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"The world and everything in it has made possible by listeners. Like us my name. Is steve schmidt and i live in saint anthony minnesota crew. The ministry formerly known as campus crusade for christ in the us. I ought to listen to this podcast riding my bike to work. I hope you enjoyed today's program. Good morning today. The economics of president biden's vaccine mandate. That's ahead on the monday money. Beat also today legal docket one woman story of overcoming blindness and becoming a high level attorney plus the world history book twenty years ago fears of biological terrorism to the whole front and those concerns over anthrax in florida after one man died from the illness and his coworker was contaminated. It's monday september thirteenth. This is the world and everything in it from listener supported world radio. I'm mary reicher and dawn. Nick eicher good morning time now for the news with kent covington. Republicans are pushing back against president biden sweeping vaccine mandates. Gop governors swiftly denounced. The requirements and vowed to sue and private employers. May do so as well. Arkansas governor asa hutchinson told nbc on sunday. The this is an unprecedented. Assumption of federal mandate authority that really disrupts in divides the country. He said he believes the mandates will be counterproductive but surgeon general. Dr murthy said the new mandates are appropriate to be clear they requirements at he announced or not sweeping requirements for the entire nation. These are focused on areas where the federal government has legal authority to act. Critics disagree calling it federal overreach. The mandates could impact one hundred million americans including workers with any company that has more than one hundred employees. The biden administration declassified in fbi document on the anniversary of nine eleven that sheds new light on support given to to saudi hijackers. The document details contacts. The men had with saudi associates and the united states leading up to the september eleventh attacks. But it does not provide proof that senior kingdom officials were complicit in the plot. The sixteen page document was a summary of an fbi interview. Done in two thousand fifteen with man who had frequent contact with saudi nationals. In the united states who supported the first hijackers to arrive in the country. Victims families have long sought the records as they pursue a lawsuit in new york alleging that saudi government officials supported the hijackers. Gop congressman tony. Gonzales commented on the report sunday. There's no doubt that saudi nationals Help plot l. execute this terrible act on september eleventh. What level that dipped into the saudi government. I still i still think is murky but one thing that isn't murky is the taliban and how al qaeda they harbored also over the weekend al qaeda leader. I'm an also hurry appeared in a video marking the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks months after rumors spread that he was dead and intelligence group called site that monitors jihadist websites said. The video was released on saturday in. Its al-zawahiri praised al qaeda attacks including one that targeted russian troops in syria in january site said also while hurry also noted the us military's withdrawal from afghanistan. After twenty years of war of that does not necessarily prove the video was recent as withdrawal plans. Were in place earlier this year. Democratic senator joe manchin said sunday that he is a hard no on president biden's three and a half trillion dollar spending plan reiterating his opposition. He noted that the federal government has already pumped more than five trillion dollars into the economy. Since the start of the pandemic we have done an awful lot. And there's still an awful lot of people that need help. But you have eleven. Million jobs aren't filled right now. Eight million people are still unemployed. Something's not matching up. Don't you think we ought to hit the pause and find out that from cnn state of the union at an evenly divided senate. Democrats cannot pass the spending package without mansions. Vote he told. Nbc's meet the press that he also has concerns about the plant itself. He said those include the lack of guardrails and the called for spending on social programs. I think that if you're going to make sure they were helping our children. Let's make sure that children are getting the best benefit of that. Let's make sure that a a guardian or a parent is doing everything they can to nurture that child and given the resources they do it. But if you don't have any work requirements there's no means testing on so much of this it makes sense to me. He also said while he supports raising corporate taxes to a degree. He's concerned that tax hikes as outlined in the proposal would make america less globally competitive the west virginia senator said he might support a spending plan in the one to one and a half trillion dollar range but definitely not three and a half trillion. I'm helping ten and straight ahead. A supreme story of perseverance loss a historic supreme court nomination as is the world and everything in Ooh it's monday september thirteenth twenty twenty. One thanks for listening to the world and everything in it. good morning. i'm mary record. And don.

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"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

07:28 min | 2 months ago

"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Of motorists who drowned in new orleans and a person by a falling tree outside about an rouge new orleans. Mayor latoya cantrell said the good news. Is that her cities. Levy system passed a major test case scenario. It did not happen. We did not have another katrina. And that's something again. We should all be grateful for however the impact is absolutely significant. She said the city and the state are only beginning to survey the destruction. The damage to the power grid was so extensive. That officials warned. It could be weeks before it's repaired. Fire officials have ordered more evacuations. Near lake tahoe. As the calder fire roared through forests south west of the lake along the california nevada state line. The fire destroyed multiple homes on sunday along highway fifty. That is one of the main routes into the south end of the lake. The fire also roared through the sierra at tahoe ski resort destroying multiple buildings and the weather does not appear to be cooperating forecasters say extreme heat and triple digit temperatures. Could last for several days the blaze that broke out august fourteenth has already burned roughly two hundred and fifty square miles. That's an area larger than chicago. New kovic nineteen infections have risen to levels not seen since january of this year which was the peak month of the pandemic so far world. Kristen flavin has more about one. Hundred fifty thousand. Americans are testing positive each day according to a rolling seven day average. That's a return to january levels though not yet near the mid january peak of a quarter of a million daily infections those are of course just the recorded numbers experts say the actual case count as likely much higher as many who can track the virus. Never take a test and deaths for cova. Nineteen are also on the rise quadrupling since early july. Almost a thousand americans are once again dying from cova. Nineteen each day. Officials estimate that about ninety. Eight percent of those deaths are among unvaccinated patients. But vaccinations are also on the rise. About four hundred. Fifty thousand americans are now getting their first shot each day. That's an increase of seventy three percent since late july reporting for world. I'm kristen flan kept covington straight ahead. A court victory for christian schools was resisting the temptation to pretend we're perfect. This is the world and everything in a. It's tuesday the last day of august. Twenty twenty one so glad to have you along for today's edition of the world and everything in it. Good morning. i'm mary reicher and dogmatic hiker. I up today religious guidance for religious schools federal court earlier this month upheld the right of an indianapolis catholic highschool to fire a guidance counselor who violated church teaching by entering into a same sex relationship. Lynn starkey sued ron collie highschool in two thousand nineteen. She accused school officials of discriminating against her and creating a hostile work environment due to her sexual orientation. We'll joining us now to fill us in on this. Case is steve west. He's an attorney and writes about religious liberty issues for world digital good morning. Steve good morning mary. First of all give us a bit of background on this case and how we got here. Lyn starkey worked for run collie highschool along time about forty years from nineteen seventy eight to nineteen ninety nine but you know people's beliefs and behavior can change over their lives and that's kind of what happened here though. She obviously subscribed to catholic teaching on sexuality marriage. When she was hired she had to in order to work there that changed by the time she entered into a same sex relationship and when the school learn about it. It did what it had to do it. It didn't renew our contract. She was fired so as we mentioned a federal court sided with run carly highschool. How and why did the court arrive at that decision stark. You made a number of claims but it all boiled down to you discriminate against me about firing me solely based on our status as a gay person but the court relied on what's called the ministerial exception. A doctrine the courts have developed that flows out of the first amendment is part of a broader idea that churches and religious institutions when they're acting like churches and religious institutions should have a high degree of autonomy and courts should not be second guessing their decisions. Let's statelets to stop right here and delve more deeply into what ministerial exception. Actually looks like that refers to church doctrine governance and even firing and hiring after all if a church or religious ministry is going to fulfil mission it to be able to count on employees who believe in the mission. The ministerial exception applies to ministers of course but also to those employees who serve a vital religious function like a principal of a school and organised for the church A press secretary for religious organization and the court here said that lynn starkey as a guidance counselor certainly fell in that category. I mean she gave spiritual advice to students. She prayed with them and she served as a role model to them. Will the school have to defend its rights any further or is this case closed. Unfortunately it looks like it's not over yet. Starkey has appealed not with the school wants of course but a favorable appeals court ruling could be helpful to many other schools in helping clarify the law in this area right. Well steve. You wrote that. The courts continued to wrestle with the scope of the ministerial exception. Explain what's going on there. Well no one believes that. Churches religious schools in religious ministries are completely autonomous yet. The ministerial exception arose as a way to protect their religious liberty and prevent the government from being entangled with religious doctrine and governance. And here's an area in which we can be very thankful for the way. The supreme court has at least today dealt with it yet defining the scope of the exception can be a challenge as you move farther away from someone who's an actual minister so yes. It covers the minister. The teacher even the guidance counselor like here but at the other stream it be a challenge to show. It covers the custodian or school bus driver. I know there's been some recent cases dealing with the ministerial exception at the supreme court. Yes last summer. The court issued a ruling upholding the right of two catholic schools in california to fire elementary school. Teachers over discrimination claims finding they were both vital because they were involved in teaching the faith but decisions back to other courts. That didn't stop. The ministerial exception are up for review by the court. One involved a lawyer who sought job at a legal aid clinic operated by seattle's union gospel mission. Where the mission. Charges every employee with evangelization. Does he serve vital religious function or what about social work professor. At gordon college christian college where the college has a well articulated vision of ministry for staff that requires integration of faith and learning. Does she served a vital religious function..

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"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

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06:11 min | 3 months ago

"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"A lot of it to share this month. Many listeners rodas this week after hearing. Dr charles. horton's interview about america's frontline doctors. We will read samples from a few of those many many emails in just a minute but one common criticism that we heard was that we didn't have any kind of response from the organization itself. That's right we did. Not but there's a reason for that and we should have said so during the segment that dr horton did. Try to get in touch with america's frontline doctors and asked to talk with them as part of his reporting. He gave them a week to respond and they did not right. We also heard for many listeners. Who wanted us more directly to address. The doctors claims about things like how drugs chloroquine ivermectin and reports of adverse reactions to the kobe. Vaccines one of the reasons we didn't do that in this segment is that we've carried reporting on these issues at other times we'll link to those reports in today's program. Transcript so if you wanted to that would make it convenient to go back and check those out all right well. It's read some email that is representative of the feedback. We received as i said it was a lot. It was highly negative some of it from medical professionals and all of it by email so we will have to read excerpts for you. I kenneth kirby wrote to say he was disappointed. The piece was more of an editorial commentary about america's frontline doctors and not a new story alan. Shell said he wished we'd mentioned several cases in the past when a vaccine fully approved by the fda had to be pulled from the market due to safety concerns chrome question as he says the over the top panic-inducing push to vaccinate the planet against a virus. That has a very high recovery rate and suggested world has accepted that idea without critique. Rick whitmer took issue with our description of america's frontline doctors as primarily political. He noted that medicine and politics have often become intertwined during the past year. Austin britten wrote to say he thought we'd misrepresented the groups use of the term experimental. He noted that because the technology behind the mr a vaccines has never been used before. It is by definition an experiment. When you said the responses were highly negative and they were but a few were appreciative. David phillips wrote to say it was excellent informed thoughtful and vital reporting and donald thompson of family and preventative medicine doctor in bristol. Tennessee called in with this feedback. Dr horton identifies several red flags about this group that we would be wise to identify when we get our news. A medical group should provide medical advice. Based on evidence it may be difficult to separate evidence from a political discussion and from the obvious emotions associated with illness and death but it is crucial that the wise consumer of information do just this. Well thanks to everyone who provided feedback many indicated. They are longtime listeners and happy listeners. We know this is an area where reasonable people disagree. And we thank you very much for your reasonable and thoughtful disagreement sticking with that same subject but moving on to a different story longtime listener stephan. Ad buick had this to say about another. Covert related story. I want to thank you. For paul butler segment on your july first podcast about lingering post covert side effects i had it and i was on a ventilator for eight days thankfully the lord brought me through and while i'm in remarkably good shape now there are some lingering effects including leg numbness and shooting pains in that same leg. I had thought it. Perhaps it was a result of laying on my back for a month. But your podcast made me think that maybe it is indeed a long term side effect. Thanks to the world and everything in it for making me aware of this possibility but mostly thanks to our lord for his healing hand. Well thank you steffan and we join you and giving thanks to god for your recovery We have time for one more. Call today hi. My name is catherine family. Listens from north west indiana on monday on legal dockets in the discussion with adam sherrington About the supreme court rulings for the year Statistics he mentioned that there was a ninety four percent reversal rate for the ninth circuit. And so that. That was very concerning. I was wondering why that was concerning. Thank you all right. Well catherine we asked mary reicher to give us an explanation to pass along and she told us. When the high court overturned so many rulings from one circuit it suggests the judges in that circuit are deciding cases not on legal principles but on outcome in other words. The judges may be asking themselves. How do i want this case to turn out. And then find justifications after the fact to reach that conclusion instead when judges are making even-handed applications of the law you wouldn't see the supreme court having to overturn the majority of their decisions. That's what she said. We also got an email this month from a listener. Asking about our new podcasts lawless. We previewed back in april and he said he was looking for hearing it. Well the wait is almost over. The first episode airs on september seventeenth and between now and then we have new seasons of legal docket starting on august tenth and listening in on september tenth. It's going to be a busy month around here with lots for you to look forward to and lots of work for us still to do well one final note before we go. If you haven't had a chance to vote yet in this year's hope awards. Please be sure to.

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"mary reicher" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

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