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"robert justice" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

04:02 min | 8 months ago

"robert justice" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Here's how much the Supreme Court Justices made last year by Madeleine Carlisle. New financial disclosure reports released Thursday, reveal how much the U.S. Supreme Court Justices made last year and show that some of them were able to add 6 figures to their salaries through lucrative book deals. Amy Coney Barrett, the Supreme Court's newest member, reported in her 2021 disclosure that she received $425,000 last year from the javelin group, a literary agent, in book royalties. Politico reported last April that just a spirit had sold a book about how judges must remain neutral for a $2 million advance. There is no law limiting how much justices can make from book publications. And numerous justices have written books on their background and judicial philosophy. Neil Gorsuch, who joined the bench in 2017, reported $250,000 in earnings from publisher Harper Collins in 2021. Politico reported Thursday that Gorsuch has signed a deal with the company to write a new book on judicial and regulatory policy. Gorsuch published a book with Penguin Random House in 2019, titled a republic. If you can keep it, and reported earning $325,000 in 2019, and $100,000 in 2020 and royalty income from the publisher. Sonia Sotomayor, who The Washington Post reports has disclosed more than $3.3 million in book payments since 2010, reported earning $115,593 in book royalties from Penguin Random House last year, with whom she has released multiple children's books. This book income is in addition to a base salary of $268,300 in 2021 for the 8 associate justices, and $280,500 for chief justice John Roberts. Justices are legally limited to not earn more than roughly $30,000 for outside teaching. Several justices earned close to that in 2021. Clarence Thomas reported earning $29,595 from George Washington University school of law, and university of Notre-Dame combined. Gorsuch earned $26,541 from George Mason university. Brett Kavanaugh made $25,541 from George Mason and Barrett made $14,280 from the university of Notre-Dame, where she was previously a professor. Samuel Alito's disclosures have not yet been released, and The Washington Post reported that court officials said he filed for an extension. The Supreme Court did not respond to time's request for comment. The 2021 financial disclosures published online by the court reform advocacy organization fixed the court, come during a period of heightened scrutiny on Supreme Court ethics reforms. On May 13th, president Joe Biden signed a law that will increase financial disclosure requirements for federal judges and Supreme Court Justices going forward. Mandating a creation of an online database where the public can search federal judges and Supreme Court Justices financial disclosures. The law also mandates that judges and justices follow the same financial disclosure rules as Congress, which require them to file transaction reports. The new law will take effect by the time the justices release their financial disclosures next year. The latest financial disclosures were released within weeks of when the justices are expected to rule on one of the most anticipated Supreme Court cases in a generation. Dobbs V Jackson women's health organization, after an unprecedented leak of a draft opinion in the case written by Alito, showed the Supreme Court poised to overturn the constitutional right to abortion access enshrined in 1970 threes roe V wade..

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Is Overturning Roe v Wade a Radical or Conservative Choice?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | 9 months ago

Is Overturning Roe v Wade a Radical or Conservative Choice?

"This is Tina. Tina says, quote, Charlie, I read a column of one of my conservative Friends shared on Twitter. That was written by someone on the right apparently said overturning roe versus wade wasn't conservative. Okay, so this is a column by Brett Stevens, who used to be a really smart person and he's just become almost unreadable in recent years. And this Brett Stevens now writes for The New York Times. And Brett Stevens wrote this for The New York Times. Overturning roe is a radical, not conservative choice. Now he calls himself a conservative, he's just about the same type of conservative as Bill kristol. That should tell you everything you need to know. Dear chief justice Roberts, justice Barrett Gorsuch Kavanaugh and Thomas, as you'll no doubt agree roe versus wade was an ill judged decision one was handed down January 22nd, 1973. It continues by saying, roe versus wade diminished the standing on the court by turning it into an even more political branch of government. But a half century is a long time. America is a different place, with a most of its population born after Rowe was decided. After a decision to overturn roe, which the court seemed poised to do, according to the leak of a draft of a majority opinion by justice Samuel Alito, would do more to replicate gross damage than to reverse it. He says it would be a radical, not conservative choice. So Brett Stevens, who I assume is very highly educated. I would like him to tell me what is the definition of radical. It means to the root to the core. To the basis. Brett Stevens asks the question in The New York Times. What is conservative, he says? It is above all, the conviction that abrupt and profound changes to established laws and common expectations are utterly destructive to respect for their law and institutions established to uphold it. And especially when those changes are instigated from above with neither Democrat consent, nor broad consensus. Okay, that is not what a conservative is, okay? If there is an immoral or destructive law, a conservative has a moral obligation to try to repeal it and get rid of it quickly.

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"robert justice" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:04 min | 10 months ago

"robert justice" Discussed on KOMO

"Informed This is northwest news radio 1000 FM 97 7 Sanders thanks for being along with us and the votes are in The a's are 53 The nays are 47 And this nomination is confirmed The tanji Brown Jackson has been confirmed as an associate justice of the United States Supreme Court She will officially take her seat with a retirement of Stephen Breyer this summer Jackson's nomination received a small handful of Republican votes ABC News political director Rick Klein spoke with Aaron kursky So it's bipartisan ish though Rick I mean this is fully bipartisan this vote will it register as such Well in today's Washington it's as close as you're going to get Keep in mind that president Trump had three confirmation hearings and three justices confirmed to the court And a total of 5 Democrats across those three hearings and those three confirmations cross party lines For justice Gorsuch one for Kavanaugh and zero for Amy Coney Barrett So getting those three And I think particularly Mitt Romney as the most recent nominee of the Republican Party for president other than Donald Trump that speaks loudly the fact that he crossed over after having voted no less than a year ago I think explodes some of the arguments Republicans have made that would suggest that she's an activist or flatly unqualified I think the days of justice is getting 70 80 90 something votes are long gone and they're not coming back But I do think inside these three Republican votes you have a glimpse of what might be a slightly different process or a slightly different approach to the process Romney was warning earlier this week that he's worried about what happens when you've got a president and a Senate of opposite parties going forward That of course happened late in the Obama years and there was no confirmation hearings at all for Merrick Garland Now the attorney general when Obama put that name forward So I think there's maybe just a slightest possibility or the slightest glimmer in today's vote of a new path ahead And let me return Frederick Lawrence from Georgetown law into that part of the conversation because I think we talked about during the confirmation hearing the temperature of it all and in your view the need to sort of lower that temperature a bit I think that's right And I'm not sure how we do that We're going to have a first in American history when justice Jackson goes on the court not the positive ones we've been talking about This will be the first time in the history of the court that there'll be only one sitting justice who received as many as 70 votes in confirmation That's chief justice Roberts Justice Sotomayor over 60 and none of the rest have received more than 60 positive votes That's not the way it used to be It used to be 80 90 Sometimes just a voice vote where it's essentially unanimous So I think we've got a long way to go to how we dial this back and it's going to take leadership on both sides of the aisle I think the suggestion that someone like Mitt Romney could play a constructive role in that is a very positive one but I have to say that right now going forward there is great reason for concern You heard Lindsey Graham say that if the Republicans take the Senate there is not likely to be any justices put forward for a confirmation in the last two years of this current Biden administration That is completely dysfunctional We have lived for over two centuries with presidents appointing justices whether they're party control the Senate or not Obviously if you don't control the Senate you have to temper your pick to some extent But the idea that you have to have the same party president and Senate to put justice on the Supreme Court is simply not part of our constitutional structure Georgetown laws Frederick Lawrence ABC News political director Rick Klein and Aaron kursky on the confirmation of catan G Brown Jackson as an associate United States Supreme Court Justice Your stock charts dot com money update on northwest news radio Well stocks reverse course of the final hour of trading to finish out the day higher In today's economic news the Labor Department said that unemployment claims fell modestly last week first time filings for benefits.

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"robert justice" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:16 min | 11 months ago

"robert justice" Discussed on KOMO

"Right I want to turn to Ginny Thomas clarence Thomas's wife and her text messages I want to highlight one other text message This is one that she sent out sense of Mark Meadows chief of staff on January 10th We are living through what feels like the end of America Most of us are disgusted with the VP she's talking about Mike Pence and are in listening mode to see where to fight with our teams Those who attack the capitol are not representative of our great team of patriots for DJT I mean ramesh explain just explain What is this Well this is a conservative activist who went pretty far down the rabbit hole of conspiratorial thinking and apocalyptic thinking And was encouraged by then president Trump to believe a lot of nonsense about what had happened So yeah it's very dismaying And in fact what she took what was one of the most honorable and shining moments of vice president pence's career when he stood up to the pressure and fulfilled his constitutional duty and said that she was disgusted by it And I think that it speaks very very poorly about her judgment Senator Klobuchar made a pretty powerful case It seemed for Thomas to recuse himself Do you agree with that I think whether justice Thomas recuses himself in a future case is going to have to depend on the facts of that case You know if it's something that involves specific records involving his wife then I think he's going to have to recuse himself but there's now also this appearance of impropriety question which is going to affect how he evaluates any of those feature cases And frankly I would not be surprised if the Supreme Court were that much more likely to want to stay out of future cases involving the January 6th committee for example You know when judge Robert justice Roberts concluded that a press report of the exchange between mister Gorsuch and miss Sotomayor was an era The Supreme Court put out a statement Right I would hope that they would put out a statement Now a statement saying what A statement to the fact that the judge justice Thomas what recused himself on any cases involving the January 6th But that's not the court to say that's Thomas Yes it is but I still believe that there needs to be a statement Look I think she was unhinged I know she's a conservative activist I'm an activist That went really over the top Seriously You have a great career on Twitter I think I mean that would be a good place But the point going to your question justice Roberts could walk down the hall And just pop in to justice Thomas's chambers And since we have a little bit of a mess and I would like to say something about this But the Supreme Court is self regulating We know that The Supreme Court sets its own Important land not guided by its supreme They are in charge of their own ethics and they are in charge of their own appearance And they've got a problem Yeah But to the question of impropriety there's already this lingering question over justice Thomas because of the fact that he was the only justice to block the January 6th committee from getting a vote in former president Trump's papers And so you already have this lingering over him and now for future cases as well There's going to be intense scrutiny about any decisions he's making that has any link to what happened You're listening to northwest news radio Your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on northwest news radio Mortgage news daily says the average for a 30 year fixed mortgage hit 4.95% on Friday That's high Refi applications are dropping and don't even think of building a home Steven Webb North Carolina homeowners association A lot of these materials that go into houses are up fourfold over the last 18 to 24 months And there's a ripple effect High gas prices mean less money to buy a home Labor shortages and supply chain issues also driving up costs John lobert northwest news radio Facebook leads the industry and stopping bad actors online That's because they've invested $13 billion in teams and.

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"robert justice" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:27 min | 11 months ago

"robert justice" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Joe Biden's nomination of katangi Brown Jackson wasn't just about delivering on a campaign promise by Kate Shaw. Shaw is a professor at cardozo law school and a co host of the podcast, strict scrutiny. Well before he wants the democratic nominee for president, Joe Biden pledged that if given the chance, he nominates the first black woman to the Supreme Court. The announcement that he'd consider both race and sex and selecting a Supreme Court nominee that his decision would be race and sex conscious rather than blind to those characteristics, was perhaps more explicit than previous such pledges. But it was no different in kind from, for example, president Ronald Reagan's pledge to put the first woman on the Supreme Court. Following justice Stephen Breyer's January announcement of his retirement, President Biden made clear that he intended to follow through on his campaign promise, vowing from The White House that when replacing justice Breyer, the person I will nominate will be someone with extraordinary qualifications, character, experience, and integrity, and that person will be the first black woman ever nominated to the United States Supreme Court. Biden's doubling down on his campaign promise was met, perhaps predictably, with charges from the right, that Biden's pledge was offensive, that his eventual nominee would be the beneficiary of a quota that Biden's process entailed elevating skin color over a qualifications. There's every reason to believe that any selection process would have led the president to his nominee, judge katon G Brown Jackson. Judge Jackson is superbly qualified by the standards of any era. She's not only a brilliant legal mind, but also as credentialed as a nominee gets top legal degrees and clerkships broad and deep experience in both government and private practice, and nearly a decade of distinguished service on the federal bench, including her current seat on the D.C. circuit, where chief justice John Roberts, justice, clarence Thomas, and justice Brett Kavanaugh, all served before being elevated to the Supreme Court. Why then, did Biden remain so public and so explicit about his selection criteria? It was no doubt partly political, black women are an incredibly significant political constituency for the Democratic Party, writ large. And for Biden personally, an appointing the first black woman to the Supreme Court, both communicated black women's political importance and provided a tangible deliverable Biden's insistence that the Supreme Court should look like the country also reflected an important set of substantive commitments that all Americans should be able to see themselves reflected at the highest levels of government, that the backgrounds and life experiences of those on the court inevitably inform the court's decisional processes, and that for too long, those processes have been shaped by white man, once exclusively, still, primarily. What is less appreciated is that in explicitly centering race and gender in his selection process, President Biden was engaging in an act of presidential constitutionalism..

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"robert justice" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:55 min | 11 months ago

"robert justice" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Shook This is Bloomberg law with June gross from Bloomberg radio I've been talking to professor pat parental of Vermont law school about Supreme Court arguments over the scope of the EPA's power So the Biden administration backing the EPA and they have backing from environmental groups and power companies like Consolidated Edison Exelon and national grid USA why is the power sector nervous about this Yeah because the power sector likes the idea of having flexible options to achieve the reductions including things like emissions trading Of course the power industry has been the subject of emissions trading ever since the acid rain control program from 1990 So the industry groups are savvy They understand that with that kind of a program they can figure out how to achieve emission reductions at the lowest cost And they're afraid that the Supreme Court may go so far as to prohibit EPA from using emissions trading and averaging because West Virginia's argument is all that EPA can do is impose controls at individual sources One plant at a time which is terribly inefficient and ineffective it's not going to achieve the kind of reductions that are needed but that's the whole point right I mean what West Virginia wants is a rule that's so weak it won't do anything But the power company parties that joined with EPA are saying we don't agree with that We would much rather have EPA give us options including by the way bringing on more wind and solar when that makes sense So don't take things off the table you know don't necessarily force us to go green right away but give us some options That's what the companies want The arguments were really long was their one issue that the justices were kicking around most Yes that's the major question doctrine The court has already used that twice this year They struck down a rule putting a moratorium on evictions because of the COVID epidemic and they said that the agency didn't have the authority is because that was something the agency had never done before And in another case osha the agency that regulates occupational exposure and health and safety concerns also imposed a rule and the court struck that down saying osha you're not the health agency You can't be writing a rule that regulates people's exposure to COVID in the workplace You can regulate the strength of ladders that people climb in performance of their duties but you can't regulate the fact that they might be exposed to a deadly disease You know so the court has already shown that it wants to wield this major question doctrine in a way that strikes down agency rules that the court the conservative members of the court believe are going too far having major impacts on the nation's economy and so forth But it's a rule they made up You know it doesn't come from the constitution and it's fairly recent It is just within this era of the people that have joined the courts justice Roberts justice Gorsuch justice Kavanaugh now justice Barrett and formerly justice Alito and justice Thomas They're all of the same mind about limiting agency authority The so called administrative state is that what this is about That's what this is about I mean the court would never use that term but that's what it's about It's a suspicion that agencies who are quote unelected bureaucrats taking irrigating a lot of power and they don't like that The conservatives believe I think that those are things that Congress should be doing And I suppose in a perfect world that's right But what happens when Congress isn't doing that which is exactly where we are today So the major question doctor and is supposed to kick the issues back to Congress and force Congress to be more explicit about the authority that they're granting Well that sounds good but we know that an environmental law we have not seen updates to our major environmental laws like the clean air act like the clean water act like the endangered species act we haven't seen updates in decades and there's no likelihood that we will So this notion of quote kicking it back to Congress is illusory what it really means is there won't be any rule and there won't be any protection Did you see enough votes there to head off the EPA rule No no I was hopeful that all of the members of the court when they really focused on what they were being asked to do in light of the fact there is no rule to review might reconsider having taken the case But there was no indication they were going to do that So I'm convinced they are going to write a decision The real question is what are they going to tell the EPA I mean the court is not a rule making body I mean the conservatives would be the first to say that's a violation of separation of powers That's outside our lane We're not supposed to write rules We're supposed to review rules So that's my question is what exactly are they going to say Are they going to tell the EPA you can do these things but not those things And on what basis would they do that They can't say EPA has no power to do anything because of Massachusetts versus EPA They've already decided EPA has the authority and they actually said EPA has the duty to regulate once EPA has found that these emissions pose a danger to public health and welfare which EPA has the Supreme Court had a chance to review the endangerment finding some time ago and decided not to do that And then yet in another case the AEP versus Connecticut case the Supreme Court specifically cited the provision that's that.

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"robert justice" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"robert justice" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"And go. Back now at 7 30 on CBS mornings and we are hearing from a woman suing Facebook's parent company over the murder of her brother. Angela Underwood Jacobs is challenging a controversial law that protects social media companies from liability for things posted on their networks. Her brother, pat Underwood, was working as a federal officer guarding a U.S. courthouse in Oakland, California in 2020 when the FBI says he was shot dead by anti government extremists who allegedly met and organized on Facebook in her first national television interview. She explains why she believes that her brother would still be alive today, if not for Facebook. On the night of May 29th, 2020, not far from protests over the murder of George Floyd, a surveillance camera captured this white van outside the federal courthouse in Oakland, California, investigators say the vehicle pulled forward as the door slid open, and someone inside opened fire. Wounding one federal security officer and killing another. An assassin cowardly shot two federal protective service contractors as they stood watch over at protest. According to a criminal complaint, Robert justice junior drove the van while Stephen carillo pulled the trigger using the protests as cover for an anti government attack. Both men have pleaded not guilty. And yet the world is a little less better now with him not being in it. Angela Underwood Jacobs is a sister of murdered officer pat Underwood, and she says there was a third accomplice that tragic night Facebook. If not for Facebook, do you think your brother would still be with us today? I do. I believe that if Facebook had acted with the information that they had privy to, that no one else had. Of course, of course I do. In a new wrongful death lawsuit, she alleges justice and carillo had never met in person and had no reason to cross paths until a Facebook group brought them together. The suit claims the social media network recommended justice joint groups dedicated to the extremist boogaloo movement where the two men connected and hatched and planned the attack. They had the information that could have stopped all of this. And they said on it, they choose to not hand over the information to her authorities. Ted Leopold is her lawyer. If Facebook were monitoring that, what makes you comfortable with them determining what it is just people talking and what is a crime? They know through their actions of bringing these extremist groups together that bad things are going to happen. And they know through their own algorithms that there are code words that these groups use. And so I don't think anything that was happening amongst communications of these groups was unknown to Facebook. But he acknowledges lawsuits of this kind have never succeeded against social media companies because of section two 30, part of a broader 1996 Internet law, which protects Internet platforms from being held liable for content posted by users. Leopold says that law should no longer apply to Facebook. They don't fit within the guidelines of section two 30. They don't get to be immunized by the section. So you're saying everyone thinks that they're protected by section two 30, but where you sit, their behavior is so outside of what that section is intended for that we're in a different way. Because they provide the content. They drive people to various groups. They bring groups in that otherwise would not be there, but for Facebook, actively bringing them to their platform. Have you heard from Facebook? Not at all. Facebook for its part declined our request for an interview. But in a statement, it calls the lawsuit without legal basis and says it's banned more than a thousand militarized social movements from its platform. That includes the boogaloo movement, a ban, it announced a month after the murder of pat Underwood. It's kind of like they feel the fire. For Underwood Jacobs, that is the very definition of too little too late. What do you think pat would say? If he knew all the details of what happened. He would tell me to hang on. He would say have faith that the right thing would be done so that other people wouldn't lose their lives. The same way that he lost his. So I'm very grateful for Angela Underwood coming and talking to us about this case. It's going to be a difficult case for her legally, but it's a helpful case for the country at the moment because Republicans and Democrats and Mark Zuckerberg all want these liability laws section two 30 changed, but the complicated thing is how should they be changed at what point at what point does Facebook or any other social media company become liable for bringing people together, letting those people plan a bad thing, then that bad thing happening in the world? But did Facebook know they were planning a bad thing? That's what I'm confused about. Well, according to, according to France's Hogan, the Facebook leaker, they know a lot more than they let on about these groups. The fact they banned the group after the fact speaks volumes. And the FBI says that what was actually communicated on Facebook was inflammatory. It had flames and pictures of dead law enforcement. And so that is the question. Should they have known, did they have enough? Should they be liable? In these extreme groups, they are birthed almost every day. So it's almost like finding a needle in a haystack or something I heard recently on something we've done. It's like finding a needle in a stack of needles. Which is, you know, so tough to do. Yeah. But at some point, if you've got an amusement park, and they keep throwing rides out because bad things happen, you go to that amusement park anymore. I don't know. It's a good point. Yeah, you do. No. No. All right, so towards the end there, you heard them talking about section two 30. So I'm going to now read from the electronic frontier foundation. Which says, which monitors in mixed recommendations for changes to Internet law. And it's a section two 30 says that quote no provider or user of an interactive computer service shall be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider. And they go on to say, in other words, online intermediaries, that host or republish speech are protected against a range of laws that might otherwise be used to hold them legally responsible for what others say and do. They're protected intermediary, intermediaries. We include not only regular Internet service providers or ISPs, but also a range of interactive computer service providers. And that's in quotes, including basically any online service, that publishes third party content. Though there are important exceptions for certain criminal and intellectual property based claims, CDA two 30 creates a broad protection that allows innovative.

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"robert justice" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"robert justice" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"My first episode of the new year, this is actually season two of the dinesh Jesus podcast. I'm excited to be back. It's been a really nice vacation. Also want to wish my wife, Debbie, happy birthday. Today's the big day. I'm not gonna tell you old she is, although she doesn't hesitate to. So happy birthday honey and I think she's putting in for her favorite slice of chocolate cake from a local Italian restaurant and we've been holding off on the dessert, so it's pretty exciting. I'm gonna have my share as well, even though it's not my birthday. Well, today is gonna be a good day. We're gonna talk about the Supreme Court hearing on vaccine mandates. I'm going to talk about how a generation after the civil rights movement, we suddenly see race creeping back into public policy and specifically here in terms of signing COVID remedies. Daniel de Souza gill is going to join me. We're going to talk about the social media skirmish between congressman Dan Crenshaw and congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene. And literary scholar Ruth Weiss is coming back on the podcast. We're going to talk about a couple of giants of literature. Nobel laureate Saul Bello and another Nobel laureate Isaac bashevis singer. This is the dimensions of the podcast. America needs this voice, the times of crazy, in a time of confusion, division and lies. We need a brave voice of reason to understanding and truth. This is the dinesh de Souza, podcast. The Supreme Court just held a major hearing on vaccine mandates. We're talking about the Biden administration's decision through the osha, the occupational safety and health administration. Of attempting to impose a kind of nationwide mandate, including on the private sector companies with a hundred employees or more, and this has been in better a court battles. Now the appellate court. I believe it was the 6th circuit. Upheld the validity of these mandates put it somewhat differently refused to issue an injunction that would put them that would buy them, pending the adjudication of the case. So this is what is before the Supreme Court. It's not the ultimate constitutionality of the mandate. It is listen. Can the Biden administration continue to impose the mandate while this has all been fought over? If the Supreme Court issues an injunction and says no, then the mandate is essentially dead, pending this final adjudication. Now, we're not, this is not an argument about the validity of the vaccines. It's about the mandate and it's also specifically about can this agency of the government? Let's remember, this is a bureaucratic agency mainly charged with occupational safe safety. And it typically does things like regulate asbestos and make sure that workplaces are safe to be able to do work. So the question is, can an agency like this have this kind of authority? And this was argued before the court and well, the three progressive justice seemed to be just fine with the with the osha mandate. They would not in my view and in the view of most observers issue any kind of injunction. But what's interesting is the kind of absurd misstatements that came out of not just Sotomayor. I mean, she clearly is the most ridiculous, her statement about a 100,000 children are in danger, and many of them are on ventilators. I mean, all kinds of. Even the liberal fact checkers are like, that is just outright false. But even breyer appeared to be have no clue about differences between different types of COVID. And so what you have here is an almost a garbage bail of flat out false assertions, mingled with just prejudiced rhetoric. And what I find odd about this sort of my business is, you know, she's been hailed from the time of our appointment in some kind of a champion of the first woman, Latino on the court, and the problem with this kind of genuflection and this kind of elevation is that when you say stupid stuff, you basically make latinas look bad. Because you're supposed to be if you will the quintessential of representative Latina. This is a justice and then this is sadly true of at least two maybe all three of the progressive justices that really kind of indifferent to the text of the constitution to some degree at least in this case, unfettered by facts. And in sort of my case, you have a militant activist who seems to have no qualms about twisting and bending the law to achieve a kind of predetermined result. Now the good news, I don't think the conservatives are gonna go for this. Not even justice, Roberts, justice Roberts made the comment, he said, listen, when osha was established 50 years ago and was given statutory authority to calm by Congress, he says, quote, that was 50 years ago when Congress acted, I don't think it had COVID in mind. In other words, it is a stretching beyond recognition of osha's mandate to do this to allow that. The other justices notably Gorsuch and also Kavanaugh, their point was listen, if there's going to be a vaccine mandate if you want to have a law that requires even private corporations to act in a certain way, well, which branch of government passes laws. The Congress. So it's not the executive branch acting unilaterally through osha that can do this. Not even by claiming it's an emergency after all, let's remember that this emergency is now two years old, COVID started really in early 2020. Here we are in 2022, so we're now dealing with COVID. This is not something that has just come out of nowhere with nothing known about it. It was Ron klain Biden's chief of staff who said early on that these mandates are workarounds of the constitution. In other words, let's figure out a way to get around the constitution. By the way, several of the justices quoted him and commented on this during the hearings. And I think all of that is a way of saying that these justices know that the Biden administration is playing fast and loose with the constitution and they're not about to let them get.

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"robert justice" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

09:58 min | 1 year ago

"robert justice" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"Going on in texas with well. That could stop right there. There's a lot going on in texas. There is a lot going on with texas's new restrictions on abortion and judicial review. So we're going to try to break this down for you today. So what is in the law. The law that everyone is talking regarding abortion because they held a special session and in the midst of the pandemic. That's rocking their state. They decided to vote. Focus on restricting voting rights. A permit. Louis carry bill and basically banning abortion and the state of texas so the law prohibits abortions physicians can detect cardiac activity in an embryo or fail to perform a test to detect that activity. And i think that i appreciate that. The languages shifted to cardiac activity. Because it's not a heartbeat because the embryo is not big enough to have a heart get. It is literally electric activity and i just think that's an important distinction. That's about six weeks. They tell you not to take a pregnancy test until he wanted to two weeks after you mr period. So that's five or six weeks. We're talking about right when a pregnancy test is a bout capable of detecting that you're pregnant so you would need to be added clinic before that point going through all the waiting periods and the hurdles an have the money and have the accessibility all before they tell you. Pregnancy tests are actually accurate. That's what i'm calling it an abortion ban. So that's the first part. There's lots of these bills across the united states that link the legal prohibition to that cardiac activity what makes texas different is that texas knew that this is unconstitutional. That this is a restriction on the constitutional right to abortion. And so they're trying something new. I mean we always talk about states laboratories. Innovations isn't exactly what i had in mind so what they are doing that. Instead of the state enforcing this restriction texas is asking private citizens to enforce it through civil lawsuit in. The new law allows any private citizen to sue a person who provides an abortion and people who aid and a bit that abortion eight nabet is broad and compass everything paying for an uber. Driving the person to the abortion clinic as a clergy for the person who is receiving an abortion. Now experts think we got a question about this. And i wanna make sure address it that the risk of you being found liable for aiding and abetting an abortion in texas if you have driven someone to another state is low. That doesn't mean someone we don't try to you but and we don't have precedent about this yet. We don't know but it seems unlikely that you can aid abet activity that is legal in the state where the activity happens but again. We're in pretty uncharted waters here. Not only does this law authorized a flood of neighbor versus neighbor litigation. It encourages it. It stacks the deck in these lawsuits. I because it tells a judge that if the judge finds liability under the law the judge must enjoin people from engaging any future activity that would violate the law so physician is found liable. The physician is not only gonna get fined for the abortion performed but enjoined from performing future worshi- and then secondly it authorizes a minimum award of ten thousand dollars in damages awarded to the person who brought this lawsuit. We're going to talk about the supreme court in just a second but just as soda. My you're writing about this law. Said that it is a bounty mid says two people go out and hunt your neighbors so that you can collect at least ten thousand dollars in the process. So this law puts abortion care providers in position of constantly waiting for almost anyone to sue them and it also creates an umbrella of uncertainty because aid and abet does not require intention under this law so it is possible that you drive a person to clinic. Let's say you're uber. Lift whatever not knowing what kind of care. The person is going to receive their if they receive an abortion. You can still be sued under this law. I mean what does that encourage us to do. Encourage people to start questioning where you going. What do they do here. I mean can you just imagine the scenarios that this creates where people are really investigating their fellow citizens harassing their phyllis citizens. My husband and i were talking about this. And i said you know. It's easy to feel overwhelmed that everyone who's ever voted. Republican will be out there hunting down their fellow citizens. Now the reality is many many women have received abortions including people for all kinds of political on religious backgrounds. And so there's more families than we think that have been touched by abortion. And he said yeah but the ones who are ready to go out hunt their citizens they might not be small but they are devoted right. It's the people that Talks about in her dissent that happened at clinics in texas that night where people were in a drive thru line waiting because there was basically a run on services because we were so panicked about this law man and you had protesters shining flashlights into their cars trying to determine who is in there and to intimidate them like listen. Intimidation and abortion clinics is not new but this just takes. It pours gasoline all across that fire and i think that it is that ultimate chilling. Because if you are arrived rideshare driver for example you are best protected by not taking anyone to a clinic in those clinics offer care other than abortion care and so i just think the domino effect of the ways in which this will damage public. Health in texas is enormous. So how how did this happen. Of course reproductive care providers filed a lawsuit to try to prevent this law from going into effect and a district. Court was hearing that case. They did what you always do. When a new law goes into effect they sued people who might be in a position to enforce it. And that's complicated in this case because texas has said well it's not the state enforcing it. It's the the citizenry and it's hypothetical. Maybe no one will ever try to enforce this law right. So a district court with tackling that and without any explanation the fifth circuit appellate court abruptly stayed those proceedings before the district court and vacated a hearing that was supposed to start on monday. We don't know why they just did. And so the abortion care provider. Who brought the lawsuit went to the supreme court and said help. This law is about to go into effect and the supreme court just didn't do anything before the deadline for the law to go into effect so it did and then the next day we get a vote on the shadow docket where we have five. Supreme court justices justices alito. Thomas gorsuch cavenaugh and barrett who say listen. This is a brief unsigned opinion. Okay because no one's had time to fully consider the issues here. These that's been happening a lot. That's been having a lot. So these five justices say we don't think that we can decide the constitutionality of this law in this case because we have before us hypothetical parties. And that's not what we do here. Only private citizens in texas can enforce this law as a court when we are asked to block a new law from taking effect. We aren't passing on the law itself. We are passing on. Who can enforce the law. So if this were a law that the state of texas. We're going to try to enforce. We could tell the officials in texas like the texas attorney general. No you may not enforce this law but here. We don't have the enforcers of the law before us because the enforcers could consist of any private citizen in texas and they say this is just a complicated scenario. We don't know if we could have all of the state and judges in texas before us and tell them you can't hear these cases. There's a lack of clarity. it's complicated. We are not saying that. This law is constitutional. We are just saying we can't decide that right now. And then we have dissents. From chief. Justice roberts justice briar justice kagan and justice sotomayor and. They are appalled as they should be. So chief justice roberts recognizes the procedural issues are complicated but says that is exactly the reason that we should pump the breaks here and we should let the district court work those issues but we should not change the status quo. We should not let this unprecedented law go into effect without the district court being able to work through that justice sotomayor again says you have deputized citizens as bounty hunters against each other. You've offered them cash prizes for prosecuting..

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"robert justice" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

09:13 min | 1 year ago

"robert justice" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"I'm your special guest. Host carl jackson filling in for the great elderski. Well the supreme court of the united states struck a blow to the biden harris. Schumer pelosi neil slave trade Also known as illegal immigration Because they rules a against the biden administration or root against their plea to halt the remain in mexico policy had to breitbart. The supreme court of the united states denied a plea from president. Joe biden's Department of justice to halt the migrant protection policy program while a lawsuit brought by texas and missouri makes its way through the courts on tuesday evening and a six to three decision. Scottish issued an order denying the doj's requests for the court to issue a stay that would block the reimplementation of mpp commonly known as remain in mexico. While the play while the case plays out in the courts a process that could take up to a year or more than a year even On the side of common sense Was chief justice. John roberts justice clarence thomas justice samuel lido neil courses Brad cavenaugh and amy coney barrett while on the side of open borders Justice stephen breyer. Sonia sotomayor and elena kagan They voted to grant through request This is a this is obviously a win. Honestly for the united states of america. Looking at what's happening in afghanistan looking at what's happening on on our borders america is in absolute chaos. The left is trying to inflict. I believe chaos upon upon us kind of overwhelmed the system if you will in order to gain control this is why the left So many things that they do whether that's the mask mandates whether it's the a lot of this encouraging businesses to invoke these vaccine mandates and. We'll get into that because there's new data showing that the The breakthrough infections are rising or so called quote unquote breakthrough infections are rising amongst fully vaccinated. We even have oregon oregon governor. Kate brown That has announced in outdoor mask mandate. So if you don't think we're in silly season you're absolutely wrong. We are there. All of this in my opinion is Is geared towards twenty twenty. I'm sorry you're towards. Twenty twenty to the left has nothing they have they. They absolutely have nothing. I mean afghanistan is a total debacle. A god forbid i. i'm. I'm afraid that we might see american hostages taken if this if. This situation is remedied. Quick fast and in a hurry by the way at the top of the sack. Second hour we're going to have have chad robuchon with us. He's with save our allies dot org So he's been a department of defense contractor he's gonna bring us some Inside info if you will on. What's happening in afghanistan. So i look forward. I look forward to that. But getting back to this issue with the with the border you guys may have remember and this is so funny. Because i honestly tried to talk about this subject and sean and william can verify for probably a week or two in just the news hitting where i couldn't get to it but the border is important as bad as afghanistan is. We should not keep our eyes off of afghanistan. We should continue to put pressure on our senators and our congressmen to step up and do something and put some pressure on the biden administration. When it comes afghanistan be but we also have to be able to watch the The the left hand of the democrats so here. We are in afghanistan very important story. We're going to touch on it later. We're not going away from that. But also the border we still have a huge border crisis and this definitely strikes a blow now. Unfortunately there have been so many illegal aliens that have entered into our country that are now roaming our country. Some with cogut That that i think you know the democrats are trying to put our country imperil. Democrats want this new. What i call the new negro vote if you will. They want to They they they wanna they wanna voting block that will never walk away from them of voting block that they can keep in complete and utter poverty. that's their goal. The democrats have no desire for people to be successful. in fact democrats are successful. when you're unsuccessful. I wanna make sure you hear that. Democrats are successful when you're unsuccessful. That's what they do. That's what the democrat party is about if they can keep you on the plantation if they can keep you i if they can if they can keep you in the underclass if they can keep this permanent underclass going they sustain power. That's what they want. They don't care about these people they don't care about you. This is the left cares about power. The left cares about power. So i was so glad to see that one judge stood up to this one. Judge stood up to this thank god. Supreme court of the united states has rejected. The biden plead to hawk. Trump's remain in mexico policy. And it's pretty amazing because some of the people from afghanistan i've seen headlines where some people are being flown to i believe colombia venezuela You know i'll check lament. I need to. I need to double check that. Because i just flipped some headlines real quick but nonetheless Imagine imagine who can come through the border so. I'm glad i'm glad this will. I believe will slow the problem at the border assuming that the biden administration will respect the rule of law. Obviously they haven't so far. We will see if this will put a dent in this situation. i'm somewhat hopeful that it does even though they've inflicted plenty of damage within the united states. This is very important to. Here's what was happening before this occurred. I wanna just take you back. There was a texas border town. There was making deals with the by administration to ship illegals into a big cities and this was weeks ago. This ardo article is from a couple of weeks ago but laredo texas reaching agreement. Now this was a couple of wednesdays back to settle its lawsuit against the biden department of homeland security for transporting a- legal immigrants from the real a rio grande valley sector into the border Into the border city now. These individuals are being transported instead to austin to dallas to houston after they are released by border patrol. So there's no doubt in my mind that impart this is perhaps what inspired this judge To act article. Goes on to say that loretta laredo mayor. Pete sands i believe is his name. He who's a democrat by the way and and who was on camera literally. If i recall correctly did a youtube video asking the binding administration to do something about this border crisis so this was a democrat. That was sensible because he lives in a border town and their resources were being totally wiped out of so this Laredo mayor pete sands again. A democrat said border patrol intesting testing the people That it's releasing for it before they are bust out under this new agreement The city is not required to test them so they don't have to provide care the mayor. Laredo set that once you test illegals for kobe you had to keep them so he didn't he didn't he. Didn't wanna test them. Because they were so overwhelmed in laredo. If they tested him the biden administration would make them stay. So he's like my hands are full. Our resources are absolutely a white out. The they've gotta go gotta go so this is again. This is a blow to the The biden harris schumer pelosi Neo slave trade because indeed. I believe this is what it is. The democrats want a permanent underclass it as simple as that they want a permanent underclass and whatever they have to do in order to in order to solidify that permanent underclass. They will continue to do so because these people are strictly after power and if they can overwhelm the system and potentially place illegal aliens into districts counties cities wherever where they ultimately overtake the votes of conservative. Americans patriot americans. The democrats will have us exactly where they want us also there were stash. Houses guys may recall talking about this. Where five thousand illegal aliens a couple of weeks ago were discovered in stash houses around laredo texas. So the problem is out of control. This this this ruling by the supreme court of the united states will hopefully put it in that. This is jackson infra larryelder. We'll be back on the other side.

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"robert justice" Discussed on Wine & Hip Hop

Wine & Hip Hop

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"robert justice" Discussed on Wine & Hip Hop

"And what was your mentality when re approaching the events even like when wine to wine when digital you know what i mean when did when did the pandemic break like in january in january so When he broke we never thought it was going to las fast forwards eighteen months now right like we never we were. We thought like. Oh it's going to last month is going to last two months. It's going to last three months. So i think if we thought that it was going to last so long then i think we would all like jumped off the window right like either so like the fact that i think we kind of let our lives day to day kind of saved us you know so we dealt with all the challenges today very important. I have to we hear kicking. We've talked on clubhouse couple times. And i feel like you like the queen of clubhouse you know you i love your approach you know. Throw flyers out there's coordinated conversations you're really thinking through i was in a conversation wants talking about celebrity wants. I'm like got. It was like robert justice robert. Joseph robert commutes l. Right so we're going to have a rematch. I you know come to us out of the his world then he was screaming. But i think that's what made it. The conversation interesting percent were made it very interesting but you know i'm really interested to hear what your take on Just everything you've seen with celebrity wise. We got mary j. Blige who has wine out of italy raytheon who now has a wine out of italy. What would how would you suggest that these artists or just celebrities overall get re really starting to get their skin in the game. Listen i think like. Let's talk about mary. J. blige i think what she's done is fantastic because she is going to expose the concept of wine very simple to an audience maybe they would have drank like you know cocktails or beer or other because the problem is like we need to have more people become interested in wine and the fact that she can do that because of her status because of she is because if you think about it who we talk about influencers but they. Aren't that many wine influences. Let's let's be honest here right so. I think the fact that a celebrity like mary j blige can make wine not a commodity but like kind of something that they can. It's completely approachable. I think that's the way to go is totally true. I mean that's a big part of why we started crew love you know simply because there's no. I didn't see a direct marketing effort towards the african american community which is crazy like no dot. No one's thinking like hey there's a whole audience here who's already drinking wine. Let's sell them more quality one so i think I agree in you know. Celebrities are gonna do that and just they cast a wider net. You know it just it just makes sense. I like what what's happening. Yeah i think. It's i think it's i think it's fabulous so you know. Of course you know Robert caputo is kind of like Men on his own island at the moment..

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"robert justice" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"robert justice" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"A mask on the field now. No no no. That's just stupid. You're listening to the heartland. Newsfeed radio network heartland newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's the public service newscasts for june thirty twenty twenty one pennsylvania's environmental quality board expected to make its final ruling over the state will join the regional greenhouse gas initiative or reggie in july reggie is a multi state cap an invest program to cut carbon emissions in a new report from the ohio river valley institute shows. It has strong potential to support the communities hit hardest by closing coal plants. The report says pennsylvania could see three hundred million dollars annually from reggie a portion of which could support lost tax revenue and workforce development in these communities. Joanne kill gower with the institute. Says reggie is an opportunity for the commonwealth to learn from past mistakes looking at reggie as really an opportunity to provide Planning and use proceeds to usher in a more prosperous future in copland communities across the commonwealth whereas without a plan market forces will continue to shutter coal plants and there will be no plan funding to cushion job losses and other economic impact energy company gen on announced earlier. This month it plans to close the Coal fired power plant in allegany county in september. That will leave only three conventional coal plants online in pennsylvania without plans to retire or transition. I'm emily scott. A divided supreme court tuesday denied a request to block the us centers for disease control prevention and their order that prevents landlords nationwide from evicting. Certain tenants have failed to pay. Rent the covid. Nineteen pandemic that from cnn. The court's order means moratorium will remain in place until july. The thirty first chief. Justice roberts justice kavanagh joined the court's three liberals to keep the moratorium in place. The california state assembly set to approve a budget bill. Tomorrow that will make california the first state. In the nation to expand medicaid health coverage to people fifty over regardless of their immigration status. The expansion would allocate up to one point. Three billion dollars for the program. Jose torres casillas with advocacy group health access predictable reduce suffering for many californians groundbreaking thing it'd be beginning may first twenty twenty two rough estimates. Give it about two hundred thirty five thousand that would be newly eligible for the benefit opponents of the change argue the tax payer dollars would be better spent directly on us citizens advocates of the expansion counter. 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But we don't know well don't you thinking about the aftermath is opposed to the west apple in asia as a quiet car. Well of course you know advocating solutions for that and everything and has done. I'm talking about my my thing is is. They'll go well. Are we going to have gas like this doesn't really matter to me. I'm looking at how it takes me off the grid. Because i'm gonna. I already bought all my copper last summer. Because i knew it was going to happen in commodities and i got you know solar panels that when i go back with the batteries near there. I'm good i have friends arizona man. We're off the grid. You gotta water. Well you're get and that's what i'm seeing as that. The technology is going to allow care. How many whiz bangs. I got when i have is freedom that i'm not on their system. And just i. That's what i see is decentralization down to the individual. And that's that's support of what i'm supporting. Well you'll be joined page over there. We're going to be doing a show with him. You know and or did you see this shirt as long as you. Yeah i was like whatever you know. But it wasn't on richard grow. Did he buried yeah. it was a flattering. You know with him. But you know what i wanted to do is to give you an opportunity to just tell people what you think they should know. You know To still be coming up here next year. He's going to be around. Maybe maybe we can tell what's going to happen now. So what do you think what do you think what what's You know encouragement you can give the audience of your experience with the freedom community and you do. You think you'd get it now. The great. it's been great. I mean it really is. I mean people are coming up and talking you know and conversations and things of that nature and now there's the report everything the respect and everything has been absolutely fantastic appeals. Some love yeah..

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"robert justice" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"robert justice" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Hey folks it's been six months since we launched king dudes katie and a steak seasoning and the results are and homemakers backyard grill masters and even professional chefs can't get enough acadian. Steak seasoning my super special method of rubbing freezing then blackening stakes has caught on like mag ahead at a trump rally daughter. An eight ounce bag or six today. Go to mike church dot com forward slash row and now through independence day at a bag of my classic beast him but rub and save ten percent on both the king dudes. Acadian is take. Seasoning is available exclusively at church dot com forward slash rob crusade channel news news. You can trust because the truth can be trusted from the crusade channel news desk. Here's ron stafford and good crusaders. Welcome to wednesday june. The thirtieth twenty twenty one. I'm ron stafford reporting from the crusade. Channel news desk stafford studios in beautiful saint michaels maryland. Report is brought to you by little by rosary. handmade sacred art has megan comeback. And there's no fighter example of this art and maggie o'connell's little bienne rosary frittering beautiful rosaries and chaplains all they'd with love in southeast louisiana to browse the catalog or place custom order. Go to my church. Dot com forward slash. Rosary here's what. Listen for this hour. Supreme court and eminent domain. The latest from magdalen rose about a very large hotel in china and canadian catholic. Churches are vandalized. The us supreme court ruled in a five to four and federal eminent domain. Powers can be used to seize land to construct the pipeline in new jersey in yesterday's ruling republican appointees chief justice john roberts justice samba lito. And just as brad kavanagh voted in the majority along with the democratic appointed justices of steven briar and sonia. Sotomayor justice is. Neil gorsuch amy coney barrett clarence thomas and elena kagan dissented. The majority ruled that pennies has the power to seize state owned and protected lands to construct. It's one hundred and twenty mile long natural gas pipeline between new jersey and pennsylvania. This decision upheld. A president that energy firms have previously used to build pipelines around the united states in other news. China has a brand new and very large hotel. Yours crusade channel political correspondent. Nagla rose with more than jay hotel. Shanghai tower opened on june nineteenth. It claims to be the highest hotel in the world. The j. hotel occupies the top floors of the shanghai tower. Which at six hundred and thirty two meters about two thousand feet is the tallest building in olive china. It is the world's highest hotel with two floors higher than the eiffel tower for china. A massive rebrand of what china means internationally and how people view china internationally is necessary both because of political ramifications and the question surrounding the covid nineteen pandemic and its origins. So it's important to stay up to date on what china is doing to get into the news in the travel sector and the international sector away from political issues for the crusade channel. I'm political affairs. Correspondent one rose from indigenous and catholic leaders have condemned a recent a spate of church evangelism in canada including the quote unquote suspicious. Burning of catholic churches in the province of alberta of fire was extinguished in the early morning hours of june. The twenty eighth at six sika nation catholic church. The royal canadian mounted police said that they believe this fire was set deliberately. June twenty-first through june twenty six for catholic churches located on tribal lands in british columbia burned to the ground and anglican church was also found to be on fire on june twenty six but the fire was extinguished and caused only minor damage. We'll canadian mountain. Police said the fires quote suspicious but local leaders believe them. To have been intentionally sets are saying today comes from saint. Augustine faith is characteristic. Not of the proud but of the humboldt coming up are saints of the day. They were christians martyred in the city of rome during niro's persecution. In the year sixty four you're listening to crusade channel new. The crusade channel is proud to promote the epoch. Times newspaper. And i ask you to do the same. Please visit them today. And consider subscribing using our affiliate link like going to crusade channel dot com forward slash epoch are saints of the day are the first mortars of the church of rome. There were christians in rome with an a dozen or so years after the death of jesus even though they were not converts of the apostle of the gentiles paul had not yet visited them at a time when he wrote his great letter and fifty seven and fifty eight. There was a large jewish population rome at the time. Probably as a result of controversy between jews and jewish christians the emperor claudius expelled all jews from rome and forty nine fifty eight so stony as the historian says that the expulsion was due to disturbances in the city quote caused by these certain crust us. Or christ perhaps many came back. After claudius death and fifty four eighty pose letter was addressed to a church with members from jewish and gentile backgrounds in july of sixty four ad. More than half of rome was destroyed by fire. Rumor blamed the tragedy on niro who wanted to enlarge his palace. He shifted the blame by accusing the christians. According to the historian tacitus many christians were put to death because they're quote hatred of the human race the apostles peter and paul were among these persecuted victims and they were martyred at that site of niro's circus which is now in the bag next to saint peter's basilica threatened by army revolt and condemned to death by the senate niro committed suicide in the year. Sixty eight ad at the age of thirty one. Wherever the good news of jesus was preached it met the opposition as jesus did and many of those who began to follow him shared his suffering and death but no human force could stop the power of the spirit unleashed upon the world. The blood of martyrs has always been and will always be the seed of christians. Send.

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"robert justice" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"robert justice" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Hey folks it's been six months since we launched king dudes katie and a steak seasoning and the results are and homemakers backyard grill masters and even professional chefs can't get enough acadian. Steak seasoning my super special method of rubbing freezing then blackening stakes has caught on like mag ahead at a trump rally daughter. An eight ounce bag or six today. Go to mike church dot com forward slash row and now through independence day at a bag of my classic beast him but rub and save ten percent on both the king dudes. Acadian is take. Seasoning is available exclusively at church dot com forward slash rob crusade channel news news. You can trust because the truth can be trusted from the crusade channel news desk. Here's ron stafford and good crusaders. Welcome to wednesday june. The thirtieth twenty twenty one. I'm ron stafford reporting from the crusade. Channel news desk stafford studios in beautiful saint michaels maryland. 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"robert justice" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"robert justice" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Law and your questions, Our phone lines are open at 8884869677. It's 8884 Town Square. Okay, Rocky, So you've heard some of my favorite cases? What is one that sticks out for you as an important case that we should be paying attention to Someone would bring up Fulton versus City of Philadelphia, which is a case that I think illustrates some of the themes that we've been talking about. Um, and so, essentially there what you had is Catholic social services. Was contracting with the city of Philadelphia to provide certification of foster parents, but they would not certify a foster parent. If they were engaged in a same sex relationship. They would do a gay or lesbian as an individual, but they would not do married same sex couples. And city. Philadelphia, then therefore move to terminate the contract. An issue presented to the Supreme Court. There were broad issues and narrow issues. You know, the broad issue was Or religious groups entitled to religious exemptions from nondiscrimination laws that violate their religious police. And, of course we you, the Supreme Court heard a suit a similar case a few years ago. Out of Colorado involving the baker, who refused to bake a cake for a same sex wedding. And just like In that case, the Supreme Court came to a pretty narrow holding. This is a big issue. But the Supreme Court essentially pointed on the big issues and came to a Judgment with six of the justices. The three is that we talked about before kind of the Moderate to liberal pragmatist, along with Chief Justice Roberts, Justice Kavanaugh and Justice Parrot where they said, Well, this particular contract Gives the director of the program for the city the right to waive the nondiscrimination policy. In his or her sole discretion. And so it's hard for us to believe that this is really that important to you. If this is entirely waivable at your discretion, and so because of this particular contract term, which is very rare in these kinds of contracts across the country, but we're going to say in this case You cannot, um Keep the Catholic social services from being able to participate in this program. Now, of course on remand. When goes back to Steve Philadelphia can just take that contract term out for the next year. We're going to start all over again. With the same case, But you had six justices willing to decided on that narrow ground, and then you had the three more originalist arch conservatives. Saying no, no, We want to create a system where you there is a broad right of religiously motivated individuals opt out of these non discrimination. Policies when it's based on their religion. So see that that split that the economy on the court with respect to how broad It's going to be ruling. In these cases. All the justices on the court agreed that Catholic social Services wins this case. Don't dispute between the justices was how big of a victory do they get? And how What does this mean for future cases? The holding in this case ended up being so narrow that it only really applied in this particular contractual provisions situation or is what the Concurring judges want to do would have been much broader. Okay, let me see if I understand this. Then Here we go. We're gonna going to dumb it down for myself here. So basically, they said following this particular Point is that Philadelphia cannot cancel the contract with CAC Catholic social Services over this issue. That they have to acknowledge the Catholic social services has a connection to religion, which has a right to their belief system and therefore the city can't Cancel a contract with them over that. Am I getting that well because of a specific provision in the contract. That says that any nondiscrimination policy can be waived by the city. So that makes it really narrow. Mm. And so it really only applies to this particular contract and other contracts with similar contractual language. So then why do does the Supreme Court go into such a fine point is that they don't really want to make a broader statement on it, so they're narrowing it down to something that they can agree upon, or what? What's actually happening there when they're all discussing this Right, So I think one thing that's been very important to John Roberts. If he doesn't Who was the chief justice. He doesn't want the court to be looked at as just an extension of ordinary politics. Now, that's not to say he always succeeds in that, and that's not to say he doesn't always Vote in a way that isn't against that belief that the court's going to be engaged in ordinary politics if you remember when President Trump made a comment about A judge that had ruled against him with some Clinton judge and Roberts came back with a statement very rare for the court to get involved in this said There are no Bush judges. There are no Clinton judges. There are judges of the United States all trying to do our best to perform the judicial role. And I think Robert's likes on a very controversial case like this if there's a way To compromise and to calm to a narrower result that achieves across the board. Um, agreement from the court. He's willing to do that means willing to compromise and also the moderate pragmatist and the literal pragmatists are willing to do that as well. Um, the three arch conservatives also they're going to they have their hard core positions and they're going to stick to them. Um, but I think that's part of now. Obviously, I don't want to overstate this. There are situations where the court just divide 54 strictly and when you read it, it's like this is what their political beliefs are. And this is what's dividing the court. Are cases like that. I'm not going to try to argue that there is not, um, but I also think that if there is a vehicle for doing that to come up with a narrower ground That gets more support from across the spectrum of the court. Roberts has been willing to pursue that, oftentimes, not always..

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"robert justice" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"robert justice" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Triple shooting editor. Cobb county grocery store and georgia has left a cashier dead and a deputy and the gunman injured. The incident started when a man walked into a store and refused to put on a mask thirty year. Old victor li tucker junior of palmetto left the store and returned with a gun. He was arrested crawling out of the store. Us senate republicans are due to hear details. On tuesday about a bipartisan proposal. To revitalize america's infrastructure plan members of a bipartisan senate group will discuss a proposal with republican senators. At their weekly policy lunch distance runners shelby houlihan was banned from the sport for four years after testing positive for an anabolic steroid houlahan. Who's the current national champion and record holder at both be fifteen hundred meter and five thousand meter runs says on instagram a burrito. She ate from a mexican food. Truck is the culprit. Usa radio news. Ufo's are back in the news and even the military can't explain these strange you f. o.'s intercepting our ships and planes. Are they a sign of something real dangerous or even biblical now rob schmidt takes a look at the biggest mystery of our time rob special series. Ufo's are they really here. Airs all this week on. Newsmax tune into rob schmidt tonight on newsmax now on all major cable systems. It's already the fourth largest cable news channel. If your cable company doesn't carry newsmax call them. Tell them you want newsmax or you can switch or get newsmax for free on your smart. Tv's roku zumo. Amazon fire apple tv or more. And don't forget to download the free newsmax app on your smartphone and start watching now. Find out the latest on ufo's with rob schmidt and checkout newsmax. Tonight it's real news for real people. One lawmaker wants a small troop presence to remain in afghanistan. Tim burke from the phoenix. Usa radio news bureau reports. Senator james inhofe is proposing that president biden. Leave one thousand. Us troops in afghanistan. The oklahoma republican recommending a small force be left there until spring of twenty twenty two in an op. Ed for the wall street journal. Lehnhoff writing the. Us needs to maintain a counterterrorism force on the ground as the political insecurity environment evolves from the usa. Radio news experience. I'm timberg the senate on monday. Approved the nomination of judge catania brown jackson. Federal appeals court in the district of columbia confirming president biden's first nominee to the us appellate courts chief justice. John roberts justices. Clarence thomas and brad kavanagh served on the appellate court in the nation's capital before ascending to the high court jackson has served on the us district court in dc since two thousand thirteen and was vice chair of the us sentencing commission. This is usa radio news. Hi this is dr joel and wanted to tell you that. 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"robert justice" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

SPORTS GOOFS

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"robert justice" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

"On sports goofs so now that we've discussed the arguments that both parties made now. Let's get into our analysis if you will of what was actually what actually occurred so doing a bit of reading at some of the quotes and what some of the justices said. You would get the impression that they are going to rule in favor of allston and pretty much any article you see online access to the same effect they think. Oh it's it's a slam dunk to use a sports metaphor guess and there were in particular quotes questions from the justice. John roberts justice clarence thomas who i should note is a major fan of the nebraska cornhuskers and justice samuel alito their major point of questioning was kind of centered around. How is it that the nc double a. the conference's can be making billions upon billions of dollars and not give any sort of compensation to the players. I think one thing one of the mentioned was how schools are allowed to pay fifty thousand dollars toward a ten million dollar insurance policy to support the players if they get injured and can't go pro and one of them mentioned that they will. They thought it was paid for play in essence that they're almost treating them like pro athletes. Did you get a chance to look at much of what the justices said. Yeah i i think that they almost universally were were skeptical. That the that the restriction is achieving the the pro-competitive Purposes that the incidental as asserting justice alito in particular with was harping on the the graduation weight or lack thereof for for athletes in the power. Five that compete in men's basketball or college football and the incident lay argues that there that athletes will become detached from the academic process. But there's overwhelming evidence that they already are. They live in largely set in dorms together. Colleges again especially at the the power five level. That's really the issue that the schools that make the most money off the athletes. They are pouring millions and millions of dollars into these massive training facilities and training tables which are student athletes Student athletes only cafeterias and and these training centers that only the athletes are allowed to access and they also get access to private tutoring that the that the athletes already predominantly live their lives in a bubble there. They spend so much time and their schedules are so streamlined to allow them to spend as much time focusing on their sport as possible. That it's really not possible for a change in compensation to have a difference on that at this point so now would you say the justices talked about on the other side going against allston..

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"robert justice" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"robert justice" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"What are we gonna be asking ourselves hoping beyond hope, Beyond hope that they worked in. Donald Trump remains president. Four more years. Is that really The plan. Tony Katz, Tony Cats today 833 got Tony 8334688669. I think one of the better questions is well, the process that we're about to watch from representatives in the House and Senators in the Senate. Are they following the Constitution? Are they usurping of the vote as many people are trying to push out there specifically in the media apparatchik? Can they set aside electors? Or can they replace electors for buying with electors for Trump in specific states, giving President Trump 270 electoral votes? And can there be any challenge to what the House and Senate do? Joining us now is William Jacobson of legal insurrection dot com, also a Cornell law professor and let's take this into a couple of its component parts here. This is challenging the electors is constitutionally Prescribed, meaning that there is a way for this to happen on this is I argue happening because the Supreme Court decided not to take cases even though Justice Alito and Justice Robert not Justice Roberts, Justice Thomas said. They should. It's the state's conversation. They should take the case. They didn't take the case if the Supreme Court had taken some of these cases. Would we be in this position today and our people like Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley and these members of Congress acting in an inappropriate or unconstitutional way? Well, you have a lot of questions. What rocking? The first issue is, I think it is highly questionable. Whether this challenge procedure set out in legislation legislation, which is you know almost a century and a half old is actually constitutional in the constitutional Constitution, says the votes. Submitted through the state through the constitutional process shall be opened and shall be counted makes no provision in it for disputes. Things like that. The legislation was passed after Their way questions. What do we do if a state sense to disputed differing sets of oats? Let's say the Legislature of a state certifies one set of votes and the executive brain certifies the different and they send them both to Congress to be counted. What do we do in the Constitution doesn't tell you that, But that's not the current situation. There is not a single state, which in its official capacity has certified to competing sets of votes. There are people in certain states who have gotten together and said, We're going to propose alternatives, but that's really not constitutional. I mean, I could get together with friends and I could still ask votes and put him in an envelope and send them to Mike Pence. That doesn't make it under the constitutional scheme, votes presented to be counted so There really is no provision in the Constitution that allows what is going on. But this has been a law on the books from Congress for a century and a half. I don't believe it's ever been challenged before, and that's That legislation is what the senators are invoking in the legislation says when the votes are opened on by the Called out to be counted by the president of the Senate. Who's the vice president? Vice president Pence that if one member of the house and one member of the Senate race is an objection, they go and deliberate on it. So you are you? You question the idea that Or think that Senator Cruz and Senator Holly Guise of clerked for first Supreme Court justices Attorney General in Holly and Solicitor general in Ted Cruz. If they thought there was a real constitutional question here. Do you think they'd move forward? I don't know. I mean, again, the law that's been on the books for a century and a half. Never been challenged before. You could make an argument that the law is intended to fill in a gap in the Constitution, which is what do you do when you have a contested Vote from a particular state. But I think that the law was originally intended to address situations where there are two competing sex, not where there are On this sort of objections raised now, but I think that's a gray area, so the law was intended to fill in a gap in the Constitution. But nobody should say the Constitution provides for this procedure because it doesn't Um each congressional legislation intended to fill in in Mookie area and an uncertainty as to what you do so I don't think they are knowingly or consciously or intentionally violating the Constitution. But there's nothing in the Constitution, which says that could do with the are doing. It's it's congressional legislation. So the answer to the question is, I don't believe they think there's a question but I think there is a question as to whether this law is actually valid, But assuming that the law is valid, they're entitled to do what they're going to do. It has zero chance of success. It's being done. I think for political reasons, just like Democrats have used the law before the Democrats in the House have raised these objections. I believe it's four times and three times recently, and Democrats in both the House and the Senate raised objections and Tuesday, January 2005 to try to prevent George Bush from taking office. So this is not unprecedented, but nobody should claim it's based on the Constitution. We've got zero chance of success because Do the congressional law that they were invoking. They're entitled to object. But once that happens, you essentially have a vote of the Congress. And you would need both houses of Congress to disallow them from a particular state. And as I understand it talking William Jacobson of legal insurrection dot com We still have a minute left it would it would not be to replace electors. Right. We're not talking about replacing the Biden electors with Trump electors. Even though Republicans did in some places pushed forward their electors. It would be to disallow electors from certain places, which would then bring you to the House of Representatives in the Senate decided the presidency. I only got about 20 seconds. I have it right, Greg. No, actually, you would have to disallow from several states and if one of the houses of Congress, meaning the House of Representatives does not vote to disallow those votes are counted. So by default, they are counted unless both houses Choose to disregard them. So there's zero chance of success. You and and let's look I'm with you there. I understand that we've been discussing this. You know, I always say that the odds are are less than 1% or less than 1%. Because there's some strange chance it exists. But.

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Supreme Court throws out Louisiana abortion restrictions

Bloomberg Law

07:32 min | 2 years ago

Supreme Court throws out Louisiana abortion restrictions

"Been talking to Stephen Black professor at the University of Texas Law School about the decision today We're a divided Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law that opponents said would have left the state with only one abortion clinic. Chief Justice John Roberts provided the crucial vote during the court's liberal justices in a 5 to 4 majority. So Justice Stephen Breyer, who also wrote the majority opinion in the Texas Case, wrote the majority opinion here did he reiterated his reasoning in the Texas case, or did he just follow precedent? No American. I think a lot of the plurality of him by the prior was very much not just reiterating what he wrote for the majority four years ago in the home of health case, but also do not carefully trying to explain why that decision for your so should control the case. Why the Louisiana line is not in any material way. Actually, or legally different fromthe law that the court threw out in Texas four years ago. If I can, you know for Brier, the queue is to show why these cases are not the similar And you know, I don't get you. Justice. Roberts actually agreed with that. I think you just agreed with the endorsement of the analysis from the earlier decision on hold and help if that's why he felt obliged and compelled to write separately. What was the thread running through the dissenting opinions? What's interesting about this case is, you know if you read the sentinel opinions that actually very little tune about roar, Casey and a whole lot about standing, you know, I think for the defenders, the ground they were hoping in this case would be resolved on Was that the abortion providers June Medical Services, etcetera weren't proper parties. The challenge Louisiana long the first place that would have allowed the court sidestep a major ruling on the stuff into scope of the right to pursue a pre viability abortion. But of course, there were consequences all his own indignant much harder for a court to hear these kinds of pieces going forward, so No, I think for the dissenters for justice Promise Justice Alito. The quarters from Kavanaugh know there at least stated opposition here with principally to the court allow in this case to reach America at all. I suspect June that that no one will be surprised if no. Were those marriage to be properly before them. They just hostile to them that know the descent maybe focus on stand them, but I think it's not hard to imagine that there are objections on the merits behind them as well. So during his confirmation hearings, Justice Cavanaugh was questioned again and again on Roe v. Wade, and he said he would follow precedent. Did he veer from that in this decision? I don't think so. I mean, just, Kavanaugh wrote only a very short to page dissent, although he joined a large chunk of just much longer defense. You know, I think Kavanaugh is a little bit cagey and careful on exactly that point. Doesn't say a lot about roar. Casey. He really put it on the procedural question of whether these planets had standin on why he thinks that matter should have been read ended the trial court traditional back finding on that question. But, you know, I think folks are not gonna have trouble reason. If you imagine this is You know, suitable and without necessarily saying that he's probably a reliable vote for the conservatives in a case where the merits of an abortion restriction really aren't properly before the court. You know, I don't think it's directly inconsistent with anything, he said during the confirmation process, But Matt it certainly doesn't come running like wall. We've heard a lot about Justice Roberts Justice Gorsuch Has Cavanaugh been a reliable conservative vote during his first term here, I think, for the most part, I mean, I think there's one or two paces June where You know he's been on the other side. We're siding with the progressive on Ly one that comes to mind when you was the deciding vote on. It wasn't an especially major contention case that without an antitrust case You know, I think he's probably been in some respects more reliable in a smaller data set as a conservative vote than justice. Gorsuch has been, obviously, of course, it's you know, it's fresh off of the Majority opinion he wrote in the LGBT discrimination case, You know, so I think I think it's pretty clear that injustice. Cavanaugh, the conservative, got what they were hoping for. Um Whether that hold across the larger data set, we'll see. But you know, I also think it's also a sign of the times. June. You know, we had a 30 year period We had a Supreme Court with No. Two very obvious swing. That justice is Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, Justice Anthony Kennedy, where you could see these pretty profound shift in majorities from one case to the next. That's not where we are. Now we have a solid conservative majority and results, like the abortion case, don't change that. I think they just show that there are at least some elements that even the solid conservative majority won't transgress. This was the third time in two weeks that Chief Justice John Roberts disappointed conservatives in a blockbuster opinion. Is he now the next Justice Kennedy Oh, I think it's been clear June since Justice Cabin always confirmed to the Supreme Court that in most, not all but most of the high profile, divisive partisan No social and contentious cases before the Supreme Court. The departure of death of Kennedy puts to Justice Robert from the middle, and I think, you know we're seeing that this term in spades. It's not just his decisive vote today in the Louisiana abortion paid not just his majority opinion in the doc a case you know that he also joined Justice Gorsuch. In the LGBT discrimination case, So you know they're going to be out liars where it's not the chief Cruz the swing vote, But I think you know in the high profile cases more often than not, yes, where there's a 5 to 4 majority, and it's No for the conservatives who sent him the the one who will have been personally to switch sides with the chief justice John, I don't think that's because anything about the chief has changed. I think that because No. The court itself has changed. And because the kind of dispute the court is taken are increasingly grounds new towards ones where any of those five justices were going. Be disinclined Tio. Ride with the quote unquote conservative position. It's going to be John Roberts. Using this opinion and looking forward at some of the other opinions that are coming out, especially the decision on the subpoenas for Trump's financial records. Does this tell us anything about how justice Roberts may vote on that? I really don't think so. You know, I don't think that this is any kind of broader shift or pattern in how the chief justice instead of his job, you know, I think he's he's able to take that from cases differently. I mean, you know, right after we got the abortion opinion this morning, we got the chief justice's majority opinion. And that's the Buchanans, which was a very classically conservative separation of powers. Hold them from him. So I don't think we should read anything broader into his vote in these cases, other than the reality that he is now the Longboat And, you know, do not could show up again as early as you know the cases where they were coming down on Tuesday or the rest of this week or next week. You know, I don't think this is the last time this term that the chief going to be the swing vote, But I also don't think that you know the fact that he's this one wrote in some cases allows us to predict in which cases It most likely

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Air Force sergeant charged in shooting death of federal security officer outside U.S. courthouse in Oakland, California

Mark Thompson

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Air Force sergeant charged in shooting death of federal security officer outside U.S. courthouse in Oakland, California

"Federal authorities are charging the suspected gunmen in the ambush killing of a Santa Cruz County sheriff's deputy with the murder of a federal security officer in Oakland a week earlier therefore staff sergeant Steven Correo is charged with murder and attempted murder in the killing a federal officer Dave Patrick Underwood and the wounding of his partner FBI special agent in charge John Bennett says Correa and his alleged accomplice Robert justice junior drove their van to Oakland intending to kill cops we believe Correo injustice chose this date because of the planned protest in Oakland provided an opportunity for them to target multiple law enforcement personnel and avoid apprehension to the large crowds attending the demonstrations Hey Jim Bennett says two men the two men belong to a so called boogaloo movement which advocates a violent uprising or impending civil war in the U. S. authorities say the assault rifle allegedly used in both killings was

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Supreme Court Hears Arguments for Citizenship on 2020 Census

First Morning News

01:22 min | 4 years ago

Supreme Court Hears Arguments for Citizenship on 2020 Census

"Limbaugh. According to the drive by media, the five conservative justices on a super premium court are about to do the unthinkable they are about to uphold Trump's plan to add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty cents. Now by court watchers said during. Arguments on Tuesday, the justices were split along. Ideological lines the four liberals sided with blue cities who hate the citizenship question. Justice Sonia, Sotomayor, the wise Latina said that fewer people will respond if the question is included leading to an undercount, but Justice Gorsuch Justice. Kevin O pointed out that the citizenship. Question was part of the census for most of our history, and that many nations ask residents about citizenship. Chief Justice Roberts Justice Samuel Alito said the Trump administration's decision to end the question seem reasonable to them. Now, the liberals depend on the illegal immigrant population to help them demand more tax dollars and to inflate the numbers of congressional seats. They hold they are terrified of losing both money and power if the court rules in the correct way, which is in favor of the constitution. And that's why they're in panic mode. I mean how. Dick Yetlis is this to ask a question. If you're a citizen is considered to be

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Thanksgiving: Prepare for the busiest travel time of the year

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

00:38 sec | 4 years ago

Thanksgiving: Prepare for the busiest travel time of the year

"Was traveling today were you traveling Allen. No, actually, I tried to rent a car, and there was no way to rent a car, and they wanted to charge me five hundred dollars. So I cancelled it. Oh, good for you. So where are you spending thanksgiving week weekend? Well, I'm sending it up in New York state where my family and actually I've been New York City right now. Where there's a lot going on. What can I say? By the way. No, I've not begin. I do eat fish. But I had a pet Turkey named Pablo which is Turkey in Spanish, and he broke my nose when he tried to a way after I was talking and kissing. Only you Ellen. I love it that after he Africa back. I had my nose fix, obviously. And then he died a natural death. And then I had impact determined and he lives at the bottom of my stairs in lily, Dale, New York, which of course, dead people are too should come into your radio show from Idaho. I know I really wanna do it there because I've read stories about it, you know, about it. And I am we're going to make that happen. I want to come and do that. I wanna do that for the listeners would love. And of course, then you can meet Pablo. I I like it. We're gonna make it happen. I promise you that's going to be my twenty nineteen. So we're going to do that. So in Washington, the big story, but really reverberating outside of Washington is President Trump and the criticism of you know, the rare criticism of supreme court chief Justice John Roberts. And believe that Robert Kennedy. Well, what he basically said Robert Justice what Trump tweeted out back. In fact, there was a Obama judge and the ninth circuit that permit. Compare very very tough on migration cetera. So then John Roberts says we don't have. And he's the chief Justice was Republican was appointed by Republican. And he basically said, hey, we have Clinton charges. We don't have Bush judges. We don't have Obama judges. And we don't have Trump judges. We have just judges. And then President Trump tweeted out again. Yes, we do have judges that are one of those four. And I mean, this is just a war. You do not make war with the chief Justice seem state. Yeah. That was really surprising. I think we've seen the last of that. I mean, even you know Chuck Grassley tried to defend the president's saying, you know, why did Roberts rebuke Obama's remark. Why didn't he do that? He was trying to say he didn't do that before with Obama, and he made a comment, but I think that's much different. It is much different. And it's going to. I mean, this is to go down in the history books. Thanksgiving. But because nobody can believe that Roberts issued that statement. I mean, it was just unbelievable. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. I agree. And then how about this story? Then this other story that's getting a lot of attention is the president praising the Saudis for the low world oil prices. Oh my gosh. So as you know, he has just let the Saudis off the hook in terms thicker, show key Kelly. And. Basically, he said, listen, if we don't sell the Saudis things they're going to buy it from Russia and China that might be true. But as you remember, we have had former presidents like Carter who actually put human rights. I was roundly criticized for that. But President Trump is being criticized for not putting human rights at all in context. Yeah. Wow. I don't think we've heard the last of this whole Saudi thing either. This is just kind of a tipping point. There may be much more. That happens down the line only that and I'll tell you I was against of the Saudi Arabian government after nine eleven along with them up a talk show host, and they took us to a party on the Red Sea. I've never seen so much alcohol in my entire life. Drink it. Yeah. I've heard similar things. So that's not shocking to me. Let's put it that way. In the meantime, here's the big thing. Because there you are in in. New York City and so much conversation about the weather. What is the temperature like in the east coast is like what one degrading very very cold, very cold. Yeah. Not a great for parades. A not a and it's supposed to be very windy or the Macy's day parade. Very windy, and you know, we have seen balloons get blown about. But the wind is supposed to be staggering which would be just in a few hours. Wow. Crazy, and you and I talked about Nancy Pelosi. And now there's the story that Marcia fudge is not running to oppose Pelosi because that was. Title, Marcia fudge is a congresswoman from the great state of Ohio, which is where I'm from. And basically she met with Nancy Pelosi. She was going to run against her and then Pelosi has revived a committee on voting and she's putting Marcia fudge in charge. And Marcia fudge, Dan is not going to run against Nancy Pelosi. Now, Nancy Pelosi needs to hundred eighteen votes to be the speaker. She would just make it may be. But if she doesn't they're probably going to change it wolf. Wow. Crazy. Have a great thanksgiving holiday, and thanks so much Ellen. Thank you. All right, lily, Dale. It is in my future lily, Dale for those of you who don't know there's been documentaries on it on this this town, and it's an interesting place. It's the world's largest center for the religion of spiritualism. Basically, there's fifty mediums there. There's education and workshops on healing and personal growth and all kinds of things, and it was a place that was incorporated back in the late

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Elena Kagan, John Roberts and University Of California Irvine Law School discussed on Surveillance

Surveillance

01:22 min | 5 years ago

Elena Kagan, John Roberts and University Of California Irvine Law School discussed on Surveillance

"Or driver's license numbers nancy lyons bloomberg radio the more than year long effort to sell toshiba's chip division we'll have to wait longer the japanese technology giant says it has missed an initial deadline to close the sale of its biggest business now that pushes the deal with a group led by being capital backed by at least a month global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm joan doniger this is bloomberg welcome to bloomberg law i'm june grosso ahead in this hour a special supreme court edition of bloomberg law the dynamics of the court that often split five to core down ideological lines why the first amendment is at issue in so many cases this term the way justice kennedy goes is often the way the court goes is he retiring and have you noticed the solicitor general has been switching sides lately joining me for this hour to discuss the court or greg stohr bloomberg news supreme court reporter and leah litmanen professor of constitutional law at university of california irvine law school greg we've talked before about the four justices chief justice john roberts justice anthony kennedy steven briar and elena kagan who try for consensus to avoid five for ideological divide what's the importance.

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