35 Burst results for "Pardon"

Larry Kudlow Calls out Biden for Saying Businesses Don't Pay Their 'Fair' Share

Mark Levin

02:23 min | 10 hrs ago

Larry Kudlow Calls out Biden for Saying Businesses Don't Pay Their 'Fair' Share

"How does all of this effect we talk about the middle class? How does this all affect The middle class, which Biden is trying to do is going to improve their wages. Is it going to improve their their savings? It isn't going to improve their job stability and so forth. It's going to do great damage. And I just wanted to spend a moment. On this issue of profits, corporate profits. Which Biden wants to task. More heavily and reverse the trump tax cut. So look. You want a good paying job? You need a good business. You need a stable business. If you're taxing their profits away. What does that mean? That means they don't have enough money. To keep the business growing. They don't have enough money to keep paying good, higher wages. They don't have enough money to prime the equipment. To increase productivity. You cannot operate mark without profits. Profits are the mother's milk of stocks. And like I say, there's 100 and 25 Million Americans in the stock market. It's not 10 billionaires. Okay, It's a half of the working population or in the stock market. But the bigger point is wages. Wages. You raise the corporate tax. Lower profits. That means you have to lower wages. That's what the business has to do to stay alive or until the business goes extinct. Now here's the big live. The big lie that died made again today and it's part of the old left ribs. Is that companies either don't pay any taxes. For companies pay too little in taxes. They don't pay their quote their share. Well, they do. I beg your pardon. We have had a profit boom post pandemic. Tax revenues are rolling in Mark. The government is bowling and cash right now. Okay, so who's going to suffer? 100. Listen to this. $100 billion. And profits. For the S and P. 500 companies, the biggest company 100 billion will be long. As a result of Biden's tax hikes, and

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Pence Slams Biden for Pushing COVID Vaccine Mandates

The Young Turks

01:34 min | 6 d ago

Pence Slams Biden for Pushing COVID Vaccine Mandates

"Yesterday we reported on president biden's new plan to get more people vaccinated and in effect for about one out of three americans if they work for a corporation that's large enough. They will sort of have to get vaccinated. It's being called a mandate but please bear in mind that you don't have to get vaccinated. You can alternatively simply get tested for covert every week. But everybody's forgetting about that. Pardon wall pretending that it's a mandate so let's go forward With that understanding now we have the reaction and virtually everyone on the right hates this regardless of what they've said personally in the past about vaccine mandates and we'll be doing it but in fact checking for that but why don't we start with mike pence who was in a position of authority in response to the pandemic not long ago. Here's what he had to say about the new plan. I have to tell you. The president's speech yesterday was unlike anything i'd ever heard from an american president. I mean to have the president of the united states Say that that He's been patient but patience is wearing thin. That's not on the american people. Expect to be spoken to by elected leaders but but to say that it's not about freedom let's exactly about freedom. America is about freedom and the ability to make the best decision for your family for your business and now to have a president not just scolding the american people but scolding governors around the country It's just it's just not the american way and And i expect expect the response. They're going to get from across the country prove that.

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Annette (Featuring Kris Krainock)

Piecing It Together Podcast

02:11 min | Last week

Annette (Featuring Kris Krainock)

"Ra. Chris crane arc is back with us today. And we're going to do our best at down this movie and net. Chris how's it going. It's going very well. Good to be back. It's been a minute. Yeah has been cited to be back. And i'm excited to be timing this movie because it is officially september in. It's my favorite movie of the year. So far it's been a weird year for movies man. I you know. I i keep saying i really hope by the end of the you know. We just recently did our top ten list at the midway point episode. And i really hope. Mortal kombat isn't still on my top ten the end of the year. I have to admit. I haven't seen that many movies actually this year. No it's my favorite amongst shortlist. Yeah but it has been a weird movie or you. Pardon me word year. He's yes and and it's a weird movie. It is a weird movie in a weird movie year but before we do get into some puzzle pieces here. I want to ask you where you like really looking forward to this movie. I i mean i know you. You like Liz carax's previous film holy motors fan big fan and while so this guy is really interesting. Film director. So he doesn't make that many movies. Yeah and he was kind of hailed as this french prodigy earlier in his career. And you know. Legend grew early around him. A suffered a lot of personal tragedy. Which holy motors and net or kind of response to some of that personal tragedy. So he's just a fascinating guy. And i really connected with holy motors which is interesting. Because it's such a bizarre movie. Yeah so strange and yet. There's this weird spell that a. casts that it's it's you must watch it. Yeah ever since then yeah. I was really looking forward to it. It was kind of kind of snuck up and bit me. I've been really focused on a lot of my own projects and when it happens i am not as up to date with everything that's happening in the movie. World's i typically am yeah. I'm just so swamped you know. And then i heard about this film. I heard about sparks being a part of it right right and i have. To make an honest. I only knew sparks very superficially. I knew there komo komo album Which was like their big breakthrough album. I think it was the seventies early eighties when they were kind of thought of. It's just like a experimental pop band

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Twitter Suspends JD Vance Campaign Account

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:51 min | Last week

Twitter Suspends JD Vance Campaign Account

"You see what happened to jay. Vance jd vance the author of hillbilly elegy the Appalachian raised kind of half appalachian. Half middletown ohio raised a young man. Who went on to become A yale law school. Nor i take that back. I think he went to yale. For as undergrad got his law degrade ohio state. Beg your pardon at anyway you'll jedi vance now. Senate candidate jd. Vance is one of the top senate candidates at least according to polls rising. He's got a lot of very powerful people behind him. Not a lot of which by the way or not all of which are full on full conservatives. he's got some silicon valley support but jd. Vance is a senate candidate to replace rob portman who is retiring and is not running for reelection here in the state of ohio again in which i reside so i will cast votes in this election. Jv vance's campaign account was suspended from twitter. Twitter is not now just censoring conservative individuals. Like you know the former president of the united states now. They're actually practicing. Election interference the campaign account for jd. Vance was suspended without any rhyme or reason offered. You just can't have a place on twitter anymore. They're still trying to find out why. To my knowledge they have not found out why. But it's an issue. It's a massive issue. Free speech the ability to communicate the ability to use modern tack. Everyone else's using modern tack in campaigning. All of that now is up in the air.

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Influential Educators: Abolitionist Prudence Crandall

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:23 min | Last week

Influential Educators: Abolitionist Prudence Crandall

"Was born on september third. Eighteen three in rhode island booth of her parents. Pardon and esther were farmers. Imprudence was young. Her family relocated to canterbury connecticut. There prudence studied arithmetic. Latin and science topics not normally taught to girls at the time. But prudence is family was quaker. Quakers believe in equal opportunity for education in eighteen. Thirty one. prudence opened her own private school for girls. The canterbury female boarding school. The school served the wealthiest canterbury families and was a source of great pride in the community. It was ranked as one of the best schools in connecticut with the curriculum that rivaled even the most elite all boys schools but prudence is school was not entirely equal. All of her students were white to encourage prudence to take a more aggressive stance. Prudence is black housekeeper. Marsha davis began strategically leaving copies of the abolitionist newspaper. The liberator in places where she knew prudence would find them. The liberator promoted the need for immediate abolition as opposed to a gradual abolition. That was more commonly supported by the new england. Delete sarah harris who came from a prominent black family in the area was the first to actively approach prudence about integrating school. Sara was eager to continue her own education so that she could become a teacher for other black children and in eighteen thirty. Two prudence enrolled sarah in the canterbury boarding school. The decision was met with outrage white. Parents demanded that prudence expel sarah when she refused. They withdrew their daughters from the school realizing that she'd need to find new sources of tuition. Prudence went to speak with william lloyd garrison. The outspoken white abolitionist publisher of the liberator prudence and william discussed the possibility of converting the canterbury school into a school entirely for black girls. William connected prudence with money of the most prominent black families in new england and in eighteen thirty three the school reopened with a new mission to educate quote young ladies and little misses of color. The class consisted of twenty four students and the curriculum remained identical to that of the original. Can't school

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Ireland’s Population Passes 5m for First Time Since C19th Famine

Pardon My Take

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ireland’s Population Passes 5m for First Time Since C19th Famine

"The irish irish back okay. Irish population got over five million for the first time since the potato famine so shout out to the irish shameless fleming potato. It only took like two hundred years of never using condoms irish to get their popular back. It's also very weird to think that the entire population was almost wiped out just because potatoes had a tough year and potatoes have like no nutritional value like their entire society was subsisting unlike the least healthy thing until it got wiped out Well we're all at ideas. Know we kind of. I don't know what else we can eat. We

Scott Frost Getting Torched by Fans, Media After Telling Comment at Monday Presser

Pardon My Take

00:25 sec | 2 weeks ago

Scott Frost Getting Torched by Fans, Media After Telling Comment at Monday Presser

"The other hostages. Scott frost a little bit from monday show but he had a press conference after the fact and he's talking about the offense illinois isn't he said about illinois's reading out about half. Our game plan was out the window when they lined up. How did if you're a head coach. You're on the hot seat. Probably not something you want to admit he got out the martin by bret bielema.

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Black Men Executed in 1951 Rape Granted Posthumous Pardons

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 weeks ago

Black Men Executed in 1951 Rape Granted Posthumous Pardons

"Virginia governor Ralph Northam has granted posthumous pardons to seven black men executed in nineteen fifty one for the rape of a white woman the Martinsville seven were all convicted of raping thirty two year old ruby Straub Floyd in a predominantly black neighborhood in Martinsville in January of nineteen forty nine it was the largest mass execution for rape in U. S. history in December advocates and descendants of the men ask governor Northam to issue a posthumous pardons their petition does not argue that the men were innocent but says their trials were unfair and the punishment was extreme and unjust at the time the case attracted pleas for mercy from around the world and in recent years it's been held up as an example of racial disparity in the use of the death penalty I'm Shelley handler

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"pardon" Discussed on Cherry Avenue True Crime Podcast

Cherry Avenue True Crime Podcast

05:28 min | 2 weeks ago

"pardon" Discussed on Cherry Avenue True Crime Podcast

"The <Silence> <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> <Music> pitcher online. <Speech_Female> Here's what the movie <Speech_Female> said accompanied <Silence> by the picture. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Horace finnan <Speech_Female> arche. Burks <Speech_Female> was executed in the <Speech_Female> same. Electric chair <Speech_Female> is toni. Jo henry <Speech_Female> on march twenty <Speech_Female> second. Nineteen <Silence> fifty-three <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> claude cowboy. <Speech_Female> Henry was paroled <Speech_Female> on april eighteenth. <Speech_Female> Nineteen forty <Speech_Female> five. He <Speech_Female> was shot and killed in <Speech_Female> dallas texas on <Speech_Female> july. 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Third <Speech_Female> nineteen sixteen. <Speech_Female> Tony <Speech_Female> joe was the third <Silence> of five children. <Speech_Female> Her mother died <Speech_Female> when she was six years <Speech_Female> old. <Speech_Female> Most reports <Speech_Female> say tony. Joe was thirteen <Speech_Female> when she started <Speech_Female> working at the macaroni <Speech_Female> factory <Speech_Female> and she was let go when <Speech_Female> they found out. There was <Silence> tb in the family. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Her father beat her <Speech_Female> for losing the job. <Silence> And tony joe left home. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> She became a street <Silence> hustler and prostitute. <Speech_Female> She <Speech_Female> later went on to <Speech_Female> work at the brothel in <Speech_Female> the red light district <Silence> of shreveport <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> she met claude <Speech_Female> cowboy henry <Speech_Female> nineteen thirty <Speech_Female> nine at the <Speech_Female> brothel. <Speech_Female> Most accounts say <Speech_Female> he was down on his luck <Silence> prizefighter. <Speech_Female> They got <Speech_Female> married november. Twenty <Silence> fifth nineteen thirty <Speech_Female> nine. 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"pardon" Discussed on Cherry Avenue True Crime Podcast

Cherry Avenue True Crime Podcast

05:27 min | 2 weeks ago

"pardon" Discussed on Cherry Avenue True Crime Podcast

"Welcome back to cherry avenue true crime podcast just a quick reminder that new episodes come out in the fifteenth and the thirtieth of each month with bonus episodes thrown out there willy nilly so please it subscribes. You don't miss any of them. Today's episode is the story of toni. Jo henry who had a horrible childhood fought drug addiction found true love and then was involved in a murder. I am covering the movie made about her case and the true story that the movie was based on the pardon is a two thousand and thirteen movie starring. Jaime king jason lewis. John hawkes an mc gainey. The true story of toni jo henry. A woman tried for the crime of murder in nineteen forty. Two in the state of louisiana This episode contains descriptions of murder and other results listener. Discretion is advised. The movie starts with based on a true story on the screen. We see we are in. Louisiana was shots of downtown buildings a riverboat and covered bridge. A young woman talks about growing up in shreveport and a house that was in a row of houses that all looked the same and that were across from the railroad. Her daddy worked for the railways. She tells us that after her mom died her daddy and new step. Mom began to take it out on her and she left. She was only twelve. And emma took me in for a spell until charlotte's became my new home. I knew the one thing i had going for me was my looks. I came in through the back door as anne beaming question but when i left thirty nine. It was through the front door as toni jo henry. Ms charlotte ran the place known as charlotte's the finest brothel in shreveport. Tony joe is all decked out in his lying on a couch. In the downstairs of the brothel a handsome cowboy catches her eye but he has many girls around him. He is done for the night and is leaving the next day. She goes to see him in a boxing match his hit against the ropes and his eyes land on her he smiles turns back around and knocks the other guy out. They go out for ice cream after the fight. He tells her he wants to see her again. She tells him he knows where miss charlotte says. He says he wants to see her away from there. They go out on a date to dinner. another day. they go out shopping. They continue to see each other and we see them on a picnic at cowboys. Next fight tony joe. Is there cheering him on. And she continues to do so for the fight after that things are going very well and they continue to date and cowboy continues to win his fights then one day cowboy comes by ms charlotte's in the afternoon when tony joe wasn't expecting him miss charlotte tells him he can go up in that. Tony joe was alone upstairs. He finds her with the syringe. And attorney get he goes to take it away asking what it is and tony. Joe grabs it and tells him she needs it..

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First "Murder Hornet" Nest of 2021 Destroyed in Washington

Pardon My Take

00:20 sec | 2 weeks ago

First "Murder Hornet" Nest of 2021 Destroyed in Washington

"Murder hornets. So these things popped up in early twenty twenty and we kind of forgot about him because of cova and forgot about them. I've been tyler. I've remained vigilant. Well unfortunately they're back The i asked was in washington. So that's good news. But i'm sure billy's on the lookout for more.

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"pardon" Discussed on Pardon My Sarcasm! with Ashley D & Fuze B

Pardon My Sarcasm! with Ashley D & Fuze B

05:00 min | 3 weeks ago

"pardon" Discussed on Pardon My Sarcasm! with Ashley D & Fuze B

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Spencer Elden Sues Nirvana for Child Pornography

KSR

01:16 min | 3 weeks ago

Spencer Elden Sues Nirvana for Child Pornography

"What do you guys think about the nirvana lawsuit. It's results so if you remember back in. The day nirvana had their big album. Never mind had a little baby in it. That was naked. Yeah now i will admit even back then. I was like i can't believe they did this. And hindsight i can't believe it even more like i'm really shocked that they were allowed to do it. Got through got through. And and i think they took the some. They edited it on some of the copies like walmart and stuff. But i'm still shocked. They did that so let me just say i'm not taking up for that. I kind of don't understand why they did that. But this dude has spent his entire life making money off that he recreated the picture he has never been full-time has never mind tattooed on his chest. Es nirvana tattooed on him he literally recreated the picture and he said in an interview a couple years ago that was cool with everything until he tried to reach out to nevada to do a gig with him and then they said no and so now he suing so pardon me. I don't have much sympathy for his lawsuit.

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Democrats Like Andrew Cuomo Obsessed With Pardoning Murderers

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Democrats Like Andrew Cuomo Obsessed With Pardoning Murderers

"And yet we have Democrats who are obsessed with pardoning. Killers. Jimmy Carter did it. Bill Clinton did it. Obama did it. Cuomo has done it. He marked his Final day in office Monday by handing out four sentence computations and one pardon. He also made a parole board referral for a 76 year old man. Over his role in the deadly 1981 Brinks armored car robbery. David Gilbert, a weather underground member. Now this is the thing I told you about the weather underground in the attack on the Capitol building and my brother. Crucial buildings. And they're pardoned by a Democrat. Another attack on the Capitol building shots fired From the gallery. Part by a Democrat. David Gilbert, a weather underground member who was convicted of three counts of second degree murder and four counts of first degree robbery for his role in the crime. The resulting in the deaths of Nyack police Sergeant Edward O'Grady, an officer Waverly Brown, as well as a Brinks guard Peter Page. He was serving a sense of 75 years to life in prison. With no possibility of parole until 2056 Gilbert's son. Do you know who his son is? He's the district attorney. San Francisco. Boudin sound familiar? Boutin. Had lobbied Cuomo for his release. His announcement, Cuomo said Gilbert would be referred to the parole Board for potential release and praised his significant contributions to AIDS education as they always do. He contributed, said No. He murdered people He was involved in it.

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Reuters Confirms the Sham Investigating of January 6 Events

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Reuters Confirms the Sham Investigating of January 6 Events

"And yet we have Democrats who are obsessed with pardoning. Killers. Jimmy Carter did it. Bill Clinton did it. Obama did it. Cuomo has done it. He marked his Final day in office Monday by handing out four sentence computations and one pardon. He also made a parole board referral for a 76 year old man. Over his role in the deadly 1981 Brinks armored car robbery. David Gilbert, a weather underground member. Now this is the thing I told you about the weather underground in the attack on the Capitol building and my brother. Crucial buildings. And they're pardoned by a Democrat. Another attack on the Capitol building shots fired From the gallery. Part by a Democrat. David Gilbert, a weather underground member who was convicted of three counts of second degree murder and four counts of first degree robbery for his role in the crime. The resulting in the deaths of Nyack police Sergeant Edward O'Grady, an officer Waverly Brown, as well as a Brinks guard Peter Page. He was serving a sense of 75 years to life in prison. With no possibility of parole until 2056 Gilbert's son. Do you know who his son is? He's the district attorney. San Francisco. Boudin sound familiar? Boutin. Had lobbied Cuomo for his release. His announcement, Cuomo said Gilbert would be referred to the parole Board for potential release and praised his significant contributions to AIDS education as they always do. He contributed, said No. He murdered people He was involved in it.

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Democrat Party Leaders Have Been Silent

Mark Levin

01:48 min | Last month

Democrat Party Leaders Have Been Silent

"The Democrat Party leaders are absolutely silent today. Distributors. Have we heard anything from Schumer? Durban. Pelosi. Clyburn. Lawyer. AOC. Talib. Nothing. Nothing about women and Children. Nothing. This is important to remember. This is important to remember. It's absolutely shocking. In our own country. It's not just the American Marxist. It's others. It's the isolationists and so forth. Get out! Get out! Get out! Get out! Get out! Get out! Get out! Get out! Get out! We don't fight 20 Year wars. We're not fighting a 20 year war. Had a single American soldier died in the last year and a half. We pulled out our combat forces in 2014. We have a president Obama, who released terrorists. Mass murders. Yeah. Back to Afghanistan, but they promised they wouldn't go back to the battlefield They promised. They promised Obama knows that they lie. And Obama lied to us. Obama has been buddies with domestic terrorists. Like Bill Ayers and Obama has pardoned domestic terrorists. You want to talk about violence and

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Boosters, Masks and Mandates

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:45 min | Last month

Boosters, Masks and Mandates

"Welcome back america. You you joined by. Michael oren the former bastard. The united states the former ambassador from israel to the united states. Dr michael oren is back in israel. Good morning dr orrin. How are you and welcome back to you to you. Know i'm glad to be back. I have. I have a very simple but complex question. I read the times of israel to actually find out what's going on with the virus because israel's had everybody else they've got a booster strategy ready they know what's up they know what's down. They have credible people who speak with authority and the public. Why does israel have a functioning public health directorate authority respected in the united states has a complete collapse of credibility with everyone. Well one of the reasons you have to do with the founding fathers you can blame alexander hamilton. James madison and john j Because the founding fathers were so frightened of central authority so frightened of the tyranny of the of the english king that they've they made authority very diffuse. So you know. The governor of new york can't tell the mayor of new york to close the schools of new york. But we have one authority here which tells the entire state but to do and everyone's gonna do it so okay We didn't have the founding fathers but they did some wonderful things but on the questions dealing with a national emergency. Health emergency I guess they didn't foresee that possibility. I got my third vaccination just week. You just pissed me off. I just i was just inveighing against the cdc because everybody knows people need boosters and they announced yesterday they will have a booster strategy in september. And they don't even know what they're gonna recommend and israel has already got michael oren. Who's my age getting. His third booster on freaking believable. Then i made my wife. Is one quarter jewish. Can i may khalia you. Can if not we'll make it happen because honest to god. It's one quarter jewish. I can prove it really. I can get there. You're in we'll get you in here but even then we're talking about now now limiting number people in restaurants but the number of people in stores at master mandatory and hear how 'bout k. Through three you mask your children yes. They have to go to mass that stupid they do in. It'll be the questions whether they're going to be encapsulated where they put kids. You know like three kids in each section of cloud pods makes sense that ventilation makes sense pardon but kindergarten through third grade master not work. There's not a scintilla of evidence for that. Well they do it and You know we're we're trying to change. The numbers are still going up. The numbers are still going up.

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Sec. Lloyd Austin Dismisses England in Comments on China

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:22 min | Last month

Sec. Lloyd Austin Dismisses England in Comments on China

"I originally scheduled to talk to you because you wrote a column for townhall dot com about secretary austin's comments on china and i couldn't believe it. I had missed it entirely. But i've been on vacation for two week. I really could not believe it and so would you walk me through what he said and what he meant to say. Sure absolutely it was very eye-opening. One hundred percent. And lloyd austin has kept a pretty low profile for the first six months anyway and you know his former general and he hasn't really stepped out of his lane at dod and lo and behold he both he and and president biden did two things last week number one. They declined whatsoever to give any sort of a progress report. On where the investor army the investigation stands on getting to the bottom of who is responsible for the china virus. Well we know that. China all signs point to the wuhan lab but That was something that biden was sort of backed into in late may in terms of actually calling for an investigation throughout the intelligence community. And we're coming up on two weeks now until the that report is due on the twenty fourth of august and they were absolutely and there were supposed to be a forty five day report as part of this ninety day review. Absolute crickets from both austin as well as from biden and awesome was over in the region in china and the fact that he failed to mention anything about holding china accountable and getting to the bottom of that is is the first one but the second problem is even more grievous. Is that austin while he was there. The british have unveiled a new aircraft carrier called the queen. Elizabeth and the queen loses a very impressive aircraft carrier and she took her first voyage or her first deployment into the south china sea and austin while he was over there said well you know the british ought to really stick to other places and we'll take care of the south china sea Meantime president trump. Is you know hugh. He put a big premium on having our allies in concert working in the south china sea building up the indo pacific partnership and he was pardon. Me there was exactly the opposite from lloyd austin while he was there in the region

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Powerful Partnerships and Networks for Women Leaders

Inspiring Women with Betty Collins

02:21 min | Last month

Powerful Partnerships and Networks for Women Leaders

"I want to talk about powerful partnerships and networks. When i say that it sounds so mighty Like you could conquer whatever is brought your way. Then this martin is on top of that is just really for women even better right so i wanna have this podcast today for all of you because this has been so impactful in my professional and personal life. You know the underlying issue of this topic. Is that partnering implies. Not being so low or by yourself my greatest time professionally and personally have been when i started you know these powerful partnerships and networks for women. It has played and continues to play a major role in my life as a leader. So i i wish i knew this when i was twenty something. Hey even my thirties. But i did not really get this and be part of it to my late forties. So i really wanna communicate to to my audience today to the women in the audience. No matter what age you are or at the point you are in your professional career. It's really key to how powerful partnerships and networks and by the way it's not just prof- a professional thing. It has been so huge for me personally. So really be open to to making sure. You're establishing these types of relationships. And i've been in all types of networking groups. We're not talking about networking today throughout my career. But it was you know it was more like the right thing to do is just part of my job. It really wasn't that impactful. But powerful pardoning is not having twelve hundred facebook friends. It's not name dropping That's just called connecting or or fantasizing that you know all these people less is better with relationships because they got be correct any gotta be strategic and they've got a lineup with your y betty collins wise when the marketplace works in this country it works the world works and when i know that employers can pay those employees those are households and families that make up communities so my partners have to line up with that because women are so right now. The one starting businesses and such dominant presence in the marketplace. It all comes together

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Mother Being Sued by School Union for Standing up Against Critical Race Theory

Mark Levin

01:40 min | Last month

Mother Being Sued by School Union for Standing up Against Critical Race Theory

"One of my favorite journalist John Solomon, has website called just the news dot com One of his riders there. Guy named Greg Piper has a story. I can remember the day when we talk show hosts would use expressions like you're not going to believe this. Sadly, these days, we don't use that expression expression very much anymore. Because we don't put anything past him. Of course, you're going to believe this. From that from Justin news dot com. The Rhode Island mother who turned to public records law to learn what the school district was teaching her daughter. Is now a defendant. In a lawsuit. By the state and local teachers Union, the Rhode Island and South Kingstown chapters. The National Education Association actually sued Nicole Solis. And the school district this week. To stop. Her. Stop the ladder. Pardon me. To stop the school district itself. From releasing records sought by Mrs Solis. Including curriculum and policies related to not just critical race theory. Not just anti racism. But also Gender theory. And Children's sexuality. What Teachers unions imply they have the right to indoctrinate your Children and whatever perversions they want to, and you, the mom or Dad shouldn't have the legal right to have oversight over your own Children's education. What Why ladies and gentlemen, This sounds just like American Marxism to me.

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Past Insurrectionists Were Not Punished Compared to January 6th Protestors

Mark Levin

01:42 min | Last month

Past Insurrectionists Were Not Punished Compared to January 6th Protestors

"There are other people who We're very violent attack the capital building and And they got pardons. And we've been through that before. No such thing happened at the Capitol building this time. There was no explosion. The only shooting was the killing of the protester by Capitol police officer People have not been charged with Weapons violations in the building. Have a group in 1954, Puerto Rican separatists got into the house floor and opened fire with handguns. Five members of the house were wounded in the attack. Wow. And so I thought I'd point all this out. It must be a diversion. It's called history. It's called context. Nobody excuses people who broke into the Capitol building. The problem we have is the lack of equal justice. May I call it equity? So we actually have people who assaulted Police officers burned buildings. Attacked federal law enforcement and a federal courthouse for three months in a row. For which there were almost no consequences. That's the biggest problem. Don't know how many of them were put in solitary confinement for months. Do you? I don't know how many of them were charged with trespassing. Do you?

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"pardon" Discussed on We The People

We The People

06:06 min | 9 months ago

"pardon" Discussed on We The People

"Thoughts that a he had to deal with ford. I don't think four thought so But congress looked into it for it had to go testify in front of congress when when that happened and again. That was a resignation. So something sketchy are like twenty fifth amendment. I think could open up a can of worms for them That might make it a worth avoiding. Thank you so much for that side. Do you believe that. Under the twenty-fifth amendment president trump could temporarily step down have vice president pence pardon as acting president and then resume his duties. And do you agree or not. This could open both up to potential criminal liability so i. I disagree with brian here. I think you really have to be unable to distort. The office to to temporarily step aside. That is to say the no president can say i i. I'm not going to be president for a day even though i'm perfectly fine I i don't think that's a possibility that the constitution contemplates at they're going to step down from the presidency even though they're perfectly fine as for the colonoscopy example the president has perfect colons and so he's not going to need a colonoscopy any anytime soon but so so i i mean it's an interesting situation that we're in because i don't think this is sort of you know they're treating it as an option to step down temporarily and i don't think the constitution gives the president and he such option as as far as whether you know whether it would be legal or not i think. No the answer's no whether or not a court would adjudicate it. That is to say even if a court would say it's your choice as to whether or not you are able to function as president I think the answer is that that may be true. The court may not review it. But it doesn't matter it's still it's still Illegal or unconstitutional for president to engage in this sort of scheme to to to not serve as president while they're perfectly able to do so. And then you know you might. I might just differ with brian. Not obvious to me that that that's not reviewable that is to say it says the president you know whenever the president's not able to discharge the duties of his office the vice president takes over. I don't think that necessarily implies that that's not reviewable. If there's some question as to who ought to make a decision so another way of putting it is that the vice president makes a decision and other people want to contest it on the grounds that the vice president isn't the president either in the pardon context or some other context. I think he would be open to them. And i don't know if it'd be at all obvious that the courts would stay there hand. Because i don't think this is key. It's not obviously committed to the presidency by law that he gets to decide this question so on the question of you know corruption etc and whether that could lead to a second prosecution steve. Calabrese is argued that the president wherever to pardon himself he'd be guilty of obstruction of justice and could be prosecuted for that in the pardon wouldn't cover that because it would be very active pardoning would itself sort of be this upper crime that i guess he envisions what happened after the act of pardoning and of course if the president tried to pardon that that too would be an act of obstruction and so they're sort of the claim is that there's sort of no way for the president to effectively isolate himself because whenever he pardons himself he'll have committed a crime in so doing and and it's a clever argument and i don't know if people are making it infringed may be steve will I i think one answer to the the the argument is that you need a corrupt Mind when you commit obstruction and the president could say i'm innocent and so i haven't done anything wrong. I i haven't. I haven't done so i haven't issued a pardon to myself for corrupt reasons but it's i think it's the same sort of argument that brian is talking about talking about a sort of a corrupt scheme to give the president a pardon if the president feels like he's innocent. That's going to be as defense to the argument that it's corruption Well it is time for closing arguments in this wonderful discussion brian. Maybe just a beat about whether you agree with side that this is unlikely. Could the president arden himself secretly and could pardon only emerge if he indeed were prosecuted steadily. Which size says is unlikely. And then if that prosecution word and move forward give your brief and concise closing argument to the court about why you believe that this suddenly revealed self pardon would be unconstitutional. I agree with that. It is more farfetched than people seem to think In talking about this often. I've been writing about this for twenty five years now and For the first Twenty one of those biggest task was to convince people that this was worth discussing because they said it will never happen as well. We should talk about it before it happens. now It seems i would say more likely than ever but there are still a lot of barriers to it. There's still a lot of reasons why he'd be better off taking his chances with biden or with pants if he wants to step aside or or step down before january twentieth and He himself has talked about it. In twenty eighteen president trump said declared that he had the power to pardon himself so again. I don't think this is. This is just Fever dreams of his opponents. I think he has brought it up and he's shown a willingness to To bust norms and to reveal how how much governed by norms rather than law but to the extent that it is governed by law to the extent that it does go to a court to decide whether self pardon is valid. I would. I would return to the core arguments one that a grant of a pardon..

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"pardon" Discussed on We The People

We The People

07:07 min | 9 months ago

"pardon" Discussed on We The People

"I guess what i'd say is know at amal of the word. Pardon but i think everyone understands that the way a word what a word means can evolve over time so maybe if you went back one hundred years people wouldn't speak of you've got to begin by forgiving yourself right but today this is this is set all the time right. You've got to forgive yourself if you want to get past this event right whatever you may have done wrong and so it may very well be that if you look at the latin roots or whatever. The roots are of the word. Forgive that. it's something that you had to do for someone else but today it no longer means that and so the question would be in the eighteenth century. If you're an originalist or twenty-first-century you know living constitutionalists weather. The meaning of that has changed as for grant. I don't again. I haven't looked up at of the word but imagine a statute which said the following the president will grant patents right. Congress laid out patent terms and the president will grant them. Imagine someone like benjamin franklin becoming president are we to infer that. The statute prohibits benjamin franklin from giving himself patent. I wouldn't read it that way. I don't see why he's uniquely disabled from getting a patent because it uses the word grant. So i guess you know i respectfully disagree with With with brian about this But i will say that. Brian as you said has a lot of good company will let us now turn to history In your note brian. You make the historical argument examining original intent and the history that informs it and conclude that the framers did not intend to allow pardon. Tell us about that very rich history including the impeachment of the earl of danby and then the evidence at the constitutional convention that you think. Support your conclusion so The presidential pardon power derives in large measure from the british royal. Pardon power It has important changes but we we need to look to that as a as a Important source one of the most important restrictions on the pardon. Power came from the case of the earl of danby thomas osborne The king had been making deals with the french Parliament couldn't go after the king so they went after the earl of danby Who was the lord high treasurer and And try to impeach him and the king pardoned him to preempt the impeachment Because he didn't want the impeachment to reveal that he the king had been doing these deals and so parliament in the A revolution later Passed in seventeen one act of settlement a bar on pardons being used to preempt impeachments The point being that the king could still Do whatever he wanted but he. He couldn't subverting peterman process and cover up his own misdeeds That's really the only clue we have. From the royal. Pardon power because the king couldn't pardon himself because he couldn't be prosecuted in the first place The king could do no wrong so when you're translating the british pardon power to the american pardon power. There's really there's really nothing to translate. When it comes to sell pardons we're we're in different territory. So long at the constitutional convention a strengthened the limit on pardons In cases of impeachment They said that they couldn't Preempt or undue impeachments the the king just couldn't preempt them he could do them But they didn't really talk about the pardon power much and so we have to sort of read. The tea leaves here and and when we do i think there are two possibilities with. There are three possibilities. One of them just to me is is not borne out by the facts. One possibility is that they thought that the president could pardon himself and didn't say anything about it. The other is that they thought that he couldn't and didn't say anything about it. And the third is that they just didn't think about it at all and the there's really only one tea leaf here read. Which is when they were talking about. Presidents potentially abusing the pardon power using dan be like scenario. They said They were talking about well. Maybe we shouldn't let the president pardon Treason because what if we have a situation where The traders are the president's own instruments He'd be pardoning his own people for that and maybe we should restrict the pardon power there and the response was if the president does that Then he can be impeached and prosecuted An and and then they say the response was to not approve this restriction for pardoning treason a right that argument apparently satisfied people. Looking at that i i would. I would say if if you're thinking about a president who's pardoning in that way pardoning his treason his cronies. And then say oh. But that's okay. We could prosecute the president. What what you're suggesting is that that president wouldn't also pardon himself. It seems to go without saying that you would pardon himself if he could but that possibility didn't seem to trouble them So again either. They didn't think of it which is possible because again the king couldn't pardon himself maybe they didn't think any president would really do something like that. He would have too much honor or they just assumed implicitly. Well of course you can't pardon yourself you can't be the judge in your own case you can't deal something to yourself like that But what is not possible to me looking at that history is that they thought that the president could pardon himself but they didn't worry about that and that didn't come up in that debate so that that limited history to me suggests that they didn't think Self pardons worth side. What is your response to bryan's reading of the english history. And the founding era history and just put some of the passages on the table a two days before the convention edmund. Randolph moved to narrow the president's pardon power on the grounds. It was too great a trust. The president himself may be guilty. James wilson stressed the importance of the pardon. Power argued if the president himself a party to the guilty can be impeached and prosecuted. Michael mcconnell in the washington post reads that to conclude that the framers specifically contemplated in debated the prospect. The president might be guilty of an offence and use the pardon power to clear himself. Ryan reached the opposite conclusion. What is your reading of that history. So the first question is what was the crown's relationship to the pardon power vis-a-vis itself and brian describes it as the crown can't pardon itself with the king or the queen or the king and queen in case away. Mary can't pardon themselves. And of course..

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"pardon" Discussed on Can He Do That?

Can He Do That?

03:25 min | 10 months ago

"pardon" Discussed on Can He Do That?

"Most of the crimes that people think about when they're talking about criminal behavior our state law crimes so homicide is a state law crime. Domestic violence is a state law crime. Now i think that there is some feeling that we should use the pardon power really sparingly when it comes to offenses that threaten the very functioning of the government think about obstruction of justice. Think about bribery. Think about corruption but nothing in the text the constitution says but it only can be about this. The framers may have intended for the part and to be a rarely used check to protect the national interest. But it's evolved over the years and it's used as controversy president gerald ford for example pardoned president richard nixon from any crimes. He may have committed while in office. President bill clinton pardoned half brother. Basically trump is not the first president to use. Pardon power in ways that upset critics in case much of that criticism has focused on his granting of pardons to his friends and his political allies. Can you explain why those actions were met with criticism from legal experts for potentially misusing. Pardon power. I think that the criticism of potentially misusing pardoned powers really is kind of code for. I don't like that you did this. Not necessarily that. The use of the pardon. Power violates the constitution. There's some question on the kind of the fringes on the perimeter of whether or not a pardon could amount to obstruction of justice. Whether or not you can give a part in in that would actually give rise to claim a federal bribery for instance. But when it comes to the president pardoning his friends. I think the criticism is more of a policy. One which is this is not what we meant. When we created the pardon power we wanted it as a check against some sort of miscarriage of justice. Not as get out of jail free card for people who are friends with the president now of course president trump is not the first president to provide a part into a political ally or even a friend but when it comes to michael flynn when it comes to roger stone. These are offenses against the united states there. Federal crimes dealing with lying. And i think the sense is. There wasn't any problem with the criminal justice system. In those cases the system actually functioned exactly as it should have flintstone both had representation. They both had their time in court. There's nothing agreed. That happened to them. The would give rise to the need for a part in. There's nothing in the national interest that would lead somebody to say let's part in stone. Flan trump pushed the bounds of part in power but recent reports suggest trump might soon test it in new ways. Trump has reportedly discussed preemptively pardoning. His personal lawyer really giuliani and his adult children to protect them from any potential charges by the department of justice after trump leaves office. But what does it mean to pardon people preemptively for crimes that maybe haven't even been charged yet there's no limitation on perspective pardons or preemptive. Pardon somebody does not have to be indicted. There doesn't have to even be any sort of criminal. Complaint that's pending. You can say you know what i think. This person is going to face criminal exposure in. I just wanna preemptively say you're not gonna be able to call this person into a federal courtroom again..

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"pardon" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"pardon" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"This is like what does this mean for? Democracy the rule of just it feels to me. You know not only did stone ask for? The president tweeted out that he was proud of him. Remember this was going on same time. Michael Cohen where Michael Cohen flipped and cooperated against the president stone didn't and so the president was tweeting nasty things about Michael Cohen. And good things about you know initially Paul Manafort. who wasn't cooperating at the beginning initially Roger Stone? Who refuse to cooperate and then what's the prize for basically refusing to turn against the president, refusing to cooperate no jail Jill exactly? Yeah, because if you things to make clear. Number one the pardon power is pretty much absolute pressure. United States and we talked about this before. In the Constitution has basically unfettered. Authority to issue clemency to people for good reasons. Bad reasons, no reason at all. There is a pardon attorney office and they're supposed to be processed. Insulate the president and make sure that looks like it's fair. Not Required to follow those recommendations not required to go through that process at all. There's really nothing anybody can do about it. I even think this legislation that Nancy Pelosi is suggesting. I haven't looked at it closely. I don't see how it's constitutional I agree the short of a sort of a constitutional amendment. The one thing that I think most legal scholars will agree he cannot do, and he disputes. It is pardon himself, and we may see him do that on the way out of office, so people complaining about the use of the pardon power very difficult. We'll get to the potential of a crime in a minute, but the other thing is. For one second because I think you make a good point, people agree. I agree with this that the president can't part in themselves right. It's seen as like the ultimate sort of like self delay, so what some people are arguing is that pardoning stone is basically the same as pardoning himself, because stone could've cooperated against the president. Provide information, and instead of doing that so gets deal. I don't think that's going to be found to be the case. I think you know the constitution says the the implication that the president can pardon himself. It doesn't. Doesn't extend to not being able to pardon other people who may have criminal evidence against the president, and so may I mean the argument. The argument that you put forward the would play out is is as follows right. There's an opinion that I. think comes from the Nixon era that doesn't have a lot of legal analysis constitutional analysis, but says a president cannot pardon himself based on the age old premise that no man can be a judge in his own case, and so if you understand that principle of jurisprudence in this country and in England. Then you cannot pardon yourself I guess argument would be well to the extent that Roger. Stone was doing something in connection with a case involving the president to pardon. That person would be being a judge in your own case. I don't know if that's. Fetched or not, but I guess that would be the argument, but I agree with you. It probably doesn't fly. Yeah, the reasons why the pardon is bad, even though it's. Constitutional and legal and wise distinguished from other bad pardons, and there've been bad pardon before. Is it, not only is he engaging in a pardon for close associate confidante, a person who has been advisor to him, but he's doing as we've mentioned he's doing it with someone who committed the crime to protect the president lied to protect the president and the reputation of the president, and it's ton in a case where there many many many other more deserving people in the country who might merit a pardon or clemency of some sort, but time and time again it's not just the president's also the attorney general reach their hands in and get past it professionals. And provide selective justice for people who are close to the president. If Roger Stone, you get benefit. If you're Michael Flynn, you gonNA benefit by the way if you're Michael, Cohen and you used to be close to the president, but you betrayed him. You get a punishment. Yeah, we should talk about this whole thing and I. Don't you know it's horrifying I? Mean I don't think there's any other way to say it and in my view, it's. It's not what the pardon powers is intended to be. And so what you see is basically the president thinking that he is above the law right basically feeling like he gets to decide, and we should talk about the president, the White House statement that was issued, which was literally if they'd like cut out letters from bunkers if they could other letters from like newspapers and magazines and put it on like it's like a crazy ransom demand. From cartoon. It's like you can't even believe it's true. I read it and I was like you actually put that on official White House stationary because it seems. Like, it's it's. It's like it reminds me dowse. Sometimes people have this in their in their. I finally dictated, but not read. Exactly exactly the exclamation mark at the end and the word hoax is in there. He attacks the jury. He Attacks Muller. He attacks all of his nemeses. It's a political statement. Yeah, and we should we talk about the jury just for a second, because one of the things I think is really important here and it's different than Michael Flynn Michael Flynn pled guilty. He plead guilty multiple times etcetera, but but Roger Stone fought the case the he'd asked the judge to dismiss upfront. Upfront, the judge said now it went to a trial. There was a jury that was selected. He had very able defense counsel with him. He was convicted. He then asked the judge to dismiss the case against the judge said now. This is the way the criminal justice system works. You're charged with something. The government has to prove that you've done it beyond a reasonable doubt, and then if you're convicted as a rule, you're held accountable, and so there is something that's really. That is so problematic about this instance of the president, using the pardon power and again look, there have been other examples presidents using the pardon power in bad ways right Bill Clinton with his brother Roger. Clinton like it's different than here a little more than we would..

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"pardon" Discussed on Can He Do That?

Can He Do That?

14:26 min | 1 year ago

"pardon" Discussed on Can He Do That?

"Can help. Its friends and allies. He can really make a difference just by deciding whether or not he wants to issue these pardons and the absolute power that he has in this process to say someone can get out of. Jail is a power that he relishes something that he's been using with increasing frequency especially for his friends and allies. There's been a whole sort of task force created at the White House to figure out a new pardon process to bring that process closer to the White House. What what does that group trying to accomplish? What are they tasked with doing? Or they want to take the process away from the Justice Department. There's been a lot of complaints about the Justice Department to slow or being too bureaucratic and they want the process to be closer to the president as we said. This is an absolute power. The president has and the president is not required to go through the Justice Department. Decide who should get a pardon. And who shouldn't which would mean that people within the President's orbit are people who have the president's ear in some way are able to get their cases before the president while other people may not be able to have that that opportunity so the White House is now putting together a sort of an informal group of advisers friends of the President Conservative allies criminal justice advocates to help streamline the process and bring more recommendations for the president. There's a sense from what we've heard from talking to people. Closer to the president that he wants to do more pardons he doesn't want to just be people who are friends and allies of the president of people who were serving long sentences for nonviolent drug offenses people who maybe don't have direct access to the president. The president is trying to put together this group. That would help bring him names. That would vet some of these applications and allow him to increase the number of pardons that. He's given out the number of commutation cities giving out while not necessarily having the Justice Department. Way In because there's some concern that the Justice Department is responsible for locking up a lot of these people in prosecuting a lot of these people that maybe there would be a little reluctant to recommend that these people get out of jail or get out of prison early or with a shorter sentence than what they were given under the Justice Department prosecutions. So they're the new task force would remove some of the process from the Justice Department. Put it in the White House. And in the words of some of the president's advisors give the president the opportunity to sign more pardons and commutations before his election in November. Who's in charge of all of this? Who's leading that Task Force? So the president's son-in-law Jared Kushner has taken the reins of this new pardon initiative. This is the president's son-in-law senior adviser at the White House. He is very much on board with the idea of removing the power of the pardon process from the Justice Department bringing it into the White House. And he's actually going to be reviewing cases individually before they get to trump. So this is someone who is a presidential ally. Someone whose father actually spent some time in prison and who's taking a lot of interest in the idea of criminal justice reform. And when it comes to pardons he's going to be the last line of Defense in the siding or they're not someone can get their case before the president is something that's unprecedented. You've not had presidential children. Are Family Members? Have such a important role to play when it comes to deciding the fate of potentially hundreds or thousands of prisoners but a jared. Kushner's playing that role and president trump is investing that authority in in him to decide whether or not someone should get a pardon or should not. Is this another example of trump at odds with the Justice Department after weeks of a little bit of tumult in that area? Yes this is another area where the president and the White House are not in line with the Justice Department. We we saw much of that through the impeachment process. That president feeling that the prosecutors in the Justice Department have prosecuted his friends and allies and supporters and his former lawyer and a lot of people within the President's orbit have gone down and have been prosecuted by the Justice Department and the president is now really trying to take the reins control Some of the things that had been under the auspices of the Justice Department in part because he feels that he can't trust some of the people within the Justice Department. Some of the prosecutors who are to this day continuing to prosecute allies in front of the president but on the other hand it is worth pointing out that clemency reform has been a focus of of many administrations and even some of the proposals from the twenty twenty. Democratic candidates suggest moving more of this pardon power to the president to the White House. Yes and there are sort of bipartisan calls. For the Justice Department's rural to be minimized within the pardon process in part because criminal justice advocates including Democrats and Republicans have said that having the Justice Department play such a significant role when Justice Department prosecutors generally tried to get more time for offenders and not reverse themselves call for commutations and less time. The broader idea is that there are calls by some in the criminal justice community to remove. Though it's sort of piecemeal one by one process that pardons have been an have a more blanketed process. Where if someone was convicted on a non violent drug crime and got a very lengthy sentence that many people who fall into that category in a lot of those laws have changed since then but people who are still caught up in the previous laws and the previous tough on crime era. Those people would be able to get their commutation appeals heard on mass and if President Arafat presidential candidates of supported the idea of pushing forward with a broader take on commutations. Then you could get some of those. Thousands of pending appeals through the process. More quickly all right right now. It's Thursday one. Big potential hardened pen of hanging over the news cycle right now. Is the potential pardon of Roger Stone. He was sentenced to forty months in prison for impeding a congressional investigation of Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election now early. Thursday trump retweeted this clip from Tucker Carlson implying that he might pardon stone and we've seen other signals coming into the White House implying that he might infect pardon stone and to put this in some more context trump has seemingly already interfered in the Justice. Department's sentencing recommendation for stone. Which raises a lot of questions about this relationship between the president and the Justice Department in this particular case? So what does the potential pardon of stone mean for that trump DOJ relationship? Well this is an ally of the president who was just convicted. Not someone who serve their time or served a lot of time jail there are already recommendations that people should get pardons who have not served any portion of their time especially since right after they were convicted so if the president moves forward with a pardon for stone it would be a slap in the face to the prosecutors who prosecuted stone for what they consider pretty significant crimes of lying to investigators witness intimidation and obstructing a congressional investigation. It would be a slap in the face of the the judge who just decided to give stone forty months in prison in her terms. It was a very serious crime that he committed and she felt that it was that he had not shown the level of remorse or seriousness. About the case that he should and it would be a a sign that the president feels unbound after his impeachment to really make his feelings known about whether or not his friend and allies should spend any time in jail and Democrats would definitely be very concerned if the president were to move forward with pardon of someone who not only had a conviction for lying to Congress but it's a conviction that is related to the president's own political standing. This is someone who lied to Congress about his involvement in the twenty sixteen campaign which president trump was involved with directly. So this would be a pretty significant. Pardon would lead to a lot of backlash but the president as you said has been putting forward some signals that he may be ready to do this. Well we've talked about the way that it might be beneficial for a president to have more pardon power but are there protections within the DOJ to prevent presidents from issuing pardons for political game there are protections within the Justice Department. Because there is an office of pardon attorney who is responsible for reviewing applications? Really trying to take this out of the political process and have it be Something run by career officials run by bureaucrats people who do not have a political agenda but if the President Decides to overrule the pardon attorney or to not even allow the pardon attorney to review various cases that makes it much harder for the Justice Department processes and systems. That are in place to remove this from a political process. To have a said's it makes it much easier for the president to just decide based on politics. Or based on his own feelings who departed in who to not give a part into and that is one of the concerns that we've heard about this new system the White House setting up. Is that some of these guardrails that are in place within the Justice Department could be removed if the president decides that he does not want to cede any power to the Justice Department. Wants to make his own decisions when it comes to pardons and if the president decides to pardon Roger Stone who was recently convicted then would further sort of dismantle those guardrails that were currently in place. Are there risks in president partying not only people are perceived to be his friends as we've talked about but perhaps more importantly people who are convicted of crimes related to his own campaign? They're definitely political risk. There's not so much of a legal risk. At this point the president has already been in teach. There's no sense that he would be impeached again. Even if he uses his pardon power in ways that are seeing that as protecting himself politically but there are political risks that president trump campaign and saying he was going to drain the swamp and remove A lot of the corruption from Washington Democrats could very clearly make the case that by pardoning a friend in a case it's related to his own political and legal standing. The president is adding to the sense of corruption. Adding to the Senate. If you're a friend of the president if you defend the president if protect him even by lying to Congress or obstructing Congress tampering with witnesses that you can get a part in you can get support from the president and it would give Democrats ammunition to say that the president trump fields at. He's above the law. So that is the biggest risk that the president faces as he weighs where they're not to a party and Roger Stone but it's not clear yet. The president feels that that risk is is one. That's worth heating. I want to say this again. Just to be clear that the president has not said that he will in fact part in stone but he he's indicated that it's not off the table which means it's not too far a leap to consider whether perhaps pardoning stone could set up an unspoken understanding for some trump allies that if they act illegally to benefit trump's campaign. The president will pardon away their crimes at the end of it. All the idea of pardoning Roger Stone even though he was only recently convicted even though he was convicted of lying to Congress witness intimidation and obstructing a congressional investigation that was at its heart looking at whether or not president. Trump's campaign colluded with Russia in two thousand sixteen would send a message that people who continue to remain friends of the president people continued to protect the president even to the point of committing a crime. Do get the president's support and can get a get out of jail free card from the President. One Way to compare this. It's a look at the president's former lawyer Michael Cohen who is currently in prison in part because he did not continue to stand up for the president he decided to tell Congress his own story. That did not line up with anything that would support the President He. I lied to Congress and then admitted that he had lied and said he was trying to defend the president and when he'd finally told the truth it was very unflattering to the president and it made the president look bad and the president decided to attack Michael Cohen and he is no no candidate for a pardon for from the president so there is a clear signal being sent that by sticking with the president continuing support him even if it means lying to Congress you would line yourself up for a pardon from the highest office in the land. I told my last question for you. What all of these efforts around pardoning say about the way trump exerts his presidential power in office. The president likes to have absolute power when he has absolute power. Winning can use executive authority. He uses it without much regard for norms or history or local consideration from people who say that you should not push the envelope when it comes to presidential power. The president especially in the wake of his impeachment is pushing the limits of presidential power and wants to do that as much as possible and he likes the fact that by using the pardon power he is able to flex his presidential muscles without anyone being able to say you can't do this or congress is going to stop you or their regulations. That say you can do expert. You can't do why the president realizes that when it comes to pardons when it comes to using his executive clemency authority. There are a few things that can be done to stop him..

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"pardon" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

Let's Get Civical

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"pardon" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

"That's it. He just like he doesn't have to worry about that case anymore. Yeah. All of this all of this to say. Talks about the pardon attorney because this is a this is new to me the hard on attorney. I had no idea that this existed either. It's it's crazy that this exists. And we have no idea we have no idea. So there's something called the pardon attorney, and we're in it's me Lizzy. She's also the president. I'm a drill as many hats. Amata woman that just means you're girl. Exactly, right. The pardon attorney. According to the Justice department love her is the the office of the burden attorney assists. Assists, the president in the exercise of executive clemency. So the constitution the president's clemency power extends only to federal criminal offenses and all requests for executive clemency. For federal offenses are directed to the pardon attorney for investigation and review. Okay. The pardon attorney prepares the department's recommendation to the president for final disposition of each application. Oh, God executive clemency may take several forms. Like, we said, including a pardon a commutation of sentence remission of fine or restitution and reprieve, which is basically saying there's like Anapa -cation process. And there's a keeper who says, yes. No, yes. No like, Iraq amend. Yes. No. Snow? They like dig through the person's past. How are they doing? Now in jail. Do they deserve it? Like, what's the story? Yeah. Then they make a recommendation to the president. So hundreds of they get hundreds of applications each year that isn't dishes. I thought it would be more. Really? It's only hundreds. And I was like, oh, though on the thousands. Like there are just so many, right? Yeah. I know I think there's probably a lot of people charged with federal crimes, you probably don't know that they can apply for a presidential pardon. Do you know what the other thing that kind of surprised me in them? You think about it? It's actually the right thing. Then it's free. Oh, there's no fee. Oh, if you applauded New York state to like added doing business name that she is twenty five dollars. Guys, you want to apply to for a presidential pardon is free. I can't apply to anything without being charged to the pardon attorney yet. So they see hundreds of advocation each year. And is it just okay? This is silly question. Is it? One person like the pardon attorney is that let's just the office. Just the be more that. Yeah. Could you imagine doing? I'm never gonna finish. No, no, everybody's I know. It's one stressed out guy named Greg dislike again anymore. Okay. So I think it's more than one person love. God. Hope it is free to apply. There's no rule or law. That says that somebody who wants a presidential pardon has to go through the office of the pardon attorney, and there's no ruler law. That says the president has to listen to their recommendation will. That's not surprising. Wait, the first one does. I mean, I could like type E mail and be like, hey. Me. Sure and send that. Yeah. Or if you like wanted to go golf with Trump, which I you know, I do and nothing more than to just spend a couple of hours on the green with with hitting the balls with Trump with Trump. And if you had done something wrong on you wanted his part in that you could be like on the ninth hole..

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"pardon" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"pardon" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"This is Scott bland your host this week on the nerd cast. We are taking a break from our usual routine to take a look at something. I've been really interested in over the past few months actually, going back almost a year presidential pardons. And that's gonna be the subject of this week's special thanksgiving episode of the nerd cast respect to Chelsea Manning. I looked at the particulars of this case the same way, I had the other commutations apartments that I've done and the pardon is one of the most absolute powers president has they really can just say the word and criminal convictions are wiped out like they never happened. And by these presents do grant, a full free and absolute pardon unto Richard Nixon. Now, obviously a lot more than just saying the word goes into presidential pardons. Did the pardon of sheriff Joseph are peyot go through the pardon attorney office, usually at least most of them. I don't believe it did. And that's part of the reason that president. Donald Trump's pardons have gotten so much attention some have been more controversial than others. But they're really they're all so fascinating to me, even though peas and carrots have received a presidential pardon. I have warned them that house. Democrats are likely to issue them both subpoenas. Okay. Not all of the pardons are as fascinating as the others. Fascinating may be stretching it a little bit for a few of them. What we wanna do for this episode is take President Trump's use of the pardon power. In non Turkey situations and put it into context, we wanna put it in the historical context of where he fits in with other presidents and also with a pardon power fits into our national fabric. But then we also wanna put President Trump's pardons in the context of the big looming role that they've had in the Robert Mueller investigation. The investigation into Russian interference in American politics, which as we all know has focused in on. On Trump and some people close to him..

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"pardon" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

1:09:00 hr | 3 years ago

"pardon" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"pardon" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"pardon" Discussed on Pardon My Take

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"pardon" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"pardon" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"No so woke we're talking about the women's world cup i'm a fan of women's soccer because the us team is the best at it yes that's interesting was north korea even in that yes i don't know i'm just trying to sound cool for all the female listeners well i mean that's a big accomplishment no they actually were in because there's a big story about are they going to defect i think the men's team was in a to a couple of years ago and the windsor ten years ago and when they're traveling on the road they have to be like locked down inside their hotel room because they don't try to run away yeah it's like it's like yuban baseball players yes you're you're kidnapped by the country while you're in another country wow so they scored they had three losses they went they scored one goal and had twelve goals against yes that's better than the us that's according to your fake news and your propaganda sources that you've been watching fica foxsports espn if you listen to actual real authentic independent journalism like the democratic people's republican north korea news network they will tell you that they actually won all those games tend to nothing and they returned home champions yes easily so congrats to north korea the the reigning world cup champions yes so let's do batch talk for guys who don't watch bachelor let's do it we can start with the football guy who i saw that that week when i accidentally sat on my remote clay harbor he broke his wrist in one of the events and has actually like in jeopardy his real nfl playing career clay harbor sounds like an actual name of a harbor like that you're you're has a houseboat on he also sounds like a harbor that billy joel lives on and gets really drunk and runs his yacht buzzes the tower every every sunday afternoon thanks guys i'm gonna stay home i got a dui b i clay harbor last week so gotta lay low becka gave him a rose but he elected to not take it and go get surgery proving that he wasn't doesn't even care about what he cares about football because he wants to get better.

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"pardon" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"pardon" Discussed on Pardon My Take

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"pardon" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"pardon" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Lands done shit it's pardon my take presented by bar stools welcome to part in my t presented by seatgeek today is wednesday may twenty third and the rockets are not dead no no they looked to be totally dead after the first like seven or eight minutes oh man and then james harden it was like james harden got stronger as the game went on like a reverse benjamin button yes which would make them just a real person regular regular human being yeah but yeah he got undreamed as the first quarter wound down and woke up and i think jamming the ball and draymond green space through him it was like through room it was like taking a big hit of meth for him i've never been so wrong in in games and i was in this game because now this game was wild because if you saw the quarters it was each quarter was like crazy swings the the rockets won the second quarter thirty four eighteen the third quarter was warriors thirty four seventeen and then the the word scored twelve points in the fourth quarter i still are sent how that's that happened and i actually have i want to throw out to you james harden i first of all that three that he basically just sat there and it was like no i don't wanna take this three that was i thought that was the end of his career that was nuts i thought that was like james harden if you don't take this open three when you were not covered five seconds in a playoff in a must win playoff game you should stop playing basketball and then he dunked through draymond green and threw me and all the haters that have been accusing him of doing designer drugs and the rockets have passed a man olympics test has one win a playoff game on the road yes big playoff that was a gut check game for them and i have to give them a shitload of credit because i think they had that in them i still think the thing win the series but it's not because of a lack of mental my favorite part of the game was when that foul committed point five seconds left and the rockets tried to run to the locker room because everybody knows you get to lock room you can't make a man leave a locker rooms to save space for.

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"pardon" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"pardon" Discussed on Pardon My Take

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"pardon" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"pardon" Discussed on Pardon My Take

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