23 Burst results for "Prem- Court"
"prem court" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"All right. Coming up. Just few moments. We have our digital life hacks. It's all about offload download stuff. So when you're sitting on a plane train automobile, this summer that you can still be entertained with whatever series that you want to binge-watch, while you're traveling, and we've been talking to day about his restaurants in California, and yell because internet platforms are shielded from legal liability over users post. I mean California's prem- court says that yelp does not need to take down any live less reviews. So dominate has pretty much taken it into his own hands to say that this is something that, you know, he's going to take advantage of and welcome to welcome back day go, thank you. Okay. So so you said give us fifty percent of any pizza hate us on yelp. And how did that work out for you? Doubled. My business became a celebrity chef. I am they, they write about me. They invite me now radio show like yours. Be doesn't sound that bad rifle. Divorced, chef on yelp. So I think that how thick that now don't you have a documentary, you've been working on to? Actually. Yes. Yep. He came out twenty of the last month on me. I was the premiere on definitely of course. The people, but this movie, and that's what I was opening their show to just remember people to watch them movie because they need to know what's going on everybody. I'm sure that people they don't know what we talk about what, what yelp does. How does it work can what audience reach and the movie's called billion dollar bully? And the name says everything is available on prime. I'm trying to buy and is very efficient. Say you know what I'm gonna I'm gonna watch your movie while I'm on my on the airplane to Italy. If you promise that, when I come to your restaurant someday in San Francisco that she'll make pizza Margherita..
"prem court" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"We have our digital life hacks. It's all about offload download stuff. So you're sitting on a plane train automobile, this summer that you can still be entertained with whatever series that you want to binge-watch, while you're traveling. And we've been talking to day about his restaurants in California, and yelp, because internet platforms are shielded from legal liability over users post. I mean California's prem- court says that yelp does not need to take down any liable reviews. So dominate has pretty much taken it into his own hands to say that this is something that, you know, he's going to take advantage of and welcome to welcome back Viday. Oh, thank you. Okay. So so you said give us fifty. Percent of any pizza hate us on yelp. And how did that work out for you? Business became a celebrity. Shifts. I am. They, they write about me. They invite radio show like yours. Doesn't sound that bad, right? Divorced. Chef on yelp. So I think that now don't you haven't documentary even working on onto? Actually. Yes. He came out twenty on me. I was premier. I'm definitely of course. People into movie. And that's what I was opening your show who would just remember people to watch them movie because they need to know what's going on everybody. I'm sure that people don't know what we talking about what, what does how does it work can what audience reach and movies called billion dollar Bouli and the name says everything valuable on crime. I'm. Rent it and watch it by just like and his. You know what I'm gonna I'm gonna watch your movie while I'm on my on the airplane to Italy. If you promise that, when I come to your restaurant someday in San Francisco, that you'll make pizza Margherita..
"prem court" Discussed on WTVN
"The Senate is the jury the chief Justice at a soup prem- court is the judge. And the Senate passes judgment on whether or not the president is guilty. So the president his lawyers go in there. Call witnesses. Mr president. We call James Komei to stand Mr President. We called Peter Struck stroke, smirking, his paramour, Lisa page to this. You think these people want any part of that? Testifying under oath in an impeachment hearing about the texts. They sent to each other back and forth. Komi wants to have to explain various misstatements of facts, prevarications, before various committees in congress. The fact that the president gets the mount a defense. Some semblance of one is one of the reasons why there isn't a big, big taste for impeachment outside of these maniacal. Democrats. But if Trump is trying to engineer being impeached in Pelosi has, she's tried to tell her people look, the worst they can happen is that we impeach the guy and he's found not guilty. That's the word especially before the election. That'd be the worst thing that can happen to us. Because we know the guy's guilty. I want him going to prison. We can't put him in prison, if we impeach him even if he's found guilty that has to happen. After he leaves office criminal Justice system. So anyway, I still even if that's the objective, I, I, I don't understand doing Stephanopoulos. I don't understand bring into New York Times in, in this. In this period. There ought to be an understanding that the media can't be converted to friendly to supportive that they're nothing. But oppertunistic if you give them the opportunity to come in and destroy. They're gonna take it, here's here's Maggie in, in orient Ohio, welcome. You're next on the network. Hello. I'm going to get the point. I just wanna say picking up on what you just spoke about with Komi and page and struck and, and Brennan and Clapper, you know, they're either dirty cops and in, they're the ones who need to be on. They're the ones who possibly made to go to jail. That's why I say about that. I'll, I'll get right to the point nearly said to be concise and get to the point. So the reason I'm calling is. I think that Biden is, I think that question that there were seven as Trump had a lot to do with Biden and his son. I think it had to do with what's been going on in the Ukraine. The information surfacing about Ukraine the information surfacing about their dealings in China. And I think it's, it's like they're running interference to try and protect Joe Biden, and his son, does that make sense. Yeah. I'm just trying to figure out how asking Trump about accepting information from a foreign government runs cover for Biden and his kid. Governments would be Ukraine. We're they were they were investigating. Biden, had somebody fired over there. And the other thing was CHAI China and possibly formation. They have on him and his son there as well. Right. But I, I know that. But the drive by media isn't covering it. They're not going to cover it. I don't know how Stephanopoulos asking about it and Trump's answer helps further the pursuit of that case against Biden. Not if more information comes out from those countries and, and Trump Trump is good information from them. Wouldn't that be what had lots of do with the question that George Stephanopoulos, asking? I'm still trying to get on. Get on. I'm trying to get the connection Trump is, as my Stephanopoulos, if you get information foreign governments. Yeah, it's fine. I'll take it. And you think that means that if the child calms the Ukrainians offered dirt on Biden's kid that we now have to accept it. And that's how the media will have to report it. Well, I don't know if he has to accept it. But if there's something there, then that could be possible to possible dirt that they're trying to run interference. You know, run interference on to try and keep him from finding out anything more if there's if there is anything more about Joe Biden and his son. Well, let me let me try there already is information that Joe Biden funneled the using his position, vice president funneled Chinese government agency in doing business with his kid who didn't know Jack about the business. He was in for a big big one time payment. It was obviously a play made on the basis of the vice president, having the power to make the deal for the benefit of kid. It's widely known that it's not going to be pursued. He's a democrat. It's not going to be pursued the media's not gonna talk about you're only going to read about that by John Solomon or Sarah Carter. You're only going to hear about it on Hannity until you're not going to see this anywhere. The drive bys aren't going to cover. It Stephanopoulos is not worried about it. That's not even in his mind when he's asking Trump about they're trying to entrap Trump. All they're trying to do is get rid of Donald Trump. They are not worried about one thing happening to Joe Biden. They're not worried about one thing happening Hillary Clinton. They're not worried about one matter of truth ever coming out about these people. I'm gonna tell you is this, this keeps going. I mentioned last week we're in a race with the people who ran this Coon to try to overturn the election results. Bar endurable are in a race to try to get to the finish line first. And they better pick up the pace this this stuff. Just keeps piling up every day keeps happening every day meet. Well, we need some names named it's about time that we know enough already to know what the FBI did we know who the bad actors were we know how the game was run. We know how was rigged against Trump. We know he was spied on their collecting data. They're doing their investigation. These things take months. We don't have months on this. When when we're talking about the court of public opinion. And public opinion is being established informed each and every day with stories like stories like this, but I look, I don't mean Maggie to depress you but. Don't make any bets on seeing the Joe Biden and his kids story and funny money from China ever in the New York Times. I do not just like just like crazy. Bernie would not condemn Hillary's emails when he had a golden opportunity at a debate, he wouldn't do it, they're not going to do. I don't think there's one because they're none of them are cleaning the wind-driven snow if one of them starts ragging on Biden, and the deal he did for his kid Biden's going to unload, what he knows about the resin, none of them are clean. They've all got scheduled their politicians for crying out loud. They've all politicians in their skeletons in their closet. They all made shady deal somewhere. They've all got more money than they should have based on their government salaries. They've all used the position the power their position grants them to grease skids, for family members and friends. It's the way of the world. That's another thing Trump represents upsetting. That's one of the reasons you wanna club to be able to take care yours in your own way. You. If you've got a bunch of kids, that are, that are absolute retro bait losers. You can make sure at least they're going to have enough money to be losers and not have to earn their own living in life. If you have the right connections. And the hill getting into college crew that step just get some foreign government to hire them to do something never gonna do pay two million dollars invested wisely. And you don't have to worry about the reprobate kid anymore. Membership in the Washington establishment has a lot of perks and a lot of benefits, but only if the establishments up and running, and in charge of things. To the people in the drive by media, and in Washington DC, the deal made between Joe Biden is kid is one of love and compassion, and something any parent would do for a child, and as far as they're concerned Maggie, there, isn't any crime. There's no impropriety, there's no conspiracy, and this is what you get to do when you rise to certain heights power. This is how you get to use it. This is what you get to do. This is why he wants to be in the Washington click, not gonna turn on Biden and his kid specially with one of Joe son's sti- not gonna do. Joel just loves kids. And besides that the thing benefited the Chinese and kept him from new knish in a kept from getting mad at us. Joe struck a great deal. So what if his kid benefited somebody tell me Chelsea Clinton had six hundred grand from NBC for showing up never, ever been on TV? It's how the world works there. But yeah, in the alternative media, you're reading about the scandal with Biden, not just in the comes in Ukraine as well. Meanwhile, you see, here's Manafort, going to jail for the rest of his life. You're scratching what the hell four one over here, Biden's, basically do all that, and more and his running for vice president with that on the resume his qualified to deal with other nations, look at his experience, and helping Greece, the skins for his kid in Ukraine. What, what do you don't need to know the details, just Joe have the smart support off the guy knows how to work with our friends, and with our okay? Good. Meanwhile, here's Trump August. Yes. Some reprobate. Norway calls me. Listen to oh my God. This guy this guy is an existential threat. This guy is scum. His gotta go. We can't have this guy at our club. We added. And it does boil to why the hell was he talking to them? Well, he wanted to show Stephanopoulos. The new paint job fair force one free. Proud of that. Which it does look good. I have. What needs.
"prem court" Discussed on KTRH
"The one thing that everybody forgets about impeachment is that there's a trial. And the and I'm not talking about nimrods that don't know how impeachment works. I know a bunch of Democrats think that if Trump is impeached, in a house that, that makes Hillary president, you can laugh, you can cry, but do not doubt that there are lots of our fellow citizens who think that's what would happen, but it isn't there would be trial in the Senate. The house would file its articles of impeachment. That would be the indictments. Why Trump has committed high crimes and misdemeanors? And its political could be anything he colluded. They, they can allege anything, then the house would assign members to manage each of the indictments, those are called house managers. They are the prosecutors and pencil neck would be able to bring the bring the case on Russian collusion, if they wanted to charge that, whatever it is. You have one member of congress be democrat. That would present the case. Now, the president is not just in there as a sitting duck. The president gets the mount a defense. The Senate is the jury the chief Justice at a soup prem- court is the judge. And the Senate passes judgment on whether or not the president is guilty. So the president his lawyers go in there. Call witnesses. Mr president. We call James Komei this man. Mr President, we called Peter Struck strokes Merck and his paramour Lisa page to the stand. You think these people want any part of that testifying under oath in an impeachment hearing about the texts? They sent to each other back and forth. Komi wants to have to explain various misstatements facts prevarications before various committees in congress. The fact that the president gets the mount a defense. Some semblance of one is one of the reasons why there isn't a big, big taste for impeachment outside of these maniacal. Democrats. But if Trump is trying to engineer being impeached in Pelosi has, she's tried to tell her people look, the worst they can happen is that we impeach the guy and he's found not guilty. That's the word especially before the election. That'd be the worst thing that can happen to us. Because we know the guy's guilty. I want him going to prison. We can't put him in prison, if we impeach him even if he's found guilty that has to happen. After he leaves office criminal Justice system. So anyway, I still even if that's the objective, I, I, I don't understand doing Stephanopoulos. I don't understand bringing the New York Times in, in this. In this period. There ought to be an understanding that the media can't be converted to friendly to supportive that they're nothing. But offer Tunas. And if you give them the opportunity to come in and destroy. They're gonna take it, here's here's Maggie in, in orient Ohio, welcome. You're next on the network. Hello. I'm going to get to the point. I just wanna say picking up on what you just spoke about with Komi and, hey, DJ and struck and, and Brennan and Clapper, you know, me dirty cops, and they're the ones you need to be looked in on, they're the ones who need to go to jail. That's say about that. I'll, I'll get right to the point nearly said to be concise and get to the point. So the reason I'm calling is. I think that Biden is, I think that question that was asked Trump had a lot to do with Biden and his son, I think it had to do with what's been going on in the Ukraine. The information surfacing about Ukraine. The information surfacing about their dealings in China. And I think it's, it's like they're running interference to try and protect Joe Biden, and his son is that makes sense. Yeah, I'm just trying to figure out how asking Trump about accepting information from a foreign governments runs cover for Biden and his kid. Would be the crane. We're they were they were investigating. Biden, had somebody fired over there. And the other thing was CHAI China and possibly formation. They have on him and his son there as well. Right..
"prem court" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Nice music on the bumper nicely. John nicely done. We're going to get back into the discussion here on what the authority is really of a police officer. See somebody with a gun before we do though, kind of a special guest here in the studio. You hear me do the commercials for karnal tattoo ink. Again, they're my neighbors are right next door. Wonderful group of people, and I'm damn proud pretty much got a full sleeve here at my right arm. Now that those folks did for me got the second amendment, of course. And what's patriotic stuff on there? And I love it. But my very special guest here is, is actually, the person in charge, I think, criminal tattoo ink, which is L, French and ill. Welcome to the gun show. L. How how old are you? Okay. And how, how do you know these people that run Carmel tattoo ink? You don't know. Your mom and dad. They're not. They kidnap you at birth. Oh, come on. Yeah. There your mom and dad. And in fact, your dad, actually did the second amendment right here in my arm, right? There were says the entire second amend the right of the people to keep in bear arms shall not be infringed, right there. Your dad actually did that for me. Did you know that? Well, the French whole family I had him in the shell and L all came down just to sit in on the gun guy show, but L, thank you for being here and I'm glad you got to talk on the radio a little bit. What a great family just really beautiful people. And I'm really pleased that they're my neighbors. It's been great to know him really thankful for the Artemije arm to get a lot of pleasure out of it every day. But let's get back into the discussion which is police officers. See someone carrying a gun now in Indiana carrying a handgun without a license is a crime. In Pennsylvania, where this decision was just handed down. Again this came down yesterday. In pennsylvania. This is the case of Commonwealth of Pennsylvania versus Hicks. Out of the supreme court cited may thirty first yesterday. In Pennsylvania, it's a crime to carry a handgun without a license. All right. So. Let's talk Indiana since that's where we are here at the gun die show. What happens? What's the thority? What are the constitutional restrictions on a police officer? See somebody carrying a gun. You're open carrying in your handgun which could lawfully do with a license. The this comes back to fourth amendment principles really that, that are largely determined largely controlled by nineteen. Sixty eight case this is Terry versus Ohio out of the US court. And in the Terry kicks, there was a guy walking back and forth on the sidewalk in front of a jewelry store. I believe it was. And it's late at night. And he keeps passing front of this jewelry store and a compass, watching him and the Cup just got the feeling someone run. Just seemed like this guy was probably case in this jewelry store, everything about the situation told the police officer that the words of the supreme court that was criminal activity afoot. Literally, the language out of the decision criminal activity, afoot. Well. The officer in Terry view, high on that case stopped Mr. Terry, and he started asking him questions about what he was doing why he was on the street. Why walking back and forth repeatedly in front of this jewelry store at an odd time of day or not. And once he detained him to ask him those questions, he did a quick Pat down of Mr. Terry determine if he had any weapons that was for the officer safety, while he detained him briefly to ask him some questions about whether he was engaged in criminal activity. And it was Terry veal. Hi. Oh, that said, you know what? A police officer doesn't have to have probable cause to believe that a crime's been committed. To just briefly detain someone based on a reasonable suspicion of criminal activity. Now's the terminology reasonable in a lot of times you hear this expressed as reasonable articulate suspicion. That means an officer can articulate a reasonable suspicion of criminal activity. In the spring, or the United States says, well, if you have a reasonable suspicion of, of criminal activity, you can detain someone briefly to see if they're actually involved in that criminal activity. And as part of that stop or detention, you can Pat them down just quickly their outer clothing to see if they have any in the available weapons that pose a danger fleece officer. That's what we call a stop and frisk, you hear the term stop and frisk. It's where it comes from. In fact, a lot of times you hear the term Terry stop. Police officers talk in those terms all the time, it was a Terry. Stop. What's Terry stop? Well, you have a reasonable suspicion of criminal activity can detain someone could ask them questions. And you can Pat him down. Now gives motto full blown search. You don't having them take off articles of clothing. Reaching inside their clothing, not reaching necessarily in their, their inner clothing. If in the situation, I had a code on, if I remember correctly. And so it's, it's a stop and frisk Terry stuff. And that's okay. But it's only okay if you have that reasonable suspicion of criminal activity. So the question then comes back on this situation where there's a person just walking down the road with a gun. Anything else? They're just carrying a gun. The debate that raged for a long time here in Indiana and until yesterday and Pennsylvania was we'll sure on one side. The argument was, of course, you have reasonable suspicion of criminal activity with somebody carrying a gun because until they produce a license. The says it's legal for them to be carrying that gun. You recently. I have a suspicion that they're carrying a gun without a license gotta have the license to get over that suspicion so you can stop them and go, excuse me. I'm gonna have to see your license for you carrying that gun and you can do that, because you have that reasonable suspicion of criminal activity until you see their license. The other side is hold on. Law abiding citizens carry guns to people with licenses to carry them carry guns, an officer just seeing someone in possession of a gun has no reason to believe any particular person doesn't have a license. They have no reason to believe a person is a felon. Well, unless they do let's say it's a small town. Police officer knows that person. They know they have three felony convictions and couldn't get a licensed carry hand. All right now, you got something more. So we're talking only about observation of somebody carrying a gun. Nothing more song, not situation with officer knows that person. They have some reason to believe they don't actually have a license. You stop them detain them. To determine where they have a licensor. Well supreme court of Pennsylvania came out yesterday. And this is. Over a year. After the Indiana supreme court said exactly the same thing in our case, you look at the Indiana case, it's Pinner v. State Indiana supreme court. In the Indiana prem- court. Exactly like the Pennsylvania supreme court. In fact, the Pennsylvania court sites refers to our Pinner case as support as thority for its decision. The came out yesterday. In what they said is now without something more without some basis to believe that someone is engaged in criminal activity other than there, mere possession of gun, there is no. Again, this is the requirement reasonable suspicion of criminal activity simply based on the possession of a gun, and just like the Indiana supreme court did last year. The pitcher case Pennsylvania court said the same things that hold on. We've said for decades that cops can't pull over cars just to determine if the driver has a driver's license driving a car without a driver's licenses crime. And until police officer seize your driver's license, doesn't he have for she have a reasonable suspicion that you're driving a car without a driver's license until they see your license argument for detaining detaining someone who's carrying a gun. I don't know if you have a license to tell you, so your license. So, of course, I have a reasonable suspicion now the. Swing court of Florida, Indiana and other places have said for decades, you can't just indiscriminately pull over drivers to make sure they have a driver's license. And there's nothing different about detaining someone. Who's carrying a gun and what's beautiful about this decision? If you care about your second amendment rights, obviously, I do since I now have it on my four. Care about your second amendment rights with cool. About this decision is it's, it's courts saying here in Indiana just yesterday in Pennsylvania. It's court saying hold on. Police officers law abiding citizens carry guns to good people carry guns, too. People who simply want to exercise their constitutional rights and are in all respects following the law carry guns, too. And simply seeing someone in possession of a gun in no way along apps. Some additional facts, the mere possession of a gun does not create that basis for a reasonable suspicion of criminal activity. And, you know, not always at the right rule of law. Not only is that a good ruling not only does that protect both fourth amendment second amendment rights here in Indiana. Just like it doesn't Pennsylvania now after this Hicks ruling yesterday. But at such an endorsement of what we've been saying, for decades, a second amendment proponents people in value. Our constitutional rights, don't treat me like a criminal just because I'm carrying gone. That's what this decision says the king the king. Not, not without something more now getting to in the morning, I'm walking back and forth in front of a liquor store. All right. That may be something more, but simply in public carry a handgun, not, not enough. And that's that's awesome. It's an endorsement of our constitutional freedoms under both second amendment and the fourth amendment. That's why it's an important decision. It's great to see it come out of Pennsylvania. But what I love about it is I got to look at this opinion, which my friend Mani actually sent to me today I hadn't seen it just came out yesterday. Like I've said several times, but my buddy Monty on Facebook Senate to me, I haven't seen it but what I loved about, as I got to look at that and go, we already have that ruling in Indiana. We beat them to it. It's a good thing. We ought to be proud of it got a lot of good things going on here in Indiana both in the courts and in the general assembly getting a little bit of that. And we're going to extend the conversation by the way of interaction between police and law enforcement really looking forward to going to Howard county on Monday and Tuesday. Interact with pops up there on gun laws talk a little bit more about interaction between police officers, and people with guns including issue of traffic stop. Which is V most common question I get I think here on the gun guy show and people who just call my office, asking questions. It's what are your rights and obligations whether it's a police officers authority during a traffic stop going to get into that a little bit here. When we come back little eight past the bottom. They the getting into this break will be back here and just a bit this guy real on the guy show on ninety three two. It's all those time to welcome back.
"prem court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You hear on WNYC. That's why you're listening right now. So are thousands of others people who would learn about your business on our air. Learn more about corporate sponsorship at WNYC dot org slash sponsor on the next fresh air near times prem- court, correspondent, Adam lip Lipton. Tax about the court's direction on abortion, the role, the court might play in challenges to President Trump. And how the court is changing with Trump's to appointees justices Gorsuch, and Cavanaugh..
"prem court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Near times prem- court correspondent Adam Lipton tax about the court's direction on abortion, the role of the court might play in challenges to President Trump. And how the court is changing with Trump's to appointees justices, of course. Such and Cavanaugh. Join us. Weekdays at two on ninety three point nine. FM. WNYC. Welcome back to all of it. I'm meet the best sue in for Alison Stewart. It's twenty nineteen. And for some reason, many people still have a really hard time talking about periods. You know that time of the month the crimson tide shark week moon 'time, there are so many codewords just avoid saying it, but our next guests don't need those code words. In fact, they're trying to end period stigma one podcast episode at a time this year. NPR launched a student podcast competition, challenging students with the help of a teacher to create their own podcast about whatever they want and a group of eighth grade girls. At Bronx prep middle school decided that what they really wanted to talk about where periods, especially since it seemed like most students, and even many teachers felt nervous coming near the subject. So let's take a listen to part of the podcast that they made with the help of their teacher, Chautauqua hawk. It's called parents women us about five thousand. Cold words, talk about periods in one hundred ninety countries still, many parents feel comfortable discussing periods in their own languages because older generations, feel self conscious about the menstrual cycle, and always on my aunt's house, in my aunt, was like our mistake, and I was like, no. And then she looked at my high area, and she's when are you sick and I was like, oh, yeah. Like she couldn't say the word on ministration because we do have a word for that Spanish, but she couldn't even use it as confused because is not right. Because she should be able to just say menstruation is not a bad thing or is not supposed to Shane NPR named sh- periods. The first place winner in the middle school category. And the girls have received an outpouring of support from people saying they appreciate how they got real about bleeding through your clothes, the embarrassment of asking for a tampon during. Class the unfair pink tax on feminine. Hygiene products, and the work that should be done to end the stigma around periods. So here to tell us more about it or Bronx prep students Kathleen Restituto, res L Febres and along with their teacher, chateau's hawk high. All of you. Welcome to WNYC. Thanks for joining us by phone. There's so many of us, I'm going to call you at one time. But if anyone wants to talk to say your name, I in jump in. Kathleen, why don't you start? How did your group come up with the idea for this podcast? Why did you wanna talk about periods? Well, I see we're gonna do this. I going to do this topic. We were going to talk about two different things, but then one day race came in and she had a story her lithium about how I made a big deal about it had when you were all fuming, and we were talking about different stories that we had where we. And them just like. A good topic because we can all talk about it and it's like we unders have blue around it. And then we just have going with that, so res L this was based on experience. You had not with another student, but with a teacher. Really? In the middle of class. And what, what exactly happened? Well, we kind of needed of had like, in the middle of one of my periods. And I looked over to my best friend, and I was like, can I like passing a signal her life with her, and I guess it's just passing milk or something? And then when she finally saw. Oh has it? But then the way she passed it like the whole classes, and then all the boys are just like making faces and calling me names. And then when I finally got up to actually go use the bathroom in the past. It was like one of the most awkward experiences, I had so shit toss hockey or their teacher. What did you think of the idea for this podcast? When your students approached you with it. The other way around because they were talking about what happened in class, and they were so animated and so worked up and then just because I resonate with that having been in their physician. So I after two months of brainstorming, I said, why don't we talk about that, but that's how we ended up talking about period. And, and so what kind of advice, did you give to them when they first started working on this project and wanting to turn it into a podcast? Well, I think we have to Google, what was the podcast who had to start with sure starting to. Podcast. We went through a lot of interruptions, recording editing. We had never used audacity before we were editing up to be wedding date that we could have submitted, which was March thirtieth and Kathleen, and I were staying late after school. And we're like what does this aero- do we don't know? Is it so loud. And then as we were submitting got the girls together, and we did a huddle and I said, you know, I don't want you to get this appointed if we don't win, we're up against a lot and we are clearly the underdogs. And then obviously that was not true. So raise L. How did you decide that you wanted to, and we're willing to share some very personal period stories in this podcast and sort of mix it with some research? It was kind of like something that we wanted to shed light about. And then it was there was a big idea with, because it wasn't something that expected, people like school, Ed affected our community because. Where we live. It's like we have a high rate of poverty, and stuff. So we kind of wanted like to shed by that. This is a real problem, and it's something that we wanted to change. You're talking about your neighborhood in the Bronx. Yeah. So tell me Kathleen, maybe you can talk about this. But what was something that you were initially embarrassed to talk about on the podcast? And do you still feel a little bit embarrassed after you shared it or no? Well. Topic because like my face. Really interesting. I got it in the middle of the day, we're walking to. It was on a Friday. And I listen, we had a male teacher with us. I know just like one of it was one of the most engaging strange. I went down to the. She asked me. Oh, this is your first date. I'm just like yeah. And like it was an entire thing. And so, I was like I wasn't I wasn't willing at first to tear it because I thought it would be embarrassing like my first period. But like after talking was them I pay more open to it. And now I'm just like an object like, oh I have my period. That's fine. What do you think change for you? Why is it not embarrassing anymore? I think because you talk about it. I knew that other people are going through the same thing. I was I I, I thought, oh, I'm alone. Nobody's going nobody's gonna know what I'm going to, but we're all going through the thing or like similar things. So we don't have to be afraid to talk about it. When everybody knows what knows what's going on. We just don't say it result ask you this one. What does marshmallow mean? What does that word mean at your center? So my fellow is kind of not kind of it is the code word that was used here at our school. If you go to administation, the main office, you would have to ask for wanted a pad, but that actually has changed, like, now we can just open say, Pat, we hold on, so was official policy. That was like a school policy. Don't say pad. You have to say marshmallow. Policy. I think because also the administration, it was kind of an unspoken rule that if you went into the main office, that's just what you have to say. But since the podcasts, we've also been receiving, and it will of mental products so basically holding or pets and tampons and what have you talked to me. And, and I'm like, yeah, great. Let's hand out some heads. There's no hiding. Yeah. And it's not just eight goals on the podcast. It's the other female teachers other girls from other grades. Even the boys are instead of being close out by it or saying like you nasty. Now, they'll stand up for the girls and say, like no it's not gross. It's an actual, why would it be gross? And they get all worked up to Kathleen, let me ask you this, you, you don't just tell your own stories in the podcast. You also include some research that you've done important facts about the pink tax and the number of code words. Marshmallow that women around the world use to refer to everything relating to periods. Tell me a little bit about what sort of research you did before putting the podcast together and why you decided it was important to include a lot of those facts along with all of your personal stories. Well, like personal important, but also like we have to we wanted to figure out like how many on how many people are being affected by the thing that we're talking about, like paint, who wants to be able to be like a verifiable sort. It's not just the source of what we went through. We want to see what other people went through and how they went through it. So we decided that we need. So we went on the computer that we said that we need to find some specifics, we kind of just pushed him up and try to find, like, good sources that were trustworthy, so that we could give anybody good information, res L. I'm curious within your own friend group, is it that you would ever talk about your period, with your friends, but do it quietly, or was this podcast, sort of the first opportunity, you will have to be really honest with each other about these stories. I mean, it's kind of a difficult question, because we don't really mind talking about it. But it does wasn't someone that just wasn't like a not normal. But is was it a frequent conversation? Once we got into the podcast is like we talk so much about. And now even sometimes if we're learning about things in class realize that can do with periods, and we'll start I couldn't make me period. So not just became a hobby. He became a hobby carries. It become your hobby to give me an example of that. What something that came up in the classroom when you were like, oh, that has to do with periods and the other day in history, relating about be productive rights, and they were talking about the birth control pill, and how like, and then they were like the teacher asks old anyone? No other has and actually raise my hand and mentioned that I spread can actually does hope like low with your period like cramps and stuff. And they're like, oh, they know that. So his kind of how we just keep talking about period. So yet, tell me tell me what it's been like for you. Now that you're back in school. And this podcast has been very widely circulated. How have other kids responded to it? Do you think it's sort changed the culture at all in your school? Yeah, I definitely did a lot of. Teachers I really supportive and the principles really supportive and then, like other funds weren't involved pot of us as a full as are always saying, they're part of us, and they're kind of, like they don't seem so like discuss it by periods anymore, but it's something like that. They always want to talk about, but they don't mind as much anymore. Gotta take baby steps, I guess that's better than before. Right. Yeah. Able to say, yeah. Go ahead. Now does. Oh, I'm like, I have cramps the comfort me instead of just like my move away. Right. Right. Right. Do you think there's other steps that your school could take to be more period? Friendly. Yeah. Like putting pads and tampons in the butting pageant tampons inside the bathroom. So we don't actually have to go to the nurse or his hawk where like administrations..
"prem court" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Free style conversationalist, a gift that OEMs, stead, apparently shared, traveling south and west by core. Steamboat and even mule in advance of the twenty. Sixteen primary season Horwitz wants to gauge what homestead cold the drift of things in America. What he hears at almost every restaurant bore plantation? House tour, and townhall meeting is an earful about big government gun rights, and the fallacy of climate change as well as discussed with handout, Democrats. He also here's uglier views like in Crockett, Texas, where white members of the moosehead lodge are convinced even against the word of the local sheriff, that a big gated property owned by a South Asian doctor is really a terrorist training camp. Horwitz leaves Crockett with his faith in the aluminum power of fact, shaken spying on the south is every bit as enlightening and alive with detail absurdity and colorful characters as confederates in the attic. Was that said, though? At a time when the American divide seems deeper and more entrenched, both book strike me as more somber than comic Horwitz tells us that he began his travels identifying with homesteads missionary spirit, believing that there was always room for dialogue and great value in having it if only to make it harder for Americans to demonize each other. Journey's end. However, the earnest Horwitz finds himself all talked out in a rainy central park. He tells us he walked from one end of homesteads, great park to another unaccustomed, -ly alone with my thoughts Maureen Corrigan teaches literature Georgetown University. She reviewed the new book spying on the south by Tony Horwitz. He died Monday at age sixty. Tomorrow on fresh air. My guest will be near at times prem- court, correspondent Adam. We'll talk about the court's direction on abortion the role. The court might play in congressional committee subpoenas that President Trump is resisting. And how the court is changing with Trump's appointees, Neal Gorsuch, and Brad Kavanagh join us. Fresh Air's executive producer is Danny Miller. I've taken the director and engineers are associated producer of digital media is Molly seavy nesper, Roberta shorrock directs the show anterior..
"prem court" Discussed on Z104
"And I wasn't gonna let them railroad me. And I was going to do whatever was in my power to make sure that people knew the truth that this doesn't happen anymore. Will Finally I guess I have to ask are you hopeful there is one appeal that didn't work. How are you feeling about this? I'm very hopeful the two people who appealed there's some things that happened in our trial that were not included in their appeal. One was the jury selection process, which we think was done illegally during the trial one of the defense attorneys noticed that there was a lack of African Americans called in for the jury pool. Now, the judge said it was fairly constituted. And that we were gonna move forward with the trial. But in may two thousand seventeen the Georgia supreme court actually ruled that Fulton County was improperly selecting their Jerry, we feel that. That's you know, that's pretty huge that you have the joy of the prem- court already ruled on it. Now, if didn't affect our case, they were actually talking about another taste, but we're we're very hopeful that that will be one of the issues taking into consideration. I think outside of the legal process public pressure is so important and it can. Really have an impact we see cases all the time that once they, you know, get recognition can be influenced. So we feel like the first time around the people who are on trial did not have their stories heard.
"prem court" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I'm sorry. Friends might be on the Cambridge. Or you might be on the bridge. You might be coming in from Maryland. But you're going, and you might be walking to work from somewhere in the district, which is a live and pulsing with renaissance that is really quite amazing, the beltway just grows and grows and grows and full of young people that dynamic place for the MVP the driven the artistic the young. It's a great place to do radio from and yesterday, we had a circus. Now, wasn't your normal circus circus in the Senate Judiciary committee and the ringmaster Lindsey Graham kept under control, but he does have to let the Democrats embarrass themselves. He does it's part of the rules. You've got to let the other side embarrass themselves and William bar is a lawyer's lawyer perhaps one of the four or five greatest lawyers in America. Couple of on the supreme court to three or four months. Prem- court. You've got Mike litigant as until recently, the general counsel Boeing now they've raised him to the position of senior counselor to system through the Boeing seven thirty seven maze and the disasters of the two crashes and let it out there is one of them. You've got a few academics. Who I just think are far above anyone else, including President Obama's former office and information regulatory affairs advisors now teaching at Harvard. So there there are lots of smart people. But you gotta let the not smart people talk to right. That's just the rules of the game. And I'm not gonna tell you on the bell curve. And I'll tell you on the on the right end of the curve when it comes to brain in the United States Senate that's Ted Cruz and Tom cotton and Josh Holly, and Ben Sasse, but on the left end of the curve, you're going to have to decide for yourself. Now, Sheldon Whitehouse is never gonna win the spelling bee and the got into it yesterday with William bar part of the circus. It was around attorney general bars. Really, one of the smartest lawyers in America was up there dealing with the parade of dumbness that came from the democratic side of the the diets and here he is Sheldon Whitehouse esteemed member from Rhode Island cut number nine. I have a minute. I just want to nail down you use the word spying about authorized DOJ investigative activities. Are you talking about my testimony has appropriated? Yes. In the entirety of your previous career in the department of Justice, including attorney general have you ever referred to authorized department investigative activities officially or publicly as spying on not asking for private conversation. I'm not going to have juror the use of the word spying. I think my first job was in CIA. I don't think the word spine has any pejorative connotation at all to. Question is always whether or not it's authorized an adequately predicated spying spying is a good English word that in fact doesn't have synonyms because it is the broadest word incorporating really all forms of covert intelligence collection. So I'm not going to back off the word spying, except I will say Pajaro, and I use it frequently as you've media media when did you decide to use? It was off the cuff in the hearing that day or did you go into that hearing intently newest off the cuff to tell you the truth. And when when when Senator Senator. Probably from shots from Hawaii. No. Whoever was go ahead. Yeah. When when when when he challenged me and said, you want to change your language, I was actually thinking like what's the issue? I I don't consider it a jar of. But rather, frankly, we went back and looked at press usage and up until all the the full outrage a couple of weeks ago, commonly used in the press to refer to authorize that kitty such as referred. Hartmut what it is not commonly used by the department. My time commonly used by may. Sheldon was was a little bit confused because the word Azure, threw him off. That means the solemnly renounce. Synonyms for abjure spy might not have Senate him because it's so broad, but abjured does renounce relinquish reject. Dispense with forgo. Foreswear disavow abandoned deny gainsay disclaim repudiate give up spurn abnegating wash my hands of drop do away with and that's what bar is not going to do with the term spying and then used foul, which you know, at that point, Sheldon Whitehouse ran away did the smart thing and ran away. Now, the most important part of the hearing that made William bar he wrote to the right in a villain to the left. And that's what's happened. Right. It's like that white dress blue dress dress blue dress thing center right looks at bar. And they say who raise someone the equal of Mike Pompeo at St John Bolton at the national security agency. We've. Got an attorney general who knows what they're doing and not afraid to do it on the left. They're afraid of him. He's villainy snively whiplash. She's a cartoon character. And that's because they don't understand what he's talking about. And they don't believe in the role law now William bar got to the heart of it. Talking about special counsel Muller has been his friend for a long time mainframe, disagree about stuff Muller wanted mood music. That's how Andrew McCarthy described Muller cinema letter, saying the mood music. Not right. Will you please? You three part of the report to get the mood music. Right. And Parr said, no, I'm going to release the whole report, and that's the whole deal. Ted Cruz just took them apart. I don't see Ted Cruz here. Ted Cruz gave a. Just a wonderful summary year. Here. Let me play Muller for bar. I this bar on the on the team cut number eleven. As Mr. mumber or his team. Change their conclusions. Even during during the course of the investigation. No today. It's clear at least, according to press reports excuse me, general that at one point the mall team was unhappy. I think it had to do with your letter. What matters to me is an I'll get to this in a moment. I wanna hold I has lower team changed its mind on its conclusions its conclusions as to what as to collusion conspiracy conspiracy. Not that I'm aware of so. The decision not to bring an indictment against the precedent for conclusion conspiracy with Russia has not changed note has and the conclusion not to bring an indictment against the president for obstruction of Justice has not checked. No. I take it from your cash to Domoni that the Mummers team was unhappy. When you received a letter from Mr. mother. I can't speak to the team as a whole. When I talked to Bob Muller, he indicated he was concerned about the press coverage that had gone on the previous few days, and he felt that was to be remedied by putting out more information. Okay. To say, these are my words, not yours. The first concern that Mr. Moore had. He felt like your letter wasn't nuanced enough. Correct. Okay. That problems been sobbed as it not. What was sort of solve by putting out the whole report, which was the that's why I think this whole thing is is sort of mind-bending Lee bizarre because I made clear from the beginning that I was putting out the report as much of the report as I could. And it was clear it was going to take three weeks or so maybe four to do that. And the question is what's the placeholder and the placeholder in my judgment was the simple statement of what the bottom line conclusions were and I wasn't going to be in the business of feeding? Out more and more information as time went on to adjust to what the press was saying. And that's your calls attorney general, absolutely. That wouldn't be the call of a US attorney or a special counsel. No, not at all. That's it. Now, let's go to Ted Cruz summing up with the Democrats did yesterday at the circus. Cut number forty Senator Cruz stead. The principal attack. The democratic senators have Marshall to you concerns. This March twenty seven th letter from Robert Muller. And it's an attack that I want people to understand just how revealing it as if this is their whole argument. They ain't got nothing. So their argument is as follows let me see if I understand correctly. You initially when you receive the report released to congress and the public a four page summary of the conclusions. Then on March twenty seventh. Mr. Muller asks you to release an additional nineteen pages the introduction and summary that he had drafted. And indeed in the letter what he says is quote, I am requesting that you provide these materials to congress and authorize their public release at this time. And the reason he says it is it is that is that to fully capture the context nature and substance of the offices work in conclusion. So you did not release those nineteen pages at that time. Instead a couple of weeks later you released four.
"prem court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Minutes after Joe Biden launched his bid for president before. He took the gloves off with President Trump and shortly after that, the president bestowed Biden with the sleepy Joe nickname, CBS news. Correspondent Pat piper. With more shots fired between President Trump and a former vice president under President Obama, Joe Biden in a video announcement Biden announced he's running for president next year for a third time and. And spoke of the character of the nation under Mr. Trump and that it's not good for his part. The president said this about Biden on Fox News channel. Sleepy because I've known him for a while. And he's a pretty sleepy he's not going to be able to deal with president. She I will tell you. That's a different level of energy. And frankly intelligence Anita hill says Biden reached out to her recently. But she tells the New York Times that she is unsatisfied and unconvinced by his quote unquote, apology about the way he handled the Clarence Thomas prem- court confirmation hearings decades ago alleging sexual harassment and on day. One of his campaign Biden says he hopes that people will eventually realize that the Trump administration was quote, an aberration in American history. Eight oh six now families mourning the loss of a loved one have something else to worry about in a couple of metro west communities this morning, robbers ransacking their homes and taken stuff while they pay. Final respects me. It's looks like some very desperate at his deputy police chief James foul v of Milford. People now on alert and on edge.
"prem court" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"It's the Tuesday April twenty third and a lot going on just a quick. Hello. There's gonna for somehow you wearing pajamas today yesterday. I was in sweats today. I'm in pajamas Nola. I'm in a daisy, sweat shirt and a skirt. Okay. Just from over here. Then it looks like John Wayne. So look like, I'm wearing pajamas like a nightshirt. All right anyway. The best thing. Yeah. I get mine. Wayne. Good morning. Oh, sorry. Good morning. Can you tell you one thing cure because this is huge for people who park. Federal appeals court just ruled that win the parking person comes around. They put the stripe of chalk. On your tire that violates the fourth amendment? Wow. Illegal search and seizure. Yes. Oh, we ask. You know, what we now? We got to do a thing. Okay. I'm going to do thing. All right. I can walk you through all. We got we have to do it thing. There's no question about it. All right because that everybody gets chalked up or choked up when that happens. I am though. So we'll do that in any anyway, Alex morning, and Tony Moran. Only last week. Right. Yeah. And then John Ramirez comes back. It'd be very tired young, man. I there's no question in my mind. He will hate you. Don't just right because of the time change family. Yeah. I just read something I can you? If I were to ask you, if you felt gooky, what would you think Gooby groupie, not loopy gooky, like foggy like when you wake up this morning, and you're tired way. No. I I think you're asking me if I had any abscesses or something like that. I just read this, by the way. Okay. Alex, groupie anything tired or sick? All right. And Tony not that I care this week. But what would you think probably against tire that the sleep in your eyes and all that kind of stuff for some reason? Horny us for saying came to me go figure. Okay. All right. All right, go go figure. Okay. Guys. Wait. What does it mean? I don't know. Hope. I haven't the foggiest notion. I just read it. So there you are all guys all today. We're going to cover the the latest on Sri Lanka, a very interesting. They're trying to figure out a basis for this. And so we'll come up with that and go and really that doesn't make any sense to prem- court today hearing arguments about that question citizenship. And of course, the trumps subpoena and Luke Walton the latest who's been accused of sexual assault by a sports reporter Kelly tenant. And so they're just you went why did you wait so long? I'm wondering why people wait this long because this we're supposed to happen three years ago at the allegation have no idea. All right, guys. Let's do it handle on the news. Jennifer, Wayne in me lead story..
"prem court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"He had had to jump in here to you make a very good point John Lott. If you think about the repercussions if we got rid of the electoral college as the Democrats want. So yeah, I couldn't help. But listen to you all the time. Larry hogan. Thank you. If you look at the vote recounts that we've had in Florida or other places like that. You're just not going to be doing with a vote recount, isolated the Florida. Can you imagine having to spread that out over the whole country to go in and anytime, you have a close election for talking about issues like vote fraud, so foreign California, we simply has allow and made it legal to have what they call vote harvesting where they can send out people with absentee ballots to skid row where they can go and collect votes and register people to go and vote, you know, you're going to have a lot more of a felony and most of the country, but even have because it creates vote fraud, but you're gonna have a lot more pushing for legal changes like that. You know, if people start caring about the total vote, you know, some state where the Democrats are gonna win by what sixty thirty right now, they're not gonna go out of their way to to have that type of vote fraud set because it says it really paid for them. Do it if they already have control the state. Yeah, you can go and influence with the total will be nationally can make a difference. That's a great point. It's an invitation of fraud, and it's much harder right now, at least on a state by state basis and on a district by district as as you can start looking into these things, and you're right, imagine if we had a close election, and we had to do a recount a recount nationwide is the only way to rectify that. Oh my gosh. Sean. It's a it's a tonight Maher, did you honestly, do you think that if Hillary had won we'd even be having this conversation? This is obviously not just sore losers stuff. Yeah. But you know, there's lots of reasons why we have the system that we have people look at kind of you know, the narrow issues that they lost on this. And don't kinda go back and rehash what the debates were for. Why why why set up the way they were? If anything maybe this will have a renewed interest in the founding of our nation when people start reading the federalist papers, you know. We'll actually have an informed an intelligent debate on mainstream media about this. Is there any hope of that John? I don't know. But I mean, there's so many bizarre things that are being posed right now like adding more seats to the prem- court. Can you imagine what will happen? The Democrats want to let's say four STI well, the next time the Republicans getting charged then they'll add another eight or whatever that's necessary to get a majority. And then what's the Democrats had more than what point you stop? When the number of see some courts, equal number and house representatives. Mel, listen, John, they use the supreme court like a legislative body now NRA, so we might as well just have it be, you know, four hundred and thirty five justices, right? He got there quicker. I guess thanks for chiming in their John Lott. I appreciate your show. You never know who's listening out there. There's John Lott the author of more guns less crime, the second amendment, and and more importantly crime statistics expert joining in the conversation. Well, why how about you? What what could go wrong? What could go wrong if we got rid of the electoral college and instead of having a a race for the presidency for two hundred and seventy one electoral voters state-by-state instead, it was just no holds barred popular vote. Whoever gets the most votes in the country wins..
"prem court" Discussed on AP News
"A new law. Tightening restrictions on abortion providers in Louisiana will not go into effect. Maybe Jackie Quinn reports. It's been blocked by the US prem- court. The law was scheduled to take effect next week. It would have required abortion providers to obtain admitting privileges at nearby hospitals. It's similar to a Texas measure that the court struck down three years ago. Then chief Justice John Roberts dissented, but this time Roberts joined liberal judges on the bench to block the law, pending a full review of the case. President Trump's to supreme court appointees justices Neal Gorsuch and Brett Cavanaugh dissented. Jackie quinn. Washington. Virginia's political mess. I'm Tim Maguire, the AP newsmen defer junior. Governor Ralph Northam tells top staffers he will not resign amid the furor over a racist photo on his medical school yearbook page Richmond resident Darnall Carruthers says northern should stay. I don't believe in my heart that he is racist. Meanwhile, a second woman accuses Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax a sexual assault when they were both students at Duke University. Fairfax in statement calls the accusation demonstrably false, I have never forced myself on anyone ever the city of Milwaukee holds a vigil for thirty five year old police officer, Matthew Ritter. He was shot and killed Wednesday. While serving a search warrant city alderman. Tony's Alinsky says Ritter was a hero enough. He didn't shoot tours of duty in Iraq. He comes back here and fight for our safety right in our own neighborhoods. Raiders a third Milwaukee police officer to die in the line of duty in the past eight months..
"prem court" Discussed on AP News
"Actor Henry Winkler recently paid a visit to his old elementary school in New York City to promote his latest children's book the actor best known for playing the funds on the sitcom happy days since he was struck. By the way, the world comes together. His latest book is the twenty ninth in a series called. Here's hank. Everybody is somebody about a kid named Hank. Who goes to public school eighty seven in New York City the same school? He attended we had trouble reading as a child and academics were difficult for him. It wasn't until he wasn't adult and his stepson was diagnosed with dyslexia that his own challenges had a name. The British economy sent to grow this by its weakest rate since the global financial crisis. The Bank of England warned Thursday that the UK economy is slowing despite a modest boost the boost comes from firms stockpiling as they prepare for potential disruption to trade if the country crashes out of the EU with new deal on future relations, the Bank of England sent that the Brexit uncertainties into week a global economy overall mean that British growth is you is likely to be one point two percent that's down sharply from the one point seven percent projected in it would make for the worst Jared in Britain since a four point two percent contraction in two thousand nine a new law. Tightening restrictions on abortion providers in Louisiana will not go into effect. Maybe Jackie Quinn reports. It's been blocked by the US prem- court. The law was scheduled to take effect next week. It would have required abortion providers to obtain admitting privileges at nearby. Hospitals. It's similar to a Texas measure that the court struck down three years ago. Then chief Justice John Roberts dissented, but this time Roberts joined liberal judges on the bench to block the law, pending a full review of the case. President Trump's to supreme court appointees justices Neal Gorsuch and Brett Cavanaugh descended. Jackie quinn. Washington. AP radio news. Tim mcguire. President Trump tweets tonight. His second summit.
"prem court" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Well, okay. I'm actually, okay. With letting the states decide on this issue. I do not believe that abortion is a federal issue, and it should be decided state by state. I don't have to live in that state. Those people don't have to live in my state. But that is a level of silver lining. Here is that there's a great deal of awareness from the left now that their days of hiding behind this prem- court are rapidly coming to an end, and they have to do this at the state level. And I'm okay with it. But what is horrific here is how willing they are to move straight from abortion to infanticide actually admitting. They're killing the child the governor Virginia, I've got the audio. You can hear him for yourself. You don't have to take my word for it. The governor of Virginia is said that under this law. A woman could deliver a child and resuscitate the child of necessary the decide with Dr what to do whether to keep the child or kill the child. You can hear the audio for yourself. It's unbelievable. And this is where we are with the left. I gotta tell you. We see all the time the left saying things like Donald Trump is such a monster. Donald Trump the election of Donald Trump proves how Hitler got elected. I'm thinking this projection y'all Donald Trump amounts liquid which all our support. And I can certainly see how Nazism came to life know, this is you genetics. This is this is awful stuff. We're talking about. And there's part of the progressive movement out there champion at cheering it on thinking. It's a good thing. They're killing children, and they're defending behind you miss him. We might as well understand what's happening here. But we also need to understand the motivation here, you can say that there's yeah. There is a spiritual problem here. Yes. But I'm trying to avoid at this juncture the religious angle here. The actual political angle is the reason the left is rushing forward with the stuff is more more. They're starting to realize their days of having a five four pro-abortion majority of the springboard rapidly coming to an end in there. Taking steps right now to ensure that at the state level using federalism. They'll have some protections..
"prem court" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"But essentially, I as a sort of less high-profile opposition leader, he was sort of able to work his way up I guess without causing too much fuss. And a lot of people saying that he's sort of been very heavily meant to it by another high profile position Nita Leopold Lopez on so I think he's sort of backing from from the right people. And because of his study less high-profile status has been able to we've himself up, and then clearly the US is sort of an almond then that s thing that that's an option as well for change. And you know, he declared himself president and three three minutes later. Mike Pence's is sort of saying that he recognizes it it's sort of a crazy situation then Canada Wade's until messiahs interested when he took about this this group called the Lima group because it's not something that I have took the better read extensively about which if says not necessarily that it was it wasn't. Isn't worth thing attention to but it didn't seem to really resonate among the Venezuelans much. No. And I think that's sort of perhaps being the trouble of the grouping. So far that's not to say that they have been sort of meeting fairly regularly and sort of sharing information fairly regularly to is with not the US isn't a part of that official grouping, but as page referred to, you know, Mike Pence coming actually thought of kind of makes it seem that the US is singing from the same songsheet as the group. I think you know, to give a bit of Canadian context, the true do Trudeau government since a came into office in two thousand fifteen has very much sought to sort of insert south pretty firmly within sort of international bodies or international frameworks and tried to take leadership roles within them rather than sort of taking a sort of more boisterous sort of unilateral stunts on things it wants to contribute. Pretty firmly bit wants to do. So in the framework of these. Sort of international bodies. Even if say some of them as you say don't have sort of a huge amount of traction in the sort of international consciousness as the Lima group, which was founded in two thousand seventeen has at the moment. Perhaps they'll be McGrew is about however, given that with that this pretty sort of new sort of crucial chapter it seems in Venezuela about sort of maybe sort of get its teeth. If you like in the international discussion at this crucial moments in Venezuela in one international body was called upon for help yesterday. It was a UN Security Council. US said we wanted an emergency meeting because of this and Russia said, no, it's an internal problem. They said not nothing to do with us. The the US has gained here is Russia's loss. Quite simply, the the relationship between Venezuela, and the US has been terrible absolutely terrible since nine hundred ninety nine and Russia's been able to profit, you know, it's it's a it's a Trump. Susan Maderas governments are left from. Socialist government. It's it's fall inclined to maintain relationships with Russia, which also has an interest in its well reserves and finding foothold in South America. So yes, of course, Russia's going to say, no, no, let's leave it up to them. But what it's really Russia's really hoping for is them Indira. We'll stay in power. And yet we have so many people who are taking to the streets. Not just supporting the duro, but those support. Guido's? It says people who find themselves perhaps with the voice that they haven't had for a very long time page. No, no, certainly I think sort of you don't have to be that rarely to understand the the people's relationship to to do. But he's going to have a lot of issues. I mean, he doesn't have an enable to get that support. He doesn't have the support the military that would be crucial in Venezuela. He doesn't have the support of this prem- court Theros is stocked with Maderas loyalists one of the largest state oil companies which accounts most of Venezuela's export earnings. They're still sort of siding with Madero. So he's going to have challenges ahead of him. Not just from the people, but from sort of the the structures within Venezuela, which is still loyal to mature. You're listening to Midori house with live on monocle twenty four the time here in London is just approaching eighteen ten and we had to Toronto..
Obama AG Eric Holder questions legitimacy of Supreme Court
"Former attorney general Eric Holder reacted on Twitter to the confirmation of judge Brett Cavanaugh to this prem- court by questioning the court's legitimacy and also saying that the court needs to regain the nation's trust. Kerry, Severino is what the judicial confirmation network, and she told Fox News. This is exactly what the Democrats have been trying to do too Cavanaugh all along that's been their strategy all along I think they wanted to delay the controversy to deny him confirmation. If he could delay it if they couldn't and then de-legitimize it think they're they're just. Hoping to find some way to. Push back against what what is. Now, a constitutionalists majority said they're not gonna give them every every decision they want. So they're going to try to undercut legit. Village intimacy at the court big it's ironic when you hear a lot of people complaining that oh, this is gonna diligent as the court. They're doing that by their own rhetoric. They know that this is a fair and legitimate compensation process as fair as it could be under the circumstances. What the Democrats visually, and they were very unfair. But I saw from my own thoughts. I worked for Justice Thomas. She had obviously approving compensation process as well. But he has served twenty seven years now at distinction seventy people recognized him as one of the most principled members of the court. He gets along great with his colleagues. So they're they're wishful thinking that somehow Justice Cavanaugh, we'll have an asterisk I think is just
Kavanaugh and accuser to testify in Senate
"Hearing on the hill, and it will all be public the woman accusing President Trump's prem- court nominee of sexual misconduct scheduled to testify in an open hearing Monday, I believe in order for me to says the credibility of these allegations. I want to have followed the individual come for the Senate Judiciary committee. That's Maine Senator Republican Susan Collins. She wants to hear from nominee Brett cavenaugh an accuser Christine Ford who claims an incident happened more than thirty years ago when she and cavenaugh were in high school in Maryland capital, flat out rejects her allegations. Obviously if judge cabin has lied about what happened that would be disqualified.
Senate Judiciary Committee, Susan Collins and President Trump discussed on The Ray Lucia Show
"The woman accusing President Trump's prem- court nominee of sexual misconduct scheduled to testify in an open hearing Monday, I believe in order for me to says the credibility of these allegations. I want to have followed the individual come for the Senate Judiciary committee. That's Maine Senator Republican Susan Collins. She wants to hear from nominee Brett cavenaugh an accuser Christine Ford who claims an incident happened more than thirty years ago when she and cavenaugh were in high school in Maryland capital, flat out rejects her allegations. Obviously if judge cabin has lied about what happened that would be disqualified. This is USA
Congo Republic plans to launch vaccination drive after yellow fever outbreak
"Returns from the Labor Day break this week to consider the nomination of judge Brad Kavanagh to the US prem- court today on Fox News. Sunday Senate democrat, dick Durbin complained that Cavanaugh documents have been withheld bear suppressing these documents. If we're lucky, we will see six percent, six percent of all of the documents that have been produced could be produced to reflect on Kavanagh's true position on issues he's saying and the White House saying the American people have no right to note also on FOX judiciary committee Republican, Lindsey, Graham insisted an unprecedented volume of Kavanagh documents had been released or documents. Given the navy person ever nominated the supreme court. We're gonna have a hearing, there's no drama in disarray and Dolly dramas those running for president. How will they handle this hearing on the democratic side? You know, we're gonna get this good man
Trump Nominee Is Behind Anti-Union Legal Campaign
"Including former, mass murderer President trump's The president's going to meet with his team and we'll let you know we have an announcement on that Topic that came up in their conversation There was some conversation about it but there wasn't a commitment, made on behalf of the United States and the president will work with his team and we'll let you know. If there's an announcement on that front many lawmakers. Have urged Trump to reject the deal the State Department says it. Will, never happen a number of senators meanwhile swiftly, signing, onto, a bipartisan Bill, from senators Marco Rubio Republican of Florida and Chris van Holland democrat of Maryland that would slap new sanctions on Russia or any other country caught posting ads running fake, news or. Otherwise interfering with election infrastructure press secretary Sanders called the legislation a hypothetical and declined to say today whether the president, would back it, to, other lawmakers senators, Jeff flake Republican Verizon and Chris coons democrat of Delaware will try to force a vote tomorrow on a resolution back The intelligence communities findings that Russia interfered in the two thousand, sixteen election must be held accountable a similar vote today in the house failed on the party line vote meanwhile. Senate Democratic leader Charles Schumer of New York is. Worried about what went down when Trump and Putin met for nearly. Two, hours alone at their summit in Finland he, wants, to, hear from the, only other American in, the room the State Department's translator above all we need the translator who was present at the one on one meeting with President Putin to testify, openly before. Congress that's not usually done but there's almost always other people in the room you don't need the translator but for, some reason a, reason, at Americans and, the world is wondering about President Trump wanted no one else in the room Finally President Trump. Claimed, in an interview, at CBS late today that he had told Putin face to face in that private meeting to stay out of America's elections and that's the way. It's going to be Trump said I let him know we can't. Have this we're not going to. Have it and that's the way it's going to be what do you hold Putin personally responsible for third their election. Interference the interviewer asked, I would because he's in charge of the country. Trump said that's the same. Question essentially that Trump, was asked in front of Putin at their joint summit press conference and Trump refused to hold publicly accountable Democrats opposing President. Trump's at prem- court. Nominee Brett Kavanagh's nomination are seizing, on remarks he made in two thousand sixteen. To stop his seat to the country's highest court, Cavanaugh said he. Would like to, put the final nail in a supreme court precedent of holding, an independent counsel law. Is. Constitutional and overturn it here's a statement from twenty sixteen can you, think of, a case that deserves to be overturned Yes Would you volunteer? One Pending. Confirmation hearing. Yes sir right here Thank, you. Very much Morrison.
Trump's Supreme Court search begins
"And hello again from fox news in washington as america settles in for the fourth of july holiday president trump has set an ambitious agenda for this week he's finalizing his supreme court pick to be announced in just eight days and preparing for a trip to europe including a summit with russian president putin in a moment we'll talk with national security adviser john bolton who's just back from moscow but first let's bring in correspondent kevin corke at the white house with the latest on the president's plans kevin chris for president that has been well let's just say stridently unconventional this idea following an orderly structured playbook to nominate and ultimately see a second supreme court justice is frankly not trumpian but given the gop's razor thin margin in the senate prudence in this case is presidential president trump is said to be narrowing his focus on five potential nominees for the supreme court vacancy created by the retirement of justice anthony kennedy is displayed tremendous vision and tremendous heart and he will be missed that hopefully we're going to pick somebody who will be as outstanding white house counsel don mcgann and leonard leo are said to be spearheading the search drawing from a list of more than two dozen reliably conservative jurists the confirmation battle on capitol hill is expected to be fierce democrats contend that since majority leader mitch mcconnell stalled the nomination of merrick garland in two thousand sixteen turnabout fair play he said we will not allow prem court justice during the election year what what's good for the goose is good for the gander we should not allow justice in an election year it was a low standard if you will but it was a standard and i for one and i think others haven't forgotten that and you know as you sow so you reap while the high court battles in washington overseas a number of major stories are developing with reports that north korea is concealing key aspects of its nuclear program renewed questions about troop levels in germany the fast approaching nato summit and talks of a highly anticipated one on one between president trump and russian president letterman putin with ukraine crimea and syria among the many topics to be broached when the leaders meet in helsinki july sixteenth chris kevin gorka reporting from the white house kevin thanks for joining me now the president's national security adviser john bolton in his first interview since meeting with russian president vladimir putin this week and moss osco about welcome back to fox news.