17 Burst results for "Senator Howard"
"senator howard" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Kind of two garbled to hear. This is the kind of sounds like a coin operated version of space invaders. Here's being played inside a washing machine. But it is Senator Howard Baker and Richard Nixon on that tape Nixon at one point on the tape can be heard saying and if it does get rough you may have to turn and get away from this. You were going to have to get away from this. That's President Nixon essentially coaching the top Republican on the Senate Watergate incre- agree Howard Baker that Baker's going to have to figure out a way to shut the Watergate investigation down if it goes in a way that's to adverse to Nixon at any point all right so this a secret meeting at the White House Top Republican on the committee and the President WHO's under investigation. That's bad right in terms of this idea that this was going to be an impartial openminded. You just seeking the facts inquiry. Mayors the top Republican on that inquiry later admitting that he considered himself to be secretly in cahoots with President Nixon from the outset and he was intending to steer the thing as much as he could to protect Nixon's interests except as Howard Baker would later. Explain things veered off for him in an unexpected direction. Notwithstanding that initial the attitude that he had toward the Watergate scandal the initial way that he saw his own role as a Nixon loyalist Republican on that committee. Things didn't work out that way because at that secret meeting at the White House were Howard. Baker went up there to tell president. Nixon hey listen. Don't put this this on your schedule. Let's just meet off the books I just want to assure you. I'm GonNa Take Care of you on this committee when he went up to the White House to go meet with Nixon in that meeting something happened. That changed Howard Bakers on course when it came to Watergate. Something happened about meeting that. In fact change the course of American history. Watch this When the Committee was constituted I felt well? You know it's not gonna about device just just democratic effort to embarrass him but the election's over and That's what I thought and indeed I called President Action on the telephone. I said Mr Mr President. I am the senior Republican on this committee and I would like to come down and talk to you and he said of course. I did the next day I remember and he was in his his office. said the old eob the old executive office building across the street from the Oval Office Edward. I walked in. I said something like Mr President. macedon remember this comedian needed. I want to protect your rights. I'm your friend and I'm the senior pub. He said I thank you and we chatted for a few minutes and then I said this I guess yes. It was important point in my life because then I said That I do hope my friend John Mitchell have any problems and mix. It said well Howard he may at a light bulb went off in my head and I decided you know Baker. You don't know as much about the situation as you think queued. And you'd better put your head down and charge into this thing and let the facts fall where they will. That was not offered. When you find a single moment hold a defining moment when you make a decision of that magnitude but that was such a moment and I decided that notwithstanding personal friendship with Dixon that he had campaigned for me and my racist for the Senate that he was a Republican president? I was a cedar notwithstanding all of that this was a very serious matter that I know much about it. I'd better better find out and that's what I decided to do that. And I hope it does not something to me to say that but I think we did a pretty good job with it. Hope it doesn't sound vain one of me to say it but I think we did a pretty good job with it. We all know how it worked out. Terms of that investigation right that was Senator Howard Baker speaking more than thirty years after after Watergate in an interview looking back at two thousand five talking about that defining moment when he realized that his preconceptions about Watergate his hope and his expectation his old friend John Mitchell wasn't implicated in this scandal his sort of partisan self-assurance about the president's innocence and the scandal handle being some democratic invention. This moment when he realized you know what. Maybe I'm wrong about all of that. And so he decided to drop his preconceived Steve Notions and his plans to use the inquiry to try to protect the president and instead he decided in that moment he said like a light bulb went off. He decided in that moment that he would actually be humble about it that he would stop assuming that he knew everything there was to know about this and instead he would try to find out the facts and follow them wherever they would leave. The central question at this point is simply put. What did the president know? No and when did he know it. That's the same Howard. Baker has famous crystallizing question from the Watergate inquiry. What did the president know? And when did he know it you know. Even at the time he asked that in the Watergate trial a Watergate investigation Howard Baker didn't know the answer. He didn't know at that point when he asked that question. What Nixon when Nixon knew it at that point in the investigation Howard Baker was still hoping that Nixon would be shown to be out of loop that the facts would prove that Nixon was unaware of what was going on in this scandal but in fact he agreed to follow the evidence as it came to light and Howard Baker the rest of the Watergate Committee Republicans and Democrats would go on to discover that there was important new evidence? They needed to look at that. Shed light on the president's direct involvement involvement in the scandal including the tapes that were made at the White House and despite all of his preconceptions which he later copped to his preconceptions is prejudices his intentions coming into it. Howard Baker followed the facts and ended up joining with the Democratic leadership? The Watergate Committee to demand that the White House tapes be handed over and in so doing the Watergate inquiry produced evidence of the president's guilt beyond any reasonable doubt and that is why Richard Nixon resigned the presidency rather than be forced out of office by a certain bipartisan vote in the US Senate Baker. You don't know as much about the situation issue as you think you do and you.
"senator howard" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Elliot francis thursday's debate provided some combative exchanges former v._p. joe biden was forced to defend his record on race with tough questions from senator kamla hours from karen keva in miami generation gloves off during an electric round two of the first immigration presidential debate in miami america does not one witness a food fight they wanna know how we're going to put food on their table four of the ten candidates at the n._b._c. news debate among the top polling democratic hopefuls including former vice president joe biden his front runner status making him a target joe biden was right when he said it was time to pass the torch to a new generation of americans thirty two years ago he's still today still hold on that torch senator commonly harris challenging biden for invoking his work with segregationists at a recent fundraiser in miami i'm karen kay drew the second night of debate to a close with calls for new generation of leadership pledges to protect reproductive rights and promises to move beyond the divisiveness of president trump's tenure senator howard said she'd focus on kitchen table issues while mayor p buddha judge insisted generational changes needed in the white house president trump and putin meeting this morning at the sidelines on the twenty summit until sokha japan and bob costantini is their first time together since the helsinki summit when the american leaders seemed to side with putin's claim russia did not interfere in the two thousand sixteen election This employee. Some disarmament. responding to a question even as news crews were being let out and amid the noise of staff yelling mr trump said to putin with a smart don't really election bob costantini with the president of soccer japan since passed the senate version.
"senator howard" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Hey there. Russian. And it's a good one has been. Okay, governor Tony you talk about a return to civility where have you been for the last eight years, the SEC who's driving this stuff? I mean, Republicans call it Walker derangement syndrome for a reason. Very good reason. The implication, as we note here in the piece is that this people before politics democrat, Tony will bind up Wisconsin's partisan wounds inflicted by the Republican controlled legislature, and particularly conservative governor Scott Walker as we know there is enough ill will in Wisconsin politics to simultaneously, choke, a donkey and in elephant, but the new governor seems to discount the seeds of all that nastiness the left's unhinged hatred for Walker and anyone who would dare help him deliver conservative reforms to state government. Hey, we can disagree on policy and we can disagree vehemently. But catch Monday's edition of macgyver institute. Shameless plug for you. But we talked to Senator Howard Mark line southwest. Wisconsin. You should see the emails that he received over the extraordinary session over that time period. Civility died a long time ago who killed it. That's the question. Tony Everts needs think about probably should turn to his left. Maybe. All right. Got to get on outta here. Always enjoy being with you. Thanks to tire producer until we talk again kettles, say make it a great weekend goodbye, so long. God bless. News weather traffic, and the no nonsense perspective of an honest, man. It's Jay Weber weekday mornings six to nine..
"senator howard" Discussed on 600 WREC
"He's got the bit of evidence that everybody's been looking for that finally going to get rid of Trump. And so the story is even though Pelosi doesn't want to impeach. She may have no choice wants a Mullah report hit. And I'm just warning you that there are more Republicans than you know, that are going to eagerly eagerly, join democrat efforts, there's all kinds of Republicans on every one of these committees. And the Republicans used to chairman do chair them now. I mean Adler says we're gonna look at taxes weren't look at tax returns. We're going to look at Trump's wealth. And what relationship it has to Russia and Putin we're gonna look at every we're going to subpoena, and we're gonna demand, and we're gonna demand people show up here. And that's just Nadler, then you're gonna have Adam Schiff, and his committee will do whatever they gonna do. There's about twenty of them, folks. That are going to be devoted to doing. Nothing. But getting rid of Donald Trump. Not by wave impeachment, by the way. They're going to try to do it by forcing every Republican in the congress house and Senate that they can to abandon Trump. They are going to try to stab circumstances. Where some Senator some member of congress is going to one day have to make a fateful trip to the White House. Tell President Trump that he's lost all support. And that he's got two choices. You can either resign. Or undergo the impeachment process? That's what they did with Nixon. They made sure Nixon have no support for an eventual impeachment or for anything else. And they said Howard Baker Senator Howard Baker up there to tell Nixon a buddy you've lost us. You don't have anybody. It's now or never you gotta go. But they're they're not gonna I mean, they're going to do their best to find impeachable offenses. But I don't whether they actually follow through on that or not don't know. But I do know they're going to try which is an expanded effort of what they have been trying up to now the whole focus of all of this has been two separate you Trump supporters from Trump. And you've held solid. Oh, a couple interesting stories here to related to the elections in Georgia and Florida in Florida an analysis of exit poll data shows that Ron Disentis the Republican and winner got a far greater percentage of the African American vote and Hispanic vote than anybody can believe I don't have the numbers in front of me. But it's big in Georgia. Camp got more African American votes in anybody imagine and somebody and the African American organization Georgia architect and livid about this air calling these black people voted for Kemp traders, and who knows uncle TOMS. Why did it happen? Why did it happen? Because folks, you know, the conventional wisdom is that as America's demography changes. So goes, the white majority and the Republican party as more Americans become people of color. As more Americans constituted by illegal immigrants is more Americans become Hispanic and African American why that's it. That's it. Republicans are finished and white Christian. Males are finished. That's it. So if that's true, why did the Santa's win with a larger percentage of African Americans than anybody can believe? There's a very simple policy related answer. I'll share it with you. The most powerful name and talk radio rush. Networks six hundred Tony.
"senator howard" Discussed on We The People
"That. Professor ruler. Of course response to a number of points accumulated, including I e said that the quotation from Senator Howard that you've relied on was also relied on by Michael Anton in the national review. He's the spokesperson for the national Security Council on whom President Trump relied and accused suggesting that there was a or inserted into quote changed its meaning the quotas. This will not of course, include persons born in the United States who were foreigners aliens. And then I suppose around town inserted an or who belonged to the families embassador. And then then professor. Amore also introduced the one KMart case. So your thoughts about why that case which applied to the children of legal aliens does not apply to the children illegally lands would be great. Actually, I'm the one who originally insight is the or in quote because I thought it clarified it. And I still think it's a the or bracketed or is justified. I wrote a response to the editors of national review, which they posted a justifying the use of the or using the Jacob Howard's of words. Because after all he said that the reason that he didn't repeat the language of the Civil Rights Act saying Indians, not taxed are excluded. Was that he regarded Indians as foreigners. So in that statement that he made he resisted including the Indians it in the fourteenth amendment language because he regarded them as foreigners in having a foreign nation. He said we've always thought of Indians as being members of foreign nations. And so they were part of the foreigners that that he included there. I gave a plenty of other evidence, including the Civil Rights Act of eighteen sixty six in which he said, those who are subject to a foreign power where are are not eligible for birthright citizenship. I don't. See how you can get any clearer than that. But I think that. Professor Amar would reasons the fourteenth amendment is somehow repealing the Civil Rights Act the bay sixty six because the civil rights activities, they sick doesn't fact exclude those who are subject to a foreign power from earthrights citizenship. So that people who come here illegally are obviously subject to a foreign power and the Civil Rights Act to excluded them from a birthright citizenship. And now he would say fourteenth amendment includes them in birthright citizenship. So you have an incompatibility between the fourteenth amendment in the Civil Rights Act of eighteen sixty six and I don't know of anyone who makes that argument. Now, I don't know what. Statute, the professor is referring to. But I don't believe that. There is any case on point that says except in dicta that says as the children of illegal aliens are considered to be. Citizens of the the United States. I don't think there is a case. And I don't think the player versus though does say that after all the children that were involved in that case were in fact, illegal aliens until I don't think that cases is on. Let me just say something about one Kim arc the argument in one KMart. We have to remember that his parents were legal Ilian 's they were in the country legally, but they were not eligible they could never become citizens of the United States. They were barred from. Citizenship by treaty and by statute, and they profess allegiance to the emperor of China. So. One Kamarck was born in the United station the question of whether or not he was the citizen of the United States is now Justice great who wrote the majority decision..
"senator howard" Discussed on We The People
"He was obviously referring to the Civil Rights Act of eighteen sixty six which had been passed over president Johnson's veto only six six weeks earlier. And the Civil Rights Act of eighteen sixty six was the first definition of citizenship after the the ratification of the thirteenth amendment. And remember this was passed by a two-thirds majority of both houses of the congress. So it enjoyed widespread support of the congress, and that the definition of citizenship said all persons border naturalized and not subject to a foreign power were citizens of the United States. So Jacob Howard submitted the citizenship clause. He knew that the Civil Rights Act of eighteen sixty six did not include persons who were subject to a foreign power. And so the citizenship clause that he entered ucsd. As you read at the outset. Was read to the floor of the Senate in someone objected immediately that this would include native persons Senator Howard's that no it would not because they were considered to be foreign nations, and they didn't know allegiance to the United States, but they owed allegiance to their tribes. There were considered to be four nations. In other words, they're considered to be foreigners. Not owning allegiance the United States Senator Trumbull who had been the author of the Civil Rights Act debate team sixty six came to the support of Senator Howard said, yes, meet a subject to the jurisdiction met owing allegiance to the United States. Not owning allegiance to any other country owing complete allegiance United States. Subject to complete jurisdiction of the United States. And that's what we take to me to be the meaning of the jurisdiction clause of the fourteenth amendment. At doesn't mean subject to the laws of the United States or merely subject to the courts of the United States. It means owing allegiance sue tonight'd states being subject to complete jurisdiction of the United States. And the exclusion of those who are not subject to birthright citizenship means those who allegiance to foreign nations who are subject to foreign nations. They are excluded, and I presume that means that children born to illegal aliens whose parents oh allegiance. Other nations would be excluded from jurisdiction of the United States professor remark..
"senator howard" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Get the book cop under fire all great stuff right there at the website. Make sure you stop by. Let's let's talk about the fourteenth amendment. I don't know if you and I agree me encapsulate. What I think about the fourteenth amendment the birthright part of the fourteenth amendment. I believe is in there. It says if you're born or naturalized in this country and you're subject to the jurisdiction thereof. You're a citizen people are are confusing. The jurisdiction there of to mean for the parents, I say it means. The child wants to Childs born into citizen the fourteenth amendment is written horribly. I think you, and I agree that the birthright for somebody who's bringing up coming over illegally and dropping anchor baby should go away. But we have to make it go away by by warning that amendment better the original intent by the Senator Howard was not for aliens, not for for foreign dignitaries. Not for anybody who wasn't already a citizen or under the jurisdiction thereof. But they wrote it horribly. I think it has to be changed. Do you think that it has to be changed or do you think the way that it's worded right now doesn't confer birthright citizenship to the children? No, we don't need to change it. We don't need to change a constant some people second amendment is poorly written what we need to do is clarify congress and is court never ruled on a birthright citizenship. Illegal aliens. They've never ruled out. There have been other court cases, what is L Wilkins. I think one is slaughterhouse in any other one is the the Wong Kim ark. Which dealt with people permanently residing in the United States legally. I think the long cases one the hang their hats on because that was from eighteen ninety something and it did say, well, he's a citizen because and you're saying that that's still doesn't go far enough. We haven't really ruled on this. All right. So we need to have this discussion of Dennis land up in a supreme court. And that's okay. But there's a misunderstanding. I think I think it's a misinterpretation to think that the way the thing is written means all persons born in the United States. But it says that second part is the second Claus and subject to the jurisdiction of here's what that means. My understanding short of illegal concept is it means that you have an allegiance to the United States. If you're in the country legally, you don't wanna leave. Agency, United States you have an allegiance to the nation entered came from. So it says or the United States so the early legal aliens child can say or they could say on child is born in the United States. The second part you have an allegiance to the United States in the country illegally. Yeah. That's what the court is gonna. I think focus on that and subject to the jurisdiction of the United States are not going to focus on the born in the United States clause, or you know, part of it. And that's what they'll decide, but the fact is president has made it clear, this is part of the problem, by the way this birthright citizenship universal. Best of race people using universal birthrights that right here exists in the constitution. However, at least a chain migration. Does. You and I could agree to that. The mother has to go back whether the kid is a citizen or not you're going back to you broke the law. Dad can't come grandma can't come te'o and Tia can't come. I you and I agree wholeheartedly on that let me just say one bit about the jurisdiction thereof. And I'm not as smart as you are you're you're law enforcement guy, and I'm willing to to to hear your side night that we need a lot of sense but the jurisdiction thereof..
"senator howard" Discussed on KTOK
"So at best it would force a court battle to clearly interpret the fourteenth amendment's. And to me that's at best at worst waste a lot of time and money. Those that are trying to interpret it for just like the same ones that are trying to interpret the second amendment that don't understand the right of the people keep us exactly same ones, you're saying. Well, they didn't have all these weapons in mind when they wrote that. Let's see here. Kev, Kev is writing via social media Lee. Although the constitution of seventeen eighty mentioned citizens. It did not define citizenship. It was an eighteen sixty eight the definition of citizenship entered the constitution with the ratification of the fourteenth amendment familiar language. And then they give the amendment which you've already been over. Indeed during the bait over the amendment. Senator Jacob power, the author of the citizenship clause attempted to assure skeptical colleagues of the language was not intended to make Indian citizens of the United States Indians. He conceded. We're born within the nation's geographical, but he steadfastly maintained that they were not subject to the jurisdiction because they own allegiance to the tribes and not to the US jurisdiction. Understood this as allegiance Senator Howard explained excludes not only Indians but persons born in the United States who are foreign foreigners aliens who belong to the families of ambassadors. Or foreign ministers, thus subject to the jurisdiction does not simply mean as it calmly is commonly thought today subject to American laws or courts, it means owing exclusive political allegiance to the US. So this is from Kev using your interpretation. I would say that. Okay. Yeah. If you are in if you come into the United States illegally, you can't just plop a baby. And then say he's a citizen or she is a citizen therefore, I deserve citizenship. Pretty clear mountain man's on. Newsradio went down some KT. Okay. Hi. You know, also though that Paul. That was written up in the.
"senator howard" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Mark. I wanna tell you. I am appalled and disgusted by what Dianne Feinstein is doing. It's the same thing that Senator Howard Metzenbaum did to Clarence Thomas, and I have a personal history. When I was young liberal utopian before I read your books. I was on the staff of Senator Howard Metzenbaum Senator Metzenbaum staff to get back to school go on with other things in my life. And over the years, I gradually woke up to the failures of over liberalism. But as you know, Senator Howard Metzenbaum who came up with this with Anita hill. This absolute smear campaign that they use at the last minute. And that's what they're doing again. Now with this anonymous letter and Dianne Feinstein, the great feminist knows exactly what she's doing with. Now, she does eighty four years old trying to hold onto power. It's unbelievable. Well, I gotta tell you. I'm drawing attention to myself. But I I wrote a book that now out of print. So I stand to gain nothing from this. I wrote a book about the turning points, which left the left and one of them was a chapter called the the fall and rise of Clarence Thomas. And my book, I won't even name the book. I don't need to name the book. That's fine. Okay. Let's called leaving the left moments in the news that made me shamed. To be a liberal and one of those moments. Mark one of those moments was when so-called the hustlers known as civil rights leaders came out and actually said we can't have Clarence Thomas on the court because he doesn't think like a black, man. I said to myself, I became a liberal because I didn't think we ask how black people think. Why don't we believed in Martin Luther King? So here's a funny little angle on this Jenny Thomas. The wife of Clarence Thomas was in the bookstore. I believe with Clarence she saw this book and she picked it up. Call leaving the left. She saw. There was a chapter on Clarence Thomas. She invited me to come and bring my eight year old son the supreme court anytime I wanted to meet. The associate Justice Clarence Thomas, and we did I haven't been in touch with Clarence Thomas since then I have great respect for him. But what Dianne Feinstein is doing. It's absolutely appalling. All right, my friend. I appreciate it. Let's go to Chris farmers. Ville, Illinois, great. Hey, good morning. Good morning. Good evening. Mark. I want to bring out this whole climate change fallacy new, and I know if the United States doesn't know where the world then they have their head buried in the sand the earth has been going through climate change since it was formed created long after we're gone. It's gonna go through climate change again until the sun turns into four star in basically develops the whole earth. There's a doctor and his name is ROY Spencer out of UAB have not heard from him. Of course. I know who he is. Okay. Why are all these people on the left? I mean, it's blaming Trump. Does he have a weather machine that he controls them? Because it's now you ask the question. It's now instinctive, and you can see it all over the media. I've never seen anything like it. It's embarrassing. I mean, Joe Scarborough. I would like to reach the TV slap on his face and say, you used to be friends with Trump you were so far up Trump's, but you guys were best buddies. That's right. You just want to take him down in does. He actually believe the crappy spewing out of his mouth. It doesn't matter. He does. And he does it every day, and he gets paid a whole lot of money to do it. You know, what I hope Trump does he gets rid of sessions EFI elections, and he puts a call out to you know, I wouldn't do it. But I appreciate it, buddy. I really do. Let us go to Sherry in flippin, Arkansas. Is that an actual town? It is okay. Homer ranger boats. Okay. My question is about spring court in article three where that the justices shall only served during times of good behavior. So what is the procedure or protocol at and who decides what good behavior is? Okay. Well, you know, they tried to impeach a Justice. Salmon chase. They tried to impeach your Justice or Thomas Jefferson was behind move to do so and he failed. And so he tried to impeach him. Because they felt that his opinion was so off the Mark that he should be able to be removed and that failed and from that time forward. It's been the tradition that that's not the basis for impeaching judge or a Justice. So to answer your question, it's it's clearly more significant than whether or not you agree or disagree with an opinion. I'm not speaking about an opinion. It's when betas. Ginsberg said that Egypt should not look to our constitution. And if she doesn't believe in that is that not bad apparently are talking about an opinion. Not even a written opinion voiced opinion. Well, if we start down that road, man, you can see that they'd be impeaching our guys we'd be impeaching guys. And the next thing we have pitchforks and all the rest of it. I'm just not going there. Ladies and gentlemen. Thank you. Sir up. Why don't you pop up? A.
"senator howard" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Mark. I'm going to tell you. I am a paldon disgusted by what Dianne Feinstein is doing the same thing that Senator Howard Metzenbaum did to Clarence Thomas, and I have a personal history when I was young liberal and utopian before I read your books. I was on the staff of Senator Howard Metzenbaum Senator Metzenbaum staff to get back to school go on with other things in my life. And over the years, I gradually woke up to the failures of over liberalism. But as you know, it was Senator Howard Metzenbaum who came up with this with Anita hill. This absolute smear campaign that they use at the last minute. And that's what they're doing again. Now with this anonymous letter and Dianne Feinstein, the great feminist knows exactly what she's doing with. Now, she does eighty four years old trying to hold onto power. It's unbelievable. Well, I gotta tell you. I'm drawing attention to myself. But I I wrote a book lives now out of print. So I stand to gain nothing from this. I wrote a book about the turning points, which I left to the left and one of them was a chapter called the the fall and rise of Clarence Thomas. And my book, I won't even named the book. I don't need to look again. Name the book. That's fine. Okay. Let's called leaving the left moments in the news that made me ashamed to be a liberal and one of those moments. Mark one of those moments was when so-called the hustlers known as civil rights leaders came out and actually said we can't have Clarence Thomas on the court because he doesn't think like a black, man. I said to myself, I became a liberal because I didn't think we ask how black people think I don't we believed in Martin Luther King. So here's a funny little angle on Jimmy Thomas. The wife of Clarence Thomas was in the bookstore. I believe with Clarence she saw this book and she picked it up. Call leaving the left you saw. There was a chapter on Clarence Thomas. She invited me to come and bring my eight year old son, the supreme court anytime, I wanted to meet the associate Justice Clarence Thomas, and we did I haven't been in touch with Clarence Thomas since then, and I have great respect for him. But what Dianne Feinstein is doing is absolutely appalling. All right, my friend. I appreciate it. Let's go to Chris farmers. Ville, Illinois, great. Hey, good morning. Good morning. Good evening. Mark. I want to bring out the whole climate change fallacy new, and I know the United States doesn't know where the world then they have their head buried in the sand. The earth has been going through climate change since it was formed and created long after work on it's gonna go through climate change again until the sun turns into dwarf star in basically develops the whole birth. There's a doctor and his name is ROY Spencer out of UAB have heard from him. Of course. I know who he is. Okay. Why are all these people on the left? I mean, it's blaming Trump. Does he have a weather machine that he controls to them because it's now? Well, you asked the question it's now instinctive, and you can see it all over the media. I've never seen anything like it. It's embarrassing. I mean, Joe Scarborough I would like to reach the TV and slap on his face and say, you used to be friends with Trump you were so far up Trump's, but you guys were best buddies. That's right. You just want to take him down in does. He actually believe the crappy spewing out of his mouth. It doesn't matter. He does. And he does it every day, and he gets paid a whole lot of money to do it. You know, what I hope Trump does he gets rid of sessions EFI elections, and he puts. Call out to you know, I wouldn't do it. But I appreciate it, buddy. I really do. Let us go to Sherry in flippin, Arkansas. Is that an actual town? It is okay. Home ranger both. Okay. My question is about spring court and article three where it says justices during times of good behavior. So what is the procedure or protocol at and who decides what good behavior? Okay. Well, you know, they tried to impeach a Justice. Salmon chase. They tried to impeach Justice or Thomas Jefferson was behind the move to do so and he failed. And so he tried to impeach him. Because they felt that his opinion was so off the Mark that he should be able to be removed and that failed and from that time forward. It was it's been the tradition that that's not the basis for impeaching a judge or a Justice. So tantric question, it's it's clearly more significant than whether or not you agree or disagree with an opinion. I'm not speaking about an opinion. It's when Ruth betas. Ginsberg said that Egypt should not look to our constitution. And if she doesn't believe in that is that not bad apparently are.
"senator howard" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Mark. I'm going to tell you. I am an paldon disgusted by what Dianne Feinstein is doing the same thing that Senator Howard Metzenbaum did to Clarence Thomas, and I have a personal history. When I was young liberal utopian before I read your books. I was on the staff of Senator Howard Metzenbaum Senator Bob staff to get back to school go on with other things in my life. And over the years, I gradually woke up to the failures of over liberalism. But as you know, it was Senator Howard Metzenbaum who came up with this with Anita hill. This absolute smear campaign that they use at the last minute. And that's what they're doing again. Now with this anonymous letter and Dianne Feinstein, the great feminist knows exactly what she's doing with us. Yes. She does eighty four years old trying to hold onto power. It's unbelievable. Well, I gotta tell you I drawing attention to myself. But I I wrote a book lives now out of print. So I stand to gain nothing from this. I wrote a book about the turning points, which I left to the left and one of them was a chapter called the fall and rise of Clarence Thomas. And my book, I won't even name the book. I don't need to name the book. That's fine. Okay. Called leaving the left moments in the news that made me shamed. To be a liberal and one of those moments. Mark one of those moments was when so-called the hustlers known as civil rights leaders came out and actually said we can't have Clarence Thomas on the court because he doesn't think like a black man, I said to myself, I became a liberal because I didn't think we ask how black people think. Why don't we believed in Martin Luther King? So here's the funny little angle on this Jammie Thomas. The wife of Clarence Thomas was in the bookstore. I believe with Clarence she saw this book and shoot up leaving the left. She saw. There was a chapter on Clarence Thomas. She invited me to come and bring my eight year old son, the supreme court anytime, I wanted to meet the associate Justice Clarence Thomas, and we did I haven't been in touch with Clarence Thomas since then, and I have great respect for him. But what Dianne Feinstein is doing. It's absolutely appalling. All right, my friend. I appreciate it. Let's go to Chris farmers. Ville, Illinois, great. Hey, good morning. Good morning. Good evening. Mark. Yes, sir. I want to bring out this whole climate change fallacy new, and I know. If the United States doesn't know where the world then they have their head buried in the sand. Derek has been going through climate change since it was formed and created long after we're gone. It's going to go through climate change again until the sun turns into four star in basically develops the whole bird. There's a doctor and his name is ROY Spencer out of UAB heard from him. Of course. I know who he is. Okay. Why are all these people on the left? I mean, it's blaming Trump. Does he have a weather machine that he controls.
"senator howard" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"This was a little right oh what happened pas were second suv scott little struse contracts should a used dear and headlights because that's blunting reference that laser inera ethnic you're not against universal background checks though right oh like the ones that failed in california that have failed in colorado i mean i do believe that one of the things that we need to do is make sure that states are reporting fully and accurately which they're not doing all of their criminal convictions to the national everyone's thought except for us don't of whether she got like them teased by a flicked with like a fox laser oliver briefly taste and then oh and then she remembered that her doctor whites are talking point what what i thought this was a safe space yamasaki challenging questions branchville lead how we'll snowflake you dana anita in san antonio hello and you're one guy to morning that dino welsh is lent give to people on our fight she looks terrible terrible spokesperson people just cannot banned her yeah um i wonder if justice kennedy is re uh thirty senator howard announced it at the kennedy view would be retiring this summer to try to get republicans riled up to vote when he said that he goes oh the slogan obese base going round it well he had better get our base go and that's for sure he had better get our base go on because you can kiss marriage equality bye by all kinds of civil rights union rights all that is just gonna be gone young jeff has kennedy is great that he's better than with donald trump will replace them with yeah yeah were mike pence were god no mike then yes dear god all right now rightly human they're already taken away some abortion rights in mississippi young you bet no kidding i got up to go the a speaking marriage equality you see what they just aware the travis photography tennessee deserve difference sorry what happened there are now open so don't know those britain owner john the state house republicans in tennessee effectively killed a bill to ban child marriage in.
"senator howard" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"Momentum a loss of there um of their voice in uh the government you know when the us senate well i may i a bit optout man i can't remember the word i was going to say but it just the eat absolutely drives me nuts because while what a senator howard said he met with all the right intentions hey we don't want the state's trading one class of people long it opened pandora's box for the federal government and a bunch of political ruling a lead us to define what that is and then to force the states into compliance and all of the in the long run wild while in the beginning threatening the suffered to the states uh seemed the right thing to do in the long run it has opened the door and created a um an atmosphere for tyranny it drives me absolutely batty because we have a political class today who now is convinced that's right convinced that this is what they should do that they should young hold back any suffrage to the states that they should i believe what a bunch of judges interpret the constitution to mean like hamilton want it rather than the black letter of wa the black letter the law means nothing to them well then we'll veteran anchorman and want that to happen on unless the judges who have been over and start being more of a rebel uh and then it will be bringing up the congress the path lov uh because they could hinder big what they want accompli food judicial review with like the democrats now oh in california surfer in another big states rights advocates because they other than the state's right thought to be able to go out and nbc sanctuary city in a little bit of california were trying to be a sanctuary state and the uh uh the democrats held power in dc and the republicans fell power in california ldp can california up with federal for privacy and that these states have no right to do that and federal immigration laws constitutional which it owes they would be right in that regard but you know it's just a matter of uh uh who's on her face and hands right well tight my friend jasbi as you say ah right tribe wrong tried um and.
"senator howard" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"He nodded in he listened to what i said the other occasion was uh that about illegal aliens need to be removed from this country they shouldn't be given amnesty and every time i get a chance i'll send him a little note on twitter uh no amnesty no daca and there are no birthright islet citizenship either because that's another attraction for illegals to come to this country and draw on our resources coverage zipper constitutional issue to reorder the ah uh they you know this has to stop we need to stop the incentives uh for them but he's a very carrying very compassionate man uh very emotional one of the times he signed a poster of my son in he looked at me he says is this you soon they said yes he goes oh nice looking man witted nice looking man and he just nodded i'll with sadness some be evil bowl an he signed the autographed his picture he spoke store in and kissed his picture in kissed each one of our children's picture so very carrying very loving man i received an email the other day from a gentleman who's reading are one of my books my first book 25 nef's of the united states constitution and he's from out of the state so i'm going to assume he heard about the book uh through the radio program i didn't ask him uh black johnny asked me about the fourteenth amendment and uh what i talk when i say in 25 miss regarding for uh the fourteenth amendment when it comes to citizenship clause which is where birthright citizenship is a derived from uh i'm very explicit on how i explain that of that clause was never intended to be abused in the way as be an abuse it was the two gentlemen who wrote that particular cause were set or clause in the us constitution fourteenth amendment this citizenship clause senator howard and senator trumbull and when asked by congress while they were getting ready to vote on it what they meant by the language in the clause says all right so all persons born united states aunt or natural allies and subject.
"senator howard" Discussed on KKAT
"The politics setting the record straight clear utah conservative politicians get even with the local liberal media the populist politicians evil democrats of the rhinos are trying to undermine utah republican party smack down saturday morning we are giving here is far of old media more claude urged at demonized the legislature turned down for a what what what good morning utah i am senator howard stevenson and i'm conner boyer back with liberties institute and you're listening to inside utah politics setting the record straight where we bring you two hours of red meat radio as an alternative to those sissy saturday morning guard shows good morning went around good morning connor that's name discussion right i i still feel that i have an iceberg tip of knowledge about this but i need to know more we're gonna we're gonna expand this bitcoin discussion this cryptocurrency discussion because i think our listeners need to know whether you feel you understand it or not this is extremely important to you and your future and the secure already of your assets the question is would you want have wanted to know more about the internet back in the early days of email it's now revolutionized our world i think we're at that point with this technology where it behooves us to understand more because it's going to begin to impact much more of our lives are industry and everything else so uh now gore invented the internet internet maybe that's why a lot of conservatives didn't wanna learn about it real or early on but or at least he claimed to uh but the person who invented bitcoin cryptocurrency said toshie knock komodo and whether he's a person or she's a person or group of persons we don't know if i own probably never will know what we found out who deep throat was with uh with the nixon fiasco yeah but we've probably never know who the end why don't they want to be known as a great question will have to ask them as should they ever be revealed one thing i find fascinating is this person or groups.
"senator howard" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"What you hopefully we'll do red meat to nevada's republican base because of repeated promises heller made candidate heller in two thousand twelve will also have to repeal this new healthcare bill obamacare 21 new taxes it's killing the middle class senator heller 2017 i'm telling you right now i cannot support the peace of legislation inches away from imos america's and hundreds of thousands of the entire republican party promised to repeal and replace obamacare and they got elected based on that promise and now they're all liars and they've neither gotta do their job or we got a primary everyone them and knock them out one ends on dean heller one and john everyone we heard the same call from some republican voters looking ahead to next year's nevada republican primary as a strong contender within the republican party today data vote form of i'd probably reluctantly vote for just for lack of better options but then again it depends on whose gonna run against him i say this is cannibalism going on right they're eating the wrong political commentator john ralston says heller needs nevada's conservative republican basis survived next year's primary i want to compliment senator howard but he also needs moderates who support and about as popular republican governor brian sandoval they stood side by side as they rejected the initial senate healthcare bill a difficult dance the raulston says has tripped up heller which dean heller we're going to cease a onesided doesn't trust him and the other sides mad at him mets tough to thread that needle in a race.
"senator howard" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Health care bill and as a curtis guy kaelin his communications director over a government waste put out on on twitter so well maybe just physically impossible to get a biased free headline anymore that's that's because the associated press put out on twitter senate republican leaders new health bill would that insure for sell skimpy coverage gop support for plan still uncertain while he has that is one way to put it but it's not about skimpy coverage it's about low cost plans because not every requires massive insurance plans this it is a nod to senator ted cruz ted cruz has long pushed for certain things to be in the healthcare bill it's one of the reasons when the senate unveiled their go before independence day it was him and center ron johnson you had a senator rand paul senator mike lee of utah all saying you know this it's really nice let's talk about i know it's pretty that you put something out but maybe some better ideas what are we won on what are we get into this when we have a conversation hey we got some ideas ourselves then you had bill cassidy from louisiana who some people think is just simply china be put himself in the conversation as opposed to offering anything of valuable who are sitting on the outside side looking in even uh senator howard dean heller nevada said wait a second not so sure the latest was released to the rank and file members of the senate and closeddoor session it's supposedly includes a what is known as the consumer freedom amendment and a proposal that will allow health savings accounts to pay for healthcare premiums now if worked in just in that conversation think of the pretax dollar paying your premiums some people would definitely get get an advantage to that and of course i can point you two stories when it comes to the consumer freedom amendment uh that you have quite a few people in the health insurance industry who are opposed to it supposedly you have the vice president having conversations about whether or not this is valuable this is a worthwhile i still say that we don't know anything about whether or not this is going to come to a vote this is the sect this is the.