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"occupational safety health administration" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"occupational safety health administration" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Hello and welcome here. The erik erikson show. It is friday so even if the weather sucks at least you got the weekend. Hopefully wherever you are the phone number. If you'd like to be a part of this year program. Eight seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. We've got to begin with. Well what do you want to call it. I'm calling struggled age. You have no idea what i'm talking about. I am about to educate you in ways. You have not been educated before in talk radio. No we're not. We're not talking power issues. And you know i gotta give credit where credit is due Friend of mine is megan kelly producer. He worked at cnn. When i was at seeing any work with piers morgan for awhile. Actually at c. n. steve crack our great guy. Generally good guy has worked on the blaze. Good guy knows the media inside and out and he reminded me he's got an email and he reminded me in his email of david puffs idea of stray voltage. Stray voltage is a political idea. Of you know something bad is coming. You need to distract everybody so nobody pays attention to it. They pay attention to the voltage. 'cause you know stray voltage fire. Things up stirs things up can cause short circuits can can cannot be good and you gotta you gotta pay attention to it. So during the obama years david plus was a strategist for barack obama. He's now on the outside whispering. Joe biden's ear and the years of the administration. He's also a lobbyist but david bluff. Obama would come out and do things that distract people from unfavorable news towards the obama administration. So is the vaccine mandate stray voltage. Steve krakauer wants to know and and it really makes it. S- when you think about the news no one really talked about except for me. I spent some time on fox. News did Lot of media outlets buried it or didn't cover it at all but the the stroll tages the biden administration comes out says we're gonna mandate vaccines for employers one hundred employees or more if you don't wanna take it. You gotta do a nasal swab multiple times a week. Now pay no attention to the fact that osha. The occupational safety health administration or whatever. It is a hazard whatever it is. They don't have the manpower to enforce this. They don't have the manpower for compliance. Don't have the manpower for inspection. They don't have the manpower fort. And there aren't enough supplies out there for unvaccinated people to get tested and it takes a while for the test unless you do the rapid test and then it's still could take up fifteen minutes or longer. It is very very difficult to administer this to implement this. There's no i it's an open question as to whether or not it's constitutional an odd arguably is really not constitutional. But everybody's focused on it everybody's at each other's throat everybody's complaining about everybody's arguing about it you you've got left out there. Bullying people on the right demand. You better take this vaccine or else you've got people in the media Out there really out to shame those who do not do it. I did not play the audio. Here is don lemon yesterday. On cnn editor dave today on cnn. And so i think we have to stop coddling people when it comes to this and the vaccine. Oh you can't shame them. You can't call them stupid. You can't call them. Yes they are the people who ate it in a better trump are stupid because they believed his big lie the people who are not getting vaccines who are believing the lies on the internet instead of science it's scientists are shaming..

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"occupational safety health administration" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"occupational safety health administration" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"A mandating of vaccine, particularly for the general public. Never see the general public. Mandating Fauci for the general public. That's us now and Jen stock. You know that that that's not something that's not the role the federal government to mandate. No, I'm I wouldn't I wouldn't demand I wouldn't be support mandating. You know, As I've been saying that you know we can. We cannot require require this of people, Nancy Pelosi says It's not something we can do. We cannot require people. Now you turn that into now It's become a license now to go after. Anybody that has that opinion today. Now it's now it's open season to cancel to distance. It's okay to say they don't deserve health care treatment, emergency room treatment If they're not vaccinated. Keep in mind. Nobody that is, you know, there's one size fits all medicine is is amazing to me because there are the rare conditions that we've chronicled. Um I'm not a doctor. I'm not telling people what to do each and every way except take this damn thing seriously because it's dangerous. The one therapeutic I find that that's the most promising that I know people that have had the best results is the colonial antibodies like Regeneron. Um, but there are other people that are worth listening to whether you agree or disagree. Inform yourself anyway. So, with all of that said, we don't have any vaccines for mandates for illegal immigrants at all. In the middle of a pandemic. Joe builds overcrowded cages with a high rate of covid positivity, and they don't even test people. They don't vaccinate, vaccinate people, and then they dispersed people all over the country and is hundreds of thousands of people every month that they've been doing this, too. We're going to get lectures from Joe Biden on any of this. I mean, it is such a pa Chrissy, and now it's fashionable to just You know, demonize anybody who did the hell with your freedom. Where's the anger of Joe for releasing all these illegal immigrants without even testing them without demanding vaccinations of them anyway? 809 41 Sean toll free number. It is now the consensus among lawyers that I like and respect is that there's no way this is going to stand up in court. You got over 20 now states. Then are in the process of suing Joe Biden and preparing for a lawsuit. Uh, to analyze the legal side of it. We've got David shown civil rights attorney and by the way, former board member of the Alabama Civil Liberties Union Gregg Jarrett, host of his own podcast, a brief Fox news legal analyst, number one best selling author. Greg, let's start with you and get your take on this Well, it's unconstitutional for the feds to do it because under our constitutional system states are in charge of public health concerns. It's part of their police power, not the federal government. Federal government is never ordered. Compulsory vaccination. For that reason states have and twice the Supreme Court has upheld the right of states and local officials issue vaccine mandates or face a penalty. Um, the other thing that's going on here beyond that, so you know, states will sue governors. Individuals will sue businesses will sue. You're going to have efforts by state legislatures to pass laws against mandates already, 14 states have them so you've got that. But the other part of the equation is You know Biden, the CDC director Pelosi, all the people you mentioned who said this isn't within the power of the federal government to do it. They know that they can't do this. So they tried a work around as the chief of staff for Biden pointed out in a tweet by delegating it. OSHA, the Occupational Safety Health Administration. Under emergency temporary standards. Well, I'm looking at their emergency standards, and it specifically says you can only enact a rule if workers are in grave danger due to exposure to toxic Substances virus is not a toxic Substance, So they're not even within their authority under OSHA to do this, your take David shown there are several issues here to try to hit real quickly. Um, First of all, I want to be clear and the Covid devastated my family. I'm pro vaccine for me. I think my life was saved, Possibly by the money equivalent anybody. That's a choice for me to make. There are many people who pro vaccine, believe it but are against mandates. By the way, I think the you should be leading the charge against the mandate. This is about individual freedom. Everyone points to the 19. Oh, five K's Jacobson vs Massachusetts with Massachusetts is allowed to mandate smallpox vaccines. But the court said there clearly is the state Legislature was better than a court to decide. And they upheld the law by the state Legislature. Problem we have here many problems. Executive authorities overstepping to have an agency that hasn't even collected the proper data yet mandating something millions of hundreds 100 million people around the country. We don't do well with this kind of program. It wasn't that long ago that the Supreme Court allowed a forced sterilization of the feeble minded We don't want our federal government. Involved. These cases like Jacobson were long before the whole list of personal freedom type cases. It came from the Supreme Court. You know, we've had cases, though, even in the nineties, Washington versus Harper Band, the forcible injection of medication into non consenting persons body. Substantial interference with personal liberty. Um, Cruz and right to die the right to reject medication, even at the peril of your own death. Um, us versus Stanley, You can't subject somebody to experimental drugs. Now, you say Well, Pfizer has been approved. What about Moderna? I happen to have taken to the Derna. But do I want to force that on other people?.

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"occupational safety health administration" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"occupational safety health administration" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The federal government that is the role that institutions private sector entities. Another's May take. We cannot require someone to be vaccinated. That's just not what we can do. I am all for more vaccination. Um, but you know, I have nothing further to say on that, except that we're looking into those policies and quite honestly as people are doing that locally, Those are those are individual local decisions as well. I don't think you'll ever see a man dating of vaccine, particularly for the general public. You'll never see the general public mandating Fauci for the general public. That's us Now, then Jen stock, you know that that that's not something that's not the role the federal government to mandate. No, I'm I wouldn't I wouldn't demand I wouldn't be support mandating, you know, as I've been saying That you know, we cannot. We cannot require require this of people, Nancy Pelosi says. It's not something we can do. We cannot require people. Now you turn that into now It's become a license now to go after anybody that has that opinion today. Now it's now it's open season to cancel. To distance. It's okay to say they don't deserve health care treatment, emergency room treatment If they're not vaccinated. Keep in mind. Nobody that is, you know, there's one size fits all medicine is is amazing to me because there are the rare conditions that we've chronicled. Um I'm not a doctor. I'm not telling people what to do each and every way except take this damn thing seriously because it's dangerous. Other one therapeutic I find that that's the most promising that I know people that have had the best results is the colonial antibodies like Regeneron. Um, but there are other people that are worth listening to whether you agree or disagree. Inform yourself anyway. So, with all of that said, we don't have any vaccines for mandates for illegal immigrants at all. In the middle of a pandemic. Joe builds overcrowded cages with a high rate of covid positivity, and they don't even test people. They don't vaccinate, vaccinate people, and then they dispersed people all over the country and has hundreds of thousands of people every month that they've been doing this too. We're going to get lectures from Joe Biden on any of this. I mean, it is such hypocrisy and now it's fashionable to just You know, demonize anybody who did the hell with your freedom. Where's the anger of Joe for releasing all these illegal immigrants without even testing them without demanding vaccinations of them anyway? 809 41 Sean toll free number. It is now the consensus among lawyers that I like and respect is that there's no way this is going to stand up in court. You got over 20 now states. Then are in the process of suing Joe Biden and preparing for a lawsuit. Uh oh. Analyze the legal side of it. We've got David shown civil rights attorney and by the way, former board member of the Alabama Civil Liberties Union Gregg Jarrett, host of his own podcast, a brief Fox news legal analyst, number one best selling author. Greg, Let's start with you and get your take on this constitutional for the feds to do it because under our constitutional system states are in charge of public health concerns. It's part of their police power, not the federal government. Federal government is never ordered. Compulsory vaccination. For that reason states have and twice the Supreme Court has upheld the right of states and local officials issue vaccine mandates or face a penalty. Um, the other thing that's going on here beyond that, so you know, states will sue governors. Individuals will sue businesses will sue. You're going to have efforts by state legislatures to pass laws against mandates already, 14 states have them so you've got that. But the other part of the equation is You know Biden, the CDC director Pelosi, all the people you mentioned, you said this isn't within the power of the federal government to do it. They know that they can't do this. So they tried a work around as the chief of staff for Biden pointed out in a tweet by delegating it. OSHA, the Occupational Safety Health Administration. Under emergency temporary standards. Well, I'm looking at their emergency standards, and it specifically says you can only enact a rule if workers are in grave danger due to exposure to toxic Substances virus is not a toxic Substance, So they're not even within their authority under OSHA to do this, your take David shown there are several issues here. I'm gonna try to hit real quickly. Um, First of all, I want to be clear and the Covid devastated my family. I'm pro vaccine for me. I think my life was saved, possibly by the Monaco Anybody That's a choice for me to make. There are many people who pro vaccine, believe it but are against mandates. By the way, I think the you should be leading the charge against the mandate. This is about individual freedom. Everyone points to the 19 Oh, five case. Jacobson vs Massachusetts with Massachusetts is allowed to mandate smallpox vaccines. But the court said there clearly is the state Legislature was better than a court to decide and they upheld the law by the state legislature. Problem we have here many problems, executive authorities overstepping to have an agency that hasn't even collected the proper data yet. Mandating something millions of 100,000,100 million people around the country. We don't do well with this kind of program. It wasn't that long ago that the Supreme Court allowed a forced sterilization of the feeble minded. We don't want our federal government involved. These cases like Jacobson were long before the whole list of Personal freedom type cases. It came from the Supreme Court. You know, we've had cases, though, even in the nineties, Washington versus Harper Band, the forcible injection of medication into non consenting persons body. Substantial interference with personal liberty. Um, Cruz and right to die the right to reject medication, even at the peril of your own death. Um, us versus Stanley, You can't subject somebody to experimental drugs. Now you say Well, fighters been approved. What about Moderna? I happen to have taken in the Derna. But do I want to force that on other people? Another aspect of this I want to get to let real quickly is has been discussed. There have been lawsuits permitted by the United States. Supreme Court over LAX licensing for vaccine Berkovitz versus United States in 1988 allowed to claim to go forward against the federal government. We're not doing a cut, dining all the ties and all crossing the tease before licensing of vaccine. There's so much going on here before we force this into somebody's body. I personally wish everybody get vaccinated, and I wish that would work and cure the problem. But we don't know enough and last thing is felt You gotta factor into other things here. You don't nobody knows anything about anyone's medical history or their current medical condition. I am urging people to do their own research take into account those factors. I just mentioned talk to the doctor doctors, people in the medical community that they trust. And then make the right decision for them like you. I I believe in science. I believe in the science of vaccination, but there are also people that have rare conditions that their doctors do not recommend that they get this. This vaccine. This is one size fits all medicine. David and I'm by the way, I refused to tell people what to do or not do I just bring on varying experts agree with somebody disagree with just to give people information and I say, Ask your doctor. I'm not your doctor. Absolutely right. Absolutely right. The last thing I said, you know, I think felt she has to go. I don't care if you think the guys the greatest scientists on God's green Earth. This isn't working, and it changes his mind from day to day. Today, we need a new face to fight this tragedy that's going on around here. That's a different issue. But I just had to get it in and you take Gregg Jarrett. I mean, all these people that are playing doctor in Washington and playing doctor on TV that don't have medical degrees. Um, I really I've seen the worst of this like David has. And I'm urging people to be smart to be careful to educate themselves. Even read opinions don't agree with necessarily. Then talk to your doctors take into account your.

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"occupational safety health administration" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"occupational safety health administration" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Should step in and issue mandates. And if not, are you putting the needs of unvaccinated people ahead of the needs of that's where I think the question here. One. That's not the role of the federal government that is the role that institutions private sector entities. Another's May take. We cannot require someone to be vaccinated. That's just not what we can do. I am all for more vaccination. Um, but you know, I have nothing further to say on that, except that we're looking into those policies and quite honestly as people are doing that locally, Those are those are individual local decisions as well. I don't think you'll ever see a man dating of vaccine, particularly for the general public. You'll never see the general public mandating Fauci of the General public. That's us now. And Jen Psaki? No, that that that's not something that's not the role the federal government to mandate. No, I'm I wouldn't I wouldn't demand I wouldn't be support mandating, you know, as I've been saying That you know we can. We cannot require require this of people, Nancy Pelosi says. It's not something we can do. We cannot require people. Now you turn that into now It's become a license now to go after. Anybody that has that opinion today. Now it's now it's open season to cancel to distance. It's okay to say they don't deserve health care treatment, emergency room treatment If they're not vaccinated. Keep in mind. Nobody that is, you know, there's one size fits all medicine is is amazing to me because there are the rare conditions that we've chronicled. Um I'm not a doctor. I'm not telling people what to do each and every way except take this damn thing seriously because it's dangerous are the one therapeutic I find that that's the most promising that I know people that have had the best results is the mono colonial antibodies. Like Regeneron. Um, but there are other people that are worth listening to whether you agree or disagree. Inform yourself anyway. So, with all of that said, we don't have any vaccines for mandates for illegal immigrants at all. In the middle of a pandemic. Joe builds overcrowded cages with a high rate of covid positivity, and they don't even test people. They don't vaccinate, vaccinate people, and then they dispersed people all over the country and has hundreds of thousands of people every month that they've been doing this too. We're going to get lectures from Joe. Oh, Biden on any of this. I mean, it is such a pa Chrissy. And now it's fashionable to just, you know, demonize anybody who did that. Help with your freedom. Where's the anger of Joe for releasing all of these illegal immigrants without even testing them without demanding vaccinations of them anyway? 809 41 Sean toll free number. It is now the consensus among lawyers that I like and respect is that there's no way this is going to stand up in court. You got over 20 now states. That are in the process of suing Joe Biden and preparing for a lawsuit, Uh, to analyze the legal side of it. We've got David shown civil rights attorney and by the way, former board member of the Alabama Civil Liberties Union, Gregg Jarrett, host of his own podcast, a brief Fox news. Legal analysts number one best selling author. Uh, Greg, let's start with you and get your take on this Well, it's unconstitutional for the feds to do it because under our constitutional system state Are in charge of public health concerns. It's part of their police power, not the federal government. Federal government is never ordered. Compulsory vaccination. For that reason states have and twice the Supreme Court has upheld the right of states and local officials issue vaccine mandates or face a penalty. Um, the other thing that's going on here beyond that, so you know, states will sue governors. Individuals will sue businesses will sue. You're going to have efforts by state legislatures to pass laws against mandates already, 14 states have them so you've got that. But the other part of the equation is You know Biden, the CDC director Pelosi, all the people you mentioned, you said this isn't within the power of the federal government to do it. They know that they can't do this. So they tried a work around as the chief of staff for Biden pointed out in a tweet by delegating it. OSHA, the Occupational Safety Health Administration. Under emergency temporary standards. Well, I'm looking at their emergency standards, and it specifically says you can only enact a rule if workers are in grave danger due to exposure to toxic Substances virus is not a toxic Substance, so they're not even within their authority under OSHA to do this. Your take David shown there are several issues here to try to hit real quickly. First of all, I want to be clear. I mean, covid devastated my family. I'm pro vaccine for me. I think my life was saved, possibly by the Monaco Anybody That's a choice for me to make. There are many people who pro vaccine, believe it but are against mandates. By the way, I think the you should be leading the charge against the mandate. This is about individual freedom. Everyone points to the 19. Oh, five case. Jacobson vs Massachusetts with Massachusetts is allowed to mandate smallpox vaccines. But the court said there clearly is the state Legislature was better than a court to decide. And they upheld the law by the state Legislature. Problem we have here many problems. Executive authorities overstepping to have an agency that hasn't even collected the proper data yet mandating something millions of 100 maybe 100 million people around the country. We don't do well with this kind of program. It wasn't that long ago that the Supreme Court allowed a forced sterilization of the feeble minded We don't want our federal government..

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"occupational safety health administration" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

09:15 min | 1 year ago

"occupational safety health administration" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"There. Welcome. It is Erick Erickson here at the third hour of the program. The eve of September. 11th. We've been talking about that I got to spend more time on the vaccine mandate. Of course, there's a lot of other stuff happening. There's actually some breaking news happening right now. The fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Has left the Texas law in place the abortion law in place. SB eight. They refer to it as and their reasoning again highlights some of the the hysteria out there before I do that before I get into that, though, and everything else. The phone number here is 87797 Eric 87797374 to 5. If you would like to be on this year program, you are more than welcome to. It's kind of a free for all today it is Friday, after all, so you can call in and help set the agenda. Let me explain this issue because it's the press is doing such a terrible job. As I have said ad nauseam. I'm just repeating myself. The American press tends to be pro abortion. Whether you are or not, the American political press in particular, and news channels tends to be and so they oftentimes will wilfully mis report things when it comes to abortion. This is one of those situations that this circuit Court of Appeals is allowing the Texas law to stay in place for one reason, and one reason only. The plaintiffs sued the wrong people. Idiots. Law School one. Oh, one In order for a court to have power over someone that person must be responsible in some way. If you sue the wrong people, the court can't help you. And when you sue people and say these people are going to enforce the law, ordered them to stop enforcing it. And those people have no power to enforce the law. The court can actually help you. So you have to sue the right people, and they didn't do the right people. So for all of this, uh, hysteria over the courts have overturned Roe versus Wade surreptitiously. That's not really true. It's not really true. What actually happened is the lawyers for the plaintiffs screwed up. They sued the wrong people. And part of me thinks that given the way the media continues to willfully misrepresent what actually happened in Texas, that is that may have been by designing maybe part of a coordinated PR strategy to rev up hysteria. I don't know, though, that they can rev up hysteria as much on that as the hysteria on vaccines. I talked in the first hour about the legality and let me just review this real quick for those who weren't here in the first hour. Let me review just really quickly the legal issue with Joe Biden's vaccine mandate before I get into this hour now the political issue on the legal side of things Congress established OSHA, the Occupational Safety Health Administration, or whatever Occupational Health and safety administration it is a federal agency under the executive branch that Congress established. To oversee workplace environments and safety. There are and these guys are OSHA employees tend to be would be desperate. Anyone who has ever dealt with OSHA will tell you, they tend to be the worst of the worst federal bureaucrat. They are invasive. They are bullying. They are inept, and they don't care. And so Joe Biden is empowering one of the most intrusive federal agencies even more so than the IRS to a degree to oversee vaccine mandates. And essentially, you must either be vaccinated or tested constantly, Uh, about covid that take your pick. And in so doing, there is a question as to whether or not OSHA has the power under the legislation that chartered them into being do they really have the power to do that? Now there is a legal case called Chevron. And the Chevron standard. Let me see if I can actually pull up the Chevron standard. Um, for Oh, All of this. Yeah, the chevron doctrine. Uh, yeah. Let me let me let me Let me do this. I'm going to read this because it probably, um, will make more sense that if I try to explain my own words, Chevron deference is a doctrine of judicial deference that compels judicial courts in reviewing a federal government agencies actions to defer to the agency's construction of a statute that Congress directed the agency to administer the original two ships. Step Chevron process was outlined in the case. Chevron USA versus Natural Resources Defense Council eek. The 1984 ruling provided federal courts with the following two step process. The court must determine whether Congress expressed intent in the statute. And if so, whether or not the statutes intent is ambiguous. And then an extension in the agency's reasonable construction of the statute, of course, must assess whether the decision of Congress to leave an ambiguity Or failed to include expressed language on a specific point was done explicitly or implicitly. Now, what does this actually mean in the real world? It means that when Congress creates a federal agency The legislation that creates those agencies tends to be volume, voluminous volume ists and convoluted and very ambiguous. And so when there is ambiguity in the creation of a federal agency under the Chevron test courts defer to the agency to make sense of the ambiguities, not the courts to make sense of the ambiguities. For a very, very, very long time. There has been a growing argument that you can't do this. In 2000 and one in the case of United States versus Mead Corporation, the Supreme Court reigned in the Chevron step reigned in the Chevron deference. And essentially said a federal court must determine whether or not Congress intended for agencies or courts to possess interpretive authority. And in most cases that in and of itself is ambiguous. Neil Gorsuch and Bread Capital are actually two of the major leaders and John Roberts saying, We've got to get rid of Chevron. We're going to rein it in its court should be able to interpret and by the way, if Congress writes an ambiguous statute that's on Congress's fault, it's not actually our fault. Uh and This setup is Joe Biden giving OSHA power to enforce vaccine mandates, even though there's not clear statutory authority to do so. But Congress chartered OSHA To establish workplace safety and health guidelines. So arguably, Biden can can arguably say well, so I can mandate a vaccine through OSHA and enforcement at the workplace. So now the courts are given the perfect opportunity to rein in in the Chevron doctrine and say no, you can't that that's too broad, too. Too vague. You can't do that. The courts generally say if something is too broad and too vague and too ambiguous, she can't do it. If I haven't lost you, and if I have let me get you back here. What's actually happening here is Joe Biden wants the courts to strike this down. Joe Biden knows no president should have the power to mandate vaccines. But he's got to look powerful. He's got to do something. And so he can rely on the courts to say sorry, Chevron Standard out the window. You can't do this. OSHA doesn't have the power, so Joe Biden can say, Well, I tried, but it's those stupid Trump judges. It's their fault. So it saves Joe Biden from herself and allows him to blame Trump judges. But the politics of this we need to focus on the politics of this. That's the legal issue. We need to focus on the politics here. I now maintain. We can't really rely on polls except in two ways. If all the polls show something there's probably there. There. And if all the polls are headed in the same direction, there's probably there there. We may not know how many people support or how many people oppose. But we can probably say, you know, we have a sense that the American people are headed somewhere. Here's where the American people seem to be headed in all of the polling. It shows public majority not not plurality, but majority support for vaccine mandates. You and I may not like them. But we should understand even if we say the polls are wrong when all of the polls out there show that most Americans favor, Um, the odds are most Americans favor him. But Those are also most Americans living in blue states who are already gonna vote Democrat. What about the Atlanta suburbs? What about New Hampshire voters. Live free or.

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"occupational safety health administration" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"occupational safety health administration" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"And and let me just review this real quick for those who weren't here the first hour Let me review just really quickly The legal issue with joe biden's vaccine mandate before i get into this hour now. The political issue on the legal side of things Congress established osha the occupational safety health administration or whatever occupational health and safety administration. It is a federal agency under the executive branch that congress established to oversee workplace environments and safety there are and these guys l. osha employees tend to be would be despots. Anyone who's ever dealt with osha will tell you. They tend to be the worst of the worst federal bureaucrat They are invasive they are bullying they are inept they don't care and so joe. Biden is empowering one of the most intrusive federal agencies even more so than the irs degree To oversee vaccine mandates and essentially. You must either be vaccinated or tested constantly About covert take your pick and in so doing. There is a question as to whether or not osha has the power under it the legislation that chartered them into being. Do they really have the power to do that. Now there is a legal case called chevron and the chevron standard Let me see if i can actually pull up the chevron standard for all this the chevron doctrine i e. Yeah lemme lemme. Lemme let me do this. I'm going to read this. Because it probably will make more sensitive metrics when in my awards chevron differences doctrine of judicial deference that compels judicial courts in review it a federal government agencies actions to defer to the agency's construction of a statute that congress directed the agency to administer the original to ship step chevron process was outlined in the case chevron usa versus natural resources. Defense council inc the nineteen eighty-four ruling provided federal courts with the following two step process. The court must determine whether congress expressed intent in the statute and if so whether or not the statute's intent is ambiguous and then extending the agency's reasonable construction of the statute of course must assess whether the decision of congress leave an ambiguity or fail to include express language. Specific point was done explicitly or implicitly. Now what does this actually mean in the real world. It means that win. Congress creates a federal agency the legislation that creates those agencies tinged to be volume voluminous volume ass- and convoluted and very ambiguous and so win. There is ambiguity in the creation of a federal agency under the chevron tests courts defer to the agency to make sense of the ambiguities. Not the courts to make sense of the ambiguities for a very very very long time. There has been a growing argument that you can't do this. In two thousand one. In the case of united states versus mead corporation the supreme court reined in the chevron step arraigned in the chevron deference and essentially said a federal court must determine whether or not congress intended for agencies or courts to possess interpretive authority in most cases that in of itself is ambiguous..

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"occupational safety health administration" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

08:59 min | 1 year ago

"occupational safety health administration" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Course, there's a lot of other stuff happening. There's actually some breaking news happening right now. The fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has left the Texas law in place the abortion law in place. SB eight. They refer to it as And their reasoning again highlights some of the the hysteria out there before I do that before I get into that, though, and everything else. The phone number here is 87797 Eric 87797374 to 5. If you would like to be on this year program, you are more than welcome to. It's kind of a free for all today it is Friday, after all, so you can call in and Help set the agenda. Let me explain this issue because it's the press is doing such a terrible job. As I have said ad nauseam. Now I'm just repeating myself. The American press tinge to be pro abortion, whether you are or not. The American political press in particular, and news channels tends to be and so they oftentimes will wilfully mis report things when it comes to abortion. This is one of those situations that this circuit Court of appeals Is allowing the Texas law to stay in place for one reason and one reason only. The plaintiffs sued the wrong people. It is Law school one. Oh, one. In order for a court to have power over someone that person must be responsible in some way. If you sue the wrong people, the court can't help you. And when you sue people and say these people are going to enforce the law, ordered them to stop enforcing it. And those people have no power to enforce the law. The court can actually help you. So you have to sue the right people, and they didn't do the right people. So, for all of this hysteria over the courts have overturned Roe versus Wade surreptitiously. That's not really true. It's not really true. What actually happened is the lawyers for the plaintiffs screwed up. They sued the wrong people. And part of me thinks that given the way the media continues to willfully misrepresent what actually happened in Texas, that is that may have been by design. It may be part of a coordinated PR strategy to rev up hysteria. I don't know, though, that they can rev up hysteria as much on that as the hysteria on vaccines. I talked in the first hour about the legality and let me just review this real quick for those who weren't here in the first hour. Let me review just really quickly the legal issue with Joe Biden's vaccine mandate before I get into this hour now the political issue on the legal side of things Congress established OSHA, the Occupational Safety Health Administration, or whatever Occupational Health and safety administration it is a federal agency under the executive branch that Congress established to Oversee workplace environments and safety. There are And these guys OSHA employees tend to be would be desperate. Anyone who has ever dealt with OSHA will tell you, they tend to be the worst of the worst federal bureaucrat. They are invasive. They are bullying. They are inept, and they don't care. And so Joe Biden is empowering one of the most intrusive federal agencies even more so than the IRS two degree to oversee vaccine mandates. And essentially, you must either be vaccinated or tested constantly, Uh, about covid that take your pick. And in so doing, there is a question as to whether or not OSHA has the power under the legislation that chartered them into being do they really have the power to do that? Now there is a legal case called Chevron. And the Chevron standard. Let me see if I can actually pull up the Chevron standard. Um, for Oh, Well, this Yeah, the chevron doctrine. Uh, yeah. Let me let me let me Let me do this. I'm going to read this because it probably, um, will make more sense that if I try to explain to my ward Chevron deference is a doctrine of judicial deference that compels judicial courts in reviewing a federal government agencies actions to defer to the agency's construction of a statute that Congress directed the agency to administer the original two ships step Chevron process was outlined in the case. Chevron USA versus Natural Resources Defense Council eek. The 1984 ruling provided federal courts with the following two step process. The court must determine whether Congress expressed intent in the statute. And if so, whether or not the statutes intent is ambiguous. And then in X Tamminen, the agency's reasonable construction of the statute, of course, must assess whether the decision of Congress to leave an ambiguity Or failed to include expressed language on a specific point was done explicitly or implicitly. Now, what does this actually mean in the real world? It means that when Congress creates a federal agency The legislation that creates those agencies tends to be volume, voluminous volume US and convoluted and very ambiguous. And so when there is ambiguity in the creation of a federal agency under the Chevron tests, courts defer to the agency to make sense of the ambiguities, not the courts to make sense of the ambiguities. For a very, very, very long time. There has been a growing argument that you can't do this in 2000 and one in the case of United States versus Mead Corporation. The Supreme Court reigned in the Chevron step reigned in the Chevron deference. And essentially said a federal court must determine whether or not Congress intended for agencies or courts to possess interpretive authority. And in most cases that in and of itself is ambiguous. Neil Gorsuch and Bread Capital are actually two of the major leaders and John Roberts saying you we got to get rid of Chevron. We're going to rein it in its court should be able to interpret and by the way, if Congress writes an ambiguous statute that's on Congress's fault, it's not actually our fault. Uh and This setup is Joe Biden giving OSHA power to enforce vaccine mandates, even though there's not clear statutory authority to do so. But Congress chartered OSHA To establish workplace safety and health guidelines. So arguably, Biden can can arguably say well, so I can mandate a vaccine through OSHA and enforce it at the workplace. So now the courts are given the perfect opportunity to rein in in the Chevron doctrine and say, no, you can't that that's too broad, too. Too vague. You can't do that. The courts generally say if something is too broad and too vague and too ambiguous, she can't do it. If I haven't lost you, and if I have let me get you back here. What's actually happening here is Joe Biden wants the courts to strike this down. Joe Biden knows no president should have the power to mandate vaccines. But he's got to look powerful. He's got to do something. And so he can rely on the courts to say sorry, Chevron Standard out the window. You can't do this. OSHA doesn't have the power, so Joe Biden can say, Well, I tried, but it's those stupid Trump judges. It's their fault. So it saves Joe Biden from himself and allows him to blame Trump judges. But the politics of this we need to focus on the politics of this. That's the legal issue. We need to focus on the politics here. Yeah. I now maintain. We can't really rely on polls except in two ways. If all the polls show something there's probably there there. And if all the polls are headed in the same direction, there's probably there there. We may not know how many people support or how many people oppose. But we can probably say, you know, we have a sense that the American people are headed somewhere. Here's where the American people seem to be headed in all of the polling. It shows public majority not not plurality, but majority support for vaccine mandates. You and I may not like them. But we should understand even if we say the polls are wrong when all of the polls out there show that most Americans favor, Um, the odds are most Americans favor him. But Those are also most Americans living in blue states who are already gonna vote Democrat. What about the Atlanta suburbs? What about New Hampshire voters..

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"occupational safety health administration" Discussed on The Authority Project

The Authority Project

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"occupational safety health administration" Discussed on The Authority Project

"How you can mimic their success. Authority building your audience and attracting better clients to your own business now without further ado. Let's bring to the virtual stage your host. Brian s arnold. All as brian back on the stage here this project you're the project and we wanna slap with authority to your name. You can sell more great. We're here was sheldon. Today's show them primus. And i'm excited to get into this very critical aspect of building your business and Before we dive in those shutting. Let's get right to who you are personally first of all in who you are professionally. All right all right. Well thank you for the the nice little words and starting opened again to primus. Most people don't know you know they see it end. I liked the band owes me money. They own some cash. So my field is safety consulting. And truly it's occupational. Safety and health is to safety guy. You guys that you're working in business and you say no. Yeah let us safety guy. Take care of that and that's pretty much. My my niche in life is working with them. So it wasn't always like that i was working for the city of orlando in florida for a while as a wastewater treatment operator and even before that i was one of the guys young legs young back at the time early twenties. That would be picking up the garbage running behind the truck grabbing the garbage. Throw nate into kim. And the next one and i had to do that pretty much because it was a temporary job that gave me an opportunity that if the city wanted to higher then they hire from their temporary pool first and then i would be able to get a fulltime job. So you know. Young man had hustle. So i did it and they said we had a position for wastewater operator i. I don't know what it is but it's a fulltime job. I'll take it. And and that's really where i got started and somewhere along the line. They said we need a safety You willing to do the safety guy. And i was like i'll do it What's in it and they say. Well you'll get a couple of hours a day that i could just focus on safety. I get an office. And i get card that i could buy stuff with of me twice. Doing got me started. And then my final position. I was in the safety when i got started was in the s. Well no no excuse me now. Yeah ninety four date myself and my last position was with i worked for a special district of the state of florida but by then all my my duties was safety and compliance and kind of worked my way through Get my bachelor's degree and my masters wallows working full-time and it's worth it isn't it. I don't know if you've done that route but you got to you. And when i finally finished up i was like I'm a little burnt with government. Worked so i decided. Let me see what it's like to to start my own business so two thousand eight. I started my own thing. As originally i was going to try to be a consultant to utilities water and wastewater but i figured while i know a lot about safety to. Let's add that in had to pivot because it wasn't paying bills you're right. I made to quick switch. When i started doing more osha compliance than for you guys that aren't into us. Osha occupational safety health administration. They're the people that regulate the the safety. And health of the us workforce and i started getting trained to be osha of authorized. If you will. And after that i kinda started answering the same question over and over again about safety consulting and i decided to be a safety consultant and now my job is i. Am the consultant to the consultants niche. Okay so that's your current prog. I assume that's next question correct. Yeah that is it all right so what what is your daily routine. Look like routine is all kinds of jack. Sometimes i can't tell you. Sometimes i start out. Where a waking up. And i'm watching netflix. And stupid stuff just to get my mind. You know free But i'm constantly. You know the october were bug where you're like like that movie where squirrel. I think it was one of the other movies where the dogs kind of chasing something and all of a sudden sees a squirrel in is might go into this girl. That's the entrepreneur. Mind so I've always have project. I'm working on in right now. Trying to I've always said this. I am truly the. I decided to teach people the business of being a safety consultant so my day to day job is all either worked on a podcast And then i'll also help with my personal clients. That i still have and then also i'm trying to figure out what is the next best thing resource wise to help my clients which is going to be other safety consultants and a truly i. I kind of try to find different ways to help other people. So that's what my day looks like in its searching internet. It's writing programs right now. I'm doing a lot of videos. So if it's it's different from each day and sometimes they actually just don't do nothing. Is that okay to say does not i. I love that. I love that. So let's dive into that because it seems as a hit you with something here. Go ahead and you have a very unique. Niche is very unique. But how do others get into into funding in niche. Do we do we really need. One is the first question for you. Well the answer to that one is yes. And it's very simple but truly The way that our society is right now globally. We have spent time energy on money just about on anything that interests us and we could find it at a fingertip when we're going through all our devices so if you now can think of what problem have you salt in pass or what problem has somewhat people keep telling you about and you're like this is the third time this month. That someone's asked me about this exact same thing right. You got a niche right right. Okay okay yeah you build it no come simple as part of a part of my model here so but okay so can you give us. The steps is there. Are there steps to finding our niche. What is what is what is the process that you've seen 'cause you're you seem like you kind of kind of walk into your gift walked into a profession. What what what.

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"occupational safety health administration" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"occupational safety health administration" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"$1.9 Trillion in further stimulus as an opening bid in what looks to be a long negotiation, the Republican Party fractures over President Trump. And unemployment claims remind us just how far we have to go for recovery in the labor market from New York. Welcome to the second hour Bloomberg Balance of Power I'm David Weston. Unemployment claims last week spiked up near one million, reminding us once again of just how many people don't have jobs today, who had them just a year ago. What would President elect Biden's similares plan of nearly $2 trillion do for them? We welcome now Richard Trump to president of the FBL CIA, which represents over 1.5 million workers nationwide. Sir Richard, Thanks for being with us. Answer that question. What would this plan if enacted, And that's another question, But if enacted, what would it do for those people out of work? Well, it would be a much needed relief. A lifeline in the short term on it would be able to get us through this doldrum that we're in. Right now. We're the freefall of our economy and get a store we could do and fix the economy permanently. I mean, what you saw last night was real leadership. David, you saw how awful humble Hopeful soon to be president offered a real relief to a country that campaign everything that there was is needed enhanced unemployment insurance. Being local government assistance, which is direly needed direct payments to individuals. Cobra assistance, which is we haven't talked about much, but a lot of people have lost their health care. And during a pandemic, which is obviously the worst time to lose it on Cobra assistance would help out it would do more with the addiction moratorium. It would expand, paid leave and long overdue that we've talked about numerous times on this show. Occupational Safety Health Administration emergency temporary standard. Infectious disease to take care of our frontline workers. Is that in there because I missed that. That was the old because you and I have talked about that quite a few times. Is that in that plan? It is it is in the plan. It's part of what's been suggested by the president elect. At the same time, all of that's not going to create jobs that's going to help people who don't have jobs. Tell us about the vaccination program and what could be done and covered 19 kids unless I'm wrong. That's the only thing that's actually gonna fix the economy so that we start employing people again. Well, I think you're absolutely right. And until we fix coded 19, you can't fix the economy. But I don't necessarily agree with you that distant. The package to the offered last night isn't gonna help with that. Because it is going to put money in the pockets of people that are going to spend it immediately that spending will create demand that demand does create jobs. That could get us to a point where we can do Ah large infrastructure stimulus bill that could actually then really put the economy back on the road. As you said. Way had about 965,000 people will apply for regular unemployment benefits. But we also had another 284,000, who applied for pandemic unemployment assistance. Even those air people that don't normally qualify for you. I So we had about 1.2 million more last week. This will help them. It will help the 26 million people that are either unemployed or working short hours and form a bridge to get us to where we could do a real stimulus package to fix the economy. But you are absolutely right. Without fixing coded. You can't do it and one of the big things that he talked about in that program today. What was the vaccination program? Things that he would do, he would scale up testing to stop Covitz heed the safely reopen schools. Hey, protect the vulnerable populations. On identify money in there to identify and address emerging strength of coded 19 and then invest in treatments and help the states. Two ways one with direct relief and and then released to state and local governments that will help them get the vaccine, Nina vaccine of war effectively and more quickly so that we can then get back. Our economy could get back to normal. One of these. Included in the proposed plan is nationwide minimum wage of $15. That could be a good idea. It could be a bad idea. But what does that got to do with covert 19? Isn't this a perfect example that allows people to criticize the plan to say it's not really targeted on the pandemic? Look, a Zay said. It's more than just a covert plan. It Z. To relief plan on getting people money in their pockets is absolutely essential. $15 is really a century because a family of four who will earns less than that. And work 40 hours a week and still live in poverty. I mean, that's not what this country's about, and they're not going to be able to participate in the economy in such a way that helps us grow the economy on so I think it is very, very justifiable and much needed because it has the minimum wage as a being increased in number of years. Richard I don't think you and I've ever talked about minimum wages, but I've heard it said that if you want to address that problem Doing it through a minimum wage is actually just a tax on people who, actually employing people. We're better off increasing the earned income tax credit. Do you have a view on that? Well, if you really want to take care of people is the way to do that is give people the right to bargain with their employer. Right now. We have There were three inequalities in this country. There's any quality of wages and well, there's any quality of opportunity, and there's any quality of power. You can't fix in equality of wages and wealth until you fix in equality of power. That's why the Pro act is so important. It would.

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