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Joe Biden Addresses Nation Following SCOTUS Ruling

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:32 min | Last week

Joe Biden Addresses Nation Following SCOTUS Ruling

"I want to go right to The White House. President Biden is speaking. Let's listen in. The women out of the power to control their own destiny. And a reinforced a fundamental right of privacy right of each of us to choose how to live our lives. Now with Rogan, let's be very clear. The health and life of women in this nation are now at risk, as chairman and ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, as vice president now as president of the United States, I've studied this case carefully. I've overseen more Supreme Court confirmations than anyone today. In this case was always discussed, I believe roe V wade was the correct decision. As a matter of constitutional law and application of the fundamental right to privacy and liberty and matters of family and personal autonomy. It was a decision on a complex matter to a careful balance between a woman's right to choose earlier in her pregnancy and the state's ability to regulate later in her pregnancy. A decision with broad national consensus, the most Americans of faith and backgrounds found acceptable that had been the law of the land for most of the lifetime of Americans today. And it was a constitutional principle of justice.

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If Justice Kavanaugh Was Assassinated, Media Would Still Blame the Gun

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

If Justice Kavanaugh Was Assassinated, Media Would Still Blame the Gun

"God forbid if this would be assassin had became an actual assassin What would the media and the Democrats do mister produce They blame the gun The gun Enough is enough It's the gun It's not Schumer It's not Pelosi It's not Garland It's not all the Talking Heads the press who said horrendous things about Brett Kavanaugh lies Washington Post would take no responsibility The New York Times would take no responsibility The so called witnesses would take no responsibility in the Kavanaugh hearings The low sum attacks on him by these committee members the Senate Judiciary Committee they would take no responsibility Where's Chuck Schumer tonight He's after all the time Can't keep the guy quiet He's hiding He's with his aides his consultants trying to figure out what to say Remember this guy White House from Robert island That slop Remember Kamala Harris Disgusting attack We could go on and on and on You dehumanize this man so what's the problem It's like dehumanizing babies at the last minute before birth It's the promise of choice

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Son of Buffalo victim pushes Congress: 'What are you doing?'

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

Son of Buffalo victim pushes Congress: 'What are you doing?'

"The son of a buffalo supermarket shooting victim is challenging Congress to act against what he calls the cancer of white supremacy and the nation's gun violence epidemic Garnell whitfield junior wants to know what lawmakers are actually doing You elected to protect us including his 86 year old mom whose life mattered Your actions here today would tell us how much it matters to you Whitfield's emotional testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee came as lawmakers like Connecticut Democrat Chris Murphy worked to reach a bipartisan gun safety compromise We are not going to settle for a piece of legislation that just checks a box Murphy went to The White House to update President Biden on the talks which focus on incremental policy changes that fall well short of sweeping steps like an assault weapons ban or at universal background checks Sagar Meghani Washington

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Senate Judiciary Committee holds nomination hearing for ATF head

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

Senate Judiciary Committee holds nomination hearing for ATF head

"A day after a mass shooting at a Texas school kills 19 children and two adults the Senate holds a hearing on a new ATF head Testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee President Biden's nominee for ATF director Steven detel box as if confirmed he would advance the cause of public safety I vow to never let politics in any way influence my actions Senate judiciary chair dick Durbin says he's qualified and needs to be confirmed The spot went vacant for four years Why Because the gun groups wanted to go vacant They don't want a strong agency doing its job Ranking committee members senator chuck grassley says he has concerns about dental bock heading the ATF Biden had to withdraw his first ATF nominee after stalling for months because of opposition from Republicans and some Democrats the NRA claimed it campaign to keep David chipman from the post I'm Julie Walker

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Mike Davis Explains Just How Huge This SCOTUS Breach of Protocol Is

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 2 months ago

Mike Davis Explains Just How Huge This SCOTUS Breach of Protocol Is

"Yesterday, we were diving into how the United States Supreme Court has suffered, I guess is the best word to use. And unprecedented leak from who we do not know, we think we know, but the person who is best able to describe this and articulate it is the head of a wonderful organization called the article three project that's article number three project dot org. And it is the terrific Mike Davis Mike. Welcome back to the program. Thank you for having me back on Charlie. So Mike, how are we supposed to make of this? The U.S. Supreme Court is leaking decisions before they happen. First of all, who could potentially do something like this, do we know who probably did this? And if so, what is the proper course of action to hold that person accountable? So I clerked for justice Gorsuch on the Supreme Court and I also served as the chief counsel for nominations on the Senate Judiciary Committee and my part of my portfolio was oversight over the federal judiciary. I have never heard anything like what happens with this leak. I don't think it's ever happens that a draft majority opinion for a Supreme Court case has leaked out prior to the court issuing the opinion, especially in a case this monumental. This is the Dobbs case where it looks like the at least 5, maybe 6 justices on the Supreme Court are going to overturn roe versus wade and Planned Parenthood Planned Parenthood versus Casey and return abortion regulations back to the states where it belongs. This is a stunning breach of protocol. Each of the 9 Supreme Court Justices have four law clerks, each of them have generally two to three administrative aids. It is a very small universe of people who have access to these draft opinions and these opinions have to circulate among the justices because they have to work together. They have to collaborate in order to draft majority opinions dissenting opinions and concurring opinions. And if you shatter that trust, if you shatter that secrecy that confidence in the Supreme Court, the Supreme Court can no longer function.

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Former Sen. Fred Thompson: Dick Durbin Never Kept to His Word

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 3 months ago

Former Sen. Fred Thompson: Dick Durbin Never Kept to His Word

"And Fred Thompson was a friend of mine over the years And you don't need the respond to this And when we were having dinner once he had retired from the Senate He said to me and I pretty much got along with everybody except one senator He said this senators word was not his bond A more than one occasion And again you don't have to respond to this honor He said dick Durbin And I won't say exactly what Fred Thompson said to me but it wasn't It wasn't in the king's English if you know what I mean But it was not a big fan of dick Durbin's He said you know he'd tell you one thing one day and the next day stabbed you in the back I'm just telling you that you don't need to comment on that and that's the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee And there he is I thought he did a lousy job I thought he was interfering I thought he was testifying And I thought you all did a really really good job Each and every one of you breaking it down But the most important moment will be when you ask that telltale question because that will resonate for decades She'll be on that court for decades and she will be voting over and over and over again In my view to rearrange society to support the Democrat party That's who she is That's what her record is senator

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Murkowski, Romney back Jackson, all but assure confirmation

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Murkowski, Romney back Jackson, all but assure confirmation

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Senate panel to vote on Jackson nomination to Supreme Court

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 3 months ago

Senate panel to vote on Jackson nomination to Supreme Court

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"senate judiciary" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"senate judiciary" Discussed on KOMO

"I don't believe he has come to that conclusion yet The Pentagon is taking a wait and see approach President Biden signs the Emmett Till anti lynching act into law Never goes away It only hides it hides under the rocks giving just a little bit of oxygen It comes roaring back out Screaming The law makes lynching a federal hate crime House Democrats want the Senate Judiciary Committee to look into text messages sent by the wife of Supreme Court Justice clarence Thomas The January 6th committee is leaning towards asking Virginia Thomas the wife of Supreme Court Justice clarence Thomas for her voluntary cooperation in their investigation following revelations of messages where she repeatedly urged former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows to attempt to overturn the election results Meanwhile the committee meets today to discuss whether to hold former Trump aides Peter Navarro and Dan scavino in contempt of Congress for their refusal to comply with subpoenas Washington line is strong storms is rolling across the plains tonight It's expected to move into the Deep South tomorrow and go up the east coast Thursday You're listening to ABC News Have you ever thought you'd like to buy and sell houses but didn't know how or where to get the money My name is Ron legrand and over the past 40 years I bought over 3000 houses without using my money or credit and taught thousands to do the same Today even in a virtual environment we buy nice houses and nice neighborhoods using no banks realtors contractors or other costly entanglements and build huge cash flow and wealth without the hassle of tenants all without credit and little or no money.

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"senate judiciary" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:25 min | 3 months ago

"senate judiciary" Discussed on WTOP

"Troops in aid workers helping Ukrainian refugees The president is in Europe for emergency talks with NATO leaders over Russia's invasion of Ukraine Back at home the Senate Judiciary Committee held four days of confirmation hearings for the president's nominee for the Supreme Court judge katon G Brown Jackson Yamiche alcindor moderator of Washington week on PBS joined us earlier to break down these big political stories President Biden has said multiple times that what he really wants to solidify is the unity of NATO and Western Allies He wants to make it very clear that the United States will do everything in its power to help defend Ukraine without of course going into direct military engagement with Russia But this is really about also sending a message to Russia that the world and in the west in particular is ready to make it as isolated as they possibly can financially the president had said that there are more sanctions to come that there's also going to be more aid given to Ukraine So this is really I think a trip in a wartime trip in emergency trip to really make it very clear the United States stands and it's global going forward Before we let you go yamiche judge katangi Brown Jackson went through these hearings this week How do you think she did Well first let's just say 233 years it took for a African American woman to sit in her position as a nominee to the Supreme Court going through confirmation hearing Her friends told me I talked to a lot of people who know her They told me that she was someone who was poised to have been working very hard for this moment who was exhausted but also who was ready like an Olympic athlete to go through this and what we saw this week was judge Jackson remained poised She got frustrated at times when Republicans were bringing up sort of materials and depicting child abuse and also CRT critical race theory and other things that she multiple times said had nothing to do with her work as a judge but overall she did what she came to do because senator Manchin just recently came out and said that he's going to be supporting her That means that her confirmation is on track to go as planet that Democrats will not have an issue nominated minister confirming her rather But we saw so many sort of fireworks that had to deal a little bit with her but a lot to deal with the political and partisan landscape between Republicans and Democrats especially having to deal with culture wars in the anger for past hearing So it was a very fascinating hearing to watch and of course the history of making one.

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Jackson on track for confirmation, but GOP votes in doubt

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Jackson on track for confirmation, but GOP votes in doubt

"Cantante brown Jackson is on track for being confirmed as the supreme court's first black female justice but not in the way president Biden was hoping hi court nominees who used to get broad bipartisan support and the president was hoping that would happen again but after more than thirty hours of hearings I cannot and will not support judge Jackson Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell's quick statement could prompt many Republicans to follow suit I'm disappointed with senator McConnell's decision but I'm not surprised Senate judiciary chairman Dick Durbin's been privately lobbying GOP colleagues to back Jackson and says it'll be sad if this becomes a strictly party line vote set for our country and said as a commentary on where the parties are today he's still hoping for Sabra publican votes but Jackson does not need any in the fifty fifty Senate since vice president Harris can break a tie Sager mag ani Washington

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Jackson heading for likely confirmation despite GOP darts

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Jackson heading for likely confirmation despite GOP darts

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Supreme Court nominee Catan G. brown Jackson looks to be on track for likely confirmation despite at times blistering questions from Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee federal judge could Taji brown Jackson appears on track to become the high court's first black female justice Wednesday evening Republican senator Marsha Blackburn returned to a GOP theme you have an unmistakable pattern of releasing criminals with dangerous backgrounds into the community Jackson's response in part we can't release everyone there are people who are too dangerous to release as Wednesday's session concluded committee chairman Dick Durbin told Jackson patient's dignity and grace and in the face of what was frankly some offensive treatment is a real testament to your judicial temperament today will be the final day of hearings with legal experts weighing in Mike Crossey at Washington

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Does the Constitution Matter at All?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:23 min | 3 months ago

Does the Constitution Matter at All?

"Biden's nominee for the Supreme Court judge katon G Brown Jackson as before the Senate Judiciary Committee. And I haven't been following this testimony very closely. I'll talk a little bit more about some of the specifics of it tomorrow. But I wanted here to frame the broad issue that is under consideration here. And the broad issue is, does the constitution matter at all? In other words, do we have a judge here that is going to make decisions according to and in conformity with the constitution, yes or no? Now, there's been some talk on the part of the Biden administration and the left about a living about a living constitution. And part of what I want to argue here is that there's no such thing as a living constitution. All constitutions are inherently dead. Just like all laws are dead. Now by dead, I don't mean that you can't change the law. The constitution, in fact, can be amended. It's not easy to do it, but there is a process of amendment and it's been it's been done more than 20 times. But apart from the amendment process, the constitution remains, you may say, inert lifeless and dead in the same way that all laws need to be in order for them not only to be predictable, but also to mean something.

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Jackson pushes back on GOP critics, defends record

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Jackson pushes back on GOP critics, defends record

"Supreme Court nominee cantante brown Jackson is pushing back against a GOP critics as she faces senators questions Jackson says her nearly ten years as a federal judge's show she's impartial I don't think that anyone can look at my record and say that it is pointing in one direction or another that is supporting one view point or another with Republicans wondering whether her judicial philosophy is too liberal Jackson says she starts from a position of neutrality I am trying in every case to stay in my lane and trying to understand what those who wrote the law intended she'll face questions from chairman Dick Durbin Senate judiciary panel all day the second day is known affectionately buy a term of medieval justice known as the trial by ordeal song or mag ani Washington

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Hearing opens for Jackson with pointed comments from GOP

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Hearing opens for Jackson with pointed comments from GOP

"K. Tunji brown Jackson Supreme Court confirmation hearings have opened with Democrats praising her pick and Republicans promising pointed questions Senate Judiciary Committee chair Dick Durbin notes one hundred fourteen people have served on the court not a single justice has been a black woman view judge Jackson can be the first and while Democrat Amy Klobuchar praised Jackson you judge opening a door that's long been shot to so many Republicans said they will do their jobs S. tough questions about judge Jackson's judicial philosophy ranking Republican Chuck Grassley says it will not become a spectacle like the Brett Kavanaugh hearings for years ago Jackson is expected to be confirmed it barring any big missteps Sager mag Donny at the White House

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"senate judiciary" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:26 min | 3 months ago

"senate judiciary" Discussed on WTOP

"Ice center and their first class off the ice raised 21,000 for the MS society From Houston Dave Johnson a util sports The top stories were following for you this morning on WTO the Russian military has offered Ukrainian troops defending the strategic port city of mariupol to lay down arms and exit the city via humanitarian corridors but that proposal was quickly rejected by Ukrainian authorities Russian troops have surrounded the strategic southern port Siri and city and continues its military assaults there On Capitol Hill today the Senate Judiciary Committee begins its historic confirmation hearings for judge ketanji Brown Jackson President Biden's pick to sit on the Supreme Court the 51 year old federal judge would be the first black woman on the high court Democrats who control the Senate by the slimmest of margins hope to wrap up her confirmation before Easter stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes 6 47 though how easy is it to crack your computer password Well it turns out it might be easier than you think Hive system says a password that is 8 characters or shorter can be tracked in a matter of seconds As a result they recommend 18 characters or more with a combination of upper and lower case letters numbers and symbols How long will that take a hacker 438 trillion years but who's counting Hive says as we become more dependent on our computers hackers get better at getting into them The report also strongly recommends not recycling your password for a number of websites less clear who can remember them once they're created They'll Walter's WTO P news I think I have some work to do on my computer It's 6 48 Traffic and weather on the 8s here in its Rita Kessler in the traffic center The only fear in Maryland watch for the delay on the southbound Baltimore Washington Parkway now before powder mill road this is solid all the way inside the beltway to a point before the good luck road overpass the crash taking the left wing state of the right to get by also seeing delays coming off of the inner loop of the beltway trying to join this delay inside the beltway Also inside the beltway but en route 50 it is inbound delays from four ten off and on trying to make your way on to New York avenue with nothing reported On the top side of the beltway outer loop top side delays from 95 around past 29 coalsville road southbound two 70 has the volume before 80 in urbana off and on headed past one O 9 and then after that it looks good to the lane divide headed on to either loop of the beltway Eastbound veers mill road near Connecticut avenue That was a report of a crash on the beltway in Virginia the inner loop ramp to southbound 95 there was a broken down tractor trailer reported in the right lane northbound 95 slows passing the Prince William Parkway getting into lorton and then below speed through newington getting on to three 95 not a bad trip Headed across the 14th street bridge eastbound 66 delays are three manassas It is after two 34 business sudley road the crash on the left side then approaching the beltway watch for a report of a broken down vehicle on the left side Route 7 near Glenn Carlin drive was a report of a crash In the district southbound D.C. two 95 heavy from benning road tour de's capital street the westbound freeway delay is before the third street tunnel near south capital street trying to head across the case bridge with nothing reported and the inbound suitland Parkway delay before branch avenue headed past Stanton road This report sponsored by just imagine new teeth in 24 hours It's possible with G four by gulpa.

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Allen West: Democrats Have Always Been the White Supremacist Party

Mark Levin

00:57 sec | 4 months ago

Allen West: Democrats Have Always Been the White Supremacist Party

"Do you think she'll get the same reception on Capitol Hill that clarence Thomas Oh absolutely not She'll be the roll out the red carpet and everything They want you know clarence Thomas when you go back and you look at that exchange between him and Joe Biden who was the head of the Senate Judiciary Committee when he was trying to challenge players right on natural rights theory It was absolutely appalling to discussing And it was a high-tech lynching But of course if you stand in the way of this black female I don't know why we have to be so focused on race and not content of character which is what doctor king talked about You're going to be castigating demonizes races white supremacists and all of this When the real party of white supremacy and racist the real part is the standard racism has always been the Democrat party and look at what they have done and destroying the black community in the United States of America They destroyed the family they destroyed education opportunities economic opportunities and now look at the rise of the gangs and things of that nature

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Sen. Luján to be out at least 4 weeks, Biden agenda at risk

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

Sen. Luján to be out at least 4 weeks, Biden agenda at risk

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Judge Dabney Friedrich Upheld DOJ's Use of Felony Obstruction Law Against Jan. 6 Protestors

Mark Levin

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Judge Dabney Friedrich Upheld DOJ's Use of Felony Obstruction Law Against Jan. 6 Protestors

"The judge who is handling the case involving brand is struck I knew nothing of her but now I've looked And CN is very excited about her a federal judge And by the way she's very political She worked for the Senate Judiciary Committee then she worked for three years in George W. Bush's counsel's office So she's a rhino A federal judge on Friday upheld the Justice Department probably a never trumper Even though she was appointed by him The DoJ's decision to use a felony obstruction law listen to this Against U.S. capitol rioters a major victory for prosecutors have used the statute to charge hundreds of Trump supporters who were involved in the January 6th insurrection This is how they write it Several other defendants have challenged the law and many of those are still pending with other judges But Friday is rolling This was in December Means the Justice Department's strategy for charging the capitol rioters has survived

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Biden hosts GOP, Dem 'good friends' seeking court support

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

Biden hosts GOP, Dem 'good friends' seeking court support

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Third inmate killed in new spate of federal prison violence

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 7 months ago

Third inmate killed in new spate of federal prison violence

"There's there's been been another another inmate inmate killed killed inside inside a a federal federal facility facility the the third third such such incident incident in in the the past past month month which which has has led led to to criticism criticism of of the the director director of of the the bureau bureau of of prisons prisons this this latest latest death death behind behind prison prison walls walls occurred occurred at at the the U. U. S. S. penitentiary penitentiary outside outside Florence Florence Colorado Colorado we're we're thirty thirty three three year year old old Jamar Jamar Thompson Thompson died died after after a a fight fight with with another another inmate inmate last last month month flight flight facilities facilities into into son son in in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania also also turned turned fatal fatal the the chairman chairman of of the the Senate Senate Judiciary Judiciary Committee Committee Dick Dick Durbin Durbin was was already already calling calling for for the the firing firing of of the the director director of of the the bureau bureau of of prisons prisons citing citing a a series series of of violent violent incidents incidents including including an an attack attack in in November November at at FCI FCI fort fort Dix Dix in in New New Jersey Jersey where where an an inmate inmate was was stabbed stabbed in in the the eyeball eyeball that that facilities facilities run run by by the the warden warden who who was was in in charge charge of of the the Manhattan Manhattan jail jail when when financier financier Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein Epstein was was found found dead dead and and guards guards had had falsified falsified their their records records bureau bureau of of prisons prisons director director Michael Michael Carvajal Carvajal was was hand hand picked picked for for the the job job by by former former president president trump trump I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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"senate judiciary" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"senate judiciary" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The Senate Judiciary Committee grilling the former FBI director Tuesday about the start of its Russia investigation that led to the surveillance of the Trump campaign. Former FBI director Andrew McCabe on the hot seat in front of a Senate panel digging into the origin of the Russia probe, including surveillance of it, then Trump campaign aide If you knew then what you know now, would you have signed the warrant application? In June of 2017 against Carter Page. No, Sir, the Justice Department's internal watchdog found the FBI's request for surveillance of Carter Page contained numerous factual errors. But Makabe insists the FBI did not open a case because it liked one candidate, 2016 campaign and disliked the other boxes. Mike Emanuel, the ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, California Senator Dianne Feinstein, suggesting they forget the whole thing. I think Mr Chairman, it's time to turn the page on Crossfire Hurricane Ooh, A security John Durham has been investigating the FBI's behavior in the case. Still, no word when his report may be ready for a grand jury in Indiana, has declined to indict an Indianapolis police officer. Fatally shot a man in May during a foot chase, police said. 21 year old duration on Reed exchanged gunfire with the officer. Hundreds of thousands of video doorbells being recalled Ring says it has to recall about 350,000 of its second generation doorbells because its batteries can overheat when their installed using the screws included with the product. Those screws aren't what I kind and the Consumer Product Safety Commission says the company has gotten reports of at least 23 of those door bells catching fire and producing some minor damage. Ring says it's reaching out to consumers who bought the doorbells to get them updated user manuals and proper installation instructions until NATO FOX News on Jack Callahan. This is Fox News. NewsRadio, Kale, BJ I'm John Cooley and topping Austin's news thean term. Travis County Judge Sam Biscoe says area bars must remain closed dance as the Corona pandemic continues to worsen. In addition to that Austin Travis County Area Health Authority of Dr Mark S. God warns, if residents do nothing to stop it in the next few weeks, the county may have to re enter stage for Kobe 19 restrictions to again flattened the covert curve and mass mandates will be with us for the foreseeable future in Austin. That's according to major Steve Ather, who says even with emergency approval, first responders would get first priority for a.

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"senate judiciary" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"senate judiciary" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Senate Judiciary Committee grilling the former FBI director Tuesday about the start of its Russia investigation that led to the surveillance of the Trump campaign. Former FBI director Andrew McCabe on the hot seat in front of a Senate panel digging into the origin of the Russia probe, including surveillance of it, then Trump campaign aide. If you knew then what you know now would you have signed the warrant application in June of 2017 against Carter Page, the Justice Department's internal watchdog found the FBI's request for surveillance. Order page contained numerous factual errors. But Makabe insists the FBI did not open a case because it liked one candidate, 2016 campaign and disliked the other boxes. Mike Emanuel, the ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, California Senator Dianne Feinstein, suggesting they forget the whole thing. I think Mr Chairman, it's time to turn the page on Crossfire Hurricane he was a journey. John Durham has been investigating the FBI's behavior in the case. Still no word when his report may be ready. A grand jury in Indiana has declined to indict in Indianapolis police officer who fatally shot a man in May during a foot chase Police had 21 year old Gration read, exchanged gunfire with the officer. Hundreds of thousands of video doorbells being recalled Ring says it has to recall about 350,000 of its second generation doorbells because its batteries can overheat. When they're installed using the screws included with the product. Those screws aren't what I kind and the Consumer Product Safety Commission says The company has gotten reports of at least 23 of those door bells catching fire and producing some minor damage. Ring says it's reaching out to consumers who bought the doorbells to get them updated user manuals and proper installation instructions. Chill. NATO FOX News Jack Callahan. This's Fox News WCBM Baltimore. It doesn't feel like mid November at all our weather forecasts reading more like springtime, even from tropical moisture coming up the.

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"senate judiciary" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"senate judiciary" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"As a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee promoting the nomination of Amy Barrett. In addition, North Carolina it was widely thought that Senator Tom Tillis was going down for the count. But Democrats Cal cutting him had a little embarrassing moment when it was revealed that he had said sexual text. To a woman, not his wife. The story definitely has legs. And sure enough, A civilised poll showed that his lead is diminishing. It's 46 cutting him 43 chilis, but the momentum is with the Republican. So this reporter will save Republicans look like they're going to hold on to the Senate. But Wait'll these six states come in and you may see it go the other way. Election night is going to be very complex in Georgia. There are two Senate races there. Walk us through it. So as we're watching results Tuesday night, we understand what's going on there. I'm glad you asked that. Yes. Senator David Perdue Republican is seeking a second term. But the voters of the Peach State also have to decide who will fill out the term of former Republican Senator Johnny Isakson, who resigned because of ill health. Let's take that seat first Under Georgia's unique election law in a special election for Senator, all candidates, regardless of party appear of the same ballad. If no one wins a majority outright on November 3rd from the top to vote getters again, regardless of party meet in a runoff in December. Now, by all accounts, Democrat Raphael warning a Baptist pastor of Martin Luther.

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"senate judiciary" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"senate judiciary" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"At the end of the Senate Judiciary confirmation hearings for Amy Cockney Barrett, Republican Chairman Lindsey Graham and the ranking member Dianne Feinstein shared a hallmark moment. Fifi praised Gram for conducting fair hearings with good back and forth exchange is, she said it made her hopeful that they might be able to come up with good bipartisan legislation that would make our great nation even better. And then she gave Lindsay a quick hug. Well, that's all it took Folks. Liberals erupted in a five alarm hissy fit. A Democrat strategist said. Excuse me while I go punch a hole in the wall, the leftist dark money group demand. Justice immediately called for Senator Feinstein to resign from the committee. They said that she won't go quietly her fellow Democrats on the stage and intervention and throw her out. Laurence Tribe. Leftist Harvard professor Norm Ornstein from the Atlantic magazine joined Obama leftovers in calling for her resignation. They don't want her put out to pasture folks. They want her sent to the glue factory now. Now when die If I helped orchestrate the smear campaign against Brett Kavanaugh, she was a hero. Now she's a zero with horns all this over a short, gracious comment and a hug. Just imagine what these people would do if I die if I had actually given Lindsay kiss. Oh, yeah, that would be tough. More than 75% of identity theft. Victims who had accounts opened in their name did not find out that they had been victimized from their bank or credit card company..

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"senate judiciary" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"senate judiciary" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Think it looks like everything's on track. I was worried for awhile. You know, with all the the Senate Judiciary remembers getting sick, but they got right through that. Now It's just a matter of getting it on the floor, you know, starting to file motions and checking all the boxes to get it Heat up for a final vote, which will be not obviously next week, but maybe the Monday or Tuesday after so we're we're going to get this done before the election. I hope so. Then we'll see Democrats true colors as they absolutely freak out and never seen a party run on the promise of abusing power and changing the rules. But that's what we're about to see. Brian, Darling, Thank you for your time. Thank you. It's just gonna be a mess, and it depends on how long of a temper tantrum Democrats were going to throw. They realistically have nothing that they can do to stop it, but there they can delay And how long do you want to delay? We'll see. We'll see how long they're based demands that they delay. We're going to retire, financially confident, knowing that you have a plan in place that's guaranteed to work. Even if we suffer another financial financial crisis like we had in 2008. Would you like to get them most of the market gains and none of the losses. Do you want better interest rates on your CDs than you're currently getting and have a guaranteed you like tax free income in retirement. Wanna be sure that you're getting your maximum social security benefits. You want long term care without having to.

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"senate judiciary" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"senate judiciary" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Judge Amy Cockney Barrett faced her first day before the Senate Judiciary Committee. With the Q and a portion of the hearing slated to begin Tuesday. Senator spent nearly three hours on Monday morning, taking shots at each other and previewing was expected to be heated hearings. President Trump nominated Judge Barrett late last month to succeed the late Justice Ginsburg teeing off an explosive election year fight over the future of the Supreme Court. If Judge Verret is confirmed Sherlock and a 6 to 3 conservative majority Democrats lashed out at Republicans for moving forward with Judge Barrett's nomination just 22 days before the election after refusing to give Judge Merrick Garland that's President Obama's final Supreme Court nominee Back in 2016 hearing for a vote Eight months before that year's presidential election Judge Amy Cockney Barrett pledged in her opening remarks to be a justice who will apply the law. Quote as written and paying tribute to justice is across the ideological spectrum. Who came before her, such as the justices Antonin Scalia, Sandra Day O'Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Here's a portion of her remarks. Courts have a vital responsibility to the rule of law, which is critical to a free society. But courts are not designed to solve every problem or right every wrong in our public life. The policy decisions and value judgments of government must be made by the political branches elected by and accountable to the people. The public should not expect courts to do so. And courts should not try. That is the approach that I have strived to follow as a judge on the seventh circuit. In every case, I have carefully considered the arguments presented by the parties, discussed the issues with my colleagues on the court and done my utmost to reach the result required by the law. Whatever my own preferences might be. I try to remain mindful that while my court decides Thousands of cases a year. Each case is the most important one to the litigants involved after all cases are not like statutes, which are often named for their authors. Cases are named for the parties who stand to gain or lose in the real world. Often through their liberty or livelihood. When I write an opinion, resolving a case I read every word from the perspective of the losing party. I asked myself how I would view the decision. If one of my Children was the party that I was ruling against, even though I would not like the result would I understand that the decision was fairly reasoned and grounded in law? That is the standard that I set for myself and every Case, and it is the standard that I will follow. So long as I am a judge on any court When the president offered me this nomination. I was deeply honored, but it was not a position I had sought out and I thought carefully before accepting the confirmation process and the work of serving on the court, if confirmed, requires sacrifices, particularly from my family. I chose to accept the nomination because I believe deeply and the rule of law and the place of the Supreme Court in our nation. I believe Americans of all backgrounds deserve an independent Supreme court that interprets our constitution and laws as they're written, and I believe I conserve my country by playing that role. I come before this committee with humility about the responsibility that I have been asked To undertake and with appreciation for those who have come before me. I was nine years old. When Sandra Day O'Connor became the first woman to sit in this seat. She was a model of grace and dignity throughout her distinguished tenure on the court when I was 21 years old and just beginning my career, Ruth Bader Ginsburg sat in this seat, she told the committee. What has become of me could only happen. America. I have been nominated to fill Justice Ginsburg's feet, but no one will ever take her place. I will be forever grateful for the path she marked and the life she led. If confirmed, it would be the honor of a lifetime to serve alongside the chief justice and seven associate justices. I admire them all and would consider each a valued colleague. I bring a few new perspectives to the bench. As the president noted when he announced my nomination, I would be the first mother of school age Children to serve on the court. And I know that it would make senators Young and Bron happy to know that I would be the first justice to join the court from the seventh Circuit and 45 years. I would be the only sitting justice who didn't attend school at Harvard or Yale. But I am confident that Notre Dame could hold its known and maybe I could even teach them a thing or two about That was Judge Amy Cockney Barrett earlier today during day one of her confirmation hearing, Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina, took a few minutes during the hearing to submit into record a letter from the architect of the Capitol, saying the room for the hearing with CDC compliant now that's after Democrats China, the Republicans for pushing ahead during the pandemic without proper precautions. Senator Graham said he was tested a week ago Friday. That's after brief contact with Senator Mike Lee, the Republican of Utah, who recently tested positive but whose doctor said he was cleared to return to work. He was in the hearing in person. On Monday. Here's Chairman Graham So if I may, I'll start off with a opening statement and say, Why are we here? Number one. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on September the 18th. What can you say about Justice Ginsberg? She was confirmed. 96 23. Now those were days that have since passed. I regret that 96 23. This was a person who worked for the A C L U someone who was known in progressive circles as an apparently just about every Republican voted for her her good friend on the court. Justice Scalia, I think got 97 votes. I don't know what happened between then and now there's can all take some blame..

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"senate judiciary" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"senate judiciary" Discussed on WTOP

"Senate Judiciary Committee, the committee that will be considering Judge Cockney barrettes nomination and so hey hopes that he will be back in time to question her in person. But if not, he'll have to do it remotely. CBS News Special Report. And Alison Keys and Joe Biden is sending well wishes to the first family, saying the president's illness cannot be a partisan moment in the Democratic presidential nominees campaign is taking action abiding campaign is pulling down negative ads indefinitely that hit on President Donald Trump. The decision came in consultation with the former vice president and his top campaign advisers. For their part, though the Trump campaign will not be returning the favor, choosing instead to continue airing negative attack ads against Joe Biden that CBS News is Nicole's Kanga. In other news, the Census Bureau now says it'll continue its head count through the end of the month and not wrap it up next week is it had planned to dio It follows an order from a federal judge. Some groups had argued that minorities and others in hard to count communities would be missed if the count were to wrap up. The Census Bureau says more than 99% of Nations households have been counted. One of baseball's all time greats, has died. Bob Gibson spent his entire career 17 seasons with the ST Louis Cardinals. And what a career it Wass. He was one of the dominant pitchers of the 19 sixties lined up. Is the man at the right hander would win a couple of Cy Young Awards be named World Siri's MVP on two occasions and what he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. He told the audience I want to be remembered. As a person..

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"senate judiciary" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"senate judiciary" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Senate Judiciary Committee became one of the first congressional panels to embrace new procedures to work during the corona virus pandemic the committee heard testimony from president trump's controversial pick for the DC circuit court of appeals judge Justin Walker joining me is Madison alder Bloomberg law reporter so was it a teleconference Maddie a video conference how did it work it was a little bit of both maybe with another media are gonna help you to try he went up to the ground of Irish and I make and the way they just do not want to use the larger hearing room to make it a great deal they have lawmakers who were there in person find out among you love hold them back they had at least six feet integration between them and then they had a few lawmakers who were present your video conference they showed up on a video screen and then the nominee himself or bear I mean you got there quite often I'm not an idiot so they're dumped into pandemic just like everyone else were there any hick ups any problems well the vehicle be here a few of the speaker and it went better project where he came on his work with very booming hits on about like the wonder of odd that and then later on I think America Blackburn she came on and and because your idea of birth I can't print the thank the couple of pick up it went pretty smoothly I I think you know it kind of took the best team we've been with a lot of these government institutions better coaching over you some kind of adopted version of their proceedings like Instagram court where despite a few minor hiccup in three working pretty well if the Democrats had an objection to even holding this hearing because they're holding this hearing before judge Griffith whom Walker is supposed to replace is even scheduled to step aside that since September why have this hearing now correct so Democrats were opposed to the idea of the hearing last week they sent a letter to senator Graham I will bring in the hearing came out and they said that they should be focusing on issues within this beneficiary committees during section related to the coronavirus pandemic rather than a nominee who won't be going to be until September when a judge blocked down but if you get your committee Collins said that this is going to be a priority for the Senate and the Senate Judiciary Committee is moving along without work I'm Republicans are saying that judges are part of the essential work in the finance but our Concorde and yesterday I reiterated baton again this is one of the things that the function be doing during that time so that was definitely a good thing our conversation throughout the hearing in addition to questioning the nominee and well we kind of have this debate of whether or not they should be focusing on their birthday you know other things that the committee could be doing now Walker is a protege Hey of Majority Leader Mitch McConnell who has been leading the push to fill the judiciary with conservatives tell us a little more about him Walker he is currently in charge on the western district of Kentucky thirty seven early young for an appeal court nominee he is a protege of Mitch McConnell Mitch McConnell has really championed her nomination for the DC circuit Walker was first nominated you hand property by trump and confirmed just six months ago this is a pretty quick elevation negate the fact that there was a bit of controversy over his walk nomination because the American Bar Association which does the reading or educational nominees not qualified I would shoot you with one of the handful of nominee of the trump the times were have been rated not qualified and that was not likely characterized Democrats are concerned that a lot hearing a lot of their comments were his qualifications and background however the night before his hearing baby a game and a well qualified rating which is their highest rating so why did the A. B. H. change its rating on him he's only been a judge for six month they've changed their rating because they were looking for a different one for that but the shuttle yeah I talked to a few people who follow the process and they said that the DC circuit it has different hi he then that trial court warrant at all the court found different types of cases in trial court when but I couldn't be part of why they changed their their decision here is that you know the trial court judge there are different types of Gilbert possibilities that you need to I'm having and I thank you than you do and I feel court challenge so those are the factors that could be contributing why the hell not looking great and did anyone talk about the fact that he just became a District Court judge not six months ago yeah I wouldn't log on number two the committee McConnell unit reference not when he remarks on the Senate floor yesterday during the hearing it is some of the quick elevation but this has happened and you know in the past and in other administrations where someone is appointed to a lower court and invalidated your goal an appeal court is Walker leapfrogging over other candidates who were in line yeah so that is something else that was brought up at the hearing yesterday Walker was nominated amid the pandemic huh joon nominees or detail court that yet what the L. B. on the circuit and that's the thing I'm gonna do you think they're gonna need it actually they can't right now and has been for quite some time it considered a judicial emergency which is the term given the kind of put a lot more pressure on the remaining charges them a higher workload that the that the vacant the nominee cannot be Corey Wilson was nominated before Walker we from being another appeals court nominee and then of course you can leap frog and other network back I'm going to pipeline there's about forty four nominees currently in the pipeline some of those have yet to have a hearing so there are a number of those nominees that that could also have a hearing and so is there any explanation from the committee chair or from McConnell as to why they're not dealing with the vacant seat first what is the urgency of this Robert Ben very much in terms of attracting YA Walker's nomination look but but if we look at the numbers and and that new packet three did you hear too many and trump and senator McConnell is that we prioritize appeal court nominees over other nominees there's been some you know data that shows the Bahamian quicker process than than other nominees so you know couldn't that is the contributing factor that the DC circuit is known as the second highest court in the land at the very important court and you know I'm sure McConnell would like to get into that into.

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"senate judiciary" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"senate judiciary" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Not the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing testimony this morning as part the confirmation hearing for Justin Walker the thirty seven year old federal judge backed by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for a seat on the most powerful appeals court in the country Linda Kenyon has more senator Dianne Feinstein the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee says judge Walker has praised efforts to strike down the affordable Care Act or obamacare why in the middle of the pandemic should we support a nominee who would take away healthcare from millions of Americans George Walker explained when I wrote that op ed I was not a District Court judge I was an academic if confirmed the thirty seven year old judge was six months of experience would serve a lifetime appointment on the DC circuit court of appeals the second highest court in the country Linda Kenyon Washington questions surrounding the origins of the coronavirus have sparked a war of words between Washington and Beijing correspondent Ivan Watson reports that the news media in China is poking at the U. S. over its numbers the virus cases Chinese state media has taken the rhetoric up a notch with an anchor recently highlighting the fact that the US has the highest number of confirmed coronavirus cases and deaths in the world and going on to say that the U. S. is quote the main exporter of the Nobel coronavirus Fresno county says its parks will re open soon during the media briefing call Tuesday the county department of public health announced that all county parks will reopen on may eleventh after mother's day the county shuttered all of its parks to help fight the spread of coronavirus back on April third on Wall Street the Dow is down around fifty points hovering at twenty.

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"senate judiciary" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"senate judiciary" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"B. K. Senate Judiciary the chairman Lindsey Graham is requesting documents related to Joe Biden's communications with Ukrainian officials KP Kay's Mike Bauer reports Graham's inquiry focuses on any calls Biden may have had with former Ukrainian president Poroshenko about the firing of the country's top prosecutor or any calls that referenced breeze not the gas company where Biden son hunter sat on the board The Washington Post reports that Graham's letter appears to begin an investigation of the trump's widely debunked claim that Biden who at the time was vice president put pressure on Ukraine to fire its top prosecutor in an attempt to protect his son Mike Bauer news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. a beautiful day in the neighborhood the movie based on the life of Fred Rogers debuts today are featured audio clip in this hours from actor Tom Hanks in a recent interview from the today show talking about his relationship with director Merial Heller in playing the character of Mister Rogers she said essentially you'll get a wig and you'll get a will do something with your eyebrows and all the rest is going to be up to you that's when I thought okay this is a this is a deep throw on something that is going to have to be there's going to have to have a DNA to it as opposed to tease knows considered the CG I or something like that I I I got to put on a sensually and eat the equal to Batman's Cape and cowl you know to be Batman but I was in a cardigan sweater and blue deck shoes and I still feel just as just as identified on a on a extra external front as it and everything else was going to have to come out of some faith that I could do it and that Mari would tell me when I was wrong so method acting exactly right to the care yeah that is complete emotional identification and this is a such a highly anticipated movie I'm I don't know which you I've seen all of the documentaries done about federal I haven't so it's such a beloved you know person in our culture and so is Tom Hanks yeah I know melding the two big actors of our lifetime or disease you characters that we can identify with what is interesting is he mentions the DNA and of course we had yesterday that it was revealed to Tom Hanks that on and and stressed ancestry dot com that they found a link I mean six cousin or something like that but is my money I know it is wife was so impressed by that so well later on this morning we're gonna have big al he's gonna drop by he's seen the movie and now he's going to give us his thoughts on this latest about Fred Rogers very exciting all right let's get you caught up on this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one K. became.

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"senate judiciary" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"senate judiciary" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"A Senate Judiciary Committee Lindsey Graham doesn't see it that way your cranium president did not feel threatened he was the target of the phone call he felt fine with what happened the president asked Ukraine's leader to investigate Joe Biden's son he also as a leader to talk with his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and Attorney General William Barr there was no mention of nearly four hundred million dollars in military aid that was withheld and later released to Ukraine boxes racial Sutherland in Washington the call prompting house speaker Nancy Pelosi to launch a formal impeachment inquiry against the president America is listening to fox news. on this. this is the movie with Chad Blair on news radio eight thirty K. H. V. H. good morning this is Chandler with today's report from civil B. dot org three out of four four wives federal politicians support an impeachment inquiry into president Donald Trump after serious questions have been raised about whether he used his position to target Joe Biden US senators may zero Nolan Ryan shots and representative that case all Democrats support the house of representatives in query called by speaker Nancy Pelosi but tell C. Gabbard who is seeking the democratic presidential nomination poses it she says it would be the visit of the case said that the allegations that trump pressure to foreign country crane to investigate a domestic political opponent and withheld foreign assistance this leverage goes to the core of this or any president's constitutional duties and our national security. speaking of gabber she will be back on the presidential debate stage next month one of at least a dozen presidential can tenders of qualified so far on Tuesday in a new poll showed her with two percent support among registered to Hampshire voters and gives Gabbard the four poles necessary to qualify under Democratic National Committee rules to participate in the coming debate in Ohio set for October fifteenth and possibly October sixteenth. and finally a twelve year old Hawaii law that authorizes the department of education to offset the cost of building new schools in areas of anticipated growth has been poorly administer that has left eleven million dollars of potential fee revenue on the table reflection agencies laws a fair approach for the law's implementation the report comes from the state office of the auditor this week relates to the delete the ministration of the so called school impact fees law passed by the legislature in two thousand seven to allow the deal to collect fees from builders of new residential projects certain designated districts to fund the construction of additional school facilities all to accommodate population growth in these areas but the deal is a ministration of the program has been beset by poor oversight a lack of will define policies and procedures and inconsistent calculation of fees at times were based on questionable assumptions and inexplicable delays and left tens of millions of dollars of potential revenue by the wayside to read more about these and other stories. some of.

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"senate judiciary" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"senate judiciary" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Senate Judiciary committee is looking into the deaths of two children detained by border protection. Officers in December. Linda Kenyon reports Senator John Cornyn questioned US customs and border protection Commissioner Kevin michelina about the deaths is your fault. If they happen to die in your custody. I believe our agency to everything they could to help these children Senator Lindsey Graham who heads. The Senate Judiciary committee says the deaths of these migrant children are symptomatic of a much larger problem with a record number of legal immigrants crossing each year. We are facing a crisis at the southern border the Senate next week likely to pass a Bill blocking President Trump's declaration of a national emergency a move that would allow him to use funds. Not appropriated by congress to build his border wall. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill summit months after his conviction on tax at Bank fraud charges from Trump campaign chair, Paul Manafort will learn a sense today. Sixty nine year old Ben Affleck could receive twenty years in prison under. General guidelines. Our most observers believe has sentence will be lest scheduled to appear in the afternoon and US district court in Alexandria, Virginia. Jeopardy host Alex trebek's says he's been diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer. Jim Rupe tells more Beck says he wanted to make the announcement himself to fast because he's always tried to be honest and transparent. And he doesn't want them to hear about it from somewhere else that might include misinformation the longtime game show host says he knows the survival rate is quote, not promising end, quote buddy says with a bit of humor he has to beat it. Because under the terms of my contract, I have to host jeopardy for three more years. So help me and by help he's asking for prayers attorney for Georgia. Couple who say their daughter is being held against her will by R Kelly lashed out after a TV interview with the singer Wednesday. Timothy in Georgia, Lynn, savage, say it's been two years since they heard from the twenty three.

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"senate judiciary" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"senate judiciary" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Francis. The Senate Judiciary committee is looking into the deaths in December of two children detained by border protection. Officers the southern border. Linda Kenyon has the latest from Capitol Hill Senator John Cornyn questioned US customs and border protection Commissioner Kevin michelina about the deaths is at your fault. If they happen to die in your custody. I believe our agency did everything they could to help these children Senator Lindsey Graham who heads. The Senate Judiciary committee says the deaths of these migrant children are symptomatic of a much larger problem with a record number of illegal immigrants crossing each year. We are facing a crisis at the southern border. The Senate next week is likely to pass a Bill blocking President Trump's declaration of a national emergency a move that would allow him to use funds. Not appropriated by congress to build his border wall. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill. Cohen willingly turned over documents to lawmakers Wednesday as he tried to back up this claim. False statement he delivered to congress in two thousand seventeen was edited by the president attorneys. It's unclear who edited the documents or what exactly was changed jeopardy. Host Alex trebek's says he's been diagnosed with advanced pancreatic cancer, seventy eight year old announced Zuma's directly to jeopardy fans in a video posted online Wednesday. Jim Rupe tells Beck says he wanted to make the announcement himself to fans because he's always tried to be honest and transparent. And he doesn't want them to hear about it from somewhere else that might include misinformation the longtime game show host says he knows the survival rate is quote, not promising end, quote buddy says with a bit of humor he has to beat it. Because under the terms of my contract, I have to host jeopardy for three more years. So help me and by help he's asking for prayers and attorney for Georgia. Couple say their daughter is being held against her will by our Kelly lashed out after a TV interview of the singer Wednesday. Timothy, and John John savage say it's been at least two.

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"senate judiciary" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

10:04 min | 3 years ago

"senate judiciary" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"What do you bar has not resumed his confirmation hearings before the Senate Judiciary committee on the nomination? Trump has made to FM become the new attorney general, and he's he's saying things have a lot of people worked up saying now now now Muller is a good buddy of mine, and there's no way that Bob Muller would do a witch hunt. There's just no way. Bob Muller is incapable of hunting witches. And so the drive bys are saying the attorney general nominee breaks from Trump. And they're running stories has Trump been bamboozled is Trump in fooled has Trump nominated a chicken. Or a FOX overseas chicken house or whatever. And then the other thing is that session should have recused is, absolutely right. Any question about Muller? Any question about Muller's investigation bar is giving an answer the left and the media. Applaud Muller should reveal the results of his. Yes, sir. I most certainly do according to the rules. Do you think Muller should be fired? No, sir. I do not no way. Should Bob Muller. Be think Bob Muller's investigation should be interfered with by the no way, I'm not on my watch President Trump will not be allowed to interfere with my best, buddy. Bob Muller's non hunt investigation. Do you believe that the Muller investigation should be allowed to go on for fifty years? If that's what Adam so Senator whatever Muller needs whenever he needs an eye as the attorney general wanna make sure he gets it. What if the president wants to fire? There is no way that Bob Muller hunt switches, and there is no way that Bob Muller is an unfair guy. And I am not going to let the president fire the guy outside of the rules. So now, we have to decide now see what I did there, by the way, I need. I employed. A common communications trait called exaggeration in order to Pierce through all the noise. So that you would hear have some idea. What's going on? Today's media hearing this Limbaugh with a litany of misquotes. I can see it. Now the way this all happened. But I've just given you a basic overview of how this is all gone. Lindsey Graham, and the others pointed out last week that William bar has been friends with Muller for many years, their wives even at ten bible studies together. Secretly. Let me how many of you. When you heard Muller's wife does bible study thought, what doesn't fit just asking. I mean, if you're running if you're if you're part of an of an overall silent coup if you are essentially. Part of an effort. To get Donald Trump thrown out of office. How religious are you? I've had people make that observation to me. But I mean, there's no question with this is this is a gigantic silent coup designed to get rid of Donald Trump. Diane Feinstein, or you're gonna make sure this investigation goes on you're going to make sure the American people found out you're gonna make sure the American she's already assuming that Muller's got the goods, and her questioning Tobar was you gonna make sure we all know, how the Russians metal you're gonna make sure that we all know how the Russians and Trump work together in Barsha jumped to Senator. Well, of course within the framework at rules for him. We're gonna law. Absolutely, no fear for me is what might or might not happen regarding my good friend. Bob muller. I guess it was supposed to reassure us. All this bible, study, business and. Muller and bar being best buddies. And there was a there was a memo that bar wrote. It was seventeen or eighteen pages long. And it was out of the blue. And he's the former attorney general, and I should tell you that. The. Inside the beltway legal community just thinks this guy hung the moon. I'm not exaggerate. I've talked I can't tell you. How many people I've spoken to people that I trust in the legal judiciary community who think this guy is just the best that Trump could not have chosen any body better. Nobody is even close. That is the promoter that this guy comes to these hearings today with that there's nobody else better suited for the job. Nobody better when he wrote a memo out of the clear blue as as just an interested lawyer, and it seventeen or eighteen pages, and it basically tuck. Muller's obstruction investigation to task and bars memo, which which again, not ask nobody asked him to write it. It wasn't an op Ed for newspaper. It was just decided to write it. He wanted to weigh in on it. He knows that. He has cachet. He knows that. He carries a lot of weight. He knows as a career legal beagle. Former attorney general George H W Bush, that's many moons ago. That's like twenty five twenty eight years ago, and he was a turning general back then. In fact, there are still two members of the judiciary committee who were members of the committee when he first went through his hearings all those years ago. One of them is Pat leaky Lahey. Senator depends am I think the other ones Senator Grassley. At any rate. He took Muller's obstruction investigation to task on the basis the theory that it's not obstruction for the president to fire the FBI director bar, by the way is also the director of the FBI. He was the head of the CIA. He's the head of the DR. He's been chairman of joint chiefs of staff. He has been the national security adviser, I'm exaggerating. My point this guy has been everything there is to be in government. So he writes this metal. The nobody asked into it's not targeted were not an op-ed the newspaper is not an article to think tank. He just writes it and it gets out and he claims that looking into Trump for obstruction is a mistake, and it's wrongheaded because the executive has declared authority to fire anybody in the executive branch. So he's being peppered with questions today about that memo from the likes the Democrats Dianne Feinstein, Sheldon Whitehouse Lawler rest of that clown show that they have on the left side of the aisle there. And there was that really a job application, Mr. bar was that was that really just that memo. You just tell Trump you wanted a job as AG, and you were trying to signal the Trump that you were going to fire Muller, and you're to you're going to make sure this semester goes nowhere. And you put this memo the investigations really off the rails. There was a job applicant. No Senator was not a job. I think Senator. And if I really really really wanted to apply for jobs and Trump ministration are far more direct ways. I apply them to write a seventeen or eighteen nineteen page memo because everybody knows Trump can't we'd be on page one. He didn't say that. But that's the assumption. Of course, it's not that Trump can't read beyond page one. It's that he doesn't because he's not interested enough stereotypes. So I'm I'm I'm sorry. Professor Dershowitz say, yeah. Democrat votes because everybody a town loves him. I don't know. I I think people still don't get because they may be too close to it. The genu. It's it's more than a partisan divide. Whatever is happening in that town. Partisanship wise. It's more than a divide. There isn't even bridge. In fact, you might even say that there are walls built. To keep Democrats crossing over one way and Republicans the other way. Of course, the Republicans don't that walls stop them when they want to agree with them agrees. So we'll we'll see how this goes, we're we're we're reduce your to asking the same questions is bar. Just saying this stuff because he has to say it. They get confirmed. Or does he really mean all this? But Muller would never hunt. Winches Muller's the greatest guy that's ever lived second to me himself. Not me. That that Muller would never do anything wrong. Muller would never even think about doing me wrong, Muller's wife, my wife, go to bible study. They would never think about doing any wrong. I would never fire Muller. I would never impede. I won't let Trump impede Muller. I won't let Trump know. What's in the report in advance? I'm not gonna let Trump do anything. I'm I'm basically here to make sure Trump doesn't get do any more damage. He saying this stuff does he mean it or is this just what has to be said. We won't know. For for a while. So it basically boils down to is is he with Trump and thinks the Trump the swamp needs to be emptied or his eve there to defend the swamp in a stealth fashion from the administration of Trump, the most powerful name.

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