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"policy court" Discussed on KTRH
"Being feud for the same lens? Or is that something different? All violence happening around the country will be reviewed as a part of the Thetacticsroom that was done by the national Security team. That would be the White House Tap dancer. I mean press secretary Jen Psaki. Refusing to label and teeth of the president hasn't done so either. The flood of executive orders coming from Biden could wind up in the Supreme Court. Josh Blackman with the South Texas College of Law compares it to President Trump reversing Obama's policies. Court stick with these Obama policies because Trump didn't do good enough job, saying what he was changing his mind. I think we're going to see a similar dynamic five more triangular trump policies, and the polls say, Well, you didn't do their job explaining why you changed your mind expects a shift with a 6 to 3 conservative advantage sort of social issues that are very long standing. I think those go break into swing to the right impacting issues like abortion, immigration and gun rights. News time 7 36. Then, of course, there's big check with Google and their continued censorship of conservatives leading many to look for online alternatives. Conservatives say they're tired of efforts to manipulate what they read and how they vote, multiple reports say. Since 2016 Google search engine has been displaying Maura, politically charged results, they can shift upwards of 12 million votes with no one aware that they're being manipulated and without leaving a paper trail for authorities to trace psychologist Robert Epstein says. Many are looking for alternative search engines for their phones and computers that don't track it, sell their information like start page, brave and ducked up Go. Epstein also suggested Proton mail instead of Gmail, which is owned by Google. Why? Gold speed NewsRadio? 7 40, Katie, Right, and our news time is now 7 37, The Bulletin of Atomic scientists. They updated their annual doomsday clock. The scientist who created atomic weapons created the clock in the CEO updates yearly kind of Dr Strangelove feel to it when the board set the clock last year. Then Dimitri You know.
"policy court" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It hits the brakes from 103rd on in in Lyle and Accident. Yeah. Clea and Ohio, also in Glendale Heights, Army Trail and Bloomingdale. Her band about Jeon. Traffic Central. The number of Corona virus cases continues to rise in Illinois and neighboring states are still seeing problematic numbers. In Illinois today, the Department of Public Health reporting 2742 new corona virus cases and 13 additional death. The state positivity rate ticked up again to 4.3%, Indiana, reporting 1581 new cases in Wisconsin over the weekend, the state reporting over 5400 new cases with the positivity rate of 18.6%. Wisconsin remains on Chicago's mandatory quarantine list and Indiana was put on warning last week they could appear on the list this week. Kim Gordon devil you G M News to Western Illinois University housing officers have been recognized by an international organization for their efforts and slowing the spread of Cove in 19. Jessica Butcher and Bridget McCormick were recognised by the Heroes program of the Association of College in University Housing Officers International. They were among 27 campus professionals from across the nation who were honored. The pro program recognizes the leadership of campus professionals during times of significant challenge and now seems unlikely that lawmakers will reach a stimulus deal before Election Day. The White House is asking Congress to redirect about $130 billion for the Paycheck protection program. This comes after both Republicans and Democrats rejected the Trump administration's $1.8 trillion proposal. House Democrats say they won't do a piecemeal plan Amy Cockney Barrett Supreme Court confirmation hearings began today as the Republican led Senate charged ahead to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. WG ends. Judy Wing reports. They devout Catholic and Notre Dame law professor will also tell Senators court should not try to make policy. Courts are not designed to solve every problem or right every wrong in our public life, they policy decisions in value, judgments of government must be made by the political branches Elected by an accountable to the people. Republican senators blasted the Democrats for framing Cockney Barrett as a threat to abortion rights and the affordable Care Act. Senators will question Cockney parrot Tuesday and Wednesday and then they'll hear from outside witnesses Thursday. They full said it could vote late this month. If confirmed, which Republicans do have the votes to Dio Bear. It would give the Supreme Accord a 63 conservative majority. A tourist from.
United sending layoff notices to nearly half of US employees
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Germany laments US exit from WHO, says EU seeks to reform it
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Trump threatens to cut federal aid if schools don't reopen
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Supreme Court sides with Trump in birth control opt-out case
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Supreme Court sides with Trump in birth control opt-out case
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"policy court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Dot org it's All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Audie Cornish and I'm ari Shapiro it was never easy for migrants to an asylum in U. S. immigration courts but now it's nearly impossible out of tens of thousands of migrants who arrived at the southern border in recent months just over one hundred people have been granted protection immigrant advocates say this is what the trump administration wanted when it implemented the remain in Mexico program and parents Jill rose reports this is how the asylum system works on the border now migrants who've been forced to wait in Mexico are stressed by the time they're allowed into the US for court attorney Lynn Stauffer describe seeing her client at a hearing last week she's had nothing to eat she's also exhausted his the glee and emotionally as he is expected to testify about the most dramatic experiences of her life to video camera so first client and young daughter spent the night on the international bridge and wave a Laredo Mexico the night before they had no choice the migrants shelters in town refused to unlock their doors until the light of day because it's notoriously dangerous outside in the family had to report to US authorities on the bridge by four thirty in the morning from there they were escorted to temporary tent courts just across the border where judges preside by video link from hundreds of miles away in San Antonio they appear very overwhelms highly Struble is a former immigration judge and one of a small band of observers were watching in San Antonio she will says judges are also stressed they're doing their best to juggle a flurry of new trump administration policies court rulings and a huge volume of cases but she says they're making mistakes the judges are just trying to get through their dockets they just don't have time to think and that's a problem the U. S. asylum system has been upended by remain in Mexico also known as the migrant protection protocols more than fifty five thousand migrants have been told to wait in Mexico under the program according to the latest data of more than forty percent of their cases have been decided and the success rate is less than one percent Jody good when is a long time immigration lawyer in Harlan's in Texas it's very clear at this point that the design of the program is to basically eviscerate asylum law as we know it the message is clear they will no longer be allowed to export our laws and be allowed into our country based on fraudulent claims those loopholes have been closed that's mark Morgan the acting commissioner of US customs and border protection in Washington earlier this month he says the remaining Mexico program discourages asylum seekers with dubious claims and that the administration is working with the Mexican government to ensure a quote safe secure environment and quote for migrants but he also says if somebody is abuse if somebody is exploited there's only one individual who is to blame for that and that's the smuggling organization the cartels her doing the exploitation and abuse in these people immigrant advocates say this lack of security in Mexico is a big reason remain in Mexico is making it harder to get asylum in the US advocates say the one individual to blame for that is president trump for sending migrants back to some of the most dangerous cities in the world they are kidnapped they are attacked they are raped Rebeca Gandelman is an advocate with human rights first which has documented more than six hundred violent crimes against migrants in the remaining Mexico program including at least one murder thousands of asylum seekers aren't showing up for court immigrant advocates say some of them have been kidnapped others are so scared they've gone home Gandelman recalled one asylum case she observed a migrant from Honduras who said she'd already been kidnapped once and then begged the judge to deport her she said both my life and my son's life are in danger I want to go back to Honduras because of something happens to me there at least I have my family but here it's just myself and my son and god the second reason it's so hard to get asylum under remain in Mexico has to do with the judges the program finals these asylum cases to some of the toughest judges in the country immigration courts near the border grant far fewer asylum claims than other courts like San Francisco or New York the third reason limited access to legal counsel few lawyers are willing to travel to Mexico to take on these cases and those who are willing to say the administration has made it difficult to meet with their clients they don't want lawyers to talk to people they don't want lawyers to be present attorney Jody Goodwin represents more than forty migrants in the remaining Mexico program Goodwin describes a chaotic legal system on the border only lawyers are allowed into the tent courts and they have to meet with their clients in converted storage containers I usually only have like maybe fifteen or twenty minutes to be able to talk to my clients before court in addition they don't allow you to see your clients after court they really don't want lawyers to be in that facility the justice department which runs the immigration courts declined to comment for this story except to say that a new wrinkle is coming next month a group of immigration judges in fort worth Texas will begin hearing remain in Mexico cases from the tent courts via video and like the ten courts these proceedings will be closed to outside observers toll roads NPR news Washington JK.
"policy court" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet
"Go where to begin when it was first announced that Donald Trump was coming to town is. He said that his his hateful rhetoric was not welcome in Minneapolis. And let me explain what I mean by that. These are not ordinary circumstances right now. Had these been organized ordinary circumstances had this been Obama or George W Bush or Clinton or h.w or anyone before them. I would've gone to the airport and I would have shaken the hand even if I didn't agree with them even if we're on the APSIS side of things this is not normal for the record. The trump campaign does oh minneapolis over five hundred thousand dollars for his rally. We'll see when that gets paid but this whole incident raise as the larger question for me. Increasingly local leaders across the country are pushing back against divisive rhetoric and challenging federal policies courts. I asked mayor fry how he sees that responsibility. Ability Mayors and specifically cities are now charged with taking up issues that they previously didn't need the touch with poll. The Tocqueville Bill One said that in America the states or the laboratory of democracy and now in the age of trump cities are the laboratory laboratory of democracy all of these controversial issues. You know you've got this. They're being taken up by sits immigration all immigration audible housing police community relations opioid crisis. Go down the list every single one of them cities having to address. Because you've got one this gridlock at Federal And sometimes state legislatures. You have people that are moving back to cities at these massive rates and so cities are charged yes with being laboratory of democracy and and and dealing with all of this other crap that the Federal Government Donald Trump is is pushing under the rug. And when you look at the road who's under the rug it's cities. We're the ones ones that are now faced with dealing with it and it used to be that the items that they were pushing under the rug along time ago we're like you know smaller debris it was it was like Dustin and maybe paper Abra clips and pennies and then in the nineties. The items got a little bigger. It was four Cheson scrunches the nineties and but uh now now they're throwing like lawnmowers under the rug work with me on this analogy a lot going on and so I never every motor rug. Yeah well these are like large items that are now being placed under the rug and as mayor. You're you're forced to disassemble this lawnmower and put it back together in a way that is eighth that is environmentally sustainable. And if you could use the extra metal to create a few units of affordable housing you do that too and so it's changed. We are the ones that are doing this. And by the way. It's also the reason that people trust cities more is because we're actually dealing with these issues when someone on calls me and says hey I got a pothole out in front of my street. I can't lie about it and say we filled when we did it. And so because of that city's becoming a bastion of truth because we have this traditional art of problem followed by action followed by Solution Lucien at the federal level. You have the problem and then everybody argues about the problem for a year and a half minutes on every single news channel and everybody argues about the problem. Even get to the action. He never gets in the solution solution. What is the role of a mayor of a city responding to immigration crackdowns on the federal level? How do you think about the rule of law? And how do you think about ice. And how how do you think about these issues. When and the federal government has view about who are should who should or should not be allowed to do various things? And what your responsibilities to your to the citizenry. A and you hear these terms like sanctuary city and on what basis should someone if they report a crime but they're undocumented should they be reported to federal authorities authorities or not how do you think about that globally and then the last year a couple of specific questions. The role of mayors throughout the country with respect immigration has changed dramatically in the last three or four years. I don't know that it was an issue that was consistently tackled previously. Because there wasn't as much reason to do so there wasn't the same kind of fear that there is now when you say fear what do you mean by fear we have. We've people neighbors and friends and family that live in our city so there are it because they think there's a crackdown happening. They're fearful because they think there's a crackdown happening there. You're being ripped apart from their loved ones They're fearful of being taken away from. I'm a city that they love and they've helped to make wonderful and yes. It is a role of mayor to help to step in now. There are legal questions as to how and when you're should step in to best protect those that we love. Aw now there's no clear. Definition out there is to really what constitutes a sanctuary city at least when Donald Trump says it now what we have in our city is a separation ordnance and would that separation ordinance says is that our police officers are public. Officials are not to ask ask the question as to whether an individual is documented or not and that's true by the way in many many cities and you believe in that that's good yeah and then when the federal government disagrees with you. How do you handle that? When the federal government disagrees with me about handing over information or collecting data? Yes we don't collected. We've just disagree with them. We're not doing it. You know this is this is there are certain things in in life and certainly in politics. That are negotiable. We don't negotiate with people's lives and when you have.
"policy court" Discussed on KCRW
"I'm Scott Simon immigration has been a central issue for President Trump from the time of his campaign. He's a nonstop plan to overhaul legal immigration in the United States. It would replace the current system with a so-called merit based system that favours immigrants who are younger and have more desirable skills. But speaker Nancy Pelosi is declared the plan quote dead on arrival and drill rose has been looking back at the White House has accomplished on immigration and what it hasn't Joe. Thanks so much for being with us here. What stood out to in this immigration proposal? I was struck by how quickly it was rejected by people on both sides of the debate, right? Immigration hardliners hated it because it doesn't cut the number of legal immigrants. In fact, it keeps the number of green cards per year, roughly the same and Democrats, didn't like it, because it doesn't address any of their key concerns on immigration like the. Eight of the dreamers young immigrants who are brought to the country illegally as children, or really doesn't deal with any of the roughly eleven million immigrants living in the country illegally and even the president himself, doesn't really seem to believe that this proposal is going anywhere. Here he is speaking on Thursday. And if for some reason, possibly political, we can't get the Democrats to approve this merit based, high security plan. Then we will get it approved immediately after the election when we take back the house, keep the Senate, and of course, hold the presidency. But let's remember that Republicans did control both houses of congress and the presidency for two years. And that they couldn't pass the last immigration plan that the White House support it when they did. Which raises the question of what kind of track record, they have? Well, we recently created an online tool to track the Trump administration's immigration policies, and what stands out to me is really how much of a mixed bag. It is. You've got a few high profile victories few, perhaps equally high profile defeats, and a whole lot of question marks in between, and you can see that just looking at this week, there's the overhaul plan, that's probably not going anywhere. And just yesterday a second federal appeals court in Maryland ruled against the administration's decision to Dhaka the program that protects almost seven hundred thousand dreamers and the Justice department lawyers on Friday. We're in court in California defending the national emergency declaration that the White House is using to try to build the wall on the US Mexico, border courts have often stopped the administration plans haven't they, they have. I mean the list is long. The Justice department has tried to punish so called sanctuary cities, cortra- jetted that there's temporary protected status. The department of homeland security, tried to end protections. For hundreds of thousands of immigrants from Haiti and I'll Salvador and other troubled countries, courts, put that on hold. And one of the most dramatic defeats the for this administration was the repudiation of the family separation policy courts told the administration to reunite thousands of children with their parents. The administration is still in litigation over that. In fact, they're still in court over the travel ban on immigrants and visitors from seven countries including several majority Muslim countries, as we know this court upheld that policy in a big win for the White House. But there are still some lingering constitutional questions about two years into his administration. How has President Trump made US immigration policy, different well, for sure? Deportations and arrests of immigrants in the country illegally are way up since Trump took office refugee admissions are down there at their lowest levels in decades. And in general, I think the administration has been the most successful when it's stuck to things that are clearly in the executive branches wheelhouse like rules regulations. That each new administration gets to write, for example, it's taking a lot longer to get a visa or citizenship than it did a few years ago. That's a big difference because of additional hoops that immigrants have to jump through and immigration experts say that small changes like that, that actually can really add up to a big difference. Sarah Pierce is an analyst at the nonpartisan migration policy institute in Washington. They've made small tweaks to regulations and policy that I think overall it, you know, over time, and once they're all put together will make a big difference in reducing the amount of immigrants that are coming into the country. So some of the administration's visible policy proposals might be stalled, but in the long run Pierce saying that the Trump administration may be successful at making lasting changes to the immigration system, and bears, you'll rose, thanks so much for being with us to welcome.
"policy court" Discussed on KQED Radio
"More at ufl dot EDU, and the listeners of gay QA D league, spiked high temperatures today in the mid fifty so low sixties rain will be heavy at times throughout the day, and we expect some more rain tomorrow as well. This is weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Scott Simon immigration has been a central issue for President Trump from the time of his campaign. He's announced plan to overhaul legal immigration in the United States. It would replace the current system with a so-called merit based system that favours immigrants who are younger and have more desirable skills. But house speaker Nancy Pelosi is declared the plan quote dead on arrival and drill rose has been looking back at what the White House has accomplished on immigration. And what it hasn't Joe. Thanks so much for being with us here. What stood out to in this immigration proposal? I was struck by how quickly it was rejected by people on both sides of the debate, right? Immigration hardliners hated it because it doesn't cut the number of legal immigrants. In fact, it keeps the number of green cards per year, roughly the same and Democrats, didn't like it, because it doesn't address any of their key concerns on immigration like the fate of the dreamers, young Immigra. Who are brought to the country illegally as children, or really. It doesn't deal with any of the roughly eleven million immigrants living in the country illegally. And even the president himself doesn't really seem to believe that this proposal was going anywhere. Here he is speaking on Thursday and therefore some reason possibly political. We can't get the Democrats to approve this merit based, high security plan. Then we will get it approved immediately after the election when we take back the house, keep the Senate. And of course called the presidency. But let's remember that Republicans did control both houses of congress and the presidency for two years. And that they couldn't pass the last immigration plan that the White House support it when they did. Which raises the question of what kind of track record, they have? Well, we recently created an online tool to track the Trump administration's immigration policies, and what stands out to me is really how much of a mixed bag. It is. You've got a few high profile victories few, perhaps equally high profile defeats, and a whole lot of question marks in between, and you can see that just looking at this week, there's the overhaul plan, that's probably not going anywhere. And just yesterday a second federal appeals court in Maryland ruled against the administration's decision to end DACA, the program that protects almost seven hundred thousand dreamers and the Justice department lawyers on Friday. We're in court in California defending the national emergency declaration that the White House is using to try to build the wall on the US, Mexico border, court often stop the administration plans haven't they, they have. I mean the list is long. The Justice department tried to punish so called sanctuary cities, cortra- jetted that there's temporary protected status. The department of homeland security tried to end protections for. Hundreds of thousands of immigrants from Haiti and I'll Salvador and other troubled countries, courts, put that on hold. And one of the most dramatic defeats the for this administration was the repudiation of the family separation policy courts told the administration to reunite thousands of children with their parents. The administration is still in litigation over that. In fact, they're still in court over the travel ban on immigrants and visitors from seven countries including several majority Muslim countries, as we know this court of held that policy in a big win for the White House. But there are still some lingering constitutional questions about two years into his administration. How has President Trump made US immigration policy, different well, for sure? Deportations and arrests of immigrants in the country illegally are way up since Trump took office refugee admissions are down there at their lowest levels in decades. And in general, I think the administration has been the most successful when it's stuck to things that are clearly in the executive branches wheelhouse like rules regulations. Each new administration gets to write, for example, it's taking a lot longer to get a visa or citizenship than it did a few years ago. That's a big difference because of additional hoops that immigrants have to jump through an immigration experts say that small changes like that, that actually can really add up to a big difference. Sarah Pierce is an analyst at the nonpartisan migration policy institute in Washington. They've made small tweaks to regulations and policy that I think overall it over time. And once they're all put together will make a big difference in reducing the amount of immigrants that are coming into the country. So some of the ministrations, most visible policy proposals might be stalled, but in the long run Pierce saying that the Trump administration may be successful, making lasting changes to the immigration system, and bears, you'll wrote much for being with us to all come Scott..
"policy court" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Guzman. After years of not committing New York City mayor Bill de Blasios reportedly getting on board with a plan to legalize recreational marijuana to Blasios finding a news conference today outlining certain stipulations in his new marijuana policy. Courting to the New York Times he's expected to announce marijuana smoking will be banned in public be limited to those twenty one and older, and they say that he wants the city to do away with drug testing of job applicants the time says any sales of marijuana could exceed one point seven billion dollars would bring in millions in tax revenue. Well, yesterday, Brooklyn Ericsson's all is ordered hundreds of low level marijuana convictions to be white from the books. This follows the ongoing trend. For law enforcement changing attitudes regarding marijuana getting caught smoking weed in public often no longer weeds to arrest in New York City and now past convictions are being tossed with DA Gonzalez motion having been granted he says, it means folks no longer having to explain such incidents to perspective employers. The facts are simple people smoke marijuana. No matter what race or economic class. You're a recreational use for adults may soon be legalized as governor Cuomo is called for still smoking while driving, for example, could get you in trouble. That's the kind of possession that endangers families in people James flippin for seven ten W O R two people are seriously wounded following a three alarm fire in Chinatown AFDC unwise says they received a call around twelve forty five yesterday afternoon responding to that four story building at one thirteen Motte street. The fire was declared under control about an hour and a half later. However officials say a ninety six year old woman in her home health aide were critically injured. Take out out of the building and cardiac. Arrest the cause of the fire center investigation. President Trump announcing yesterday on Twitter that the US has pulling out of Syria. We've been fighting for a long time in Syria. I've been president for almost two years, and we've really stepped it up, and we have one against ISIS. Well, the president's opponents and some of his allies have been criticizing the decision. Meanwhile, a Bill to avoid a partial government shutdown. We'll be under consideration in the house after the Senate passed it last night quarter of the government runs out of money. By the end of the week twelve year old boy is dead after he was shot in the chest and killed while on his own portion Bridgeport, Connecticut police chief Armato AJ Peres says it's a tragedy. Oracle his dad and his mom. I can't bring him back. I'm sure going to get Justice for him and for his family. I guarantee you guarantee you somebody's going to be in custody very quickly. This report is brought to you by mothers against drunk driving for victims of trunk and drugged driving..
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"This country maybe they aren't maybe say oh well one they found out they were russia's they refused to take their money or collaborate with them at all i mean we have pictures but hey you never know you never know we'll find out soon enough so we know what she's been charged with and we know who is she tried to work with let's go to more details well mr putin denied any involvement monday and such activities court documents show that misbehavior no told associates that her covert efforts were approve by mr putin's administration in fact she worked with mr torsion alexander torsion who is the deputy governor of the russian central bank he's linked to both russian security services and to shockingly organized crime in russia really organized crime working with the russian government who would have guessed and she's now the putin says my guys working with her of course not this is one of her emails where she asked torsion quote i am ready for further orders gee i wonder if she's working for torsion is working for putin seems complicated i can't quite solve it yes that's what she's been charged the emails are super obvious i waiting for further orders is not complicated all right miss tina's twenty six russian and the first one arrested to face charges related to interference in the presidential election there to relevant parts of that one is sometimes problems will say this is which on nobody's been charged twenty six rushes have been charged let alone manafort flynn popadopoulos and the list goes on and on and several of those people have already pled guilty gates and other guy pled guilty and those are all americans all worked with donald trump i'm sure it's all a coincidence and then secondly well this is the one we got oh so the others are in russia including the twelve russian intelligence officers that were recently charged but ryobi tina is in our custody i don't know if she's going to flip if she's going to cooperate or that endangers her life i i don't know i do know that she's in prison now so interesting and we have all information her home was raided in back in april and they collected that information back then we're finding out about it now in one email the american said and this is the american collaborator working with the russian agent said he had given tina a math for how to proceed quote i in your friends in america can't make it any easier for you than that the political operative road can't wait to find out who that operative is that's an american saying we we have made it as simplest possible for the russians and giving you a road map for how to influence politics is that a democratic operative it doesn't look like it but if it is will report it to you guys it appears to be a republican operative we'll find out soon enough fascinating the russians thought the republicans they'll be easy okay we're not done yet miss tino viewed the nra as a powerful force for shifting republican policies court records show she described the group as quote the largest sponsor of the elections to the us congress and as a sponsor of the conservative political action conference then ra is not named court records but it's ties miss tina and miss mr torsion have been previously reported let's see a little bit more details about that though the american operative is not identified new york times as previously reported miss tina developed a close relationship with paul erickson an nra member and longtime conservative activists who was part of the effort to arrange a meeting between mr putin and mr trump miss tina has publicly described hosting mr eriksson at an event in moscow mr eriksson and his lawyer did not respond to messages seeking comment he's not identified in court records and has not been charged so i'm telling you what the new york times reporting there and like now said three or four times don't worry we'll get to find out soon who they are because the government has them the special counsel has their names has all the documents so and you see ra out there profusely denying this stuff too much because he did it but we'll find out soon enough and sometimes as always with the nra and republicans serves they do projection they'll say oh the democrats they're not patriotic there unamerican meanwhile it looks like they might have been working with.
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"I couldn't even should improve all but i played you that not just because it's funny but because again he gets them to reveal themselves now i'm not a comedian i'm certainly not would i don't do anything was leisure baron cohen this i wouldn't take them my parents in front around ball and so i get it if you're mad about it cetera but look at what ron paul sent he walked out but he said he's queer as crazy and then my favorite line of all time he put a hit on me thank you and he hit on but at least we get to find out what you think of that situation and you can say hey look ben it's not cool he gets the walkout i hear you on that but it does give you a sense of ron paul is as well can't wait this show is going to be called who is america karen do i want to be checking it out okay so quick break you guys i told you we just started with some fun and that was amazing sometimes say amazed balls well i guess that would fit in that kiss or anyways when we come back we'll get back to serious stuff we've got to spy we actually got one she was here in america she has been arrested the over two dozen russians that have been indicted she's the only one that we actually caught and wait till you see all the people she's been associating with including a story that we broke at typ earlier today trt investigates did about one particular congressman but the nra stuff is amazing the national prayer breakfast amazing we'll tell you all about that when we come all right back in young turks some great comments on youtube super chat jim lawrence rice in responsible gun owners that's what they always say they look like responsible gun owners to you great point jet fiftythree writes in on twitter using hashtag it it live find it funny that republicans are outraged that isis and other terrorists have child soldiers but yet they wanna do the same exact thing here in america bingo perfect exactly right and that's exactly what sasha baron cohen exposes and one last one ten in kosovo writes on twitter they haven't developed a conscious yet putting philip van cleave he said we talking about kids here or nra apologists so excellent question now speaking of that there is really interesting news about the nra let's go over here okay so we finally got a russian agent inside the united states and she has been arrested so in fact eighties and gentlemen we got him got her so let me tell you all about it is for new york times story she has been brought up on charges for interfering in our elections and in trying to woo republicans both politicians and groups to work with the russians fascinating it's interesting how they chose the target the right wing and how they thought they'd be for more sympathetic to russia in the thornberry leader turns out to be a correct assumption so new york times explain it russia woman who tried to broker a secret meeting between donald j trump and the russian president of lot of putin during the twenty sixteen presidential campaign was charged monday and qs the working with american's to carry it a carry out a secret russian effort to influence american politics now the most important and interesting part of that is working with american's fascinating who were those americans that has not yet been revealed but it will be and we have some excellent clues here so let's continue at the behest of senior russian government official the woman maria boutin ah made the connections through the national rifle association religious organizations and the national prayer breakfast try to steer the republican party toward more pro russia policies court records show look at that and the traders at the nra in the national prayer breakfast we're like oh the russians would like to work with us great to undermine our democracy look we'll find out the contras of it when all is revealed they already have their information they already charged her so only a matter of time before it all comes out in the court records we'll find out to what degree the nra were traitors to.
"policy court" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"And policy issues that impact you coming up wednesday morning american federation of teachers president randi weingarten discusses policy under education secretary betsy devos and the role of teacher unions and centennial institute director geoff hunt talks about the state of conservatism and the upcoming western conservative summit then migration policy institute sarah peers on current us policy courts immigrant children who entered the united states from the border the sure to watch c span's washington journal live at seven eastern wednesday morning join the discussion at a forum hosted by new america a panel examined changes in counterterrorism strategies from the obama to the trump administration's we hear first from the moderator shimla chaudhry everyone welcomes welcome nice to see you today on this hopefully non rainy sunny day i'm iowa chowdhry i'm a senior south asia fellow here at new america i've been a fellow for let's see since two thousand eleven since i left the government i when i started here right before that i was an se director for afghanistan pakistan so worked quite a bit on some of these issues we're going to talk about today specifically on the case of of pakistan and now i'm also senior adviser at johns hopkins ice and it's such a great opportunity to have this conversation today with my colleagues some of whom were previously in government and i can assure you we all look much more rested and youthful now than we did when we were in at the white house and stephen who just finished a book looks great for having written tremendous and you brought the book right we need to feeds accessories sold separately yes so we have a combination of the academic perspective today and the practitioners perspective and will afford your questions the question will we wanna look at today are how have the terrorism strikes of the us government changed under the trump administration so the the discussion is going to be a combination of what was the policy and framework as defined by the obama administration what are the lessons we learned from that and hopefully we can take that and then have a conversation about what is the trump administration administration actually doing how you define what they're doing because a lot of.
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"Imports of have put your factory at a business it's not so easy to just transition i it's not so easy go get educated in the states you don't have healthcare so you're likely to to stain whatever job you've got that provides your family whatever you know income you can derive you you're you're you might be in community were sixty percent of your neighbors of lost their jobs so everybody houses are worth less than the own the bank you can't sell your house or something move to arizona to go become you know an installer of solar panels even though that's supposedly growing there this stuff's really messy but that doesn't have much to do with china there is a china issue there all sorts of china issues in terms of you know too much steel being dumped on global markets stealing intellectual property these things that have to be dealt with but they're but alternately the societies that we live in half to be good at taking the benefits of trade and overwhelmingly the benefits in the aggregate are still there in distributing them better they need to understand them however because the vote made the point that trump got in and brexit happened because so many people were unaware of what they will think having to think about whether voting about many people said the you know the the brexit campaign was full of lies with people still carried away all you believe the people who set up these institutions the opinion union native this just naturally seem that won't say on the sinking full them we didn't need to be told how good we had it definitely a problem with the serve technocratic expertise driven mindset of governance i mean especially in the eu and people who in fact do understand what the european union up to feel like they're leaders are far away there's an accountability problem and i mean that's something that that has to be addressed this idea that we're just gonna run monetary policy labor policy courting to strict formulas without actually look i mean i mean you look at a situation like greece you know where half the country's on employed.
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"Lack courts are neutral umpires they're not the final word and every just because congress or the dispute over policy court she gets to decide that question of course that's ridiculous do you think that some of our district court judges and by the way this would this would apply president obama got here with a couple of nationwide injunctions this is bipartisan that they liked the limelight do you think they like being the center of attention you know it's hard to know sometimes i think just simply sampling wanna teach president trump lessons to micromanage his business and make sure they have discovering losses than i can cry into everything that was done they want us is speeches and the campaign as having something to do with an order this written before them they should case the lawfulness of that order not once the president said last that's before last campaign we got a hundred and fortysix judicial vacancies and only fifty four nominees we got five vacancies on the ninth circuit court of appeals that's the circuit that i used to work in eighteen district court judges open in the ninth circuit that's because dianne feinstein as a committee that is approving in not approving judge what where did that come from that's unconstitutional can be well we need to move on these circuit god yes and but traditionally senators for district judges play a big role but you're correct we've got twelve circuit judges and fire which is more than almost any prejudice has had but there are nominations for you know we've got a hundred like you said a hundred and forty some odd let's let's talk about those eighteen district judges in the ninth circuit why all we have our democrat senators on the west coast that means every democrat every district court judge you're going to be a democrat judge and that's not in the constitution that's simply wrong can you go back to your friends in the senate and say we have to rethink this because we're going to condemn parts of the country to.
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"Strongly for just put him put him in every once in a while party tie and see what he can do you know he's he's adrian peterson he needs to grind down a defense where you just accept that he's going to get one two yard carries for a while before the defense whereas down and then he starts gashing and getting these ten plus george runs so i don't i don't want to play either of these guys are i mean there's the henry truth is out there like i'm gonna party this is the weaken certainly not the marker murray i will play if i have to but once again i am adjusting my expectations yeah that's fair because the matter i benched him in our league of record yeah uh for joe mix in this week i i liked murray in the second half but the knee injury aim game the knee injury i'm concerned zelic revenge gave but it is just is there's they're they're just they're on that in a handwritten saying at the same time sunday all right well speaking of uh you you mentioned uh several minutes ago adrian peterson here i'll power forever those who was like 30 circuit over i'm pumpkin those breaks inner you remember when i said that you're from the brakes on adrian peterson your darn rana now you remember a minute ago when i said that this is going to be a controversial pump the brakes i i think i'm about to find out why food policy court i'm in a little with judge jia mahdi waves plaintiff sandy holloway as accusing the defendant jason more of reckless endangerment of fantasy football rosters.
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"The west wing and the state department in this west wing in addition to the national security council you have the addition of jared kushner whoever gave foreign policy court polio wide uh this is another example not you can pool of the office huge you your listeners know the for the secretary of state the piece of america abroad just the podium just be uh a public president can be a powerful tool persuasion and poor foreign policy laps because it is way a c no perhaps of because i he feels in the shadow of the west wing sugar tillerson has not been using nafta and there's a price to pay for that let let me play that the five i think i i think are setting that the standard for success price pruitt kelly pompeo and mattis had decades of experience also point out the last four republican secretary of state dr calories a rice general colin powell us craig james baker sector gerald scholtz before they became secretary of state i haven't added that my guest as they all had at least 25 years of german experience in washington dc and rex tillerson had done it is in many respects the most complicated building some people argue the pentagon because of the acquisition budget but the state department goes everywhere one of the they're they're both very complicated buildings and i think he's frozen and i don't think he last till labor day and i put the question the two great british journalists on saturday morning who's going to last longer theresa may rex tillerson and one tom rogan thought that may would last longer than the other nikki wolf thought that tillerson would last longer who do you think last lager mayor tillerson macke said versus i'm not he speculated about british politics i will say that this is a president you likes results and this is why the wave that this is unfolded has been quite surprising and i can see changes for sure are coming uh to the administration i don't know i don't have any reporting about how the president gilles about the state department but we saw in the campaign he is willing to make changes at the top and that's part of what keeps people in the west wing so on all the time i don't think he's going to change out priebus and and.
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"The state department in this west wing in addition to the national security council you have the addition of jared kushner whoever gave foreign policy court polio blunt this is another example of not you can call your office you you know put the sector steep the feet of america abroad just the podium just be a public president can be a powerful tool prickly and the core foreign policy that because it in a way you know perhaps because i deals in the shadow of the west wing sugar tillerson has not been using mad and build up point to pay for that what let me play the five i think i i think are setting that the standard for success price peru a cow kelly pump palin mattis had decades of experience also point out the last four republican secretary of state dr calories a rice general colin powell us craig james baker sector george shultz before they became secretary of state i haven't added up my guess is they all had at least 25 years of government experience in washington dc and rex tillerson had 9 it is in many respects the most complicated building some people cargill the pentagon because the aquisition budget but the state department goes everywhere one of that they're they're both very complicated buildings and i think he's frozen and i don't think he last two labor day and i put the question to great british journalists on saturday morning who's going to last longer theresa mayor rex tillerson and one tom rogan thought that may with last longer in the other nikki wolf thought that tillerson would last longer who do you think last lager mayor tillerson mm mected bertrand i've not qualified like about politics but i will say that this is the president you might result and this is why wouldn't that the dissident colder there's been a you and i can see changes prefer coming uh to the administration i don't know i don't have any reporting about how the president about the state department on the campaign he is willing to make changes with the pot and that part of what people in the west wing sauna all the time the i don't think he's going to change our priebus and bannon i've heard so much uh my reporting is that they are actually working together to try and right the com shipping get sean over to.
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"The new policy courting two department of homeland security will give a roadmap for airlines and airports a will lead to those bans being lifted neither official of from the department of homeland security who was quoted in this article man provided a time line for how long it will take the changes come after the tsa said that it's testing computed tomography in this is fascinating stuff if you ask me ct for short computed tomography and this is a type of scanning the test this out at a checkpoint at phoenix scar harbor international airport i'm in and out of there a lot of the technology is already used for screening checked luggage but the cost in the largest size of the ct scanners as held back their use for carryon bags what they're saying is these ct scanners did makes a three d image that can be rotated select you're looking in kenneth three dimensional space euro you can see not just like a flat image of an object but you can turn it around from every angle in see what it looks like so they can determine whether or not this is something of a threat and this is already being used thankfully four luggage that you check in the whole all when you put a suitcase in the in the baggage section the you take it to the counter and they put a tag on it goes with that goes through one of these computed tomography scanners and if they see something in their that look suspicious they can take it out opened up and have a look at american airlines which is participating in this test said the technology would allow passengers as to leave laptops liquids aerosols and their carry on bags and speed up the trip through the airport you know right now you can't take anything bigger than i think it's three point two allinces of any kind of liquids aerosol or jail in your carryon bag but eventually that may go the way of the dover sole that's happening now obvious you see it's a good thing that we're enhancing our security measures i think but it also means or at least it suggests that the bad guys are finding new ways to try to harm people now need aren't even have to be isis for that to happen here is a story out of san francisco the.
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"That alexandra hegg resigns over foreign policy courts sites no issues reagan named schultz june 26 1982 haguit threatened to resign again and again and again he got matter matter matter and he threatened to resign again in the brother okay fine i'll take it sia because that presidents run the government they run the foreign policy they got elected not the people that are appointed and this nonsense i it's really a pretty devastating piece by josh douse the eliana johnson and alec eisenstaedt and politico uh the frustration goes both ways i get that uh many of his proposed nominees have been rejected by these fatah's office of presidential personnel quitting elliot abrams it's too bad i like they'll abrahams but the president's in charge and and as a result the uh the standstill has crushed the ability to implement he's a believe lebron civil service uh and they're not bad people but when you when the eu wanted to nominate susan thornton is a career foreign service officer to be the assistant secretary in the bureau east asian and purpose vic affairs and the white house blew up to what are you crazy east asia and pacific affairs is north korea we what one of ours we want someone who believes in the policy of containment an an and roll back we need someone who understand china is non our friend they are a competitor and sometimes an adversary we need someone understand japan has got to be in the game like they are even more sell we need someone who can like admiral stavridis who understands the pacific rim who isn't a career we are bureaucrat god love the state department cia gotta have political running it people who understand the vision and get it that i am telling you right now i don't see rex tillerson when in this this is a big blockbuster peace the headline of the day go and read it at politico dot com it's vacated because you're a show.