8 Burst results for "Marcia Pakman"

"marcia pakman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:40 min | 3 years ago

"marcia pakman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Be damned if I'm paying one penny in reparation instigating liberal temper tantrums maturity people live in this country when either the progeny of slaves are slaveholders one show at a time when most of the hand mark Lavie and racism socialism open borders do they have anything positive if they have anything the truly points to the future I don't intend to pay one damn penny in reparations to anybody don't miss the great one we intend on talk radio six eighty W. CBM seven thirty seven forty minutes now before they ARE vertical market if you want to play choose your fake news this morning you are the player so hi Kristin this is no point okay Chris is going to play as well I am in the summer said even the Supreme Court with their nonsense the White House on Wednesday responded the US district judge for the western district of Washington Marcia Pakman Hey Clinton Easter the White House called the Clinton appointed activist judge quote an unelected district judge who is at war with the rule of law new Attorney General bill Barr announced in April the US government could keep tens of thousands of illegal sickness on winning a detention indefinitely under US law he has the right and so I expect that that's going to happen but now Republican congressman chip Roy who represents the twenty first district in Texas is urging encouraging him pleading with the president to ignore the Supreme Court and print the twenty twenty U. S. census with the question about citizenship as the president is mulling an executive order today well you know last week orchard early in the week regular we're talking about this decision and looks like he was either Wilbur Ross or maybe somebody a DOJ that didn't consult with the president when the Supreme Court pointed back to a lower court remember the Supreme Court did not rule that the citizenship question placed on twenty twenty census is on constitutional they'll and they just kicked it back to the a a to a lower court drew to examine it out converses goal of the vendor to to fix this before twenty twenty to the present now okay and and and again it's within the executive branch's authority a it is a basically the imprimatur crib with Doug appears in in the constitution and also the same time in the U. S. federal code and it's the the present now is saying ignore ignored and over to overrule and just like president Lincoln did on the suspension of habeas corpus during the civil war he ignored who the cream of ignorance the gospel of envy it's only inherent value is the equal sharing of misery absolutely no right and then there was Margaret Thatcher who coined the the phrase it the problem with socialism is eventually you run out of other people's money David thanks so much for our great quotes this morning while on the verge Mark Twain co the claimed to a glow that is a that is a classic thanks so much for that one by the way very good so we're still our thoughts and prayers are with our fellow Americans in California are trying to view does so for the get through the six point four Maggie quake that rattled those southern California it was their largest earthquake in in decades of buildings and roads damaged their fires and medical emergencies hospitals are to be evacuated film all the way in Pennsylvania seismograph pick this one up and ever thought this was the big one Vegas actually short as well there's been a swarm of after shocks so again we we do hold of that our fellow Americans in California are going to be alright as a yeah I'm not it was bad but not one of those that completely whether running a lot of fatalities and so on and so forth so will keep that in mind as well if you want to join us for ten W. CVM six eighty stay tuned of the parents who drugged us you're going to want a list of those and also a retired army captain Tylor merit he's got a brand new line of Betsy Ross T. shirts out of the fight back against the Nike and and others will talk with him about his great idea coming up in the next hour as well it's seven.

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"marcia pakman" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"marcia pakman" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm sherry Glaser would look at some of the stories making headlines here in southern California a federal judge has blocked a trump administration policy that we keep thousands of asylum seekers locked up while they pursue their cases US district judge Marcia Pakman ruled yesterday in Seattle the people who were detained after entering the country to seek protection are entitled to bond hearings this comes after Attorney General William Barr announce this spring that the government would no longer offer such hearings but instead keep those people in custody it was part of the trump administration's efforts to try to slow the surge of migrants arriving at the US Mexico border if you're heading to LA acts today watch out for picket lines more than seven hundred airline catering workers are picketing for higher wages and more affordable healthcare their union recently filed a formal complaint claiming that their employer Ellis G. sky chefs has violated LA's.

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"marcia pakman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:11 min | 3 years ago

"marcia pakman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"An accurate statement they don't like our form of government to give the concealing call a democracy is a constitutional Republic they continue to you know hate the military they want all that money spent on the military spent on their social welfare programs and again you can see open borders a nation that has no borders doesn't force its borders is not sovereign you're not a sovereign country on a longer sovereign nation again that's all part of a common language borders and again I believe of a of a faith in god that's all those Democrats just poo poo I don't care they don't want to and it's amazing how they still seem to get elected even god fearing the communities it is a it is course you know when to give away freebies when you're promising freebies when you're thrown away stuff beating of Tennessee to you know get people to follow you anywhere like the pied Piper right they drove ministration cannot categorically deny detain asylum seekers while they pursue their cases sources that Clinton appointed federal judge Marcia Pakman so those were detained after crossing the border entitled to bond hearings and the attorney general's order had instructed immigration judges to no longer offer the bond hearings for illegals caught crossing the border although bar preserve that off your for the DOJ to effectively offer exceptions on a case by case basis or once again this is just going to continue now in in perpetuity until the president does something like your remember president Lincoln defied the the suspension of habeas corpus order from from judge Cheney well that does that was a very big because a lot of debate over that and president trump they're all uses business student double Terry of of president Lincoln he could certainly do the same thing ensemble or one of these or maybe all of these cases or talking about those who already have crossed the border and are seeking asylum my understanding is is that this so cooperative effort with the the Mexican government would have these future asylum seekers coming through Mexico stopped at the border on the Mexican side and at the same time stopping of the central Americans from crossing the southern border of Mexico so the ones we're talking about basically are those who already crossed the border illegally to seek asylum I think now well and that's fine Hey if they keep them from crossing our border but this is also what apply to ports of entry but those who cross the border illegally and seek asylum there in the country well not be held until they get their their bond hearing according to this judge not already know the backlog in immigration cases is over a million now they'll never get to so they're gonna this is basically a judge ordering catch and release on asylum seekers well what I'm saying though is is that those who had no intentions of crossing the border illegally from the August one ever this new cooperative effort began about a week or so ago it should reduce some of these asylum seekers or the number of asylum seekers who have crossed illegally and sought asylum well they have from the trump administration I'm I'm I'm the point as many immigration judges as I can they'll get what you want to have a million can you imagine how many judges you would need you'd probably need probably five hundred at least a rare moment of agreement for the fake news network host Fareed Zakaria said Sunday while he takes no pleasure and what he was about to say there's no denying trump has a point when it comes to people abusing the asylum here's the quote given president trump's mean spirited and often bigoted attitude on immigration it pains me to say this but he is right United States faced a crisis within its asylum system Democrats might hold that out of of the out of control situation the southern border undermines tribes image among his base is a tough guy you can talk to a migration but they should be careful they could actually work to the president's advantage so there is a left wing nut of reads a carrier saying the troubles right about the asylum abuse well this is kind of a companion story and I was really shocked and I had it on the news at six thirty that eight P. actually printed the story we know that of providing full health insurance coverage to people who cross the border illegally has become a hot button issue and there are you know the Democrat candidates almost all of them are or for providing health insurance and in many cases free health insurance to these illegals however love flagship federal programs and this is from quoting from the AP they'll like Medicare and Medicaid and what's known as obamacare are off limits to all but US citizens and legal residents so I'm surprised that I'm surprised a P. even around that story they go on to say that there's a poll showing from CNN six in ten Americans oppose the idea of providing health insurance coverage to those in the U. S. without permission so if if they're not qualified to begin with and how can you give it to them they would do it by either I guess executive order if elected or wire act of Congress that's what they're proposing from the Democrats when they all raise our land yeah but your tires are you in favor all right health care for illegal aliens they all said yes we are it is when you have to change my name give it to them yeah well the law all right now as you know it only you US citizens and legal residents from all of life for all those government programs the other the other thing it's a somewhat of a shocker is the trump administration said yes they they had ordered the census bureau to start printing forms for the twenty twenty senses of without the question ask about citizenship now last week of the Supreme Court kicked it back down to the lower courts the president said he was asking his lawyers to delay the censors quote no matter how long in order to fight for this question in court and five cute even commented on it the other day if you do all this work and just forget about nobody can believe this but they spend billions of dollars on the sensors and you're not allowed to ask you go knock on doors of houses check houses you go through all this detail and you're not allowed to ask whether or not somebody is a citizen so you can ask other things but you can't as whether or not somebody's assertion so we are trying to do that we'll look into that very strong Mobberley looked at it and I didn't like it because they folded up the tents there's no explanation from the trump administration all as to why they've decided just arbitrarily roughly stop.

"marcia pakman" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"marcia pakman" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Get paid to bring the issue of socialism up the conversation starts to educate people as to what socialism is on one oh six one F. M. talk fox news until NATO a blow for a trump administration immigration policy that was to start this month Attorney General William Barr announced asylum seekers would no longer be offered bond hearings but instead would be kept in custody while they pursued their cases the ACLU whenever Christian African sued US district judge Marcia Pakman ruled Tuesday those seeking asylum status are entitled to bond hearings timer gaudy fox news the house ways and means committee's filed a lawsuit demanding president trump's tax return saying they need them to investigate presidential compliance with tax laws the White House is vowing to fight it traffic may get ugly is America hits the highways ahead of the fourth of July Blake specs nearly fifty million people to go somewhere for the rest of the week that's two million more than last year in July fourth and it would be a new record five seven brown this is what connected continues with one oh six one F. M. talk jobless numbers are up across North Carolina a new report shows ninety five county saw a rise in unemployment from April to may nationally the jobless rate remain the same at three point six an explosion destroyed a million dollar home in Charlotte Tuesday one person survived a man was able to call nine one one from beneath the rubble firefighters later found the woman dead no word yet what caused the blast U. N. C. G. and NC a and T. will share a five hundred thousand dollar grant to help connect the schools to a high speed network they say they'll use that to share research and grant is made possible by the National Science Foundation if you're one of the more than two million people triple a estimates will hit the road.

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"marcia pakman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:53 min | 3 years ago

"marcia pakman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Is your date well and that's my job no what I'm hoping for I love you all I'm sorry but it's not a government not again if the government of the people he pulled from the government the people from the people see that government every American here yeah people that are yes workers and possibly even Regals tell me to shut up about my country and I'm sorry but no I'm an American citizen and somebody like and judging from the course they made mention how do they have but they're not I'm sorry but I'm having heating was telling me to shut up about what's going on in my can final words the word comes down to my bones they even that all the different states in the last hour I was like checking on whether or not they are voting in what he's talking about on our election it's just a nightmare one thousand even from across the border I love the next no yeah I mean not only opened it got to be somewhere the war in economies now was very slow down I don't work what's going to happen Hey you know there's we're going to have a lot of angry people in your neighbors all the down there where they're coming from I wanna make sure and I'm pretty sure you feel this way there's nobody Harmon anger to anybody that comes across our border I hardly know hangar at all American citizens have been lied to that means all of our government Democrat Hammond each the jealous we'll go to take care of the problem they never take care of the problem and it's just the slightest well or not and I'm I'm sorry yes it means it means their care of that I hate him big problems with Democrats I believe and haven't any legal telling me to shut up about what's going on in my get well but I he I couldn't you know right they say buddy he came so I just let you after all these I'm both people drawn so there you go I hate I don't know they said their president and and the and I explained to them known concentration camp on the other line you used to be a little upset yeah yeah and and I did remind him of this little bang those changes were under Barack Obama anything he said dole saying you were not there we're going to send them back we need to do is but a long taken back across the border led a map down there you know I I mean a sense of what the president's been trying to do he was trying to you know just to keep him there till they can come across and have an actual asylum hearing before you release them into the country but you know of course I just over six hundred the miners are released and they're working in relation do you you know who would go and be brought up on charges five years right the phone number and address on the job a lot of great help you know you know and not knowing you know whether EDS hello the job when you get there the end of the call or have an adult I what a mess it's not their fault it's not our fault it's clear that our government is really let us down here so I'm not I'm not point not figured back and forth each one another trunks no that's not his job there's even Gration policy they're doing absolutely nothing well they had no business doing the dream act it's not mansion immigration and did not renew the dream act hoping it would go back to Congress and they do their job and they didn't do their job and every time he tries to do so enforce the law which is huge job he import the laws Congress may come back here in and the Democrats can back the Republicans have magnum saying that so his we're going to have a very nice selection you have a great weekend all the work is good all right will be safe out there watch out causing me a lot of crazies on the road yeah I was talking about is yesterday a federal judge in Seattle block to the trump administration policy that would keep thousands of asylum seekers locked up while they pursue their cases the judge says the constitution demands such migrants have a chance to be released from custody US district judge Marcia Pakman ruling Tuesday that people who are detained after entering the country illegally to seek protection are entitled to bond hearings Attorney General William Barr announced in April that the government would no longer offers such hearings but instead keep them in custody it was part of the efforts to deter this surge of migrants at the border which it may have done a little bit the numbers for June were down compared to may but not by a whole lot but any either way Pickman said as people who have entered the U. S. they are entitled to fifth amendment's due process protections including a longstanding prohibition against indefinite civil detention with no opportunity to test its necessity the court reaffirmed what has been settled for decades according to those who are supporting this that asylum seekers who entered this country have a right to be free from arbitrary detention thousands of asylum seekers will continue to be able to seek release on bond as they seek protection from persecution and torture because this is the new cover everything everyone that's entering the country illegally they're all fleeing persecution and torture amazingly from the from the no matter where they're from it's not something the justice department did not immediately return an email seeking comment but the government was expected to quickly appeal the decision as the judge noted in her order for the past fifty years the government is given asylum seekers bond hearings before immigration judges where they can argue that they should be released because they're not a flight risk and pose no threat to the public no that's what the immigration rights groups told the court that gives the asylum seekers an opportunity to reunite with relatives in the US and find lawyers to handle their asylum claims making them more likely to succeed so the new policy would end that practice keeping anywhere from fifteen to forty thousand immigrants in custody for six months or more without requiring the government to show that their detentions are actually justify that's what they were arguing typically close to half of asylum seekers who are granted bond hearings are released from custody in other words just less than half not quite half so or than half those that are asking to be released don't get released all depends on the way.

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"marcia pakman" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"marcia pakman" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

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"marcia pakman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"marcia pakman" Discussed on KOMO

"Greater I'm Rick fansites Lisa Jaffe a federal judge in Seattle has blocked the trump administration policy that would keep thousands of asylum seekers locked up while they pursue their cases U. S. district judge Marcia Pakman rule today that people who are detained after entering the country to seek protection are entitled to bond hearings Attorney General William Barr announced in April that the government would no longer offer such hearings many of Washington state's older school buildings would not withstand a powerful earthquake the department of natural resources as nearly half pose a high risk of loss of life for students and teachers turn over your tax returns house Democrats today sued the trump administration demanding six years of president trump's financial rector ABC news correspondent mark rebel are joining us on the como Newsline with mark mark why did Democrats decide to take this step and go to federal courts well one branch of government seeking another branch of government forcing yet a third branch of government to do something that Congress the the house ways and means committee is now asking a federal court to step in and force the trump administration to release their tax returns the house ways and means committee first sent a letter in April a requesting information about president trump's tax returns from the treasury that that was not complied with then in may they upped the ante by issuing a subpoena they say that has not been complied with now they're asking a federal court to order them to comply with a subpoena and the ways and means committee says they have a right to ask for this information that's part of their mandate as a as a committee is to include oversight of the IRS in the treasury and the data plan that they don't even have to provide a reason for their request and the trump administration is not complied and so you have the the the the committee they're now asking a federal court to step in and the administration is not complying because and what it what's the argument why are they saying they're not releasing them well it one argument that was given back when the subpoenas were issued was that this wasn't a little late the the request was not for a legitimate legislative purpose so the trump administration at least from the treasury's perspective had taken the stance that in their opinion it was you know maybe a fishing expedition or it was political that this was the nature for their request and so they denied it but it's been the complaint filed in court today by the house ways and means committee they say the law doesn't even require us to give you a reason and let alone there is no exception under the law for the treasury to deny a request that's part of their argument here whether or not that will fly in court will have to see but the ways and means committee says the treasury has no ability to is say no to that to them and they must release that information if it's requested of them and so that's obviously what the argument's going to be before the court the court will have to decide and then you know who you know we'll see where it goes from there whether or not you know the big keeps being appealed or whether or not you know perhaps we'll see meal more inviting in the future and you got to wonder how much time this is taking and and how much it's costing taxpayers trying to get tax records well yeah this is but but but to that end no certainly for the ways and means committee they see this as a constitutional issue they see this as we are Congress and our job is to provide oversight of the treasury as as this committee in particular as well as the IRS and they see that as this is their basic duty as representatives and they say that when the trump administration is refusing to comply with this in what they also said was the only time they have ever that they're aware of occurring that did it they've refused to comply with this kind of a request this is a constitutional issue here and so that's why this is going to court certainly and whether or not that will play out and create some kind of president remains to be seen but it is interesting that the house ways and means committee are kind of using president trump's own words against him in this complaint they're saying that in here you know when president trump was running for office he used to complain about how we got on it all the time and that's why he would release his tax is tax returns and that he said it was quote extremely unfair well they're saying well part of our jobs overview of the Irish so perhaps we need to look into why that is the case and now they're saying we want to we want to examine that coming back to bite okay thank you so much ABC's mark Graham lard it's six twenty and your call will tell insurance money updates Tesla had a solid second quarter in terms of vehicle deliveries the electric car maker delivered a total of.

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"marcia pakman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"marcia pakman" Discussed on KOMO

"News report couples Corwin hate has more the report says development of software systems aboard the Max was outsourced to India based H. C. L. technologies in offices near Boeing field recent college grads developed and tested the software according to specs provided by Boeing engineers the report says Boeing outsource the work at a time when the company was laying off experienced engineers the report says many of the young workers made as little as nine dollars an hour Boeing does not do night H. C. L. employed low wage workers for that they worked on mac software the company does say it did not rely on these workers for development of software linked to two deadly crashes Corwin Hey komo news hotly debated sixty mile power line project takes a step closer to reality couples bill o'neil explains a hearing examiner and bill view is issued a ruling in favor of Puget Sound energy's energized decide project The Seattle Times reports it applies to one phase of the plan for building high voltage wires between Redmond in Renton and applies to sell bill viewer PSE hopes to build a new substation and add more than three miles of line opponents believe the line to be dangerous since a PS he's projections on the need for energy in the area over blown two groups opposed to the projects it will file appeals with bill the city council the utility called the ruling a key milestone still no date for construction has been set hello Neil komo news if you're heading out soon for a summer vacation prepare to pay more at sea tac airport parking lot today the rates are getting an increase the port of Seattle says the rates are gonna go up five to six percent that means daily parking is not going to cost another two Bucks a day hourly rates increasing by a dollar an hour the weekly rate increasing by eight nine dollars per week airport officials say there have only been two parking rate hikes in the last decade the last one was in twenty seventeen and every man is charged with assault after shoot out with his stepfather snobbish county prosecutors say that on may twenty eighth the fifty two year old man showed up at his parents house in average parents told investigators he appeared to have suffered a mental breakdown saying they were hiding money from him then that his identity was stolen the ever hear reports that's when the man's parents said he threaten to kill them step father got a gun and the two exchanged gunfire through the homes hallway both men later treated for gunshot wounds at hospital a federal judge in Seattle says she expects to real quickly on whether to block a new trump administration policy that keeps asylum seekers locked up while they pursue their cases come was air kinds reports US district judge Marcia Pakman could roll this week US Attorney General William Barr announced the policy in April it affects immigrants who have recently entered the U. S. without permission and have demonstrated a credible fear of persecution or torture it returned to their home country immigrant rights activists say for fifty years the government is granted asylum seekers hearings where they can show they're not a flight risk and pose no threat to the American public the justice department says the new policy denying them such hearings as a valid interpretation of federal immigration law Erica it's komo news six teenagers now recovering after a crash in Lewis County Centralia fire says this happened just before five in the morning Sunday on Roanoke street the investigators say the driver lost control after swerving to avoid it dear everyone in the vehicle was able to get out for first responders got to the scene and were all taken to a hospital they should be okay the Centralia police department still investigating that crash former Washington state university quarterback mark ribbon has been arrested in Spokane on suspicion of domestic violence the spokesman review says police arrested him near a north Spokane bank well his wife lay injured nearby ribbon opened up recently about bouts with mental illness he blames on repeated football injuries I.

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