said. They're trying to create a narrative that half the country whether you realize it or not, they're actually a major existentially threat to the rest of the country that 75 million people. There's a bill that's been introduced by Congressman Brad Schneider from Illinois that will allow domestic agencies the ability with increased surveillance and infiltration against conservative Christian or even libertarian groups. You've heard People that have been in former heads of intelligence agencies list libertarians as part of that groups of people that might need to be monitored, infiltrated or stopped. That's the direction we're going out of this administration. Congressman Are you pleased? Look, The bottom line is we know that the cancel culture and we have to talk about it all the time. The bottom line is they believe that if you don't if you don't you don't agree with them. Then you're wrong and you need to be and I'll put it in quotes, cleansed. And I put in quotes because they have actually used that term levels of music and its and we've seen it in the Bolshevik Revolution. We've seen it and China and Cuba, Venezuela everywhere they practice Marxist. They go after God. They go after guns. Now we have Biden and obeyed. Oh, coming after our guns on And that's a diversionary tactic where the real thing everybody has to watch about. HR won the election bill, which we understand we may be getting coming next week to the floor. Uh, Universal Mail in balloting and everything. The one that says you can't do voter right? You can't do signature checks. You know you have. This is absolutely oh, and by the way in the government's going to fund political campaigns with hard earned taxpayer dollars. This is ridiculous. This HR one and and we believe that this gun control because there's no way you get gun control through the Senate. There is no way The bottom line is the diversionary tactic. You know, don't watch without don't watch what I'm really doing. What I'm really doing is ramming HR one through the legislative part coming up next recalls and comments. I promise we'll get right to you. So if waiting, thanks for waiting, and thanks to be a patient will Get you all with Congressman Andy Harris, in just a second. Also ask him about the independent 9 11 commission that Speaker Pelosi is proposing to look into the capital riots and in just a second, so stay tuned for that. And by the way, the Republicans have written a letter to the speaker. Very interesting letter signed by Jim Jordan, many others. As to why they like some answers on what happened on January 6th. And actually, what happened on the in the days leading up. You know, when they have, like 10,000 National Guard, they were offered and We're decline. Yeah, the president president offered 10,000. Now He's a terrible insurrection is that he actually was going to call out troops against his own people. So it's ah again. Doesn't make much sense. Does it? A Zafar is that goes all right. We're having some technical difficulties with Michael Friedman. So we'll get right to a cold here and then we'll get to Michael in just a second. Let's go to Bob in Parkville, Bob. Good morning. Yes. Good morning, gentlemen. And I've one thing to say to you. Sure. Thanks. You're welcome, sir. I want to talk about it, Comrade Cuomo. He, uh, the initial report words that he stated it was 7500 thing ceased. Because of what happened with the nursing homes. But the state, uh, disagree with It's a 15,000 or more. And he had enough nerve to write a book. Saying How great thing he wasn't handling this situation. Want to submit this one thing here. This man is a dangerous man to say the least. He should be brought up on charges because it's a cover up. Start with you want. He won't release the data and violently. Dead people he I should cover up. And the other thing is is he ought to be charged criminally. With involuntary manslaughter. That's what should happen to him. He should not only be in peace. By the state of New York. Issue. Also, I have to the space criminal crowd and criminal trial for involuntary manslaughter. This guy and his brother are nothing but human waste creds. Hi, Bob. Thanks for the call. You know, I think Judge Janine on Saturday went through all the statutes in New York that he could be charged with. And these are chargeable crimes. More so on the cover of Absolutely That's what I was going to say. You know, Bob, look at the beginning. People were uncertain what to do, But the bottom line is they fudged the data on then they did it for obviously political purposes. That is a crime. I mean, falsifying public information is a crime and And he should be held accountable for that. Because you know any and I know exactly is going to is gonna blame someone else. I didn't have someone lower down and let me tell you something. The buck stops at the governor's desk. The buck stops the governor. He's responsible for what happens in his administration. And again. He should just you should just admit it. If you just say, Look, we made a mistake. And now it's too late for that Now. Now he's tried it on. I think nothing Besides having an investigation. Perhaps prosecution is the debate discussion over these emergency powers. That they've given people like him. Newsome, Wittmer Ecological Hogan Hogan. I mean, all of them. I mean, look, Governor hook and changed our election process in Maryland. You know, you don't have to change.

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"libertarian group" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"libertarian group" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Libertarian groups such as the Pacific Legal Foundation are already gearing up for fights with the Biden administration over financial regulations, environmental rules new policies to combat the pandemic and other regulations. They'll likely be joined by Republican State attorneys general who fought President Obama's regulatory agenda in the courts. And one legal doctrine is likely be front and center. The Chevron doctrine. Joining me is constitutional law Professor Stephen Vladeck of the University of Texas Law School, Steve explained the Chevron doctrine and Chevron deference. It's a staple of modern administrative law. The basic idea is that if you have the complex federal statutes that administered by the agency like the Environmental Protection Agency, or the U. S Department of Agriculture, and there's something in the statute of him ambiguous. There's some authorities of the ambiguous There's some definition of ambiguous the ideas that court Generally differ two reasonable interpretations of that language by the agency on the ground that the agency is the expert that the agency is closest to the ground that the agency is in the best tradition. To understand what interpretation of the statute makes the most ends and that it's far more likely that the agency is going to have the right understanding of the baby with language, then generalist judges in the federal courts. And so since the 19 eighties, the Supreme Court has adhere to this idea that Where a statute is ambiguous and were clearly meant to be administered by a particular federal agency. The agency's reasonable interpretation of the statute just control in the Amy Cockney barrel hearing's not much attention was given to the fact that she refused to give an opinion on Chevron doctrine. Why do you think she ducked the question about a doctrine that's been accepted for more than 35 years? Well, it's a pretty poorly kept secret June that conservatives have been very hostile to the Chevron doctrine in recent years that there have been efforts to get the Supreme Court to revisit the Chevron doctrine. Justice Cavanaugh, for example, has written extensively about it has criticized the news on the D C circuit. So I suspect that in the vein of not answering questions about issues that are likely to come before her Now doesn't power, I think was thinking about Chevron as part of that as well. But the court has had opportunity was asked in a case about a year and a half ago, overrule or related doctrine to Chevron. We called our deference and the court didn't really do that. So I think there's an interesting question about whether the confirmation of justice Bharat now means has even more likely the court's going to revisit the Chevron doctrine or whether there really are enough off ramps enough ways around the Chevron doctor that the court distorted and feel the need to over Well it But you're looking at the larger point the criticism of Chevron doctrine at least the one that you hear from both like justice. Cannon off is that it's anti democratic. That is good in all of this interpretive power toe, un elected faceless bureaucrats in government agencies they've never heard of. But the alternative is good in the exact same power to unelected judges, not, you know, elected legislators or the president. And so I think the question is speeded up is who do we think is in a better position to resolve. Reasonable ambiguities in these kinds of statute, the folks who are administering them on behalf the federal government or the judges who are interpreting them naturally what the debate boils down and the justices debated that. In the case you mentioned from last year, Kaiser versus Wilkie here, it justices Stephen Bryer and Neil Gorsuch. Hundreds of thousands, possibly millions of interpreting regulations. I mean, they give us an example one of them. Or the court deferred to the understanding of the FDA that a particular compound should be treated as a single new active loyalty, which consists of a previously approved my itty joined by a non Esther Co. Vaillant bond to ally singing group. You know how much I know about that? One thing you're gonna know is you're gonna have an independent judge decide what the law is, in your case, consistent with a statute that says an independent judge shall decide all Questions of law. That seems to me a significant promise, especially the least and most vulnerable among us like the immigrant. Like the veteran who may not be the most popular or able to capture an agency the way many regulated entities can. Today. There's been a lot of speculation that if Democrats don't win the Senate on January, 5th and the Georgia run off that Joe Biden will have to use federal agencies like the EPA to advance his agenda. Yeah, I mean, pretty common at that. That's probably going to be fairly accurate point that Democrats don't control the Senate trial. They're gonna be very difficult for the by the administration to get a lot of legislation through Congress and so on things like climate change on energy reform On coded on, you know any number of things. Economic stimulus. Entitlement reform could be very, very hard for the bite administration to get legislation through a lot of pressure on the administration to do it must've it can't by executive order. End or through the agency's directly. And of course, that's going to precipitate challenges from steaks from businesses from private citizens in the court, arguing that the administration lacks the authority to act in these cases without Congress, and in so far June as those claims of authority, or based on old statues, right and so far is an interesting thing. We can issue these executive orders because old statues let us do this. That's where we're gonna get into fights over non delegation and Chevron because that's when we're gonna be fighting over just how much authority Congress conferred upon the executive branch in presumably vague and on Pacific delegations that it wrote in some cases 34 years ago, explain what Justice Roberts meant when he wrote that Chevron does not apply to regulatory questions with quote deep economic and political significance. What does that mean? Great question. I think a lot of Dollars and dozens have been trying to figure that out ever since he wrote that, But the idea is that basically when the question is sufficiently significant when it's a big enough question, like Implicate, you know, billions of dollars are massive nationwide federal programs that the court should not assume that Congress intended to be of so much authority for the agency, as opposed to the course that basically the more important issue Um or the statute should be interpreted with eyes toward Congress, one of the courts to resolve ambiguities. Of course, the tricky part is it is incredibly subjective to decide which cases fall into that category in with one Don't That is evident to me of both the decay of Chevron but also its continuing persistent that the court has tourney chunks out of it. But it hasn't gone after it full board and I think that's where the question of got this Barrett comes in. And what should be a special vote inappropriate case to scrap the doctor altogether. So then you already see at least five votes to scrap Chevron. I think it depends on the context. I have thought that there was the five vote for the court strikes down the related documents, so called our difference in the Kaiser our case last year, But the court didn't quite do that. And I think one of the interesting questions here is is Kaiser or a sign that the court after is going to be more reluctant to overrule doctors in this contact or with cause or just a bit of a loopy case. Because Chief Justice Roberts was willing to go along with most of Justice, Kate and opinion and even now with the press is Robert. That wouldn't be enough. Kaiser to museum is the real bellwether here because it's that boat line of pulls up. That means justice. Garret could be the fifth vote in a future case to really go after Chevron even if the chief is not willing to go there. Thanks, Steve. That Stephen Vladeck, a professor at the University of Texas Law School, coming up next on Bloomberg Law. Will Facebook be broken up? I'm John Ross. So and you're listening to Bloomberg. What's the.

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"libertarian group" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:41 min | 1 year ago

"libertarian group" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Its monopolistic power to control pricing. In a tremendous violation of justice. The suit claims that Google illegally maintains a monopoly over Internet search engines. I'm Brian showed This is Bloomberg Law With Joon Grasso from Bloomberg Radio. I've been talking to Professor Stephen Blahnik of the University of Texas Law School about a legal doctrine that could stymie Joe Biden's agenda. The Chevron doctrine Chevron doctrine comes from a 1984 Supreme Court decision, which grants agencies brought authority to interpret laws that are written ambiguously and has been sighted tens of thousands of times. Already. Libertarian groups such as the Pacific Legal Foundation are gearing up for fights with the Biden administration over financial regulations, environmental rules and new policies to combat the pandemic. They'll surely be joined by Republican State attorneys general who fought Obama's regulatory agenda in the courts, and the Chevron doctrine is likely be front and center. There's been a lot of speculation that if Democrats don't win the Senate on January, 5th and the Georgia run offs that Joe Biden will have to use federal agencies like the EPA to advance his agenda, explain that a little bit Yeah. I mean, you know this is I think, Um ah, pretty common after asked, That's probably going to be fairly accurate point that you know, Democrats don't control the Senate. It's probably gonna be very difficult. The by the administration could get a lot of legislation through Congress, and so On things like climate change on, you know, energy reform on coded on, you know any number of economic stimulus entitlement reform. No, it's gonna be very, very hard for the bite administration to actually put get. Legislation through. The Legislature could kill a lot of pressure on the administration to do it must've gotten by executive order. End or through the agency's directly and of course, that's going to precipitate, you know challenges from states from businesses from private citizens in the court, arguing that the administration lacks the authority to act in these cases without Congress. Bond is so far June as those clams and authority or based on old statue, right and so far is an interesting thing. We can issue these executive orders because old statues let us do this. That's where we're gonna get into fights over non delegation and Chevron because that's when we're gonna be fighting over just how much authority of Congress conferred upon the executive branch in presumably vague and on Pacific delegations. Wrote in some cases 34 years ago. Republican, eh? Geez fought President Obama's regulatory agenda and you mentioned Libertarian groups like the Pacific Legal Foundation are already gearing up for fights over some of the things you just mentioned. Financial regulations, environmental rules, etcetera. So they'll come before these more conservative federal appeals courts in many instances, But will the appeals court still have to apply Chevron deference? So I mean, the story after junior is formally yes. But of course, the course of fuels have no authority to overrule Supreme Court decision refused to follow it. Of course, you know, we've already seen plenty of examples of Court finding ways to say that they're not really bound by Chevron or they're not really bound by supreme forces in the space, So you know. Yes, no court can say I don't have to follow the Chevron because it's no longer but law. That doesn't mean we won't have lower court, you know, trying to carve out new exceptions to Chevron kind of fine, you know, plausible or implausible grounds for white Chevron doesn't apply, and I also think we'll start to see a whole bunch of concurring opinion. Some judges who, even if their clients these doctors, you are going to push the Supreme Court test to revisit and reconsider them. How is the Roberts court Been treating Chevron? I saw that Joshua Matt said the current Supreme Court majority is killing Chevron through disuse. What's your take on how the court's been handling Chevron? And I do think that the court has been chipping away at Chevron, and it's done that in a couple of different perspective, the first is that has had a couple of big cases where you know it's good. We don't even get to the Chevron analysis if the question is sufficiently important. The pin versus Burwell is your case is a good example of that. The second is that the court has found a couple of there's been a couple cases where the court just ignored Chevron when one might have thought that Trevor on analysis should have applied. But what's revealing about that tune is that suggest a court that police about our has not been willing to confront Chevron directly on guy. Think one of the big questions. Of many surrounding the confirmation of justice. Bharat is whether you know now with the farm or solid 63 conservative majority, is that another of those areas That the court until recently had been sort of, you know, dancing around that is now willing to confront head on. And if that's what it is not for, and you know, in the months and years to come explain what Justice Roberts meant when he wrote that Chevron does not apply to regulatory questions with quote deep economic and political significance. What does that mean? Great question. I think a lot of scholars and dozens have been trying to figure that out ever since you wrote that. But the idea is that basically when the question is sufficiently significant when it's a big enough question, like okay, Billions of dollars or math of nationwide federal programs that you know, caught with the court should not a few that Congress intended if he has so much authority. The agency as opposed to the course that basically the more important issue, the more the statue should be interpreted with an eye toward Congress, one of the courts to resolve ambiguities. Um, of course, The tricky part is it is incredibly subjective to decide which cases fall into that category in with one Don't And I think that you know, that is evident city of both the decay of Chevron but also its continuing persistent that the court has No Thorne chunks out of it, but it hasn't gone after it on his own. It has a guy after a full board, and that's where the question of you know, Justice Barrett comes in and what should be Expensive, inappropriate case described the doctor all together. Do you see five other votes to scrap Chevron? I, You know, I think it depends on the context. I mean, I was I'll say I have been, You know, I have thought that there would be at least five vote for the court strikes down the sort of you know the related documents so called our difference in the Kaiser versus Wilkie taste last year, But the court didn't quite do that on. I think one of these different questions here is, you know. Is Kaiser Worth sign that the court after is going to be more reluctant to overrule Dr Dennis contact or with Kaiser, or just a bit of a loopy case because Chief Justice Roberts was willing to go along with most of Justice, Kate and opinion? Even now with you. This is Robert. That wouldn't be enough then. That Kaiser Commission is the real bellwether here Because of that boat lineup holds up. That means you know, Justice Bharat could be the fifth vote in a future case. You really go after several on even if the chief is not well is not willing to go there. Suppose the court overrules Chevron? What happens then? Is that is the administrative state over me. What happens? No, I'm s so we should put this open contest. I mean, compared to reviving the non delegation, doctor could be just a fundamental paradigm shift in administrative law. Then it would have Chevron, I think would transfer a kind of power. From agency to the court. But of course that's only the first step in the question is with the courts actually disagree with how the agencies are reporting exercises. And so to me, the sort of the demise of Chevron would simply would not have implications for the administrative state other than The implications of being far more subject to judicial supervision, Of course, depending upon who the judges are, depending upon who's in charge of the executive branch. At that point, that supervision might not actually be Antithetical to those policies. That's why then you know several. It is important, but it pales in comparison to the coming fight over the non delegation doctrine on whether Congress can delegate broad forms of Executive and in some cases judicial power to administrative agency in the first place..

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"libertarian group" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:17 min | 1 year ago

"libertarian group" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Star. You listen to our medical establishment, telling us way have proven we have developed the idea that vaccines cause autism and they are lying there live because Dr William in 2019. It looks like there might be some sort of Turning point or reckoning, The number of measles cases in the U. S is surging and what has become the worst outbreak in 25 years. The CDC says 704 cases have been reported in 22 states this year. Surely this shut up the naysayers and spartan up the public, right? I've been covering the anti vaccination movement for about a decade now, and I thought for sure that the 70 something Children and Samoa who had been killed by measles would do it that that would be the thing. People would see with their own eyes what the return of vaccine preventable illnesses can be and do and the trauma and the harm it can cause. The World Health Organization said that we were running dangerously close to no longer having officially eradicated the disease in the U. S. And strangely. It just seemed to make people dig in further. Okay, so a still burgeoning community of Mindless resistance. And then comes the serial killer. The Pandemic Cove. It Look, I know what happened. But tell me what happened. Previously where the only audience anti vaccines may have had our people with very small Children, or maybe very red pilled. Grandparent's people like that. But now what happened with covert was everybody was at home. On their computers and looking for answers, where there were nearly none to be found. Yet. So anti vaccine started creating content content about covert, saying it was a hoax content, saying That you know it was from various places when we didn't quite know what was happening with it, saying that preventative measures lockdown measures were anti liberty, anti freedom. They started aligning with groups with which they never really had before. New age groups, Libertarian groups Q and on conspiracy groups, and with the help of that outreach have grown more than tenfold. The biggest pages. I think there was a report by the Center for Pandering Digital hate, and they found that The movement has gained about eight million followers since 2019 and that has happened because they were able to align themselves with those disparate groups under one big umbrella, which is that we can't trust what anybody's telling us about these vaccines. You mentioned this diverse landscape of anti vax sentiment. It was outlined in a Paper in the journal Nature in May. That compared the size and the scope and strategies of the anti Vax camps with the pro boxers that is to say the science based advocates. What were the conclusions? So the main nature report came out of George Washington University. And it came from a physicist by the name of Neil Johnson, who actually has a past setting extremist groups like Isis. And he draws a lot of comparisons between Isis and the anti vaccination movement. But what he found was that the anti vaccination groups were smaller in terms of membership. Then pro vaccination groups, But although there were fewer of them, their messages were so diverse. They were a motive. They were really persuasive and they were so good at spreading those messages outside of their groups and therefore they could reach more people. And what was their most powerful messaging technique. So the anti vaccination movement, Although it's led by men, it really rests on mothers and their stories. And those stories are Some of the most heartbreaking stories you'd ever want to hear their stories of Children who have been injured who are autistic and a lot of cases. And so they have found an explanation for the unexplainable. And they tell these stories of, you know, baby deaths and childhood injuries and those of the stories that really fly on social media. You know, one anti vax er once told me you have data. We have stories. And there's no way you can fact check that kind of story. I'm curious about that. That person saying you have data, we have stories that suggests a kind of self awareness. And cynicism that they understand that they're Is no scientific. They're there to connect a vaccine with autism, for example. And yet they persist for what reason? Well, the people that run these organizations the reason is clearly money. I mean, again. Don't big tree runs the most profitable Anti vaccination non profit Last year, he brought in $3.4 million a million dollars more than they brought in the year before, and a million dollars more than he brought in the year before that, so this is a business To a small handful of men who run it, And that is what keeps the engine moving. And for the moms who power this engine, The reason seems clear. It gives you an understanding of why something terrible has happened for which there is no reason and you know, it also gives you a sort of purpose. There's no greater story than saving Children. And so it's a powerful narrative. It's a powerful mission. It totally makes sense to me why anybody would believe in the anti vaccination movement, even if it's completely false. Okay, stipulated. Storytelling is a powerful tool. Does that tool, not work for the pro vaccination campas? Well, I mean it. Surely it has stories to tell. So there are a couple of organizations. One is voices for vaccines and another is vaccinate your family who for years have been trying to do just that. There's a problem of funding. They just don't have that much money. The second thing is the types of stories that they have our I went to the doctor and I got my kid vaccinated, and things are great like that's not as compelling a story. And the second type of story that is more compelling, but it's also harder to get is the story of Mothers and parents whose Children have died from vaccine preventable illnesses. And there are some parents who have come out and told their stories like this and said, You know, my child died from a vaccine preventable illness. Please get your Children vaccinated, so this doesn't happen to you. But those parents are subject to some of the worst harassment campaigns you can think of. I mean, just constantly told that they Have killed their Children that they're doing The devil's work that you know what they're saying isn't true. Like the sandy hook Parents 100% So these Facebook groups for a long time have been not just like places to spread misinformation but also places to organize harassment campaigns against mothers like this who might tell their stories or even you know, random mom who post that her child was stillborn. They'll meet in these groups trade these stories around and say, Let's go. Get her and the fact and then we'll go and brigade her comment section with. Actually it was vaccines come to this group and will tell you you know how you can make your life have purpose. Sometimes it works and you get a new poster child for the anti vaccine movement, and sometimes all it does is harass and harm a grieving parent. So a lot of this lives on Facebook and other social media platforms. And they've tried to take some steps to combat this kind of misinformation in the harassment. What are those steps? Baby steps in 2019. It was the first big move from Facebook. They were responding to that outbreak of measles in they announced a plan that they were gonna Reduced the visibility of vaccine misinformation, so they said they would reject advertising. They would no longer show you anti vaccine groups and pages when you search for them things before, but he just went to Facebook and typed in vaccine in 2019. What you would see was all anti vax groups because they all got the most engagements. They were popped up to the front. They said they were going to stop doing that. And then finally, after a few months, That effort seemed to sort of work as part of the three pronged effort. Tiuna remove Superbad content reduce Borderline content and then inform the public of good conduct. And then Cove. It happened, coveted, changed everything. You know, the World Health organization came out and said, We have a misinformation info de makhan our hands and this was in February when we were still just sort of learning about covert..

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"libertarian group" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"libertarian group" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In an incredibly difficult moment in our state way are all overwhelmed with decisions of life and death and economic distress. The people of Illinois do not deserve a political circus. On top of that. I've maintained from the beginning that legislators have a right to make their own decisions about who leads them. And I continue to feel that way. These legislators alone hold the unique power to elect the Illinois speaker and I trust that they will think long and hard about the duties that they owe. The people that we all work for Governor Pritzker, with his strongest words yet for Speaker Madigan, saying that if the speaker doesn't come forward to reporters, and answer all their questions, then he should step down. We'll talk to Austin Bird from the Illinois Policy Institute. A little bit later Libertarian Group and they've got some Ideas from reform and mentioned them briefly with leader Durkin, who you heard in the last half hour later in the program. You get your cats Bring your catch to the radio, because Javier Sanchez Kim, you're gonna want to hear this. I think Mary Harvey or Sanchez, who used to work for election things like that. Real developer has created an app that helps you to decipher what your cats are saying to you. Oh, he's I'm not a big showstopper, but but they're so sneaky to me that I would really be happy to know. Like when I go to someone's house that has a cat and it starts to jump on me is probably saying I know she hates me. So I'm gonna kill Potter. Well, I'd like to know that the attention little bit later, right? Maybe I'll buy the app for you. And then you can know what the cash bringing these houses actually catch is joining us now from news nation, Or did you hang up, Ashley I'm here. Can you hear me? I can hear you very clearly at. Do you have a cat? I do. And we did that story last night, Steve. Yeah. Um, it's one of my own for this smart. Did you get the part about the smart collar that the goal is? Did you know the apse one part of it, But for a collar to then translate your cat's me out in a speaking voice. No, you didn't read that part. That part is weird. But so when your cat meows, you'll hear a voice sing. I'm hungry. Yes, yes, that's fantastic. Well, that's what we need. A hobby here is very proud of his development and Can't wait to talk to him. Okay. Great. Interesting. Hey. The White House Coronavirus Task Force, met today and had a briefing. I think it's the for Kim said in the news the first time since July. Wow, I and I was we were all looking for that, too, because it has been some time. But They were quick to remind the American people that they have been meeting for seven days a week working as a task force even though we haven't seen them publicly, this was You know, a briefing that came just as Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and the CDC today urged people not to travel. So that was a big topic. And, of course, the vaccine and help is on the way. That was the message from vice president Pence. Quote from him was America has never been more prepared to combat this virus than we are today. You know, we haven't heard from this group. And I think there's been growing criticism that we haven't heard from President Trump s. Oh, it's probably no coincidence that they came out and said, You know, we're still working on this. We you know, are still fighting it. Nice to see Deborah Berke. Cy. We haven't seen her in months and months. I think, right, you know, she's been doing more about targeted approach, talking with networks and even local media. Of across the country. She's been traveling, so we've had her on our air a couple of times in the last two months, but you're right. This. This was the first time that we've seen them all together. This was something that the vice president said that President Trump directed them to host the briefing today. Okay, well, we'll see where that goes. What's up with the census? There's some problem with the data. Yes, And we've done some reporting on this. This was the year, of course for the census and the time to complete. The census, though, was cut in half so because of the pandemic because of the pandemic pants in court fights to write, and it became somewhat political if you talk to some people They will tell you that And now we're seeing these anomalies in the data, which it has to be completed by the end of December. That was what President Trump wanted. This would be a Um, a big blow to his, um, his final. I guess. Few weeks in the White house at this point again. There are still, uh, lawsuits and him court battles going on. But this is Yeah. This is something that is brewing. We don't know exactly what those anomalies are, and this is not that unusual. This has happened before in the past. The only difference it feels like this time is they don't have much time to correct. The problems will follow that. The scariest story of the day, though, is that Texans might have a chance to vote for Matthew McConaughey for governor. That's right. I guess everybody's favorite Texan, depending on who you ask. The ladies might agree. He's talking about a potential run for governor. That was something he announced on a radio show this week coming up in our next segment, when we listen in on the news of the day, actually catch from news nation watching tonight at seven o'clock, nice to talk to you, actually. Do it again. Tomorrow. You're listening to Chicago's afternoon news here on 7 20, WGN Traffic.

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"libertarian group" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"libertarian group" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It's really easy to do that, and I'm not sure I don't know if it's that easy for all of us to do that, and really no one's doing it. And so they're just sort of saying, You know, this whole cozy deal you had with Apple just proves you're sort of anti competitiveness thing. And, you know, the laws are so old on these cases that technology is just moving faster and faster and faster, and laws are not quite caught up. But the law clearly have have said these kinds of things might not be legal. Like for instance, you Years ago, Kodak and towed It has consistently been under scrutiny because it would make certain AH film and it would make certain processing. Now we don't have that much anymore because everyone's on the writing their iPhones doing there, they're photographed. But they know no other company could get in the business because they have the monopoly on all the film. And so people would have to buy their cameras because the only film you could get was Kodak film, so that the type of thing that the antitrust laws are supposed to deal with. Funny that it seems that Kodak would be in monopoly in retrospect, right, right. Oh, my gosh. How things have changed Our changing quickly Just want to ask you about something else. Karen, and then we have to pause for a moment. But the Without making this a political matter. There was AH, lawsuit that came for the proposed, You know, Income Tax amendment that were seeing the constitutional amendment that's on the ballot and is controversial. There are a lot of ads out there trying to convince us one way or another, but there was there was a challenge to the language a few weeks ago by Libertarian Group And they said that the language is it's written in the ballot is just so trying to be so convincing to get you to vote for it that it's unfair. I haven't heard anything happened to that lawsuit, and I don't know. I just wonder if you could weigh in about that kind of a lawsuit. Yeah. You change anything that lawsuit? I think my understanding is it resulted in the secretary of state having to spend about $1.8 million to mail out corrections to that that document that we all got in the mail that explained it, Because there there was, You're a settlement or the judge ordered it. I did not find the judge's order. But in that, in any case, the idea is that Didn't that language should be neutral should tell the consumers the voters that this is what the law is. Here are the arguments for here are the arguments against it, or just give them the language and let them read it. And generally, the General Assembly proposes that language. The Senate will adopt that language but again, depending upon who's been church in the the defendant in the General Assembly. We may have Democrats vying for something, and some senators buying for something else. So again, it's all going backto a political Decision on how what language is put in there got a second here to stick around. I want to ask you about a big document dump that's coming up tomorrow morning significant to the Jeffrey Epstein trial, And then these finds that are out there about for not wearing masks. You're starting to see condo associations are putting out fines. They're stepping up to say if you're not wearing your mask, they will come after you, and there's these hefty fines associated with it. Illegality of all that. It's 1 44. Karen Khan's attorney, Karen Conti, is with us and we'll pick it up on the other side of this. Get all your Chicago News from Steve Bertrand coming up on the next Chicago's afternoon news mayor like which budget is coming. We'll have a preview of that in all the days news, Chicago's afternoon Do you see it?.

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"libertarian group" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"libertarian group" Discussed on WDRC

"Of people with PhDs We don't have their local knowledge. And so they understand. Kind of, you know, the sewage problems, the water problems, whatever. Um as long as as as we're supporting their capacity building you you mentioned earlier. What we want to see is these countries grow and develop and ah ah start to enjoy the the the benefits of democracy and economic opportunity and freedom. It it It can't be something that we impose on them, which is what the old model has has done. When it's gone through government. We bypass all of that, and we give directly to local think tanks, local NGOs Who are exactly as you said, because they know what really matters. It may or may not sound sexy to us, but it makes a world of difference. For example, if you make it a lot easier to become a formal business, you could have a street vendor. Who for years has had all of his product at risk of being stolen by police or beaten up or arrested because he's not quote unquote legal as a street vendor, or if he has a little shop. You know, selling products? Uh, if you formalize the economy, and this is what we we learned in the 19th century in the U. S. If you formalize it people then grow their businesses You can't ever grow if you're in the informal market, and the government makes it too hard for you to participate. Well, in fact, that almost sounds like you're describing that incident involving a fruit vendor, a vegetable vendor that start off the Cedar Revolution where the guy got, so I mean, I don't know how many people remember this. But he got so angry because Ah, policewoman had come up, but I think it challenged him on whether or not he had a permit to sell vegetables. I mean, that's that's the level this guy was at And and she she treated him a rather undignified way. So he showed up in front of a police station at some point when his entire livelihood has been taken away, poured a can of gas over himself and set himself on fire. And it literally started a revolution because people were angry that this poor guy had been reduced to the point where you can earn a living. You've had everything taken away from you. That pouring a can of gas on yourself was what he saw as the out. I'm right, right? Yes, His name was Mohammed Bouazizi, and he represents what is the problem in so many places, and that's why we support again. It doesn't sound sexy, but if you can, you know so many countries have these huge informal economy. You have all these people trying to survive, and they can't go spend seven months going to 12 different government offices and bribing people in order to get a business. We're going to make that easier and we've been doing that in several countries. We did it in Burundi, which is one of the poorest countries. The year before those reforms were achieved, There was only a 5% increase in business. The year after that was a 49% increase. That's what involving that That is. That is huge success, Matt. I'm going to encourage people to go to dignity. Unbounded. Do you mind if I also mention human Progress is a great group that I've been following on Twitter for a long time. They constantly Harold some of the successes and it's not just Polyana. They're actually kind of a libertarian group. But they just say the numbers are getting better now. China virus has been a problem. But I think the whole world is getting better. But it gets.

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"libertarian group" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"libertarian group" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Minorities. Is that No s. So bye bye failed in terms of the likelihood that that somebody would get out and commit another crime. Oh, okay. Okay. In terms of understanding the threat level, there are other studies. And it's important to note. This is well. There are other studies that say exactly the opposite. And those who have actually been promoted by groups such as the CP, who has lined up on the no side of this, And by the way, you've got a really interesting coalition here because on the no side, you've got the CP and black lives matter and A bunch of groups like that, and then also the GOP and a lot of more conservative groups. And then on the Yes side you've got like the EU and, of course, Bob Hertzberg, who is the author of this and You Know several other sort of progressive groups, as well as some sort of civil libertarian groups. So you've got Ah, very odd marriage on both sides of this question, which I know, you know, just kind of from a political theory standpoint, find intriguing. But ultimately this would be this would make California the first day to do this completely. New Jersey does it to an extent, but not quite to what California does it and the results. So far, what of the New Jersey experiment have been relatively inconclusive, so this would be a massive change? Are you ready to take that? That jump? That's the question, Chris. Thank you. We appreciate it. We know you got to get going. Thank you. For all of your pronunciation Help. Listen, I'm always here for you, and I apologize for going off the rails right away. Listen, I bred. We live off.

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"libertarian group" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:01 min | 2 years ago

"libertarian group" Discussed on 710 WOR

"That's crazy. By the way, I should reveal Yes, my name is Joe conscious, but I am Q. I am sorry, Dom. The guy behind the don't know not. I barely know about this thing. To be honest with you really talks about this online? I guess I got to do my research a little bit more. But ah, Q And on interesting as I've said, but it bears repeating. When you think about everything lined up against Trump in the first eight months of this year. First he gets impeached, then an unprecedented pandemic. A deadly one comes from China and and what happens, the economy gets shut down, the country gets shot down. Everybody's miserable, right? Not good for in company. And then all this chaos in the cities over the racial unrest after what happened in Minneapolis with George Floyd on now we're seeing most recently. Ah, would Jacob Blake now you would think that if you're running against Trump, you couldn't Ask for more bad things to happen. And yet it looks like Joe Biden any lead. He had a atleast in the battleground states. It's basically gone and how's he going to get it back? He doesn't seem like a come from behind kind of guy. Do you say we get the Democratic nomination? That way? Did you see the people? He was running against us? They all dropped out to basically give him the nomination. I mean, you can't be better. Rourke. You know you probably got problems, so I don't know. I mean, the way the economy is going these days, guys, and in the way the Corona virus, it just seems to be getting better. I know here in Jersey. As I said, in wipe off, it would have had a positive case and something like 11 days in the whole town. It's not a small town either. On the rest of the country. The hot spots don't seem to be so hot anymore In the way the economy is turned around. Wait, You see that job's report next week. I'm telling you, you're going to see another 23 million jobs added in something Unemployment won't be in the double digits anymore, which was unthinkable. Just a couple of months ago. Anyway, we have Chris in Bethpage on the line, Chris. Go ahead, buddy. Hey, Joe. Yeah, Couple things. Just a town you're just talking about. I work on Wall Street, and by the way yesterday we officially made back the down made back everything in lost in 2020. By the way, there's nearly twice its nearly 29,000. Do you believe this? Yeah, We're almost back to the record high. So it is the V shaped recovery that Trump was talking about. I think it's a Nike swoosh. I also want to say this. I think people are looking at is I'm a libertarian and 5% of us voted for Gary Johnson last time around. All my libertarian group, everyone on his boat in from this time around, That's all I'm saying. It's like the Libertarian Party hurts from more than they helped him last time around, and that's something nobody talks about. Is that if you're a libertarian Everything the Democratic Party is doing right now is anesthetic ALS to what we believe in. So I'm just saying that that is something. I'm not her reported upon. Everyone's like, how's he don't want the black vote this folks A libertarian, But like I said, we will 5% strong for Gary Johnson last time and not one person I know is voting buys. So last night, you know last time, you know, so I'm just saying, that's a big point. And the final down. Gonna mention is that, uh, I work in Lower Manhattan and I've been working at home. The house since March. Basically, and my boss like I said, have a Wall Street job Where 1 11. Broadway with W are used to be We have. Maybe two or three of us of the 33 person group. Very great person in our company have gone back basically, here and there. But for the most part, I think my boss is thinking about shutting it down and we'll plan gonna work from home. That's it. 1 11 Broadway. That's right. I used to work down there. Also. I was on State Street and, you know, I always loved the happy hours down there. I mean, P. J. Clark's. That was a great one way way back when But now I can imagine it's probably a ghost town at this point, your point around libertarians, by the way, which which is a great point. Think about it. Your libertarian. What do you believe in? You believe in as Less government as possible. And the ticket that's currently running is talking about running healthcare, universally giving health care to the undocumented, raising taxes by the trillions for this green new deal that is basically being run by Alexandra Castillo Cortez, which I know Twitter loves her, and I know MSNBC and CNN really, really lover, but her approval ratings nationwide are there in the toilet. Who could take this person seriously. I'll never forget. One line she had she was asked about. Unemployment is pre pandemic around 4%. And she said, Wow, can't you give President Trump at least credit? On that she was asked us in a PBS interview and says the reason why unemployment is so low is because people are working two jobs. This person has an economics degree from Boston University. That's not how I wanna blame. It works based on the number of jobs that you have believed me. If it were, then we'd be at like 3% given all the jobs I have So go figure on that anyway, Blaine. Let's take another caller. I It looks like the phone lines are Ah, going through the roof here. How about a fill in new high part Philly go. Hi. How you doing, Joe? I'm having a good day man Friday. It's warms my kid's birthday. Five years old. Happy birthday land. Oh, happy birthday to you. Listen, the I'm a willing to bet. That if Obama is president under these killings of these black men, you would not protest on the street. And the reason is these protesters are part of This organisation that is linked to Obama. That's interesting because there were protests after Ferguson and Baltimore, right. I mean, that was Obama. Those all those happen, but he seemed to be more coordinated and they keep going and going, right. Ferguson, Baltimore. They lasted a week 10 days, but this has been going on for three months now. But he's gone. All right. Very good. Ah, we've had Q and on approach here, and Obama apparently is behind the protesters. So, hey, this is a free country First Amendment. That's why we love our callers. Do we have any more? Blame The producer do we have Howard Is Howard there? Blame? I just want to make two comments. First of all, I was in China Town a couple of weeks back and 70% of Chinatown is closed on that is said And I understand that 42nd Street is pretty desolate area. What has to write Because what would you do? You go to a Broadway show. You have dinner beforehand with no Broadway. There's no reason to go to 42nd Street. Plus, if you worked in Midtown, then that's where you're going afterwards. I brought it up last week. Might my happy hour always go to was at Rosa Mexicana? And that's right by Times Square, and it's a huge place so kind of a place you could spread out a little bit, and you're not crowd into a little bar, and that's close forever. They're open from one in 35 years, all that competition around there and the gun. Why? Because no one's working in midtown. There are no happy hours because no one's happy and there is no Broadway so no one's going to dinner beforehand. So how did this these places survive? Remember this thing this pandemic shut down. Everything in March. So we've had what's the April? May, June, July August? Hey, what happens when we get to the end of the year? And you can't dine outside anymore? Then what happens to these restaurants who barely getting by as it is? WeII. We had our guest on before Donald Torture who said that New York is dead forever. And he said that if these restaurants don't open soon, at least in some capacity 95% of restaurants 95 think about that will be gone. I can't believe I'm even saying that you can't get a bad meal in New York. And now it's all going to go away because the stupid mayor who continues to help a black lives matter in front of Trump Tower and be all proud of that, but doesn't even blink an eye in terms of seeing all these people in these businesses suffering and homicides through the roof and shooting, Sir Rupert, he just doesn't seem to care. Anyway, I'm usually a happier guy on a Friday, so we're probably gonna have to. Ah, switch gears a little bit when we come back, But, hey, thanks for your calls. Guys really appreciate it. And when we come back, I share my weekend plans Plus a little news about the Yankees. That's next 7 10 of you are more.

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"libertarian group" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"libertarian group" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"People should be able to demonstrate for whatever they would however. Look at the next one. Here's the mayor of Chicago. Live aerial footage massive crowds rallying to celebrate pride right next door neighbor lory. Lightfoot plans to find churches that defied stayed home order rules to hold Sunday services so well. It looked like it was a sunny day. Maybe there was one good thing it. God people out. They didn't have their mask on. They were more relaxed than usual, and they got some vitamin D, so it was not all for las, but it also supported the wrong approach if it had been. If it had been a a libertarian group out there, they wouldn't have been. ACKNOWLEDGED, or they would have been arrested or something. Because all you guys don't have your mass on this sort of thing, so it's It's a real a real shame what we're going through, but. I think that I think more and more people are waking up and I think that's good. It is, but unfortunately you know we're not seeing a lot of resistance to the second wave, and that's because the propaganda is so strong. It is so overwhelming. People aren't stopping to say you know what that doesn't make sense what they're saying. This doesn't make this is crazy, but you know sometimes. It's good to return to the scene of the crime. We've talked about when we first got into. Into Syria in fourteen Obama say we got to save this little group here on the hilltop, because Isis is going to kill them. We're still there. We're still protecting stealing their oil or still there the original rationale for the lockdown. The shutdown was we've got to flatten the curve. If the hospitals get overwhelmed with a huge rush of cases, that'll be a disaster, so we're going to flatten the curve, so the hospitals can adapt intake inpatients they need it was never about. Eliminating or reducing infections of people that was never part of it. It was to prolong IT IN A. Prolonged is what it did. People stayed home. They didn't contract they couldn't get over. The didn't develop antibodies, and now that they're out a little bit. It seems like people are contracting. However I will say one thing Dr Paul. Is. One reason why we're seeing increased cases is massive amounts of testing fact, my churches up in Fort Bend County and we drove up there yesterday, and there's a huge billboard sign. Hey, quick fifteen minute cova tests come on in super easy. No problem and people are going to get their tested. You know that's part of it, you know. Their propaganda scheme and terrorized people. Actually a death is more valuable to them. Than, just being recorded as having a positive test and I think that's a shame. Just dig it up. So what did they do? They had to turn it around and make it sound like cases are important in. They had the ammunition. More Cases People Dinka. People so scared and. Frightened by what's going on lines and lines that people want to get their tests. The last thing they need is attested. They're healthy. You know what's going to help if you're worried about in concern. Don't go where you don't WanNa. Go and if you think you might have something, don't go to a nursing home, you know. That'd be instead. You say all your heartless. Yeah. When the government gets involved, you have the news of the world deciding what should happen to Jersey home and I. I saw one statistic that eighty five percent of the desk came from the nursing home and..

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"libertarian group" Discussed on The Michael Cheney Show

The Michael Cheney Show

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"libertarian group" Discussed on The Michael Cheney Show

"Facebook is notorious for hating any external links to take people away from facebook. So the way that I do it. Sometimes it's my me if I've created I'll put my web address. Michael Chinese show dot com. I'll put on the main watermark if it's somebody else's May my nether edit other people's names never put my own stuff on there but I might as taxed as an additional tax with the me not on the image but in the post I might have my web address there as well. So that is one way around that you can also add. Join groups various libertarian groups and share content of those groups. It's got to be pretty high quality stuff if I now that you don't WanNa be doing all the time I will yet maybe two or three times a day I might shed various different groups. If it's a it's a good maimed I know is going to go down well. Sometimes I'll Lincoln with at most times. I probably Probably don't do they're just because you don't WanNa be seen so. I'm just doing this to get traffic. Say It's not you don't have to get traffic. Main have no intention of of getting clicks in signing them anywhere. I do you know this is my business. I started this libertarian. Podcast in putting these memes out four teams every day on in front of like forty forty four thousand people. I've got six thousand people. I think on twitter as well but it is a business I am. I am driving traffic in my businesses. Part of this so that is that's that's what. I'm also trying to achieve with this now. One Way to get around the whole circle jerk because what what you'll see happening. Sometimes names names on the same people liking them. And then those people put memes out in the same people like in those. And it's not. It's fun it's fun. It's entertaining to be creative. And whatever and you know you forming bonds with these people not really spreading the word at together around that what. I what I make sure I do with. My name's is periodically take potshots. All sides take potshots at the right. Take potshots to the left take potshots libertarians themselves. Poke form so it's not coming across as I'm this way. I don't want anybody to be able to pigeonhole all mean say that guys overseas like you know as far right or is far left. Dory's pro trump or his his his anti-trump. Whatever I I take potshots at all sides. I think if anything probably comes across on the anti-government is is pretty clear. Yeah you just be Catholic. Don't don't be doing too many memes about against a certain individual inside because you're gonNA alienate self. Okay so that's M. as many as I can give you in the short episode for a memes wet pot them how to grow your reach and so on in the free training over at me for money dot Com and she show you how to create the means themselves how to find memes and more detail actually step by step on each video how to do this and how to build a following quickly on all these places so you memes are getting seen and if you want getting Traffic as well and turning that traffic into sales so make sure you go and grab a train. Right now is important. Even if you don't want to generate income from this it will help you get your memes further field so make sure you go up in for that right now is maime full. Money DOT COM. That's the word for EBOLA MAIM FOR MONEY DOT COM. Go grab that. Enjoy the free training and I'll see on the next episode. You've been listening to the Michael. Chaney show create your own wealth and protected against taxation turmoil and tyranny over at Michael Jamie Dot Com..

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ICE has run facial-recognition searches on millions of Maryland drivers

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

ICE has run facial-recognition searches on millions of Maryland drivers

"Maryland is allowed U. S. immigration officials to run facial recognition searches on millions of state driver's license photos without first getting court approval and it's drawing complaints from civil libertarian groups as well as immigration rights groups who call it an invasion of privacy more than two hundred seventy five thousand licenses have been issued to illegal immigrants into Maryland became the first state to allow the practice back in twenty thirteen advocates complain of bait and switch tactics allowing undocumented residents to get licenses only to allow the government to keep tabs on them without a

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"libertarian group" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:33 min | 2 years ago

"libertarian group" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Gotten a huge advance for this. There was big demand for it and he just US couldn't believe that anybody gave a damn about any of the details of his life. He just could not believe that and his heart wasn't in it so he decided no no. Thanks so the money didn't matter it was. He just couldn't bring himself to people cared. And I know you're kind of the same way but Dogana Jeff diced there are some details that I want to wring out here people do care about. GimMe Your if you don't want to give me too long of a story. I WanNa know how somebody did. You grow up in California. Mostly yes okay. You start off in California. And somehow you have a successful career in things having to do with the financial world. And then somehow your Ron Paul Chief of staff and somewhere along the line you become an Ostra Libertarian. Teheran this is not the normal career path for most people so we are curious about. What were you reading? who were your influences? How did you because I didn't? I mean I I knew you existed. But we didn't have any mutual friends all of a sudden you just came out of nowhere. Who the heck were you? Yeah that's interesting. You know. I come from mostly mostly a background of libertarianism. I never went through a phase otherwise and that's mostly attributable to my father and to my older brother so when I was a kid in high school junior high. My Dad had some copies of books. Like the road to serfdom laying around My older brother Steve was getting a nineteen eighties. Eighties version of reason magazine in the mail. So I had some influences like that and of course I had some Ayn rand books that came into my possession which are very dog-eared which I still have today and my mom was probably not as thrilled about the randy and stuff because she thought it would make me an atheist or at least inclined me that way and I probably did go through a little bit of an obnoxious objective EST atheist phase to be frank in my late. Let's say late teens early twenties but for me you know. My Love was always literature. I thought I was going to be an English professor. Oh my God thank God we saved you from the. Yeah that's really what motivated me and I particularly liked Twentieth Century British Satire Evil in Wa. Graham Greene stuff like that. So my plan was hey. I'M GONNA go become a university professor and teach literature and and that sort of thing and at this point you know we start to get into the early nineteen nineties and I started to become aware that there was a PhD glut especially in California. And so I was going to school school in San Diego at the time and I started to rethink path and I said you know. It's the idea. Being a refresher appeals to me but I have to be realistic. And I don't WanNa be poor and and and Yada Yada Yada so at that point I thought about going to law school and ultimately did and from my perspective it sort of dovetailed with my personal interest because I was already a budding being libertarian. And felt that you know as a lawyer I might be able to help defend people against the state whether that would be criminal where I think you know rather regardless of whether the purses versus factually guilty of the acts the alleged to have committed. That doesn't mean the state has any moral ethical legal right to prosecute them and you know I ultimately went into tax simply because I felt like the tax payer was always in the right. There is no such thing as a just tax. There's no such thing as lying on your taxes or cheating cheating on your taxes that sort of thing and so in the early nineteen nineties I had a good friend Joe Becker who was a graduate who at student at UNLV because Murray Rothbart and Hans Hopper were teaching there at the time that was the reason he was there. So I was living in San Diego and he would occasionally say. Hey come on up to Las Vegas you gotTa see this guy. Marie Rothbart this professor so I said okay. I'll come up and drove up a few different times and Rothbart courses were always at night. He was very much a night owl so he taught his graduate sessions at night and afterwards they would all go to a little place not on the Strip by any stretch. This is way off strip. I think it was on Sahara Avenue. A little place called the stakeout which is a little sort of Gripe Video Poker Burger joint and I think it's still there actually and Murray would come and talk to his students and hop I think would sometimes come so I didn't really realize in those one or two times that I might have met rock that I did meet Rothbart. I didn't really realize what he was. I knew he was a libertarian. Professor and I had heard the term Austrian economics but I was still at that point very much in that sort of you know generic libertarian camp. I thought things like legalizing pot. That was still A. That was still edgy. Back then at taxpayer-funded stadiums are bullshit. You know that was. That was the sort of level. I love my libertarianism. And if you know we still find this today in other words. Libertarians who aren't rooted in economics generally bad libertarians and so thankfully thankfully. I found out through my friend Joe about the Austrian school inserted reading that heavier denser stuff which I'm now in retrospect glad to have have read but As far as Ron Goes Dr Paul just a few years earlier when he ran for president in one thousand nine eight I was just getting into undergraduate. I guess second you're an undergraduate. Maybe and so I went and saw him and back then of course you had to know that he was coming. He came to a little Ramada. OUGHTA in in Santa Ana California. Believe it's no longer Ramada in the building still there and so I think through my local Libertarian Group headed newsletter or something and I mean physical newsletter newsletter and I found out about him coming in I went and saw him. And that's where I met a couple people with whom I would stay in touch over the years. And so I have in a sense sense known ron for that long and then stayed in touch with him but My intention was was very much just to be a lawyer and I never imagined edge and I would be doing anything else with my life. I I got into mergers and acquisitions which is a very particular area of tax law. All the stuff dealing with buying and and selling companies which as you can imagine. There's a lot of complex tax structuring and a lot of cross-border international elements to this stuff. And so it gets very complex and as a result all especially from well a little bit in the nineties with Alan Greenspan and the early two thousands and then especially with Bernardi up until the crash really of two thousand seven The manet market really really went crazy in the United States will actually worldwide but especially in the United States and so oh it was a it was Lucrative at the time it was very easy to have a job you got a lot of calls from recruiters so it was good ee. No strictly from that perspective effective is a good place to be and So it was really just a call from a friend of mine who worked for Iran later on that sort of convinced me to end up working for him in his congressional office. And then through Ron Meeting Lou Rockwell not only coming to the institute so all of that is kind of a I guess a quick quick and dirty version of how I came to be sitting here where I am today in this room and Musa's institute. She's there's a lot of stuff that I could riff on but I WANNA on a pick out one in particular. You're kind of offhand remark. That people who are not rooted in economics tend to be bad libertarians. And here that I think some people in the audience here and that can't be right. You know economic system for everybody but there are very few exceptions to this rule. It turns out it's very strange range. I mean it and I think I have a theory as to why it is but when I think of people who are kind of squishy in their libertarianism. Or they're more interested in appearing appearing chic than they are and being really principled. Almost none of them are rooted in economics because economics. We were looking at private property and the Division of Labor and all these clear cut things that were if there's nothing mushy about it. There's nothing flighty about it. And it routes you in something. It's not that libertarianism is about alternative lifestyles I mean. Obviously Libertarianism says. You can't use violence against people because you disagree with their lifestyle. But that's not what fundamentally it is. It's fundamentally non-aggression peace and all these other things that I think flow naturally from economics but also I think about some of the people I have to deal with who are sniping keeping at me from the sidelines and almost none of them are in the Fed people. Almost none ever talk about the Fed. It's always the same three or four issues.

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"libertarian group" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"libertarian group" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Four one eight zero two and we've been talking about the weekend warrior here. Not Why do I keep every time he comes up I wanNA call him the weekend warrior. He wasn't a whiskey. Where's the whisky or your? That doesn't make him sound any safer to me. There's no but it sounds like a man after my liver. So we've been talking about how. He was accosted in New York by pigs for having allegedly some sort of dispute with his wife that caused someone to call the police say that he was a threat to others in the article doesn't make it clear either about the circumstances in which the police showed up at his door one statement is that you know it was something to do with his wife and the other statement it is that it was the red flag law saying that he had you know some magazines of over thirty rounds which violence triggers the red flag. Yeah so I I think what happened is that they sort of came and took his gun right and then somebody said they didn't find any guns and then somebody. He said that he had this thirty Brown clip magazine thing. Or they're so dangerous when you have no gun right and so they came to get it from him and then he's looking out the window showing what cop on one end of the street cop on and the other into the street so here I am in battle fatigues waiting and maybe they didn't come and get his guns. I don't know but that's what I had Found out last night and it's just an aside. I can't imagine what it must be like for somebody who you know Went into to the military right quote the service unquote right thinking that he was fighting for our freedom assuming he bought into the you know the propaganda and like he went with noble intent. I and and then now you know the police are at his door. Come in for his guns supposedly in the land of the free et CETERA. And so on. I can't imagine like what what feelings that guy might have had at that particular time you know what before we get too deeply into that story again. Let's go to the phones. We've got dave from Colorado Dave. You're on on free talk live I all. What's on your mind well One of the advantages that we have in Hampshire calling Colorado. I live the answer Advantage we have is an organization that monitors all of the state legislators and You know to see how libertarian they are right or authoritarian is the case sometimes is and That's been Hampshire Liberty Alliance. But now now they are they are expanding a little bit and trying to do something you what is the new thing they're trying to do so there is a Ah The speakers series. Being put on by Libertarian Group at New Hampshire colleges and the H.. La has agreed to help sponsor some some of the speakers okay so they're funding speakers to go and speak as some of the colleges throughout New Hampshire. I I think it's GonNa be more limited than that. I think it's two different speakers. I don't know if it's just one event I don't know if that'd be multiple events but they're sponsoring just one of the speakers. I think they're trying to start wall and They're requesting donations to help. Cover Dare support of this libertarian. Speaking event at I guess going to be at Dartmouth art college okay cool it sounds like people who are the speakers and what are they speaking about. Oh I've got that written down Uh Experience Students Feld. Yeah it might have. Students in New Hampshire are already fairly exposed to the ideas of liberty. I don't know how universally true that is throughout the state but as at least the case here at KFC at Franklin Pierce K.. Estate College who states Caig for sure stole that from Vincent. It's definitely a party school. So did you find that commission. Yeah so it's one of them is a guy from the line rand institute Yaron Brook and the other one Let's uh-huh so yeah Brooklyn's the one that they're sponsoring..

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