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"scott supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

08:01 min | 2 months ago

"scott supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Hunger and clearly motivated to come in and vote on the only election that would stay wide, which is the school superintendent race. My sense was that these were teachers or friends and family members of teachers, something you can relate to count we had about a 20% turnout. Okay for in April election in my mind still way too low. But Mary mentioned that the union backed candidate did very well, she meant Mary mentioned that there was a lot of youthful voters. There's a couple questions that come to mind. One is Democrats have not won 1 10 of the last 11 statewide races. Is it time to worry for Republican and on top of that, while while the union backed candidate was doing well, DP i race In the local school board races. Conservative candidates were doing really well. Yeah. Start with the second question. I mean, there while still under Lee won the statewide race. There were some significant winds of s the lower level. So representative John JAG, lawyer of Friend of the WTMJ moved up becomes a state senator taking over Scott Fitzgerald district. Ellie Grogan, a big win over incumbent in District two and then some really contentious floorboard races where I think you saw a new level of parent activism. A lot of conservatives engaged on very local issues in their schools. So Uh, absolutely there. There was some enthusiasm for some items after kind of the big statewide thing. Um, I don't know if I would say this race based on kind of GOP turnout problem. I don't think Kir was exactly you know, prototypical Republican or conservative. That said. You're talking about just a 10 of 11 races. I do think there is some evidence that the Republican Party and with Scott's in and across the country, it's kind of increasingly reliant on turning out what you might call it type of Trump voter. Maybe someone who is only very enthusiastic to vote for President Trump but hasn't proven to be all that reliable for Republicans or conservatives at the statewide level. That's going to be something that you can expect them to be almost obsessed with anyone running for statewide in the next 2 to 4 years to interesting races on the doctor's coming up. Obviously, the Johnson seats And the governor's office. Mary, What do you What do you What do you make of the 10 of 11 number? Well, I'm going to tell you see that I couldn't disagree with Colin more to date the Democrats have won. Back the governor's house, the state attorney general State treasure, and they're focusing now on the Ron Johnson Senate race. Which they went with return Wisconsin to that column that has both senators from the same party. In this case, the Democrats. We're in the middle of a process that looks to me anyway. Very much like the Democratic heyday in the state in the sixties and seventies, where Patrick Lucey rule the governor's mansion. Democrats still Proxmire Gaylord Nelson, where the Senate and Congress must ask him lead the congressional delegation. And that process of returning to our state's progressive roots. That usually begins with a huge surge and young people voting and union flexing her muscles. I think we have both of those factors going out in Wisconsin right now to that point, Colin. I mean, what do you think? Is this a re energizing a rebirth of the the powerhouse Democratic Party that we saw that in the Time that Mary quoted there. Yeah, This is the 50 50 state. We know that we've known that every time one side thinks they've kind of got an advantage or got the wind at their back something changes and we're back to a 50 50 states So I would expect Wisconsin to remain purple to remain a very contentious place. With a lot more surprising, and Mary just Steve. If I could go ahead and on that, I think the Republican Party It's fair is I want to be to challenge perspective. They're still trying to find it. Identity not on like what the Democrats were doing the last 15 years. Insurance. The Democrats now have fallen victim to the same thing the Democrats had to go through, which is their identity crisis. And when a political party starts out with a litmus test by asking perspective, members are you liberal enough? A progressive enough for you politically correct enough. Let's litmus tests are fatal to a political party because when a political party starts become nothing more than a fraternity Were during rush week where you're asking all sorts of questions to determine if you could be a good fit for that frat house. You're not only putting limitations on who conjoined your call themselves a Delta II You're also alienating a whole bunch of people who interviewed to become adult if I were rejected, and not so nice ways. Then they form their own fraternity and television and movies. We know that the animal house where everyone's welcome, well, you got a lot in their animal house frat parties. Colin real quick before the break. Is she right? Is this the Trump factor? The Trump affected their fracture, eventual fracture of the Republican Party as she overstated. Uh, listen, there's an element to that. But I think in many ways, the Republican Party is actually a little bit more coalitional with the more diverse elements to it. I think the Democrat Party in many ways, especially the national level is becoming more ideological. More rigid in terms of woke nous for more rigid in terms of litmus tests as well. So I think both parties are enduring that. But when you think about someone like Donald Trump, Yes, he had something about her personality cult in this huge loyalty, but he was not very ideological. Interesting, interesting point. Colin Roth retired Marquis County Judge Mary could match will take a break after the break A One day that really matter when it comes to a important food program in state of Wisconsin federal program and Who's at fault here. We'll discuss with my guests. Adams misses Roth Friday edition here and WTMJ. My guests on Adam's versus Roth and EMS is on vacation. Filling in for him, has retired Marquis County Judge Mary Kun bench. Common Rob in his regular chair. As as usual on Fridays. I will start with you common Roth. Department of Health Services instead of Wisconsin says do two of the ruling by the was set with Scott Supreme Court if they would have waited one day and I'll get to that part of it. The food share program, the members involved would've been able to get increased aid through the month of May. What do you think of this discussion? I blew up both sides on this because I think it just shows and illustrates the lack of communication, real communication, not the talking at each other. But they're talking to on this on this and many of the issues that we Think are important City, Wisconsin. Where do you Where do you see this issue falling in that ground? Well, I don't blame the state. But in court, I don't want the state Supreme Court to be taking in. Consideration these types of items we want to court that sets the rules. We want to court that follows the laws and sure is the branches stay in their lanes. I was about the decision last week was absolutely correct. Um, you know, as to the issue at hand, this was for singing. And, um, it came up when the Legislature attempted to cancel the emergency and they passed a B one. A bill that would have ensured that this Emergency food aid would remain A B one also did a bunch of other things as well, that obviously, Governor Evers didn't light so they vetoed it. And here we are, s O. I think. Yeah, Maybe Both sides have some blame. I think. Given the reality of this situation, I suspect they should be able to get a resolution worked out shortly. And Mary. Well, we've seen other examples. Examples like this one. The two sides can't figure out the details. One side Controlling the Legislature. One side one side residing with the power of the governor's office. Where do you see this? This story? Well, you know, this is a classic example to me anyway of politics at its worst, and you know, the art of politics is the art of compromise, And this generation of leaders simply does not understand that to the detriment of our entire state and come, some could argue to the detriment of the country. You have to compromise that it would be politically expedient. I supposed to blame the Supreme Court, but I just can't do that. I agree with everything..

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"scott supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:31 min | 2 months ago

"scott supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Early rising Erik Millstone who did those got some more news in place of Jean Miller, who's taking a nice, well deserved day off. Jordan is regular chair as producer of the Big Show. My show poll Question. I took a day off yesterday from pole I was still here. Do you think the Wisconsin State Fair will be held this year? Simple question over 100 votes are ready right now, the yeses having at about 68%. I think it will. I know I don't have any background or advanced information, but I'm feeling optimistic about it. Now what that will look like, I guess is the other big question. But right now, a lot of you also optimistic about that. Huge, huge events in in Wisconsin and boy I would love to be out there Broadcasting live because it's the best. It's absolutely best. Always look forward to that. All right news from Wisconsin. A little bit of an issue with timing had to do that with Scott Supreme Court and its impact on the food share program. Yeah, plenty has been made about the Food assistance program. Food share this week alone revealed the state Supreme Court's decision to overturn the governor's mask mandate costing Wisconsin about $50 million per month and federal food Assistance Republicans and turn arguing that Governor Evers could reinstate that funding by issuing a nonbinding mask, mandate or health emergency. Then yesterday, Steve The Journal Sentinel found out that the state had actually failed to send food assistance to tens of thousands of kids who are Food insecure, the paper says the oversight was because the Department of Public Instruction failed to collect the addresses for all students. Men. You've been learning from home this year about 79,000 students. Were effective. What a cluster. Let me make a lot of 1.5 minute speech here. Look, I understand there's always this political back and forth. We have a governor of the State Democrat. We have Ah Legislature led by Republicans on both sides. But on issues like this, we'll set this. The Supreme Court aside a lot of the the rulings they make. They aren't necessarily tied to what the Legislature and the governor are talking about. They have to make a decision based on the law and their opinion. Pro are kinda on the implementation of said laws that set that aside. There's a reason we elect leaders to go toe Madison to go to Washington. See that is to make decisions that for most of us make our lives better quality of life better. This is a no brainer here. And it highlights what I've been talking about for a long time is the lack of communication. Real communication, not the shouting that the you know the tweets at each other, but real communication between Republican leaders in the Legislature and the governor's office figure this out. You could keep blaming each other. It's it's the most empty sided, illogical debates. And I just I'm sick and tired of it. Figure this stuff out. You should understand that the decisions you make in Madison could also have impact on things that happen in Washington, D. C and we're not in a cocoon here. When you're debating these things when you're supposed to be meeting with your Political enemies, which is what the reality is that your Here is on the other side of the aisle because we know that's not what happens. You should be able to least comprehend the decisions you make have long term impacts. These things shouldn't happen. You can keep pointing fingers, but that's lazy. That's not leadership and inmate. It may make your supporters happy doesn't make me happy, and I don't think it makes most Wisconsinites happy. It's lazy leadership stopped doing it. Let's go to cold. It's not much better. There are success in fighting the virus, hitting a hick up for the first time in nearly two months, the state recorded 1000 plus positive test in a single day. Also Thursday, reported 14 deaths that marked the most In a single day in a month increase coinciding with the couple of different factors. One. It's nice outside to communities lifting or relaxing, covert 19 restrictions, and three people just simply more comfortable going out because they're fully or at least partially vaccinated now Milwaukee County emergency management Dr Ben Weston says vaccine numbers Actually, Now we're trending in the wrong direction. First time we saw of substantial down friend in the number of vaccines administered in the county, so we'll certainly wait for lingering data to arrive before making any conclusions there. But This is absolutely not the time to pull back on the number of individuals seeking out or being vaccinated. Despite the challenges Steven kind of the downturn in yesterday's update, Wisconsin still does rank among tops in the country when it comes to the vaccine program. Or the 3.2 Million doses have been given 3.3 million have been allocated. And I think I saw this this morning. One in five Americans are fully vaccinated. One in three have gotten at least one shot. That is incredible. You know, I'm pro vaccine. There are two groups of people. There will be two groups of people at some point when we get a little more to find out who's getting it. Who's not? Those who have been vaccinated are protected. They may get Cove in, but it won't be a serious seriously. Impacting on their health and safety as it would have been without the vaccine and the other side, basically taking their chances, saying all right Bring it on. We'll see what happens to me. That's a risky venture when it comes to the health and safety of you and your family. But that's apparently the mindset of those people. So we will see what happens. The magic number, of course, is that 60 to 70% number so we can get to herd immunity and protective. Percentages that say these people have the vaccine, whether that's going to be something that has to be Redone every year, like the flu flu shot will see. But bottom line is you have an option. You can take your shot. You can gamble with your health and safety.

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"scott supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:36 min | 2 months ago

"scott supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Is Friday. Welcome to the warm up, Steve Might Spalding in for the Early rising Erik Millstone who did those got some more news in place of Jean Miller, which is taking a nice well deserved day off Jordan, his regular chair as producer of the Big Show. My show poll question. I took a day off yesterday from pole I was still here. Do you think the Wisconsin State Fair will be held this year? Simple question over 100 votes are ready right now, the yeses having at about 68%. I think it will. I know I don't have any background or advanced information, but I'm feeling optimistic about it. Now what that will look like, I guess is the other big question. But right now, a lot of you also optimistic about that. Huge, huge events. In in Wisconsin and boy I would love to be out there Broadcasting live because it's the best. It's absolutely best always look forward to that. All right news from Wisconsin. Ah, little bit of an issue with timing had to do that with Scott Supreme Court and its impact on the food share program. Yeah, plenty has been made about the Food assistance program. Food share this week alone revealed the state Supreme Court's decision to overturn the governor's mask mandate costing Wisconsin about $50 million per month and federal food Assistance Republicans and turn arguing that Governor Evers could reinstate that funding by issuing a nonbinding mask, mandate or health emergency. Then yesterday, Steve The Journal Sentinel found out that the state and actually failed to send food assistance to tens of thousands of kids who are Food and secure. The paper says the oversight was because the Department of Public Instruction failed to collect the addresses for all students. Men. You've been learning from home this year about 79,000 students. Were affected. What a cluster. Let me make a lot of 1.5 minute speech here. Look, I understand there's always this political back and forth. We have a governor of the State Democrat. We have Ah Legislature led by Republicans on both sides. But on issues like this We'll set up the Supreme Court aside lot of the the rulings they make. They aren't necessarily tied to what the Legislature and the governor are talking about. They have to make a decision based on the law and their opinion. Pro are kinda on the implementation of said laws that set that aside. There's a reason we elect leaders to go toe Madison to go to Washington. See that is to make decisions that for most of us make our lives better quality of life better. This is a no brainer here. And it highlights what I've been talking about for a long time is the lack of communication. Real communication, not the shouting, Not the you know the tweets at each other with real communication between Republican leaders in the Legislature and the governor's office figure this out. You could keep blaming each other. It's it's the most empty sided, illogical debates. And I just I'm sick and tired of it. Figure this stuff out. You should understand that the decisions you make in Madison could also have impact on things that happen in Washington, D. C and we're not in a cocoon here. When you're debating these things when you're supposed to be meeting with your Political enemies, which is what the reality is that your Here is on the other side of the aisle because we know that's not what happens. You should be able to least comprehend the decisions you make have long term impact. These things shouldn't happen. You can keep pointing fingers, but that's lazy. That's not leadership, and it makes it may make your supporters happy. Doesn't make me happy, and I don't think it makes most Wisconsinites happy. It's lazy leadership stopped doing it. Let's go to covet, Not much better. There are success in fighting the virus, hitting a hick up for the first time in nearly two months, the state recorded 1000 plus positive test in a single day. Also Thursday, reported 14 deaths that marked the most In a single day in a month, the increased coinciding with the couple of different factors. One It's nice outside to communities lifting or relaxing, covert 19 restrictions, and three people just simply more comfortable going out because they're fully or at least partially vaccinated now Milwaukee County emergency management Dr Ben Weston says vaccine numbers Actually, Now we're trending in the wrong direction. First time we saw of substantial down friend in the number of vaccines administered in the county, so we'll certainly wait for lingering data to arrive before making any conclusions there. But This is absolutely not the time to pull back on the number of individuals seeking out or being vaccinated. Despite the challenges Steven kind of the downturn in yesterday's update, Wisconsin still does rank among tops in the country when it comes to the vaccine program. More than 3.2 Million doses have been given 3.3 million have been allocated. And I think I saw this this morning. One in five Americans are fully vaccinated. One in three. I've got at least one shot. That is incredible. You know, I'm pro vaccine. There are two groups of people. There will be two groups of people at some point when we get a little more to find out who's getting it. Who's not? Those who have been vaccinated are protected. They may get Cove in, but it won't be a serious seriously. Impacting on their health and safety as it would have been without the vaccine and the other side, basically taking their chances, saying all right Bring it on. We'll see what happens to me. That's a risky venture when it comes to the health and safety of you and your family. But that's apparently the mindset of those people. So we will see what happens. The magic number, of course, is that 60 to 70% number so we can get to herd immunity and protective. Percentages that say these people have the vaccine, whether that's going to be something that has to be Redone every year, like the flu flu shot will see. But bottom line is you have an option. You can take your shot. You can gamble with your health and safety or.

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"scott supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:23 min | 2 months ago

"scott supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"As producer of the Big Show. My show poll question. I took the day off yesterday from pole I was still here. Do you think the Wisconsin State Fair will be held this year? Simple question over 100 votes are ready. I right now the yeses having at about 68%. I think it will. I know I don't have any background or advanced information. But I'm feeling optimistic about it. Now what that will look like, I guess is the other big question. But right now, a lot of you also optimistic about that. Huge, huge event in in Wisconsin and boy I would love to be out there Broadcasting live because it's the best. It's absolutely best. Always look forward to that. All right news from Wisconsin. A little bit of an issue with timing had to do that with Scott Supreme Court and its impact on the food share program. Yeah, plenty has been made about the Food assistance Program. Food share this week alone revealed the state Supreme Court's decision to overturn the governor's mask mandate, costing Wisconsin about $50 million per month in federal food assistance Republicans and turn arguing that Governor Evers could reinstate that funding by Issuing a nonbinding mask, mandate or health emergency. Then yesterday, Steve The Journal Sentinel found out that the state and actually failed to send food assistance to tens of thousands of kids who are Food and secure. The paper says the oversight was because the Department of Public Instruction failed to collect the addresses for all students. Many have been learning from home this year about 79,000 students. Were effective. What a cluster. Let me make a lot of 1.5 minute speech here. Look, I understand there's always this political back and forth. We have a governor of the State Democrat. We have Ah Legislature led by Republicans on both sides. But on issues like this We'll set this. The Supreme Court aside lot of the the rulings they make. They aren't necessarily tied to what the Legislature and the governor are talking about. They have to make a decision based on the law and their opinion. Pro are kinda on the implementation of said laws that set that aside. There's a reason we elect leaders to go toe Madison to go to Washington see matters to make decisions. That from most of us make our lives better quality of life better. This is a no brainer here and it highlights what I've been talking about. For a long time is the lack of communication. Real communication, not the shouting. Not that you know the tweets at each other. But real communication between Republican leaders in the Legislature and the governor's office figure this out, you can keep blaming each other. It's it's the most empty sided theological debates. And and I just I'm sick and tired of it. Figure this stuff out. You should understand that the decisions you make in Madison could also have impact on things that happen in Washington, D. C and we're not in a cocoon here. When you're debating these things when you're supposed to be meeting with your Political enemies is, which is what the reality is that your Here is on the other side of the aisle because we know that's not what happens. You should be able to least comprehend the decisions you make have long term impacts. These things shouldn't happen and you can keep pointing fingers. But that's lazy. That's not leadership and it may it may make your supporters happy doesn't make me happy, and I don't think it makes most Wisconsinites happy. It's lazy leadership stopped doing it. Let's go to call bit. Not much better. There are success in fighting the virus, hitting a hick up for the first time in nearly two months, the state recorded 1000 plus positive test in a single day. Also Thursday, reported 14 deaths that more of the most In a single day in a month, the increased coinciding with the couple of different factors. One It's nice outside to communities lifting or relaxing, covert 19 restrictions, and three people just simply more comfortable going out. Because they're fully or at least partially vaccinated now. Milwaukee County emergency management Doctor Ben Weston says vaccine numbers Actually, Now we're trending in the wrong direction. First time we saw a substantial down friend. The number of vaccines administered in the county, so we'll certainly wait for lingering data to arrive before making any conclusions there. But this is absolutely not the time to pull back. The number of individuals seeking out or being vaccinated. Despite the challenges Steven kind of the downturn in yesterday's update, Wisconsin still does rank among tops in the country. When it comes to the vaccine program, more than 3.2 million doses have been given 3.3 million have been allocated. And I think I saw this this morning. One in five Americans are fully vaccinated. One in three. I've gotten at least one shot. That is incredible. You know, I'm pro vaccine. That there are two groups of people. There will be two groups of people at some point when we get a little more to find out who's getting it. Who's not those who have been vaccinated are protected. They may get Cove in, but it won't be a serious seriously impacting on their health and safety, as it would have been without the vaccine and the other side, basically taking their chances, saying, all right Bring it on. We'll see what happens to me. That's a risky venture when it comes to the health and safety of you and your family. But that's apparently the mindset of those people. So we will see what happens. The magic number, of course, is that 60 to 70% number so we can get to herd immunity and protective. Percentages that say these people have the vaccine, whether that's going to be something that has to be Redone every year like the flute who shot will see, But bottom line is you have an option. You can take your shot. You can gamble with your health and.

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"scott supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:08 min | 4 months ago

"scott supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Frigid morning. Yeah. So we're up to 10 here at Radio City and on if it's gonna get much higher than that, of course, below zero windshield, So stay warm. Stay in if you if you can and Don't risk your life by driving around for no reason. All right, gentlemen, we have to go to Madison too. And I'm a go with you first. Colin. Obviously a constitutional issue with these orders from the governor, but This back and forth back and forth. They look like My word fools. Yeah. In some ways, this is more of the same. We've had divided government now for two years. They haven't gotten along very well. But I think the issue that the Legislature has identified is a good one. And a really important one. I know people just want to have good outcomes. I know people. Some people just want a mask mandate or don't wanna mask mandates. But what the governor did yesterday in the face of a legislative vote is he provoked a constitutional crisis. Democrats have chided Republicans for weeks. And months and said, If you don't like the emergencies, you can take a vote, and this was even argued before the state Supreme Court by the state's attorney, They said, Well, the Legislature could take a boat. Well, they voted. And even just issued another emergency right in their face. I think this is wrong. I know people don't tend to care about process. But this is bad for our system is going to create a terrible precedent. So I'm hopeful that the Supreme Court steps in and acts let me before Dan jumps. I just wanna go back to you count, so I understand that the process side the constitutional argument. Clearly it's an overstepping overreach and probably will end up in Wisconsin Supreme Court. But here's the thing, Robert, speaking around, boss said yesterday. Wisconsinites don't support a mass mandate. Well, most of the polling suggests they do it in the 60 to 70% range That's on its face is is false. But to the Legislature could do on its own. Many of the things that governor's asking their choosing not to. I think that's that's something we need to talk about that you're very they legal way to do in Africa mandate. There's a couple of legal ways one the Legislature could vote on it The other way is that the governor Governor Evers could do Rulemaking, which is another part of regular order. He could send the rules even issue a rule have a sense of the Legislature, where they have oversight and can mark it up. He has done neither of those things. So I do think. Yes, there's partisan politics that play. Yes, there's polarization that play. Yes, these guys don't get along, but the process does matter. And we need to stand up for the process of doing these things legally. All right, Dan, and I know you've been waiting to jump into this. What do you think? Well, sometimes process doesn't matter. But not in an emergency, You know? Listen, the GOP since February when when this crisis was Developing, basically threw their hands up and wanted to have their cake and eat it, too. They wanted to say, Hey, these shutdowns and mass mandates and all this stuff that we're doing to combat the virus. They're wrong because they infringe on our liberty. And then it's crickets. When when you ask, Okay, well, what's your plan, and they don't want to have a plan because they know within a certain percentage of healthy percentage of their Voters. They don't you know, there's there's covert deniers. Still, there's people who will, you know, put this this vague idea of liberty before any type of substantive. Health measure, and they've just decided that it's not politically feasible to put forward a plan. So in this vacuum Governor Evers was just saying, Hey, let's do the very obvious This is this is, you know, bare minimum. We should be wearing masks in public, and that's what this is. It's a chip shot. It should be a political chip shot. Or the GOP just to go along with On and they just refused to do anything in good faith. So you know he's done this. This is extended these emergency orders. I'm not to, uh, you know, happy that he's doing it. Contrary to what I think is is the statutory language which is pretty clear. He's a leader, acting in a leadership vacuum, and until the GOP steps up and gives some type of plan and actually gets to the negotiating table and acts in good faith, But what the hell else is he going to do? Well, Daniel, the attorney in the room, So where does this this is going with Scott Supreme Court? Any idea what, what they will say? Well, they just say, Look, stop doing this. Stop issuing these orders or will be something different. Yeah, well, at this point, you know it's it is what it is, Like any law. It's just, you know, paper until somebody enforces it. So if someone is prosecuted, or, uh, you know, their business is fined for violating this new order. Well, that would be the proper mechanism to go in and say, Well, this was Um, unconstitutional or against the statutes. But you know that largely this thing is persuasive power. It's basically the governor saying. Come on, guys. You know where your masks the vaccine is coming. The numbers are finally dropping from our January peak. Let's let's go through the end zone and beat the virus on and it's the recalcitrance of the Republicans is just amazing to me, Colin, New order and now in place what's going to play on the next week or so. Well, I mean, we're the Legislature is gonna throw their hands up and say, OK, Supreme Court, You have to decide this and and to be clear. This already is before the state Supreme Court there were or large mints back in November. They have had this in their court. And have been deliberating and a decision could drop it any moment. To be honest, So I assume the Legislature and others may take some action to file some petitions. To urge the court to act in light of this new development, But this is before the Supreme Court there needs there doesn't need to be a new lawsuit. Then before we go to break Does this demonstrate the government? Tony Evers is not really providing the leadership. We need this because in some ways this back and forth is Reflects poorly on any leader..

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"scott supreme court" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:37 min | 6 months ago

"scott supreme court" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Here's some fake news. That is affecting the the conservative side. They think that all we need is one objection from one center, one house member, and then it goes to kneeling to a boat by states where we have an advantage, and President Trump just reluctant. It's not. What happens it's gonna happen is we're gonna retire to our chambers. Bait for two hours, and then every member of the Senate every member of the House votes. And I personally again I told us again on your show. I can't think of a scenario where any Democrat House member is going to vote to disallow any biting electoral. So I think I know how Uh, can you assist going to turn out But that doesn't mean we shouldn't be raised. These issues highlight this for the public so that we can continue to examine it investigation until we get some answers because at a minimum Conservatives. People supported Trump deserve an answer to what happened. Absolutely nothing has there has been no satisfaction. There has been no relief and and by relief. I mean, you're not even allowed. The cases are not even on being allowed to proceed, claiming that the campaigns don't have standing or the campaign, you know files too late in Wisconsin, even though the only way you can file is after an election is completed. You know you You can't even get an airing out of affidavits and evidence that have been collected. I mean, look at the Wisconsin if anyone's read the Wisconsin brief Wisconsin recount It's period full stop. Biden's campaign broke the law in Wisconsin period. There are well over the necessary number of votes in Wisconsin that were cast illegally in Wisconsin to overturn the results of the election. We couldn't even get a hearing before the Wisconsin Supreme Court without it being dismissed by a liberal majority, claiming you filed it too late. So sorry about that. And then you've got judges who are talking down the efforts in public in Wisconsin, so that if you're going to if you're going to Google this, it's gonna look like anybody who filed the complaint is a crackpot. Here's what I want you guys to do, and I know that you're going to fail in the fight, and it's It's a kind of a foregone conclusion. You're going to fail in the fight. It doesn't mean if you don't fight just cause you're gonna fail in the fight. I want to know if your Biden won this election legitimately. I don't think he did. I think this was a rigged election. I think it was crooked from the get go. I think it was crooked and a handful of places in the United States and I want to know if he did not win this election legitimately. How many GOP senators and House members will stand up in demand, he step down or file impeachment proceedings against him. Again. That's my commitment is to continue investigate this. Just as I have the whole Russian collusion, hopes and the corrupt FBI investigation that Hunter Biden I'm going to keep digging this till I satisfy myself and hopefully that'll satisfy other conservatives once once I get the information, but here's my concern. You know it is a federal law. It Anybody that has possession of any any records? Any data balance? Can you do that? Gotta reelection. They have to retain that for 22 months. I heard an allegation. I haven't got this proven. There. Now. Apparently, uh, As evidence impounded as evidence shredded balance. And what I think Fulton County don't again. This is just I've been I've been digging into this stuff full time I've been in conference calls. I've been talking to people, so I'm kind of Oh, my God. Here in terms of things I've just uncovered or heard about the last couple hours last couple days, but that would be a job dropping your elevation revelation, if true. But they're already shredding balance. Now. They said All this is these are battles Hello from, you know elections go. We're just clearing out the ware warehouse. What people tell me is there very Good. It was trying to months are up. They destroy that stuff. So again, we'll have to get to the bottom of it. But my concern is is that evidence maybe being destroyed because again, the people who run these elections. They don't want to get caught. What's the best way of not getting caught? Destroy the evidence. That all I forgot all about didn't know anything about it. I mean, it's amazing how people's memories stayed so quickly. When you start interviewing about things that they did this wrong, so investigations are hard. They're really hard where you have such a cramped time period as you do between election and certification results. That's the problem with Trump Campaign's having well and the problem that they were under o'clock, they wonder a rapidly you know, fast countdown. And when you get delayed or you're told, you don't have standing and evidence that has been gathered, cannot even be presented in the court or the courts or two are quite frankly, too cowardly. You hear these challenges because they don't want any part of it, which is the Wisconsin Supreme Court majority ultimately was too cowardly to want to hear any of these challenges. Then where is the recourse to the American people want to go back to something? The Tom Cotton's objections to what you're doing, Tom Cotton says. Well, it'll undermine the electoral college or, you know, you know, it'll be Congress trying to undo the will of the American people, which was, which was the one that actually just made your jaw hit the floor or that somehow this is going to play right into the hands of the Democrats wanting to federalize the election. I got news for every single Member of Congress. Nobody who voted for Donald Trump Trust these results. Nobody trusts that this election was on the open up Anybody who's been paying any attention that you know to a networker to a news outlet that isn't named ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN in our MSNBC. Thinks there's something seriously wrong and nearly all of us think it was rigged. How do we trust anything going forward in elections? Then that's what I see is unsustainable. That the state of affairs we're here. We just have gone for four years where the other side refused to admit that Donald Trump is president. And here we are four years later. This is our predictable because of this Drive toward mass bait mail in balloting, which which, you know it's Carter. The Carter Baker Commission said that this is really dangerous. But you know this is right for fraud. No. Extensive mail in balloting and that's we have, so no, there's no doubt about that is a huge issue. Of course, these courts they don't they don't want to consider this. They don't want to consider the remedy. That that was a promise. Scott Supreme Court. I understand that what's facing Wisconsin? The wrong doing that we saw? Most the vast enjoy those borders didn't know they would do anything wrong..

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"scott supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:50 min | 11 months ago

"scott supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Kuroda virus. Serge still has the U. S looking to China and other countries for masks another protective gear curing America. Federal Emergency Management Agency administrator Peter Gaynor told the House Homeland Security Committee parts of the country. Seeing surging cases could run into what he called micro shortages pp like same equipment is just as important building aircraft carrier. We need to have that capacity here in the United States. Gator said The country is in a much better place and in March in April, but added, We're not all the woods completely with pee pee. Rachel Sutherland. Fox's Senate Republicans keep working on their version of another round of Corona virus. Economic stimulus at the House on this vote, the Yays and 305 Neza 1 13 passing a bill to remove 10 Confederate statues from the capital and the chief justice who authored the controversial Dredd Scott Supreme Court ruling that didn't allow citizenship for Black Americans and prohibited banning slavery in New U. S territories. There's also concern in Congress about the Department of Veterans Affairs. The Government Accountability Office says a survey of a employee showed 22% of them have dealt with unwanted sexual comments and other harassment. At a House hearing Wednesday. DEA officials say improvements are coming, but they may not be able to implement thumb until 2020 for the top Democrat on the House Veterans Affairs Oversight panel. Congressman Chris Pappas said he's going to produce legislation to speed up the effort and the top Republican Congressman Jack Bergman, said he's appalled to find that the figures show it can take the department about 1100 days to process a sexual harassment complaint in Washington, Jill NATO Looks. NEWS Wall Street down futures up more than 100 the day after the Dow's 165.

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"scott supreme court" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"scott supreme court" Discussed on KTOK

"S looking to China and other countries for masks and other protective gear Curing America. Federal Emergency Management Agency administrator Peter Gaynor told the House Homeland Security Committee parts of the country. Seeing surging cases could run into what he called micro shortages pp like same equipment is just as important building aircraft carrier. We need to have that capacity here in the United States. Gator said The country is in a much better place and in March in April, but added, We're not all the woods completely with pee pee. Rachel Sutherland. Fox's Senate Republicans keep working on their version of another round of Corona virus. Economic stimulus at the House on this vote, the Yays and 30 Neza 1 13 passing a bill to remove 10 Confederate statues from the capital and the chief justice who authored the controversial Dredd Scott Supreme Court ruling that didn't allow citizenship for Black Americans and prohibited banning slavery in New U. S territories. There's also concern in Congress about the Department of Veterans Affairs. The Government Accountability Office says a survey of a employee showed 22% of them have dealt with unwanted sexual comments and other harassment. At a House hearing Wednesday. DEA officials say improvements are coming, but they may not be able to implement thumb until 2020 for the top Democrat on the House Veterans Affairs Oversight panel. Congressman Chris Pappas said he's going to produce legislation to speed up the effort and the top Republican Congressman Jack Bergman, said he's appalled to find that the figures show it can take the department about 1100 days to process a sexual harassment complaint in Washington, Jill NATO Looks. News Wall Street down futures up more than 100 the day after the Dow's 165.

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"scott supreme court" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:53 min | 11 months ago

"scott supreme court" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Still has the U. S looking to China and other countries for masks and other protective gear Curing America. Federal Emergency Management Agency administrator Peter Gaynor told the House Homeland Security Committee parts of the country. Seeing surging cases could run into what he called micro shortages pp like same equipment is just as important building aircraft carrier. We need to have that capacity here in the United States. Gator said The country is in a much better place and in March in April, but added, We're not all the woods completely with pee pee. Rachel Sutherland. Fox's Senate Republicans keep working on their version of another round of Corona virus. Economic stimulus at the House on this vote, the Yays and 30 Neza 1 13 passing a bill to remove 10 Confederate statues from the capital and the chief justice who authored the controversial Dredd Scott Supreme Court ruling that didn't allow citizenship for Black Americans and prohibited banning slavery in New U. S territories. There's also concern in Congress about the Department of Veterans Affairs. The Government Accountability Office says a survey of a employee showed 22% of them have dealt with unwanted sexual comments and other harassment. At a House hearing Wednesday. The officials say improvements are coming, but they may not be able to implement thumb until 2020 for the top Democrat on the House Veterans Affairs Oversight panel. Congressman Chris Pappas said he's going to produce legislation to speed up the effort. And the top Republican Congressman Jack Bergman, said he's appalled to find that the figures show it can take the department about 1100 days to process a sexual harassment complaint in Washington, Jill NATO Looks. News Wall Street down futures up more than 100 the day after the Dow's 165 point game markets overseas, also moving higher. I'm.

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"scott supreme court" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:44 min | 11 months ago

"scott supreme court" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Masks another protective gear Curing America Federal emergency. Miz, with Agency administrator Peter Gaynor told the House Homeland Security Committee. Parts of the country. Seeing surging cases could run into what he called micro shortages. People he likes same equipment is just as important building aircraft carrier We need to have that capacity here in the United States. Gator said The country is in a much better place and in March in April, but added, We're not know the woods completely with pee pee. Rachel Sutherland. Fox's Senate Republicans keep working on their version of another round of Corona virus. Economic stimulus at the House on this vote, the Yays and 305 A maze of 1 13 passing a bill to remove 10 Confederate statues from the capital and the chief justice who authored the controversial Dredd Scott Supreme Court ruling that didn't allow citizenship for Black Americans and prohibited banning slavery in New U. S territories. There's also concern in Congress about the Department of Veterans Affairs. The Government Accountability Office says a survey of a employee showed 22% of them have dealt with unwanted sexual comments and other harassment. At a House hearing Wednesday. DEA officials say improvements are coming, but they may not be able to implement thumb until 2020 for the top Democrat on the House Veterans Affairs Oversight panel. Congressman Chris Papa said he's going to produce legislation to speed up the effort and the top Republican Congressman Jack Bergman, said he's appalled to find that the figures show it can take the department about 1100 days to process a sexual harassment complaint in Washington, Jill NATO Oakes News Wall Street Down futures up more than 100 the day after the Dow's.

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"scott supreme court" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:50 min | 11 months ago

"scott supreme court" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Still has the U. S looking to China and other countries for masks another protective gear curing America. Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Peter Gaynor told the House Homeland Security Committee parts of the country. Seeing surging cases could run into what he called micro shortages. People he likes same equipment is just as important building aircraft carrier We need to have that capacity here in the United States. Gator said The country is in a much better place and in March in April, but added more not tell the woods completely with pee pee. Rachel Sutherland. Fox's Senate Republicans keep working on their version of another round of Corona virus. Economic stimulus at the House on this vote, the Yays and 30 The nays are 1 13 passing a bill to remove 10 Confederate statues from the capital and the chief justice who authored the controversial Dredd Scott Supreme Court ruling that didn't allow citizenship for Black Americans and prohibited banning slavery in New U. S territories. There's also concern in Congress about the Department of Veterans Affairs. The Government Accountability Office says a survey of a employees show 22% of them have dealt with unwanted sexual comments and other harassment. And a house hearing Wednesday. DEA officials say improvements are coming, but they may not be able to implement thumb until 2020 for the top Democrat on the House Veterans Affairs Oversight panel. Congressman Chris Pappas said he's going to produce legislation to speed up the effort. And the top Republican Congressman Jack Bergman, said he's appalled to find that the figures show it can take the department about 1100 days to process a sexual harassment complaint in Washington, Jill NATO Looks. News Wall Street down futures up more than 100 the day after the Dow's 165 point game markets.

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"scott supreme court" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:14 min | 11 months ago

"scott supreme court" Discussed on WTVN

"To this game. Governor Mike DeWine issued a statement yesterday asking Householder to step down after his arrest. The minority part in the chamber, also calling on householder to resign today as well. The city of Columbus is updating the status of an independent review of the Police department's response to the Black lives matter. Protests in May in June and within the city. Many protesters alleged that police were using excessive force during the unrest. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer says today's vote on removing Confederate statues from the U. S. Capitol building is long overdue. These statues must be Relegated to the dark places. Of a shameful stain on our history. He specifically highlighted the buster former chief justice. Brooke Robert Tani, which will be removed under the bill Tony authored the dread Scott Supreme Court decision declaring that African Americans cannot be U. S citizens. The Ohio Department of Health is reporting There's been an increase in hospitalizations and over 1000 new cases of Cove in 19 yesterday. Over 1000 and 11 new cases reported as well as 30 new deaths and 126 new hospitalizations statewide since March that bumps the total to over 77,215 positive cases of the virus around Ohio Radio 6 10 W TVN Sports crew Last night, completing group playing, the analyst is back tournament with a perfect three record. Thanks to a one Nothing showed out of Atlanta. The crew begin knockout round play next Tuesday. A baseball returns Friday and Indians play by play Man Tom Hamilton on with Joel Riley this morning because of Kobe, 19 Hamilton this season will not travel. He'll call game's starting with tonight's exhibition game against Pittsburgh in studio while watching a monitor. I'm more nervous about tonight's game, then I can think of a game in a long, long time, because I don't know. I've never had to do a game that way. Indians open the season for really Friday against Kansas City Reds. Also open Friday against Detroit. Mata Koivu's radio 6 10 w TVs snooze, a service of Legacy Retirement group. I'm Allison Wiant..

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"scott supreme court" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

12:24 min | 1 year ago

"scott supreme court" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"A bunch of other people in a row. Also but you know. I have my hanger open. That'd be working on the airplane or something like that and they crank up and I'm like guys and they will just blow all this crap in the door I had to. I had to stop everything I was doing and go close the door And it was just a mess so and that was just one helicopter. Yeah I remember. I only visited your hanger there once and I think you showed me. You pointed to where that it was not our way. I'm sure colorful language was involved. It was I wanNA go. I don't exactly remember but I do remember you. Being troubled by. That's for sure troubled. That's the right word for trouble trouble troubled and David you ever get blown away by by stuff. Anne and I were leaving taxiing toward the runway. Kansas City International. I believe it was going to be one eight or one nine right and I had my head down in setting frequency and looked up and there was a seven thirty seven stopped in front of an. I was closer than I should have been. And when he gave his seven captain gave enough thrust for that airplane to move. Meyer plane moved and got the The starboard wheel truck off the ground From the jet blast and I wasn't sure that I had enough aileron power to keep it from going all the way over and we scooted backward about four or five feet and then he started to move onto the runway and always good again but it scared the bejesus out of both of us. It was night and hard to judge distance with the belly. Strobe on that airplane going off all the time but it was my fault for having my head down changing frequency instead of paying attention to where I was taxing so live and learn never happened to get. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Be careful when you're doing your own. You know what's going on behind you and you might be more powerful than you realize. This is an interesting items here. Dave Jeb Spurs. So this I I'm we've all seen these posters. The second one in the story is a little bit more familiar to me but the first one is kind of interesting. So this is a Vintage POSTER I don't know if it's actually from those days but it's a recreate. Sorry I moved away from the microphone so I can look closely at the picture. It's labeled the Nineteen nineteen. Us Army Air Service flying regulations. And it's a list of twenty seven things that pilots shoe mostly should not but should and should not do And Jeb you. What's your favorite? Which is one that catches your attention. I I'm not sure I mean they're all one there isn't isn't there one. Stay in the middle of the air in here was my reaction to this story so first of all I I in nineteen nineteen is a significant date relative to today by the way in in these pandemic times. Sure all right nine hundred nineteen was in one thousand nine hundred thousand nine thousand nineteen was when the big flu pandemic happened and I actually read through this list wondering if there might be something in the list related to flying when you're sick or something and there's not so there's no relationship there coincidence but then I read through the list and I was really surprised impressed to see how many of these things art still advice today. Almost literally things that they'll teach you now things like don't taxi faster than you can. Walk is one of the things in here. let's see now here in. Cape referring to the airplane as the machine which is just sort of a thing from back in the day. Don't take the machine into the air unless you are satisfied. It will fly all right Never leave the ground with the motor leaking all right. Don't turn sharply when taxiing instead of turning short tail. We'll drag till draggers in taking off. Look at the ground and the Air John. That's interesting piece of advice. I think Never get out of the machine with the motor running until the pilot relieving. You can reach the engine controls to this day. That's really good advice. Pallets should carry handke's in the handy position to wipe off goggles which they're always good advice. But you know maybe not so much these days maybe maybe call it something other than a Hanky. Well yeah okay. As I mentioned early no man must taxi faster than a man can walk of course was a different age. Will we might replace that with person these days. But you get the idea Do not trust an altitude instrument. Okay you know. Certainly keep your scan going so you know whether this mismatch. Let's see now learn to gauge altitude especially on landing. If you see another machine near you get out of. It's way not to gadgets. Should ever ride together when it no no. I'm sorry JEB. This is to your point. I recorded you on this. Many Times. Inherit his right now. Phrased a little differently. No two cadets should ever ride together in the same machine what does that. You'd like to say You know what I'm talking about. You said the only thing more dangerous than up aircraft with one pilot is an aircraft with. Yeah never run the motor so that its blast will blow on another machine that and right arm before you begin a landing glide see that no machines are under you flying against the wind. I'm trying to. I'm trying to read every single one of them here. Don't attempt it's kind of hard and read here. Donut attempt to force machines onto the ground with more than flying speed. The result is bouncing and ricocheting. That's true today ricocheting. Yeah terminology is interesting. But yeah and JEB. Seemed to be tickled by Aviators will not wear spurs while flying. Right which was number twenty two on the. Don't do list. Yeah I know right you know. Don't use aeronautical gas in cars and motorcycles never. I don't quite understand this one but I guess it was a different age. Never take a machine into the air until you are familiar with its controls and instruments. Well yeah all right If an emergency occurs while flying land as soon as possible they go. You know Stretch it is advisable to carry a good pair of pliers in a position where both pilot and passenger can reach them in case of an accident and I skipped over one that I liked that I cannot. I can't find it but it basically said if you have an engine failure on takeoff it says land straight ahead regardless of obstacles. Yeah yeah so regardless about well. Yeah I was always taught you gotta land straight ahead but but don't hit anything that's the key hitting long fly. The airplane no serious advice I this is is is fly the airplane all the way till it stops moving and try not to hit anything and you probably survive. I think that was the now. I'll think of his name. Bob Hoover. He said like that all right. I believe that. Sure fly through the crash through the fly all the way through the accident or something. Okay there you go sure that that. prohibition against Spurs ahead a brief respite in the late forties and early fifties with the first two few generations of ejection seats because they had a couple of I forget which service it may not have even been. Us BUT COUPLE OF PILOTS WHO PUNCHED OUT. Well survived the ejection but landed with no feet. Okay because the force of the Ballistic charge on the ejection seat caused their legs to flat board as the seats. Coming up and the bottom of the instrument panel would catch on their feet and take them off at the ankles so pilots took to wearing hours so that they could hook their boots on the front rail of the ejection seat before they go handle. So you're saying the spurs prevented you from being injured in that way. Yup Okay then. They got better injection seats. And the Prohibition Against Spurs came back. Sure all right well anyways interesting list Lincoln. The show notes for people who can who want to take a look at the list and the article. It's part of a larger article in in. Ge News has a bunch of are a handful anyways of this kind of antiquities antique old sign edge and pictures and and whatnot cool interesting stuff anything else to add not to know after reading this. I feel comfortable selling my collection of Spurs. I know you know it'd be different reasons. You hang onto it bit a podcast business here. I just wanted to sort of update people on something So this this is episode number. Four hundred ninety seven which means we've got three more to go before we would theoretically hit episode five hundred. We have for months now. Been planning to do something very special for episode five hundred probably to produce some sort of elaborate celebration episode About episode five hundred and about the history of the podcast. And you know where we've been and where we've come from where we're going and all that kind of thing but but the virus has and more specifically the fact that because of the virus. We're not getting together down in Florida Or we didn't we would have done it last week because we didn't get together. Kinda MESSED UP. All the plans we had for producing the special episode And and rather than do something minimalist and kind of less interesting and exciting We've sort of made a decision here. And the decision here is that We're GONNA postpone episode five hundred because you can do that these days. I now we will eventually do some sort of fun episode marking this. This this kind of fun. Big Milestone But we're going to pretend like it hasn't happened yet. The podcast is going to go on. We're not gonNA stop doing the PODCAST But for now episode. Five hundred is postponed and In the remaining couple of episodes Up through four nine. We'll talk a little bit more about how this is all GonNa play out but But anybody who might have been expecting. We're looking forward to or or whatever episode five hundred. It's going to be delayed. Hopefully in some sort of fun creative way but time will tell so. That's that's my little bit of podcast. Business here Scott Supreme Court. This is the United States Supreme Court. Right David yes sure they did a nice thing for aviation. I'm not really in the mood to discuss the Supreme Court. Yeah I know really all right. Okay they they did though apparently Do something I don't know if they actually made a decision where they are..

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"scott supreme court" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

11:58 min | 1 year ago

"scott supreme court" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"In Eighteen fifty-eight Senator Stephen. Douglas found himself in an untenable position. He argued that the residents in any. US territories should decide for themselves whether to permit or prohibit slavery. This idea known as popular sovereignty went against the platform of President President James Buchanan and the Democratic Party but Douglas didn't back down. He directly challenged his party and his president by refusing to ratify the Kansas. Just lecomte constitution in early eighteen fifty-eight although most Kansas territory residents opposed slavery and minority of Pro Slavery. Settlers gathered in Lecomte and wrote a pro slavery state constitution and applied for statehood. Buchanan backed the road constitution hoping to appease southern Democrats by admitting yet another slave state but this document clearly violated Douglas Popular Sovereignty Principles. He said I cared. Not whether slavery was voted up or down but the decision was not the act and deed of the people of Kansas and did not embody there will so douglas voted against the Lecomte and constitution. This earned him points with his constituents in Illinois but not with Democratic Party leaders summoned. The newly founded. Republican Party thought. The Douglas was making a move to join there. Nathan faction Abraham. Lincoln believed that the rift between Douglas and the Democrats was only temporary. He said clearly he is not now with us. He does not pretend to be he does not promise to ever be but Republican Party leaders believed it was time to oust Douglas from his powerful Senate seat while his back was against the wall with the Democrats. What's in June eighteen fifty eight Republican Illinois state delegates officially selected Abraham Lincoln as their candidate to challenge Douglas in the Senate race? Lincoln accepted the nomination. On the evening of June sixteenth. He declared the Douglas's principle of popular sovereignty agitated the slavery issue and set the nation on a course is for war. He said in my opinion it will not cease until a crisis shall have been reached and passed the house. Divided against itself cannot stand. I I believe this government cannot endure permanently half slave and half free. I do not expect the house to fall. Would I do not expect. It will cease to be divided. It will become all one thing or all the other. Lincoln's famed a house divided speech kicked off the race for the coveted Illinois Senate race. That was almost entirely focused on slavery. It's the afternoon of August. Twenty seventh eighteen fifty-eight in Freeport. Eleanor Abraham Lincoln stands at the front of a wooden platform. Douglas the debate moderators and a stenographer. Sit behind him. Lincoln looks at the fifteen thousand thousand. People have gathered to hear the second debate between Douglas and himself. Lincoln addresses the crowd fellow citizens on Saturday last. Douglas Myself I I matt in public discussion. I now propose that I will answer his interrogatory on condition that he will answer questions for me. Lincoln looks over his shoulder at Douglas who shifts in his seat but he doesn't say a word so Lincoln presses on Douglas remained silent. I now proceed to ask the judge the interrogatory so far whereas I frame them Lincoln pulls from his pocket a piece of paper with several questions. Grills Douglas can the people of the United States territory in any lawful for way exclude slavery from its limits prior to the formation of a state constitution. Lincoln doesn't wait for Douglas. Answer though he keeps going if the Supreme Court shall decide that States cannot exclude slavery from their limits. Will you follow their decision. Lincoln is becoming more energetic. As he builds also the main thrust of his argument he answers his own question. Douglas claims that the people of a territory should have the power to exclude slavery. If they see fit but he voted down a bill which would guarantee that right. He left room thereby for this dread Scott decision which goes very far to make slavery national throughout the United States. Lincoln finally yields. The floor gives Douglas a chance to answer. Frown Jeers Democratic debate or stands. I answering that. In my opinion matters. Not what. The Supreme Court May Design as the abstract question whether slavery may or may not go into a territory. Douglas's referring to the same Supreme Court decision. Fred Scott v Sanford. The eighteen fifty seven ruin said that slave owners have the right to take their slave property into any US territory and citizens in a territory cannot lawfully prohibit slavery. Douglas preaches to the crowd a familiar theme for him popular sovereignty. The people have add the lawful means to introduce it or exclude it as they please. Slavery cannot exist a day or an hour anywhere unless it is supported by local police regulations hence no matter what the decision of the Supreme Court may be on that abstract question still the right of the people to make slave territory or a free territory is perfect and complete. Finally Douglas Turns and Lincoln and answers his question directly as to whether or not the Supreme Court shall decide to prevent states from banning slavery. Such a thought is ridiculous. The Supreme Court will never invade the sovereignty of the states. It would be an act of treason that no man on the bench could ever descend to but just then a heckler from the crown calls out the dread Scott Decision before it was passed. Douglas ignores this uncomfortable. counterargument deflect launches an attack on Lincoln. Mr Lincoln's house divided speech. He tells you the Union cannot exist unless the states are all free or all slave he tells you that he is opposed to making them all slave and hands. He is four making them all free. I ask you that is fair. Dealing Lincoln stands to defend himself he removes his cloak and hands it to a nearby debate. Organizer Leans in close and says says here hold my clothes while I stone Stephen. Lincoln spoke for thirty minutes rebutting rebutting Douglas's attack soon after the Freeport debate came to an end but Douglas's strong arguments for popular sovereignty. Would live on coming to be known as the Freeport doctor. This doctrine would become the backbone of Douglas's campaign in the election of eighteen sixty and his greatest weapon against Abraham Lincoln that debate debate at Freeport Illinois was the second of Seven Lincoln. Douglas debates in June eighteen fifty eight at the outset of his campaign for the contested Illinois. Senate City Lincoln asked Douglas to participate in a series of public discussions to be held all over the state. It was a brilliant idea. Gave Lincoln a chance to expound on his platform the pointing out the weaknesses in Douglas Position. But it also gave Douglas the opportunity to do the same to Lincoln Stephen. Douglas as the incumbent. Senator had a national reputation but Lincoln made a fierce competitor on hearing of Lincoln's nomination. Douglas told a political ally. I still have my hands full so douglas agreed to publicly debate. Lincoln in an effort to wrongfoot the Republican candidate and strengthened his own position. The debate started at Ottawa Illinois on August twenty first eighteen fifty eight a mere ten weeks before the November second election thousands of people clogged the streets in the small central Illinois town to hear them speak Douglas. Bliss began the debate with a forceful accusation against Lincoln and the Republicans. Douglas claim that Lincoln and the Republican Party leadership and lured away former whigs and Democrats Democrats into an abolition party under the main and disguise of a Republican Party for eighteen fifty eight. This was a serious accusation. Most Americans whether Republican in order were not abolitionists. ABOLITIONISTS were extremists of their day advocating for the ending of slavery and allowing former slaves to integrate into white white American society a radical view for the time their position went against racist views held by the majority of Americans and by painting. Lincoln as an abolitionist. Douglas Undercut Lincoln standing as moderate. Douglas also made sure to distance himself from the abolitionist camp. He firmly declared. I believe this government was made eight by white men for the benefit of white men and their posterity forever and I am in favour of confining citizenship. Two white men men of European birth and descent and instead of conferring upon Negroes. This argument appeal to most Americans who whether they agreed with slavery or not did not want to extend citizenship or voting voting rights to free blacks in response to Douglas's arguments. Lincoln took a more moderate position. He did not support abolition but argued for containing slavery due to the states where it already existed Lincoln like many Republicans. Believe this containment would slowly kill slavery. Lincoln also argued against Douglas's claim claim that the constitution was for white men and their posterity. He said Douglas is blowing out the moral lights around us. The authors of the Declaration of independence did not mean to assert the obvious untruth that all were then actually enjoying that equality. They meant to set up a standard maximum for free society which should be constantly constantly look to augmenting the value of life to all people of all colors everywhere across the next six six debates. Both Douglas and Lincoln laid out their positions on slavery and its expansion. Lincoln often stumbled on. His words spoke slowly and failed to sway the crowd to who aside the little giant. Douglas took advantage of this and argued strongly for his Freeport doctrine. Douglas claim that Western settlers could skirt around the dread Scott Supreme Court ruling by not enacting or enforcing any legal protections for slavery in their territory. This appeal to many Illinois voters but at their last meeting. In in Alton on October Fifteenth Eighteen Fifty Eight Lincoln made a final argument against slavery. He asserted Republicans look upon slavery as being a moral social real political wrong and while they contemplated us such they nevertheless have due regard for its actual existence among us it having due regard for these they desire Zaire to make provision that it shall grow larger crowded Alton burst into applause and after the applause. Die Down Lincoln. Got To the crux of the matter. Telling the crowd is the same spirit. That says you work and toil and earned bread and I'll eat it no matter in what shape it comes. Whether from the mouth of a king who cease to bestride the people of his own nation live by the fruits of their labor or from one race of men as an apology enslaving. Another race is the same tyrannical Michael Principal. Lincoln's message was clear. Slavery is immoral wrong but the question was left to the Illinois who cast their ballots on a cold. Rainy November. Second Eighteen fifty-eight but they didn't vote directly for Lincoln or Douglas. The people elected state legislators and those legislators voted for senator. You're in the end. Republicans won a majority of the statewide popular vote but Democrats won a majority of seats in Illinois state legislature and those state representatives resentatives chose a fellow democratic man to represent them in Washington. Stephen Douglas Lincoln was disappointed what he told a friend. I'm glad I made lake race. Gave me a hearing on the great endurable question of the age. Douglas had won the senatorial battle but Lincoln knew that another blow up was coming. I mean he was determined to be Douglas. In the presidential contest of eighteen..

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"scott supreme court" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"scott supreme court" Discussed on 710 WOR

"R. tonight with Joe concha six till nine weeknights on seven ten W. I heart radio station we have forty three degrees with rain at one o'clock good afternoon I'm Steve greenfield and former mayor Michael Bloomberg is in mourning former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg announcing he's in the race for president screen reader problem solver for president and I approve this message dropping more than thirty seven million dollars on a TV ad campaign the largest in the twenty twenty campaign cycle so far though that that they could go up today will air in several key states about ten weeks before the first vote is cast there's a B. C.'s Rachel Scott Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been released from the hospital of course spokesperson says of the eighty six year old justice is resting at home and she is doing well police are investigating how a man died on the seven train tracks said Queensborough plaza it happened Friday night on the southbound side investigators believe the team may have been trained surfing when he was killed a water main break causing flooding in sunset park happened early this morning about three o'clock near forty fourth street and Fifth Avenue in Brooklyn we have the department of environmental protection the NYPD and the FDNY all investigating an off duty NYPD officer recovering from injuries after being attacked in a road rage incident in queens early Saturday morning here's a choke Bala it happened just before five AM in Astoria near thirty Sixth Avenue and thirty eighth street after a minor incident officials say the driver of the other car a red Mercedes slash the sergeant in the face before fleeing the scene police are searching for the suspect a stroke Bala W. O. R. nude and the search is on for a man accused of groping a minimum of three women within one hour of each other Thursday night in the vicinity of Bartow Avenue in baby Chester Avenue in the Bronx the news is brought to you by doctor leader men's radiosurgery New York call two one two choices for more information listen to doctor Lieberman's radiosurgery show coming up next year and seven ten W. O. R. in sports the jets will take on the raiders this afternoon the giants are in Chicago on the field against the bears W. all our weather channel forecast will be windy through this afternoon with rain exiting the hide your forty eight degrees tonight's breaks in the clouds of the low dropping to thirty eight a sunny Monday tomorrow expect a high you're fifty one sunny warmer Tuesday with a high climb you fifty six showers will develop Wednesday the clearing a color behind a funny to thanksgiving I'm meteorologist Jeff Marnix news at two o'clock breaking news at once start your day with Welland Berman and Michael relive the morning six to ten tomorrow I'm Steve greenfield at seven ten W. O. R. N. B. C. news radio station the following is a paid program W. O. R. is airing of this program constitutes neither an endorsement of the products offered for the ideas expressed for cancer treatment most prefer effective non invasive well tolerated outpatient therapy that's doctor liederman the radiosurgery pioneers goal to doctor liederman is first in America first in New York first for you with body radiosurgery Dr Lieberman hits your cancer with no cutting no bleeding doctor Lieberman has decades of experience.

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"scott supreme court" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

08:35 min | 2 years ago

"scott supreme court" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"This department is saying, Mcgann can't testify because it has nothing to do with the legitimate legislative purpose while the constitution makes it very clear that impeachment is a legitimate purpose of congress. So if congress. So if the judiciary committee opens impeachment hearing. And they say okay, Don, Mcgann you have to come and testify. And Mcgann still refuses to testify then they go to the courts, right? Magana and Trump refusing to against refusing to testify Trump's this refusing to turn over documents. Just like Nixon initially refused to turn over the White House tapes said, Nope, that's privileged. So then it goes to the courts. In fact, right now, Trump's taxes are going to the DC circuit court, the chief judge there has Merrick garland. This is going to be interesting, but anyhow goes to the courts, and it works its way all the way up to the supreme court and supreme court says to the president just like they did with Nixon. You've gotta let Mcgann testify, this isn't impeachment hearing, you can't say, no. And so congress holds a hearing. And Mcgann doesn't show up. So congress now has a legal court order from the supreme court saying Mcgann asked to testify, they send that legal court order over to the White House and say, you must use your police powers to transport Mcgann to congress and have him testify. Right us. The secret service use a capital police use the military use whatever you want. You've got all the police powers. And the guy who had enforced that would be the head of the Justice department because that's where all the police powers are right. And that's Bill bar and Bill Barr says as by the way, there's a precedent for this, as Andrew Jackson said twice during his presidency once where the trail of tears, when the supreme court ruled against him and said, you must stop the trail of tears. And he said, tough luck said Roger Tanny has made his decision. Let him enforce it. Roger twenty at the time was the chief Justice of the supreme court. And he did the trail tears. Anyway. He completely ignored the supreme court because the supreme court has no power to enforce their actions. And then the supreme court again ruled that Andrew Jackson couldn't end the second Bank of the United States. And Jackson said, I'm going to do it and he pulled the charter on the second Bank in the second Bank shutdown. And we slid into the worst deepest and longest depression in the history of the United States because Andrew Jackson defied the supreme court, but he just said, I'm not gonna do it. So congress holds the hearings. They submit the lawful court order from the supreme court to the executive branch Trump gives it to Bill bar. Bill Barr says, I'm not gonna force began to testify in congress sitting there on their thumbs. And Trump says to congress says to Jerry Nadler, okay, enforce your decision. Good luck, which is essentially what he's been saying all along. So then congress issues, a contempt citation. And says. You know, Don Mcgann has to go to jail, if he won't come and testify, the contempt citation goes to the courts, it goes all the way up to the supreme court. The courts spring court says, Yep. Don Mcgann, contempt of congress. Throw him in jail. They say that to the president to the executive branch. Hey, it's your brand. She worked. He worked for you. He's refusing to testify under orders so you have to put him in one of our jails. We got all kinds of federal prisons, the president runs. Those. And the president says no, I'm not going to do it. What do we do? I mean at that point have we become fully a full blown strongman forum government. Have we lost our democracy? See the simple fact of the matter is, as I point out in this article that as I said is all over the internet right now. Is that congress and the courts really do not have the power to enforce their own laws that congress makes a ruling that the courts make the only agency that can enforce those that can use the power. The literal force power of government. The power to use handcuffs and guns and jail cells. The only branch that has that power is the executive branch, the article to branch. And if they refused to use that power. What do we do? Now they have refused to use that power in the past. This happened, you know, Harriet Myers was supposed to testify before congress. When George W Bush was president, he said, no, she's not going to testify. They took it to court. The court said, yes, she has to testify. Bush ignored it that term of congress expires expired. It expires every two two years. And this current term of congress will expire at the end of twenty twenty next year. And when that term of congress expired their order expired. Their demand that Mary Myers common testify. And so it became moot. Trump one, excuse me. Bush one. Same thing happened in the fast and furious investigation where Eric Holder testified before congress seven times turned over hundreds of thousands of documents and congress still wanted him to come back and at that point, he was like, okay, this is just harassment from the Republicans in congress. I'm not going to do it. They held him in contempt. The court sustained it. But by that time a new congress had been installed in the old stuff was gone. So have we, you know, it's like we've been on this road for a while. Getting here. But if this becomes totally now you want to take this step farther. A step even more extreme. The president refuses Trump refuses to, to allow again to testify and it could be anybody, by the way, I'm using again. And just just an example, refused, turnovers tax returns. Pick your pick your pick your poison as it were Trump refuses to do it the supreme court orders. It Trump says. No, I ain't gonna do it. So the congress okay we're going to impeach you for that. That was three of the Nixon impeachment says that he defied subpoena. And so they hold hearings, and they impeach him in the house of representatives, and it goes to the Senate. Let's say at this point. It's so obvious what Trump is doing. And it's so disgusting. It's so horrifying. That a couple of dozen Republicans in the Senate say, okay, we're with you. And they convict him in the Senate and say, sorry you gotta leave office. And Trump at that point, says, I'm not going. And he turns to his own military and says you guys with me or not. What happens? I mean, the last time something close to that last scenario that I just described happened. Was when ABRAHAM LINCOLN refused to enforce the supreme court order by Roger, Tony, again, the chief Justice at the supreme court in dread Scott. Dread Scott supreme court in the dread. Scott decision said that black, people are slaves everywhere in the United States, not just sliced property. And Brahim Lincoln became president. He said, I am not going to enforce that supreme court decision. And a bunch of people in the south said, well, if you're not gonna enforce that decision. Then we're not going to go along with you, a bunch of the military in the south the southern states themselves, they each every state has a militias called a national guard. Now they were called militias back then it's the same thing. And the state militias and the state governments in Virginia. North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia. Within a month or so of ABRAHAM LINCOLN becoming president,.

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"scott supreme court" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

11:23 min | 2 years ago

"scott supreme court" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Election, sir. Thank you so much for joining me. Do appreciate it, Dan. How you doing? I'm doing great. So how about you your thoughts on this state supreme court election? It's crucial. You said important. I mean, it's absolutely crucial. And that was so crucial about as I we have to we have to retain those guys. Scream corn terms were conservative majority of judges judicial activists. They don't overturn the progress that governor Walker and state let's say made over the last eight years. But you know, this religious litmus test that Democrats liberal progressives are attaching to conservative judges is is really awful. I remember Dianne Feinstein in the confirmation hearings for the seventh circuit for Amy Barrett where she said the dogma lives loudly within you. I mean, most people say, well, she she has strong faith and she lives in that'd be a complement to disqualifying factor apparently for for Liberal Democrats. And that's exactly trying to do Brian Hagedorn as well. He's he's a really fine. Good, man. His I've traveled all the state pretty much the same circuit. He's worked tirelessly with he and his wife Christine, and and I've seen his lovely children. Just a fabulous family. Yeah. Yeah. There family of faith in and we're gonna Delap is going to try and disqualify somebody because they have strong faith. We cannot let that happen. So I'm just begging all of your listeners. Now, we go out and vote, but make sure you take about ten or one hundred people with you talked call up everybody, you know, let them know how crucial this this race is get out there and vote on on Tuesday. We just have to win the supreme court race, Brian Hagedorn. We can't let we cannot let we Neubauer and the left defeat a really good person. Yeah. I I watch those ads refers to. Yeah. She wants impartial court. No. She doesn't should be a liberal activist overturn things heartbeat. Just like that Dane county. Judge did with the what what state legislator did the lame duck, duly elected legislator by duly elected governor. And then one judge when elected Justice now, you can't do. Yes, you can. And it'll take Russkoe supreme court uphold that legislative session. And this is the fundamental problem with this level of judicial activism, and these quite frankly lifelong Democratic Party ties for Lisa Neubauer. We've already determined Senator. I had an exclusive report that she sat on one hundred one cases in which a client of her husband and her family business. Crohn's inc. Was one of the parties in seventy nine of those cases, she ruled in favor of her businesses client, right that shows a lack of impartiality her lifelong donations to democratic candidates, including ten thousand dollars to governor Ige shows that she's not going to be the fact that her daughter is in the state assembly as a democratic member means that democratic politics is in her blood, the failure to recuse herself this siding with the clients is a major. Major red flag and indicates that she's going to base her rulings on almost anything, but the law of the land and the facts of an individual case before her, and we see it at all of us are courts that liberal judicial activists incredibly predictable. You you don't have to guess how they're going to rule on something you'd have to take a look at the lawn will follow the law. No, they're gonna follow their ideology. And right now is Diane Feinstein laid out their ideology is certainly anti-christian. But it, but it's also from my standpoint anti-freedom as well. So there's there's there there'd be nothing worse than us losing this. Wisconsin supreme court race tomorrow. We have to win it. So again, just begging all your listeners talk their friends family neighbors we have to win this crucial race. What happens if conservatives don't? Well, what ends up happening is. We'll we'll still have a one Gordon margin. But we've got a really tough Wisconsin supreme court racing twenty twentieth. The same day that the democrat primary for president is. And it's going to be pretty hard to match the turnout as a super Wisconsin conservative supreme court judge against all the Democrats coming out to vote for their presidential primary candidate. So I I'm not gonna write anything off. But that's going to be a really tough seat to hold on Scott supreme court this the one we have to hold this is by far easier to hold and this is the one we should hold. Just because of the the vileness of their tax on a really good person a man of faith, Brian Hagedorn. Do you believe these are fundamentally anti-christian in in the way that he's been attacked in the manner that he's been attacked going beyond? I think the school itself the old blog posts, do you think this is sort of coded language that a conservative Christian is not fit to serve on a court. Because obviously, you saw the same thing with your colleague Senator Baldwin and her opposition to Gordon Giampietro, which you had very strong words about after his nomination was essentially defeated because of what you had had written and said was an anti-catholic bias on behalf of Senator Baldwin. Do you see the same sort of thing happening here this notion that people of faith are no longer? Welcome to serve in public office. According to the Democratic Party. Well, it's not even coated. It's completely blatant. Not people of faith. It's just people primarily of Christian faith that that one seems to be the the the real disqualifier because they don't like they don't like some of the doctrines of faith. They believe for example, that marriages between a man and woman. This is all been selling the courts now. And I think the vast majority of students had no problem with. Gay marriage or union civil unions. But not to bless that is like a religious ceremony. You know, people have a problem with that. But that's not tolerated in the left anymore. You have to you have to be obedient to all of their beliefs. And if you believe something different, even though you're going to be judging and say what you're gonna rule based on what the law says that your own personal beliefs. Apparently, they viewed as disqualifying, Ron Johnson, Wisconsin Senator joining me here on the Dan O'Donnell show the election for state supreme court, Wisconsin, spring election is tomorrow polls open at seven AM, and they are open until eight p m you tweeted out just a couple of minutes ago, sir. Our immigration system is overwhelmed. We are beyond the breaking point President Trump wants to halt all foreign aid to three central South American countries that he is blaming for the caravans coming up from Central America that he says is contributing to the border being overwhelmed. He suggested that he wants to close the border and may take steps to do. So in the coming weeks. What do you think needs to be done in the short term as we're hearing that the mother of all migrant caravans might be coming up in the next couple of weeks. What needs? To be done to secure that southern border in the short term. Let me first described the crisis, you know, back in two thousand fourteen about President Obama called humanitarian crisis when one hundred and twenty thousand unaccompanied children and people and families cross-border illegal are apprehended in the first six months of this year. We're over two hundred thousand Jay Johnson was on MSNBC and Friday morning. He was former secretary of homeland security under President Obama. You said a really bad day for him was when a thousand people across the borders illegally and CB P was was forced to hand with that last in the last couple of weeks, we've had days over four thousand people over four thousand so this is completely out of control. It's a growing problem growing almost exponentially from two thousand nine two thousand ten two thousand eleven before DACA before the floor is agreement was reinterpreted include a copy children. So this is totally out of control. I I'm not sure what President Trump means by closing the border. The ports of entry is going to be a self inflicted wound. I mean, we have so much trade going back and forth. Component parts for American manufacturing. I don't know. How you close it. For example, tribal lands people are recognized this. But we cousins warped check protection. Officers can't even patrol on on tribal land. So closing down the borders is mining mental task. Well, we need to do is change laws. We need better barriers in the right spot. That's all President Trump was asking couple hundred couple of hundred miles of initial pedestrian fencing, but we need to. Changed? The law is relates to this floors reinterpretation where CB p is literally it's merely a speed bump on the path to permanent almost permanent residency for unaccompanied children and people come in his family against, you know, no father on but just because I really bad laws that require them to not detained children at chain families with children, we we are in total catch release. We've got total open borders for anybody coming child or as part of a family unit and wants to here, they get to stay. That's basically the fact we we've deported probably less than three percent of unaccompanied children that come in here since two thousand twelve DACA memorandum. So this is a growing crisis. There are huge incentives huge rewards for people from Central America coming and by the way, a recent survey said forty two million central Americans would like to come to America. I don't think we can handle that many. So we'd better get control. But sooner rather than later. He is Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson. And serve before. I let you go. I've got a follow up really quickly with a democrat controlled house. How likely is changing the law realistically? It's gonna be tough. But we have to describe the problem and see BP Commissioner mcelwain was F El Paso Border. It's one of the reasons this has made some news, President Trump has got used his bully pulpit and talk more about just the wall. Which again, I support we need better barriers, but talk about the complexity talk about these specific laws that have been interpreted by the courts, wrongly or they've been an active by Democrats that created disparity between unaccompanied children Central America versus Canada and Mexico where we can return those individuals right away, we need cops for illegal immigration. The best consequences is to remove those people back to their countries origin unaccompanied children back to their parents, those countries they'll stop spending a years worth of salary to put their children out of very dangerous journey were solving so many sexually assaulted or really. Taking into sex trafficking, human trafficking. So that's not a humanitarian thing to do is incentivizing people to take a very dangerous journey. He is Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson Surrey's Zola's. Thank you so much for joining me. Do appreciate it. Great day you too, sir. You too coming up. The media still still refusing to acknowledge any wrongdoing for, you know, pushing a false narrative about Russian collusion. Is coming right back. At bluecross blueshield, our companies take what we learned from covering one in three Americans to.

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