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Fresh update on "samuel alito" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek
"World of national news on it first as always, Nancy Lyon, in D.C., hey, Nancy. Thanks, Carol. The Supreme Court is weighing whether Alabama's congressional map violates the federal voting rights law. In a state where blacks make up 27% of the population, there is only one majority black district out of 7. Alabama lawyer Edmund liqueurs said of the lower courts. They argued the Voting Rights Act requires Alabama to replace its map with a racially gerrymandered plan. Justice Samuel Alito suggests that a second black district would have to stretch on reasonably across the state. Justice Elena Kagan countered near looking at a state where there is incredible racially polarized voting, where there was a long history of racial discrimination in the state, under our precedent. It's kind of a slam dunk. Justice Kenji Brown Jackson cited a century of civil rights laws that she said are still needed today. In Washington nerve Chapman Bloomberg radio. Micron is making a huge financial commitment in New York and plans to build a chip factory in the state. Governor Kathy hochul tells Bloomberg, it is a landmark deal. There's never been an investment this big made in the state of New York, over $100 billion over the next 20 years to build something that is something quite extraordinary. That this will be the home and the manufacturer of the largest semiconductor manufacturing facility in the country. Governor hochul says the factory will be built in clay north of Syracuse, and will generate about 50,000 jobs in the state. While the U.S. is pledging new support for Ukraine, President Biden told Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky during a phone call today, the U.S. will continue to support Ukraine for as long as it takes, he pledged a new $625 million security assistance package. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered
"samuel alito" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Public remark since all during the opinion that wiped out the constitutional right to abortion, justice Samuel Alito mocked the world leaders who criticized that opinion in a speech at a religious liberty summit in Rome. I had the honor of this term of writing, I think, the only Supreme Court decision in the history of that institution that has been lamb basted by a whole string of foreign leaders. One of these was former prime minister Boris Johnson. But he paid the price. My guest is constitutional law scholar Kim Whaley, a professor at the university of Baltimore law school. Kim this seems so out of character for Supreme Court Justice. I can't remember another justice or even a judge who ridiculed world leaders publicly. Well, I'm not entirely surprised because he made a pretty shocking speech in 2020 to the federalist society where he really crossed some lines of independence. But of course, you know, getting into sort of the international political arena in that way, so deliberately making fun of Forrest Johnson and the royal family, et cetera. But what really bothered me about it is that he introduced the topic of saying he had quote the honor of writing. This opinion that is Dobbs that was lambasted. The honor, when meanwhile, he seems to just shrug off the fact that tens, if not hundreds of thousands of women and girls are horrified by this and many will be physically and emotionally and psychologically and personally deeply affected and negative ways by virtue of what he says was an honor. He opened his jobs opinion talking about how abortion is a moral issue that he would address it in such a trivial way tickets so personally that people take issue with this landmark ruling that reversed 50 years of precedent as withdraws for the first time in American history and established individual constitutional right and affects women and girls. You know, it makes me uncomfortable to even hear that given his stature as a Supreme Court Justice. Alito has a history of not behaving with the decorum we'd expect of a Supreme Court Justice. We all remember his shaking his head and mouthing the words not true during president Obama's State of the Union address when he criticized the citizens united decision. And he also mocked the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg by pursing his lips and shaking his head and rolling his eyes as she read a dissent from the bench. In 2013, so is this perhaps par for the course for him? Well, as a constitutional law, professor, if you look at actually the substance of what he said. And again, what he said in 2020 at this federal society speech. I mean, it looks like justice Alito really believes that religion and I would guess based on his comments. Christianity because he seemed aghast that a ten year old would not know who Jesus was and he talked about an image of Jesus in Germany and he was stunned that the child didn't know what that was. I mean, I think there are plenty of Christians that would not know iconic images from other religions, for example. It looks like he really has this personal sense that religion is under assault that is almost irrational, right? He talks about how people and he even sort of made a nod to his colleagues and I'm assuming the progressives want no special protection for religion, he said. And he compared those who aren't on believers in protecting religion, even in the public sphere. That's his position. He compared them to Green Bay Packers fans. And the idea that people who don't adhere to his strong view of Christianity as central to American culture and society are somehow thinking of religion as a sports team. And that's just not true. I think the other justices and people that care about this issue and most Americans understand there's a line to be drawn between the free exercise clause and what we know is the establishment clause. And in two cases, this term, the court whittled down the establishment clause. I think what we're going to see, frankly, is religion back in government. And when you hear justice Alito, he's doing more than calling balls and strikes under the law, which is really what the role of judges are in the federal system because they're not elected, and he really believes he's on some bigger mission. He equated not having religion and government to potentiality for totalitarianism. He suggested, we'll look at the Soviets. They pushed religion out and they fell. You know, of course he's ignoring places like Afghanistan and the Taliban, where religion has been used to justify tremendous human rights violations. He's really kind of almost off kilter frankly in terms of what should sound like from a Supreme Court Justice as neutral thoughtful, unemotional, un ideological assessment of the law and the fact. Americans seem to be losing confidence in the Supreme Court. According to a recent AP norc poll, 43% of Americans have hardly any confidence in the court at all. 39% have only some confidence. The Supreme Court doesn't have its own army to enforce what it says is the rule of law. That it gave itself out authority in the 19th century and in a landmark case called marbury versus Madison. What happens if and when people say, I don't need to listen to the Supreme Court. There are jokes. Then what happens to the whole fabric and structure of our legal system and the implications of this can not really be overstated, and this is why I think we're in Kagan are right have been sounding the alarm in some of their defense now for a few years that when you degrade the institutions, it's very hard to rebuild them so that the damage that's being done by Alito speech, but also by what they're doing to the constitution is very, very serious. Thanks, Kim. That's professor Kim Whaley of the university of Baltimore law school. Coming up, book wars. This is Bloomberg. Not complete. Progressive snapshot can save you money based on how you drive
"samuel alito" Discussed on WTOP
"Is WTO news. Justice Samuel Alito is mocking foreign critics over the Supreme Court's decision to overturn roe versus wade. Alito authored the decision repealing federal abortion rights during a speech at a religious liberty conference in Rome, Alito singled out the leaders of France and Canada as well as the UK's Boris Johnson. He also jokingly said of prince Harry's recent comments. What really wounded me was when the Duke of Sussex addressed the United Nations and seemed to compare the decision whose name may not be spoken with the Russian attack on Ukraine. Harry cited the war in Ukraine and the rollback of constitutional rights in the U.S. as painful events that happened this year. Montgomery county judge has sentenced a man to 25 years in prison for two carjackings, as well as for threatening an ex-girlfriend. Leslie Lee pleaded guilty to charges of armed carjacking, carjacking, and first degree assault last month. Prosecutors say Lee went on this crime spree over a couple of days in November, first forcing a woman out of a Volkswagen while she waited for her daughter at a Silver Spring gas station. The next day, not too far away, pointing a gun at a man park by the winter tower apartment complex on castle boulevard, and ordering him to get out of the car. Two days later, less than a mile away, he was arrested after pulling a gun on the mother of his children. The 37 year old is not eligible for parole. Police say they found a gun and multiple iPhones on him as well as property stolen in a separate burglary. Shayna steal in WTO P news. Money news of 25 and 55, here's Jeff Klebold. Private and charter air travel has soared during the pandemic a record 3.3 million private flights last year, it is expensive, but a Maryland startup doesn't think it has to be as expensive as it is. Errol vontae charges about half the per hour rate others do, it offsets out with membership fees, a $1000 a month for individuals, $1500 a month for families, bringing private jet travel to someone normally flying first class commercial. We have NFL players. We have celebrity chefs. We have professional golfers. You know, we have parties that are businessmen, executives, and all in between. That's arrow vontae founder Patrick britton haar, his fleet flies from BWI and dulles as well as smaller regional airports, charter flying is a good job for pilots. Most of our pilots are former military guys. We have a very strong pool of individuals that come from the navy. Our chief operating officer is a former F-18 pilot. Just raised 9 and a half $1 million for expansion. Jeff
Steve Deace: The Difference Between the Two Parties on Capitol Hill
"I mean it reminds me of my old adage that most Republicans on Capitol Hill are really Democrats but no Democrats are really Republicans Hold on a second I'm reading a press release stand from George W. Bush She finally got around thanking Samuel Alito for writing the opinion on it We did No he did not Oh yeah of course he didn't That's right We were waiting on that Jim was waiting with bated breath Bobby bonilla day came first and it still hasn't happened So yes you're right You know here's the difference between the two parties on Capitol Hill There's two things I could say that are the real difference Democrats inspire their base to get what they want Republicans conspire against their base to get what they want Democrats don't even try don't even attempt to curtail their agenda at all To win elections Like they used to or gone are the days of Bill Clinton losing a midterm calling it sending Hillary out in a two year tour and bringing a dick Morris to save his presidency with triangulation Those days are gone It's devil in a red unitard with a pitchfork Just out in the open with it now And so they won't even curtail their agenda to win elections Meanwhile Republicans will seek to curtail and agenda They don't actually agree with Their own base in order to win
Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade; states can ban abortion
"The Supreme Court has ended the constitutional protections for abortion After nearly 50 years the high court has overturned roe V wade which is expected to lead to abortion bans and roughly half the states The ruling comes more than a month after the stunning leak of a draft opinion by justice Samuel Alito indicating the once unthinkable decision was coming in the final opinion today Alito writes row and the 1992 case that reaffirmed abortion rights were both wrong the day they were decided and must be overturned The ruling comes amid public opinion surveys finding a majority of Americans oppose overturning roe and handing the question of whether to permit abortion entirely to the states Sagar Meghani Washington
Supreme Court order could affect Pennsylvania Senate count
"A Supreme Court order could affect the Pennsylvania Senate vote count The Supreme Court is temporarily blocking the counting of some mail in ballots in Pennsylvania There's a tight Republican Senate primary between former hedge fund CEO David McCormick and celebrity heart surgeon doctor mehmet Oz and order from justice Samuel Alito paused a lower court ruling in a lawsuit over a disputed 2021 local court election that would have allowed the counting of mail in ballots that lacked a handwritten date The Pennsylvania law requires voters to write a date on the envelope in which they mail in their ballots but the envelope is postmarked by the post office and timestamped by counties when they receive it Ed Donahue Washington
Clarence Thomas says abortion leak has changed Supreme Court
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"samuel alito" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Within the anti worship movement they're very different definitions of what counts as an abortion inducing drug and that can often sweep in some of what most people consider contraceptives So it would not surprise me if at least some states sweep in some forms of contraception in their abortion bans because I think unbeknownst to most Americans there's a live battle for some time about what abortion means not just whether it should be legal Does Alito's reason a name that other constitutional rights that to quote him are not deeply rooted in this nation's history and tradition like gay marriage could be in jeopardy We've seen some signs of it in part Samuel Alito and clarence Thomas has already very publicly argued that the Supreme Court's decision on gay marriage was wrongly decided The reasoning of the draft could easily apply to any of the court's jurisprudence on a substantive due process right to privacy including same sex marriage So I think it's a question of Juan do states do something that would give rise to a case And few does the court really want to take down the entirety of substantive due process Jurisprudence and I don't think the answer to that is yes today but I think if you're looking 5 or ten years down the road I imagine you get a different answer Finally you referred to this but do you think the 5 justices who allegedly voted for this knew the can of worms they were opening and how this would further divide an already divided country or did they just not care I think that they don't care is a fair reading at least if the draft that drops more or less says they don't care So the draft essentially says our job is to interpret the law and if that destroys the country along the way that's really not our problem The irony of course is that one of the arguments that draft offers for undoing roe is that it polarized the debate and deepened the country's divide And so it's strange to say the least that the court seems disinterested in whether it's about to do that again in this decision Thanks Mary That's professor Mary ziegler of UC Davis law school Coming up next Trump's favorite attorney at least for now This is Bloomberg The progressive presents forest metaphors about bundling your.
"samuel alito" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Inducing drug and that can often sweep in some of what most people consider contraceptives So it would not surprise me if at least some states sweep in some forms of contraception in their abortion bans because I think unbeknownst to most Americans there's a live battle for some time about what abortion means not just whether it should be legal Does Alito's reason a name that other constitutional rights that to quote him are not deeply rooted in this nation's history and tradition like gay marriage could be in jeopardy We've seen some signs of it in part Samuel Alito and clarence Thomas has already very publicly argued that the Supreme Court's decision on gay marriage was wrongly decided The reasoning of the draft could easily apply to any of the court's jurisprudence on a substantive due process right to privacy including same sex marriage So I think it's a question of Juan do states do something that would give rise to a case and he does the court really want to take down the entirety of substantive due process Jurisprudence and I don't think the answer to that is yes today but I think if you're looking 5 or ten years down the road I imagine you get a different answer Finally you referred to this but do you think the 5 justices who allegedly voted for this knew the can of worms they were opening and how this would further divide an already divided country or did they just not care I think that they don't care is a fair reading at least of the draft the drafts more or less says they don't care So the draft essentially says our job is to interpret the law and if that destroys the country along the way that's really not our problem The irony of course is that one of the arguments the draft offers for undoing roe is that it polarized the debate and deepened the country's divide And so it's strange to say the least that the court seems disinterested in whether it's about to do that again in this decision Thanks Mary That's professor Mary ziegler of UC Davis law school Coming up next Trump's favorite attorney at least for now This is Bloomberg.
"samuel alito" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Abortion inducing drug And that can often sweep in some of what most people consider contraceptives So it would not surprise me if at least some states sweep in some forms of contraception in their abortion bans because I think unbeknownst to most Americans there's a live battle for some time about what abortion means not just whether it should be legal Does Alito's reason a name that other constitutional rights that to quote him are not deeply rooted in this nation's history and tradition like gay marriage could be in jeopardy We've seen some signs of it in part Samuel Alito and clarence Thomas has already very publicly argued that the Supreme Court's decision on gay marriage was wrongly decided The reasoning of the draft could easily apply to any of the court's jurisprudence on a substantive due process right to privacy including same sex marriage So I think it's a question of one do states do something that would give rise to a case and two does the court really want to take down the entirety of substantive due process Here's prudence And I don't think the answer to that is yes today but I think if you're looking 5 or ten years down the road I imagine you get a different answer Finally you referred to this but do you think the 5 justices who allegedly voted for this knew the can of worms they were opening and how this would further divide an already divided country or did they just not care I think that they don't care as if they're reading at least if the grass more or less says they don't care So the draft essentially says our job is to interpret the law and if that destroys the country along the way that's really not our problem The irony of course is that one of the arguments the draft offers for undoing roe is that it polarized the debate and deepened the country's divide And so it's strange to say the least of the court seems disinterested in whether it's about to do that again in this decision Thanks Mary That's professor Mary ziegler of UC Davis law school Coming up next Trump's favorite attorney at least for now This is Bloomberg Cyber technology.
Radical Left Organizations Encourage the Targeting of SCOTUS Homes
"Yesterday we talked about the group rise up for abortion, which is really just a front for a shadowy revolutionary Communist Party group. A Maoist organization founded in the 60s by bob, avakian. Now, interestingly enough, some on the left don't like that group because they call it a cult. Which seems very apropos. Now, another group that's actually getting probably more attention because they were the ones that actually doxxed the 5 out of the 6 conservative justices, Samuel Alito, Amy Coney Barrett, clarence Thomas, Brett Kavanaugh, Neil Gorsuch, is a group called Ruth sent us. Ruth sent us is asking activists to target Supreme Court Justices who may overturn roe V roe V wade with demonstrations at their private homes. Now, can we just state it? As a simple, clean fact here that you should not protest at private homes. You should not confront or get in their faces as Maxine water says, when people are out in public with their families, this is not appropriate. If you don't like somebody, you vote them out of office. If you don't like somebody, you can go on Twitter and say something mean and nasty to them. That's fine. And there might actually be free speech on Twitter moving forward with Elon Musk taking down. You do not, and I repeat, again, do not protest at private homes. I think it's just important to say that it's idiotic. It's stupid. If you're a conservative and you're considering protesting in front of, I don't know, justice Kagan's house because you think it's respect that she or one of her clerks were the leaker. Don't do it. Stop. It looks bad.
"samuel alito" Discussed on WTOP
"In a speech on those steeply rising costs the president introduced plans to cut costs Russia pounding away in Ukraine's vital southern port of Odessa two hotels of shopping center at a warehouse have been destroyed Ukraine also says 44 bodies were found in a building that was leveled weeks ago They were all civilians More than a hundred protesters gathered outside the Alexandria home of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito last night They marched with signs and candles and expressed dismay over the court's draft opinion that it looks like it's poised to overturn roe versus wade Keep it here on WTO we'll bring you more on these top stories in minutes A warning for pregnant moms more of you are being exposed to dangerous chemicals that exist in the air water even your food Pregnant women are increasingly at risk for exposure to harmful chemicals through plastics and pesticides According to researchers at the University of California San Francisco the majority of expectant mothers are exposed to dozens of chemicals which could impact their child's development Latina mothers were shown to be at greatest risk with high exposure to chemicals used in preservatives and plastics It's corresponded to least Preston She says that 12 year study looked at a 170 pregnant women across the country You can read more online in environmental science and technology Up ahead in money news Another 250 points a local mall and the wrecking ball I'm Jeff label 1248 Traffic.
Senate passes bill to boost security for Supreme Court
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Is Overturning Roe v Wade a Radical or Conservative Choice?
"This is Tina. Tina says, quote, Charlie, I read a column of one of my conservative Friends shared on Twitter. That was written by someone on the right apparently said overturning roe versus wade wasn't conservative. Okay, so this is a column by Brett Stevens, who used to be a really smart person and he's just become almost unreadable in recent years. And this Brett Stevens now writes for The New York Times. And Brett Stevens wrote this for The New York Times. Overturning roe is a radical, not conservative choice. Now he calls himself a conservative, he's just about the same type of conservative as Bill kristol. That should tell you everything you need to know. Dear chief justice Roberts, justice Barrett Gorsuch Kavanaugh and Thomas, as you'll no doubt agree roe versus wade was an ill judged decision one was handed down January 22nd, 1973. It continues by saying, roe versus wade diminished the standing on the court by turning it into an even more political branch of government. But a half century is a long time. America is a different place, with a most of its population born after Rowe was decided. After a decision to overturn roe, which the court seemed poised to do, according to the leak of a draft of a majority opinion by justice Samuel Alito, would do more to replicate gross damage than to reverse it. He says it would be a radical, not conservative choice. So Brett Stevens, who I assume is very highly educated. I would like him to tell me what is the definition of radical. It means to the root to the core. To the basis. Brett Stevens asks the question in The New York Times. What is conservative, he says? It is above all, the conviction that abrupt and profound changes to established laws and common expectations are utterly destructive to respect for their law and institutions established to uphold it. And especially when those changes are instigated from above with neither Democrat consent, nor broad consensus. Okay, that is not what a conservative is, okay? If there is an immoral or destructive law, a conservative has a moral obligation to try to repeal it and get rid of it quickly.
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?
Leftist Journalist Threatens Killing Justice Thomas & Justice Alito
"Because here's what this journalist said about two conservative Supreme Court Justices. He writes, if you had the chance to kill clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito, the two oldest right wing Supreme Court judges should you do it while Biden can get his nominees to replace them confirmed. If you could kill clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito I mean, forget Twitter, isn't that a verifiable, illegal threat? You're allowed to go publicly threaten people's lives? Don't you think some unhinged maniac could see that? And try to do them harm? Is he still up, Derek? Is he still there? I mean, I would be shocked if they took him down, but maybe they will. Maybe they will.
"samuel alito" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Be heard call 8 four four four the USA now to let Dan know what you think 844-484-3872 the Dan bongino show We're here it is I've been talking about it the entire show here are Samuel Alito justice Samuel Alito's actual words With the Dobbs decision that impacts roe V wade and abortion that was leaked out Here is actual words No one is denying the authenticity of a chief justice John Roberts has already confirmed the document is in fact authentic For all of you out there on the left spreading sewage like disinformation like our disinformation Nina jankovic an expert at spreading raw sewage all over the field of information and Joe Biden a noted discredited plagiarist liar corrupt the crap Why don't you try telling the truth just for once I know it's a novelty for you but just give it a shot You may like it Here is words They're in The Wall Street Journal today Justice Alito's originalist triumph It's an opinion piece by David garrow It says quote this is from the actual opinion For those of you believe it's going to lead to a Jim Crow two and segregated lunch counters or any other ridiculous absurdities you want to spew Quote nothing in this opinion should be understood to cast doubt on precedents that do not concern abortion Justice Alito insists Dobbs does not undermine them in any way Did you actually read it You know being stupid can be a profession Believe me liberals have made a good bit of money doing it Just ask the cat lady I mean it's a profession for them This is what they do Ignorance is that they rely on ignorance But this is just obvious You can legitimately just go to your phone or computer put in any search engine doesn't even matter which one leak Alito Dobbs decision and you can read the words for yourself The authenticity of it is already been confirmed Where a clearly says again nothing in this opinion should be understood to cast out unprecedented do not concern abortion And yet you still go out you still go out and you tell people that segregation is coming back into racial marriage is going away LGBTQ kids are going to be segregated in classrooms And yes I'm sorry Jim It's going to be you're not going to be allowed to visit grandma I live in Florida There's going to be a national police force set up at the Florida George Florida Georgia line like the ban That's going to mean a new thing in the future right I got to move on 'cause I can't I'm getting dumber talking about liberals I really am I'm getting dumber every single day talking about these morons on the left I can't take it I gave it really is it makes you dumber to all you've got to do is read the documents Here's another guy who melted down on the left and very serious note I had been very concerned about the safety of the Supreme Court Justices It was my entire line of work for ten years plus was executive protection I get concerned about this stuff It's a very serious topic It grows even more serious by the day because you have crazy people like this on Twitter This guy Simon Gwynn Now he's since recanted on this but this is what he put out to Twitter and it went viral for all the wrong reasons He said interesting real-life trolley problem in America right now If you had the chance to kill clarence Thomas and Sam Alito that you owe this right wing Supreme Court Justices a justice issue should you do it while Biden can get his nominees to replacing to replace them and confirm It's interesting it's an abstract question but it comes a real becomes a real conundrum if say you're terminally ill and you have little to lose yourself but you know that it could save many women's lives in the future Folks if that was a conservative calling for that there'd be an FBI investing I'm not kidding There would be an FBI investigation right now Every single person who contacted this dreadful human being would be under investigation and you'd likely find yourself under an investigation but it wouldn't be the Secret Service because they don't investigate the it would probably be someone from the Department of Justice You wonder why I'm concerned about their security Because the emotions surrounding this issue is like nothing you've ever seen if you've ever dealt in a debate with leftists on abortion I'm telling you the idea of systematically wiping out children in the womb is a sacrament to them Why they are so in love with the idea of killing children in the womb is only explainable by the existence of pure evil There is no other explanation And it's why crazy people when you bring up the topic and you attempt to have a rational conversation about this it's why they lose their mind They are perfect example Did you see this yesterday on the 5 Geraldo Cue up for me cut 8 Geraldo was on the 5 yesterday and Greg gutfeld who has been doing a great job advocating for the ability of children to be allowed to live Geraldo and agree And of course whenever you bring this topic up you left these like Geraldo they'd lose their marbles Here's Geraldo melting down my name is invoked in this of course because of my history but Geraldo but melting down and going the punk route again He loves to use that word punk I don't get it I find that inverse relationship The more people talk junk the less tough they are The toughest guys I've ever met in my life talk the least amount of junk But here check this out Anywhere on social media it's something to celebrate to cherish right The unfortunate That's baloney So why are hangar stuck up.
Advocates worry other rights at risk if court overturns Roe
"While while while while the the the the Supreme Supreme Supreme Supreme Court Court Court Court appears appears appears appears to to to to be be be be close close close close to to to to ending ending ending ending abortion abortion abortion abortion rights rights rights rights questions questions questions questions are are are are being being being being raised raised raised raised about about about about what what what what could could could could be be be be next next next next this this this this is is is is about about about about a a a a lot lot lot lot more more more more than than than than abortion abortion abortion abortion president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden fears fears fears fears of of of of roe roe roe roe versus versus versus versus Wade Wade Wade Wade is is is is overturned overturned overturned overturned right right right right wing wing wing wing opponents opponents opponents opponents will will will will go go go go after after after after other other other other rights rights rights rights based based based based on on on on the the the the right right right right to to to to privacy privacy privacy privacy what what what what are are are are the the the the next next next next things things things things that that that that are are are are gonna gonna gonna gonna be be be be attacked attacked attacked attacked because because because because this this this this Mager Mager Mager Mager crowd crowd crowd crowd is is is is really really really really the the the the most most most most extreme extreme extreme extreme political political political political exit exit exit exit organization organization organization organization that's that's that's that's existed existed existed existed in in in in American American American American history history history history in in in recent recent recent American American American history history history justice justice justice Samuel Samuel Samuel Alito Alito Alito stated stated stated in in in the the the opinion opinion opinion that that that it it it applies applies applies only only only to to to abortion abortion abortion but but but a a a number number number of of of other other other rulings rulings rulings based based based in in in part part part on on on the the the right right right to to to privacy privacy privacy allowed allowed allowed married married married couples couples couples the the the right right right to to to buy buy buy and and and use use use contraceptives contraceptives contraceptives another another another overturned overturned overturned a a a Texas Texas Texas law law law that that that criminalize criminalize criminalize same same same sex sex sex intimacy intimacy intimacy and and and yet yet yet another another another decision decision decision legalize legalize legalize gay gay gay marriage marriage marriage several several several state state state legislatures legislatures legislatures controlled controlled controlled by by by the the the Republican Republican Republican Party Party Party have have have already already already passed passed passed bills bills bills aimed aimed aimed at at at barring barring barring transgender transgender transgender youth youth youth sports sports sports and and and health health health care care care others others others imposed imposed imposed restrictions restrictions restrictions on on on talking talking talking about about about LGBTQ LGBTQ LGBTQ issues issues issues in in in public public public classrooms classrooms classrooms Tim Tim Tim McGuire McGuire McGuire Washington Washington Washington
Chaos Amid a Massive Security Breach at the Supreme Court
"Chief justice John Roberts has confirmed the authenticity of a Supreme Court draft opinion that would overrule roe versus wade. Though he admits it may not have been the final resolution. I just want to state that while I'm all about transparency and I'm all about getting information to the public. This particular case is highly unusual. It's an extraordinary breach of privacy. And threatening, frankly, to the institution that is the Supreme Court and to our country. Now the chief justice has ordered an investigation into the leak of the draft just to get you up to speed, you should know that on Monday evening a 67 page opinion by just a Samuel Alito was published in its entirety by Politico, it had been circulated within the court according to the date stamped on it of February 10th, and it was to be ruled on at the end of June. This has never happened before. I mean, this is never happened. There's a sanctity, right? If you would to the court that someone there in the halls of justice clearly does not respect, now regardless of what side of the political aisle you are on. Think about what just went down. Regardless of how you feel about the issue of abortion, you got to think about how this happened and how it was done so deliberately in an attempt to undermine the justices to intimidate them potentially and clearly to create a major political issue. That is what we are going to have right now. You know, law clerks, they will be examined heavily in this because they typically see these opinions as drafts before they're signed by the justices. So they have to pledge all kinds of confidentiality. They have to avoid journalists, but someone, and we don't know, we're just speculating on the possibility of a law clerk, one would hope it's not higher up in the food chain. Someone chose not to respect that confidentiality. Someone chose to give this to a journalist. There's going to be a whole lot more to come on this investigation,
Unpacking 'The Supreme Leak' and the End of Roe
"Reported that the Supreme Court was poised to decide that roe versus wade was going to be overturned. Now this is an unprecedented development because Politico received a leak. Now we're used to leaks in Washington, D.C., leaks happen all the time in leakers are rarely ever held accountable unless the leakers of course are leaking on Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton. And so what appears to be a Supreme Court Justice clerk will get into that later in this program of who we think it is. They leaked a draft of the decision composed and written by Samuel Alito by justice Alito. Now the significance of this is, is that the decision is not done yet, is that the justices meet right after they hear oral arguments, they start to draft opinions, and the final decision, the final vote will be done based on how the opinion is written. And so based on the draft that looks like Amy Coney Barrett, clarence Thomas, justice Gorsuch, justice Alito, and justice Kavanaugh, 5 of them are going to vote against the four would be briar Sotomayor Kagan and Roberts saying that roe versus wade will be overturned. Now mind you. We'll get into the technical aspect of this. Does not mean that abortion will be outlawed as much as I'd like to see that happen. That just, it's simply means that states will be able to determine their own abortion laws. It will
Biden blasts 'radical' Roe draft, warns other rights at risk
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Dems Forget the SCOTUS Ruling Is Only About Abortion
"They are so determined to continue the practice of terminating human lives in the womb killing babies in the womb That they're completely melting down and losing their minds that this may in some states be taken away from them Here put the media Montage up first stream here's a liberal media again totally melting down that they can't wipe out infants in the womb anymore Sick evil stuff Check this out Honestly I want to cry You know own a cry in so many different ways but just to start with the substance of this decision There are a lot of things now on the chopping block and Steve you spoke about an earthquake Well a familiar phrase the slippery slope in the Supreme Court that which you do in one area could extend to others Well fundamental rights include interstate travel include the idea of same sex marriage include same sex relationships just to name a few Now this is essentially gone What's next The reasoning of this decision is so as I say muscular it could reach other rights as well including the right of marriage equality which is just recognized by the Supreme Court a few years ago I mean this is an opinion that Robert bork would have written The way Alito frames this all right that are not specifically mentioned in the constitution If they are not deeply rooted in our nation's history and traditions whatever that means wouldn't be legitimate That would include gay marriage Maybe even interracial marriage Okay that's all a lie folks That's all a lie Read the leak in the Politico piece It's on my website in my newsletter today The leak is of Samuel Alito justice Alito's majority opinion It very specifically puts a perimeter fence around the abortion issue They are just making it up
Supreme Court Abortion Law Leak: What Happened and Why Does It Matter?
"The biggest case in front of the Supreme Court is the Dobbs V Jackson women's health organization. This is the abortion case. This is the Mississippi case that outlaws abortion beyond 15 weeks. And of course, the court was sort of faced with sort of three options, a firm roe versus wade. Number two, uphold the Mississippi law, but somehow square it with roe versus wade and the third, knock over roe versus wade and along with that Planned Parenthood versus Casey, essentially return the abortion question to the states. And there was a leak that just came out in the magazine well on the website political. And the league not only says that the court has arrived at an early decision to overturn roe versus wade, but the decision is 5 to four that justice Samuel Alito has drafted the majority opinion, representing the 5 justices, and we know who those 5 justices are, so if I used to say that Roberts decided not to be in the 5, although I'll talk about Roberts a little bit later. A 5 four decision 5 votes to overthrow a row, return the matter to the states. And Alito drafted a lengthy opinion 98 pages. Now this is not the final opinion, but nevertheless, it is a closely reasoned, heavily footnoted detailed argument. And the whole brief was leaked. So the dissenting opinions appear not to have been written yet, and we'll talk a little bit about how that leak might have occurred. But I want to talk about how startling it is that the security around the court, because this kind of information by and large stays with the justices, and with their clerks.
"samuel alito" Discussed on WCPT 820
"I'm Chris whitting The best way to listen to music is with headphones and the best way to eat an ancient valley crunch bar is outside Somehow it makes the crunch even crunchier in the whole grains even whole grainier See for yourself with nature valley This is a P news I'm Rita foley Protesters outside the Supreme Court last night Those on both sides are speaking out after what appears to be a leaked draft opinion from the high court suggesting it may be ready to overturn roe versus wade The case that legalized abortion nationwide AP Washington correspondent Sagar Meghani The document published in Politico strongly suggests at least 5 of the 9 justices voted to overrule roe shortly after hearing a case in December challenging Mississippi's abortion ban after 15 weeks in what's labeled a first draft of the court's opinion just to Samuel Alito writes roe was egregiously wrong from the start The opinion essentially states there is no constitutional right to abortion and that it's time to return the issue to the people's elected representatives That echoes what justice Brett Kavanaugh said during the Mississippi arguments Why should this court be the arbiter It's unclear if the draft represents the final word on roe from the high court which is expected to rule out the case as soon as next month Pope Francis says he recently offered to go to Moscow to meet with president Putin to try to win the war in Ukraine but he says he hasn't heard back Meanwhile we're hearing from Ukrainians who've run from the shattered and besieged city of mariupol The AP's Jennifer King Marina arriving in zaporizhia Ukraine in a car with smashed windows says first she fled from her home to her parents both apartments are now destroyed by bombing She ended up at a country house with no water or electricity On the way out of Mario she picked up Natalia potassium and her grandson Who spoke of hiding in the basement a lack of food and constant shelling day and night tonight Missouri will execute a man who killed an elderly couple while robbing their home gas is $4 20 cents a gallon this morning up 7 cents in a week This is a P news This is a 20 a.m. W CPT willow springs and streaming worldwide at WWC PT 8 20 dot com We are Chicago's progressive chalk where facts matter Now UW CPT 8 20 Chicago traffic.
"samuel alito" Discussed on WTOP
"Of the Supreme Court Monday night and into the early morning Tuesday After a report from Politico saying they've obtained a draft opinion written by justice Samuel Alito that suggests overturning roe V wade The 1973 decision protects the right to an abortion The draft opinions who guessed that individual states would be allowed to heavily regulate or outright ban abortion Barriers saying area closed our here in front of the court still blocking people from getting near the stairs they went up minutes after Politico's report was released The court is expected to rule on the case before its term ends in late June or early July from outside the Supreme Court Valerie bonk to WTO V news We are learning more this morning about the case against the 21 year old Leesburg man charged with killing his father dean Lake in their Leesburg home WTO's Neil augustin has details your hearing first here on WTO Police were called to the home after a family member found dean Lake dead and said that his son Schuyler Lake might have done it The witness said Skyler Lake has a mental disorder charging documents say Leesburg police found dean Lake had been beaten to death They found Skyler Lake cell phone and ID in the bathroom sink the soap dispenser had blood residue on it In another room was a pair of bloody shoes that Schuyler Lake was seen on video wearing Police say the next day Lake used his father's credit card at a shoe store in the villages of Leesburg Skyler lakes next court appearances May 19th in loudoun county near law can stay in WTO A former University of Virginia lacrosse player who beat his girlfriend to death in 2010 has been ordered by a jury to pay $15 million in a wrongful death lawsuit George hugley who's from Chevy Chase is currently serving a 23 year prison sentence in the killing of yardley love after being convicted of second degree murder in 2012 Now that lawsuit sought nearly $30 million in compensatory damages plus a $1 million in punitive damages The jury awarded both love sister and her mother 7 and a half $1 million each in compensatory damages Punitive damages were not awarded D.C. has a slew of historic sites linked to the Asian American community The most notable is the friendship archway right in front of the district Chinatown But researchers say there are many more and they've launched a new study to find them As D.C.'s Asian American communities thrive researchers say they want to see how Chinese and Korean residents lived in the past through historical sites TC is director on Asian and Pacific island affairs Ben de Guzman says it's a first of its kind project in the district Any opportunity we have to tell the stories about the API community in D.C. are welcome Researchers will look at historic places of worship schools and community centers One of the projects consultants sojin Kim says.
"samuel alito" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Opinion In the 98 page draft justice Samuel Alito writes Rowe was egregiously wrong from the start it also references Planned Parenthood V Casey justice alita writes quote we hold that row and Casey must be overruled This woman says she joined the demonstrations when she heard the high court may plan to overturn roe V wade You know it really just feels like all the work we put into was just torn up and thrown in the garbage and it's honestly ridiculous to me because of how far we've come right to just be set back in time Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer and House speaker Nancy Pelosi issued a joint statement referencing justices like Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch who have said that roe is settled law writing the conservative justices quote have lied to the U.S. Senate and ripped up the constitution In Washington I'm Amy Morris Bloomberg daybreak Thank you all abortion rights is now an issue that could reshape the midterm elections and Bloomberg law reporter Joan Grasso continues our team coverage in New York It would become a huge issue for the midterms people say that it would perhaps invigorate the democratic base to get out there because this is really one of the social issues of our time and women's law for so long to get the right to an abortion And now in pretty short measure in the history of our rights it being overturned Bloomberg Sharon Grasso says the leaking of the Supreme Court draft decision is perhaps more surprising than the apparent ruling And we'll have more details and analysis Karen on that apparent Supreme Court decision coming up shortly First we want to get to the latest on the war in Eastern Europe Boris Johnson weighs in on the conflict today The British prime minister will evoke his own countries wartime history in a virtual address to Ukraine's parliament Let's get the latest from Bloomberg's UN pots in London Good morning Ewan Good morning Nathan and Karen Boris Johnson is addressing Ukraine's parliament today becoming the first world leader to do so He's expected to say that the bravery demonstrated by Ukrainian fighters means that war will come to be known as the country's finest hour echoing the words of British leader Winston Churchill In addition to the UK has announced a new package of some $375 million in military aid for Ukraine In London I'm you and Potts Bloomberg daybreak You and thank you all in Ukraine today more civilian evacuations are expected from marry a poll and other cities in Russian hands as the conflict drags on former CIA director David Petraeus says it slowly grinding Russia down The Russians are running out of troops and material they can not replace what has been lost at least not in the short term It's possible that Vladimir Putin on 9 May during the World War II victory day celebration in Moscow could announce general mobilization or something like that Retired general David Petraeus is now chairman of the KKR global institute He spoke with David west and on Bloomberg's balance of power catch the show weekdays at noon eastern on Bloomberg radio and television Karen Citigroup is still seeking potential buyers for its operations in Russia We spoke with CEO Jane Fraser about the effort We are selling our consumer and our commercial banking franchise.
"samuel alito" Discussed on WTOP
"3rd 2022 Mostly cloudy but still comfortable today the high should reach around 73 before we're done 56 you're waking up to in our nation's capital right now Good morning to you I dean lane we do a D thank you for taking us along for your morning ride topping the local stories we're looking at for you this morning the stunning report from Politico just this week who is apparently obtained a draft opinion written by justice Samuel Alito overturning roe V wade the federal law back in 1973 landmark decision protecting the right to abortions nationwide In this opinion Alito apparently writes that roe was egregiously wrong from the start and that it is time he says to heed the constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people's elected representatives Barriers went up around the Supreme Court almost minutes last night after Politico's report dropped crowds started to gather shortly after NBC four's Amy Cho joy WTO last night from outside the Supreme Court building where the protests were going on You've seen a lot of acre and sadness in the crowd Some folks at time in tears Many people here tell me they are heartbroken by the prospect of roe V wade being overturned They also say they are worried about being able to access reproductive healthcare She adds that not everyone there is in protest at least one person told her last night day or thrilled by the prospect of roe V wade being overturned Stay tuned Double DT go P at four O four a man who was shot by police outside a green belt home is in stable condition in the hospital this early morning we're also learning here at WTO what led in the first place to the two officers opening fire In their lawsuit in federal court truckers who would How about this one over here The man had called 9-1-1 to say he was suicidal when officers got to the plateau place home they began speaking with him and noticed he had a knife with a 6 inch blade in his hand according to Hannah Glasgow at greenbelt police The man she says then refused commands to put the knife down The male subject then rapidly exited the residence toward the officers and raised the weapon at that time both officers discharged their weapons Witnesses tell WTO they heard four to 5 shots within a minute of officers responding It happened really quickly Glasgow says the two officers who opened fire on administrative leave as the department examines their response prince George's county police are investigating the shooting Mike Morello WTO news And a heads up this morning from WTO P if you are struggling with thoughts of suicide or worried about a friend or say loved one that needs help help is available Call the national suicide prevention lifeline at one 802 7 three talk That's the national suicide prevention lifeline at one 8 zero zero two 7 three and then spill out the word talk to A-okay Double DTP at four O 6 a former UVA lacrosse player from Chevy Chase who beat his girlfriend to death in 2010 is ordered this week by a jury to pay 15 million in a wrongful death lawsuit George hugley serving 23 year prison sentence right now in the killing of yardley love of Baltimore county after being convicted of second degree murder back in 2012 Eugene loved both played lacrosse at UVA University of Virginia and had an on again off again relationship before hugely drunkenly killed her The lawsuit originally sought about $30 million Before days back in March you'll remember protesting truckers tangling traffic as D.C. police blocked them from entering the heart of the city Now it seems some of those truckers are suing accusing the city of violating their First Amendment rights In their lawsuit in federal court truckers who had assembled in Hagerstown to mount their D.C. protest were repeatedly kept out of the district when police closed three 95 and two 95 entrance ramps into the downtown area The truckers were protesting COVID emergency regulations and.
High court rejects case of Christian group, bisexual lawyer
"The Supreme Court says it won't review the case of a Christian organization that was sued after declining to hire a bisexual lawyer who applied for a job the case involves the union gospel mission in Seattle Washington an attorney Matthew woods argues that the organization violated state law by discriminating against him on the basis of his sexual orientation a lower court let the case go forward and the High Court has now said it won't intervene to justices Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas agreed with the decision not to hear the case at this stage however they said the day may soon come when the court needs to confront the issue the case presents I Walter Ratliff
"samuel alito" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Council This is Bloomberg law with June grosso from Bloomberg radio The Supreme Court seems prime to rule against Boston for refusing to allow an organization to fly a Christian flag in front of city hall Just as is across the ideological spectrum suggested that Boston had created a public forum rather than conveying government speech Here are justices Samuel Alito and Elena Kagan When you say anybody can speak at putting up a flag with these few exceptions are you not creating a forum for private speech rather than speaking on speaking your own mind A program that basically now says and previously we welcome all comers except for the most reprehensible discriminatory speech and religious speech That's what this program is And why should we understand that to be government speech to say everything's good except religion And several of the justices pointed out that it would be easy for the city to avoid having to fly any and all flags by exercising more control over the process His justice Amy Coney Barrett The city of Boston sits down asks what's going to be expressed and says yes this is an idea that Boston can get behind and a government official participates in the flag raising participates in the ceremony communicating that yes Boston is happy to celebrate and communicate pride in Juneteenth but no Boston is not going to participate in a flag raising for the Proud Boys My guest is First Amendment expert Eugene volley a professor at UCLA law school Eugene what's the central issue here The question that the court is facing is does the city of Boston have to accept really all proposed flat on the theory that it's created a limited public forum where it can't exclude flags for example because their religious in particular claimant here wanted to put up a Christian flag or whether there's no public forum and it is old government speech even when the government puts up other people's flags it's endorsing them And then it gets to pick and choose and it could you know we don't want to endorse Christian flag We don't want to endorse the mother flag and the like So that's the question of the court is facing Is this a limited public forum where do you point discrimination is on constitutional or is government speech in which the government can take and choose which viewpoint Most of the justices seem to be saying that this was not government speech What did they base that on It turns out at least from the argument but I think also from the briefing that very much turns on just how in particular the city has organized this particular program My sense of all the justices agree that the city could say look we're going to be really choosy about which flag we fly You know most cities are only choose to fly flags of the United States at the state of the city So everybody agrees the city could do that The question is whether the city did do that here or whether it took such a lazy attitude Like we put up pretty much everything It's going to be the never rejected some other flag before that it shows that between that and the way that it framed its policies It shows that it deliberately opened up a limited public forum The city argues that flying this flag would amount to a government endorsement of religion and when people look at those flag poles they assume that that's the city of Boston They don't assume that the third pole is a separate organization has nothing to do with the city Well there are two emphasis One is that this question of government endorsement ties in very directly to this broader question that I mentioned which is is that the limited public forum Or is this government speech Because the Supreme Court has made clear that in a limited public forum religious speakers are equally free to participate in part because the very fact that this is a public forum open to all of you pointing means the government isn't endorsing The government doesn't endorse any particular view when it merely complies with its obligation of viewpoint neutrality On the other hand if this is seen as government speech then yes by definition when the government did something it's presumably endorsing it in at least some measure and therefore should be entitled to say well we don't want to endorse religion here So the way the city of Boston has its set up right now Would they have to fly a flag with a swastika on it If the answer is that the city set up a limited public forum the answer is definitely In a limited public forum the city can't discriminate based on viewpoint it can discriminate against pro Nazi views It can discriminate against pro communist views It can discriminate against pro jihadist views So if the city set up this limited public forums and in that case yes it would have to fly the flag which again suggests that if the court says yes in this case the things that city did led to the creation of a limited public forum then from now on old cities including imagine especially Boston will say we're going to try very very hard to avoid creating this limited public forum We're either going to at the end of the practice of flying other people's flags or at least make sure it's sharply sharply limited whether in the formal rule or if it's set up in kind of the discretionary nature of the decision making process where they routinely say look you know I'm sorry we don't want your flag What do you think the decision will be Will it be a unanimous decision You know it's really hard to tell I hate making predictions about that I don't think there was anything really clear or argument as to how the justices will end up interpreting this particular program Again I think there's broad acknowledgment on the courts But not just from our arguments we're past decisions that if it's the limited public forum of course they can't exclude speech based on viewpoint or generally speaking based on its religiosity There's a broad acknowledgment that its government speech and the government gets to pick and choose The real dispute if there will be much dispute on the court will be how do we classify this particular program Maybe it'll be split by four 6 three maybe it'll end up being 9 zero which way exactly it goes I don't know And I'm not sure it matters that terribly much Because again one way or the other I think they'll be plenty of room for cities going forward to set up the flagpole programs in a way that allows them to pick and choose In past cases has the court drawn a clear line between government speech and private speech Not a super clear line by any means There is some gray and the clearest example of that is the son of a confederate veteran license plate design case where the court split sharply slipped by four on the question and maybe got it wrong It's concluded that a program where the state of Texas allowed hundreds of designs for license plates to be submitted by various groups And that was still government speech because traditions that license plate designs were set up by the government and because the public perceptions based in that tradition And so that was a closed case But there are other cases which weren't closed at all So for example the government was trying to prohibit derogatory trademarks as the case involving band called the slan And the court unanimously said well this isn't government speech This is the government promoting private speech in the form of private trademark and therefore can't discriminate things in Newport That was unanimous Likewise in the case that involves being monument of course nearly unanimously said yeah when the city is deciding which monuments to accept for a public park of course that government speech So you've got pretty clear things on both sides of the line and then of course occasionally is with most lines You get some gray areas right next But not a vast amount of gray Thanks Eugene That's Eugene volok.
Clinics Ask High Court to Block Texas 6-Week Abortion Ban
"Abortion providers in Texas are asking the US Supreme Court to block a new state law that would allow private citizens to sue anyone who helps a woman get an abortion abortion providers filed an emergency appeal with justice Samuel Alito after a panel of appellate judges refused to block enforcement of the law before it takes effect Wednesday the plaintiffs say the new law would rule out eighty five percent of abortions in Texas and forced many clinics to close the Texas law bans abortion after a fetal heartbeat can be detected that can be as early as six weeks and can be before a woman even though she's pregnant instead of setting criminal penalties this long encourages private citizens to bring lawsuits against doctors or anyone who helps a woman gets an abortion at that early stage at least twelve other states have enacted similar bans but all have been blocked from going into effect Jackie Quinn Washington
"samuel alito" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"If the state of California regulators were able to scoop up information on made your donors for every entity that does every tax exempt entity that does business in California, which is almost everybody, and so basically the chilling effect this would have it was brought by a conservative group, but it actually crossed party lines ideological lines. Lot of left wing groups didn't like this California policy either. And so the Supreme Court struck it down. Now this policy would have applied to whomever a donor. Maybe. But it was taken to the idea that since this is a state so heavily run by Democrats that the Democratic Party would be using this to see who donates to conservative causes, and then possibly the state would be utilized as a cudgel as a bit of retribution against those people, But this could have gone. Either way. So what was the argument of the state? You know, in wanting this to happen? The state's argument was that they had a legitimate law enforcement and regulatory need for this information to prevent fraud in charities. But the Supreme Court and this came out in oral argument also basically eviscerated that said, You almost never used this information as part of an investigation. It's just the names of donors. That's well, that's all they're getting, and you're going to collected on several 1000 entities. For something you almost never used. And if there is a real investigation, then you can obtain this information. But on a key thing here was that it routinely had to be filed with the state of California. I think the number was 8000 different entities a year and the opportunity for things to be leaked out. Whether deliberately or not deliberately was so great that a lot of people didn't want to donate to conservative causes because they were afraid if it was leaked out by somebody in the bureaucracy in California, that all of a sudden they'd have protesters at their doorstep of their business, or they'd be cancelled in some way, And so it really did. And I do believe this had a chilling effect. On donors ability to donate. Remember, these were only made your donors. Um, if you donated $50, you would not be disclosed on the form 9 90. That's the I R s form anyway, you had to. I think it's $5000 or A certain percentage of the entities revenue. So this was for larger donors, but nonetheless, it had a killing effect. Talking to William Jacobson, Cornell Law professor. The mind behind legal insurrection dot com. This brings us to the bigger one where the Supreme Court upholds Arizona ballot harvesting restrictions. That's how you wrote in a 63 ruling. The opinion by Samuel Alito. This was all about the Arizona Attorney General Mark Burnett, Bitch and his support of this legislation. What did the Arizona law say? How do you know we can talk about ballot harvesting and and is worthy of definition? And what was the argument that Alito made to this not being in violation of the Voting Rights Act? Well, the what the law did is severely restricted. Who could turn in a ballot for somebody else? And so it basically eliminated all non family members. I'm not sure how much more limited it was. But you could not have the short of operation that ran in the last election cycle and has run another election cycles where you have activists paid activists running around to nursing homes, collecting ballots from people and, of course You don't know if there's pressure reply. You don't know whether they all get turned in. If somebody suspects that the Republican vote because they see the person fill out the form, and they might just tossed the ballot. Also, I mean, that's where a lot of concerns about fraud coming, so this essentially put a stop to that practice, and the argument was From the other side that this would somehow desperately impact non white or minority communities, and therefore it was at a racial motivation and therefore violated the Voting Rights Act because it was was meant to suppress, you know, minority votes, and basically, one of the hero said is one. It doesn't do that on its face and two there's no evidence. That this was racially motivated or would have any to spring impact. And so they, you know, basically said it was a legitimate anti fraud measure that a state can adopt. Now. One of the people who was who voted against this was was Elena Kagan, Justice Kagan. I always find her to be a little more interesting. Let's say a son Sotomayor, because I have never accepted the most rarest instances when they go nine. Nothing. I rarely find Justice Sotomayor to engage in adjudication. Rather, I see her somebody who votes Elena Kagan. I think, actually, even though I may disagree with her on a great number of things actually spends time. It seems to me, um, looking at the merits of the case and one of the things that she stated here and that she descends that this is really chipping away at the pillars of the Voting Rights Act that argument that to allow to not allow ballot harvesting. And to allow states to say, Hey, we've got rules and regulations about voting to ensure as little fraud as possible. And they put this in this category of somehow being bigoted. Is there anything that You see from this type of legislation from the state like Arizona or a state like Georgia or state like Delaware, that nobody is willing to talk about that chips away at the rights of the people, regardless of the color of their skin to vote. No all of these arguments that it's racist or violates the voting Right back Rights Act start from a actually bigoted assumption. The assumption being that you know, non whites have more trouble forgetting it, and I'd non whites have more trouble turning in their ballots. I mean all of the stereotypes negative stereotypes. Our advanced by the people who claim to want to protect those communities, and there's just no evidence of that. There's no evidence of that. And so every eight a facially neutral Restriction on ballot harvesting. It doesn't say you can harvest them, but not in cities. Okay? If you did that, you could say, Well, maybe cities have a higher percentage of minorities, and therefore there's some, you know, biased there or intent there, But this applies everywhere that you, you know, and really what it's meant to do is to do away. With the worst abuses. Now the Democrats don't like it. But for reasons having nothing to do with race, the Democrats have very highly organized ballot harvesting operations in any place that it's Legal, and they also have things that are close to ballot harvesting in places where ballot harvesting is is not legal, So this is that this is just politics here. I mean, you know, Democrats think it's going to hurt their get out the vote, but not but that doesn't make it racist..
Conservative High Court Upholds Arizona Voting Restrictions
"The Supreme Court is up holding voting restrictions in Arizona the vote was six to three the court reversed a decision by a federal appeals court that said the measures disproportionately affect black Hispanic and native American voters in violation of a part of the landmark voting rights act justice Samuel Alito wrote for the conservative majority Arizona's interest in the integrity of elections justified the measures and the changes don't affect minority voters enough to prove a violation of law in a scathing dissent justice Elena Kagan wrote the court has re written in order to weaken a statute that stands as a monument to America's greatness this will set off new calls by Democrats to pass federal voting rights legislation A. Donahue Washington
"samuel alito" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"If you're one of those people that enjoys downplaying the coronavirus keeping black Mark Levin is on the air today on Katie WN. 3 to 6 P.m.. I'm sorry. I had to laugh at that, anyway. Welcome back to the show. If you have been living under a rock, and you don't know what's transpired in the Supreme Court will they dismissed this bid by Texas Attorney General overturned the presidential election results Justice Samuel Alito Jr and Clarence Thomas. They said that the court had the authority to simply reject the state spelling. But they also said they would not have granted Texas the remedy. It's thought in two cases to reach the court, where conservatives by the way hold the 63 majority. No justice has expressed support for the drastic idea of throwing out election results. The Supreme Court really let us down the wisdom, no courage, Trump Tweeted several hours after the court order, even though he appointed three of those judges, it really is. It really is incredible. When you look at some of the tweets out there. I've never been on parlor before, so I shouldn't call it a tweet. But parlor these air some of the Trump cult members. This is what some of them are putting out a social media conservatives. Okay, parlor does not censor conservatives were Twitter does? Well, I'm not a huge fan of partner. I don't like their user interface, so I stick with Twitter. Yeah, I don't really care. Twitter parlor. I don't care. I'm just I'm just stating right now, Some of the idiots out there that are trump supporters and what? They're tweeting out. Trump will not let this stand. There is no way by then will be inaugurated. The enemies of our nation cannot be allowed to take over its government. This is the reason we have a military. Okay? That guy is a buffoon somebody else on part Excuse me on parlor tweets. It's also Las Vegas baseball company business brother started in Las Vegas. No, I mean it could be in Afghanistan. These people that we're putting this out. There are idiots quote. Are we just going to sit back in our lazy boy recliners and whine about this or we going to stand up and take action? It's time. What does that mean? Take action. It's being situated in the courts. Not sure really What That means. Somebody else wrote. If Trump doesn't use the insurrection, this direction at somebody else, writes, declare limited martial law. Succession or civil war is our only hope now. Somebody else writes dams. Wanna play? Let's play a new game. New rules. Ladies and gentlemen, the people that are putting this stuff out on social media that feel this way are complete, effing idiots. Now let me go to some actual audio. That's excess GOP did make a statement about seceding from the union. Ah, couple of a couple of hours after that ruling. Came in, and also the ruling was based on standing. It was not based on marriage, Just like every other lawsuit that has been thrown out has been thrown out using loopholes like leeches based on standing and not merit, which is a real problem during that Rudy Giuliani and team Trump You have 5000 affidavits, sworn affidavits and that'll definitely change the outcome of the election. You got 5000 idiots and after a lot of people were actually working at the polls. And they and they saw things that that could affect hundreds of thousands of votes. So it is a pretty big you seen that. But but Have you seen the complaints? This case? How do you know that this case being dismissed? I read the affidavits bright this this case being this. I've watched the oversight hearings. So you have the evidentiary hearing. There's always praising Donald Trump's gonna win. The elections is Well, I I can tell you that George is gonna win. Georgia is now sending their own. The Republicans are now saying their own set of electors they're gonna have Democrats..
"samuel alito" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"Back to work around four. But I was told via text through one of the other Dominion workers named Samuel. I wasn't needed that they were almost finished counting. Huh? That's interesting. One of the actual poll workers that was supposed to be counting votes was told not to come back. At four in the morning because they were almost finished counting on the morning after the election. That was actual testimony actually given in Michigan yesterday about the actual election, and actually what happened inside. The election counting tabulation center. And what happened. There was so appallingly illegal and against the standards and norms of American elections that people are compelled to speak out. Welcome into a very busy Wednesday friends if you were listening to me in the last hour You heard Gordon Chang confirmed what I first reported yesterday. Dominion voting was purchased by China for the rare price of $400 million. Remember Georgia alone paid nearly 100 million to get it installed at the 11th hour. S O. For the charmed price of only $400 million. China now has controlling interest to the Dominion voting company and had it a month before our election. Kyle Becker is a former producer for Fox News. He is now an independent journalist doing incredible work on Twitter at Kyle and a Becker. Follow him Now, Kyle, welcome back to Kevin McCullough radio. Thank you for having me on again, Kevin. How There's so much to keep track of, and I try to follow you and I try to follow Chanel Reon overdose away in. I try to follow Emerald Robinson on try to follow head Seth and some of the Patriots at Fox. I'm trying to follow everybody that I can every day. But the truth is the mountain of questions and evidence has not in any way been satiated in the last two weeks. In fact, it is only grown in its immensity. Where do we stand from where you sit and what you're looking at right now. Well, I think we're in a very dangerous period right now, where There is a lot of uncertainty. We saw the report that you brought the light before anyone who I saw about staple street on you. B s acting is placement managers and a sizable stake. It seems like all appearances of Chinese companies. Uh, he's 75%. And this this really corresponds with Dominion voting systems having Chinese parts. This is brought up by Democrats in January of 2020. They tried to raise red flags about potential Chinese. Um Intervention in our elections, But you're not seeing the same kind of hysteria about potential Chinese interference in our elections that we did for years about Russia. 0 2016 election. So the hypoxia is breathtaking is you obviously now Well, and the thing is Russia. They had almost no, no, no evidence to go on. And yet they did harp on that for like you said, nearly four years on And here we have actual securities and Exchange Commission paperwork. We know from Democrats on testimonies. You said that they're admitting it that China is admitting it that the Dominion admits it. I cannot believe Kyle with all of the stories that have come out about open connections to the Internet, and now this story, Gordon was just telling me the last hour this, it's likely that China did this in South Korea in 2018 overturned their election, picking the most G friendly candidate of the two that were running Now this is real stuff, and the media is ignoring it. Yeah, And you also brought up the Michigan hearings, which I thought was extremely compelling television and there's no legitimate journalistic reason to black those black those out and not really cover those. We're talking about regular Americans and very bite size. Three minute sharks. Going up one after another, testifying to extremely serious illegal behavior in Wayne County, Michigan. Lot of it very compelling and So there's really no reason for the negligence on the part of the mainstream media, not to at least give Americans Awarded mouth from people who were there. Instead, they pretend that there was there's nothing to see. And that makes it all the more suspicious because regularly If this was happening to Democrats, it would be wall to wall. CNN. It would be MSNBC will be the lead on Rachel Maddow. Um So there it seems to me that they care much more about the Democratic party than they do about America. If they really cared about our election process than they would be wanted T O just in the interest of Joe Biden in the long term to substantiate that it was legitimate and free and fair, which they're failing to do it. We know obviously. So let's talk about some of the stuff that you've been covering over the last 24 hours. The president, by the way, retweeted something of yours and that that got some big news, but There are a number of developments in a number of states. What are you watching most closely right now. Well, Pennsylvania, they had the final emergency submission to T O Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, who is handling the Supreme Court is Supreme Court written Four Pennsylvania, So that is one thing that I really looking at to see if the first and 14th amendment rights of Pennsylvania citizens were deprived by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, dismissing with prejudice, prejudice A lawsuit that was perfectly legitimate, according to even a secondary review. They dismissed it with prejudice. So I'm looking that could be a real headliner because those 20 electoral college votes Crucial for Biden. And then, of course, in Arizona. We're awaiting the state Legislature to submit, uh, a legislation that that could potentially clawback Electoral College votes. The 11 both in Arizona, and either not send them to Joe Biden. Order, send them. Donald Trump. Those two things would really put it on the edge of potentially sending it to the houses. We know the Republicans have the majority of state delegations in the House and could very easily give it to Donald Trump, if it if it gets to that point. So between that Nevada We're looking at 40,000 potential double votes there. That would be significant. And in Wisconsin, a lawsuit 220,000 votes, you know, being disputed because of you know several several unlawful actions on the part of Wisconsin certifying votes that are not That are not legal, Kyle. I mentioned this in the opening of the show today, but I am in coming back to this. It just seems all the more clear to me. You know that The other side argues a lot about this enfranchisement and you here. Some of the Biden surrogates talk about. Well, you know if the courts overturned the certified tallies that they're gonna be disenfranchising people. Well, the way I look at it is if you've got a printing press in the back of the tabulation hall, and you're just dumping hundreds of thousands of votes at 3 A.m. when you've sent all the election officials home and you're counting them. It seems to me those fake ballots. Those counterfeit votes aren't disenfranchise their disenfranchising every legal vote that was cast across those counties. Isn't there an argument to be made that integrity actually helps preserve the quality of the election? Right. And in those automated test decks are very difficult to track and monitor and we need more than just risk limited auditing. We need investigators independent investigators to go in And and really examine the ballot images versus the record. And if we aren't doing that, then there's always gonna be some question of legitimacy and potential disenfranchisement. But of course, we know that Democrats they've been fighting. Election integrity for for years and years against the wishes of the American people. Most Americans, even Democrats have wanted voter ideas for a very long time. They make very manned ations arguments against those they continue to throw a monkey wrench is in the ability of American voters, too..
"samuel alito" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The threat was that if they came back, and there was not 100% compliance with every one of their check boxes that they would close down the church So, um, Pastors need to band together and, um, they're free to call American constitutional rights union, our website or get in touch with us through our website that a cr you that work. We will help them. They have to push back if you don't push back and it was all of your liberties. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito recently said That the covert pandemic had results in a previously unimaginable restrictions on individual individual liberty and religious liberty in particular, is in danger of becoming a second class, right, You have to fight back. You have to put up his think you have to do press trust. Go on the radio, and you have to shame people. Name and shame. You have to front around some sunshine on this and make these people embarrassed for their bad behavior. Pastor Jackman wasn't doing anything wrong. He was alone in his church. There were no service is going on with the Health Department official showed up at a locked door tried to get in. Pastor Jackson jumped up to try to see who was getting in his church. And his citation was simply for showing up at the door trying to check on who was getting in the church with no mask on. That's outrageous and it's time to fight back. Indeed, Pastor Jackman and lawyer Roman from the A C R U thanks for joining us here in the morning, and we'll be in touch. Thank you once again. Traffic and weather on the threes Talk.
"samuel alito" Discussed on AP News
"I'm to McGuire Shelter in place. Oregon and New Mexico are in near lockdowns as a coronavirus surge explodes across the country to Mexico Governor Michelle Do Han Grisham says all non essential businesses will be closed for two weeks. Stay at home, except for on Lee, the most essential trips for health. Safety and welfare. Other governors are not going as far restricting the number of people inside bars, restaurants and other businesses. Crowd size is also being curtailed. Colorado Governor Jared Polish, and I think the country is gonna pass 200,000 cases per day. In the next day or two in Colorado, 6439. Also a record for Colorado. Deaths are also spiking about 1000 per day. At that rate, a quarter million people will have died in the pandemic in the U. S. By sometime next week. The governors of California and Oregon have also issued travel advisories that people entering or returning to the states. Should self quarantine President Trump in his first public appearance since election night talks about his administration's efforts to find a vaccine for the virus. No vaccine has formerly been approved. But the president call work on his development, the single greatest mobilization in U. S history. As soon as April. The vaccine will be available to the entire general population. The president has not conceded the election as he was leaving. A reporter tried to ask him about it. Well, you know, after you heard the subject briefly came up. Whatever happens in the future Who knows Which administration will be? I guess. Time will tell. But I can tell you this administration will not go to a lockdown. President elect Biden has not endorsed a nationwide shutdown. Public health experts worry the president's refusal to coordinate with the Biden team could only worsen the effects of the virus. Ed Donahue, Washington This is AP News The U. S citizenship and Immigration Services doubles the questions to the citizenship test, which could slow down the number of tests, which are given each day. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito raises some concerns about coronavirus restrictions. The pandemic has resulted in previously unimaginable restrictions on individual liberty Elite hotels, a conservative federalist Society. I am not diminishing the severity of the viruses threat to public health. Associate justice says however, such restrictions might be okay given the national emergency caused by the pandemic. Explosion at a Veterans hospital in West Haven, Connecticut. It was a steam line that was being replaced A V A worker and a contractor were killed. Officials say the explosion occurred as they were refilling a steam pipe after some routine maintenance. Three other workers were hurt. I'm to McGuire Pay P news. Eric King threw for 255 yards and a touchdown and he also ran for a score is ninth ranked Miami Rally for 25 24 victory at Virginia Tech. The seven and one Hurricanes rallied from an 11 point third quarter deficit to earn their fourth straight win and stay in contention for a spot in the A C C title game. The Kanes did it by holding the hokey scoreless on their final five possessions. Miami finally went ahead on King's 36 Yard scoring pass to mark Pope with 5 59 remaining the Hurricanes held the Hokies to a season low 160 yards rushing and sack tendon hookers six times. I'm Dave Ferrie, Indiana is for no. After Michael panics Junior threw for 320 yards in the 10th ranked Hoosiers. 24. Nothing shut out of Michigan State at East Lansing. And it's also tossed a pair of first half interceptions, but he threw a pair of scoring passes to tie Fry Fogle, who had 11 receptions for 200 yards, The Hoosiers of four No in the Big 10 for the first time since 1987. Now prepare for a showdown with Ohio State. The Spartans log just nine first downs and 191 total yards. Rocky Lombardi was picked off twice before being pulled in the second quarter. I'm Dave Ferrie. Thank you for listening.