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Fresh update on "ruth bader ginsburg" discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Control. Have you actually said things publicly that later on, you realize I wish somebody had stopped me or profanities on your show? I don't remember that. Wow, good. Good. But that's not, that's not really, I mean ideologically something that you would say. Oh, no, no, I don't think anything that I don't say. I don't have a filter. People have said I should get one installed. Okay. I literally have a no filter. If I think it, you know it, whether you've asked me or not. Don't have to pull me off the stage. I have been pulled off the stage. In 1992, when they wouldn't let governor Bill Casey speak pro life at the Democratic National Convention, they banned him from speaking. He came to Cooper union here in New York to give the same speech that he'd been denied the chance to give at the democratic national wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, before you leave into this, that we have to give context. He was a pro life Democrat governor of Pennsylvania. 10,000 years ago, the Democrats had a handful of candidates and governors and who were actually pro life and Casey of Pennsylvania. Not the current one, his dad, his dad, was amazingly actually pro life. So they banned him from saying it so he came to Cooper union in New York, the famous place where Abraham Lincoln spoke. The famous haven of free speech, where Lincoln gave a famous speech that pro slavery people wouldn't live and give elsewhere. Nat hent off of The Village Voice who was a pro life atheist, he was the host. And a friend and I went down to hear Casey give the speech that had been forbidden by the Democrats. In 1992. In 1992, but a bunch of antifa types showed up and shouted him down and would not let him give his speech. So when he walked off the stage, I jumped onto the stage and gave a speech denouncing these people, but they turned off the microphone. I think that's a good thing, John. I don't think it's a shameful moment. That's a heroic moment. God bless you for that. No filter. We've always had antifa types among us, right? I mean, we've always had people that just, they don't believe in the fundamental values, and they're going to use force. They're going to do what they can. But as a culture, we've been largely successful until recently in dealing with them. Well, okay, antifa is today what the Ku Klux Klan was up and through the 60s. It is the street muscle of the Democratic Party. And it's just carrying on the tradition of the Klan of stopping people from voting, stopping people from speaking, distorting the constitution right now, I mean, first of all, Samuel Alito in the Dobbs decision showed that roe V wade and Planned Parenthood re Casey had no constitutional basis. Whatsoever. They were garbage. They would not have passed muster on a soft second year law school exam at a third rate law school in Barbados. They were garbage. Everybody in the left knew that they were garbage. Ruth Bader Ginsburg said they were garbage. Lawrence tribe admitted they were garbage. All Samuel elite who did was take out the garbage and say, there is nothing in the constitution that rules on abortion one way or the other. Let the people vote. Everyone today, the left, they're not trying to argue for the merits of these Supreme Court decisions. They're not looking in the constitution for justifications for a legal right to abortion. They are smashing church, cutting the heads off statues outside Catholic churches. They are firebombing pro life pregnancy centers like the one you're now, by the way, that is actual domestic terrorism. That's folks. People talk about quote unquote domestic terrorism. This is actual domestic terrorism. But what you're saying is that they have no arguments. They know it's not in the constitution. They don't care. So they're going to use violence and intimidation. The way they've tried to intimidate the Supreme Court Justices outside their homes. Which on the key is it's one thing for people to do that. The key is that the people in power don't do anything about it. And that's the key because if they did, it would be a different ball game. And that's the Nazi connection. There's something called anarcho tyranny. And I encourage people to Google it I've written a column about it stream dot org entitled. Daddy, are we communist Poland yet? A narco tyranny is where the government uses anarchy for an tyranny alternately to serve its purposes. So, when the Nazis would riot in a German city and beat up socialists and Catholics and communists, the mayor was usually on the Nazi side. So they would arrest everybody, the Nazis, they will let them off with a slap on the wrist, like antipa today. And then they would prosecute anyone who defended themselves. The way Kyle rittenhouse and Jake gardiner and the mccluskey's were prosecuted for defending themselves. Anarchy for me, tyranny for thee. The Democrats are using the Nazi brown shirt playbook to take power across the country. But you said, I mean, you equated that to the KKK. But John, John. At the end of the day, you want to say, okay, wait a minute. We know they're doing this. How could they get away with this? Well, I just said that the government is on their side. The government in Seattle was on the side of the rioters, not the property. No, no, no, no. I mean, I know this, but I still feel that in America. I mean, I expect maybe madness in Seattle and Portland or but it seems to me that we have enough people who believe in Law & Order in the Democrats. Really? Well, isn't that the question? The Democrats are no longer a mainstream patriotic political party. They are an extremist cult. They have been control of the Democrats has been ceased by their most radical most insane fringe partisans. They are wagging the dog. The lunatics are in charge of the asylum and the Democrats are fine with it because they think it will put them in power. Just the way the German conservatives were fine with the Nazi brown shirts they thought, let them terrorize people, we can reel them in later and we can control them. Guess what? You can't. But the rhinos are letting them get away. Right, but this is kind of the point. I'm always looking just the way my brain works or doesn't work. I'm always looking for, where's the problem? The problem to me is with the rhinos. In other words, if they were willing to have just a modicum of backbone and to stand up for these things. But it's not. It wouldn't be so easy for the crazy. But it's not so much cowardice. The rhinos are like the Vichy French who collaborated with the Germans. The people who the Germans appointed to run France on their behalf. People like petain and laval were unpopular. They couldn't win elections. They couldn't take power on their own. But the Nazis could put them in his puppets. Just so losers like Mitt Romney and George W. Bush and Paul Ryan and Liz Cheney are not popular among Republicans, they're not popular among voters, but they have money behind them. They have institutions that they seize control of and hijacked and the Democrats are willing to work with them. So these Republicans would rather collaborate with the Democrats in order to keep control of the Republican Party institution. Then let real conservatives win. They are the Washington generals who go out every day to lose graciously to the Harlem globetrotters. And the maga people are people who actually try to win and mess up their cozy arrangement with the globetrotters. You're going to lose us this contract. So the question is in this battle in which we find ourselves, it seems to me that some real good guys and gals have arisen. Of course. When I think about Lauren boebert and Marjorie Taylor Greene and Carrie Lake Matt Gaetz and Matt Gaetz and on and on and on, there are Doug, but I mean, that gives me hope. If Doug Montreal and Kerry Lake became the governors of Pennsylvania and Arizona respectively, these are game changing things. And they would not have even risen to prominence the same thing with Lauren boebert, Marjorie Taylor Greene, a number of others, if things hadn't been this bad. Sometimes things have to get ugly in order to realize, wait a minute. We are the Washington generals. I don't want to lose to the globetrotters every time. I don't care about the check that they're sending us. So yeah, the Republican Party as it existed before 2016. Nominated the following people. Bob Dole, George W. Bush. Meet John John World War three McCain and Mitt Romney with Republicans like that who needs Democrats. We had a one party system from the time pap Buchanan lot failed to unseat George W George H. W. Bush. We had a one party system with two factions sort of working together to control the country from the middle. The Bill Clinton, George Bush, but this is my headed drag. This is the wake-up call for me and for many people in America. I think that over time we've come to see that this is the case. And it really takes time to understand this is reality. It's not easy, but when we come back, we'll continue the conversation with John's Americans here from Texas.
Fresh update on "ruth bader ginsburg" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"These are the same people who want to abolish the Electoral College. They want to tear down the things that protect us. From a two big government that wants to control us? The very thing that are found in fathers, the founding generation was trying to protect us against. This heavy hand, that's what they're trying to do. So we need to get back to the basics as a country back to this decentralization and protect these safeguards because the Supreme Court is part of those checks and balances. It's supposed to protect us. The Supreme Court is not supposed to be writing laws. It's supposed to be deeming if laws are if things are constitutional, right? That's the whole point. I mean, even Ruth Bader Ginsburg saw that right she even saw that with roe versus wade. She even said that it had invited no dialog with legislators and said it seemed entirely to remove the ball from the legislators court. You know, but that's not what the left ones, right? You know, these are people who don't just take their ball and go home. They throw them all the cocktail on either way. But we just need a heavy handed government a little bit too close. We've seen tyranny a little bit too close. And I don't know about you, but I always kind of thought maybe we were a little bit immune to tyranny because we're America. We're different. We're not. You guys saw that during COVID. Businesses closed children can't go to school. You got to wear a mask that doesn't protect you got to get a vaccine that doesn't protect you. We've seen a purging of the unvaccinated from the military. Do you really think that's about, does that make us stronger? As a nation, does that make us a better country? Course it doesn't. It's about brow beating. It's about submission. That's the left. There are about power. You know, that's what they want. These are the same people who are against things like this is why they oppose the First Amendment. This is why they oppose the Second Amendment again safeguards for freedom and liberty in America. Safeguards from the government. What's the purpose of the Second Amendment? It's to protect us from tyranny. Why do you think every authoritarian regime? What did the Taliban do? When they took over Afghanistan again. They took guns. A disarmed population is easier to control. This is what they do. This is what drives them. Is control. So we've got to recognize this and we've got to understand the purpose of America the purpose of these safeguards, so we know how to protect them. We know why we're protecting them. We know that why it's important. Because we're Americans. We're a country founded upon with individuals who declared liberty an independence they're willing to lay down their lives for liberty. Patriots who believed in a limited central government, you know, so why are we taking this from the people in charge? I mean, we've had so many patriots as we heard from the hundred year old veteran at the beginning of this block. Who are willing to lay down their life for this great country. So we have a duty and an obligation to save it to protect it. To understand what makes us great as Americans, and you know, to do or darn us to go back to those fundamentals back to the basics. So I'm going to talk when we get back from the commercial break about how we do that. How are we doing that in some ways? And why it's important? I'm Lisa booth. I'm filling in for the great Dan bongino, stay with us so much ahead. It's never good when the nation supposed authority on economic policy completely misses the flashy red lights of impending inflation. Now treasury secretary Yellen is finally admitted, there have been unanticipated and large shocks to the economy that have boosted energy and food prices and supply bottlenecks that affected our economy badly that I didn't at the time fully understand
Fresh update on "ruth bader ginsburg" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Has lost legitimacy. They have burned whatever legitimacy they may still have had. This is a crisis of legitimacy. This decision is de legitimizing the Supreme Court. Who is clarence Thomas? Is he my Saudi Arabian father who's going to tell me what I can and can not do with my body? A lot of people who believe this is a rigged court. I'm just convinced we need to burn it all down because at this point I don't know what else we're supposed to do. Be prepared to live in defiance of these 6 people. The Supreme Court does not make the laws. It rules on a third constitutional. And even on roe versus wade, the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had said this. She said that it had invited no dialog with legislators instead, it seemed entirely to remove the ball from the legislators court. And of the decision to overturn justice Samuel literatus, he said the constitution makes no reference to abortion, and no such right is implicitly protected by any constitutional provision. It is time to heed the constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people's elected representatives. That's not what the left wants. They want control, right? It's their religion. I mean, look at most surveys, they're not very religious, so this is their religion. They're like that kid that doesn't get their way. They take their ball and go home, but instead of taking their ball and going home, today's progressives throw molotov cocktail. They want to blow up the filibuster. They want to eliminate the Electoral College. They want to protect all these things that protect us from an all too powerful government. And from rule, we saw that during COVID that they want to control you. It wasn't about public health. It was about coercion to a mass power. Lockdowns destroyed the lives of children, destroyed the businesses, led to overdoses and suicides. Right? You look at all these different issues. I mean, these are the people who would accuse Brett Kavanaugh of gang rape. And I don't know about you, but that really got me. You know, I had for the longest time in one of those people that was kind of like, you know, maybe we can find common ground. They're not that bad. We could work with them. No, no, no, not after Brett Kavanaugh. Accusing a father of two a husband of gang rape basely? Without any evidence, what do you think they're willing to do to you? And then you look at the issue during COVID with vaccines, pushing vaccines that don't stop the spread of COVID? You look at Rasmussen polling? In January that found 45% of Democrats would favor governments requiring citizens to live in government facilities that refuse to get the vaccine. That's me, I didn't get the vaccine. I'm young and healthy. I never needed it. And the heck, if I'm going to be bullied by anyone, let alone my own government into getting something I don't need that doesn't even have the 5 to ten years of safety data that's average, the heck if I'm going to do that, Beck, if I'm going to let my employer bully me into getting a vaccine, so I did not get it. You'll get that same poll 29% of Democrat voters would support taking children away from unvaccinated parents. Almost 50% think the federal and state governments should be able to fine or imprison individuals who publicly question the efficacy of vaccines on social media, television radio, right? And we all know it's not about the vaccine. It's about punishing dissent. It's about control. It's the very reason they want to censor speech and take away guns. This is why they don't believe in the First Amendment. This is why I don't believe in the Second Amendment. Amendments that are vital for or freedom, they disdain them. I mean, you can go back to not too long ago, the Justice Department indicted a 31 year old for a 2016 election meme. Telling people that they could avoid lines and vote from home, right? He was indicted on a single felony count for election interference. They said that he was conspiring with others to disseminate misinformation designed to deprive individuals of their constitutional right to vote because of a meme. These are the same people who encourage the FBI and the DoJ weaponizing Clinton opposition research against American citizens. And how was it not interference election interference when you've got Twitter and big tech? Censoring and disallowing the spread of real information about Hunter Biden and remember that all those Intel officials lie to us about that one too, they told us it was Russian disinformation. But they didn't seem concerned about the Russian disinformation that the DoJ and the FBI was using to weaponize against Carter page, who in fact was actually working with the United States government, not against us, but that wasn't good enough for Kevin Klein Smith who doctor that email. To show otherwise, right? Because the whole premise of it, the intention was to punish. That's the whole point of the January 6th committee as well. Is to punish to make you not speak out to shut you up. To be in fear of supporting Trump to be in fear of supporting conservatives, right? Same reason Obama used the IRS to target conservative political groups as well. Nancy Pelosi can tweet that the 2016 election was hijacked. But you can't do that. You're not allowed. I mean, you've got the DoJ right now suing Arizona over proof of citizenship requirements. They don't want citizenship requirements. You know, the heck with anything that our country stands for according to them. You know, and we just saw that they're coming for guns too. They're coming for your Second Amendment. We know how important the Second Amendment is to protect us from tyranny. You can go around and look at authoritarian regimes throughout history and what do they do? They take guns away. And why do they do that? Because if a disarmed population is easier to control and as we've been pointing out throughout the entirety of this show so for so far, the left's religion is control. Right, they want a country like what Justin Trudeau was done in Canada. That's what they want. They want to censor speech, like the communists before them. But we can't have. We can't let that happen in America, right? We owe more to the brave patriots back during the American Revolution who are willing to lay down their lives for liberty. These brave patriots who believed in a limited central government. So why are we taking this? And what can we do about it? As well. I think there's a lot we can do. We're going to get into the show about that as well. So that's the point of what we've been talking about throughout the show so far. Is understanding the basics of this country, understanding why these liberties are so important. Why these safeguards that are founders that the founding generation put in place are so important. It's to protect us from our own government. It's to protect us from these abuses that we're seeing. And it's primarily been driven by the left and when we saw Republicans join in on some of the Second Amendment stuff recently in Congress. I mean, who knows who needs those people? But there's a lot we can do about it as well. And we're going to get into that as well because I don't want to just depress everyone and put all this heavy stuff on you. And not lay out some solutions and things that we can do about it as well, because there's a lot we can do. And in order to solve a problem, you also have to be able to clearly identify it. So that's what we've been doing here. And I honest to God, I do believe that even though things are tough, even though it's a little bit depressing right now, and don't get me wrong, I do believe that this country is salvageable. I mean, what's the other option in front of us? We're just going to roll over. We're going to give up. We're going to leave a country that's worse off for our kids and our grandkids? To let them live in an unlivable country? I don't think so. I mean, I think it's time to peacefully and methodically take this country back and there's ways. I mean, there's hope. We've already seen signs where there's been successful pushing back. You know, our founders understood the importance of self governance of local governance, so why have we lost sight of it? As a country. You look at all the power that the federal government has amassed. And part of what we can do is restoring the strength of state and local governments, of paying attention to what's going on from the bottom up because we were never supposed to have this large of government. It was never supposed to have this much control. It's grown way too much. And one of our biggest protections against this large federal government that continues to stick its nose inner lives that wants to control us that in the January 6th committee literally arresting people for nothing, right? For questioning election the same way that Nancy Pelosi tweeted that the 2016 election was hijacked. So she gets to do that, but Peter Navarro doesn't get a question to the election. Right, so we need to set up these safeguards and continue to
What Was the Reasoning Behind the Court's Decision?
"Now, there are a number of states that had trigger bills. That is, if roe V wade and Casey, of course, roe V wade was the original case back in like 73. And it laid out almost in a legislative kind of sense, a very strict accidentally not that straight. A framework of when abortion could be allowed, like you would expect in a law. Now, of course, I know what you're thinking. You're saying, wait a minute. I saw schoolhouse rock when I was a kid. Supreme Court's not supposed to make law. That's the job of the legislature. Exactly? And then Casey came back and it kind of changed it because roe roe was not a very well reasoned decision. And I know that because Ruth Bader Ginsburg said so and Lawrence tried before he went completely insane. So I want a lot of commentary. They like the result. They didn't like the reasoning. Because the reasoning wasn't very sensible. Their reasoning was, well, there's a constitutional right to abortion, kind of because, and it boils down to we really think it's a good idea. And that didn't really work. And it had a very detailed kind of almost legislative outline of what you could and could do with abortion. That wasn't workable. In 1992, Casey came down, they kind of changed the test a little. Became an undue burden on way. You can't unduly burden. The right to an abortion. And what Samuel lita said is, wait, you're wrong at the premise. There is no right to abortion in the constitution.
How Ruth Bader Ginsburg Actually Felt About Roe
"For 49 years starting with roe versus wade really starting before that Then Casey then beyond The nation was forced to live under decisions That were not made by the people But went to the very core of who we are The Supreme Court has a bad habit of nationalizing all cultural issues Rather than allowing the people in the states to resolve them This is one of the things that Ruth Bader Ginsburg was talking about not once but at least twice And they love the Ruth Bader Ginsburg which is why they don't quote her Which is why I do And she said 1992 and an interview with the Columbia law review It would have been better to approach row under the equal protection clause She said That basically this could have been resolved From a political point of view over time
Remembering How Roe Got Overturned With Mollie Hemingway
"With us right now is the great Molly Hemingway on this incredibly eventful newsday Molly, welcome back to the program, your initial thoughts on the Supreme Court's decision. Well, it's just an amazing day to experience many people have worked for nearly 50 years to get to this moment where abortion law is returned to the people. A lot of people understood that roe V wade was a poorly decided decision. You have a consensus on that, whether that's pro lifers or people like Ruth Bader Ginsburg. But it had managed to hold for a very long period of time and it took a lot of work from a lot of people and human rights activists and pro life leaders and the conservative judicial movement and finally this day has arrived and it's just a wonderful day for women and their children and their families and of course it also means there's a lot of work to come in the days and years ahead to protect these families and to also create a culture of life.
Josh Hammer Reflects on Sen. Amy Klobuchar's Abortion Comments
"Yeah, I want to play a clip for you here from senator Klobuchar. That I think, you know, when we talk about the constitutionality of roe V wade and obviously Casey sort of, in my opinion, obviously I think you would agree that it's unconstitutional. I think Alito's opinion was a skewered the original road decision. But let's play senator Klobuchar here, and I want to get your take on what she says because actually what she's saying from a sitting U.S. senator is something. I mean, this is not mazie hirono here talking here. I mean, which we just assume is she's going to say the most Atlantic, you know, far left out to see kind of the type of things. Is it senator Klobuchar, who many think is sort of moderate or left of center, but not far left. Listen to cut 6. Why should a woman in Texas have different rights and a different future and a different ability to make decisions about her body and her reproductive choices than a woman in Minnesota? How can that be in this country that we'd have a patchwork of laws? Your response. So senator Klobuchar and I actually went to the same law school and, you know, I would like to think that when she was in common law back in her law school day, she knew better about the actual constitutional law underpinning the roe versus wade and its murderous successor, of course, Planned Parenthood versus Casey 92. Now, look, I mean, John Hart Eli, okay? There are so many liberals who have criticized roe versus wade's fallacious reasoning or beers. But John Hart Eli, who is a longtime constitutional law professor at Harvard Law School, he was the dean of Stanford law school as well. He was personally liberal progressive he supported abortion rights, but he famously said in 1982 that roe versus wade was not constitutional law and barely even gave a semblance of purporting to be constitutional law. It was literally no less a feminist leftist progressive icon than the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg herself. We said the roe versus wade overstepped that the court should not have acted there when it did. They should have stayed cool, let it play out democratically in the states. So, you know, what I hear from senator Klobuchar there is, you know, it's constitutional illiteracy. It's also moral illiteracy, of course. We can't forget we're talking about it. You are talking about the wanton murder of now 63 million unborn children since roe versus wade came down in 1973. 63 million. I mean, it's really just difficult to kind of wrap your mind around around that kind of number. But you know, there's something about you said there, Andrew, that I think there's a modicum. There's a small, small sliver of correctness. Where I think she's correct, is that it ultimately is unsustainable for in the long term. My personal perspective in the long term for this to actually be a state
Sen. Marsha Blackburn Responds to Release of SCOTUS Home Addresses
"The latest reports that some organization called Ruth sent us, meaning a Ruth Bader Ginsburg has doxed has released the home addresses of the 5 Supreme Court Justices who signed on to that draft decision. Your response to the threat upon those justices. It is a standing to me that there is this threat to the justices that they have released these addresses and now just the fact that they're encouraging people to go to the home of a justice. Now think about this. They're saying go to their home and protest, this is where they live. It's where they rear their family. It's where they sleep at night. And what they're doing is saying, okay, protesters, here is where you're going to find them. Show up. It is. It is a standing. This is the kind of thing that people need to be held to account
The White House Ignores Harrassment of Supreme Court Justices
"Passion, a lot of fear, a lot of sadness, for many, many people across this country, about what they saw in that leaked document suck, he said. I don't have an official U.S. government position on where people protest. There's no official government position on where people protest. The government is mom is quiet on the issue of going to justice's homes and screaming, nobody screams like left the screen. This was a question asked by Fox News channels Peter doocy. Doocy was signing a Fox News report that said pro choice activists under the moniker Ruth sent us. After the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg a proponent of roe, published what are likely the home addresses of justices Amy Coney Barrett, Samuel Alito Brett Kavanaugh, clarence Thomas Neil Gorsuch, and chief justice John Roberts. During the briefing she also suggested conservatives were making too big of a fuss about the leak. I think what is happening here and what we think is happening here is there is an effort to distract from what the actual issue here, which is the fundamental rights, so an abortion. You know?
'Ruth Sent Us' Group Encourages People to Protest at Justices' Homes
"A front group called Ruth sent us meaning Ruth Bader Ginsburg who herself trashed the so called constitutional rationale of roe versus wade in 1992 and thereafter Ruth sent us is a dark money backed front group That is put out the addresses the home address of 6 the 6 Republican justices And is encouraging people to protest at their homes and offering them if they need money to get to the protests Isn't this something the Federal Bureau of Investigation should be looking into Or the U.S. Marshals Rather than trespassers and paraders on the grounds of the capitol building We have people threatening directly not trespassing threatening directly The and the role of 6 Supreme Court Justices
Senator Mike Lee Discusses KBJ's Appointment to the Supreme Court
"Support. It's senator Mike Lee senator. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks so much, Charlie. Good to be with you as always. So just breaking the last couple of moments. Brown Jackson is now going to be a Supreme Court Justice. You voted no? Give us your take. I voted no. Look, she's got some impressive qualifications, academically and professionally. I'm concerned about her judicial philosophy and therefore can't vote for. What I mean by that is she doesn't have an appropriate relationship with the role of the federal judge, which is narrow, and it's supposed to focus on interpreting the law rather than making policy. There are too many instances in which she has done the latter when her job is limited to the former. So she was narrowly confirmed with 53 votes. Talk more about kind of her philosophical view of what she thinks a judge needs to be more activistic, a living or breathing constitution. Kind of in the tradition of Ruth Bader Ginsburg or the Warren court or the burger court, when in reality, we've kind of seen this really exciting revival of people more in the tradition of Scalia. Talk about how she's kind of a departure, obviously, because of who nominated her, Joe Biden, and what that could mean for liberty and for citizens watching the show. Yeah, you know, I think she'll be to the left, not only of the Republican appointed nominees to the Supreme Court. But I think she's probably to the left of Earl Warren of Harry blackman of Stephen Breyer. That's right. Even Ruth Bader Ginsburg. I think she is a liberal ideologue, a very smart liberal ideologue who has shown her colors in the past. For instance, by enjoining Trump era administrative decisions that were outside of her jurisdiction. On at least two occasions, she took a Trump era executive action. And invalidated it in the absence of a valid cause of action, really in the absence of jurisdiction and was twice reversed by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. circuit, which is a very left leaning appellate
Navy Ship to Be Named After Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
"It would be good to know there's going to be a navy ship named after the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg I would think that'll scare the hell out of the enemy wouldn't it mister Medusa Oh my God here comes the Ruth Bader Ginsburg How many things By the government ships or anything have been named after Anton and Scalia His death preceded hers I guess I guess none While George Mason university law school I didn't say that
How Is the Left Reacting to Clarence Thomas Being Hospitalized?
"Know it's a news flash. She won't be the first African American on the Supreme Court. That of course would be news to thurgood Marshall or clarence Thomas, but clarence Thomas incidentally doesn't exist. Because he's not the right kind of Supreme Court Justice. Katangi Brown Jackson is. To the left. Incidentally, don't even go on social media and look up what the left is reacting to clarence Thomas, being in the hospital for suffering from flu like symptoms. Don't even look. It'll just make your blood boil. We sure didn't do that about Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Most people I know right left center said when Ruth Bader Ginsburg died, hey, she was an icon. We didn't agree with her. The godspeed and you can't take away her legacy and her years of service. That's what conservatives said. No, no, no, but that's not what they're saying by clarence Thomas. I'm not even going to give you a taste of it. You can only imagine how vicious and vile some of them are.
We Have a Supply-and-Demand Problem With Racism in America
"The reason why The Associated Press does articles like this is because we have a supply and demand problem with racism in America. We've incredibly low supply of racism, where people think just because you walk into a boardroom as a young woman, people think you might be working for the museum. In fact, you should take that exactly the opposite, by the way. That's what's so amazing. Is that she looks at to be offended, she should take that as a compliment. That she's able to be rich at a young age that she is so different that everyone else had to wait the rest of their life to be rich, that she gets to go into a room that only she is like, yet she looks that as a sign of oppression. That just shows how sick these people are when they educate children. That one thing that The Associated Press is saying is the most worst thing that could happen. You walking into a museum adviser board meeting, and some of the people asked her if she was a fundraiser for the museum, where she could say actually you know I'm not. Myself made millionaire. And I'm proud of it. Isn't that the whole kind of like aura of Hollywood that they try to put forward? Or at least the kind of the caricature, like the Ruth Bader Ginsburg energy, like I'm gonna be able to do whatever I want to do. That's where I really don't understand this whole kind of like feminist movement. It's like the feminist went from like, we're gonna take on the whole world is we're gonna complain about everything. So speaking of the supply and demand issue, the bishop of fake racial hate crimes is Jussie Smollett. Now, the real downside for Jesse is he has to go to prison with his attacker for the rest of his life. So Jesse has to go to jail with the person who brutally and mercilessly attacked him at 2 a.m. and a Chicago morning. Remember, Jussie, this is him at the trial saying that he's not suicidal and he is innocent. Play cut 35. Okay, I am not suicide. I am innocent, and I'm not suicidal man. If I did this, then it means that I stuck my fist in the fears of black Americans in this country for over 400 years and the fears of the LGBTQ community. Your honor I respect you and I respect the jury, but I did not do this. And I am not suicidal. And if anything happens to me, when I go in there, I did not do it to myself. And you must all know that. Yeah, but you did do something to yourself. You fake and staged a hate crime, and then you wrote a check to the Nigerian brothers for mugging supplies.
McConnell Unfazed About Biden Promising Black Woman to SCOTUS
"But Mitch McConnell was at a luncheon and Lexington Kentucky yesterday the Washington examiner was either there they got an audio of some of this And he said the following cut 16 go I heard a couple of people say they thought it was inappropriate for the president To announce he was going to put an African American woman on the court Honestly I did not think that was inappropriate President Reagan promised to put a woman on the Supreme Court Sandra Day O'Connor president Trump promised to put a woman on the Supreme Court when justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away This is typical It's like the people who argue well since Biden is in securing the southern border why does he care about the border in Ukraine Excuse me I care about both borders don't you folks Of course
Rep. Mike Johnson Reflects on the Appointment of Amy Coney Barrett
"I think it's an interesting, maybe not beautiful's word, but I think it's very proper that the architect of the strategy going back to griswold then roe and others was Ruth Bader Ginsburg. And the seat that Ruth Bader Ginsburg hill, which was a pro abortion seat because of her views, was taken by Amy Coney Barrett, who we know fully understands is not if I were right. It's sort of a cosmic karma about that. Don't you like that? I think God smiling there. Well, I think he is. And I spent a lot of time with president Trump on Air Force One. During his term, he went to Louisiana 9 times as a sitting president. And I think I went on most all of the trips, but a lot of the conversations I had with the president was about the Supreme Court because as a former constitutional law litigator, I understand the greatest longest lesson legacy of any president is who that individual puts on the Supreme Court because they sit for life, right? All their federal judges appointments, but particularly the Supreme Court. And he had already had Gorsuch and Kavanaugh, but we anticipated because Ruth Bader Ginsburg was in frail health that there was a chance that there might be another opening before the end of his first term. And so each time we were with him, I would try to pivot back to that point and I would always bring up Amy Coney Barrett because I've known Amy since we grew up together in Louisiana. I've known her since high school. She's from the New Orleans area down south Louisiana. I'm from Shreveport northwe, but we would meet up at these nerd student leadership camps around the state and we came fast friends and so when she was on the short list, I was very excited because I've known her, you know, we turned 50 this year. I've known her for almost a half century. 40 years or more, and I've known that she has always been intellectually consistent. She's always been a person of deep moral character, you know, genuine faith in God and very subtle principles. She was a law clerk to justice Scalia, and as I told president Trump, she'll be the female Scalia, sir, you know? And so when she finally did get the nomination, we were
Dems Laughably Urge GOP to Keep Open Mind on Biden's SCOTUS Nominee
"I want to talk about Biden's upcoming scotus Supreme Court nomination. Not about who he's going to nominate. There's apparently they've winnowed the group down to some finalists and Biden has made it really clear. I want somebody who is a woman. I want somebody who's black. I want somebody who is on the left. And so I think whoever he picks, we kind of have an idea of what they're going to be like. Now, what's interesting to me is Democrats are preemptively jumping out front now to say. Oh, listen, you know, we need to keep a very open mind about this nomination. We mean, we need not approach this ideologically or jump to conclusions. Republicans should sort of take a deep breath and give the nominee a fair hearing. And my reaction to that is oh really. When have Democrats given recent Republican nominees a fair hearing. Certainly not the last three Trump nominees. Now there was a time if we kind of go back into the recesses of history. We see that justice Scalia, Ruth Bader Ginsburg. They were confirmed almost unanimously Scalia was 98 to zero. Ginsburg, 96 to three. So virtually everybody on both parties voted. For these nominees. One a democratic nominee, of course, wanted Republican nominee. But it was very clear when we saw the Trump nominees. Went after the other, that they were viciously attacked on all fronts.
Mike Gallagher: Justice Breyer Didn't Have the Guts of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
"And honestly, the bridge collapse near the site of his infrastructure speech is just about on point with his promise to appoint a nominate rather a black woman on the Supreme Court. I mean, let me tell you something. This has gone from bad to worse for them. And even what ought to be a victory for them is no victory. When a president gets to nominate a Supreme Court Justice, that's a victory, right ostensibly, he can't change the direction, ideologically of the court. It's a liberal for a liberal. There's no victory here. Stephen breyer got hounded out by the left because the progressives and the machine mounted an unprecedented campaign to force him out, listen, everybody, given all their plaudits to him and all that too bad you didn't have the guts of RBG. Justice breyer, too bad you didn't have the tenacity to stay the course. I don't want to deny somebody the right to retire. He's out because he knows after we sweep the midterms and Republicans take control of the Senate. McConnell has already said, we will not confirm in the Senate, a Biden selection for Supreme Court until after the 2024 presidential election. Breyer had to go. The left broke him.
Rep. Jim Jordon on Moving Forward After the Events of January 6th
"Welcome back. This is one O one with me Sebastian walker and congressman Jim Jordan. We have to mention it that congressman because it is being used as a political weapon as we speak. We are seeing the creation of this committee to hound a Trump supporters to subpoena his cabinet members, his chief of staff. Will he give us your take on the significance of January 6th and what it means moving forward for the next election in the election after? Well, a little bit. I mean, we all know that what happened on January 6th at the capitol was wrong. And people who did wrong and actually committed crimes should be held accountable and they are. There's been 600 people indicted and they're being prosecuted. So but what I think would have been nice from the other side, from the Democrats, Republicans have been consistent. We have condemned the violence every single time it happened. We condemn it on January 6th and we condemned it in the summer of 2020 when rioters and looters were destroying small businesses were attacking law enforcement harming law enforcement in some cases, they killed law enforcement officer killed police officers, where would the Democrats then? They were setting up a fundraising money to bail these same people out of jail. So it had been nice if they were consistent as far as the committee galves. This select committee, it is a complete political operation. This is not about getting to the truth. This is not about figuring out why the capital didn't have the proper security posture that day that important day as Ruth Bader Ginsburg said is the ultimate date of significance in a presidential election process. So why it wasn't properly protected only Nancy Pelosi get answer that. But this thing is political and if they persist if they actually force and go after the chief of staff to the president of the United States, if they go after Mark Meadows, and they cross this line that hasn't been crossed before and pursue this and hold Mark Meadows in some kind of crazy criminal contempt. If they do that, it's unprecedented. I think it's dangerous for our country, but if they cross that line, there's a lot of people we're going to want to talk to if and when we get back in the
Katie Couric Blasted Over Stunning Admission About Ruth Bader Ginsburg Interview
"Aren't you glad that Katie current got her wish? Katie Kirk was she revealed in her. I got to get this book. I mean, her book evidently trashes a bunch of her colleagues, but she also admits that she was protecting RBG. From herself, Katie Couric did a sit down for Yahoo news and interviewed the late Supreme Court Justice and beloved beloved iconic justice. People have Ruth Bader Ginsburg t-shirts and, you know, she's the boss. What they call her? What was your nickname? Yeah, yeah. Notorious RBG. Well, she had a pretty strong belief about people who disrespected the national anthem. By kneeling. She had a message for Colin Kaepernick. And the message was pretty strong. The message was, it's disrespectful. It's pretty shameful and you got appreciate the country you're in. And you're not showing a level of appreciation when you disrespect the national anthem by getting on a knee. Hey lefties. That was RBG. However, Katie Couric edited that out of the interview. Because well, she's elderly, she maybe didn't understand the question no. It didn't fit the narrative. So show Katie Couric journalist decided to edit it out. In her memoir, going their couric rights, how she edited out the part where Ginsburg said that those who kneel during The Star-Spangled Banner are showing contempt for a government that has made it possible for their parents and grandparents to live a decent life.
Texas Abortion Ban One of Dozens Intended to Challenge Roe v. Wade
"Let me explain about the texas law. It is the texas heartbeat act. The case is whole women's held their whole woman's health versus jackson. The abortion providers in texas sued texas judge in county court clerk and others in an attempt to cast is widen it possible to challenge the texas Heartbeat law that bans abortion when a fetal heartbeat is detected. The defendants filed a motion to dismiss the case. It was denied. They appealed to the fifth circuit court of appeals. The fifth circuit denied the abortion providers requests to hold a quick hearing on the law before it can take effect. The result is that they had to file an emergency application. Sam alito sam alito chose to do nothing. The result is that the texas law goes into effect. There will be court hearings. I'm sure a judge will a progressive judge will issue an injunction of some kind but right now in texas abortions mussi's when a child's heart develops in utero now a bunch of states. Have these bills. They've been blocked by court. Georgia where i am be bill. A federal judge blocked it. I'm reading now from the l. C. the ethics religious liberty commission explainer. The texas law takes a novel legal approach to limit abortions by taking enforcement of the measure exclusively through private selections essentially. The law allows any private citizen to bring a civil lawsuit against any individual who performs or induces an abortion or knowingly engages in conduct that aides were abets abortion including the payment foreign reimbursement of the costs for an abortion individuals who prevail in their lawsuit will be awarded statutory damages in the amount of not less than ten thousand
"ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Yourself A C B. The Democrats keep saying she won't answer questions. Well, she's using something called the Ginsburg rule. The Democrats. Spent the entire time trying to do gotchas against Amy. That was the big thing. They were going Gotcha. Any cockney barrel over and over and over. Well, there's one problem, which is that back in 1993 Democrats established a rule was called the Ginsburg rule. It's named after Ruth Bader Ginsburg because Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a litigator who had argued in favor of legalizing prostitution against separate prisons for men and women, and she had speculated that there was a constitutional right to polygamy is back in 1993. And Republicans were preparing to ask her all of these difficult questions. And so Democrats came up with the rule. This rule was actually crafted handcrafted by one senator from Delaware named Joseph Biden. He came up with the Ginsburg rule. The rule was that you could not actually ask a question or allow judges to answer questions on issues likely to come before the courts or make any statement. Don't create the appearance that they are not impartial. So Senator Biden said that between 19 that that basically nominees never testified during confirmation hearings prior to 1955. In 1949. There's a nominee who was called to testify and refused and was still confirmed. It's all going to Heritage Foundation. Biden warned Senators not to ask questions about how Ginsberg will decide any specific case that may come before her. Ginsberg followed Joe Biden's road map. And here was Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 1993, helping to establish the so called Ginsberg rule. A judge want to decide.
"ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus
"Hello and welcome to right the omnibus I'm your host aerial baske-, and today we're taking time to reflect on the legacies of two women who died this past month both of them feminist icons in their own ways who died a week apart, one was known for sporting tight black catsuit and a badass attitude and the other was known for her loose black judge's robes and sharp acumen. I am talking of course about dame, Diana Rigg, and Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg the notorious RPG and here to talk about these incredible women with me is another incredible woman. The Amazing Zoya bans slur welcome to the show Zoya thanks so much for coming on. You area it's such a pleasure to be with year. I'm so delighted that you could be on to discuss this because you're one of my few friends who is so Both joyously political in your orientation to the world and unapologetically feminist in your orientation as well and I think that makes for a wonderful discussion about these two powerful women. Well. Thank you. That is so kind of year and as the. Feminist slogan groves the personal is political I see it as all interconnected. It is it absolutely is and one thing that I think. I'm GonNa sort of bring up right away is that Both of these women have sort of different relationships to the feminist movement Diana Rigg. Even. Though she was viewed. Particularly, based on her role on the avengers as a proto feminist. ICON. She herself was very vocal about never wanting to be called a feminist and how. Very Lindley she fought against ever having that term applied to her. What what do you believe that is part of in her life dino I think sometimes feminism gets a bad name I. Don't know whether with Joran. second wave of Feminism Anti era kind of efforts. And in association with Feminism with burners and people who would undermine family values but I think really feminism is about choice it's about honoring. Any choice that women could make whether she wants to have a career wants to. Have Children and be married wants to stay single. It's it's really about having every opportunity that a man would have. It's about equality. And Diana Rigg. Herself actually fought for equality quite a bit. Actually called a mercenary for kicking up a fuss that not only were her male co stars better paid than her so were the cameraman. She even said if women were paid equal to men, they'd get equal respect. A rich woman is listened to a poor woman is not. And it's so ironic that some women and some people who fight so hard for equality resists that feminist label and I think Diana Rigg falls into that category. She really did some admirable things with respect to equal pay. But you know. I. Guess we honor it. If she doesn't want to keep that feminist label even though I would consider feminist for for that. I WANNA look my favorite definition of feminism. And I know that you're familiar with it. So here's my favorite definition of feminism. From Cheam Amanda Negoti a Chia. I. May be pronouncing that name. Wrong. A feminist is a person who believes in the social political and economic equality of the sexes. It's so concise. It's so beautiful and I really think that you can see that principle in the cases that Ruth Bader Ginsburg argued in front of the Supreme Court before she became a justice herself. and it's it's a very clear part of her identity in terms of what she strove for. On a legal basis and it it it's maybe the clearest articulation I've heard of exactly what her arguments were. I don't know that it's ever been simplified down to that particular nugget about feminism for me before. But I love that. That's a wonderful quote. Thank you for sharing that. You're welcome. And you know it doesn't seem particularly controversial to me. To hear that expressed nor does it seem like it would be controversial to Diana rigg either mum both she and RPG are from the same generation Ruth. Bader GINSBURG was born on March Fifteenth Nineteen thirty three. And Diana Rigg was born July twentieth nineteen thirty eight so they were only five years apart. and. They also both. Fought for equality in different ways obviously, Diana Rigg did it primarily on sets in western media primarily whereas Ruth Bader Ginsburg was doing so in the legal code. And I I just wonder when we remember both of these women and their impact. What strange to me is the more people I talk to since both of their deaths, the more I hear about. Media representations of both of them. So in the case of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg even though she was a historical figure and there are so many dossiers of information about her that you can access at the same time most everybody who knows something about her nose it from the documentary, our BG or from the movie on the basis of sex. And in the case of Diana Rigg, I think she had a big influence largely just because she was in media an in culture and so forth. So. It's it's kind of funny how the Pop Culture Influence of both of these women has been. So pronounced Oh. Yeah. I mean Harvey was just such a rock store rockstar towards the end of her life. The notorious RGB and the following that she gained from all those means. Or something else. I. Wanted to back up and ask you what you think about the idea that. Person might be a feminist in how they play a role or. Probably. It's easier to make the argument or in the kinds of roles acting roles that they might take because in a part of the reason why I admire Diana Rigg so much is. The way that she portrayed these various.
"ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"People came down to number one First Street Northeast here in Washington, D. C. It's home of the Supreme Court of the United States. That's a Ruth Bader Ginsburg laden repose for two days, her flag draped coffin position behind the columns at the top of the court's front steps. NPR went there to speak with Mourners to hear what drew them out that day, and what the late Supreme Court justice meant to them personally. I wanted to just come down here and be among the people that said Yes, we care. Before she started. Women couldn't buy a house opened a charge card at an apartment store without their husband's signature. You know, there's not very many people that can Really changed the world, but she did. She changed the world. I cannot believe you. Last year. I lost my husband. I just can't really cut down. I'm seeing a therapist. And with so many, you know, just a difficult time, but her that just kind of woke me up. We are not gonna just keep up. I would have got a shot of bourbon and I just said they're drunk that burden. Pride. Is screamingly hard being here today. I'm going doing meditations as I As I speak because my heart is so full For a brief moment with everything we have going on, is nice to see a variety of people here, acknowledging the loss that this country is fell. You know, we might wake up tomorrow and everybody's back Beefing online, but for a second We're out here doing the same thing is just paying respect the same way When we recently lost John Lewis, I remind myself and my Children that we are so fortunate to have lived in this life with greater games Word. Been a glorious 87 years, Um, been had the opportunity to see a change of so much. We live on the shoulders and stand on the shoulders of giants. And she is that giant Those were the voices of Patricia Brenner, Debbie Lemons Hall, Sofia Larkin, Lin Monica, Monica Coleman and Jeremy Stokes. Some of the thousands of people who came to D C this week to pay their respects to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. President Trump is set to announce his third Supreme Court pick tomorrow Monday, and all things considered will examine the nominees record on abortion rights and hear what activists have to say. Listen by asking your sports speaker to play NPR or your station by name. It's.
"ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on The STATECRAFT OBSERVER Podcast
"Were already seen. It doesn't matter who it is right. They haven't even announced who you know. Who president trump would nominate yet It's just the political elephant in the room as i've said before and just discussing potential replacements and we're already seeing on twitter and other venues Seen calls from the left for violence Some of them i saw. I can't remember who it was. I had his name written down. And i i don't know where it is. I apologize for that but saying that it would burn down the senate before they allow them to replace ruth bader ginsburg. Just awful awful things. I will link the article that i saw those names in so you'll have them in the description as well because i did save bookmark the article because i thought it was just utterly disgusting. The people were already calling for violence. should a replacement be stated That's just the world we live in. Unfortunately today folks that left when they don't get their way They call for violence and yet The are supposed to be the violent ones. is that an interesting twist But going back to the possible replacements. Even though none have been announced there are several names that are being floated Amy coney barrett ted cruz. Tom cotton josh hawley. Daniel cameron paul clement and noel francisco. Are the list that i see floating around quite a bit hands down the most talked about Potential candidate for replacement is amy. Coney barrett She seems to be the odds on favourite so far when you're watching coverage of this I don't know a lot about her I know that she was questioned Quite extensively based on her religion Whenever she was appointed to the position. She's in now by president trump and i felt like that was completely unconstitutional I think some people in congress need to go back and reread the constitution. And then know the loss that they're They sworn to uphold. But regardless you know over the next few days i would not be surprised to see amy conybeare get the nod from president trump and then moved to the senate judiciary hearings to her confirmation underway mitch. Mcconnell has already gone on record saying he would move a nomination to a vote. So i believe this will happen. Very quickly I know that. I i don't expect to see nomination this weekend So that's why i was. I wanted to give the weekend out of respect to the ginsburg family and to root peter. Ginsburg are for her lifetime of service but we will likely see a nomination sometime this week. with confirmation hearing starting likely before the presidential debates pro even have the first presidential debate on september twenty ninth. I fully believe that's how quickly this will move and so very possibly For christmas this year we might be getting a new supreme court justice and I'm just gonna go on record as saying by christmas or for christmas. In december There will be a new supreme court justice being sworn in To replace ruth bader ginsburg who that is remains to be seen Odds on favourite. Though is amy coney barrett so our gb my be replaced by acb so that could be it. But that's this episode. I wanted to go on record as to what i thought the outcome of this will be. I do believe it's going to move very very quickly. i don't think november third and whoever gets elected Is is going to impact this decision whatsoever. Even let's say. Joe biden wins the election. President trump still has up until january twenty to make that nomination and get confirmed so it's gonna be political fodder for the left and right absolutely it's gonna be a talking point it's going to be discussed ad nauseam But at the end of the day. I do think this is a decision that president trump is gonna make. It's going to be a nomination that he makes. It's going to be a nomination and mitch. Mcconnell will move forward to a vote and at that point we will see. I do believe that whoever is nominated will be confirmed. Especially if it is amy coney barrett i the things that i've read so far today Are all good things very constitutional in her decisions that she's made so far so that makes me feel good. I'm confident that she would be just as good as cavenaugh. Gorsuch have been so But a the key thing is that she is going to be complete polar opposite of who and what ruth bader ginsburg stood for so it is going to be a dynamic shift in the court itself so huge huge political coming with this and It's definitely gonna be fun to watch so that's gonna be it for this show. I do want to say again I don't wanna use this as a be respectful A person has has died A very iconic and historic person Who served our government selfishness selflessly and They did so with grace and elegance and just beautifully written decisions and descent so For me that means a lot to me and again her example of friendship beyond politics regardless of where your politics are. I think an example that all of us should be living by and so with that. I want to express my deepest condolences to the ginsburg family as their grieving. A loss of their matriarch and Yeah i wish nothing but the best for your families and forward and I am praying for you all and as always i wanna thank you viewers i for watching episode and listening into my opinion on this If you haven't already please remember to subscribe to the show and give a like or thumbs up on whatever platform you are listening or viewing this episode It does help me out a lot and please be sure to share with friends and family and co workers and you know anybody that you think might be interested in the show We continue to grow steady pace. So i'm happy about that And as always thank you again for spending time here with me and until next time take care of each other and god bless..
"ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on The STATECRAFT OBSERVER Podcast
"Chuck schumer obviously making the decision in hoping that president trump will be replaced in november that he will lose the election and that There will be joe biden administration that would get to nominate replacement I know it has been reported in a us a known. I'm sorry it's not. usa. Today it's an npr article. Where i will link to this as well as an npr article where as ruth bader ginsburg was starting to decline. She had recorded some requests and one of those requests that she not be replaced until a new president. you know again being hopefully that it would be a joe biden administration got to choose a replacement democratic replacement at that so a lot of people who are now There is a you know on the steps of the court as memorial. That's being built in a lot of the signs. They respect her wishes. And that's what they're referring to. Is that audio recording where she expressed her desire to not be replaced until after the presidential election on fox. News this morning Andrew napolitano judge age napolitano discussed potential scenarios in regards to potential nomination for a replacement that was on fox news. This morning and critically important nomination would be in regards to several key. Voter issues such as The aca or more commonly known as obamacare Second amendment in of course definitely roe v wade. I'm gonna play the clip for you and then come back on the other side and discuss it a little bit further. So here is judging. Apollo judge napolitano fox news this morning. I'll be back on the other side. You know judge. Let's say the president chooses someone Someone very soon. He's already indicated that he's gonna move on this Mitch mcconnell said he's going to act on this and that all the others who are raising concerns in the republican party that maybe they talk less to the media and keep their powder dry but what if we get to election day. We still haven't decided on this then. You're into a lame duck session. I know there have been nominees approved and one or two not approved during such sessions but it gets weird. So how do you think this plays out. Well if donald trump is reelected. I don't think it matters if he nominates someone in the lame duck session. If joe biden is elected and president trump nominate somebody in the lame duck session. You'll see extraordinary pressure to prevent this vote from from coming to pass trump's a tough guy do whatever he wants to do whether it's for his reelection bid or because he really believes this person whoever she or he may be off to be on the court. But as chad said the confirmation hearings for then judge now justice cavenaugh will probably pale compared to what we can expect this time around because this is a game. Changer ruth bader ginsburg is a was a liberal progressive democrat from the liberal wing of the democratic party. If you know what i mean. President trump is going to appoint someone who will be her polar opposite that will significantly and substantially changed the outcome of five to four votes on hot button issues like obamacare second amendment and abortion. So again was judge napolitano on fox news this morning. I think he's absolutely correct. I think Whomever president trump will nominate would forever change the dynamic of the supreme court indefinitely. Move it to a more constitutionally sound institution. In my opinion. I think that with the to been able to have in you'll gorsuch and brett kavanagh that getting a third nomination and supreme court justice in the court would definitely solidify more conservative judicial moving forward which i am very much in favor of which was actually one of the driving reasons behind the two thousand sixteen election of president trump Everybody knew on the conservative side that there was a supreme court seat at least one if not two potentially three that that president would ultimately get to decide and so that was the reason why i believe a lot of voters came out because they knew presidents come and go every four years but the supreme court. That is a lifetime appointment as everybody knows. And it is vitally critical that we have people there that are making decisions based on the constitution and the rule of law. We want as conservatives. We want that to dictate what is right and wrong. And how we adjudicate issues here in the united states. We don't want a proliferates feelings. That are in constant flux to rule the day we want fact we want law we want the constitution to dictate right and wrong so i find interesting In judge napolitano's absolutely right. It will be historic change to the court should trump people to get his nomination not only nominated but through the confirmation process as well and you know it is going to be a show for those of us who can't get enough of politics and for us. It is a blood sport. Youth thought the confirmation of justice. Cavanaugh was ruthless. You've seen nothing yet. should president trump making nomination this week which i believe he will and that he should and they are able to get confirmed regardless of what happens on november third very historic moment and The left are going to pull out all the stops in order to try and prevent that from happening. But it's not only democrats. Senator susan collins of maine who's a republican and also senator lisa mccaskey's republican of alaska They both have expressed their objection to the idea of possibly voting on a replacement for the supreme court before the election They both expressed that in new york. Times article published yesterday which i will link in the description as well So i found that interesting that they are already coming out. You know as well as saying they likely would not now keep in mind if they lose three republican votes. I believe it's three If they lose two republicans. And we've already down to their able to convince another one looking You know certain individuals. We would a mitt romney being one of them potentially have to go to a split decision and where The vice president would make the final decision on that unless it shifted to where more republicans decided not to vote in stained from that which would be a problem. i hope that the republicans pulled together and unanimous unanimously. Vote to confirm a supreme court justice That is nominated by president trump.
"ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"A case at a time and built brick by brick, a strategy that effectively turned. Of Large issue genders donation on its head and didn't do it in one fell swoop and do it in one magic case. Did it in a series of hard working you know? Deliberative. Cases Strategies that led to the ultimate decision and shift in public opinion and so you know, I think part of what we're living with is the fallout of the Warren Court in some respects in that, you had a lot of social change affects rated by. The court and a lot of it is good You know I would say you know the idea of one person one vote principles you know no one disagrees with today but. Things like Ravi that did push things further and faster than maybe the consensus went. Caused a backlash and I think he had a long and if you look into the history of some of this with the Federal Society and such, you know this is not something that they woke up yesterday and say, let's Prioritize judges. This is the long and entrenched effort to build consensus on a partisan basis towards making the courts the battleground the way of getting into A long-term serving political position that can have an influence that out outstrips. you know the length of time that the normal executive or legislative branch off serves I mean we're still We're stealing George the first George H W Bush Appointments Supreme Court, Clarence Justice Thomas who still continues to serve and These things have these influences and so that is the politics of it is that the? Republican Party in particularly some of the conservative side has has long seen that this is a priority and they'd hasn't necessarily caught hold. As. Widespread in democratic circles. You BRIGID AC you. You argued some cases. At least to recall in front of the Supreme Court. When Ruth Bader Ginsburg who was on the court is, is that right? How? Case refreshes on what those cases were. Sure, I I argued twice in. Two thousand eleven which the First Amendment case about pharmaceutical data mining and again in Twenty fifteen, which was a a case about stem. The states Regulation of Health Insurance. Information. and Justice Ginsburg what was on the Court of course for both of those cases and you know it's an incredible honor to appear in front of appear in front of this court at all, you know to justice Ginsburg always a great inspiration. So I'm. Really. Pleased that I had that. Opportunity. What what do you recall about her role in the two thousand eleven case? So what I recall is that to justice GINSBURG isn't doesn't ask as many questions as some of the members of the court But Shit Shit she's very thoughtful. She asked she would ask these very You know very. Question, Dolphin that went to the heart..
"ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"The replacement of the more liberal justice and maybe the replacement of one conservative but certainly not to. Well. That is A. Somewhat novel approach but we'll see we'll see if he's Allowed to remain majority leader in and continue on the track on this tack for the foreseeable future Leonard. Steinhorn CBS. News. Thank you so much for joining me this morning. It's always good talking with you. Always have to be here. Thanks people have been morning in lamenting the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg all weekend since her passing was announced on Friday the United States Supreme Court justice was like largely considered widely considered. I should say a real leading a feminist in. And somebody who was a Liberal on the court who was. Very well, regarded also very collegial less. She had a strong friendship from what I read with Anthony Lia, the conservative lying on the court and is someone who is many many people. Are Sorely missing already and will continue to for some time wanted to bring in a couple of monitors of lawyers actually who I've had have known Ruth Bader Ginsburg at different stages in her life and one who went to Harvard law school with her is Joseph. Frank he is. Retired now but was with Paul. Franken. Collins. Based in Burlington for quite a number of years and Mr. Frank. Thank you very much for joining me this morning. Good Morning. And and Also is an attorney in private practice. Now, I believe it was with the Vermont Attorney General's Office, and while there was actually argued some cases in front of the Supreme Court. While one of the justices wise Ruth Bader GINSBURG got the. Justice Ginsburg In inaction shall we say and the bridge. Bridge today see also on the line with us this morning. Good Morning Brig. and Dan Richardson is a frequent guest on the day. Grab show often stops fired or gets on the phone with lesson. Offers legal analysis. I wanted I. wanted to bring in down a little bit this morning to just chat about. The Future Direction of Supreme Court jurisprudence, and so on obviously, we don't know who the exactly who the next her justice do will be to be appointed. To take the place of Bater Ginsburg. Dan is on the line this morning maybe offer some thoughts about that as well. Good Morning Dan. Morning. I'd like to start if I could I guess chronologically in terms of knowing Ruth Bader Ginsburg Joe Frank you you went to. Law School with her at Harvard and Wondering, was she real standout back then? She was unable student she participated. Fully in the classes along with all American. I believe there were only Think about five out of the..
"ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on PRI's The World
"As you know at the age of eighty seven, there's been an outpouring of recognition for her work fighting for justice in many corners of American society, WE WANNA look at a period of her lifespan. The US in the early nineteen sixties Ginsburg traveled to Sweden and learn Swedish by the way to work on a law project with the sweetest color, it helped to shape or views on gender equality and the Law Karen Maria Brasilias is a former Norwegian Supreme Court justice. She's also the daughter of unders Brasilias. The sweetest scholar Ginsburg worked with in the nineteen sixties judge Brasilia's I'd like to start with your reaction to the news of Ruth Bader GINSBURG's death. What have you been feeling? Well, I've been feeling a lot of sadness. I had a great admiration for and she has played a very important part in. My family's lives. Right in the early nineteen sixties, Ruth Bader Ginsburg traveled Sweden to work on a research project with your father under his azaleas explain what that project was about what were they research at Columbia? University they were undertaken to present the rules on civil procedure in several European countries and loose and my father went off to The Swedish part of the project? Do you have any memories of her from the time. My memory is of a person which was very serious who was very eager to do live work. And who was very interested in the way we in Sweden arranged the way Eh that women. Interestingly, Ruth Bader Ginsburg spoke some years later and said that her eyes were opened up in Sweden for the first time. She saw law school classes where a quarter of the students were women. So coming from the US, just how surprising would that have been? Do you think too young Ruth Bader Ginsburg it was very surprising I mean if you look at her background her. Experiences from Harvard and Columbia women were minority and was a fighting minorities. I was studying law in Sweden that time. That were not very many quality questions involved in studying. Also, the society was two very different, a degree arranged so that Women could marry an continued studies than they. All these the rules had to fight for, and also to have children I'm that were kindergartens. Childcare centers wed kits will take care of roof. Child into one of those during her stay learned and she was very, very pleased with. The facilities that were offered what are the things about the climate around gender politics at that time in Sweden? Do you think influenced Ruth Bader GINSBURG. Thinking I think that the state to a very large extent engaged itself in facilitating The women. Would treated equally in many more aspects than the were. United. States. And talks with my mother who was a feminist very early feminist and talks.
"ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Who worked across party lines and she believed we are different. One. Hi. This is Jennifer from Scottsdale. Arizona. I plan to carry on RPG's legacy by supporting women in having a voice I've learned to have one of my own and have good batteries and stand up for myself and I plan to lead by example bacteria. I can't I'm calling from Noosa Beach, Florida I'm going to remember. The notorious our BG as the woman who fought for women's rights. For Right for the American people this is Sydney Elkin from Georgia I. Don't think that. Many people understand what Ruth Bader GINSBURG mint. Too moderate and liberal. Women between the ages of thirty and probably forty five. She showed us that you could. Do what you needed to and. What you believed in. But didn't have to be nasty about. CHOOSING JOHNSON FROM HUNTSVILLE UTAH. I'm talking about Reuss, Baiter Ginsburg. Justice who never lost sight of the fact that her job was to champion the people. The freedoms of the people, the wellbeing of the people. She never gave up never she was a tireless. Advocates. Worker for the benefit. All American. My name is Joshua Cohen. All Remember Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Legal and Judicial Crusader for not only women's rights human rights in general. Perseverance changed the course of chemistry and pave the way for the quality of women in America. Influencing, women all over the world. She rest in peace I name is Deborah Lou Hoffman. I live in forest. Ranch California. Just out of Chico. I will honor our beechy. By swearing. A BLACK ARMBAND With deep printed on it. because. I am not only mornings for her but I am morning for our democracy. All right. My Name's Kathleen and I'm calling from St Louis Missouri and Recently. My children got me a coexist bumper sticker but I have been somewhat hesitant to put it on my car. But after. RV Jeez death I decided to quit being a coward and put the coexist bumper sticker on my car because it really matters and she really mattered and just to small gesture but it's mine. Thanks as always for sharing your stories with us don't forget you can keep giving us a call at eight seven, seven eight might take. That's Eight, seven, seven, eight, six, nine, eight.
"ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Mornings with Gail live and local from the auto collision specialist studios alright well as a things ramp up but when it comes to. The tragic of supreme. Court. Justice Ruth. gator. Excuse me Ruth Bader GINSBURG and president trump's plans to announce a nominee this week and Mitch McConnell's plans to take it to vote. Well, who will president trump's likely nominee beat two names have emerged from that list of Supreme Court contenders judges, Amy Coney, Barrett in Chicago and Barbara. LAGOLA in Atlanta are said to be at the top of that list. Now president trump told him Carolina rally crowd. Saturday night that he intended to nominate a woman to succeed. Ginsburg who died Friday at the age of eighty seven this after a battle with pancreatic cancer trump said of his potential choice. It will be a woman a very talented, very brilliant woman I think it should be a woman. I actually like women much more than I like men leave at the president trump? Barrett. Forty eight, a judge with these. Based US Court of Appeals for the seventh circuit is a conservative pro-life Roman Catholic who clerked for the late. Justice Antonin. Scalia, after she graduated from law school, the New Orleans native was appointed by trump to the seventh circuit in two thousand seventeen. She previously taught law at the University of Notre Dame for fifteen years but had no judicial record at the time. This cording to the Washington Post. She believes in originalism textual ism the idea the judges should interpret the Constitution as the founding fathers intended during her confirmation hearing to the seventh circuit she said, she wouldn't let personal religious beliefs affect her judicial decisions and would consider rulings like Roe v Wade binding precedent although experts, some experts have said she would likely support. Overturning it again, I'm according to The Washington Post Lagola fifty two on the other hand has a rather extensive extensive judicial record. Miami native was a nominated in two thousand six by then Governor Jeb. Bush to Florida's Third District Court of Appeals where she served for more than a decade before being elevated briefly to the State Supreme Court last year trump nominated her. To the atlanta-based US Court of Appeals, for the eleventh circuit and she was easily confirmed Lagola is a member of the conservative Federalist Society and is backed by Florida governor. Ron. Santa's. But some have questioned her conservative credentials especially on abortion this according to political politico she's also a Roman. Catholic and of Cuban descent six, fifty, seven, now thirteen, ten K of K. The whole sports story in northern Colorado state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten Kfi K.. Six hundred, nine, thirteen, ten, Kfi a thirteen, ten, k. f.. A. Dot com coming up one US wounded veteran. Seeking out about his image being used across all social media platforms without his permission, I might add to further perpetuate a story he believes is false and made up by Democrats for Political Gain Bobby Hoenlein joins us this morning at seven, oh five ABC News and then local news coming your way in just a few thirteen ten kfi Qa, Greeley Loveland Fort Collins Evans Longmont closing in on seven o'clock ABC News I'm Alex..
"ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
"<hes>. . On Friday US Supreme Court. . Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died of cancer at the age of eighty seven. . A candlelit vigil was held the following day outside the Supreme Court. . Justice. . GINSBURG was only the second woman appointed to the Supreme Court after being nominated by Bill Clinton in one thousand, , nine hundred. . I. . In. . Solemnly swear he was a champion of women's rights, , and later in life she achieved restore status especially among young women. . Now her death has set the stage for a divisive battle to replace her on the court. . She was born in Brooklyn to an immigrant Father Dad was from Odessa in in Russia and to a first generation mother she was Jewish John. . Fascination is the economist Washington correspondent and she was a trailblazer throughout her life. . She was one of only nine women among five hundred men at Harvard law school, , and when she arrived. . Erwin griswold, , who was then the Dean asked women in the class to stand up and justify taking a spot that could have gone to a man. . She said the reason she took the spot is it was important that she understood her husband's work that would've made her husband Marty last Mardi was tax attorney well known in his own right he predeceased her but they had a famously loving and productive and equal partnership. . She had a relentless work ethic in. . Twenty five years in the Supreme Court she never missed today she's arrived four bouts of cancer before this fifth one killed her it was only after she got sick that she called by phone to oral arguments. . I. . Think People often have this idea that Supreme Court justices are sort of Stentorian wizards ready to shout down lawyer who they disagree with justice. . GINSBURG was not like that she spoke very slowly very deliberately, , which mirrors I think how she wrote and how she argued and how she thought she was meticulous. . She was precise she she was not a showy justice. . She came onto the court actually considered a moderate. . There are a lot of people on the left who were upset when she was appointed because she was considered sort of two centrist. . But as the court steadily moved rightward during her tenure, , she has found herself the de facto leader of the courts liberal wing. . Junk she spent a long time on the court. . What did she achieve? ? Well, , she was on the Supreme Court for Twenty seven years, , and before that was on the DC Circuit Court of Appeals, , which is widely considered the second most important court in America for for thirteen. . So she was a judge for forty years I was age sixty when I was nominated in some people thought I was. . Too Old for the job. . Now I'm into my twenty-seventh starting my twenty-seventh year on the courts on one of the longest tenured. . Justices. . So if you worried about my age. . It was unnecessary. . Before that, , she argued six cases before the Supreme Court and she was involved with thirty more as the first director of the US women's rights project. . The first of those report court cases was in Reid versus Reid for which she wrote a brief arguing against the law in Ohio that preferred men to women in naming executive estates. . She won that case in her first oral argument before the Supreme Court. . She argued against the military policy that denied many husbands, , officers, , the same housing and medical benefits that automatically provided officers. . Wise. . The thinking was that women are somehow inherently more dependent on their husbands and husbands on their wise. . Now, , in that case, , remember she effectively represented the husband she represented family but she represented the shoes argue in favor of the husband's benefits and she austin said that she was not arguing for women's rights she was arguing for the constitutional equality of men and women. . Her death is come at a critical time in American politics. . It's just six weeks away from the election. . So what impact does that have? ? Well I think it's a little too early to say that definitively. . It looks as though both sides are gearing up for battle, , but they seem to be quietly circling each other in two thousand sixteen. . The Supreme Court is central to Donald Trump's success I think because. . There is an open seat in two thousand, Sixteen , Justice Antonin Scalia died, , and Mitch McConnell who is then the Senate minority leader rather than hold a hearing on Barack Obama's chosen replacement for Justice Scalia whose Merrick Garland he came up with a rationale disguises the principle which was that the causing election was coming up the speech beheld open. . So the voters could decide now that had never been done before it was clearly a power play. . It was a live sort of issue for Republicans impelled I think a lot of them who otherwise would have held donald trump at arm's length to decide that just had to vote for him this time I. Think . Donald Trump is hoping for a similar effect this time, , but he also wants to get the filled as quickly as possible. . For Democrats donations had started pouring in, , they have been pouring all weekend. . Democrats seem riled up by this. . I think in their view if Donald Trump managed to get a successor onto the court, , this'll be the seconds effectively stolen seat right? ? The I was Neil Gorsuch. . who was given the seat that was held open by Mitch McConnell, , and the second would be whoever donald trump nominees to replace justice GINSBURG who gets the seat because Mitch McConnell did not follow the principle he set up in two thousand sixteen. . John Do you think Senate. . Republicans have the numbers to they have the votes to get in trump's nominee through before the election. . Well this is the question on everyone's mind. . Right so far Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski Republican senators from from Maine Alaska, , had said that they will not vote for replacement before November third they have said that the president who wins on November third you choose the replacement now that only gets Democrats to forty nine and they need fifty one because in the case of a tie Mike. . Pence cast the tiebreaking vote Lindsey Graham had previously said he would abide by Mitch McConnell's rule from twenty sixteen. . He has now gone back on that apparently because he's angry Democrats didn't roll over for Brad Cavanaugh Chuck. . Grassley, , who's a senator from Iowa has also previously spoken in favor of McConnell's precedent. . I, , have a very hard time imagining that when push comes to shove, , he'll stand by his. . Word and so there really is nothing Democrats can do unless they can persuade two other Republicans to come join them, , and if they can't persuade those Republicans and tip the balance what happens. . Then what are the consequences for the years ahead on American politics? ? It's clear that what McConnell did in two thousand sixteen was a tremendous violation of norms I think it's not a good principal to. . Uphold I think arguing that this is now how Supreme Court seats should be awarded that in an election year, , you effectively have to hold the seat open until the end of the election is a bad precedent but I think there's a difference between saying Republicans should be consistent for the sake of consistency and Republicans should follow this principle because that's how court seat should be given out now. . From the Democratic Base, , there's been a tremendous push to threaten Republicans with repercussions if. . Retake. . The Senate and the president in that includes making Puerto Rico in Washington DC states, , which would effectively at least in the near in medium-term Give Democrats four senators people have also been talking about expanding the court. . So the reason they are Nice Ring Court justices is not constitutional legal. . It's just a statute. . So if they were minded and had a majority had a president who would sign it into law, , they put eleven or thirteen justices on the supreme court. . The problem with that for Democrats I think is that it sort of shifts the terms. . Of the debate that they are now winning I think the way Joe, , Biden has pitched. . This campaign is on the one hand. . You have the sort of chaotic destructive Donald Trump on the other. . You have Joe Biden Palm known figure who will get us back to normal. . If, , he comes out and endorses expanding the court or State of DC in Puerto Rico, , which to be clear he has not done. . He is actually a opposed expanded from court but if he comes out if Democrats threaten this, , then the debate becomes a lot murkier. Then . it becomes the radical change that Joe Biden wants to do right take fifty, , two states and putting thirteen on Supreme Court against Donald Trump will keep things as are I think that debate does not play out very well for Democrats. . John Thank you very much time. .
"ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on KOMO
"Tributes for Ruth Bader Ginsburg are pouring in following the announcement of her death Come was John Marino talk with one of her former law clerks who is now sharing the profound impact the civil rights champion. Head on her own life and career, a small and simple gesture for an icon of the legal community. As people gathered the Seattle center toe honor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, she really wanted to ensure that every American head equal rights viewed by many as the legal architect of the civil rights movement. In 2002. Ginsburg took on a young and aspiring law clerk who is now a professor at the University of Washington. I feel like I couldn't really hoped for much better life than the life that she designed and lived. Elizabeth Porter was there is landmark opinions were forged on same sex rites and affirmative action cases. The experience would shape our own understanding of life. The law in the fight for a quality that continues to this day. This is a political tragedy for the country, in my view, were deeply polarized place and we're losing an important steadying voice. Cuomo's John Marino reporting Governor Jay Inslee tweeted this tribute to RBG. We have lost one of the greatest American Patriots to ever serve on the U. S. Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg leaves an enormous legacy behind of upholding women's access to healthcare, voting rights and equality under the law for the LGBTQ community. A WSB trooper was able to prevent a potentially fatal accident.
"ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on Radio Free Flint
"Person who? Captured the imagination of. My daughters. And a lot of women in this country simply because. She stood out as somebody who believed in something bigger than herself. She taught at Columbia loss off school. She was a leading. Attorney for the ACLU's women's rights project. She did all this while raising. Two children. Of that during a time when she was litigating cases before the United States Supreme Court. Mind you that an attorney who peers in front of that court rarely. Does full time in. That's their whole business. There aren't very many of those lawyers. Around. A May argue two or three maybe four cases a year in front of the United States Supreme. Court. So the complexity and nature of the cases that she was preparing for required enormous amounts of research. Leaf of Fester wrote in an article for courts. Online magazine quote one of these calls came. The morning after Ginsburg stayed up all night writing a brief working at her Columbia Office. She picked up the phone and gave appointed responds quote this child has to parents please alternate calls. It's his father's turn on quote. Ruth Bader Ginsburg lived which she believed. `nother thing she believed in In her life principles was life changing inspiration can come from anywhere. and. In Ruth Bader GINSBURG's life. She was open to other people's points of view. And whenever? She. Heard the word feminists. She helped to shape. What's possible for women? She also believed that a woman should be vaction. Called Vision and action. We can join hands with others like mind. candling lights along paths leading out of the terrible terrifying darkness. May those lights guide us through the coming days? Another thing that Ruth Ginsburg believed in was not taking yourself too seriously. She was not up above appearing at mock trials for Shakespearian characters she loved opera and actually appeared at one point on stage in an opera but she did not put anything ahead of her work including three broken ribs. Lastly one of her principals was. You're never too old for fish net. Enough said. So. With all of that. It's hard not to celebrate the life. Of Ruth Bader Ginsburg she is one of those Americans that will live on in history and her legacy will be bright. Sad to see her go. It's sad to see people who even in this day and age cannot see beyond. Their own. Their. Own Self. To not take a moment to pause. In recognized the tremendous. Accomplishments of this woman. Because it wasn't always in the winning that she made the best points. Often, it was in dissent. We should never forget that as Americans. No matter how divided we are. Rest in Peace Ruth Bader. GINSBURG. America love..
"ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the leader of the court's liberal wing, has done at the age of 87 from complications from pancreatic cancer. A report on her life from CBS's Jan Crawford, Mr President. I am grateful beyond measure. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 1993 nomination to the Supreme Court hardly seemed possible 34 years earlier when she graduated from Columbia Law School at the top of her class. It was not a single firm in the entire city of New York. That would offer me a job. She said. She had three strikes against her. She was Jewish, a woman and the ultimate deal breaker. A mother. Ginsberg's death is likely to set off a bitter battle between Democrats and Republicans over her replacement. Democrats are likely that urge that Ginsberg's replacement Chosen by the winner of this November's presidential election. CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Futterman and I'm other Bosch. You should start getting medicine election ballots, another critical documents through the mail on time, a federal judge in eastern Washington ordered to stop to changes that had slowed down the U. S. Postal Service. This is really an assault on the entire Postal Service, which is a critical service All American State Attorney General Bob Ferguson there Our air quality is expected to improve thanks to a wet weather system. Moving in the National Weather Service tells us By tomorrow afternoon, we should see moderate to good air quality and much of the Puget Sound region. The rain is also a welcome sight to firefighters who've contained most of the wildfires burning in Washington state. Now let's go to Cairo Radio, real time traffic Tracy Taylor, So I'm keeping an eye on a couple of things, one of which, First I have to say thank you, Teo, our Twitter followers at Cairo traffic or you can also follow me, and that's Tracy.
"ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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"ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on KTRH
"And weather. We're going to check of that in just a second. But I. This happens every now and again, no ill will intended FOX and friends. Well, they had a little moment on FOX yesterday. Where a graphic came up that they didn't intend to come up with something. They're preparing I saw the demise of Ruth Bader Ginsburg RT's busted in here. And so I didn't see it when I saw it later popped up, and basically had you know, your she was born in than it had this year's near that she died, they're they're they're preparing for the eventuality. Graphic can always be changed. But for some reason somehow got popped up you got popped up on the air. I it. Well, it kind of force them into apology mode. We need to apologize at the beginning of the interview with the professor a technical error in the control room trigger a graphic of Ruth Bader Ginsburg with date on it. She we don't want to make it seem anything other than that was a mistake. That was an accident. We believe she is still at home recovering from surgery controlled mistake. Yes. Andy. Oops. Sorry. Is kind kinda surprising. It doesn't happen. More often. When you think about it because of virtually all the numbers have prepared for the eventuality. Newspapers have or there are one hundred years. Get mistakenly thrown out there on the air though, they have to worry about their websites. Now, you know, bright you press the wrong button. We've all done that. Yes. We have. They're only human six fifty one time for traffic and weather together. Let's get you caught up on the drive. Once again raid.
"ruth bader ginsburg" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Donate, its Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, or does Rupe bitter Ginsburg have like a room of young virgins in the other room and just sort of drains them of their lifeforce. I tweeted out maybe we should all give a year with Ginsberg, and then she can live forever. Presumably handing down pro-abortion rulings from now until the end of time. It'll be really exciting. I imagine that do you have that kind of idolatry for anyone for anyone. It's funny. There's amid rush which is kind of like an apocryphal Jewish tale about about apparently atom I and atom being shown king David by God. And Adam lived till he was nine hundred and thirty years old according to the bible, and he was supposed to be one thousand is as the mid rush says, and he was shown king, David. And he and God said this guy is going to die in youth. And Adam saw the condemn it could become something. Great. Well, I will donate seventy years of my life to give it. Well. Veterans Burger King David and this deal was not on the table. And if it were on the table, and you willing to sacrifice twenty four hours of your life for Ruth Bader Ginsburg, then I would suggest that you probably have your priorities. Not in order better Ginsburg is a is a human being she's not a Saint. And if you're willing to do that for anyone like of all the people that you do that for now, it'd be it if I were going to give a day of my life to anybody wouldn't it be some kid with cancer or something Ruth, Bader Ginsburg? Yeah. Okay. All right. I mean, I guess your priorities are your priorities. A final thing that I hate. So I discussed this a little bit on my radio show yesterday. But there is a new a new AP report out American psychological association report, the APA is just a pathetic organization. I mean that that organization is a political hackery organization par excellence they've already declared that things that are mental disorders are not mental disorders specifically out of political pressure with no evidence to back them. Now, they have declared the masculinity itself traditional masculinity itself is unhealthy to people. Which does raise a question if. A woman, and you think that you are traditionally masculine man, maybe you're not mentally disordered for thinking, you're a man. But if you want to be a traditionally masculine man now, you're mentally disordered. So if you're transgender woman or transgender man, mental disorder isn't wanting to change your genitals or anything the actual mental disorder would be you wanted to be traditionally masculine, obviously, the real problem is that you wanna break rocks with a sledgehammer or something. According to the way, they are telling people that something is amiss foreman. And they say that they that forty years of research shows that traditional masculinity is psychologically harmful. And it's socializing boys to suppress their emotions causes damage that echoes both inwardly and outwardly. Well, it depends on which emotions were telling you to be stoic about. If we're telling you to stop widening in the words of Arnold Schwarzenegger and kindergarten cop better advice. Never given. Then that seems not terrible. If we are telling you that you should never express your feelings. And obviously that's stupid. But I'm not sure that there that many people who truly believe that they said that stoicism is bad. Aggressiveness is bad. All these things are how do you know that this is unsigned because this team says it says in the report are you ready for this is in actual sentence in a scientific report. Indeed when researchers strip away stereotypes and expectations. There isn't much difference in the basic behaviors of men and women. That's patently insane. There's not only no evidence to back that all the evidence is on the other side. Of course, there are differences in basic behaviors between men and women. They're different behaviors with regard to sex. There's different papers with the garage marriage. They're different behaviors with regard to child rearing and job. Prioritization, there are different behaviors with regard to spatial awareness right there. There's just different behaviors and activities associated with men and women because men and women are different. But according to the if you train your son to be masculine than this is really bad. So meet telling my son that he ought to be competitive that it's good to be competitive so long as that is properly channel toward productivity..