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"professor law" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:22 min | 4 months ago

"professor law" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"I believe it's our first visit. We appreciate your time, sir. How likely this debate tonight? How likely is that? Anything That happens will change even a single vote in Wisconsin. I think that's pretty unlikely. You know, you think of all the cataclysmic things that have happened over the last 12 to 14 months. It seems unlikely that tonight's debate is really going to change things fundamentally, and you've looked at this county by county and precinct by precinct north of the Cheddar Curtain, haven't you? Well, look at it pretty closely. Yes, sir. Let's go back in the introduction. I mentioned that overwhelmingly polarized. That's your your phrase for Wisconsin. And you say this developed during the Obama years? Can you elaborate on that? Sure what we saw through that George W. Bush administration wass that in good times, the opposite party would at least raised their approval levels of a president. Some And then in bad times, Even the president's party would lower their approval Writings well during the Obama administration, Republicans became less than 10% approving. I mean, no matter what throughout his term, and Democrats stayed in a 75 85% approval throughout With President Trump. It's been even stronger them. Democrats have been below 10% throughout his entire term, and Republicans even stronger in support 85 to 90% through the whole term. And it doesn't really matter whether things are getting better getting worse. We're having an emergency. We're not having an emergency. Those numbers just dont change very much. Professor Charles Franklin is here Professor law and public policy Director of the Marquette Law School Pole. What do you attribute that to? Inasmuch as you know, when you do your poles of your focus groups that people no matter what this president or any president's says, or does they're with him Lock, stock and barrel? I think it's the bitterness of partisan debate that's been growing and in some ways, Wisconsin was a little ahead of the rest of the country. We had a very bad fight over Governor Walker's limiting of public sector unions in 2011. And that divided the party's very sharply here. Even before Donald Trump came on the same, you can push it back a little bit further beginning in the nineties and following and growing after that. People came to see the opposite party in especially negative terms, even though they don't love their own party any better. And so that negative partisanship is it calls is it's called Means that you think the other party really is going to destroy the country, as opposed to being simply people you strongly disagree with on policy or even on personalities. What does that say? For our future when opposite political views, consider your political views to be an existential threat to the survivability of our representative republic. That bodes pretty poorly. I think I am seriously normative Lee quite concerned about it. You hear Democrats say that Donald Trump is a threat to democracy. And you also hear President Trump and Senator Ron Johnson hearing in Wisconsin, saying just this week that Democrats don't love America on, I think those are extreme statements. They harken back to the rhetoric. We heard pre civil war. I'm not saying we're going to have a civil war, but I certainly think, uh, we have reached a point. Where it's hard to be comfortable with the other party winning and holding power for four years, and then you get a chance to vote him out. Dad comfort level of being able to think. Okay. I'm not going to like the next four years, but it will be fine and we'll get him next time. That spirit I think has really dwindled over the last 20 years. Certainly over the last 12 years and I hope that the country and our leadership will find ways to fight each other tooth and nail in elections. But then Shake hands and fight it out in Congress for the next four years. I wish there was a time machine so I could take Senator Johnson back to meet Harry Truman. And have Johnson tell Truman that Democrats don't love America, then I'd like to see what Truman did. I suspect he would have strong opinions on that I suspect is, Truman once said about a writer. If I ever run across this guy on the street, he's going to need a beef steak for his eye. Yeah, Yeah, Give them hell. Harry did indeed give Appel Now, one other thing I have to point out and we're talking about Professor Charles Franklin from a Marquette law school. He runs the pole there four years ago. The Marquette poll very well respected, showed Hillary Clinton running well ahead of Trump in Wisconsin on the eve. Of the 2016 election. What have you changed as far as your methodology to more accurate this year? Yeah, That's exactly Rite. We had Clinton ahead by six and Trump won by almost one point, So we were way off. We had good company. Nobody else got the race right either. I think the biggest thing is that this time we have an incumbent president that people already know a lot about and opinions are just very much more fixed. About half assed. Many people are undecided this year, as there were at this 0.4 years ago and four years ago, 22% disliked both Clinton and Trump. This year. It's only about 8%. So those two things really reduced the amount of swing that we could expect to see in the last week or so of the campaign. That said. Nobody should forget that we were wrong last time, and everybody should understand that polls don't vote. It's in the hands of voters. And what you do between now and election Day is and should be. What determines the election. I hope you're interested in the polls. But don't let them guide your life. Professor. Thank you. That's a great advice. We'll leave it there for this visit. Thank you for your.

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"professor law" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"professor law" Discussed on KGO 810

"Okay. Sam in still do we Paul now? Okay. Paul. Yes. Garden, and it's locked up that is very safe. A lot of men in our society. Really don't have a central power. In their lives. I think gun ownership and having a lot around gives them a sense of power. And it gives them a sense of say versus government, and the liberals and all that sort of thing. So I really think it gives us up to do some people feel powerless. I think that's one of the reasons we ever gun culture here. That's an interesting point. And there are so many different ways of expressing it. And again, I'm not against legal firearm ownership what I'm suggesting is boy this guy, and so many of the other mass killers had something wrong. And we all knew it. The police knew at mental health professionals knew the law needs to change. They can't have ready access. It should not be legal for them to acquire or maintain firearms in the residence where they are located that would include in the case of Adam Lanza, sandy hook his mom shouldn't have been able to have firearms. She clearly did not secure them properly. He got them Jared Goff ner. How did he get firearms? The guy that the Aurora. Shooting. Same thing. Again. These are all people we knew something was not right going on there. They should not have had access to firearms. Yes. We need to have an appeals process. Yes. There needs to be an judical, Tori process for them to appeal. I totally agree. But no, they should not have access to the firearms. It's just that simple. By the way. Paul. I was in the army. I fired AR fifteen. I have a shotgun. I legal legal firearm owner for many, many years, myself included, family members of legal firearm. I'm not against firearms. I'm against people who shouldn't have them having them, and then going out and killing a lot of people totally against it. Four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten thanks so much for calling in Paul. It's always good to hear from you Jose in Redwood City Jose, you're on KGHM with Ethan Bearman high and like you I was trained to handle firearms correctly. I have a healthy fear of them. I have no need for them at my present living situation. And if I can't get lately, I don't want what I did want to call your attention to an organization. Hold up. I can't remember their name, but their addresses every town dot ORG, and it's a coalition of former police chiefs violence victims orders for responsible down ownership, and I'm all for that. Because we, you know, we get more of these every day. And like you said thank God. That's why we're here by because there would have been more. It makes me sad. We have to fix this. Yeah. I thank you for point. I I am on every town dot ORG website, right now Jose, so thank you for calling in an pointing me to them. If that's what it is. It's preening responsible. And this is why so many of us are so angry with groups like the NRA who fight any any action to make us safer, by the way, because I know they're going to be a lot of people who want to claim everybody should have a firearm. If everybody in that bar had been armed by. Golly. Everything would have been better. I off not even Israel. Do they do that you still have to be properly trained, even in Israel? You have to be properly trained and licensed to carry your firearm or you're already in the military. And that's why you have your firearm. Very very tight rules around that. Furthermore, Stanford University, professor law. Professor John Donohue has researched. And studied this Stanford right here. Okay. What does he say about this data across all fifty states and the district of Columbia from the period? Nineteen seventy seven through two thousand fourteen they evaluated the impact on violent crime. When a state adopted a right to carry law that allowed citizens to carry concealed weapons outside the home right to carry. Meaning like, Texas has that. And the result was the net effect of allowing citizens to carry concealed handguns was an increase in violent crime, which essentially rose to about a fifteen percent increase not decrease increase in violent crime after ten years of the existence of the right to carry law. So data show. Show that day just everybody. I've a gun actually leads to more violence more not less. So that argument doesn't work. The other reason that argument doesn't work. Is. Well, just look at Jared Goff ner. Do you remember that he the guy who shot congresswoman Gabby giffords there were concealed carry permit holders in the crowd in Tucson, Arizona. And they said they did not fire their weapon because it wasn't clear. It wasn't a clear shot, and they were afraid of being shot by law enforcement when law enforcement arrived, those two factors played in. So in a bar a dark bar during a country music festival really or country music night that you're gonna have a clear shot. I don't think. So I don't think so four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten s in in Sacramento s in your on K G O eight ten with Ethan Bearman. Thank you. Thanks for taking my call. First of all, I can't wait does channel block before Armstrong and Getty this clown's. But anyway, my point is we should ban guns. And I disagree with even when people are saying the owners. Responsible. No, you're talking about data. Were police guys there there were sheriff there he got shot. They couldn't kill them or they still took twelve twelve people with them. Look at the other nations. Australia Europe, one common thing is gone team. They don't have mass shootings. You know, why? Because there are no guns. That is a common theme. Take guns away from everyone only police and military should have them. That's the reason. There's no reason for any of the rich, and then you talk about amendment. Yes. It's time to change as more than two hundred years ago and people who are with this about the right to bear arms. Have those rifles when they pulled the powder in and use them. Yes. You can have those rifles. But no, you're not going to get any Hamdun or any firearm other than that. That's my argument of this discussion. I mean, look at this. It's a sad and horrible. It is sad and horrible. I appreciate your argument. And and I would love it. If there weren't any guns at all either. I honestly, and and as somebody who's been around him quite a bit since I joined the boy scouts is where I I used a firearm and. But if we would have to change the constitution, which is a big hurdle to get over Essen. Thanks so much ringing in. I mean, I keep taking your calls on this. What a horrible horrible another mass shooting. This time down in southern California at a bar Ventura County, and again, thankfully, there is law enforcement nearby. Otherwise, it would have been more than twelve deceased four one five.

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"professor law" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"professor law" Discussed on AM Joy

"One of the reasons I respect for Manafort so much is he went through that, you know, they make up stories, people make up stories. This whole thing about flipping. They call it. I know all about flipping for thirty forty years. I've been watching flippers. Everything's wonderful. And then they get ten years in jail, and they flip on whoever the next highest one is or as high as you can go. It almost oughta be outlawed. It's not fair. There is evidence. Donald Trump is feeling the strain of the many, many Neagle problems appearing to circle around him. So what does he afraid of and what more information could Michael Cohen have on Trump? We've got one clue earlier this week when New York state subpoenaed Cohen as part of its investigation into the Trump foundation Cohen reportedly responded personally asking how he could help an earlier this week is turning Lanny Davis, dangled visible carrot with our own Rachel Matto. Mr. Cohen has knowledge on certain subjects that should be of interest to the special counsel and is more than happy to tell the special counsel all that he knows not just about the obvious possibility of a conspiracy to collude and corrupt. The American democracy system in the two thousand sixteen election, which the Trump Tower meeting was all about, but also knowledge about the computer crime of hacking and whether or not Mr. Trump knew ahead of time doing now, the new schools, my Wiley professor law and towards town law school..

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"professor law" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"professor law" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This theme of originalism with maria calling us maria welcome hi thank you yes really quickly how does being an originalist connect to his stated opinion that trump cannot be prosecuted while he's the president i don't really understand that that connection there so i can take my answer off the air now can you help us personal item that bernadette meyler yes definitely so his opinion connects with his view of what the founders would have thought about executive power and so i in general with regard to executive power he has a very strong view about the power of the president so for example he thinks the president should be able to remove certain administrative agency officials without a requirement of of cause because the president should be in control of the executive branch and is the one who would be democratically accountable so he views this kind of executive immunity from prosecution during his time in office as derived from a founding era under standing about what kind of immunity and executive official would have and of course this raises the question of how much the executive in the american context was supposed to be different from the king in the british context right i think a lot of these constructions of executive power i under originalists aversion views i hearken back to aspects of royal power right or royal prerogative and then there's really a question about how much we want to endorse as a democracy these extensive and expansive use of executive power that are derived from regal power meyler again is professor law at stanford and you heard the.

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"professor law" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"professor law" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Tony cats on facebook tony cats radio twitter tony cats cats all the places it'd be don't mind give it a fall of the popcorn you have to hear to believe then grab your popcorn because there is a more now i was i've been talking about what's going on with robert mueller investigation this thing called operation crossfire hurricane this four thousand word piece of from the new york times over the weekend that while the new york times is desperate to explain that what happened with the trump campaign was an investigation by the fbi and others to see whether or not there was any level of collusion between the trump campaign and the and the russians that's not the case the new york times piece is very much about a counter intelligence operation and this counter intelligence operation requires answers no one was charged with a crime why is it that the the fbi the cia who's looking into the trump campaign and for what purpose did you have a criminal activity that you are investigating or are you looking hoping to find some criminal activity because those are very very different things and we talked about how the the president went on sunday put out on twitter i'm going to demand that the doj look into this and did the department of justice or the fbi under previous administered under the previous administration in the obama administration look into the trump campaign for political purposes so there's there's a moment where obama's get get dragged into this that's coming and i'll get into that more tomorrow with margot cleveland of the federalist a lawyer professor law professor at notre dame but it was the president putting out that tweet that tweet and.

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"professor law" Discussed on WBOB 600AM

WBOB 600AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"professor law" Discussed on WBOB 600AM

"An absolute knucklehead and there's even more to demonstrate this point i have a buddy bill jacobson a professor law professor will be on the program next hour he runs a wonderful website called legal insurrection so he'll dig into this more thoroughly but we have as you know if you listen to this program paul manafort's lawyers his legal team they went into federal court and they said look muller does not have a thirty he doesn't have authority to charge our guy and all these areas have nothing to do with the campaign and collusion we have a constitutional system the officer here's the attorney general the united states he's recused himself for very specific reason involving a very specific subject the deputy attorney general does not have the power to effectively seized control from the attorney general by expanding muller's investigation into areas where the attorney general has not recused now we've talked about that that was written up here at law and crying paul manafort's legal team is fighting in court to get his indictment dismissed based on the legal theory that muller doesn't have authority to prosecute them in the first place and they claim that muller's team overstepped the authority granted to him by indicting manfred with crimes that were not directly related to russian election meddling an app to think they're quite right late monday evening muller's team fired back with their own response they pointed to the may twenty seventeen appointment order which says that muller can investigate any links and coordination between the russian government and individuals associated with the campaign the president trump any matters that arose or may arise directly from the investigation and any other matters within the scope twentyeight cfr section what doesn't matter as we pointed out the last part refers to a regulation that says the special counsel will be provided with a specific factual statement of the matter to be investigated mullahs contents that he didn't skirt the regulation here because he did indeed receive a specific factual statement of the matter be investigated from deputy attorney general rod rosenstein.

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"professor law" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"professor law" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You're listening to denali great one the great one and you can call in now eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one so no republican president should ever appoint trae couty to any significant prosecutorial position at the united states department of justice he has revealed himself as being a knucklehead an absolute knucklehead and there's even more to demonstrate this point i have a buddy bill jacobson a professor law professor will be on the program next hour he runs a wonderful website called legal insurrection so he'll dig into this more thoroughly but we have as you know if you listen to this program paul manafort's lawyers his legal team they went into federal court and they said look muller does not have a thirty he doesn't have a thirty to charge our guy and all these areas that have nothing to do with the campaign and collusion we have a constitutional system the officer here's the attorney general the united states he's recused himself for very specific reason involving a very specific subject the deputy attorney general does not have the power to effectively seized control from the attorney general and then confer additional power by expanding muller's investigation in areas where the attorney general's not recused now we've talked about that that was written up here at law and crime paul manafort's legal team is fighting in court to get his indictment dismissed based on the legal theory that muller doesn't have thirty to prosecute them in the first place and they claim that muller's team overstep the authority granted to him by indicting manfred with crimes that were not directly related to russian election meddling an app to think they're quite right late monday evening muller's team fired back with their own response they pointed to the may twenty seventeen appointment order which says that muller cannon investigate any links and coordination between the russian government and individuals associated with the campaign of president trump any matters that arose or may arise directly from the investigation and any other matters within the scope twentyeight cfr section what doesn't matter as we pointed out the last part refers to a.

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"professor law" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"professor law" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Way we just reported from from onto girl that there is a new continuing resolution that will fund the ship program i i guess that with nancy pelosi is talking about i'm not quite sure for i don't know how i'll be able to care for my this is a thought i simply find too difficult to bear since you didn't hear yesterday of go on to say what she said we parents of medically complex kids understand consequences have you heard the term before medically complex cute i haven't we know what it will had we will know what will happen if this tax passes if our country does not turn from this destructive and immoral path she said that the republicans didn't listen they said now and they cheered they cheered against simon because republicans value the wish you of special interest lobbyists over the little lavious the voices of little lobbyist sick children standing up for themselves and for their sibling and for this generally will suspend how succumb to order thank you mr speaker joey make it too i'll repeat because republicans value of the wishes of special interest lobbyists rather than the voices of the littoral lobbyist sick children's standing up for themselves and with their siblings okay and the only way of course was a children to be help was because of obamacare obamacare and come along key would have been dead right nancy by the way are you noticing a new i am the even people on the left beginning to say i guess the sky trump's going to be here for a while i i guess we might as well not knock off his impeachment stuff i i guess we should be talking about some of the teams because he really does have achievements just dumb therefore yesterday a liberal professor law professor from yale was saying look like it or not donald trump is succeeding in putting the kinds of justice as he wants up and down our judicial system like it or not i'm not sure that that premises true i mean i don't follow his tweets a truth be told about them and whether he's tweeting about it or not it listen i am a law professor at yale and the constitional out professor and i'm telling you the truth i said i'm i'm a liberal i wanted merrick garland on the supreme court is not on the supreme court and and if few consistently miss if we liberals are actually not fully aware of win.

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"professor law" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"professor law" Discussed on WGTK

"Way we just reported from from onto go that there is a new continuing resolution that will fund the chip program i i guess it with nancy pelosi's talking about i'm not quite sure for i don't know how i'll be able to care for my this is a thought i simply find too difficult to bear since you didn't hear yesterday of go on to say what she said we parents of medically complex kids understand consequences and you heard the term before medically complex kids i have and we know what it will had we will know what will happen if this tax passes if our country does not turn from this destructive and immoral path she said that the republicans didn't listen they said now and they cheered they cheered against simon because republicans value the wish you of special interest lobbyists over the little lobbyist the voices of little lobbyist sick children standing up for themselves and for their sibling and for this generally will suspend the house will come to order thanking interesting jelly make it too i'll repeat because republicans valued the wishes of special interest lobbyists rather than the voices of the littoral lobbyist sick children's standing up for themselves and with their siblings okay and the only way of course for switzerland to be help was because of obamacare that obamacare not come along key would have been dead right nazi by the way are you noticing a new i am that even people in the left beginning to say i guess the sky trump's going to be here for a while i i guess we might as well not knock off his impeachment stuff i i guess we should be talking about some of his achievements because he really does have achievements just dumb therefore yesterday a liberal professor law professor from yale was saying look like it or not donald trump is succeeding in putting the kinds of justice if he wants up and down our judicial system like it or not i'm not sure that the premises true i i mean i don't follow his tweets a truth be told about whether he's tweeting about it or not it listen i am a law professor at yale and the constitional out professor and i'm telling you the truth and i said i'm i'm a liberal i wanted mira carlot on.

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"professor law" Discussed on Science in Action

Science in Action

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"professor law" Discussed on Science in Action

"And the generators the wind water solar generators are cheaper than coal or even gas generators but the fact is the fossil fuel infrastructure causes additional costs of health and climate cost it sixty percent less cost for the win water solar system mark jacobsen was highlighting that a study he'd just published a few weeks before in the proceedings of the national academy of sciences arguing that such as zerocarbon scheme could be implemented by 2050 with minimal effect on energy prices he's now though the author of a legal complaints in the us against christopher clack now at vibrant clean energy who was the first of twenty one authors behind a rebuttal that appeared in the same journal june this year alongside a further repulsed by jacobsen himself the legal argument is about the process by which krakatau us rebuttal was published and i felt i should also consulted moya rather than a scientists to explore the issues professor law jonathan adler of case western university has written about the case in the washington post this dispute arises out of differences over whether or not it's possible to convert the united states energy system to rely upon water wind and solar in its entirety a early prerogative paper was published arguing that it is possible to power the entire electric grid with wind water and solar sources and a subsequent paper was published challenging those conclusions and arguing that some of the assumptions and claims made in the initial paper were either mistakes or unrealistic and unfounded the so the first pipe was published in the proceedings of the national academy of sciences yes which is very creditable publication the response of that was also published about year and a half later i guess early this year also in the proceedings of the national academy of sciences and there was a response to that from the office of the first.

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"professor law" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"professor law" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Air eight seven seven planner lines open for you we'll take your calls here in just a couple of moments what we didn't get to our on on talking about basis professor blom and if you miss the discussion on basis you can go back in the uh check it out i think we've got some videos of their on welfare dot com nonetheless basis there are some elements of attacks basis that we call covered and on covered auto moron basis with professor law thank you thank you very much of this where people are running of the problems with the tax return it because most people in the don't really pay attention to their tax return the get their tax documentation towards the beginning of the year they get their w toos the tendency not as a from k ones baby and they take all that information the other itemised deductions or deductions i don't know whether they're devised about yet and that is taken least give it all to their tax preparer some tax repairs aren't most tax repairs are wonderful they know very very much what's going on and how numbers interact with each other then other use the software than to take the number here that's on the tax form employ get in here but i've found that some of the people don't really know what the numbers mean and that's where this covered an uncovered basis can really mess up the way you calculate your tax returns and so when we've had people in the last couple of years come in and say you know what they think of paying a whole lot in taxes let's take a look at your tax return let's see the ten there's let you might as well use one of the examples that you that you did you has been that was recently um but the biggest glaring error was actually a couple of years ago uh your year and a half ago or so we think we're paying a lot in taxes and they had sold it a rental property you're in that year and so we were taking a look at it and so i went through the areas that i could go through and said um there's something missing here that what had happened was as we mentioned in the.

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"professor law" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"professor law" Discussed on WRVA

"The did the chief of police says hey we don't have any permits nobody filed for anything we don't have any information this woman from this the group told us earlier well we we filed a but that was before this executive order it was denied i'm assuming she means the executive order from the governor is their sort of a conflicting set of permit application requirements uh i don't think the governor um as building for that monument been issued an executive order uh awhile back maybe month or so ago after strong and so i think to act quickly now you don't have a permit uh you can't hold the event the idea that quirky quickly problems are at will and let's talk about those potential problems because the virginia capitol police were with us yesterday and said oh we have every intention in the world of enforcing the governor's executive order so does that mean they can't be within one foot of the statue ten feet of the statute twelve feet of the statue i don't know exactly that i'm not the governor's order hover but i think though be guarded by oh the notion of public safety would work under law or the governor did in order to be the guideline okay carl tobias joining us professor law for the university richmond we saw in charlottesville obviously the interaction between uh group number one in group number two in group number three and all of the groups that we saw in charlottesville seem to be coming to town for this as well you have the black lives matter gang you've got antifire the rest of it are each of them should each of them expect to be sort of cord dolphin corralled away from everybody else i don't know i offer law enforcement will do what they can to protect people so that they don't wanna one um um i hope we.

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"professor law" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"professor law" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Moment you can email us at our website wealthwisconsincom wealth ed dot com mm i can do it now but we had a question about something we talked about last time we talked about gifting professor law which is our topic earlier in the hour and it was when is paying a gift tax vetter than the estate tax because we had died either you brought that up in a workshop or we did it on the show one time or another and when we brought it up again today we didn't do it but there's two math involved so so inclusive an exclusive math right exactly i mean when you're paying a gift tax the estate tax of course is quite high as forty percent it's forty their way right so if you have a if you have a let's call you if you're a single individual let's say and your estate is worth let's just stay twenty million dollars there's fifteen million dollars beyond your allowed exemption your five and a half million roughly so you're gonna wind up paying taxes estate taxes on that overage which would be forty percent of call it know fifteen sixteen million dollars fifteen million it which is a lot of cash going away right so only anyway so the net amount going into the heirs is the lesser amount right correct so we'll talk about that next armenian just a little bit or just a little bit we won't try to innovation with too much mascot it's an interesting thing nonetheless okay i dale tiger in oregon i've been receiving social security.

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"professor law" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"professor law" Discussed on KTRH

"Say what am i a potted plant i'm as lawyer a watch donald trump a potted plant now he's the president and he's under attack and they're trying to destroy him and he's going over the head of the media and i was thinking about this the other day because i've said the president of the united states needs to give more speeches for at least speeches to the nation and i still believe that but he's not reagan he's trump and that's okay and the way he goes over the head of the media is through social media twitter it's okay you know who needs to stop what the twitter is obama and you wanna stop with facebook to he's been putting up the most more roddick idiotic pathetic statements about healthcare the last twentyfour hours i've ever read somebody needs they get that man under control and tell them stop putting out facebook posts at stuck tweeting you sound like an idiot what do you think of that now they'll never say that to him because he's you know is brock no house benito obama he says sank just like colmey who they hate it they wanted to run out of town they wanted a tyrant feather then all of a sudden these fired now he says sank all right when we come back friend of babbitt semi and unbelievable article from the la times an op ed for sticking in the johndroe of even talking about this tyranny that's disguised as prague tyranny disguised prague by lara ben nielsen a professor law offices you're not going to.

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"professor law" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:09 min | 4 years ago

"professor law" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"One one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one while we did learn a lot of things during the hearings today but not with the liberal media and the democrats would have you want have you expect first of all now turns out james comey as a leaker as i told you he was but he confessed to it under oath turns out somebody was trying to interfere with the election her name was loretta lynch loretta lynch needs to be subpoenaed and she needs to testify turns out james comey wrote alana notes after his meetings and telephone calls for trump and commiserated with a staff and that's about it exit the man was walking a tight rope the hold the whole day no trump the dot order him to stand down on the russian investigation when trump said i hope he can stand clear of oh general flynn he took that demeaned in order even though he wrote down hope and not order but as very serious to hear that from a present a united states so serious that call me did what nothing it was hilarious and outrageous to watch the democrats heap praise on comey who they adjust trashed five weeks earlier who hillary clinton trashed schumer trashed pelosi trashed all the democrat the liberal media trashed now he sank colmey saint colmey wait a break disnadda prepared levin tv earlier in the day in and appears others have drawn the same conclusion i said one of the illegalities at the komi talked about today involved himself potentially so here's these memos he writes himself he writes them to themself has fbi director he writes them to himself in some cases on government property laptop he writes them about matters involving his performances fbi director in every way and means possible these are government documents apparently comey may copies of them and took them home with oh and then when the special council was appointed he turn them over to the special council but he also turned went over to a friend a columbia professor law process till he directed to leak the contents of the memo to the new york times because she colmey uc was was interested in the appointment of a special counsel and as a private citizen he took it upon himself to leaked the contents.

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"professor law" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:00 min | 4 years ago

"professor law" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Curves out james comey wrote a lotta notes after his meetings and telephone calls for trump and commiserated with a staff and that's about it exit the man was walking a tight rope the hold the whole day now trump did not ordering him to stand down on the russian investigation when trump said i hope he can stand clear of oh general flynn he took that demeaned in order even though he wrote down hope and not order but it is very serious to hear that from a present a united states so serious that call me did what nothing it was hilarious and outrageous to watch the democrats heap praise on comey who they adjust trashed five weeks earlier who hillary clinton trashed schumer trashed pelosi trashed all the democrat the liberal media trashed now he sank colmey sank only we're going to break this i prepared levin tv earlier in the day in and appears others have drawn the same conclusion i said one of the illegality at the komi talked about today involved himself potentially so here's these memos he writes tim so he writes them to themself his fbi director he writes them to himself in some cases on government property laptop he writes them about matters involving his performances fbi director in every way and means possible these are government documents apparently comey may copies of them and took them home with her and then when the special council was appointed he turn them over to the special council but he also turned went over to a friend a columbia professor law process till he directed to leak the contents of the memo to the new york times because you colmey uc was was interested in the appointment of a special counsel and as a private citizen he took it upon himself to leaked the contents of the memo through a surrogate hurry cowardly way to do it he didn't want his fingerprints on low today said he was in a hurry gone off somewhere and so he told his buddy to do it yeah okay well it doesn't matter will delve into that a little bit more we also learned that the prison the united states toll james colmey why don't you tell the public that i'm innocent that you're not investigating me.

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"professor law" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

03:00 min | 4 years ago

"professor law" Discussed on WTMA

"Terms out james comey wrote a lotta notes hitters meetings and telephone calls for trump and commiserated with a staff and that's about it that's it the man was walking a tight rope the hold the whole day now trump did not order him to stand down on the russian investigation when trump said i hope he can stand clear of oh general flynn he took that demeaned in order even though he wrote down hope and not order but it's very serious to hear that from a prison the united states so serious that colmey did what nothing it was hilarious and outrageous to watch the democrats heap praise on colmey will they adjust trashed five weeks earlier who hillary clinton trashed schumer trashed pelosi trashed all the democrat the liberal media trashed now he saint colmey saint colmey we're going to break this down as a prepared levin tv earlier in the day in and appears others have drawn the same conclusion i said one of the bill a gallucci's that the komi talked about today involved himself potentially so here's he's memos he writes tombs her he writes them to themself has fbi director he writes them to himself in some cases on government property laptop he writes them about matters involving his performances fbi director in every way and means possible these are government documents apparently colmey made copies of them and took them home with oh and then when the special council was appointed he turn them over to the special council but he also turned went over to a friend it columbia professor law professors so he directed to leak the contents of the memo to the new york times because you colmey uc was was interested in the appointment of a special counsel and as a private citizen he took it upon himself to leaked the contents of the memo through a surrogate perry cowardly way to do it he had won his fingerprints on hello today said he was in a hurry gone off somewhere and so he told his buddy to do it yeah okay it doesn't matter will delve into that a little bit more we also learned that the prison the united states toll james colmey why don't you tell the public that i'm innocent that you're not investigating me.

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