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Sen. Mitch McConnell says Senate will vote on replacing Ruth Bader Ginsburg
"Nominee for this vacancy will receive a vote. On the floor of the Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will vote this year on President Trump's nominee to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The Senate has more than sufficient time. The process. A nomination. History and president make that perfectly clear. McConnell did not say whether the vote will happen before after the elections. But he says justice is John Paul Stevens in Sandra Day O'Connor, where each confirmed and fewer than 43 days. Democrats say the the next next president president should should pick pick the the nominee. nominee. President President Trump Trump says says he's he's obligated obligated to to nominate nominate a a replacement. replacement.
Fresh update on "paul stevens" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Miss a moment. Good morning. I'm Bruce Sally and I'm Joan Jones Fandom. A wonky is our producer this morning and coming up. The White House gives new details on when the president will make his pick for a new Supreme Court Justice will the Senate vote on a Supreme Court nominee before the election? A key meeting today? On Capitol Hill. I'm Mitchell Miller. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is under investigation for a potential ethics violation. W T o p News time 9 31 new this morning, the White House chief of staff Mark Meadows says President Trump will announce his nominee for the Supreme Court Saturday. Mr Trump met with Judge Amy Comey Barrett at the White House yesterday. Now she's the conservative jurist who is thought to be the favorite to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg. 48 year old Barrett is a judge on the U. S Court of Appeals. Eels for the seventh Circuit. She was a strong contender for the seat that eventually went to Brett Kavanaugh in 2018 of the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, says he's got the votes to confirm President Trump's forthcoming Supreme Court nominee. We're gonna report the nomination out of the committee to the floor of the United States Senate so we can vote before the election. That's the constitutional process. After Cavanaugh, everything changed with me. They're not going to intimidate me. Mitch McConnell or anybody else. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham on Fox's Hannity last night, Democrats would need to win over four GOP senators to vote against proceeding to the nomination to prevent a confirmation before the November election. Meantime, Senate Republicans air holding a key meeting today, and it could have an impact on how the fight over a Supreme Court nominee unfolds. W t. O P Is Mitchell Miller this on Capitol Hill? Majority leader Mitch McConnell plans to meet with GOP lawmakers over lunch as they plot their strategy, and McConnell is indicated he's ready to move swiftly, pointing out that Justice Paul Stevens was confirmed in just 19 days, Justice Stevens entire confirmation process could have been played out twice. Twice between now and November, 3rd with time to spare. McConnell hasn't said if a vote will take place before Election Day, something that the Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer, says would be a mistake. He's hoping at least four Republicans will oppose that to keep it from happening. They know there is no reason no argument. No logic to justify flipping your position 180 degrees and calling it some kind of principle on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller W. T. O P News, the Manhattan district attorney's office, told a federal appeals court. But yesterday that its quest to gain access to President Trump's tax returns is supported by what it calls a mountainous record of public allegations of misconduct. Cyrus Vance Jr has been trying to obtain eight years worth of the president's tack DOC tax documents for the past year. Attorneys for Mr Trump have argued that Vance, who is a Democrat, is simply trying to smear the president with an overly broad investigation that has no legal basis. Up ahead on double GOP Education Secretary Betsy DeVos under investigation for a potential ethics violation. 9 33 Now I was bleeding out after.
Court weighs allowing courtroom cameras in George Floyd case
"George Floyd's death while in police custody sparked it ongoing cry for racial justice. Now we're waiting to find out if the trial of the officers accused in Floyd's death will be televised trial of four former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of George Floyd is that to begin on March 8th. But will there be any live video or audio coverage of those proceedings? The judge overseeing the case has yet to decide whether cameras will be allowed. Those favoring audio and video coverage say the high profile nature of George Floyd's death and the courtroom protocols caused by the Corona virus pandemic. Make this The right time to allow cameras in court. However, the Minnesota State Attorney General's Office, which is prosecuting the case, opposes courtroom cameras. Paul Stevens, Fox News
Ruth Bader Ginsburg: US Supreme Court judge dies of cancer, aged 87
"The nation is mourning the loss of you, a Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She lost her long battle against cancer on Friday. She was 87. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski looks back at her life. Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a legal pioneer. Long before she was nominated to the Supreme Court in 1993 by President Bill Clinton. I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. At her confirmation hearing, Ginsberg addressed head on her support of abortion rights. This is Something central to a woman's. Life to her dignity. Ginsberg was the court's eldest justice and once joked, emulating John Paul Stevens, who retired at age 90, Aaron Carter Ski,
Antarctica is still free of COVID-19, experts question if it will stay that way
"Free of the Corona virus more from Fox's Paul Stevens. Antarctica is still free of Cove in 19. But can it stay that way? That's a major question is nearly 1000. Scientists and others who wintered over on the ice are seeing the sun for the first time in weeks or months. The fear is that incoming colleagues may bring them by Rhys with them. One worker at a British research station since before the pandemic, started calling Antarctica quote our safe little bubble. Antarctica has no permanent residents, but it can see as many as 5000 seasonal inhabitants. Paul Stevens, Fox News With high pressure.
"paul stevens" Discussed on KTOK
"Again to wear face masks during the covert 19 pandemic. The White House Corona virus task force maintains that as states try to reopen limiting exposure risk, such as crowded indoor dining is important. But Assistant Secretary for Health Admiral Brett Gerard says on NBC's Meet the Press. One strategy remains the most effective wearing a mask is incredibly important, but we have to have like 85 or 90% of individuals wearing a mask. And avoiding crowds that is essentially gives you the same outcome as a complete shutdown, Gerard says. While it's debated whether people will comply with or rebel against the federal mask mandate, voluntary compliance is needed to make a difference. Grinalds Scott Fox News, a wildfire east of Los Angeles in California's Riverside County, scalding over 31 square miles of dry brush and timber So far, with zero containment, one home and two out buildings have been destroyed. No injuries reported The cause of the blaze, still under investigation as dangerous heat is forecast to continue in the area. The search for missing Marines and a sailor has been called off. Facing up to a harsh reality. Those seven US Marines and one sailor who went missing after the amphibious assault vehicle they were in sank off the California coast last week are now presumed dead. A Marine Corps announcing Sunday that the search has been called off. The troops were taking part in a training exercise near San Clemente Island west of San Diego. When the 26 ton tank like Kraft sank and hundreds of feet of water. Eight other Marines were rescued. The one later died in to our listeners critical. The Marine Corps is suspended waterborne operations involving that type of vehicle until the cause of the sinking is determined. Karen McCue, Fox news India reporting nearly 55,000 new Corona virus cases and Japan recording More than 1500 additional cases occur view also imposed on Australia's second biggest city Melbourne, following a spike in cases there. Paul Stevens, and this is Fox News. On the air and online at Katie okay dot com Use Radio 1080. Okay. Oklahoma's first news. My name's Wilson. I'm a foster parent with embrace treatment, foster care. My husband and I had always kind of shaped our life with the plan of having Children before we've been married. We've talked about some day. We wanted to open our home to Children that needed a home, be it, You know, for a short period of time or for forever, and we've had both. We actually came from a different agency, and the amount of support that we have received with embrace has been unparalleled..
Judge to federal agents: Hands off journalists at Portland protests
"On WHO federal law enforcement officers can target in Portland, Oregon, a federal judge on Thursday specifically blocking US agents from arresting or using physical force against journalists and legal observers at ongoing protests in Portland, Oregon. Those demonstrations, sparking confrontations between President Trump and local officials over the limits of federal power. US Judge Michel Simon issuing his ruling late Thursday, one day after Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler was tear gassed by federal agents. I'm making an appearance outside the federal courthouse during a demonstration. Paul Stevens. Fox
"paul stevens" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"To Tyson hi Paul Stevens and this is from the cremation society of Minnesota weather center for your Monday look for mostly cloudy skies with a high of seventy seven north winds of five to fifteen partly cloudy sixty one Monday night on Tuesday scattered showers and storms otherwise mostly sunny seventy seven I'm Corey Hartman on Twin Cities news talk A. M. eleven thirty it's sixty four at our studios Hey it's play again and I'm doing a podcast with political on speaking to the top minds across the political spectrum to find out how the heck are we going to get along but you know since we started this four months ago we had killed nineteen worldwide protest the deep state ranking and apparently Paul patrols Public Enemy number one now hello my name be canceled by the end of this program so clearly we've still got a lot of work to do join me in my panel Thursday for how the heck are we going to get along find us on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your podcasts be the good neighbor but they've always gotten extra beer in the fridge we see six tonight Twin Cities news talk eleven thirty at one oh three point five FM I've I've I've I've I've I've good evening everyone you're in the right place at the right time this is coast to coast AM blasting out of the Mojave Desert like a Scirocco.
"paul stevens" Discussed on KTOK
"From Congress I'm Paul Stevens fox news both houses of Congress promising action on racial discrimination of police violence Senate Democrats on Sunday announcing a bill called the justice in policing act aimed at eliminating incidents like the killing of George Floyd New Jersey senator Cory Booker this is not a system that is always explicitly done by over racism this is a system that's really bait that we all have to take responsibility for and get practice it is bad to like a you're gonna see the bill we're gonna release that just give greater transparency and greater accountability for those working with police senator Booker on NBC's meet the press Utah senator Mitt Romney marching Sunday in the nation's capital in a protest against police mistreatment of minorities making him the first Republican senator known to do so Romney posting a tweet showing him wearing a mask as he walked with black lives matter protesters in Washington I love the photo he wrote black lives matter The New York Times reporting the former president George W. bush will not support president trump's reelection campaign the latest polls show that president trump faces an uphill battle this November with Biden former vice president Joe Biden ahead of him by seven points that's outside the margin of error from this latest poll now the New York times reports that former president George W. bush does not plan to support the president's reelection campaign bush himself did not release a statement and the times does not say who their source is the trump campaign that was pushing back with the statement of their own though they say quote president trump has the support of a record number of Republicans across the country you leave the United party and we'll win in November fox's mark Meredith tropical storm crystal ball coming ashore Sunday Louisiana also bringing high wind and heavy rain to nearby areas of Mississippi and Alabama the storm also spinning off a tornado in north Florida for its landfall Sunday not far from the mouth of the Mississippi River America.
"paul stevens" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Congress I'm Paul Stevens fox news both houses of Congress promising action on racial discrimination of police violence Senate Democrats on Sunday announcing a bill called the justice in policing act aimed at eliminating incidents like the killing of George Floyd New Jersey senator Cory Booker this is not a system that is always explicitly done by over racism this is a system that's really bait good we all have to take responsibility for and get practice it is bad to like a you're gonna see the bill we're gonna release they just give greater transparency and greater accountability for those working with police center book on NBC's meet the press Utah senator Mitt Romney marching Sunday in the nation's capital in a protest against police mistreatment of minorities making him the first Republican senator known to do so Romney posting a tweet showing him wearing a mask as he walked with black lives matter protesters in Washington I love the photo he wrote black lives matter The New York Times reported the former president George W. bush will not support president trump's reelection campaign the latest polls show that president trump faces an uphill battle this November with Biden former vice president Joe Biden ahead of them by seven points that's outside the margin of error from this latest poll now the New York times reports that former president George W. bush does not plan to support the president's reelection campaign bush himself did not release a statement and the times does not say who their source is the trump campaign that was pushing back with the statement of their own though they say quote president trump has the support of a record number of Republicans across the country you leave the United party and we'll win in November fox's mark Meredith tropical storm crystal ball coming ashore Sunday Louisiana also bringing high wind and heavy rain to nearby areas of Mississippi and Alabama the storm also spinning off a tornado in north Florida for its landfall Sunday not far from the mouth of the Mississippi River America.
Chernobyl radiation levels spike dramatically as forest fires burn in exclusion zone
"Of fires burning around the site of one of the worst nuclear accident in history here's fox's Paul Stevens a forest fire still burning in the evacuated area around the abandoned Chernobyl nuclear power plant in northern Ukraine that blaze burning at least a two hundred fifty acres with increased radiation levels at the fire center inside a nearly one thousand square mile Chernobyl exclusion zone that zone set up after the nineteen eighty six disaster at the plant that sent a cloud of radioactive fallout over much of Europe that zone largely unpopulated although about two hundred people have stayed there despite numerous orders
U.S. to evacuate Americans aboard cruise ship quarantined at Japan port
"The number of deaths topping fifteen hundred as the state department prepares to bring more Americans home they're stranded on a cruise ship in Japan those Americans are on board the diamond princess currently docked at Yokohama a port city southwest of Tokyo at least two two hundred eighteen people from that ship have tested positive for the corona virus a few passengers were released on Friday fox's Paul Stevens the U. S. embassy in Japan says when the Americans were turned to the US they'll be quarantine for two
Patrick Mahomes Takes Charge Again
"The chiefs are jams I'm Paul Stevens fox news it took fifty years but the NFL's top team again resides in Kansas city put his name alongside soon as the only teams quarterbacks to clean the Superbowl brown oh homes leading the chief story thirty one to twenty victory over the San Francisco forty Niners coming back down what do you think that the wind it's on the third time in Super Bowl history a team down ten points and came away with the crown homes which is two hundred eighty six passing yards and two passing touchdowns Damian Williams one of those two sections the go ahead and eventual game winning touchdown on a thirty eight yarder
Final goodbye: Recalling influential people who died in 2019
"People like congressman Elijah Cummings who champion for the poor and for immigrants country is that this is the United States of America retired Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens was the leader of its liberal wing and a proponent of abortion rights in consumer protections at the very least I know that learning on the bench has been one of the most important and rewarding aspects of my own experience Ross Perot ran for president in nineteen ninety two he recorded the highest percentage for an independent or third party candidate since nineteen twelve you don't care about anything to make money there will be a job sucking sound going south Lee Iacocca became a folk hero rescuing one of Detroit's big three ally first of this crazy job they were ready to bury Chrysler last year you've made it the fastest growing car and truck company in America and the leader of the Islamic state group was killed a car Albert Daddy is dead I'm a Donahue
"paul stevens" Discussed on KNSS
"He continues I'm Paul Stevens fox news the impeachment inquiry against president trump resumes on Monday committee chair Jerry Nadler's as Democrats have a rock solid case of the present abuse the power of his office for political gain telling CNN state of the union I think the case we have is presented to a jury would be a guilty verdict in about three minutes flat Republican senator Ted Cruz told NBC's meet the press the impeachment effort is going no where I think the American people know this is a waste of time the Judiciary Committee will hear evidence from Democrats and Republicans on the house intelligence committee in Washington Rachel Sutherland fox news at least one person dead others missing and injured this after a volcano on a small New Zealand island frequented by tourists erupted with a big plume of ashen steam on Monday dozens of tourists were on or near white island when the volcano erupted signed his did note a quick a recent uptick in volcanic activity but tours we're still being allowed to visit the F. B. I. meantime still investigating possible motives for last week's deadly shooting at a Naval Air Station in Pensacola Florida we are as we do and most active shooter investigations work with the presumption that this was an act of terrorism special agent in charge Rachel role Hans from the F. B. I.'s Jacksonville field office in addition we have all the resources here in place now in Pensacola I think school Naval Air Station they are in place and that's a personal letter there are working twenty four seven shifts to do all the things to better done investigations get them properly addressed and resolved US attorney for the Northern District of Florida Larry Keith SpaceX making an early holiday delivery to the international space station on Sunday the dragon capsule arriving at the ISS leaving many things including some past killing warms a smart empathetic robot and Christmas presents as well America is listening to fox.
Some pediatricians endorse weight loss surgery for severely obese kids and teens
"A doctor's group proposes wider use of an invasive weight loss procedure among kids new guidance from the American academy of pediatrics is saying that some severely obese pre teens should be considered for weight loss surgery the academy citing several studies showing that surgery in teens can result in marked weight loss lasting several years with few complications benefits include the elimination of diabetes and high blood pressure nearly five million US children and teens are severely obese that number nearly doubling over the past twenty years Paul Stevens
Park-goers stuck for hours on Disney World's new Skyliner
"They couldn't leave even if they wanted to people at Disney world who got stranded about three stories above ground the Disney Skyliner cable cars became stuck in the air Saturday night for over an hour and no word on what caused the breakdown boxes Paul Stevens the cable cars just opened a few days ago at the Florida
"paul stevens" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick
"Was in the bridge club and he would never bother to correct anybody or or you know let them know what his day job was. so it really was something that was very true to his personality not just on the bench but in all aspects of of his life but I think you know the practices as you mentioned do demonstrate his humility he he wrote his own first drafts because he believed that was the best way to make sure or he was reaching the correct outcome he cared in particular about the facts of the case he wanted to really grapple with the facts he wanted to understand the facts and you know make sure he fully understood the record in the case and he felt like the best way to do that was to dig himself and to you know right right out that part of the opinion and he he was even known from time to time that he would go into his office to work on his draft and he would emerge having declaring that he had changed his take in the case in possibly even his vote because you know having gone through that process opened his eyes to something new about the case but I think as you know former locklear one of the ways you saw his humility. The most was how when he interacted with us. He just really conveyed to us that he felt like he could learn from us. As much is you know we learn from him which was just ridiculous but I'm very much an evidence. I think again of his humility I think Kate Shaw had a really nice quote in one of the tribute pieces where she said that it was simultaneously Tena Asli terrifying and also unbelievably fortifying for a little kid law clerk essentially to be told like okay it's on can you and that he really did trust his clerks immensely Jim. I wonder if I just mentioned the Cert Pool in didn't explain what it was so maybe explain for a minute what the cert pool is and what it meant that justice. Stevens opted out sure the cert pool is a way for the justices to divide the the politicians or the applications for cases to be heard when I was clerking. It was about eight thousand per year. I think it's roughly the same today and so it's very hard for any individual justice to review all those petitions of course the clerks help out but a practice developed really over the last several decades accolades where all of the clerks who participated in this thing called the cert pool would get on a wheel and just kind of divide the eight thousand petitions among themselves themselves and they would each write a memo that would be circulated to all the other justices chambers talking about whether the the facts of the case whether the case should be granted or not and it was recommendation and each individual chambers could then make their own decisions based on what the pool memos said but they were not the first point of contact each justice. Stevens and not being part of the pool was saying you know I don't want some other justices clerks to be the ones sounds to summarize a cert petition for me. I want that to happen in chambers and in fact when it did happen in chambers he didn't really want his own clerks to summarize the the petitions either. He just wanted us to kind of flag ones that he should read on himself and that really does I think speak to the humility see that we were talking about before which is in any number of practices including writing his own opinions for the first draft including not being in the cert pool including not getting you know elaborate memos from his clerks summarizing the cases the court was going to hear he wanted to make sure that he was arriving at decisions through his own mental process and not being influenced by other people recognizing that that really can change your mind if someone else's takes the first whack at something it it influences you and he wanted to make sure that the decision making was by the person who was confirmed by the Senate and appointed by the president and not by clerks. You're both checking me on this humility thing that I'm saying and I love that. You're both saying no. It is actually the consummate act of humility to say I actually have to make up my my own mind the opposite of what I'm thinking of in terms of very controlling or you know that that I can't be a part of a larger cert pool. Pull your both saying actually this is very emblematic of somebody who really felt as though humility requires him to do the work I would say so so I am hesitating a little bit because he was not a person who lacked self-confidence all right he was when he reached a decision he was he was very often often quite sure he was right but that was because he had taken the time to go through the facts to think it through to get a first impression that wasn't generated by someone else right and so he was confident in his process but he wasn't. He didn't think that he was better than other people. Camila had asked you for a favorite moment from oral argument and you came up with this kind of obscure exchange from Barnard versus Thorsten Justin this is argued in January of nineteen eighty nine here's justice O'Conner chiding a lawyer for calling justices judge. We don't think I think that it would work judge for several reasons. I think were generally call justice. I'm sorry what now keep hosting because here's justice the Steven wants it might be alleviated if we had more lawyers who were actually there judge Justice Stephen but it cannot your mistake judges also so made in article three of the Constitution by the way I so so tell me way too well. What is this when that you pulled for us as something that was representative presentative of something uniquely Stevens Ish why I think it's a couple of things about that clip one is that he's right and the Constitution doesn't say justice does a judge when it talks about the supreme court but it's also that he was kind of simultaneously accomplishing a couple of things he was trying to set the advocate at what s who was clearly nervous and rattled by having been rebuked by Justice O'Connor and saying really don't worry about it but also it was it really was a kind of chiding of justice O'Conner as well but in the most gentle kind of joking way possible and recognizing that it's hard to do that directly he really had a lot of what you might call emotional intelligence. I think he can reader room pretty well and and there are other examples of this and there's one in his obituary by Linda Greenhouse Times where she mentioned his anecdote where there's some some function the justices are having one of the female clerks has been asked to to hand out drinks or something and he takes over for her and says and so I think it's my turn now and I think that's just another example of ways in which as you say he didn't like anyone kind of being talked down to and but he was also very socially aware in a way that not every you know not everyone. has that set of skills sign your thoughts on that yeah. I know that you also have lots of stories about justice. Stevens just being like freakishly sensitive to kind of dynamics in a way that I think so many of the justices sometimes don't necessarily hone in on the most vulnerable person in the room he he did have kind of an uncanny way of doing that right you know he did and I I love that clip that you played because it's it is it's like all of it together like you know so it's kind it's funny and it's super smart all all in one just quick exchange and it just so much about him but he did and it was another way hey where. I think he was a surprise to people use. All this sort of you know reserved midwesterner. Who you know it was the opposite of sort of touchy feely you know hippy or whatever of of the generation maybe that came after him and yet when it mattered when it mattered to having this ability ready to figure out you know the power imbalance or who needed hugh needed a lift or who needed you know the kind word at at the right time he he was really amazing in that way. 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India's tiger population rises to nearly 3,000 animals
"In one country the tiger population bouncing back the number of Tigers in India growing to nearly three thousand making that nation one of the safest habitat for the endangered animals prime minister Narendra Modi's noting that the big cats population had dwindled to just fourteen hundred about fifteen years ago before increasing to a bit over twenty two hundred in the last count in twenty fourteen the tiger is India's national animal the tiger conservation program was started in India in the nineteen seventies Paul Stevens fox
Justice John Paul Stevens And US Supreme Court discussed on All Things Considered
"Justice John Paul Stevens was mourned by fellow judges and the general public as his body lay in repose at the US Supreme Court has been such a wonderful person in our history on the
Trumps pay respects to Justice John Paul Stevens
"Before traveling to pay respects to one of the nation's most liberal Supreme Court justices president trump firing up another tweet in his war boards with four house Democrats but guns to deliver porch while heading to the Supreme Court to pay respects to the late justice John Paul Stevens president trump tweeting a new shot in the future this one is a very racist group of troublemakers who are young inexperienced and not very smart they are pulling the once great Democrat party far left and we're against humanitarian aid at the border and are now against ice and homeland security at about the same time one of the four congresswoman Rasheeda to leave till the end of a C. P. convention in Detroit
John Paul Stevens, NPR And Franco discussed on Press Play with Madeleine Brand
"President trump is paying his respects too late justice John Paul Stevens who died last week NPR's Franco or Daniela's reports this wasn't on trump's official itinerary president trump and the First Lady made a surprise trip to the Supreme Court to pay their respects to the late justice who is lying in repose at the center of the great hall Stephen serve nearly thirty five years on the High Court he was a leading liberal voice on the court until he retired in two thousand ten at the age of ninety Chief Justice John Roberts escorted the president and the First Lady into the hall where justice Stevens coffin was draped with an American flag the president and the First Lady walked hand in hand to the coffin where they bowed their heads in silence they then stopped in front of the late justices portrait they did not share any public remarks Franco or down yes NPR news
Trump resumes his attacks on Democratic congresswomen of color
"Day nine of the controversy over president trump tweets and statements about four democratic women lawmakers ABC's Karen Travers is at the White House with the president the latest tweets president trump keeping up his attacks on for democratic Congress women all women of color writing on Twitter this morning that they are quote a very racist group of troublemakers who are young inexperienced and not very smart the president writes that the women lawmakers are quote pulling the once great Democrat party far left tweet came just two minutes before the president and First Lady arrived at the Supreme Court to pay their respects to the late justice John Paul Stevens the president not the only one refusing to back down from the tiff with the for Congress women Michigan representative proceeded to lame spoke at the annual and double ACP national convention in Detroit today and had her own message for the president main didn't mention the president by name house speaker Nancy Pelosi also spoke at the convention but did not mention the president for his
Trump, Twitter And President discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"President trump continues to go after the four congressional freshmen Democrats notice the squad president trump keeping up his attacks on for democratic Congress women all women of color writing on Twitter this morning that they are quote a very racist group of troublemakers who are young inexperienced and not very smart the president writes that the women lawmakers are quote pulling the once great Democrat party far left tweet came just two minutes before the president and First Lady arrived at the Supreme Court to pay their respects to the late justice John Paul Stevens Karen Travers ABC news the White
Pelosi Statement on the Passing of Justice John Paul Stevens
"Yesterday our country lost a giant of the court and the Clarion for justice equality and the rule of law justice John Paul Stevens a justice Stevens was a true guardian of the constitution he made history not only as the longest serving justice but it's one of its finest country moving from one lying in state Monday the service it's a great loss to
"paul stevens" Discussed on KNSS
"Justice John Paul Stevens who has died at age ninety nine appointed by Republican president Gerald Ford former justice John Paul Stevens is being remembered by Democrats as a model jurist Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer calling Stevens a quote champion for civil rights of quality and accountability we've all his life to the ideal of equal justice under law president trump has a thirty five year tenure on the court will quote continue to shape the legal framework of our nation for years to come Stevens maintained his conservative principles never change during this time of the court if you see more liberal as time went on he said it was because the justices around him and the country became more conservative in Washington John mantle fox news a partial building collapse in west Wichita this morning around one forty first responders were called to sixty sixty seven twenty five west shade near central and ridge where an S. U. V. had collided with an apartment building firefighters found a gas leak and evacuated some residents no injuries are reported red cross was called to assist three adults and three children two people were injured in a shooting in south Wichita it happened just after eight thirty Tuesday evening in the thirty one hundred block of south Elizabeth west of Seneca police say a woman suffered life threatening injuries after being shot a man and four children were also in the home at the time the man was taken to an area hospital to be treated for injuries that were not due to a gunshot additional information is expected to be released later this morning Dan o'neill K. an SS news police continue to investigate the death of a seventy two year old woman in north Wichita police officer Charlie David since as early Monday evening police and first responders were dispatched to the scene a few blocks east of tenth and grow old center county emergency medical service personnel arrived and the female unfortunately was pronounced deceased on the scene the investigation at this time is revealed that the victim's daughter arrived home arrived at the home excuse me right about the home and found her mother unresponsive and notified nine one one a male acquaintance was also in the home at the time an autopsy on the victim is being performed at the regional forensics Science Center to determine the cause of death the Wichita city council putting a hold on a new hotel agreement at Eisenhower airport the proposed hotel was to be built their eyes in our airport parkway and west Terry street north of the airport after hearing the proposed agreement and public comments mayor Jeff long well voiced frustration with the Wichita eagle editorial board and also city staff we didn't get it.
"paul stevens" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Second Amendment he was ninety seven years old at the time but John Paul Stevens wins mind and his words were still razor-sharp join us now by phone C. N. N. legal analyst and Supreme Court Biographer Joan Bisque Biscuit Pick Joan you know the history. The court has as well as anyone. Let's talk about John Paul. L. Stevens is legacy. You know Anderson just what Pam said right now about how razor-sharp he was. I just talked to him about a month ago. He just finished his latest book and he still wanted to be so much a part of the dialogue dialogue in America and I think one thing he did was offer exhibit A. to the kind of <hes> promise that Chief Justice John Roberts has said there are no such thing as oh Baba judges or trump on judges because and point the public Gerald Ford in one thousand nine hundred seventy five and he certainly couldn't have been predicted as someone who voted along the Republican Party lines he offered such a moderate to liberal leaning view at the end of his life. He wanted to ensure a greater protections for free speech. Although he really thought free speech <hes> he really fought conservative effort to lift regulation of campaign finance he continued to argue for <hes> <hes> narrower gun rights he opposed the Supreme Court's ruling broadening broadening the ability to <hes> have gun ownership rather than regulation so across the board more than thirty years influencing all areas of American life <hes> just an extraordinary legacy again the third longest serving a Supreme Court Justice Joan cubic appreciate it Chris. We'll have more on the life and the legacy of justice Stevens News continues one and handed over crystal Cuomo prime-time Chris. I am Bill Kristol feeling confused about politics..
"paul stevens" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Scarred by fire Paul Stevens. Fox News Paris's fire chief saying the structure of the Notre Dame cathedral has been saved despite a major fire the dates significant damage happened just after six pm in Paris around twelve eastern off to the church the cathedral had shut to terrorist. It's believed to have started at the back roof of the cathedral under scaffolding which had been in place for a major seven million dollar restoration. It is not believed to be absent or terror-related an hour later thick smoke was billowing across Paris. Flames began to appear engulfing that entire roof as the forest wooden beams inside it took hold finally the roof caved in that famous spy that looks out over Paris, crumbled, boxers Benjamin hall, the Justice department saying it will release special counsel Robert Muller's report on the Russian investigation to the public on Thursday morning. Redacted report will be sent to congress Mullah wrapping up his investigation late last month. So. Mitigated four hundred page report to attorney general William barb. President Trump will have to deal with at least one Republican challenger for his reelection. Former Massachusetts Governor William weld saying he'll challenge the president for the GOP nomination. America as a choice. Two thousand nineteen. Better America starts here. President. Well, releasing that campaign video a short time ago, Vermont Senator Democratic White House candidate Bernie Sanders. Taking part in a Fox News townhall. Tonight's Macronix socialism to me. Is creating a government and an economy in a society, which works for all rather than just the top one percent. It means ending the absurd inequalities that exist today that town hall in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. This is Fox News. Lots of investment firms talk about customizing portfolio to your knees. But they may only look at one or two aspects of your financial situation,.
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"With a deadline. I'm Paul Stevens. Fox news. The state of Florida starting recounts and racist for a US Senate seat and governor Republican governor Rick Scott leading incumbent Senator Bill Nelson by twelve thousand votes out of eight million cast. He spoke with Chris Wallace this morning Bill Nelson's a sore loser. He's been in politics way. Too long forty two years. He just won't give up Nelson's vying for a fourth term, and he's accusing the Scott team and Republicans of attending to block legitimate votes from being counted, quote, we believe when every legal ballot is counted will win this election. Florida's governor's race where Republican Ron to Santa's leaves by point four one of a percentage point over Tallahassee democratic mayor Andrew gillum that is also subject to a recount the census leave what he's maintained this leaves. This Tuesday night is only thirty three thousand votes. Fox's feel Keating. A Thursday deadline has been set for. For those recounts a day of speeches into solemn ceremony Sunday with some seventy world leaders. Remembering those who made the ultimate sacrifice in what's been called the war to end all wars, the American symmetry, and surrendered to Paris suburbs. President Trump hailing the allied victory in World War One on this day in the year, nineteen eighteen church bells rang families embraced celebrations, as you know, fill the streets like never before the president heading back to the United States. He skipping a peace conference hosted by French president, Emmanuel Macron, the French leader gave a speech earlier at another ceremony attacking nationalism. In Paris, Simon Owen, Fox News of eastern Ukraine regions controlled by Russia back separatist rebels holding elections today for local governments those elections announced by both Kiev and western governments. This is Fox News. And now the iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. Hey, fellow sports fans at sandy west. And I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. Let's start back in nineteen thirty where the Chicago Bears thirty game unbeaten streak ends to the Boston Redskins. They lose ten to nothing staying with streaks this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy one the LA Lakers starting thirty three game consecutive winning streak. And oh, why not here's another street this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty two the Cleveland Cavaliers lose their twenty four th consecutive game. Which at the time was the NBA record the seventy Sixers hold that. Currently with twenty eight this week in one thousand nine hundred four George Foreman at the age of forty five becomes boxing's oldest heavyweight champion when he defeats twenty six year old Michael Moore in the tenth round of their WBA fight in Las Vegas this week in one thousand nine hundred five Art Modell, owner of the Cleveland Browns announces the team is moving to Baltimore. They would be. Come. The ravens this week in one thousand nine hundred six Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter is the unanimous choice as AL rookie of the year and happy birthday to the inventor of basketball and also the football helmet bet. You didn't know that Dr James Naismith born in Ontario in eighteen sixty one that's your iheartradio weekend.
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"Florida. I'm Paul Stevens. Fox News recounts underway in Florida for that state's gubernatorial race and a US Senate seat inside the Broward County elections office three and a half million pages of ballots are now zipping through the machines separating page one of each ballot from the rest. This will take about thirty five hours. Then Monday night all of the page ones on the ballot. That's the page recount races. In question will then be scanned through the tabulation machines and the votes then recounted every county must be dealt with their recount by Thursday. That's FOX's Phil Keating. The Senate race showing razor-thin lead for outgoing GOP. Governor Rick Scott over incumbent Democrat Bill Nelson. Former Republican congressman Ron to Santa's holding a slight lead for governor over Tallahassee democratic mayor Andrew gillum. These search for bodies continues in the town of paradise California amid the charred ruins of raging wildfires at least twenty-five deaths have been connected to those fires with at least. One hundred more people still unaccounted for French president Emmanuel Macron taking a swipe at President Trump's support of nationalism earlier today this happening during a Paris ceremony marking the end of World War One. It was the second time in a week that Macron had taken aim policies pursued by President Trump the first earlier this week when Macron said Europe needed to create a true European army President Trump called that insulting. But the president didn't seem to mind this time tweeting quote mutiple ceremony today in Paris, commemorating the end of World War, One many world leaders attendance. Thank you, Emmanuel Macron, president of France. Fox's John Roberts covering the president President Trump later, delivering remarks at a US military ceremony military cemetery rather located outside Paris, the Palestinian health ministry, saying five militants were killed by Isreaeli fire amid ongoing violence on the border with Gaza. And this is Fox News. Women around the world put everyone else first. But as the saying goes you can't pour from an empty Cup. It's time to live.
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"The a g I'm Paul Stevens. Fox News reaction from congress still hot and heavy over the president's pick for interim attorney general more on that line now from FOX's Goodall. Scott, Paul Matt Whitaker as acting attorney general will oversee the special counsel's probe into Russian meddling. GOP Senator Lindsey Graham on CBS face. The nation says Whitaker's shouldn't have to recuse himself from that. They'll be no political influence put on Mr. Muller by Mr. Whittaker to do anything other than Mr. Muller's job. But democratic Representative Adam Schiff is one who is asking for ethical clarification even questioning on NBC's. Meet the press if Whitaker should have that job. There are serious constitutional arguments that as principal officer. He cannot be appointed to this position Whitaker was previously. Jeff Sessions chief of staff at DOJ, Paul gern, all some world leaders gathering in Paris today, remembering the armistice that ended World War One. French president Emmanuel. Chrome oh using the moment to denounce nationalism. A belief supported by President Trump nationally. Is a betrayal. Dissolve patriots. Bye. The others. We arrays. What is it life? What makes it grace, and what is essential its moral value through an interpreter there. President Trump later delivering remarks at an American cemetery outside Paris tension, rising in Florida counties. They're beginning recounting ballots in races for US Senate and also for governor. Republican candidates accusing the Broward County supervisor of elections of trying to the racism favor of Democrats this coming after officials admitted they mistakenly counted twenty two absentee ballots have been rejected. But said they can't do anything to fix it after they were mixed in with about two hundred legal ballots. This is Fox News. When.
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"The migrants Paul Stevens. Fox News migrant cameraman of thousands of central Americans continuing to inch closer to the US while active-duty troops arrive at the southern border at the current pace. The migrant caravan will get to the US border until sometime in December which gives the US military, plenty of time to gear up for this mission. And in fact, some of the deployed soldiers have already arrived here at Fort Bliss, which is one of several military. Installations in Texas, Arizona and California serving as support logistics hubs for the thousands of troops and those troops are coming from basis across America, including Fort Knox. Fort Campbell, Kentucky, Fort Bragg, North Carolina and other bases in Georgia, Illinois, Colorado, even Washington state. Fox's Rick Leventhal and El Paso, Texas. Those migrants on the mind, President Trump Thursday government of Mexico has generously offered asylum jobs education and medical care for people within the caravan, but many members. Of the caravan of refused. These offers which demonstrate that these migrants are not legitimate asylum seekers with reporters at the White House. Oprah Winfrey hits the campaign trail Oprah Winfrey is in Georgia to encourage eligible voters to support the democratic candidates. Stacey Abrams who if elected will become the first African American female governor in US history. All the press everybody, I'm not here because I'm making some grandstand. 'cause I think it about running myself. I don't want to run and tell the crowd the one place where we're all equal is at the polls oxes Michelle Pollino, north and South Korea agreeing to officially inform the International Olympic Committee. They wanna co host the twenty thirty two summer games Korean sports officials meeting today at North Korean border town, also agreeing to send a combined Korean team to next year's world handball championships..
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"Migrants, I'm Paul Stevens. Fox news. A migrant camera van of thousands of central Americans continuing to inch closer to the US swale active duty troops arrive at the southern border at the current pace. The migrant caravan won't get to the US border until sometime in December which gives the US military, plenty of time to gear up for this mission. And in fact, some of the deployed soldiers have already arrived here at Fort Bliss, which is one of several military. Installations in Texas, Arizona and California serving as support logistics hubs for the thousands of troops and those troops are coming from bases across America, including Fort Knox and Fort Campbell, Kentucky, Fort Bragg, North Carolina and other bases in Georgia, Illinois, Colorado, even Washington state. Fox's Rick Leventhal and El Paso, Texas. Those migrants on the mind of President Trump Thursday government of Mexico has generously offered asylum jobs education and medical care for people within the caravan. But many members of the caravan have refused. These offers which demonstrate that these migrants are not legitimate asylum seekers with reporters have lighthouse Oprah Winfrey. Hits the campaign trail Oprah Winfrey is in Georgia to encourage eligible voters to support the democratic candidates. Stacey Abrams who if elected will become the first African American female governor in US history to all the press everybody, I'm not here because I'm making some grandstand. Because I think it about running myself. I don't want to run. Up until the crowd the one place where we're all equal is at the poll oxes, Michelle Pollino, north and South Korea agreeing to officially inform the International Olympic Committee. They wanna co host the twenty thirty two summer games Korean sports officials meeting today and North Korean border town, also agreeing to send a combined Korean team to next year's world handball championships. This is Fox News..
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"Migrants, I'm Paul Stevens. Fox news. A migrant caravan of thousands of central Americans continuing to inch closer to the US while active duty troops arrive at the southern border at the current pace. The migrant caravan won't get to the US border until sometime in December which gives the US military, plenty of time to gear up for this mission. And in fact, some of the deployed soldiers have already arrived here at Fort Bliss, which is one of several military. Installations in Texas, Arizona and California serving as support logistics hubs for the thousands of troops and those troops are coming from basis across America, including Fort Knox. Fort Campbell, Kentucky, Fort Bragg, North Carolina and other bases in Georgia, Illinois, Colorado, even Washington state. Fox's Rick Leventhal and El Paso, Texas. Those migrants on the mind to President Trump Thursday government of Mexico has generously offered asylum jobs education and medical care for people within the caravan, but many members of the carava. Van have refused. These offers which demonstrate that these migrants are not legitimate asylum seekers hasn't with reporters at the White House. Oprah Winfrey hits the campaign trail Oprah Winfrey is in Georgia to encourage eligible voters to support the democratic candidates. Stacey Abrams who if elected will become the first African American female governor in US history to all the press everybody, I'm not here because I'm making some grandstand. 'cause I think it about running myself. I don't want to run up told the crowd the one place where we're all equal is at the polls oxes Michelle Pollino, north and South Korea agreeing to officially inform the International Olympic Committee. They wanna co host the twenty thirty two summer games Korean sports officials meeting today at North Korean border town, also agreeing to send a combined Korean team connects years world handball championships..
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"I'm Paul Stevens. Jacksonville. Florida. Police investigating a multiple shooting just a half mile away from TIAA Bank field on Sunday. This point we're investigating what may have led up to the shooting, including the possibility that this may be gang related based on information obtained in the early stages of the investigation ASO director of investigations and homeland security rod Lendvai five men and one women woman were wounded members of congress not buying an official explanation of how Saudi journalist Shimon kashogi was killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Turkey earlier this month. So ridiculous that eighteen people would go to Turkey to kill kill, Mr. Gonzaga. And nobody in the government know about it. That would be brazen abuse of authority, South Carolina GOP Senator Lindsey Graham appearing on FOX's Sunday morning futures. And this is Fox News. Storm team ten forecast powered by Dunkin donuts, try any Dunkin iced coffee, only two dollars from two to six PM. Increasing clouds tonight a few showers from mid evening till midnight, some stars overnight breezy forty five to fifty morning rain on Sunday up 'til mid morning clearing from west to east than sunny, gusty and chilly. Highs mid to upper forties. Clear. Colder Sunday night, low twenty five thirty low thirties along the coast in islands, Monday sun and clouds cooler than average highs in the low fifties. I'm storm team ten meteorologist RJ high a NewsRadio nine twenty and one four seven FM NewsRadio nine twenty four seven FM..
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"That you also have an individual right god given right to protect yourself whether it's a tarantula government more bear coming at a threat or your neighbor coming at your credit any threat you have that individual right and that is so critically important and the fact is when somebody like john paul stevens when he wrote about it that way to me they're being disingenuous what they're saying is now that's antiquated and you shouldn't have that right that the state should be in control of everything that you don't have an individual right to self protection you want dangerous thought you want a dangerous mindset it's that of john paul stevens that's a dangerous mindset when you start telling people in the united states of america they don't have a personal right to self protection i say in the united states of america it's dangerous anywhere in the world when you tell an individual that the state it can control you to the point where you can't defend yourself against other threats that come at you and when you're totally completely law abiding citizen to and that's the whole point your lawabiding citizen and they say you can't be trusted well you know something this nation is great today this nation is great because we do trust the individual that's why it's great we're great you want to know why we have american exceptionalism is because we trust the individual it is the individual that we care about it is the individual that we look at in the highest esteem the individual the individual rights have come from it because society is built by individuals by responsible law abiding individuals who understand that their role in the success of a society like the united states is as great as any police officer or any politician out there and when you move away from that that's extremely dangerous now you can't be trusted with it now there is no second amendment right we the people on the hill we the people in the mansion's we the people with our armed security living in are gated communities we will tell you how to run your life that is the ultimate in elitism you want the ultimate of elitism right there john paul stevens there yes that is that the you are not to be trusted the individual because if you extrapolate that out you.