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Fresh update on "sonia sotomayor" discussed on CBS Weekend News Roundup

CBS Weekend News Roundup

01:50 min | 42 min ago

Fresh update on "sonia sotomayor" discussed on CBS Weekend News Roundup

"A stellar resume and only the second woman ever picked for the nation's highest court. But decades earlier, after graduating from Columbia Law School, Ginsberg had to fight her way along the career path. She had the full support of her husband, Martin. But being Jewish, a woman and a mother, she said, were three strikes that put her out of the game rejected by law firms. She took a job as a law clerk, then a professor. In the 19 seventies, she started the women's rights project at the Cll U, having experienced discrimination. She devoted the next 20 years of a career to fighting it. Ginsberg to Ghana, Siri's of landmark cases dealing with gender equality. She argued six cases before the Supreme Court and won five, and she welcomed President Clinton's nomination. Not just a za personal achievement. But as a step forward for women that contributes to the end of the days. When women At least half the talent pool in our society appear in high places. Only as one at a time performers. One of the high court's more liberal voices, Ginsberg consistently supported civil rights, and she issued a strong dissent in the Bush versus Gore case, which decided the 2000 election. But she also voted with her conservative colleagues. She called the late Antonin Scalia, her best buddy and the to put ideology aside to share their love of opera and adventure. But she raised a political flap during the 2016 presidential race when she called Republican Donald Trump a faker. She later said she regretted her remarks. But stop short of an apology. Ginsberg has had several health scares in 2018, doctors removed two growths from her lungs, causing her to miss six days in court. She survived colon cancer and two incidents involving pancreatic cancer. Her refusal to step down and her unparalleled work ethic earned her pop culture icon status. It was beyond my wildest imagination that I would one day become the notorious Ginsberg lost her husband in 2010 after 56 years of marriage, But she was back in court a few days later for what she called and Exhilarating development when Elena Kagan joined her and Sonia Sotomayor on the High court, another milestone for the women's movement, which Ginsberg helped pioneer Nicole Killian. CBS NEWS Washington Early voting started in four states on Friday. This woman was in a long line in Richmond. Morrissey was going on in our society. I see how what.

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'I loved her to pieces,' retired Justice Souter says of RBG

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 hrs ago

'I loved her to pieces,' retired Justice Souter says of RBG

"The remaining eight Supreme Court justices and two former colleagues are speaking out about Ruth Bader Ginsburg who died Friday at age eighty seven the justices all wrote of Ginsburg's undying devotion to the law and her grace as a colleague Chief Justice John Roberts describes her as a jurist of historic stature a cherished colleague into tireless and resolute champion of justice justice Clarence Thomas called Ginsburg dear colleague and friend a superb judge who gave her best and exacted the best from each of us whether an agreement or disagreement what justice Sonia Sotomayor your calls Ginsburg a path breaking champion of women's rights an American hero who spent her life fighting for the equality of all people retired justice David Souter wrote Ruth Ginsburg achieved greatness before she became a great justice adding I love her to pieces Ben Thomas Washington

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Fresh update on "sonia sotomayor" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:52 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sonia sotomayor" discussed on AP News Radio

"The remaining 8 Supreme Court justices and 2 former colleagues are speaking out about Ruth Bader Ginsburg who died Friday at age 87 the justices all wrote of Ginsburg's undying devotion to the law and her grace as a colleague Chief Justice John Roberts describes her as a jurist of historic stature a cherished colleague into tireless and resolute champion of justice justice Clarence Thomas called Ginsburg dear colleague and friend a superb judge who gave her best and exacted the best from each of us whether an agreement or disagreement what justice Sonia Sotomayor your calls Ginsburg a path breaking champion of women's rights an American hero who spent her life fighting for the equality of all people retired justice David Souter wrote Ruth Ginsburg achieved greatness before she became a great justice adding I love her to pieces Ben Thomas Washington

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"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

08:12 min | Last month

"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"The axe files with your host David. axelrod. One of my favorite episodes of all time was a conversation. I had with Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor for my X-files TV? Show two, thousand, eighteen, a daughter of the South Bronx Justice. Sotomayor has one of the great and inspiring stories of anyone I know in public life. Here's that conversation. Just A, my are so good to see you again. Good to be with you. It's always wonderful to see David I was telling you before that I found your book, your biography, your memoir, absolutely riveting and honest and powerful, and now you've written two more books derivative of it. For Young People I. Want to talk to you about that I can't wear in this room this conference room at the supreme. Court surrounded by portrait's of the chiefs who have presided over the court and I just wanted to spend a couple minutes on. The moment that you think the court is in now we just came through this. I know you guys are sort of cloister. You're not cocooned. We. We came through this acrimonious process of of confirmation. How do you view it from the inside I mean, how's the court and family community adjust to those moments? I'm GONNA, steal a line from one of my colleagues Laurie actually not align. And it was justice, Thomas. Who tells me that when he first came to the court, another justice approached him and said. I judge you by what you do here. Welcome. And I said, and I repeat it that story to justice cavenaugh when I first greeted him here. Now I've known him before. So I have known him. I've known about his work. But when you're charged with working together. For most of the remainder of your life. You have to create a relationship. The nine of us are now a family. And were. With each of our own burdens in our own obligations to others. Aaron families, but this is. Our work family. And it's just as important as personal family. We probably spend more time with each other than most justices spend to have spouses with their spouses rise. The spouses probably can attest can probably attest. But but beyond the your personal relationships, as as this moment in history, do have a concerns about how people view the court because of the partisan ization of everything. Is a concern obviously to the extent that were citizens. and. All of us have a passion about this country. And about our constitution and our system of government. that to all of us is critically important. I. Think. Many of us feel that what people perceive as partisanship is eroneous Think about it, David. There are thousands and thousands of cases that come through the federal system every day. Ninety five percent of them are resolved in the district up on the trial level on district court level. Only five percent of those cases repealed. Now, it's not to suggest that some of the winners aren't. Dissatisfied. They didn't win enough or that some of the losers feel that the system was fair. But that means that the vast vast vast majority of people. Have Gone through our judicial system and accepted its judgment. Only. Five percents get appeal. Of the Court of Appeal cases in their thousands and thousands of thousands of them. We only hear about sixty to seventy cases in recent years. And anywhere. It's been as high as forty to seventy percent of the cases. Are decided almost unanimously. There is certainly a percentage of cases that are not. And we have our our share of five to four decisions. But is it partisan? Or is it because as I believe? We approached additional decision making. In, different ways. Judges are given a toolbox. So th interpretive tools. And with it, we come to our conclusions. If, you build a house with one to it looks one way. If you pick a different to. It looks another way and that's what happens and so that the political parties have aligned themselves. With certain of our judicial approaches. We can't. Control. We have no ability to tell them. You're sort of mixing apples and oranges. Hours away is a way of interpreting the law and looking and building on a precedent than on our interpretive principles. and I'm satin that they are viewed as partisan in that way. But. I. Don't think it's a fair judgment. Of what the court does everyday. Surely, you know that you're this court is going to be probably for the duration of your. Tenure on the court, a conservative court. I don't know what that word means. conservative-liberal those political, terms. Do I suspect that A. I. Might be dissenting a bit more. possibly. But I still have two relatively new colleagues. One very new colleague breath, Taverna and Neil Gorsuch, and we've agreed in quite a few cases we've disagreed in a bunch at least which Justice Cavanaugh. With Justice Gorsuch, but you know, let's see. You You told a group, I, think at your Alma Mater at Princeton. In two, thousand, seventeen that there was a, there was a point in the process. Of, confirmation that you, you questioned whether you wanted to continue because of just some of the things that the ugliness of of the process and you said if this press is going to result my getting this to the Supreme Court of diminished person, is it worth it? Now, your friends talked you out of that For good reason, a point of view, but it does speak to the nature of the process. It's a, it is by definition especially in the modern era, a very rough process it is. It wasn't the process for most of the history of the United States. This public questioning system. Only started about nineteen. Nine hundred seventy s before that, there was a long period of American history. Where candidates, applicants, whatever word you want to use for? What women-asia nominations, nominees words even questioned by the Senate at all a senator would would convey the president's nomination speak on behalf of the nominee, and then opponents would say their piece in there be a vote that's as simple as the process started out. It's gotten more elaborate with time. Some of it is the product of.

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Supreme Court temporarily blocks felons from voting in Florida

Hammer and Nigel

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Supreme Court temporarily blocks felons from voting in Florida

"The U. S. Supreme Court is allowing the lower court order to stand preventing convicted felons from voting in Florida. Fox's Jared Halpern Supreme Court justices there leaving in place an appeals court decision stop voter registration of former felons in Florida who cannot pay fines or fees. It's a setback for former felons with an upcoming primaries in the November 3rd presidential election Justice Sonia Sotomayor or dissented along with Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan. Arguing the court's order prevents thousands of otherwise eligible voters from participating because they're poor. Florida has a July 20th voter registration deadline for primary elections scheduled for August.

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"Girded Loins" - How Will The Supreme Court Rule?

Hysteria

03:53 min | 3 months ago

"Girded Loins" - How Will The Supreme Court Rule?

"I wanted to talk a little bit about the Supreme Court. Because I. Kind of always WanNa talk a little bit about the Supreme Court, but also because it's been really. It's been a real roller coaster ride for the last. Year or so everybody went in thinking that the liberals would get just pommelled and that America's social progress would get set back fifty years, and in some ways you not. Everything has been a win for sure I. Don't WanNa pretend that everything has been a win. There have been some surprising wins like last week on the day. That show came out the supreme. Supreme Court ruled that the trump's attempt to extinguish. DACA was unconstitutional. He didn't do it the right way so Daca. Lives we had neil gorsuch coming through and saying that the Civil Rights Act title seven covers the rights of lgbtq Americans when it comes to employment. Yep, but we still have one that's Kinda hanging over us like the sword of Damocles. And that is a. that's an abortion case out of Louisiana. Alyssa. What do you think is going to happen with the case? It might come down tomorrow. It might come down next week because the supreme, court loves to wait and save the big cases for the end. What do you think's GonNa Happen? Erin. I'd be lying if I said I knew if I even had an inkling that I think that Neil, gorsuch was going to SORTA. Come through or that. John Roberts we don't know like I. Guess My problem is I. Don't have the brain of a supreme. Court justice and I could never be one. Which is why I didn't go to law school. Because what's the point if you can't ultimately be a? Supreme Court Justice One day, but it's like I. Worry I worry that they've done these things sort of I think by following the letter of the laws they they believe it should be interpreted and I'm like. ARE THEY GONNA? Be like well and buy them. I mean the republic. We know how old Brett's GonNa. Go breads just he doesn't even need to show up for the for the hearing I mean he can just put that Shit on mute and play brick. But the others you're like, are they just? Are they going to be like? Wow, if we. If we are. Are we really going to Piss? Trump off like it's GonNa fire US court justice. If we don't if we don't give do him a solid here and set women's rights back thirty years. So I, don't I? Don't know I know what's going to happen. Yeah I. Mean I try not to get excited because you know one hand. There's no words no way to get excited, but there's also being in a state of having my loins just constantly go ahead. Is a little exhausting I really want to. I. Really Want to live in a world were John Roberts can. Be The deciding vote and in and write an opinion. He admonishes the Fifth Circuit Court for even trying to step to him right by deliberately directly confronting Supreme Court ruling from two thousand sixteen. But in two thousand, Sixteen Roberts was on the side of keeping the trap block question in place. I. Don't know what's going to happen and I'M Just I just get it over with I. Just wanted to know I. Just want to tell us. It's suspense we don't need. Yeah Yeah I just WanNa read Sonia Sotomayor's either concurring opinion or fiery descent. She has been really writing some interesting stuff this term. And I just really want to know you know. We have. We've affirmed the LGBTQ people are people. With amazing Yes docker recipients, also people I'm really excited to learn if women are also people less negative crazy. I know get crazy.

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"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

05:15 min | 3 months ago

"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"Fiends. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor and her younger brother, one junior were born to one and Selena Saddam your. Who came to New York from Puerto? Rico. Selena was a nurse one a factory worker with a third grade education. Justice Sotomayor grew up in a crime ridden bronx housing project. Her mother forbid her to use the stairwells because they were littered with needles and other drug paraphernalia. When the justice was just nine years old, her father, an alcoholic, died suddenly from a heart attack. Justice. Sotomayor right that our mother was devastated by the death. And became.

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Sheryl Sandberg Interview

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

06:10 min | 3 months ago

Sheryl Sandberg Interview

"Tonight on next chapter I'm in silicon. Valley for a power lunch with facebook's co-pilot. We discuss her famous boss, the myth of having it all, and how in the world? She juggles the demand of one billion facebook, users. Don't tell me that Donna Karen. Donna care. That really. Got Him so glad that would be an honor. To. Have you hear. So excited to be here. The Fleas Street cafe is a Silicon Valley Institution. This is where Cheryl and Mark Zuckerberg. I met to discuss the possibility of her joining facebook. Their partnership is now one of the most well known in business history. These are unbelievable. That's how you that's how you get me. Start with the biscuits, so you can't have a biscuit when it's torn now. You have to do that, so we're here at the flea. Street cafe. Welcome nice to have you in California again your neighborhood, my neighborhood I live around the corner. And you came here for your very first meeting, or shall we call it date way Mark Zuckerberg it was, and it did. It was date like in the sense that you're nervous. Yes, it's a dinner. You're getting to know each other, but we had our dinner I very i. only dinner we ever. Weren't were in public together until we announced I was coming to facebook, obviously went, will well yes well. We actually stayed so late. The restaurant was kind of closing down. We wanted to keep talking. That's a good one ten o'clock at night way past my bedtime, but he clearly wanted to keep talking and he was mark Zuckerberg so I said well. It's WANNA come over, so we came over and around midnight I had to say like time to go time to go. My kids are getting up at five hours, so we're GONNA have to. Was the process like like dating? Though was it like a court courtship trying to figure out whether work, or did you know after that first meeting that it's on? I knew after that first meaning how warm he was, and how nice he was, and how much he cared about facebook, but it was definitely a process of getting to know each other when you first started the job. Will you staying up late at night? Worrying about the pressures that you earned, did it keep you up at night? Yeah, yeah, it did and the pressures I was under to make facebook what it needed to be wooden mark and I get along. Would we have the relationship? We'd need to have very unique relationship where he runs the company I run part of the company working for him. We really need to trust each other. You know he was fifteen years younger than I was. When I was interviewing with him one night, we were supposed to talk and it was like. Nine o'clock at night, and he called, and he said well I'll just call you later and I said well. Let me go to sleep in about thirty minutes, so if you know if you're still at your dinner, we'll talk tomorrow. He calls the next day. It's like. Are you okay like yeah? I'm fine. He's had sick. So number wasn't sick. You said you went to bed at nine thirty. and. I said I wasn't. You know what I do. I go to bed at nine thirty and so I definitely had this fear. That I was going to be too old. Not Understand what he was doing enough, and it was scary at first at first I so you have now written what I have to say. The modern manifesto for women in the workplace, and you call it lean in because. They gotTA lean in. We gotTA leaning. We gotta we courage girls, and you've done this in your own life. Look what you've done with your school. We've got to encourage girls to lead so women have made tons of progress. You look at the opportunities. My mother had my grandmother had. But, we have a really small percentage of the top jobs in any industry in any nation in the world. There are very few Oprah Winfrey's. There are very women who will the kind of influence and have the kind of opportunities you have. Sheryl's new book is a must read for women and men. It's a smart, honest, deeply personal exploration of Cheryl's mission. She wants women to pull their chair up to the table. It starts with a healthy dose of reality. You've said there's no such thing as work life balance. Why? Why is there no work life balance? I think all of these phrases people throw it. Women are so harmful. Having I've I having. You all the time. Heidi you it oh. Yeah, yeah! The worst, no matter how much we all have, and how grateful we are for what we have, no one has it all because we all make trade offs every single day every single minute work life balance. No one ever asks. Have having it all for second because I love it because I don't think you can, you can have it all I feel like I do, but you can't have it all at the same time. That's right and what's happened. If you compare like my generation to my mother's generation, my mother says this all the time and her generation work nine to five Monday to Friday forty hours. No one expected anything else. and. Parenting was actually much more constrained. What's happened now? We are all connected? My indices part of the problem, right? We are connected all the time. We expect our workers, our our colleagues at work to be able and the amount of time mothers spend one on one in that direct child thing with their kids. It's totally changed. My Mother didn't organize play dates. We wrote our bikes. Dates she wasn't with me, you know. My Mother didn't sit there with all my homework. She helped me when I asked. Checked in every so often work has changed and made it more intense and parenting has changed and become more intense and I'm not judging those things they might be bad. They might be good. They make it harder and harder for working women and almost all women in this country. Are, working women and almost all kids are being raised by two or one parent who is in the workforce. Absolutely, How do you get women past the guilty space? I don't have the answer to that. Did you get past it? I am not passed or not passed to try and get past it and I know I want to be passed. I still feel guilty. I taught my kids off in the morning. And they get out of the car. And I see the other mothers were staying all day because they're volunteering and the heart Pang Wo-. Would my kids be better off if I were staying? My husband, Dave. He thinks were heroes. no-one no-one does as much as we do. No one has jobs like ours against home in the way we do, we're fantastic.

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"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

03:59 min | 3 months ago

"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"Next chapter I'm in silicon. Valley for a power lunch with facebook's co-pilot. We discuss her famous boss, the myth of having it all, and how in the world? She juggles the demand of one billion facebook, users. Don't tell me that Donna Karen. Donna care. That really. Got Him so glad that would be an honor. To. Have you hear. So excited to be here. The Fleas Street cafe is a Silicon Valley Institution. This is where Cheryl and Mark Zuckerberg. I met to discuss the possibility of her joining facebook. Their partnership is now one of the most well known in business history. These are unbelievable. That's how you that's how you get me. Start with the biscuits, so you can't have a biscuit when it's torn now. You have to do that, so we're here at the flea. Street cafe. Welcome nice to have you in California again your neighborhood, my neighborhood I live around the corner. And you came here for your very first meeting, or shall we call it date way Mark Zuckerberg it was, and it did. It was date like in the sense that you're nervous. Yes, it's a dinner. You're getting to know each other, but we had our dinner I very i. only dinner we ever. Weren't were in public together until we announced I was coming to facebook, obviously went, will well yes well. We actually stayed so late. The restaurant was kind of closing down. We wanted to keep talking. That's a good one ten o'clock at night way past my bedtime, but he clearly wanted to keep talking and he was mark Zuckerberg so I said well. It's WANNA come over, so we came over and around midnight I had to say like time to go time to go. My kids are getting up at five hours, so we're GONNA have to. Was the process like like dating? Though was it like a court courtship trying to figure out whether work, or did you know after that first meeting that it's on? I knew after that first meaning how warm he was, and how nice he was, and how much he cared about facebook, but it was definitely a process of getting to know each other when you first started the job. Will you staying up late at night? Worrying about the pressures that you earned, did it keep you up at night? Yeah, yeah, it did and the pressures I was under to make facebook what it needed to be wooden mark and I get along. Would we have the relationship? We'd need to have very unique relationship where he runs the company I run part of the company working for him. We really need to trust each other. You know he was fifteen years younger than I was. When I was interviewing with him one night, we were supposed to talk and it was like. Nine o'clock at night, and he called, and he said well I'll just call you later and I said well. Let me go to sleep in about thirty minutes, so if you know if you're still at your dinner, we'll talk tomorrow. He calls the next day. It's like. Are you okay like yeah? I'm fine. He's had sick. So number wasn't sick. You said you went to bed at nine thirty. and. I said I wasn't. You know what I do. I go to bed at nine thirty and so I definitely had this fear. That I was going to be too old. Not Understand what he was doing enough, and it was scary at first at first I so you have now written what I have to say. The modern manifesto for women in the workplace, and you call it lean in because..

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Supreme Court to hear arguments on Trump's tax return case

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Supreme Court to hear arguments on Trump's tax return case

"The Supreme Court heard arguments today on three cases involving the release of president trump's tax returns CBS is Steve Dorsey reports it was another attempt to convince the Supreme Court to block the release of the president's tax returns this time following a grand jury subpoena from the Manhattan D. A. the president's attorney Jay Sekulow that's what before the court for lead process targeting the president is a violation of the constitution but Manhattan's DA argues the president is seeking unprecedented immunity with liberal justices including Sonia Sotomayor your scrutinizing the federal government's defense of the president you're asking for a broader community anyone else gets Steve Dorsey CBS news

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Supreme Court rules government must pay insurers enrolled in ObamaCare program

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Supreme Court rules government must pay insurers enrolled in ObamaCare program

"Dot com the Supreme Court has ordered health insurers twelve billion dollars from the federal government under an obamacare program encouraging them to offer medical coverage to previously uninsured Americans the justices on an eight to one vote reversed in appeals court ruling that said Congress had suspended the government's obligation to make such payments the ruling authored by liberal justice Sonia Sotomayor your paves the way for significant one time cash infusion from major companies such as a matter of cooperated anthem incorporated and sametime corporation conservative justice Samuel Alito was the sole dissenter saying the court's ruling has the effect of providing a massive bailout for insurance companies that took a calculated risk and

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Cecilia Muoz: Why People of Color are Always "More Than Ready"

Latina to Latina

03:51 min | 5 months ago

Cecilia Muoz: Why People of Color are Always "More Than Ready"

"Have section of the book subtitled when people assume you're only there for a little color. When has that assumption made about you? Oh probably most of my career. I think so. They're definitely people who think that that's why am occur. I'm a macarthur fellow. I've heard people say the words I heard people say that One of the stories. I recount in the book. Is that one of the chiefs chiefs of staff that I served under told a couple people who wrote books about the first term of the Obama Administration that he gave them the impression that I was an affirmative action. Hire for the domestic policy job Which cost me a couple of years of self doubt and I did really spend a fair amount of energy wondering whether the people I was sitting at the table with whether that's what they thought But I took comfort from what Sonia Sotomayor says in her book. Her wonderful book stocks about getting to Princeton through -firmative action and she describes it as getting to the starting line of a race. And so so there. You are at the starting line but you still have to run it. And so and the I talked to seven other women I was this book and they all said the same thing happened to them all the time too and they all said their own equivalent of so. You're there at the table so you got to do the job You have to rise to the occasion you have to run the race And there are people who will assume that about you but it matters less if you know that you're crushing it and so that's your job when I ask other women. In my life other people in my life people caller. It's a pretty common experience and it can mess with your head. It certainly must with mine so I thought it was worth writing down some strategies for all right you have self doubt and you also have the doubts of people around you and here's some strategies for confronting that investing. What do you think is the most effective strategy? This book is called more than ready right. It's it's about the fact that the world is more than ready for what we bring to it but also everybody. I talked to that. Has these moments of self doubt. Says they deal with it by over preparing right by making sure that when they walk into the room that they know their stuff were more than ready because we work at it and we overcome our doubts and other people's doubts by working harder being good at it. The one thing I thought was missing from the book. And perhaps it's because it doesn't exist is the moment because it seems you're still grappling with some of these things even as you are encouraging me and other. Latina's to go for it. There's still a part of you. That has some of that inside voice them. That was there a moment that crystallized for you yes. It is the moment when my elder daughter Tina and I were talking about the two thousand sixteen election and I said to her. You know it's not like I haven't been around the block and I don't know from sexism but even still I am stunned by the misogyny that I'm seeing and she said mom. I'm not stunned. She said the difference between me and you is that you've been at it for so long that you're used to it and I thought Oh she's right. I come to accept a certain amount of self doubt a certain amount of misogyny a certain amount of racism because it's just my reality and she's younger and she can see it in a way that that is fresher and more vivid and it gives her a better capacity to fight against it into Kabul's yet on it so that was my moment.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Says Trump Should Recuse Himself from All Decisions Involving the Future of the Country

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:10 sec | 7 months ago

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Says Trump Should Recuse Himself from All Decisions Involving the Future of the Country

"President trump says Supreme Court justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor your should recuse themselves and all trump cases because he perceives them to be

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Sonia Sotomayor, Jane Fonda among inductees into National Women’s Hall of Fame

A Closer Look with Arthur Levitt

00:11 sec | 1 year ago

Sonia Sotomayor, Jane Fonda among inductees into National Women’s Hall of Fame

"Supreme Court justice Sonia Sotomayor your actress Jane Fonda and attorney Gloria Allred or among eleven women being inducted into the national women's hall of fame I never.

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US asylum rule denounced as inhumane.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

05:52 min | 1 year ago

US asylum rule denounced as inhumane.

"Coming up on the nears supreme in court action on asylum rule denounced as inhumane trump administration plans to ban flavored e cigarettes and while way chief offers to share five Gino. How for a fee it's Thursday September twelve. I'm Anthony Davis the US Supreme Court has allowed the government to severely limit the ability of migrants to claim asylum in the US the policy bars people arriving at the US southern border from seeking protection if if they fail to do so in a country they passed through on route legal challenges continue but the ruling means for now it can be enforced nationwide. The plan will affect tens of thousands of Central American migrants travel north often on foot through Mexico coming migration levels has been a key goal all of Donald Trump's presidency and forms a major part of his bid to re election in twenty twenty. He hailed the Supreme Court's decision as a major victory the change includes but is not limited to those from Central American countries who have made up the vast majority of those seeking asylum so far this year some some eight hundred eleven thousand people were detained on the southwestern border up until the end of August this year and of these nearly five hundred ninety thousand will from El Salvador Guatemala and Honduras the majority arrived with at least one other family member many of those arriving are fleeing violence aw poverty on arrival they must pass a credible fear interview to seek asylum in the US which most do the rule will also affect smaller numbers of African can Asian and South American migrants who arrive at the US southern border and seek asylum many off to taking extremely dangerous journeys on the nine Judge Supreme Court liberal leaning Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor dissented from the ruling the trump administration will not be granting temporary impre- protected status to the people of the Bahamas fleeing the decimation of their islands by Hurricane Doreen in the White House announced. It is preparing to ban flavored e cigarettes as federal health officials call for restrictions to combat an outbreak outbreak of a mysterious lung disease that has sickened hundreds and killed at least six people the Food and Drug Administration is currently finalising its guidance to remove all non tobacco flavors of e cigarettes including mint and Menthol from the markets within thirty days companies might be able to reintroduce their flavors is at a later date so long as they submit a formal application and receive approval from the FDA vaping companies such as jewel have been criticized for hooking engine on e cigarettes with flavors such as mango and cream. The surgeon underaged vaping which U. S. health officials have labeled an epidemic is one of the reasons reasons why they plan to ban them. The San Francisco based company makes a sleek device. It's cartridges pack a powerful punch with one pot delivering bring as much nicotine as an entire pack of cigarettes yesterday's announcement comes as members of Congress increasingly pressured the administration to rain in the a cigarette industry as chief executive has proposed selling its current five five Gino how to a Western firm as a way to address security concerns voiced by the US and others about its business the CEO said the Bil- would be free to change the software code that would allow any flaws or supposed back doors to be addressed without always involvement the US and and Australia have banned their networks from using while ways equipment the UK is still weighing a decision while way has repeatedly denied claims is that it would help the Chinese government spy on or disrupt other countries telecom systems and said it is a private enterprise owned by its workers one expert who had previously cast doubts on ways claims to independence said the idea of it helping another country's business to compete represented an extraordinary ordinary offer it would include ongoing access to the firm's existing five G. Payton's licenses code technical blueprints and production engineering knowledge which beyond the licence-fee while way would benefits because it might convince Washington to drop restrictions that currently prevented buying US linked technologies for for its own use one consequence of this is that while way faces having to launch an Android smartphone later this month that will not offer Google apps such does youtube all the Google play store a deal would also help ensure. Wa Wa gets its five. G. Technologies widely adopted You can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast APP or ask Your Smart Speaker to play the news with Anthony. Anthony Davis podcast leave us a review. ITN's and follow us on twitter at the news underscore podcast for daily updates. The news is an independent production covering politics inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.

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Supreme Court allows broad enforcement of Trump asylum rule

All Things Considered

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Supreme Court allows broad enforcement of Trump asylum rule

"The US Supreme Court by a seven to two vote has given the green light to the trump administration's new rule effectively blocking many asylum seekers from entering the country NPR's Nina Totenberg reports of the rule blocks refugees seeking asylum from applying for protection in the U. S. unless they have been denied asylum in Mexico or a third country the new rule has the practical effective denying almost all central American refugees asylum in the US it was promulgated in July and blocked by the lower courts is a violation of federal immigration law so the trump administration asked the Supreme Court to intern stop those lower court orders from going into effect and the justices have agreed to do that for now it is likely that the Supreme Court will hear the case in the coming term but in the meantime the administration's new role will remain in effect justices Sonia Sotomayor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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Supreme Court allows nationwide enforcement of new Trump administration restrictions on asylum seekers

Chad Benson

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Supreme Court allows nationwide enforcement of new Trump administration restrictions on asylum seekers

"Roemer the Supreme Court tonight giving president trump the okay to keep central American asylum seekers out of the country of the of not first tried getting protection in a country they've already passed through ABC's Andy field has details tonight from Washington Supreme Court temporarily allowing president trump to enforce a new central American asylum rules saying that even unaccompanied children cannot seek asylum here if they enter through the U. S. Mexican border unless Mexico or another third country denied that request this is a final ruling is the actual court fight is working its way through lower courts only two justices dissented with Peter Ginsberg and Sonia Sotomayor your that's ABC's

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Sonia Sotomayer celebrates 10 years served for the Supreme Court

5 Things

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Sonia Sotomayer celebrates 10 years served for the Supreme Court

"Thursday marks ten years on the supreme court bench for sonia sotomayor and that i will faithfully fully and impartially discharge and perform discharge and perform all the duties incumbent upon me all of the duties incumbent upon on me as associate justice of the supreme court of the united states as an associate justice of the supreme court of the united states under the constitution itution and laws of the united states under the constitution and laws of the united states so help me god so congratulations and welcome to the the swearing in two thousand nine alongside chief justice. John roberts was selected by president obama and became the first hispanic woman on the court since then the sixty five year old liberal leaning justice has become even more forceful in recent years. Even as the court has trended more conservative. She's known for her opinions. Indians on civil rights privacy rights and criminal justice and is generally considered the courts most frequent public speaker and most prolific author

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Supreme Court Hears Arguments for Citizenship on 2020 Census

First Morning News

01:22 min | 1 year ago

Supreme Court Hears Arguments for Citizenship on 2020 Census

"Limbaugh. According to the drive by media, the five conservative justices on a super premium court are about to do the unthinkable they are about to uphold Trump's plan to add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty cents. Now by court watchers said during. Arguments on Tuesday, the justices were split along. Ideological lines the four liberals sided with blue cities who hate the citizenship question. Justice Sonia, Sotomayor, the wise Latina said that fewer people will respond if the question is included leading to an undercount, but Justice Gorsuch Justice. Kevin O pointed out that the citizenship. Question was part of the census for most of our history, and that many nations ask residents about citizenship. Chief Justice Roberts Justice Samuel Alito said the Trump administration's decision to end the question seem reasonable to them. Now, the liberals depend on the illegal immigrant population to help them demand more tax dollars and to inflate the numbers of congressional seats. They hold they are terrified of losing both money and power if the court rules in the correct way, which is in favor of the constitution. And that's why they're in panic mode. I mean how. Dick Yetlis is this to ask a question. If you're a citizen is considered to be

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"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on WRVA

"Bookends in Ridgewood, New Jersey, four PM tomorrow. A special children's story time reading of our police by my wife, Julie and also a book signing she will sign and personalized the books. But. Father would call her his daughter. So I would owed encourage you to go. The book is great the readings a lot of fun. In fact, most of the people who came last Saturday. Kids bring their grandkids. They just wanted to buck, which was very very nice. So I think it's a very very good thing to do right before the holidays. So I want to do this was of my own. And then we'll move to the other topic I've been discussing soda my your doesn't interview with David Axelrod on his podcast. I don't know how many people listeners podcast, but it can't be anywhere near the number of people. Listen to this radio show podcast. And by the way, something very exciting is going to happen. When my podcast very very soon. And when it does happen. I will announce it and I would encourage the affiliates. I love all of our affiliates. And I don't say it enough. And I wanna thank you. But I would encourage those at run the show taped delayed you encourage people to go over to the podcast. And this is one of the things I think that AM radio in particular. Needs to give some some thought. But that for another day. Sonia sotomayor. Cut twelve. And by the way, David Axelrod, the left wing hack is the one Obama asking the questions cut twelve go. You were a very pointed and very passionate. I know how carefully you choose your words. And I'm sure every single word in that was one that you gave a lot of Claude.

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"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"PM eastern bookends in Ridgewood, New Jersey, four PM tomorrow. A special children's story time reading of our police by my wife, Julie. And also it book signing she will sign in personalized the books. But. My father would call her his daughter. So I would owed encourage you to go. The book is great the readings a lot of fun. In fact, most of the people who came last Saturday. Their kids bring their grandkids. They just wanted to buck, which was very very nice. So I think it's a very very good thing to do right before the holidays. So I want to do this was sort of my Myo. And then we'll move to the other topic I've been discussing soda my your doesn't interview with David Axelrod on his podcast. I don't know how many people to podcast, but it can't be anywhere near the number of people listening to this radio show in my podcast. And by the way, something very exciting is going to happen. When my podcast very very soon. And when it does happen. I will announce it and I would encourage the affiliates. I love all of our affiliates. And I don't say it enough. And I wanna thank you. But I would encourage those at run the show taped delayed you encourage people to go over to the podcast. And this is one of the things I think that AM radio in particular. Needs to give some some thought. But that for another day. Sonia sotomayor. Cut twelve. And by the way, David Axelrod, the left wing hack is the one Obama asking the questions cut twelve go. You were very very pointed and very passionate to send. And I know how carefully you choose your words. And I'm sure every single word in that was one that you gave a lot of fun to. Why was that particular case so meaningful to you? I think.

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"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Ends in Ridgewood, New Jersey four PM tomorrow. A special children's story time reading of our police by my wife, Julie and also a book signing she will sign a personalized the books, but. My father would call her his daughter. So I would encourage you to go. The book is great the readings a lot of fun. In fact, most of the people who came last Saturday. Can't say you're bringing their grandkids. They just wanted to buck, which was very very nice. So I think it's very very good thing to do right before the holidays. So I want to do this was sort of my own then will move to the other top Cup and discussing soda. My your doesn't interview with David Axelrod on his podcast. I don't know how many people listen to podcasts, but it can't be anywhere near the number of people listening to this radio show on my podcast. And by the way, something very exciting is going to happen with my podcast, very very soon. And when it does happen. I will announce it and I would encourage the affiliates. I love all of our affiliates, and I don't say it enough. And I wanna thank you. But I wouldn't carriage those at run the show taped delayed you encourage people to go over to the podcast. And this is one of the things I think that AM radio in particular. Needs to give some some thought to. But that for another day. Sonia sotomayor. Cut twelve. And by the way, David Axelrod, the left wing hack is the one Obama asking the questions cut twelve go. You were very very pointed and very passionate. To send and I know how carefully you choose your words. And I'm sure every single word in that was one that you gave a lot of fun to. Why was that particular case so meaningful to you? I.

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"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Prides itself on being above partisan politics. But the bitter confirmation battle over Brett Cavanaugh will put that theory to the test Kavanagh won confirmation on a fifty to forty eight vote the smallest margin in more than a century during a White House swearing in ceremony on Monday night, Cavanaugh said his goal was to be a great Justice. He used the same analogy as in his confirmation hearings. The supreme court is a team of nine and I will always be a team player on the team of nine on Tuesday. Cavenaugh took his seat on the far right of the bench for his first or arguments as a Justice a federal law that imposes heightened penalties on people who repeatedly commit serious crimes. Joining me is Bloomberg new supreme court reporter, Greg Stohr who was at those first oral arguments. Greg I understand there were lines to get into the courtroom. What was it like inside June? It was remarkably light. Light. It was almost there was almost an error frivolity to the argument. Not especially huge cases. They have to do with that and things scuttled gun crimes. But there were plenty of jokes. The session started off with ripe for the argument. Justice Elena Kagan was quietly joking with a new Justice Cavanaugh. And then later on in the argument. There was a moment where Justice Sonia Sotomayor, you're up here to playfully pinch Justice Neal Gorsuch to demonstrate a point questions. She was asking about the reach of the federal statute no disruptions in the courtroom. No signs for those couple of hours that there had been this incredibly contentious fight. Do you believe that this was deliberate on the part of the justices this lightheartedness? I I do it hard not to be. And certainly I mentioned Justice Kagan. She is somebody who's very much of a coalition builder. She somebody who cares awful lot about having good relations with with her colleagues. The ones who don't agree with her because she knows she might neither votes. In some cases. So it wasn't surprising to see her being very friendly towards Justice Cavanaugh. All the members of the court would like to be able to take a deep breath in and stay out of this political fray and just focus on, you know, going about business as normal. And and that was essentially what they were trying to do Justice Cavanaugh was known as an active question on the DC circuit court of appeals. Did he ask many questions? He did he asked I believe a total of eight questions in to our arguments in the first Casey ask questions of both sides in the second case, just a packing questions of the lawyer for the defendant in the case, he was focusing among other things on a key precedent about the reach of the law and the first cave asking both sides. How do you square your argument with what we said in the supreme court said in in twenty ten case, it definitely done his homework before the argument. Tell us about his duties as the junior Justice. Yeah. So have you mentioned he sits at the end of the bench, everything at the supreme court. If done on the basis of seniority, he's the most junior. So you're sitting in the most junior spot on the bench. They're going to have a private conference. We'll talk about pending cases when they talk about a case, he'll be the last Justice speak in that discussion. And then there's this duty that the junior Justice always has when they're in that conference room. And it's just the night whenever anybody comes to the door deliver something or pick something up. It's the junior Justice who has to get up out of his or her chair and answer the door and then pass on to some other Justice. Whatever was was delivered Justice Steven Brier had to do that for more than eleven years and Justice Cavanaugh. We'll we'll start doing in judge Neil Gorsuch only had to do it for about a year. Now, what cases are coming up that might draw more attention from the public and put more attention on cavenaugh. Yes. So this term of cases, they granted are almost uniformly pretty low profile things. One interesting case they have granted having. Scheduled an argument yet could be December is a case that could affect Donald Trump's pardoning power and the reach of it it has to do with the double jeopardy clause. And essentially what it could mean is that a Trump pardon would also knock out some state law crimes that a person may have been involved in that's one to watch. And then later on in the term, maybe next year, the court could get back into the fray on partisan gerrymandering, they could take up a case on federal job discrimination, and whether the ban on job discrimination includes discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, and they could have a case involving the DACA fight the the Obama policy that defer deportation for some some young immigrants and President Trump is trying to refinish that that's an issue. They could could take up, and then of course, there's a Muller investigation their issues that could come from that could be huge deal here at the court early next year at Princeton University. Last Friday Justice is Elena Kagan and Sonia Sotomayor admitted they're concerned about. Public perception that the court is being politicized. Will there be pressure on Cavanaugh to recuse himself in some of those cases that you mentioned that involved President Trump or things that might apply to possible impeachment proceedings? There certainly will be pressure, but there's no requirement. It's clear that Justice has to recuse. If if he or she has a financial interest in a cave, but we're talking about the appearance of a conflict because you may have said something in the past about an issue or a litigant justices have broad discretion, and they rarely do recuse themselves. So Ruth, Bader Ginsburg has not recused herself. Even though she called Donald Trump a fake. She hasn't recused herself from any Trump related cases. Antonin Scalia didn't recuse in cases involved in a case involving Vice President Cheney even though the two of them went hunting together. It's really really rare for Justice recused for that sort of a reason. And I would be very surprised if Justice cabinet on did either. Thanks for being on Bloomberg law. Greg. That's Bloomberg news supreme court reporter, Greg Stohr cavenaugh is taking the place. A retired Justice Anthony Kennedy who came to the supreme court once again on Tuesday to watch Kavanagh's first oral arguments coming up on Bloomberg law. How will the court change with Cavanaugh? Replacing the swing vote. I'm June Grosso. This is Bloomberg asset.

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Abby Huntsman is joining 'The View'

Donna and Steve

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Abby Huntsman is joining 'The View'

"The. Nightingale That's great it's great. That there's a male director. Hussein this No Out there in the front, saying, look we gotta do better than this. This you need that because you need different perspectives that are. Shown a man will direct the film and very different way than a woman would and more generally tell different

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Tennessee Executes Inmate With Controversial Drugs Despite Sotomayor's Powerful Dissent

Kentuckiana's Morning News

02:18 min | 2 years ago

Tennessee Executes Inmate With Controversial Drugs Despite Sotomayor's Powerful Dissent

"Blistering dissent from supreme court Justice Sonia. Sotomayor hours before Tennessee's first execution in nearly, a decade Thursday after the high court cleared the way for the execution denying a. Request for a stay or riding in her opinion. That, the state was on the verge. Of inflicting several minutes of torturous pain on an inmate Custody she, was referencing the court fight over three drug lethal injections in. Several states Associated Press reporter Jonathan Matisse witnessed the execution of, the man could Dan for the nine hundred eighty five rape and murder of a child and describes his

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"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"On the michael medved show talking about the the overreaction and it's it's an insane overreaction and by the way a bunch of liberals are noticing that it is and there's one liberal in particular who just put up a column over at the new york times where he calls out his fellow liberals for destroying themselves but jennifer in roseville california i think asked a terrific question which is why is it that there is this kind of insane emotional overreaction and when barack obama appointed to liberal jurists sonia sotomayor and elena kagan to the supreme court you didn't have this kind of reaction and here's here's the answer jennifer it seems to me it's this when you're on the left politics is everything because you want a bigger government government to dominate more parts of people's lives and you look upon government as the solution to every problem when you're on the right chances are even got a family married people people who are in family situations vote overwhelmingly republican they really do mitt mitt romney won married voters by about twenty points i mean it was it was not even close donald trump won married women in this last election and people who have families and by the way religious people people were part of a religious community vote overwhelmingly conservative and we are involved as conservatives and what edmund burke called the little platoons of society everything isn't the federal government in other words what matters to my life is what happens in my family and my congregation what happens in my son's family's life and and what happens in my business and all of those things mean that okay you lose politically if you're on the right it's not the end of the world it just isn't the end of the world you go on in you fight again but for for liberals they view this as the apocalypse also because they have looked now to the supreme court to be there super legislature they've lost the house they've lost the senate they've lost the presidency and now the prospect of having a supreme court that says you know what we're not gonna make law that's not our job it's the job of people's elected representatives that to a lot of people on the left is absolute heresy jennifer i appreciate your call and very much appreciate your putting a very substantive question let's go to chuck schumer who was on.

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"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"On the michael medved show talking about the the oprah reaction and it's it's an insane overreaction and by the way a bunch of liberals are noticing that it is and there's one liberal in particular who just put up a column over at the new york times where he calls out is fellow liberals for destroying themselves but jennifer in roseville california i think asked a terrific question which is why is it that there is this kind of insane emotional overreaction and when barack obama appointed to liberal jurists sonia sotomayor and elena kagan to the supreme court you didn't have this kind of reaction and here's here's the answer jennifer it seems to me it's this when you're on the left politics is everything because you want a bigger government you want government to dominate more parts of people's lives and you look upon government as the solution to every problem when you're on the right chances are either got a family married people people who are in family situations vote overwhelmingly republican they really do mitt mitt romney won married voters by about twenty points i mean it was it was not even close borough donald trump won married women in this last election and people who have families and by the way religious people people were part of a religious community vote overwhelmingly conservative and we are involved as conservatives in what had been burke called the little platoons of society everything isn't the federal government in other words what matters to my life is what happens in my family and my congregation what happens in my son's family's life and and what happens in my business and all of those things mean that okay you lose politically if you're on the right it's not the end of the world it just isn't the end of the world you go on and you fight again but for for liberals they view this as the apocalypse also because they have looked now to the supreme court to be there super legislature they've lost the house they've lost the senate they've lost the presidency and now the prospect of having a supreme court that says you know what we're not gonna make law that's not our job is the job of people's elected representatives that to a lot of people on the left is absolute heresy jennifer i appreciate your call and very much appreciate your putting a very substantive question let's go to chuck schumer who was on.

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"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"On the michael medved show talking about the the overreaction and it's it's an insane overreaction and by the way a bunch of liberals are noticing that it is and there's one liberal in particular who just put up a column over at the new york times where he calls out his fellow liberals for destroying themselves but jennifer in roseville california i think asked a terrific question which is why is it that there is this kind of insane emotional overreaction and when barack obama appointed to liberal jurists sonia sotomayor and elena kagan to the supreme court you didn't have this kind of reaction and here's here's the answer jennifer it seems to me it's this when you're on the left politics is everything because you want bigger government you want government to dominate more parts of people's lives and you look upon government as the solution to every problem when you're on the right chances are eve got a family married people people who are in family situations vote overwhelmingly republican they really do mitt mitt romney won married voters by about twenty points i mean it was it was not even close donald trump won married women in this last election and people who have families and by the way religious people people were part of a religious community vote overwhelmingly conservative and we are involved as conservatives and what edmund burke called the little platoons of society everything isn't the federal government in other words what matters to my life is what happens in my family and my congregation what happens in my son's family's life and and what happens in my business and all of those things mean that okay you lose politically if you're on the right it's not the end of the world it just isn't the end of the world you go on and you fight again but for for liberals they view this as the pacalypse also because they have looked now to the supreme court to be there super legislature they've lost the house they've lost the senate they've lost the presidency and now the prospect of having a supreme court that says you know we're not gonna make law that's not our job it's the job of people's elected representatives that to a lot of people on the left is absolute heresy a jennifer i appreciate your call and very much appreciate your putting a very substantive question let's go to chuck schumer who was on.

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"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Back to michael medved eight sixty am the answer on the michael medved show talking about the the reaction and it's it's an insane overreaction and by the way a bunch of liberals are noticing that it is and there's one liberal in particular who just put up a column over at the new york times where he calls out his fellow liberals for destroying themselves but jennifer in roseville california i think asked a terrific question which is why is it that there is this kind of insane emotional overreaction and when barack obama appointed to liberal jurists sonia sotomayor and elena kagan to the supreme court you didn't have this kind of reaction and here's here's the answer jennifer it seems to me it's this when you're on the left politics is everything because a bigger government you want government to dominate more parts of people's lives and you look upon government as the solution to every problem when you're on the right chances are you've got a family married people people who are in family situations vote overwhelmingly republican they really do mitt mitt romney won married voters by about twenty points i mean it was it was not even close burr donald trump won married women in this last election and people who have families and by the way religious people people were part of a religious community vote overwhelmingly conservative and we are involved as conservatives and what edmund burke called the little platoons of society everything isn't the federal government in other words what matters to my life is what happens in my family and my congregation what happens in my son's family's life and and what happens in my business and all of those things mean that okay you lose politically if you're on the right it's not the end of the world it just isn't the end of the world you go on and you fight again but for for liberals they view this as the pacalypse also because they have looked now to the supreme court to be there super legislature they've lost the house they've lost the senate they've lost the presidency and now the prospect of having a supreme court that says you know what we're not gonna make law that's not our job it's the job of people's elected representatives that to a lot of people on the left is absolute heresy a jennifer i appreciate your call and very much appreciate your putting a very substantive question let's go to chuck schumer who was on.

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"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"On the michael medved show talking about the the overreaction and it's it's an insane overreaction and by the way a bunch of liberals are noticing that it is and there's one liberal in particular who just put up a column over at the new york times where he calls out his fellow liberals for destroying themselves but jennifer in roseville california i think asked a terrific question which is why is it that there is this kind of insane emotional overreaction and when barack obama appointed to liberal jurists sonia sotomayor and elena kagan to the supreme court you didn't have this kind of reaction and here's here's the answer jennifer it seems to me it's this when you're on the left politics is everything because he want bigger government you want government to dominate more parts of people's lives and you look upon government as the solution to every problem when you're on the right chances are you've got a family married people people who are in family situations vote overwhelmingly republican they really do mitt mitt romney won married voters by about twenty points i mean it was it was not even close donald trump won married women in this last election and people who have families and by the way religious people people were part of a religious community vote overwhelmingly conservative and we are involved as conservatives and what edmund burke called the little platoons of society everything isn't the federal government in other words what matters to my life is what happens in my family and my congregation what happens in my son's family's life and and what happens in my business and all of those things mean that okay you lose politically if you're on the right it's not the end of the world it just isn't the end of the world you go on fighting him but for for liberals they view this as the pakalitha also because they have looked now to the supreme court to be there super legislature they've lost the house they've lost the senate they've lost the presidency and now the prospect of having a supreme court that says you know we're not gonna make law that's not our job it's the job of people's elected representatives that to a lot of people on the left is absolute heresy a jennifer i appreciate your call and very much appreciate your putting a very substantive question let's go to chuck schumer who was on.

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"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"A great point and i made that point yesterday what sonia sotomayor said and her descent that you can't ignore the things that trump said on the campaign stop when he referred to the band as a muslim ban you can't refer to the president when the implied that it was about the religion of islam you want us just to look at the document itself and as you pointed out said repeatedly that obamacare wasn't attacks wasn't attacks wasn't attacks wouldn't attacks guess what the basis upon which they supreme court upheld obamacare as a tax because he's words now what about the it report the idea report numerate all these things that were said by hmo investigators and other personnel working for the fbi would a moron trumpy is we gotta stop him we will stop him and you can't use those words to discern in the tent sonia sotomayor said trump's words quote contaminated and showed impermissible discriminatory animus close quote you see what these screen court judges were differing over whether a matter of law you can take into consideration a president's words or candidates works just as the supreme court ruled as a matter of law you couldn't take into consideration obama's words even though he said macaire wasn't a tax that's about the law whether you can take somebody's words as opposed to looking at the legislation on the case of the executive order an executive order in the case of the report we're talking about intent the intent of these investigators whether or not there animus based upon their own words might have altered their judgment affected their behaviour affected the outcome that's a very different thing we're looking at rather than as a matter of law when you're looking at somebody's intent what's the best thing to look at what they say looking very evidence of bias what's the best thing to look at what they say i assume you follow the logic of sonia sotomayor you'd say that these words we're quote contaminated by impermissible discriminatory animus end of quote you following me back to trump place and so obviously numerous people we have a list of twenty five people that i actually had doing my election i had to twenty a little while ago a very excellent great talented highly educated highly intelligent hopefully genetics people i think when i was running i i put down twenty people because nothing politician i think people wanted to hear what some of my choices may be pretty effective and i think you see the kind of quality that we're looking at what you look at that list i did it i added five additional people to the list so it will be somebody from that so we have now about twenty five people boy did they ever dread this moment kennedy's a swing butter inside sometimes of the democrat so his vote is really important if you're on the left or if you're in the middle but it's terrifying people in the middle and on the left because it has potential to swing the court in different some friends say he's been thinking about stepping down and if he does that would allow president trump to make the court solidly conservative for decades if he decides to retire and their size that he would it would be a war for this court like nothing seen in the past thirty years since the nomination of robert bork was defeated and justice kennedy took his seat that's right all right terry thank you everything changes in washington retires be just seismically he is a moderate conservative so if he does that's gonna get president trump a massive opportunity to move the court further to the right for generations and democrats would basically be powerless to stop it and the issue that they're most afraid about israel v wade which was on the nation struck down every single antiabortion law in all fifty states and issue that should have remained in.

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"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"All right moving on a lot of news to cover some sort of spending a lot of time but thus the're sorry travel ban dust all over my just got a new computer new max great so travel ban travel ban big win yesterday a couple points couple takeaways from the supreme court trump institute and of course they travel ban from what is it venezuela north korea syria couple of iran couple terror ridden countries that had a tough time instituting any kind of mechanism to vet people coming to the united states it wasn't relatively simple travel ban it was based in in strong immigration law that gives the president power to do so couple points on this no sonia sotomayor who wrote one of the descends from the peace wrote the well the travel ban joe we we should consider the president's statements in this beforehand where he said he wanted to to ban muslims in other words although the travel ban as as john roberts chief justice point now contains no language whatsoever about any religion right andy forget about being muslim sonia sotomayor's point possess and if i'm not explaining this please stop me my soda or said well it's the president's intent that should be factored into it and based on some of his campaign statements about one eight to ban muslims this travel ban although it mentions nothing about religion nothing about islam at all that we should take into account the president's intent now a lot of you listening who are maybe new to politics may say well that's fair enough and i get why you might say that folks that's nonsense taking into account campaign statements i asked you this and this is for your liberal friends who are going to bring that up at the president said this okay so now we're taking into account what they said not what the law actually says right so that's your point again on this show we try to do reason right so reason if we're trying to distill this down to a principle that liberals are trying to get across right the liberal point is this that it's not what the law says because ladies and gentlemen i cannot be clear clear on this cannot be any clear runs the president's travel ban does not mention religion at all it is if you're gonna call it a muslim ban sadia fringe where does it actually ban muslim it doesn't matter of fact it north korean venezuela are included in the muslim but and there's not majority muslim countries at all obviously it also only affects eight percent of the muslim world so if it's a muslim ban it's the worst muslim ban ever it is not it does not mention religion at all so they're operating principles while the president said something about a muslim ban okay so the.

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Judge orders families separated at the border be reunited within 30 days

Joel Riley

02:24 min | 2 years ago

Judge orders families separated at the border be reunited within 30 days

"Newsradio six ten wtvn joel riley and columbus is six twenty seven it is federal judge in california ordering yesterday children taken away from their parents crossing the border must be reunited with them in thirty days and fourteen days if they're younger than five it's us district judge dana sabe raw appointed by former president george w bush also issued nationwide injunction on families being separated going forward unless the parent is deemed unfit or doesn't want to be with the child order further requires that the government provide contact between parents and their kids by phone within ten days yesterday's decision came a seventeen states all led by democrat attorney general and washington dc so the administration earlier in the day to force it to reunite the kids with their parents i understand that it's a very tough time in last week we all talked about and said it's gotta stop and it has the president tried to get congress to act on it they wouldn't so he did and the moves are being made and so again there's a lot of call it grandstanding but there's so much more to the story that people seem to forget you know you try to make people do their jobs like they're supposed to and they won't so then you have to take the action and then you know credit isn't given because people have an ax to grind it's just weird to me supreme court upheld the third most recent version of president trump's travel ban it affects countries like libya and iran syria yemen somalia as well as venezuela and north korea it was a five four decision it was split for sure sharp dissent from liberal justice sonia sotomayor charged that the court made a historic mistake and failing to recognize that the band discriminates chief justice john roberts wrote the majority opinion saying that the travel ban was with win was within the white authority the presidents have over immigration and the responsibility for keeping the nation safe roberts rejected the claim of anti muslim bias he says that was based largely on trump's tweets and statement since beginning his presidential run the decision takes no position on the ban it self saying we express no view on the soundness of the policy so there you go there minute away we're gonna update traffic and weather wet in most spots this morning and still some showers out there this morning so we'll get you up to date traffic and weather.

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Hannity, Mitch Mcconnell and Trump discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

01:28 min | 2 years ago

Hannity, Mitch Mcconnell and Trump discussed on Sean Hannity

"Amazing hannity hope you'll join us tonight nine eastern on the fox news channel as we continue senate gop leader mitch mcconnell says he thinks the supreme court got it right with today's ruling upholding president trump's controversial travel ban correspondent kaitlan collins has four high court justices dissented justice sonia sotomayor issuing a stinging rebuttal clothing anti muslim statements trump is made in the past and writing that holding a rose the foundational principles of religious tolerance that the court elsewhere has so emphatically protected secretary alexander says health and human services still has custody of two thousand forty seven children who were separated from their parents at the border that's just six fewer than the number offered by hhs last wednesday first lady melania trump plans to make a second visit to an immigrant children shelter in coming days emergency crews are on the scene of a reported explosion a partial building collapse at a hospital in gatesville texas there are reports of injuries jan johnson the news brought to you by in and out burger there's no room for compromise and equality burger that's why it in an out they use patties litter never frozen and only the freshest produce they can find because that's what a hamburger's all about with a look at the roads.

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"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Trends this is the mytalk now trending report things human to know and this report is being brought to you by shell oil it is tax day to day so the today is the deadline to file all of your taxes and i know some some businesses are offering some deals for today so that gives you a little a little happiness in this possibly stressful day and of course the billboard music awards nominations those are trending right now the top artists nominated drake kendrick lamar bruno mars ed sheeran and taylor swift no surprise with any of those so we are looking forward to that show coming up soon here soon may twentieth is one it will be on tv so that will be fun supreme court justice sonia sotomayor your is trending she broke her shoulder apparently she fell at her home broker shoulder and sound like she will still be continuing her duties so get well soon sonia and desharnais linden is trending she is the first american woman to win the boston marathon since nineteen eighty five so good for you congratulations you are definitely the bad ass of the day now you know what we know see more at mytalk one zero seven one dot com what about the answer whatever unhappy ever after hi good morning.

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"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Do advance a cause or simply fulfil invitations the late antonin scalia ginsberg's unlikely bff on the court was a hero for legal conservatives yes but when you went to an event that he spoke at came out a lot smarter and the live media never treated scalia like this never conservatives but we're not the media we're not the media this is usa today by the way how come this hasn't folded yet actually make money at usa today it's more like usa yesterday justice sonia sotomayor your is a heroin for ethnic minorities and her age as a two time cancer survivor with a target on her back target on her back republicans wanna filler seat and even some democrats say she should have retired while barack obama was president ginsburg seems intent on out hustling everyone you know what it is folks she's an ego maniac many of these people on the court think that they're irreplaceable that the irreplaceable we've had justices who've stayed on the court past the point of insanity if you read my old book men in black you'd know who they are we've had justices who hang onto the very end and usa today that apparently is what ruth bader ginsburg is going to do and it really is not an act of selflessness an act of an overactive ego and selfishness i'll be right back the mark levin.

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"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on Radiolab Presents: More Perfect

Radiolab Presents: More Perfect

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"sonia sotomayor" Discussed on Radiolab Presents: More Perfect

"As much as the average man so to my order is also the woman who get interrupted the most for your set of your damned either way ran mm now maybe the most surprising thing that they found in this study is that as more and more women joined the court first he just had sandra day o'connor than rpg joined today you have sonia sotomayor and elena kagan you'd think the men might get used to it they might it on the interruptions yes and no it was the opposite a number of interruptions has increased it certainly as there are more women on the court we can't say for sure that that's the cause or if that's just at the same time um but given that there is so much interruption of women disproportionately and the rate at which women are being interrupt seems to be increasing in the las particularly loss four years since they've been three women on the court um it does seem to be uh in line with other research in areas such as congress and the board room that show that as more women enter traditionally male domain the men become actually more aggressive rather than getting used to the idea so when there are few token women they can live with that but as the numbers increased too you know a significant plurality within the men start in a really interrupting the women oh no like it could be that there's a sort of hump that eventually get over.

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