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Arizona AG Mark Brnovich: What We Can Do About Signature Verification

The Dan Bongino Show

01:48 min | Last month

Arizona AG Mark Brnovich: What We Can Do About Signature Verification

"What can we do about that I mean I know in Florida I just requested my mail in ballot today You have to put your driver's license number or the last four digits of your social It's not perfect but it's another obstacle to fraud Well that do you hit the nail that had to end There are really good I love the pawn stars analogy And it's true It's true But there are things that we can do And you mentioned having the drivers like the number on there You could end up having to have your ballot notarized You could end up having to have a witness like you have to do for a will likely to have to have someone like cosign it So there are additional and if people have even suggested maybe having like a thumbprint on it doing your fingerprints I mean and I'm not saying any one of those necessarily are perfect but the key is there are different ways that different states can enact measures to ensure to provide that extra layer of security to make sure that we know that whoever is filling out that ballot where we're signing that ballot it's that person And let me just add one thing When I was just talking about that bernadette DLC case I already get Supreme Court One of my great moments is that it was a gang prosecutor the federal prosecutor but as they litigator was during the argument we had this in our briefs and it came during the argument that in 2004 there was a bipartisan presidential commission The co author of that report said the greatest threat to election integrity in the United States was ballot harvesting in third parties handling ballots Yes I always ask people do you know who said that And it was the worst president in U.S. history until Joe Biden came along Yes James Earl Carter said that So even the Democrats recognize 15 20 years ago how important it was to have election integrity measures especially when it came to mail in ballots

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"presidential commission" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

06:23 min | 5 months ago

"presidential commission" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"But the oral testimony was 5 minutes of me explaining why I think the Supreme Court and its justices need to follow the same type of basic modern governance rules that other branches of government already follow. Everything from having a code of conduct written down beyond basic statutory refusal laws, having a set of details posted on the Internet, like their finances, justices file, annual financial disclosure reports each year, but they're not posted online. They should be justices, three justices, own individual stocks, and they're buying and selling them and during the year and they're jumping in and out of cases, sometimes they're accusing sometimes they not sometimes they miss recusals, sometimes they forget about it. So having periodic transaction reports like numbers of Congress, so we know a little more about their finances. I think would be incredibly helpful, so I mentioned that. And then also just having a better sense of what the justices are saying in public when they leave D.C.. They're flown all around the country, maybe not during COVID, but they're flown all around the country to give these talks to law schools and sometimes partisan organizations. And there's no dedicated Supreme Court press corps, like there is for the president. And I would love for the justices and for there to be pressure on the justices to actually have their out of D.C. talks video recorded or live streams. So we know what they're saying when they're outside of the marble palace. Well, we know what breyers is. Breyers just that dog in the comic with everything on fire saying, this is fine. That's what a 100%. He says that all the time. He's goes on The Colbert Report and all these other late night shows like he does when he think he just came out with a book and he's gone the circuit and everyone's asking him why he's not retiring. And he is giving a series of unsatisfactory answers, which is very much prior. That at least is more consistent with the sort of historical practice of what it used to mean when a member of the federal bench, particularly a sitting Supreme Court Justice, would speak to high schoolers at civic groups at that sort of thing. They had because I did all of that that was my lifelong goal when I was 12 years old, which was to be on the Supreme Court. How's that going? Yeah, not great. Now I've had dick jokes for a living. So took a slight slight detour. I see. But making those types of jokes though makes you more qualified for the Supreme Court now than at any time in recent history. Well, I'm glad that you don't give up on your dreams. But no, I mean, it used to be the case, even when a very conservative jurist would come to speak on a college campus. They had your stock set of nonpartisan kind of civic engagement, like the classic was the, you know, representative versus deliberative models of democracy. It was just the idea, members of Congress could come to college campuses or high schools and throw bombs, but the idea that you would get from either side direct discussion and political or legal advocacy was just kind of anathema to that sense of decorum and dignity of the court. Yeah, I mean, justice Alito gave a whole talk railing against the shadow docket. And he gave a talk effect fed sop during also, you know, both of these were not well, definitely the talk on the shadow docket was not going to be live streams. But then there's all this public pressure. And he's like, okay, I'll live stream it, but you have to destroy the video when I'm done. Okay, cool. Man from uncle or Mission Impossible, right? Yes. It's just so it's so funny. I was reading. It was actually in the presidential commission on this. It was on the Scottish commissions draft report. It was referenced that speech, and then there was a footnote to will update when transcript becomes available or something like that. And I remember taking a screenshot of it and sending it to one of my staffers being like, there's no transcript. It's done. It is over. There's no recording of this talk. He gave the talk. He railed against the shadow docket. It is over, and you're not going to be able to read it back unless there was someone taking screen caps the whole time. Well, maybe now is a good time to introduce my thesis and ask you, I feel free to shoot it down. Sure. Yeah. You didn't have to be that eager, but that is if one of if not the major contributory cause of what we've outlined as the problem of partisanship of outcomes on the Supreme Court is the existence of participation in and control over nominees that the federalist society has shouldn't it have been disqualifying to have been an active member and cheerleader for the federalist society to be on the president's presidential commission. Great, you know, be bipartisan, like I got, I had a long list of unimpeachably conservative judges that you can put on your commission, but if your check goldsmith and you go around and you tweet out, you know, thank you to the federalist society for the outstanding nominees that we've received for the past couple of years. That seems like that's kind of a problem if that's the problem you need to fix. Yeah, I'd go back and forth on this, because I feel like on the one hand when you have 51 senators or however 53 senators, I think at the time when Trump was president, who are also members of the federalist society, it's hard to think of that as disqualifying because that's going to be who they're hanging. It's a very small circle, and that's just going to be who they want to see on the federal bench, especially given that home state senators have such say and they're going to nominate their friends to be federal judges. But if you take a step back and think about how we got to this point, a lot of it is chicken in the egg, right? It's like, are we at this point because we've had a series of random deaths and presidents who aren't winning the popular vote still getting to a point Supreme Court Justices or did we get to this point because the country has totally become unraveled and our justices are just reflecting that..

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"presidential commission" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

The Brookings Cafeteria

07:58 min | 11 months ago

"presidential commission" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

"Can't get through in the reason for that is for a lot of members of congress a lot of senators and even presidents. they still see the possibility of being attacked as soft on crime or week on drugs or worse creating a policy. That's going to get children addicted to drugs. They see that is really damning now. Those attacks used to land in the nineteen eighties and in the nineteen nineties. But what we've seen is they're not landing today. People don't see drug policy in that same way but if you're older elected official the memory of those types of political attacks linger with you and unfortunately they're not replacing updating their own understanding of the politics of the day and it puts them out of step with a lot of americans. I think the best example of how cannabis legalization support for cannabis. Legalization is not a liability is the second to last senate race in texas ted cruz. In baidoa rourke faced off against each other in deep red texas and ted cruz was vehemently opposed to cannabis. Legalization and baidoa aurore supported full scale national legalization and ted cruz won by just about a point. Beta aurora was not trounced for having that position on cannabis. Despite ted cruz is best efforts. And i think if a liberal in texas can run on a full-scale legalization platform income closer than any democrat has come to winning statewide office since nineteen ninety four. It shows you that the liability of that position is no longer when it was another point. That you make in the paper has to do with your call for a superfund like program to clean up what you call the disaster of cannabis enforcement now. Superfund as i understand it was the major environmental cleanup program. The nineteen eighties. Maybe it still goes on today. I don't know gay talk about why you're calling for a superfund program to address the disastrous cannabis enforcement. The superfund program in the environmental context still exists today. And what it does. Is it identifies environmental challenges that exist within communities in some cases identifies who is the causes that if it is identifiable and then uses funding typically a blend of public funds and private funds to clean up that area to rehabilitate that land that water supply whatever. Environmental entity was affected by pollution. And to try to make that community whole again. And i think it's easy for the average american understand in environmental disaster. We all had a place in town where some sort of waste used to be dumped or a factory. That probably wasn't doing what they should with regard to the chemicals that they were using after the factory goes under. It's a mess. No one wants to buy that land. No one wants to try to revitalize that land so it takes a government to step in to try to revitalize that it's easier for people to understand the disaster that old factory convene for community. It's a lot harder especially for white americans to understand the disaster that racialist drug enforcement can cause within a community or more importantly within units within a community in so if we start to identify using data where that enforcement has had the biggest impact where it continues to have an impact where those lost opportunities exist. We can identify down to very specific targets within towns and within cities who has been harmed the most in what communities have been harmed the most and try to reinvest in those communities. It's important to remember argued this in the paper that the drug war impacts more than just the people who were arrested the drug war impacts families it impacts communities it impacts the fabric of communities particularly when you have hundreds or thousands of typically black and brown men being introduced to the criminal justice system many of them spending time in jail and that extraction of human capital of innovation of educational opportunities all has an ongoing impact that snowballs over time as this happens to generations of individuals so in the same way that we think of environmental waste impacting community. We have to think of the waste that is rationalized law enforcement having that same impacting communities in there being a need to clean it up. And ask you about one of the other points in your five point plan and it has to do with the presidential commission to study federal cannabis legalization. I think that's a really interesting problem and again you talked about the issue of understanding. My medical science of what cannabis can't can't do but there's restrictions on studies because of the way that cannabis is scheduled in federal drug schedule. Can you just talk about that particular point in your plan that ends up being a controversial point in my plan. Actually there are a lot of very strong pro cannabis reform individuals and activists out there. Who look at this issue and say why the hell do we need another commission or another study to tell us what we already know. My response to that is that that works for you but if this was so obvious to everyone else this is something that would have passed congress ready and it hasn't there lot of members of congress. They're united states senators on both sides of the aisle. It current president of the united states. Who has not been exposed to enough of the data and enough of the science and enough of really the data coming out of state level programs to be able to understand in evaluate the issue. Holy and in an unbiased way. And i think. A presidential commission elevates that research. We've had presidential commissions on the issue of cannabis before many of them actually came back and recommended more liberal policies than were in place the most recent one being the schaefer commission in the nineteen seventies. It came back and said to president. Nixon cannabis isn't as bad as your administration is playing it up to be. We should probably take steps away from criminalization in endured decriminalization and what president nixon did was ignored. The study throw it in a drawer. Criticized it in public press conference and then never spoke of it again. That's not the type of treatment this issue needs. But when a president treats the issue in that way it has ripple effects throughout our government throughout our society and so i think the best thing that we can do is have an unbiased conversation about what cannabis policies have meant. For this country cannabis reform can do to reverse the harms of those previous policies. And what the experience of cannabis reform good and bad has been in the state so far. We've had nine years of legalization in colorado in washington. We've had twenty five years of medical legalization in california. There's enough data right now to help inform someone like president biden or someone like a republican. Moderate were a democratic moderate in the senate. He's on the fence. Or uninformed about issue about what the future can mean in that commission i think is the path not to convince every american but to convince that last group of americans needed for that critical mass. Well john i wanna point out to listeners. There are at least two other points that you make an paper in your five point plan. I encourage listeners to go to our website and download the paper in read it. it's a great analysis of a possible path. Forward plus read your other work on marijuana policy and always i to thank you for sharing your time and expertise.

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Georgetown Law Professor Barnett on What to Expect From the Presidential Commission

Mark Levin

01:13 min | 11 months ago

Georgetown Law Professor Barnett on What to Expect From the Presidential Commission

"Pros and cons. Um, of in favor of the different report foreign proposals that they're listening to, so they're going to do the pros and the cons and I, the witnesses that they have are hearing from by and large. I think the majority of them have been against core packing, including Left of centre professors from Harvard, like Noah Feldman and from Duke, like Neil Siegel. Um, now there's been some Ford it but mostly they've been against it where I think they're going to see more pros than cons, and I already get that sense from listening to their questioning is on court is on term limits. Because I would say more a majority of people. They're hearing from kind of favorite term Memphis, and I think that's even true. Some of the commissioners so they're going to get you're not going to get a recommendation. You're going to get a balance. You're going to get a report that shows pros and cons and there is like there are like seven or eight right of center originalist scholars on this commission Which is kind of how I got to testify out of how many Out of 30 or more. I mean, it's it's imbalanced. But look, there's more balance on this commission. And there is at the Georgetown law School. I can tell you Well, yeah, there's more balance at the, uh, on the in the polar Bureau and Communist China than there is any. Now let me ask you You're

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Georgetown Law Professor Barnett Explains Why Court Packing Is Unconstitutional

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 11 months ago

Georgetown Law Professor Barnett Explains Why Court Packing Is Unconstitutional

"You in when we need you. Court packing is unconstitutional. This is a statement you gave to this. So called Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court, which is shocking to me in and of itself. I'm sure the Supreme Court justices are keeping an eye on this and it could well affect them and depending on how they feel about things. Tell us what you you said to the commission and which is not printed here in reason Magazine. Yeah, I testified orally, and I submitted written testimony, which I recommend that people take a look at because it's got a longer version of the article, and really mark. The argument is actually very simple. And that is that this Congress does have the power to set the number of justices at any number of wishes, and that number is varied from six on the low side to 10 on the high side. The last 150 years. It's been nine. But whenever Congress changes the law, it has to do so constitutionally that and you have to ask what power is it using to accept the number and change change the number? And it's the necessary and proper clause, which gives Congress the power to make all laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution, its powers, including and the powers of any other department, which is the judicial department. That's what it is, which means a law to change the number must be necessary. And it also must be proper. So we have to look and see what the meaning of necessary is and what the meaning. Alright, let's slow down because you make it very, very important point. This clause. Which is kind of tucked away necessary and proper clause. As the court recognized this as an important clause, absolutely, including in the affordable, including in the Affordable Care Act challenge in the Affordable Care Act Challenge. Five justices said that the individual insurance mandate Was not a proper exercise of Congress's power. Um they can't make you buy insurance under the commerce power that's improper under the necessary and proper clause. Mhm. So this is

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Trump Wanted Dr. Fauci in Front of Presidential Commission, Deep State Stopped It

The Dan Bongino Show

02:12 min | 1 year ago

Trump Wanted Dr. Fauci in Front of Presidential Commission, Deep State Stopped It

"It in a bunch of man made manipulated viruses. Don't worry, folks. Only the biggest story of our time added to buy again. The New York Post Store had been referencing titled Trump Wanted to Publicly Grill Fauci in Wuhan Land Funding and Bill China for the pandemic. Sounds like Donald Trump was right again. Time number, Jim. You keeping tracks at 6773 Not sure. Keep the list. I really not sure 74 Sorry. Sorry. Very Is it my double check him, Mike. I think he's off by what he says. Uh 74 64 40 40 to 3. Either way, it's a whole lot of times. He was right again. So Donald Trump wanted to grill Fauci wanted a commission. He wanted a whole Fauci in front of a presidential commission. According to US peace and he wanted he was demanding evidence about funding of the Wuhan lab suspected of leaking Covid 19. The New York Post piece goes on Advanced plans were underway for this special presidential panel with an executive order even drawn up the whole China and its collaborators accountable and Talia reparations bill to fire off to China. What happened according to this piece, a bunch of deep state swamp rodents. He's the stench of them. I can't stand. It was a little angry on the podcast this morning. Sorry about that. Well, not really, but very it because I'm really tired of, you know, leftist folks in media types. They're like they found such gets to stay. It's fake. I don't care what you call it. The smelly state. The sloppy state, the stupid state. I don't Care. It's very clear. There is Take a ball. Paid for by you taxpayer funded bureaucrats at the highest levels of government some not all. There are a lot of Patriots who served in government to I worked with many of them. But there is a Kabbalah buffoons being funded by you and your taxpayer dollars who apparently thinks it's OK to crap on the president's proposals at every opportunity, Even when President Trump early on wanted Dr Fauci to speak in front of a commission he had planned on founding the executive order, and apparently, some deep staters talked him out of it. The tapes stayed. At the can spare think

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Biden Won't Create Presidential Commission on January 6 Attack

WBZ Morning News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Won't Create Presidential Commission on January 6 Attack

"Riot is estimated at $1.5 million, and prosecutors want those accused in the riot to help pay off that bill. Meantime, an investigation into what led to the day's events, stalls CBS news correspondent Deborah Rodriguez on what's next? The White House says President Biden has no plans to create a presidential commission. To investigate the attack on the U. S. Capitol. A spokeswoman says he's ruled it out because he believes it's up to Congress. Reports say Speaker Pelosi is ready to initiate a house led investigation after Senate Republicans next. A bipartisan commission more than 450 have been charged to have pleaded guilty. Former vice President Mike Pence says he and

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Pelosi Rules out Having Biden Create Jan. 6 Commission

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Pelosi Rules out Having Biden Create Jan. 6 Commission

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi continues weighing options for an investigation into the deadly January attack on the U. S. capitol but she's ruling out a presidential commission now that Senate Republicans blocked legislation for a bipartisan commission to study the capital insurrection an insider tells the Associated Press house speaker Nancy Pelosi laid out four possible options for going forward what's come off the table is having president Biden appoint a presidential commission describing that in her words as unworkable without giving details although that's what some Democrats were seeking other options giving the Senate another chance at a boat with hopes of swaying a few more Republicans or her creating a new select committee or using a standing committee to take a deep dive into what happened that day and how the attack was organized I'm Jackie Quinn

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Biden to create commission to study expanding the Supreme Court

Glenn Beck

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Biden to create commission to study expanding the Supreme Court

"Has more than nine justices. I'm Pam who so Fox News, A bipartisan commission will explore that. An executive order creates a presidential commission on the Supreme Court. It fulfills a campaign pledge by President Biden to study controversial reforms like expanding the number of justices are setting term limits, Fox says Jared Helper and the Senate Republican leader, Mitch McConnell was quick to criticize the move, calling it another sign of the far left influence over the Biden administration. The

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Biden executive order to create Supreme Court commission

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Biden executive order to create Supreme Court commission

"President biden sets up a commission to consider changes to the us. Supreme court executive order creates a presidential commission on the supreme court fulfils a campaign pledge by president biden. The study controversial reforms like expanding the number of justices are setting term limits. A bipartisan panel chaired by a former white house counsel and a former deputy assistant attorney general and made up of law professors and former justice department officials will hold public meetings in complete. Its report within six months of its first meeting jared

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Biden Executive Order to Create Supreme Court Commission

Bloomberg Markets

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Executive Order to Create Supreme Court Commission

"Good on a campaign promise to look into expanding the Supreme Court. White House says the president will issue an executive order today, creating a presidential commission on the High court. The panel will have 180 days to study multiple scenarios for reform, including adding seats or imposing term limits. Global news

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SPACE FARCE

Ground Zero Media

05:39 min | 1 year ago

SPACE FARCE

"Days ago. We observed the thirty fifth anniversary of the space shuttle. Challenger's bush in the killed seven brave astronauts and a chance to actually get into that. I just thought it kind of bring the room down and it would it. Would basically a habit gets reflect back on the failure that the shuttle program eventually became. I'm man i'm and it's arguable. That the shuttle missions were a failure but it just Conversations before with people who said it's the equivalent of taking a bus out of the garage. Hang around the earth a couple times. That's all it was but you know it was interesting. At least the space program had something going on at the time. And i thought it would. I even met a shuttle astronaut Good guy Just that by the time We had a conversation on a cable channel about moon landing in. I didn't like each other afterwards. And i i didn't. I didn't wanna cause trouble with him. In fact he was just an amazing astronaut. Let's astronaut my god guys space. You know pro. You know again. I look at astronauts. It's like i. I'd look at a veteran. Or i look at a soldier who fights. I mean they got more than i do. I sit studio. And gripe all the time but i just you know. I was amazed by The he was not my first astronaut. I've met a few Never met buzz aldrin or ordeal armstrong. Or anybody like that. A few shuttle astronauts. I've i've met a former nasa. Well no i interviewed chuck cernan but i was never. I interviewed him over the phone. So i i don't know i just have an affinity for space i i i love it because of course i love the topic of aliens. Ufo's avi lopburi more. We come on. Space travels amazing. I mean we'd star trek star wars. These are things. I really like And you know noticing too. I grew up in utah. Where more than fire call was twenty miles away thirty miles away from where i lived and this is where the rings were made for the space shuttle program of course the failed challenger explosion was because of the ordering problems were more than thiokol and only two failures in the whole space shuttle program where people were killed. Astronauts were killed. No real new information though. That was out there and You know and we kept being promised this was just you know the shuttle program was going to be used to not only take the bus out for a dry but it was also going to be used to go to the space station and bring astronauts food and stuff and now well for the longest time we were contracting russia. We're having a deal with russia to send astronauts to the space shuttle to the space station to well actually said food to the space as well and i thought why are we relying on russia in and this whole nonsense about how russia was our enemy and everything. They're our enemy. Why are they helping us with our space program. Just didn't make any sense. But yeah i mean looking back at our field. Space programs is important. Indicate that president. Barack obama crippled dass his efforts to send astronauts beyond low earth orbit. When obama came into office. he didn't want a number of other. Presidents have done to determine their goals for nasa. He formed a presidential commission to study the space agency and then he came up with some recommendations so he you a committee the committee. You basically. you're saying well. I think there are far more important things. We need to invest our money. And so i'm gonna cut your budget. You know basically what area. We're gonna bring you altogether. Cut your budget. So you're going to have to deal with you know whatever that's all it's been cutting budget and budget cutting and and And so that's why you have now space x that's why you have You know these other companies visas and others who want to do space because you know space has been neglected. The budgets have been neglected in our government for some time but we had a lot of conservative presidents like george w bush and of course donald trump. Who said yeah. We're all the speech program. Let's get it going. And the reason why is because there's brooke obama once said and this is one of the reasons why he basically said no to you know exorbitant budgets for space. He says well. You know spaces. In america. First issue. And we should be more universal. We she wore. We wore worldly with our concepts in our conquest of space. We need to do you know we didn't do it all together as a world. It's a it's a world bring people together in a world government or world philosophy. I think reagan kinda hinted to what he said. You know our differences worldwide would vanish. We were facing an alien threat from outside of this world but that was an alien threat. That was the idea that if there were aliens out there wanting to eat us then we would certainly band together as a group. I mean that's what independence day was all about right. See the independence day. Movie or armageddon were nasa saves the day. You know it's time and time again. We get told it. Our space program is amazing. Well yeah they do amazing things. But it's not as amazing as it used to be. I mean lockheed. Martin ceo norm augustine Headed up the augustine commission during the obama administration actually was named after maga sanofi headed up with the. It's called the augustine commission and basically they returned with a set of recommendations after few wants convening during the obama administration so the commission found the program then in existence project constellation was not execute under any reasonable

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"presidential commission" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"presidential commission" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"You know, really change people's behaviour. The Presidential Commission that President Obama started was all about moving people to early voting. And you know, that has been a real success this year. And I think that that success is gonna play out on election Day. Mostly positively. And though they're certainly you know instances, voter intimidation. It is not widespread. And you know, most people are going to experience you know, have a good election experience. That's great. So I have another question coming in from one of our viewers, Larry Barnett, and I'll get some of Tammy what is a safeguard in place to prevent people from voting in two different states in the same election? So there are a couple of safeguards. One of them is Eric, which is the electric Elektronik Registration Information Center. It's a mouthful, so we all just call it. Eric Eric actually is a consortium of states that compares the voter registration list with your Department of motor vehicle lists. With the social Security death meant death list on a wide variety of other data sets to come here. One set of registrations from one state to enough and that has been around now for a number of years. I don't know the exact number of the latest count, but we have more than half of the states are members of Eric. So that's one way of identifying If people are in fact registered in two different states on DH, then they can follow up on it. I will say that that is a minimal number of people who are in fact registered in two states and even fewer number that may potentially vote in two different states, which is illegal to vote in two different states in the same election for say, you know, in a presidential election, so there are mechanisms in place and we Continue to encourage states to join the Eric Consortium so that we can, in fact, not only identify where voters are registered in two places, but in this moment, it's also been an important element in tool for states because it identifies eligible but unregistered voters within your own state people maybe who have moved in and gotten your driver's license. But haven't yet registered to vote. So it's It's a tool that's used in that way. And I think that those types of tools and policies where the legislatures have listened to election officials to be able to join consortiums like that, to put policies in place to service their voters Best is really important. Andi want to just hang on to the last question, because I think it's out of a Segway and that is that in this moment where we talk about the Depression, and we talked about having that balance between Security and access. Eric is the perfect example. It restricts voters from identified as voters from being registered in two places and remedies. That situation it reaches out to voters who are eligible but unregistered and in this moment we have seen states all across the country implement practical solutions. That they needed to do in order to service the voters. Well, so allowing voters to drop off a ballot at the park in Madison, Wisconsin to their election official should not be controversial, but we know that unfortunately, there have been more than 300 court cases to try and limit Election officials abilities to service their voters well in this moment, and it's been everything from how many drop boxes you can have her if you can have drop boxes or if a postmark matters. All of these things to be looked after the fact and I'm hoping that voters are paying attention on which elected officials at the state and local levels as well as federal levels have their best interests at heart. For that allows another pitch for BBC's December 15 of them where we were going to really focus on all the politicians that are needed that we've learned we needed for next year. So Matthew while of the bipartisan policy center Thank you for letting me do that. Another question from a viewer. I'm sorry. I failed to also plug your recommendations of the bipartisan policy center recommendations. Those are things that these court cases have come into play, and BBC has issued them as nonpartisan policies. And I think that we would be well served. If more states adopted them again. Tell me this is why we have you on the panels. But she's she's opening. Our very excitingly titled Logical Election Policy report and logical Russian policy came out in January. It was written by 21 State and local election officials from across the country, and it does seem like during a pandemic. A lot of those election logical election policies do work well for states. We're about 10 minutes left. So if you want to submit a question, there's still time for another question now from One of our viewers, and this is really for Edgardo Andi. It's talking about election databases and voter interest databases being hacked or infiltrated on election day by militia factors. Does that impact or will it or could it impact on election day operations at polling places? Uh, it certainly could have an impact. We have seen not necessarily hacks, even but we've seen just increased use of the systems on the system, not being ableto. It'll. The use that it's getting in the lead up to the election has caused some system failures on so it doesn't have the ability to kind of impact operation. I think on Election day itself, it's a little less impactful because the information that's at your polling place is already aviator Pull boats where those air Elektronik pull bones or paper. Whole books. That information is has already been downloaded. Is there locally? On DH. So again, This is where things like provisional ballots on those sorts of failed states come into play. I'm making sure that election officials are prepared for next week if there is some sort of system failure, whether it's malicious or unintentional. I am in Virginia on the registration deadline. There was AH, a road construction crew accidentally kind of fiber cable. They cut off access to the statewide data center and brought down the online. Registration system. Ryan's not a malicious bag. What is something that you have the kind of deal with and and be prepared for on? So I think all of the backups that election officials hopefully having place things like having paper pull both backups if their electronic global's veil having enough provisional ballot materials, or they can keep people voting, even if their systems go down. For those places that are using ballot marking devices is the primary form of voting have a month. Agency paper ballots Eso. If the machines aren't working, they can still vote people and keep the line's moving. So all those sorts of preparations. I think that we've been pushing for a lot of election officials have hopefully adopted and are prepared for dipping into next week, so there's some potential for negative impacts. But I think the planning on DH mitigation strategies and kind of Resiliency planning that election officials have been doing well, hopefully all said anything that happens on that front, Edgardo Cortes of the Brennan Center for Justice. I'm not gonna let you off the hot seat..

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Voter Suppression On This Year's Highly Contested Presidential Election

C-SPAN Programming

03:10 min | 1 year ago

Voter Suppression On This Year's Highly Contested Presidential Election

"Want to turn to Ah, question received on Twitter from Nancy Boswell. She talked about good expression and some of the court cases some of the lines so Gatto Overseeing Are you seeing? What is the fascination water to expect us to do that? I think we certainly has some concerns about some of the things that we see in some of the rhetoric around, especially having people at polling places trying to either block access to or just do things that are intimidating to voters. I think that you know, Taylor mentioned kind of taking a look at Lessons learned this election on. I think that on the on the front of voter intimidation and some of these other issues, I think you know the need to revisit some of the federal legislation that provides protections in the election process and prohibit some of the practices that we've seen. This election will be helpful as we come out of this, but I think by and large election officials are prepared to handle these situations. They Been working to stay local and federal level on this, making sure there's appropriate coordination with law enforcement, Teo, you know, to deal with any issues that come off. I want to stress that if folks see something they should report it. Ah, absolutely. But they should not be afraid to go to the polls and exercise their right to vote, either now during early vote for those states that are still in the early vote period, or on Tuesday for the election. And a person. I want to ask you the same question in many different way. We've seen some very long lines in places across the country. It's been during early voting, but what we know about the impact of long lines on suppressing the vote. Well, I mean, you know, long lines always mean that some people might get out of line and, you know, not participate in the process. But we also know that people are willing to stand in line of very long time. People have been standing in line for hours. On and this is why early voting has been so important this year. You know, we've extended early voting people have been taking advantage of all of the early voting. Because they're concerned about Election Day and waiting till Election Day again. Iowa this morning, you know, collapsing there. Ah, their precincts closing many of them, you know, with with Cove it No one knows A lot of people are very uncertain about what's going on and you know, really changed People's behavior. The Presidential Commission that President Obama started was all about moving people to early voting and You know, that has been a really success this year. And I think that that success is going to play out on election Day. Mostly positively. And though they're certainly you know, instances, voter intimidation. It is not widespread. And you know, most people are going to experience Ah, you know, have a good election experience.

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"presidential commission" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"presidential commission" Discussed on WDRC

"To be about the you know, the program's Stephen the Town Hall's not debate with you not obey quick. I didn't make it that. I just asked you should they ask? The question started that And I'm not interested in thinking of that kind in that kind of debate with you. I told you this is something that conservatives supporters of Donald Trump. Now you're repeating it. If I'm repeating myself, because you're not listening to me If you want to talk about the Programs this evening about well, I do. I want to get back to that. And all you're doing is repeating things, Professor. Let me ask you about tonight. Should we be having a debate tonight, Professor? I'm not going to be bullied by you. And I'm just asking. I'm not bullying you on asking questions. If you want to talk about we'd be having a debate tonight instead of Donna. Lt's you that it is up to the question. You're not listening to the question the professor, I'm asking you from Professor. You're not listening to the question, I said, should we be having a debate instead of to town halls? Did you hear the question? You're not listening to the question of Ezer. I find this amusing because you teach bullet? Yes. Should we be having a presidential debate tonight instead of to town halls because Donald Trump is over the China virus. Should we having a debate? Yes, we should. And why aren't we? Absolutely Why aren't wait Because the Presidential commission decided at the time that it was necessary to decided that it wasn't clear that Donald Trump would be able to handle it because doctors anyone might be contagious because his doctors said he was by the time the presidential debate Commission Hansel answer. You just know that I finished my and you're misstating. His doctors haven't been very trustworthy. Large swaths of the American people have not believed that the doctor was telling the full truth. Or the complete story about the president's condition. So because of that, The commission decided that the way to have a debate would be to have a virtual debate. The president didn't want to do that. That's up to him to the side that he doesn't want to do that, but because he didn't want to do that, then we're left with these two town hall's. That's the way it happened. Do you believe that? The presidential debate Commission did that? Because they're carrying water for Biden he got he got mopped. On the first debate. He was in trouble. You can you liketo make insinuations about this or about that, But when people make regulations, the otherway I'm willing to bet you that you challenge them. The facts are that there was a debate schedule. Very few people, presumably including the Presidential Commission believe that the accuracy of the report from the doctors were in fact correct, and so, therefore They decided.

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"presidential commission" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"presidential commission" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Didn't know the name, he said. You know the guy. I think he's a Mormon. Right. You said he's a moment he was talking about Mitt Romney forgot Mitt Romney's name. Can you imagine that? Can you imagine that? He didn't know where he Waas? You still with me? For a month. Now he's shot, folks. I'm running against the single worst candidate in the history of presidential politics. And you know what That does is it puts more pressure on me. Can you imagine if you lose to a guy like now back to my point? Tomorrow night, the Presidential Commission Debate Commission's wherever they're called. They tried to pull the rug out from Trump and They wouldn't allow a debate to occur in person. Obviously, that was a big mistake. Trump has recovered from coded clearly, and he's barnstorming the nation. They could have absolutely had the debate tomorrow night. They should have had the debate tomorrow night. You know what they're going to do instead? They'll be dueling town halls Biden is going to be, I think on ABC. And Trump is going to be on NBC get the popcorn out, and we'll see who watches which, but that's the way it ought to be. We should be hearing both of their messages, and it's going to be an epic night. On both of those networks, particularly for the Trump Savannah. Guthrie's going to interview him. I don't know who they'll probably give some, you know, Democrat packed like Stephanopoulos the duties over at ABC with with Joe Biden. But what a disgrace that they camp so they wouldn't let the debate occur. There's trump every night, you know, embarrassing that is for the Presidential Commission on debates. With the deck stacked against Trump again with the establishment and the system trying to thwart his reelection. But guess what? But she has a big night. Tomorrow night. Millions of people are gonna watch it going to be inspired, and there's it's a little bit like Amy Cockney Barrett. The Democrats can't stop it. How about Nancy Pelosi yesterday with Wolf Blitzer on CNN? If you missed it, don't worry. Pull up a seat. Turn up the speakers. Get out your computer because you're not gonna want to watch..

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"presidential commission" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"presidential commission" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Up calling me bad names in Greenwood. Green like print this out. That's going on right now. Is it you want to board? I love that email. Because one it tells me people listen to me. I have a voice in this world. This loth everything you well, The reason that I'm punchy and I go after you because you get like 60 of these emails a day ago, Jason, You're so amazing. Jason yourself, Jason. What you did on Fox News with revolutionary and you're gonna change the world and you're rising star and and you just get way too much of it. Somebody needs needs to bring you back down to earth. And that's why I'm here. It sounds like he brought you back down to Earth. No, If you think that's going to slow me down or give me some sort of really staggering up, you've got a different type of message that you needed to sleep. Look, this show's almost over. I got a lot of time to cry myself to sleep before I gotta be ready in 21 hours. Has a meaning that I loved it. It was the meanness and it was sent to the boss. And by the way, also to the programme director of a different station in the bills. I don't know what I really was sent Tio. It's and our program director in Cairo radio or sister state. It's just getting around from the worst person on the face of the Earth. This isn't forward it to R R G M. Oh, boy, Does that make my heart so happy? So we have a little bit of an update on President Donald Trump? According to his doctor, Sean Conley. Put out Ah memo today, saying the president will be able to return to public engagements this weekend. He says it will have been 10 days since the president was first diagnosed with B Corona virus. And that he anticipates that the president can get back to his usual schedule by Saturday, saying that the president has responded quote. Extremely well to treatment and says there's no sign of adverse therapeutic effects. Today the president has completed his course of therapy Fork over 19 is prescribed by his team of physicians. This is interesting because they already canceled the debate. For next Wednesday. And I don't know if that means this can maybe get things back on the books, although I did see report from Sara Carter from Fox News, saying both campaigns have agreed to a different schedule for the second debate, so we will still get three actual presidential debates. Now I'm only seeing that confirmed by one person. Aziz. You know as things move forward, let's say they've agreed in principle, Teo that debate just on a different day. They're still gonna have to agree to any potential. New rules established by the Presidential Commission of the Commission on Presidential Debates, so we'll see whether that happens, But the early word is that they are going to do it in person. Debate just won't be on Wednesday. When will it be? I don't know. But when it does happen, we, of course will be carrying it live.

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"presidential commission" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"presidential commission" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"And mean spirited posters that people put up calling me bad names in Greenwood. Green like print this out. That's going on right now Visit you on the board. I love that email. Because one it tells me people listen to me. I have a voice in this world. Just loathe everything you well, The reason that I'm punchy and I go after you is because you get like 60 of these emails a day ago, Jason, You're so amazing. Jason yourself Law, Jason, what you did on Fox News with revolutionary and you're gonna change the world and you're rising star and you just get way too much of it. Somebody needs needs to bring you back down to earth. And that's why I'm here. That sounds like he brought you back down to Earth Know if you think that's going to slow me down or give me some sort of really staggering up. You've got a different type of message that you needed to sleep. Look, this show's almost over. I got a lot of time to cry myself to sleep before I got to be ready in 21 hours. Does it mean email? I looked, it was the meanest and it was sent to the boss. And by the way, also to the programme director of a different station in the bills. I don't know what I really was sent to us who is our program director in Cairo radio. Our sister states. It's just getting around from the worst person on the face of the Earth. This is Ingrid forwarded to our our GM. Oh, boy, Does that make my heart so happy? So we have a little bit of an update on President Donald Trump? According to his doctor, Sean Conley. Put out Ah memo today, saying the president will be able to return to public engagements this weekend. He says it will have been 10 days since the president was first diagnosed with the Corona virus. And that he anticipates that the president can get back to his usual schedule by Saturday, saying that the president has responded quote extremely well to treatment. And says there's no sign of adverse therapeutic effects. Today. The president has completed his course of therapy for covert 19 prescribed by his team of physicians. This is interesting because they already canceled the debate. For next Wednesday and I don't know if that means this can maybe get things back on the books, although I did see report from Sara Carter from Fox News, saying both campaigns have agreed to a different schedule for the second debate, so we will still get Three actual presidential debates. Now I'm only seeing that confirmed by one person aside, you know, as things move forward, let's say they've agreed in principle. Teo that debate just on a different day. They're still gonna have to agree to any potential new rules established by the Presidential Commission of the Commission on presidential Debates, so we'll see whether that happens, But the early word is that they are going to do it in person. Debate just won't be on Wednesday. When will it be? I don't know. But when it does happen, we, of course will be carrying it live.

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"presidential commission" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"presidential commission" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I hire moderators that extremely hostile and and so I looked at this. Cochair gave $9000 to the Democrats. Another co chair gave $5000 to Denver, Jane Harman's When the border director, Old Democrat, she gives 30,000 of the Democrat You got another guy, another Democrat who said about you there's a great deal of fear and a great deal of anxiety in the country about you. You got another one on their board. It says you're disqualified. You should be disqualified as commander in chief. Then you have another guy who says you're ill equipped to the president's a former Obama flunky. Then you have Olympia Snowe, who's sort of a left wing Democrat, and she says You're hurting our brand. How in the hell can they set up a commission like this, which is supposed to be objective and impartial. Clearly, it's not. And then you're required to comply. They don't even contact your campaign to discuss what they want to do. Well, I know all about that. And if you look at it if you remember last time against crooked Hillary I had a debate where they oscillated my mike and they were forced to apologize. Legally, they were forced to apologize. They would turn my mike down, up and down whenever I look at her, and we caught him, and they actually apologize. I don't know if you remember, but it's important factor. No, it's it's a Clinton. Obama group of people and you know you have the one guy the chairman who's Who's basically a never Trumper, But now you put on Chris Wallace. He was terrible. The other night. I thought Chris Wallace was a disgrace the other night. Because we had we had Biden. He was on the run. When I have talked him about the Russian. Why did you get $3.5 Million from the head of Russia from Moscow's You know, the mayor must guess what He was totally on the run. And then what about the billion dollars? You're not going to do it unless you get rid of the prosecutor? And Chris Wallace kept interjecting saying You can say that you can't do this. Chris Wallace was terrible the other night. He will never be Mike. That's the only thing I can say about Chris. He'll never be Mike and I said all the time. He was bit and now they have a never Trumper. I didn't know too much about this guy from C span, but it turns out that he's a never Trumper. So I don't care about that. Because I've had Martha Raddatz. I've had him all And I've always won the debates. I think we won the debate the other night, but, you know, he kept saying false things lying about soldiers and graves lying a made up story. They made up the story. You know, they'll make up a story and put it out like it's riel. So if you don't interrupt me, and then people assume it's you have to sort of stick up for yourself. But they are a bad group of people and this debate commission. You know, it sounds so good. The Presidential commission and debates Sounds so wonderful. No, it's in my opinion. It's a crooked deal, but you look at the guy they given me for the next debate. He's a never Trumper Steve Scully. Mr President. I always seemed nice to me. I didn't know it was never. You don't know him. I don't know They haven't met him, but he's a C Span guy, but he's a never Trumper. And you can't put a never trump run..

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"presidential commission" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"presidential commission" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Show Debate over debates. Bus driver gunned down in broad daylight. Pelosi's 25th amendment distraction Whitman Biden, blaming the president for the kidnapping plot. Well, love debunk that myth immediately later on the White House drug czar will join us talk about illegal drugs being sent through the mail throughout the Baltimore Metro in Maryland area. Bill O'Reilly joins us. Little bit later on to talk about his new book and the debate on other things as well. Top story here today, of course, is the debate over the Bates Onda again. There's nothing debatable about this. The Presidential Commission on Debates is a biased Organization. They're filled with a bunch of lefties. Never Trumpers establishment Republicans, people friendly to President Trump on that debate and the course after Camel got wax the other day By Mike Pence all of a sudden, the next day they decide they're going to change into a virtual president said not going to happen. I'm not going to waste my time on a virtual debate. That's not what debating is all about. You sit behind a computer and do a debates. Ridiculous about aroma against You heard that right here, But last night with our colleague Sean Hannity, he expounded. I'm not Joe. But I'm not going to do a virtual debate sit behind a computer screen, and that gives him the answers because they'll be handing him. The answer is just like he gets when he asked me he does news conferences. He doesn't And they give him the answer. Given the question. And they gave him what kind of a news conference. He doesn't all the time. Joe Biden, of course, says he's sticking to the original schedule..

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"presidential commission" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"presidential commission" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Even in there. How did you hear about this box? So they know we sent you and also right, klaven and your How do you spell Cleaven box and also say Clay Evans, they were Cleaven. Yeah, Scale a k A V A. N So you're going to hear a lot of coverage, saying Biden won the debates, and there were ways in which he won. He didn't wet himself. He didn't fall over. So that was good for him. And even if he tied the Trump seems to be behind in the polls. If we can believe in the polls that didn't help, But he couldn't have won that big because the press remember Roberto Duran, the boxer who got in a fight with sugar Ray Leonard said No Moss who gave up Is that no mas no mas. Well, that's what the press is A no. Moss has got one Very simple question After what went down this evening. Do you think Joe Biden should participate in a second or third debate? Should the next two debates go on as scheduled? I wouldn't be surprised. By the way. If this is the last presidential debate. Isn't there any other debates? Are we really going to repeat this? Or we're gonna have another two Of these. I think we have to hear from the Presidential Commission on debates tomorrow way we can't do two more of these good things saw And the thing about this is This is the real debate, which I'm going to be talking about the minute I'm not talking about what really happened. Then there's the reporter debate, which, as you can guess, was a complete lie. It's just the press gang up to sell a complete lie. I said they were going to do it. You got tomorrow's news. If you were listening to our backstage, you got tomorrow's news today, which is now today's news today when I said they're just going to take one comment that he made and take it completely out of context and also lie about what he actually said, which I'll show you in just a second. But there is the debate that people heard right. There's the debate of substance and what was actually being said, which I think Trump won by a lot landslide. But there's also what people heard, which was just trump interrupting, continually punching it Biden and punching him around and I thought it was bad strategy twice, one because it made him look like a bully, You know, I mean, he is a bully and that that could be fine, but it just made him look kind of bad, But it also didn't let Biden get tired. It didn't let Biden talk and when he talks when he talks that Biden does really poorly So by not letting him talk, you know, Trump, I thought made a strategic error. There's some people saying Well, his strategy was to get Biden to denounce the left. And he did that. So maybe he estranged left. Maybe maybe he's playing three dimensional chess. But I just think you have to take into account what people saw and what people saw was just Chaos. It was absolute chaos, and that hurts Trump if he's behind in the polls, and we'll see in the next couple days as his ratings go down or up with the ratings of whether he's people view him favorably or not right now they're between 45 48. I think s O. We'll see if they go down up. When we'll find out coming up. We're going to take a look at the spin. Coming from both sides right here from Andrew Klavan show. This is Mike Donovan, host of not Free America on Saturdays at 9 A.m. Right here on K B. C am 7 90 in Los Angeles this weekend on not free America radio. Economic disaster looms as our GDP crashes. What is losing a third of our economy really mean. Meanwhile, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo takes Korean tainting travelers to a new extreme, and we talk facts about qualified immunity and the American police state..

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"presidential commission" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"presidential commission" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Over the debate in the debate rules. He's robbed around. Mike Russell Russell 105 50 K. F. Y I, Of course, Donald J. Trump claims I've evil. I won the election. I well, I mean the election. I wouldn't He will win the election. But I did win the debate hands down and night and I tend to agree with him. But I like most things in this this election. I'm one of half the other half disagrees with me. And that's okay because this is America and we can have Our own debates, even when it comes to debating, But it comes to when it comes down to the debate rules. Now the debate rules are going to be changed. Whether the with the Trump Administration Trump campaign wants it or not. They want the rules to be changed. Where now The rules are being suggested that there be mute buttons on the microphone where the moderator can mute the of the other person's microphone and ask Maybe Joe Biden a question Trump's Mike. Of course, this will not work. The stupidity of this is is well, let's let's be honest. They're government ing. The debates. They're going to run it like a government, so it's not going to work properly. If I mute Rob hunters. Let's say, let's say our boss mutes one of our microphones. If he meets mine, Rob can still talk and I can still talking. You can hear me in Rob's microphone. Some exams. I can I can still make my voice heard into your microphone. So it's just going to be I would not distance way. Michael Russell. We sit close. I know my design. I will back up and I will test this theory. I I will go. Donald Trump all over you. No problem. But here's the other idea. Right? Look, These were two grown man running for president. Of the United States of America. Here's what's gonna happen if Trump decides to yell over Biden, Biden yells over Trump. We decide whether we want to watch it or not. It's the public service. Most of us know how we're going to vote for. About three or 4% that are undecided at this moment. They can figure out what they want to do. Based on how President Trump or how Joe Biden Puts themselves out there. The Presidential Commission doesn't have to create all these new decorum rules because it'll look worse. If you cut off a president of middle of his statement, That's a terrible idea. Just let Trump do it. He's going to do and then make your judgments based on that, because all the things that I've seen Even from Republicans has been negative towards Trump. I'm tired of it. I'm absolutely 100 tired of the Democrats losing every time and having to change the rules so they can change rules if they get their butt whipped on stage. Now, we got to change the stage rules. If you get your but whipped in election Now we need to get rid of the electoral college. If you get your but whipped in election Now we gotta blame somebody else for a change all of the rules of the House of Representatives. In the hearings and were going to impeach impeach Duly elected, RGB dies And then we're gonna add more represents frame court changed the rules, which Biden still won't answer that question, by the way, asked again today. We are still going to be winning, and they're still going to try to change the rules, and I'm sick of it in the commissioner in elections there changing the rules right now it upsets me because I'm tired of them being able to change the rules. Every time they lose well married people are speaking and the powerful left and the media are doing everything they can to guilt. Everyone involved to changing the rules for them. It's terribly tired. Still, the third most watched presidential debate of all time. Behind the Clinton Trump won from 2016 and Reagan. One of Reagan's ones back in and on. It was 80 84 can't remember. 73 million people still watched it so people are still interested enough to turn on the debate and wait till you see the next one people. I was so turned off. I was aghast at the President. Oh, I couldn't believe they did that. This is going to hurt him in the election. They will have popcorn ready for the next election. I mean, the next debate. They are goingto watch. That's everyone who complains social media feed. That's really what it is. I'm not gonna look at social media. I'm not gonna post on social media there other talking trash all day Long. Biden today. Once again asked once again. I asked a very serious question. This isn't how do you feel about health care reform? How do you feel about immigration reform? It isn't those softball electoral questions that air lob to the Democrats all the time. How do you feel about Donald Trump's actions at his rally last night? Softball question. This is one question that they get asked every single day, even their surrogates and they won't answer. Will you and the Democrats pack the court? Will you add more seats to the Supreme Court? If you are elected president, take control. All of the Senate. No, that's exactly.

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"presidential commission" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"presidential commission" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You're different approaches even affected the way that you have campaign President Trump, you're holding large rallies. With crowds packed together thousands of people outside Yes, sir. And grade Vice President Biden you are holding much smaller events was nobody will show up people with nobody shows up to his head. In any case. Why you holding the big rallies? Why you not? You goes for sir. Because people want to hear what I have to say. Come on, man. Well of that. That is just brilliant. And here's the other thing Wallace had created these long 30 45 2nd questions. And he wanted to be able to just show everybody how smart he was. He's the smartest guy in the room. Really. He should be president. These other guys and I love how he started off with this false modesty of To do my job. You won't even know I'm here. Well, we know you were there, Wallace. And it wasn't great. All right, so he was so upset when somebody would interrupt his question, But his questions with that great so trumps like nobody showed his event. And so because of the interruptions, you know this is why the media now the mainstream media and the liberals in the far left in the celebrities, but I repeat myself. Say there should be no more debates. Can you cut one? Just a little montage from CNN? MSNBC. What are they saying here, so very simple question After what went down this evening. Do you think Joe Biden should participate in a second or third debate? Should the next two debates go on as scheduled? I wouldn't be surprised. By the way. If this is the last presidential debate. Isn't there any other debates? Are we really going to repeat this? Or we're gonna have another two. Of these. I think we have to hear from the Presidential Commission on debates tomorrow way we can't do two more of these. Why are we bothering a with a discussion? Of the rules of format of time limits of moderators at all when we have just seen What is going to happen? And of course, it's all trumps fault. According to these people, we can't do two more of these. What you mean we can't do it. What are we going to die? Is it going to be into the world? Of course we could do him. It was May's we want and two things. Let me translate this for you. All these media people are afraid that Biden lost that. No, Greg, come on. Everybody knows Trump lost that debate. Really? Then why don't they want more? I mean, really, It's not that that's what I wanted to say. The second that debate was over and I heard the left going crazy about how it's awful inviting shouldn't do it and it's horrible and obviously buying one. We'll find one that you want more of these. They should want more and more and more of these So that's translation and one translation number two. Thank God Biden got through it. We don't need to put him up there again. He was really in trouble. Near the end of that debate. He had a lot of faux pause that people didn't see because Trump was interrupting. Well, let's cut this off now. Chad in Georgia wants to chime in on this, Chad, you are on the savage nation. My name's Greg Knapp, filling in Hey, Greg. Hey, I appreciate it. Just Yeah. Comment. You know, I really do not understand. The whole thing. Your people were everybody and don't get me wrong. I understand the bickering and the buses that went on between today and how that kind of foreign people and made him a little discouraged about things. But The main point of what I think everybody if they were currently listless, should've got from it is Well, that'll change and that is where the left party staying.

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"presidential commission" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"presidential commission" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"407. Washington comes to talk. We got Green Channel get her reflections on the Supreme Court nomination process. In the counterterrorist about go through. She's covered the Supreme Court's time Now. Chuck Ross Daily Caller News Foundation talk about James Comey's testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee and recent revelations about Obama Gate right now, I'm talking to you copulate 6:30 a.m. a L about debates Who won them the president against remarks, really? He Resident. Trump thinks he won the debate breaking breaking President Trump Also Joe Biden. He thinks he won the debate breaking Work would work lets you hear a little bit from the two candidates in a moment and also we do know now from the Presidential Commission on debates that they're going to be making some changes, and, as they put it, adding some structure to the upcoming two more remaining debates, I should say, according to Norah O'Donnell, CBS News she is reading. I don't know how unreliable Norah O'Donnell is, but I do like her husband's restaurants exclusively reporting now, 30 minutes ago, CBS News has learned the Commission on presidential Debates plans to issue strict new rules in the coming days that include cutting off a candidate's microphone if they violate the rules. According to an inside source there. That's fascinating. Who decides I want to know who it is that decides that that person has violated the rules. Now we're going to cut off their microphone. Will it be candy Crowley? This is just too dangerous, Dangerous game. Alright. Your reflections on last night's debate didn't change anyone's mind. Do you think if you met anybody today is that well, now that the debate is over, I think this is how I'm going to vote. I wasn't gonna vote this way. But because of the debate does that person even exist in our universe? People ate 6 30 W. Now here's the president today. By every measure, we want the debate.

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"presidential commission" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"presidential commission" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"P I medical Virginia dot com Traffic and weather the day's top stories, and you think the Larry O'Connor show continue Our conversation about last night's debate started by Suggesting maybe changes to the format of the Presidential Commission has signaled that they will be entertaining changes. Make it a little more structured. Triple 8 30 W M A. L I, Gary in Waldorf. Go ahead, Gary, you are on I love your show, man. The everyday Thanks, Carrie. I was just sick last night. I'm so sick of everybody gang up on shop, and then we'll turn around and call him. Bully man. But what I would like to see done is have to mediators. Joe Biden can have his running mate, Miss Hair. At his media. Shrunken head life. President passes mediator They can both As you know, it's Canada. Question. Let the other one respond. Give him three minutes of uninterrupted. Talked out his bike. Most talked so much. And then after that, after everyone has their say, Give them my extra two minutes. Just battle it out. Yeah. That Listen, I kind of like what you where you're going with that Gary and appreciate the call, especially like the idea of there being two moderators, but instead of having to be their running mates, why not let each of the candidates pick their moderators right? Biden can pick someone.

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"presidential commission" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"presidential commission" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Guess it was entertainment. It was the most outrageous, amazing presidential debate. I think any of us can remember Jason. There's been a lot of talk that lots of people have pretty much made up their mind. That may, in fact be evident by what happened last night when you look at the ratings. Pair them with previous debates, right? Yeah, although I was fascinated on all the wrap up shows and and on Twitter. There are a lot of people who were talking about how they were undecided and they were watching these debates and I was thinking who are these people who are undecided at this point really matter where you fall in the political spectrum? I mean, I would think most people made a decision at this point. And voting has already started and in a lot of places, But when it came to actually watching, and this has been something, you know we've been wrapped up in for months now, among other issues, from covert 19 Tio protests and things like that. The presidential election has been a TTE, the center of Pretty much everything, so I thought the numbers would have been higher. But last night, according to the early numbers from Neil's in 29 Million people tuned in for the debate across the four broadcast network. So that's ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox with ABC. My network being the highest so go us good, good job for us, but that 29 million is much lower than 2016. In the first debate between Hillary Clinton and President Trump, which was watched by 45 million people, just across the networks. And then if you add in the cable and the streaming and all that that 2016 number got 2 84 million, which was the most watched debate. Of all time, and this number is not going to get anywhere near there. They're going to add in the streaming and the cable and you know people are streaming is definitely a lot more popular these days. So that those numbers they're going to go up significantly, but that's a 35% drop from four years ago. Do we have any indication as to Ah, if people stayed with the debate because it was so contentious, and people talking over each other in that type of thing. I wonder after the first half hour first hour if a lot of people just sort of threw up their hands and watch baseball or whatever else was on right, and that's a great point. And anecdotally I can tell you that the people that I was texting with in communicating with last night that was the case that they were You know, At some point, they were just sick of the whole thing. So they decided not to watch any more. And I know a lot of people felt that way. As for the specific breakdowns, though, we won't get those for a little while. And so we won't really know if people tuned out after 15 minutes, half an hour, whatever that that information will be available at some point, But as of right now, we don't know. And with that 90 minutes, you know, there were no commercials. No breaks. No time for me to go to the bathroom. Or just take a breather from all of what was going on on, so I'm sure people had to have been tuning out. So if we're speculating here, But it is unlikely that the second debate or third debate or the VP debate will have nearly the same audience at this point. A lot of times, people will watch the first one. They kind of see what they want to see. And then they've kind of done that right? Probably not. It'll be interesting because this debate did definitely generate a lot of publicity, A lot of chatter, a lot of social media buzz and things like that people talking about so people might tune into the next one to see. Is it going to get worse? Or people might have been turned off completely? We don't know that kind of stuff yet. We do know that the Presidential Commission on Debates they put out that they're gonna have Some new rules to try to keep things a little more civil and keep things more in line and on topic. They weren't specific about those. I don't so I don't know what it's going to be there. I don't know if the next debate is the town hall style debate. It is so so things are going to be, it will be. It'll have a different flavor, No matter what s Oh, I don't know if that'll change people's minds in the way that they want to tune in. But generally you would think you know if you go by 2016 and some of the other the past history on ratings on this, the first debates the Big one. That's where you see the face off for the first time. That's what gets the numbers. If this one didn't get those kind of level of numbers, I don't think I don't see the 2nd and 3rd getting those kinds of well, of course, The other thing is just to just to point this out. In terms of impressions. A lot of people don't watch the debate, but they sort of see the highlights of the debate over the next three or four days, or at least the next news cycle. And that's kind of what that's what sticks because there may be four or five clips that they will see. And that kind of Ah, maybe sets the tone for whether they're going to watch the rest of the debates. Sure, and you're talking about, you know things that are fracturing audiences and things that are fracturing TV audiences and things like that and have been for a long time, though, when it usually comes to a debate and again like we saw four years ago with the record numbers People tune in at the time to watch live, That's you know, It's like a football game or sports or an Oscars. The people don't time delay that stuff. They watch it at the time so they can be a part of the conversation..

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'No winner tonight': Undecided voters weigh in on debate

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:04 min | 1 year ago

'No winner tonight': Undecided voters weigh in on debate

"Of last night's chaotic presidential debate, local political analysts are saying there was no winner in the American voting public are the losers. We get more from Kemal's Corwin hate. Those who expected coherence and clearly stated positions from the two nominees likely came away. Disappointed. We all lost tonight, and it's just a sad commentary for people who support both Biden and Trump. This was a mess. Ron Dots, our political strategist, and Cuomo, analyst and Pacific University professor, Jim More commenting for K two in Portland. I beat Bernie Sanders. Not very much. President. Trump set the tone right out of the gate, refusing to let Challenger bite and complete a sentence. You would have lost every problem. He knows how to choose her Tuesday. You look very large delight and resorted to talking over. Trump's comment is not a right wing problem is a levy I direct. This is left with white dots our questions whether there should even be a second in the proposed Siri's of three debates. I would expect the Presidential commission to step in and say, Look, Folks, This is just not acceptable to the American public. Corwin Hey HQ Momo News. Starting

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"presidential commission" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"presidential commission" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Hears Here's President Trump giving Joe Biden all the ammunition he needs. To say, you know, we're not debating any more. You're not worth it. All the ammunition he needed by with the interruptions and everything else. I'm sorry I Look policy wise. I'm with Trump. The debate performance was terrible. It was poorly executed, and that's all there is to it. He was still better than Biden. But it was just bad. Don't say otherwise. Please don't embarrass yourself. But he gave Biden the out. And I'm not the only one saying it so very simple question After what went down this evening. Do you think Joe Biden should participate in a second or third debate? Should the next two debates go on as scheduled? I wouldn't be surprised. By the way. If this is the last presidential debate. Isn't there any other debates? Are we really going to repeat this or we're gonna have another two of these. I think we have to hear from the Presidential Commission on debates tomorrow. We We can't do two more of these. Why are we bothering a with a discussion of the rules of format of time limits of moderators at all when we have just seen What is going to happen? Oh, Oh, he's going to cancel. He's gonna cancel, and now he gets the pass because he did. The thing he showed up lasted 90 minutes, and he's gonna walk off stage left and calm or lids and let the media carry the water for him. Calling my shot right there. Matt Bear has traffic..

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"presidential commission" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

08:14 min | 3 years ago

"presidential commission" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The Trump campaign was spied on now back to Brett winnable on AM seven sixty talk in breaking news. Good davir. It's the Brentwood. Herbal show sixty talking breaking news. Welcome back to the program. He is Mark Moreno, he's the founder of climate depot dot com. He's also the author of the politically incorrect guide to climate change. Mark. Morongo. Good to have you back. My friend. Thank you. Happy to be here. This is a dark day in American history. 'cause we're rejecting twenty six years of established climate science, according to Alexandria cussin'. This is good. This is good things. Number one over overnight. She came out and said that it's the climate change is causing the migrant crisis from Central America. Right. We know that. Yes. Then she she did a little hearing today, and she's talking to John Kerry. Now, I want you to react to this that John Kerry says fired up John go that is absolutely certainly decided as a matter of scientific fact two and two four four and four is eight we can predict when the sun and moon rise as we have tables to do it with with the same certainty. We know that human beings are responsible for the rise of CO two contributing climate change. So we have to lower it. And the fact is we are currently on track. Not to hit two degrees. But to hit four to four point five degrees in this century. It's all settled their Mark. So it's been great having you on the show. We'll talk to you know, what how do you react today? It's it's all settled, it's all settled, Mark. Well, I mean, this is just the. I had enough of this. This can't continue. We have the Trump administration. Silent we have government scientists who at the whip. The Trump administration who can't gag orders until they do a presidential commission on climate. They need to speak out. They can't allow this clown show to continue what John Kerry said first of all the first part of a statement was very carefully worded. He said it is with absolute certainty that humans are responsible for the rise of CO two. That is actually true human emissions have made carbon dioxide levels. Go up in the atmosphere from about two hundred and fifty into a little over four hundred parts per million now. But then he said, which is I think you said, you're contributing you're causing climate issue. How much is it the control or is that you can't even distinguish it from natural variability, then he goes on the clown show goes on and he actually talked about four or five degrees. Which is like now we're getting into the realm of farcical fantasy the whole degree temperature. Target was pulled from sin air, according to u n scientists climate gate emails came out years ago, even admit these are just he's a political statements. They've actually said he's a political. Bulls political almost predictions when they talk about how to lower CO two or lower emissions or reduce them, some reduce it in increase of them in order to somehow stop temperature from rising. So John Kerry said he did a bunch of different shifts in the middle of that. But the message that he claims there's no dissent. Completely false. Okay. So here's the question. This is clearly not a political debating, this is an article of religio city is I mean, there is really not going to be any way to reason with them in any way, shape or form. Like, we would maybe try to reason with somebody who is an extremist from another part of the world with another kind of an ideology. Right. I mean, it is just no way. There's no way to directly is these people know, but what you gotta do is expose it, and and and and attack and break apart all their arguments because we still have the American middle. And we have the other people who are still completely skeptical. What the greatest danger we face right now. John Kerry, it isn't AFC. I'll give you the name. It's Lindsey Graham. It's Representative from Florida. It's Mitt Romney Republicans who are coming out. And basically advocating for a green new deal light with quote market solution. These market solutions are a step away from what carbon taxes, and that's what they carbon-tax advocates colony market solution. A grand new taxing authority by the government to save us from the the threat that doesn't exist. So this is a huge problem. But I don't like to see there was some pushback by the Republican congress members on the panel. It was very good. I just don't like to see John Kerry getting away with this nonsense. And I I'm fascinated. She said twenty six years. That's nineteen Ninety-three. If I'm doing my math correctly, right? What happened in nineteen Ninety-three that established as I can't think of any watershed year? Say twenty six years. I know why Al Gore became the vice Al Gore became the vice president ninety there you go. I wasn't thinking that you're right. So we we we had a climate. We had a climate advocate finally in the White House in Aalborg as the VP. Okay. Let me let me tell one I want to illustrate this by bipolar two things off of your climate depot set one of them is from like in the last couple of days. One of them is from a few weeks back when we were talking. But but you'll recall the story, I know today there's one that's got post up of their new climate porn global warming forces walruses to jump to their deaths. Now you and I would laugh about that. But that is exactly the kind of thing that's going to get taught in some sixth grade science class or third grade science class, it's going to get the kids all upset and get people all emotion, right? This is the sort of propaganda. We're talking about Mark. Yes. And why do you think we're hearing about walruses and not the icon with ball? Yeah. Why not what happened replace it climate point? The reason is simple the polar bear population in the Arctic. Al Gore warned about in his first film had expanded so much. I think it's over thirty thousand now at or near historic population high they've never measured account as many polar bears ever in new at people are amazed at the number polar bears, even their elders have never seen that long before mankind could have been responsible. But interestingly enough, Al Gore got this message. You know, how we know he got this message after helping make polar busy iconic climate change in two thousand seven with his Nobel prize in his movie and book, his sequel in two thousand seventeen flip through his book watch the movie, guess, what's not mentioned at all. Bears. Gore. Got the message that it. So the now switching over to walruses, and they're doing it very very badly. David at borough making these absurd claims and a British documentary, and people are just going know, scientists are going nuts. Ridiculing the whole concept saying, basically, total fiction and nonsense. All the stuff that these walruses are climbing are plunging to their deaths on these great heights because of climate change. This is so absurd and awful. Okay. That was item number one item. Number two is a little more subtle. We we know about the whole climate reparations conversation about who should bear the burdens and things like that. But I remember a couple of weeks ago you and I were talking might have been on Newsmax. And you pointed out the fact that there was a study put out by university that claimed that it was specifically white men that were causing the climate change because of the eating of meat is that is that what what the problem was here. Well, there were several studies. Yeah, I all there was a pollution study saying that white people create more pollution in blacks, and Hispanics and native study that said they had a study previously back in two thousand five UN conference. It said men create global warming and women are hit the hardest by it. They had it split agenda while then they had a study that said that white that white men cod. Global warming more than blacks are Spanish, they're more. They're less carbon friendly. And they actually had they brought gender back into it. Because they're saying that it's considered feminine to do earth friendly acts. If you recycle if you share about the environment at tina's feminist, so men aren't gonna aren't going to do that. And then on top of that we had the group in Africa. We talked about reparations who who seizing white farm owners lands. Yes. In South Africa. And I can't remember the name of this group at the moment, but they.

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Trump to seek to "harden" schools against shootings

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 4 years ago

Trump to seek to "harden" schools against shootings

"Live from NPR News in Washington on core of a Coleman, President Trump is setting up a presidential commission to explore school safety. It's led by education secretary, Betsy DeVos, NPR's Scott Horsely reports. This is the president's first formal policy response to last month's deadly school shooting in Florida, the agenda ally. The White House is generally consistent with policy positions of the National Rifle Association that group supports arming teachers and other school staffers, as well as improving background checks. Although President Trump initially supported a higher age limit for gun purchases. The White House left that out of its recommendation to states. The NRA opposes higher age limits, though administration officials say the Presidential Commission will explore that idea. NPR Scott Horsely North Korean state media has been silent on the upcoming summits with the US and South Korea NPR's Illyes Hugh reports, South Korea suspects. It's because Pyongyang is being cautious North Korean state. Media hasn't covered Kim Germans invitation to meet US President, Donald Trump, the tightly controlled state information arms did note a visit to Pyongyang by South Korean on voice last week during which South Korea says, Kim invited South Korean president Moon Jae in and US President Trump for face-to-face meetings. Further the foreign ministry in Seoul says it has received no official response from the north about the US-North Korea summit Trump last week. Agreed to a meeting with Kim Jong un by May the two Koreas meanwhile will hold a summit at the inter-Korean border in April Elise Hugh NPR News soul voters in southwestern Pennsylvania head to the polls tomorrow for a special election in a congressional district that heavily favored President Trump for member station. W, E S A Lee herring reports on the surprisingly close contest polls. Show a statistical tie between Democrat, Conner Lam, a moderate and former federal prosecutor and Republican Rexecode an ardent conservative in. Member of the Pennsylvania house, The GOP isn't taking the race for granted. This past weekend Trump held a rally for succumbed to try to boost the candidate. The Republican has taken fire for running a campaign that some say, lacks the energy and discipline on Liam side for the GOP defeat here, what some called Trump country could foreshadow broader losses in the upcoming mid-term elections. National republican groups have spent millions on the race in there. Hoping Trump's visit will motivate enough voters to turn out for Sokoto For NPR News. I'm only herring in Pittsburgh. The National Weather Service is warning the Northeast that it's going to get its third strong winter storm to hit in two weeks. This could bring heavy winds and more than a foot of wet snow. That could mean more power outages on top of the outages. The customers got in the last two nor'easter's The Weather services also warning of the possibility of minor coastal flooding The storm is still developing. You're listening to NPR. The Trump administration is moving to limit who was granted asylum in the United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions has made legal filings this month that could affect people seeking the status Sessions is trying to eliminate what he calls rampant fraud and abuse in asylum applications. These have risen sharply. In recent years immigrant's rights activists save thousands of legitimate. Asylum seekers could be turned away including victims of domestic violence. Five people are dead after a helicopter crashed in New York City's east river from member station WNYC Sean Carlsson has more The Eurocopter a as 350 went down in the waters between the boroughs of Manhattan and Queens. Just after seven p. m. Sunday night Six people including the pilot were aboard the helicopter which was privately-chartered for a photo shoot police and firefighters responded to the scene. The New York City Police Department says, divers entered the water to cut loose the passengers who were still strapped into the submerge. Overturned helicopter Two people were pronounced dead on the scene. The pilot managed to free himself and was unharmed the FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the crash For NPR News. I'm Sean Carlsson in New York in China, the National People's Congress has amended the country's constitution and abolished presidential term limits. It means at current president Xi Jinping we'll be able to rule indefinitely. A term limits were first put in place under Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping in 1982 They were intended to stop any returned to the dictatorship of Mao Tse tung on Korver Coleman NPR News in Washington.

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