26 Burst results for "Statutory Authority"
HUD's Tactics to Weaken & Destroy Zoning Laws for Democrats
"Their new tools are accessory dwelling units a to use which can be apartments or garages and stand-alone dwellings Large multi-family transit oriented developments and surrounding train stations and bus depots The efforts are being fueled by housing activists and progressive think tanks like the brookings institute Which declared in a January 2022 article quote by some measures the suburban counties around New York City have some of the worst exclusionary zoning in the nation To understand the hostility to suburbs some background is useful The initial strategy was to usurp local control through litigation brought by hud It had limited success because to eviscerate local control had had to prove racial discrimination Which by the 80s and 90s had been largely eradicated Saha tried other tactics in 2900 and a housing activist forced New York's Westchester county into a settlement to build 750 units of affordable housing due to the county sloppy reporting of its federal housing grants The hunt then hud tried to use the settlement as a wedge to expand agreement And forced Westchester to sue individual municipalities to change their zone Hud's efforts failed due to its lack of statutory authority due to New York's constitutional protection of local zoning Because then county executive rob astorino now running in the Republican gubernatorial primary to challenge hackle Fought to protect the municipalities
Fresh update on "statutory authority" discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Conservative lawyers ask a judge to block Biden's student loan forgiveness. Here's what to know by Katie Reilly. A conservative law organization has launched the first legal challenge to President Biden's student loan debt forgiveness plan, calling the policy, flagrantly illegal because it wasn't authorized by Congress. Biden's plan would wipe out the student loan debt of 20 million borrowers and reduce the debt of 23 million more. But the lawsuit claims that it financially harms the borrowers in 7 states whose debt cancellation will be taxed. Congress did not authorize the executive branch to unilaterally cancel student debt. Caleb kruckenberg, an attorney at Pacific legal foundation, which brought the lawsuit, said in a statement. Its flagrantly illegal for the executive branch to create a $500 billion program by press release, and without statutory authority, or even the basic notice and comment procedure for new regulations. Under Biden's plan, borrowers who make less than $125,000 per year will receive up to $10,000 in federal student loan forgiveness, borrowers who attended college with pell grants designed to help low income students are eligible for up to $20,000 and forgiveness if they meet the same income requirements. The lawsuit references a Penn Wharton budget model analysis, which estimates Biden's plan will cost up to $519 billion over ten years. A report by the congressional budget office published Monday, estimated the plan could cost about $400 billion. The lawsuit garrison V U.S. Department of Education was filed in the U.S. district court for the southern district of Indiana on Tuesday. The lawsuits plaintiff is Frank garrison, a Pacific legal foundation attorney in Indiana, who received a pell grant to attend college and qualifies for $20,000 in debt forgiveness under Biden's plan because he makes less than $125,000 per year, according to the complaint. The lawsuit hinges on the income taxes that will be applied to student debt forgiveness in some states, arguing that debt cancellation will cause garrison to incur a financial obligation that he would not otherwise have faced. Garrison has been paying off his student loans through the public service loan forgiveness program, which offers debt forgiveness to borrowers who pursue public service careers, and he expected to receive full forgiveness through the PSLF program in about four years, according to the lawsuit. But under Biden's new plan, about 8 million borrowers who qualify for debt forgiveness and whose financial information is already on file with the Department of Education, including garrison, will have forgiveness automatically applied to their accounts beginning in October. He argues that's a problem because he'll have to pay income taxes on that debt forgiveness. 7 states, including Indiana, are planning to tax student debt forgiveness as income. According to an analysis by the tax foundation, an independent nonprofit focused on tax policy. Garrison's lawsuit claims that, while his debt forgiveness would not be taxed if he continued under the PSLF program, he will owe more than $1000 in income taxes when he automatically receives $20,000 in forgiveness under Biden's plan. Frank will be stuck with a tax bill that makes him financially worse off than continuing with his repayment program under PSLF. The Pacific legal foundation said in a press release about the case. He did not ask for cancellation, doesn't want it, and has no way to opt out of it. Will this delay student loan forgiveness? The Pacific legal foundation filed a temporary restraining order to stop the loan forgiveness plan from taking effect. But a judge has yet to rule on that order, while the lawsuit argues Biden lacked the authority to cancel student debt, the Biden administration has argued the president has the authority to cancel student debt under the higher education relief opportunities for students or heroes act of 2003. The law gives the U.S. education secretary the authority to change student financial assistance programs during a war, military operation, or a national emergency. In this case, the COVID-19 pandemic. We further conclude that reducing or canceling the principal balances of student loans, including for a broad class of borrowers who the secretary determines suffered financial harm because of COVID-19, could be a permissible response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Assistant attorney general, Christopher Schroeder, wrote in a memo about use of the heroes act last month..
"statutory authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Its authority with its mask mandate the message went out to passengers on many flights yesterday including this United flight out of Denver Masks are no longer required on the U.S. domestic flights Please feel free to keep wearing them if you would like to but this goes for both employees and passengers it is now an option The TSA says it will no longer enforce the requirement This is NPR news And it's doubly NYC at 6 32 good Tuesday morning I'm Michael hill 40 with some clouds out there Sunshine in the forecast today and going up into the mid 50s It's going to be beautiful Once we get past this cloudiness and these showers New York City has a lot to do in fast to curb its carbon emissions and prepare for climate change now city dwellers contract the progress of those efforts online thanks to the city's controller's office WNYC's rosemary midstream explains The climate dashboard is a new oversight tool from New York City's comptroller It tracks progress on greeting the power grid climate resiliency capital projects and initiatives to reduce carbon emissions Louise young is the comptroller's climate officer Really kind of crystallizing how much more we have to go and then collectively across all the different parts of the city from DOT and the mayor's office where we need to push those letters to make progress Made for residents and decision makers alike the dashboard also provides neighborhood level detail on the chances of flooding and heat waves Other news now do you have to wear that mask this morning to ride an MTA train or bus the MTA says yes because it's still following CDC guidelines even though yesterday of Florida federal judge struck down the mask mandate for planes trains buses and other public transportation the judge ruled the CDC exceeded its statutory authority to impose the mandate New York won reports Amtrak and Uber both say they planned to drop the mask requirement A lawyer for a recently resigned New York lieutenant governor Brian Benjamin says he will challenge corruption charges brought against Benjamin last week Benjamin is free on a $250,000 bail He pleaded not guilty to bribery fraud in conspiracy He resigned the same day he surrendered attorney Barry Burke told a Manhattan federal judge yesterday that he expects to challenge the corruption charges he says the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that prosecutions based solely on political contributions and no personal benefits pose tough legal challenges for prosecutors Your forecasts now Partly sunny and 55 and breezy today 40 and breezy tonight tomorrow sunny and a high near 60 and gusty as well 40 in cloudy now it's WNYC at 6 34 Support for NPR comes from member stations and from easy cater committed to solving food for today's workplaces from sales meetings to employee lunches online.
Elon Musk Thumbs His Nose at the SEC Again With Twitter Stake
"Here's how Alex Sherman and Laura Kalani at MS excuse me could be but NBC what is a CNBC Report on Elon Musk doing something really for freedom I hope he does I hope he's able to have a very positive impact there And makes a difference because he's one of the few people who's quite capable of it I believe And of course Biden doesn't invite him to the meetings when it comes to electric vehicles He brings in GM and Ford and the others because Elon Musk is non union Of course we can't have that You know my view is union non union We'll take them all but that's not Biden's view of course because he's for democracy and against autocracy So CNBC covers it this way Elon Musk thumbs his nose at the SEC again with Twitter stake And you know it's so pathetic Would that be the same SEC now that is demanding that people comply with climate change regulations I hope they're litigated up the wazoo on that They have no statutory authority to do that whatsoever The SEC disgusting It is disgusting how they march us in this country violate our law abuse these bureaucracies abuse our children it is disgusting the whole damn thing
A Wisconsin Judge Rules Absentee Ballot Drop Boxes Are Not Allowed Under State Law
"Important story of the day. And unless you read the federalist or a couple of conservative sites or listen to a show like mine, you won't hear this story. It's a huge story and you need to keep it in mind. If you're losing hope, walk a shock county, Wisconsin, circuit, court judge Michael boran ruled that there is no statutory authority. To allow the state of Wisconsin to use drop boxes and ballot harvesting. In fact, the judge ruled that the drop boxes in the ballot harvesting violate state law. The Wisconsin elections commission, which is under fire for allegedly bending and even openly violating state law to give Biden an edge, authorized the surge in drop boxes, the judge said that they had no lawful authority to do so. So when you say nothing's being done about election integrity, I say this with love. I say this, I say this with respect. You're wrong. You're wrong.
Federal Appeals Court Blocks Joe Biden's Vaccine Mandate
"Daily wire just some examples Federal appeals court blocks Biden's staggeringly over broad vaccine mandate This is the 5th circuit Court of Appeals they did this late on Friday calling it as I said staggeringly over broad The three judge panel in New Orleans ruled that Biden's mandate grossly exceeds osha's statutory authority something I told you right here I mean read the statute Now the Obama lawyers read the statute they didn't give a damn And writing that rather than a delicately handled scalpel the mandate is one size fits all sledgehammer that makes hardly any attempt to account for differences in workplaces and workers They have more than a little bearing on workers varying degrees of susceptibility to the supposedly grave danger the mandate purports to address This is a quote from them Judges Curt the englehart Edith H Jones who would have been outstanding on the Supreme Court on her day And Stuart Kyle Duncan said that the mandate imposed financial burdens on businesses They could potentially violate the constitution while it does Writing the mandate imposes a financial burden of on them by deputizing their participation in ocean's regulatory scheme exposes them to severe financial risk if they refuse or fail to comply And threatens to decimate their workforces and business prospects by forcing unwilling employees to take their shots take their tests or hit the road The court stayed the mandate in a ruling Saturday writing that there were potentially grave statutory and constitutional issues with the mandate
"statutory authority" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The 5th circuit Court of Appeals has blocked the Biden administration's mandate on millions of you To get a vaccine or be tested weekly or be fired And I told you before I said it on television As well as here this is unconstitutional plenary police powers belong to the states This has never been done before And furthermore the osha has no statutory authority despite what the liars say in The White House and as for what they have emergency authority They do have emerged the authority the steps you have to go through but it is not applied to this Osha has no no authority over vaccines whatsoever In the federal government under our constitution is no authority to mandate them either None Ladies and gentlemen people do not understand well over 70% of the population in this country is apart from children have been vaccinated Well over 70% We're almost at 80% And when you consider the percentage of people who've had the virus and have natural communities this is just utterly preposterous And there's a great piece of just the new Solomon site The CDC study claiming the vaccination offers stronger protection than natural immunity Is false It's a lie A contradicts this massive study done by the Israelis over this summer with hundreds of thousands of people because the Israelis have been keeping data on their citizens in the use of these vaccines and so forth and so on And the CDC is just lying A friend of mine looked at their data who's an expert And said this is crap And this is why you don't trust the CDC You don't trust Fauci in the NIH You don't trust HHS or Biden because they're politicizing all of this All of it Just consult with your doctor You do what you and your doctor to sign Ladies and gentlemen montesquieu the great French philosopher heavily relied on founding fathers when it came to the separation of powers once said and was influenced by them They were influenced by him And by the way montesquiou you'll find in several places in the federalist papers He said tyranny is not so dangerous to the public welfare as the apathy of a citizen in a democracy In other words we Patrice must stand up to the infiltration of American Marxism in our daily life Now the first way to do this is to recognize that this is a real problem and frankly discuss what can be done about it And this is why we do what we do at Levin TV on the blaze TV network We don't back down to anyone.
"statutory authority" Discussed on Radio Survivor Podcast
"It's going to count against pacific and they try to renew the license for the station. Which is a big deal. Civic challenges gets up to the supreme court and the supreme court actually has asked to deal with two very similar but radically different issues. One can the government regulate this speech on a constitutional basis for broadcasters and does the fcc the statutory authority did congress. Actually give the fcc the power to do this now again. No one has ever asked this question. Legal context so those are how those two questions get resolved and the court looks at the monologue and they make a really interesting argument. They agree that the fcc has the statutory authority going back to the twenties that that's never been tested becomes part of that but on the constitutional question they go back to the oldest idea and broadcasting scarcity right they go to scarcity but are they also make kind of an interesting argument. That broadcasting is very pervasive media. You turn it on and you hear it or you see it right and that parents should have the right to control this now. They don't go against the idea that it's protected speech. That comes on later later in a different case but they say the fcc definitely has the power to control broadcast that have indecent but not obscene speech. And that's a question that hasn't been resolved now. The the decision is interesting for its historical context. But what comes out of the decision is more interesting in the discussion of regulation of indecency whole lot. And that is that carlin. Seven dirty words his seven dirty words are literally the definition of indecency for the fcc for the next twenty years and that's an important part of the story. He dad dirty work he did the fcc after pacifica but before sykes takes over at the fcc the seven dirty words are what it takes to get the fcc on an actionable situation. So it's it's really important. It's a seven ironic. Become really important and one thing. I just wanted to tease out a little bit here..
A Debate with Dr. Rashad Richey on Mask Mandates in Schools
"Welcome to debate night here at turning point. Usa headquarters honored to have with us today. Dr ritchie a very well known radio talk show host in atlanta also a college professor amongst many of the things. I'm sure i'm forgetting and today we're gonna be talking about co the mandates schools mass and so much more. The way that this conversation will go is a doctor. Richard will begin with some thoughts of for two minutes uninterrupted. I'll respond with two minutes uninterrupted and go back and forth in that format for about a minute each will take about a ten second break or a little bit break and then we'll just kind of have at it and so dr richard. Thank you for being here and the floor is yours. You being trouble charlie. All right. here's the thing mask. Mandates in schools are water was inappropriate. And here's why first of all the vast majority of american voters actually support mass mandates for schoolteachers and for those who are inside of the school system But look what it actually does and mask mandate people that argue against it. They say this is an true general civil liberties but think about it. A dress code is that in a true civil liberty. A vaccination mandate. Is that an intrusion on civil. Let me bring you back to k through twelve education again. One hundred percent of all public schools in the united states of america require vaccination to enter vaccine passport. Already play not a two percent of private institutions require a vaccine in order to ten. Let's go to the mask. Mandate the mask mandate protocol is in place for the safety of students. This is based on verifiable science ninety percent of those in the field of science the field of study they say yes it actually decreases the spread of covert nineteen. But now you have people around this country literally rather than throwing on the mask. They rather throw fist. They're fighting schoolteachers. They're fighting those that oppose them and they are threatening to fight school. Board members because of a mass mandate. I have not seeing this kind of activity at school board meetings over anything except for these mandates but remember mandates are already in place school boards. Have the statutory authority to implement administrative law given to them by the states based on the construct of the tenth amendment of the us constitution. These school boards well within the constitutional right and statutory authority in order to implement such a protocol justice. They have the ability to say. Here's the dress code. Here's the vaccination requirement. Here's the teacher credentialing requirements and. Here's what it takes to to the next grade.
"statutory authority" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"And don't with Biden's latest covid 19. Requirements. So he first you know, he campaigned and initially governed on the notion that he would not mandate vaccines or masks. And he's gone back on that, But, hey, you know what? It's not like the media is going to call him out for it. They're just going to take care of old Uncle Joe. They're going to take care of and cover it all up. No critical review of this administration. But is it legal? Well, he's actually using the right Agency. Uh, to make it a workplace issue Ocean. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has long had statutory authority to regulate. Workplace conditions. Now. This is important because previously, the Biden administration has tried to use the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and they've lost in court. The last big loss was When Biden had CDC ignore a Supreme Court ruling to implement a nationwide eviction moratorium. And the courts very quickly through that out as well. Because what they said was CDC is a public health agency. And can give guidance and even in some cases regulations on health issues, but it cannot deal with rent issues. Nationally, the federal government doesn't have that statute. That Allows CDC to have a ban on Uh, infections. Now what they said was states could do that. But Um, at least they legally could do that. But the question becomes, Is it a violation of your property rights? Because if you basically say we're not going to enforce contracts for property Um you better have a pretty damn good reason, particularly when all the other contracts seem to be enforced. So I do ultimately think that the eviction moratorium will get tossed out. But back to this OSHA requirement. The requirement is that if you're a business with more than 100 employees You have to mandate that your employees get vaccinated or They have to get tested each week. And if they if you don't comply. If you're in any way, shape or form form, not compliant. That includes if you decide to take the risk and allow people not to be vaccinated. Um, and that they Don't test properly or you don't hold this accountable. Probably We don't track things properly. We're talking millions of dollars of fines. And so there's a reason why OSHA is proposing millions of dollars of fines. They don't want you to test your employees. They really just want you to fire employees that are not going to get the vaccine as a way of using employment as the weapon. So The question becomes, Is it legal? Well, you may think for a moment, OSHA has the right to regulate workplace conditions and covid could present a workplace conditions hazard. Someone could get sick from Covid..
"statutory authority" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Why, and the answer is that's correct. That's correct. She moves on to the next question. Because she can't answer that question. That question is not posed on CNN or MSNBC. That question is not posed by the New York Slimes of the Washington compost. That question is not posed by NBC, CBS or ABC that today show Good Morning America or any of the other quasi cooking shows on in the morning. Now it's not asked because it exposes. A problem. And when these governors go to court and others go to court, they need to point these facts out. It's an emergency. Well, then why isn't there a universal application just based on what they're saying? How can it apply to American citizens, but not to illegal aliens? More. How can it apply to businesses had hired Over 100 people but not businesses that hire less than 100 people. More Where is the historic legislative legal authority for OSHA? Through the Labor Department of the issuing regulations. To determine medical decisions. To determine employment decisions to determine business decisions of this sort. There is no basis What about separation of powers a constitutional question. That is. There is no statutory authority for this. Biden doesn't go to Congress and ask for a vote because he won't get it. So he just does it on his own dictator. Dictator. And of course, the consequences to the private sector are devastating. They're already having trouble hiring people and keeping people Thank God 1000 mandates placed upon him and the Democrats intend to place 1000 more. And take their money at the same time with this bill that their proposal They want to hand out more freebies and more checks. Making it ever more difficult to get people to actually go to work. And now they're saying to the employer, you are going to do our bidding. You are going to become part of the government's iron fist. We did it, the big tech and now we're going to do it to you. Every single employer in the nation. Private sector. With 100 more employees. You will now be an appendage of the Biden administration and you will do what you are told. Or you will be hugely fine. But don't talk about freedoms. Ladies and gentlemen. Don't talk about that because the government never abused his power. The government always abuses power. Always I'll be right back month.
"statutory authority" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Is the limit on his power? And I think what we see is that there will be no limit. So before I let you go. I want to get into how you would approach this. We're already hearing states' attorneys General. Get into this conversation. They're going to fight this governors like Christine O South Dakota, saying. See you in court and others doing the same. You're the lawyer. You're representing the state of Indiana. What is your case? How? What is the case? You're making to why this? This regulation from OSHA should not be allowed to stand. Simply that it's beyond the authority of the statutory authority that there is no authority for the president will say, Oh, shit to do this, that it is not an occupational safety matter. It doesn't fall under the regulations, and therefore they have no power to do it, just like the CDC had no power to men. To mandate evictions, even though the government claimed that was health related that you know that was within their power, So I think the first thing you need to do is focus. On whether they have the authority because if they have, don't have the authority, it doesn't matter whether it's constitutional or not. None of that matters. They can't do it. The OSHA OSHA is not a you know, regulation for, you know. Controlling every single thing the business does. And I don't think that this will fall under. You know what Relates to OSHA because normally OSHA has to do with things that are work related. You know what sort of materials there you use. Are you using a proper ladder? Do you have proper supervisors there? Do you have oxygen available all those sort of things. Now they're saying that they're going to require that just to even hire somebody they have to have had a medical treatment. That I think is a stretch. By the way, OSHA, the Occupational.
"statutory authority" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Oliver Wendell Holmes appointed by Republican nonetheless, a so called progressive He writes in the decision. Buck vs Bell. The principle that sustains compulsory vaccination is broad enough to cover cutting the fallopian tubes. Three generations of in Brussels are enough. And back opened the floodgates by 1938 total of 24 states were involved in involuntary sterilization. This is why some people fear the power grid mark that would never happen again, Folks. That was in the 19 twenties and thirties. At the beginning of the Covid 19 pandemic estates, issued lockdown orders that close businesses and prohibit a large gathering several judges justified. Those restrictions based on Jacobson vs Massachusetts Since it was the most recent decision explicitly addressing state powers during disease epidemic, even for was 115 years old. But in a reversal, the U. S Supreme Court ruled in 2020 against broadly applying the logic of Jacobson to all covid 19 lockdown restrictions, and Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn. Versus Andrew Coma, the court decided the state of New York violated the constitutional rights of citizens wanted to safely gathering churches and synagogues during the pandemic. The reasoning was the lockdown laws barred religious gatherings altogether while still allowing secular business to operate at limited capacity. His vaccines against Covid 19 became readily available across the U. S. Employers, including government agencies, hospitals and so forth started to mandate the shots and employees. That followed a joint statement from a major medical group encouraging the policy. Now this is where we are, You see, because One of the arguments that is assumed can be made. Will be that Joe Biden has the Southern border open. Illegal aliens coming into the country do not have to be tested do not have to be vaccinated, even people coming in from Afghanistan. Do not have to be vaccinated so people are coming into the country, potentially spreading the virus. While Joe Biden Is putting the arm On private businesses and so forth, and the question is going to be if he actually has the statutory authority. He's using an OSHA regulation. He doesn't have a straight up statute. He's using an OSHA.
"statutory authority" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, appointed by Republican nonetheless, a so called progressive He writes in the decision. Buck vs Bell. The principle that sustains compulsory vaccination is broad enough to cover cutting the fallopian tubes. Three generations of imbeciles are enough. And back opened the floodgates by 1930. A total of 24 states were involved in involuntary sterilization. This is why some people fear the power grid mark that would never happen again, Folks. It was in the 19 twenties and thirties. At the beginning of the Covid 19 pandemic estates. They should lockdown orders that close businesses and prohibit a large gathering Several judges justified. Those restrictions based on Jacobson vs Massachusetts Since it was the most recent decision explicitly addressing state powers during disease epidemic, even if it was 115 years old. But in a reversal, the U. S Supreme Court ruled in 2020 against broadly applying the logic of Jacobson to all covid 19 lockdown restrictions in Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn. Versus Andrew Coma, the court decided the state of New York violated the constitutional rights of citizens wanted to safely gathering churches and synagogues during the pandemic. The reasoning was the lockdown laws barred religious gatherings altogether while still allowing secular business to operate at limited capacity. Vaccines against Covid 19 became readily available across the U. S. Employers, including government agencies, hospitals and so forth started to mandate the shots and employees. That followed a joint statement from a major medical group encouraging the policy. Now this is where we are, You see, because One of the arguments that is assumed can be made. Will be that Joe Biden has the Southern border open illegal aliens coming into the country. Do not have to be tested do not have to be vaccinated, even people coming in from Afghanistan. Do not have to be vaccinated, so people are coming into the country potentially spreading. The virus. While Joe Biden Is putting the arm Private businesses and so forth, and the question is going to be if he actually has the statutory authority. He's using an OSHA regulation. He doesn't have a straight up statute. He's using an.
"statutory authority" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The state may not count ballots where the voters needed to provide proof of identification and failed to do so. By November, 9th after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that mail in ballots could be accepted. Three days after Election Day, Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Book far submitted guidance that said Proof of identification could be provided up until November, 12th, which is six days from the ballot acceptance deadline. That guidance was issued two days before Election Day, Judge Mary Hannah Levitt said in a court order. That book far lacked statutory authority to issue the guidance in so far as a guy it's reported to change the deadline correspondent Bernie Bennett This was in line with the Trump campaign's argument, which was that there was no basis in the state's law to extend the identification deadline, and that book far did not have the power to unilaterally change it. As Corona virus cases increase across the country, some states or imposing new strictures. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine says new mask requirements are being issued for businesses across that state. Each business will be required to post a face covering requirements sign at all public entrances to the store. Two. Each store will be responsible for ensuring that customers and employees are wearing masks. If a business receives more than one violation, it must close for 24 hours. Data dump torrents of blustery rain on Florida's West coast as it moved over Florida After making landfall north of the heavily populated Tampa Bay area Thursday morning, Moe Taggart says she left her sailboat for a safer place to sleep when ADA passed by Gulf Port in southwest Florida, So we decided to book a hotel.
Everyone's messing with TrickBot
"Your last week when we were talking about how someone was interfering with the trick bought bought net and I said something along the lines of this kind of has the feeling of something that came off a whiteboard at Cyber Command. About that about that. Yes. Other news breaking that it wasn't fact Siva combined all up in trick thought. So yeah we well, you totally cold that one it it was the vibe. Yeah. It did feel coordinated that felt a little different than usual doesn't feel like the normal corporate tax downs we do know that the were some corporates involved as well as. Much. necessarily. The same operational whether it's incidence Mike stuff was also taking down some of the stuff in ways that we've kind of seen them do in the past But yeah, this one did feel a little different and yet it was. Yes. So it turns out Cyber Command were interfering with the trick bought botnets under the auspices of protecting the United States election, right the integrity of the election and confidence in the election because you know US security officials have been quite concerned that an adversary could use the deployment of ransomware on or around the election. Is a bit of a spoiler as a wide sue sort of arrived confidence in the US election I've seen some people pushing back on that on twitter. Some people insecurity saying, well, it's just a theoretical risk but look they have been thinking about this one table-topping this one for quite a long time I can tell you that with certainty I've been on this one for quite a long time. So I'm not surprised to see the move against trick much the same way that they moved against the IRA the Russian IRA that is before the midterms or during the midterms. A couple of years ago back in two thousand eighteen. So I'm not surprised to see them do this. Especially when you consider that trick bought has been linked to your all of shady state-sponsored stuff. Yeah. But I think it does make sense and when we talked last week, you know we speak that a bit about the healthcare impact was the trick bottle being involved in dropping the ransomware on the big hospital chain. We were talking about but I was focusing on the elections in a it's a thing that the Americans are particularly concerned about because it is a realistic thing that can happen but also it's A little bit more mandate to you know, go after and deal with things that are election-related and some of the tops with trick bought selling access rather actors on North Korea's one example incited. Does kind of tend to nations day territory. Both of those things are a little bit more in McMahon's wheelhouse than just like straight up criminal stuff and we've seen some people kind of suggesting that even if the technical risk to elections perhaps as pot credible who knows Hang on hang onto picked off. The trick on state and county systems right that could be involved in the election process some house I you know it does it does actually connect up pretty well I. Think and I had brief chat with Bobby Chesney about this he wrote a piece on it. For Law Fair and he says, yeah, if this is squarely aimed at ta protecting the election, then this type of activity would fall squarely within. The parameters of Cyber Command statutory authorities, right. So it which actually makes it less interesting because if they have done this because of the attacks against hospitals that would be crossing a big line but doing it because of the election actually less interesting. Yeah. It's funny. Funny because. It is a really interesting example of them acting against the network like this where election interfering is probably only one thing that trick part could be used where we've seen it being used for. But. Yeah. You're right. It would have been and we don't we taking action against the theoretical attack instead of the actual one which used down hundreds of hospitals. Just seems to be crazy. A place in the side effect right? If I do disrupt right but on that's it's also not particularly here to what extent this really has caused in payment. The operation of trick bought in the short term perhaps some in the long term doesn't really seem that way. You know we've made him a difference. We don't really know but anything that goes after those actors makes their lives more difficult is a good scientific even it wasn't the primary reason and we've also seen you know one kind of pot in public here and may well have been other actions going on and you know we may see ongoing. Activity against trick bottle you hang on hang on that's the part that's the part that comes next but let's just stay with the cyber command bit for now this could be signaling right? They are talking about this. The Washington Post comes out with four sources on this. They clearly talking about it to certain meteorite. Let's they're talking about it for a reason. Sorry. When people say this could be signaling I tend to think the fact that commanders even discussing it. Supports that theory. Yeah. I think that's a pretty straight line to draw. Obviously, Siva combines don a bunch of other things in the last year or two, and we haven't necessarily seen them discussed the same way as this during the previous mid Tim elections. You know he did see them saying you know we did the was some signaling. Russian ACA saying, Hey, we are up in your stuff we are watching you just. You know kind head things off. So the fact that we had some signaling then I think this has signaling now totally make sense it does. Now, where it gets interesting. Naira. As I said this isn't about the hospitals it's about a theoretical. That could could fall on election related systems right in a few weeks from now. But this begs the question couldn't you make the same argument for all botnets couldn't make the same argument for. In that case in that could be theoretically leveraged a state to undermine the election right and if that's the case why not attack them to? Know that there's any good reason not here I. Think it's very yeah absolutely you we've seen plenty of evidence of other Boston. It's being used to drop initial access as cover being used as unwittingly You know by other intelligence agencies to as vectors into places like there's absolutely a line to be drawn from all of the other big operation is such a natural good place to starve deniable they provide access the indeed they less well protected them. The networks are trying to break into our operation themselves. There's no reason not to go after the other ones under the same kind of logic to me. Well, that's the thing. Isn't it? Doesn't even though we're saying it hasn't crossed a line it kind of has. Saying, is that this? Is a national security risk that justifies the involvement of military organization. It's almost like this complicated. It's almost
"statutory authority" Discussed on KCRW
"It's more like a title. The travels like James Bond or the Batman. Yes, yes. Oh Ah, Let's talk about Don McGahn cause there was another important decision of the D C circuit in the past few days about McGann. This is the case about the former White House counsel whether he would have to comply with the subpoena from the House of Representatives, and the court basically said that the House of Representatives doesn't have any power to enforce a subpoena through the courts. Um, and so they can't enforce this one That seems like it's a pretty sweeping decision, right? Yes, I recall that first. The issue with the McGann case was that the The panel originally said that Congress didn't have standing the right To bring a suit. And then a on bog panel. Overruled that and then you have the panel back again. Now they're saying that Well, you can't enforce this subpoena house of representatives because you don't have any law that lets you do so. And you can't just imply or infer. Ah, right to do it from the language of the Constitution. So back in the seventies after the whole Watergate affair, there was some development in the law in Congress about who could compel what there was actually a law passed that Expressly allows the Senate to go to court to enforce subpoenas. But there was not identical law passed for the House of Representatives. And what the majority of the panel here says Sorry. You know, you're trying to do something that you don't have a specific statute allowing you to dio you go back and passed such a statue and use it. But for now, you don't have any specific statutory authority. Yeah, that is the judge in descent argues that you have Tio infer that authority from the structure of the Constitution and from just a fact of giving Congress subpoena power in the first place. How could the House have standing to sue to enforce a subpoena if it has no legal authority to enforce a subpoena? Well, that's an excellent question. It also raises the question if they didn't have legal authority. Why didn't that come up earlier? So standing and legal authority are a little different standings about whether or not you've been injured in some way and whether or not Ah, they're the federal court has a suitable place to deal with the injury specific statutory authority is a little more specific and complicated. Wait, I'm sorry, isn't isn't the question of whether the federal court is an appropriate place to seek remedy for the injury isn't an element of that that there's like there's actually a law that allows the court to do so. Yeah, A There is And to me. That's why this decisions questionable on why the earlier panel decision that there was standing implies that their statutory authority that's a good argument and I think that this outcome is somewhat bizarre. Finally, let's talk about the Vance case, District Attorney Cyrus Vance in Manhattan who has been pursuing the president's financial records from his accountant S O. There was a two review the past for this case, the president made arguments that he was immune from this investigation because he was president that went all the way to the Supreme Court. Supreme Court said No, you are not immune. However, you have all of the remedies that are available to a regular person to object to subpoenas on, so he made various objections in the trial court. The judge rejected all of them and then the seconds. There's an appeal to the second Circuit Court of Appeals on there is a stay that that court issued on those subpoenas while it considers the question of whether it should overturn that district judge's decision that the subpoena To Trump's accountant could proceed on DH so the they're going to do this pretty quickly, right? The district attorney has said. Well, I'm gonna wait for the court to rule on this. How long is it going to take the appeals court to decide whether these subpoenas can finally be enforced? Well, the court appeals did set a very accelerated briefing schedule. It's going to be heard the end of this month, the end of September. There could be AH decision than in October. But bear in mind that Whatever happens here, it doesn't result in the public getting information about Trump's tax returns anytime soon, because this is a question of whether or not the grand jury gets these things. There's actually speculation that Vance already has some of these documents the tax returns and that the reason he's seeking these particular set of documents is to head off in the past. Anticipated defenses that the Trump Organization might raise. Like, you know, we did this because we accountant said it was okay. Well, you would want the accounting documents to show that's not true. But whatever happens, it now looks as if you'll have a decision on this the second round through sometime in October, But that doesn't mean That the Trump tax returns become public before the election. Yeah, that's the kind of funny thing about the district attorney trying so hard to get the president's tax records from a from a third party, his accountant that would have thumb right. I mean, New York state levees, personal income taxes, corporate income taxes, your federal tax returns and generally get filed as an exhibit to your state tax returns. S O. New York State already has thes documents, presumably and and and what you're saying here is it's likely the district attorney has already been able to obtain those internally from within another arm of the government. The question is just what you're laying out here. All these. You have draft tax returns and communications between the accountant and the client's Andi..
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"They do not like watching federal courthouse to get burned. They do not like chaos in their streets. They're not finding any of this. And Joe Biden is embracing the suck. I mean, he really is. Joe Biden put out a statement. He's been pretty careful. About what he says on this sort of stuff because he doesn't want to appear like a radical but what he has said on what's going on in Portland is truly insane. He assailed President Trump and his administration quote, brutally attacking peaceful protesters and using egregious tactics. In response to recent demonstrations in Portland, Oregon, Oregon, he put out a statement to Buzzfeed, he said, We have a president who is determined to sow chaos in division. To make matters worse instead of better, he said. We all remember the appalling scenes in front of the White House when peaceful protesters were gassed to make way for a trump photo op now Homeland Security agents without a clearly defined mandate or authority, arranging far from federal property, stripped of badges and insignia and identifying markings to detain people, they're brutally attacking peaceful protesters, including a U. S Navy veteran. Okay, that's not true. Okay, That's not true. They are fully identified their police badges on them. If you look at their shoulders, they have insignia that explain which branch of the government they are from. In fact, here is a D. H s official cracking back on Joe Biden's idiot statements here. The fact is not only is their statues statutory authority for what the feds were doing right here. They are identifying themselves and they do have the authority to do it. Is the D H s official explaining yesterday. This is a benefit identification. Every single one of them has on their uniforms, and this is a baseline director, Klein said. He doesn't have his officers wear name tags because they're being docks. That's exactly right. That's another thing that's absolutely disgusting. So they're not only jeopardizing the lives of the agents, but they're also jeopardizing the lives of their families as they're putting out their home information. And they're suggesting the individuals go to their homes. So yes, I as acting Commissioner have authorized and supported removing their names from their uniform instead. What we have, though, is a personal identifier. So he's correct about this, but we've heard from Biden. It's the fascist in the streets, the jackboots in the streets, Kayleigh mcenany over, the White House said. By the way, we do have statutory authority for this their statutory authority to assist department. Homeland security by shifting forces from for example, Customs and Border Patrol it like their statutory authority. Idiot Jemele buoy at The New York Times, of course, has a piece talking about how This is just awful and a violation of all a law. He admits, by the way in his column that there is lawful authority to do all this stuff and lots of president, he says. The difference lies lessen the acts themselves. And in the way these events developed use of military force ing in strikers and protesters is certainly controversial, but for the most part, it unfolds along clear lines responsibility and involves powers expressly granted to the president. Okay, The president does have the ability under the Insurrection Act to call in federal forces to quell exactly the sort of activity there is statutory authority. There's been no constitutional allegations violations Jemele. Boo just doesn't like because Trump's doing it and because he is sympathetic to the goals of the people who are militating in favor of chaos is a secretive nationwide police force created without congressional input or authorization form from highly politicized agencies, highly politicized agencies, by the way, according to your means agencies where people are sympathetic to trump That's what highly politicized means to the State Department, which is very much a left leaning department not highly politicized ice because there are lot of people who support Trump highly politicized according to mildly, which means they're bad, which means they're a tyrannical wing of the U. S government. Anyway, Here's Kayleigh mcenany explaining. Yes. In fact, there is legal authority to do this. What you're referring to his Portland and 40 U. S. Code. 1315 gives DHHS the ability to deputize officers in any department or agency like Ice Custom and Border Patrol in Secret Service quote as officers and agents. They could be deputize for the duty of in connection with the protection of property owner occupied by the federal government and persons on that property, and when a federal courthouse is being But on fire commercial fireworks being shot at it being shot at the officers. I think that that falls pretty well within the limits of 40 U. S. Code 13 and she's talking specifically about US code that prevents the assault of federal property was correct about this. There is authority to do this nonetheless is we'll see. Democrats are militating in favor of the rioters and looters, which means that rooting for the chaos They want the chaos. The cast is good for them politically, And they're happy to castigate as Gestapo members on federal law enforcement who are identified as such. At this point, you have to say these air folks in the Democratic Party in the media promulgating this narrative who do not care about law abiding citizens. They don't They're willing to abandon law abiding citizens in favor of rioters and looters. So I don't know where you would put them on the good for America. Scale. But I don't think it would be on the good for America side, particularly because this isn't good for America. It ain't we'll get some more of this in just one second first, it's time to tell you a difficult truth..
"statutory authority" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Dot com. One Obama CARE fight is decided on Lisa Brady to use the U. S Supreme Court sides with Little Sisters of the poor and the Trump Administration in a 7 to 2 ruling that gives Mohr employers the option to use religious grounds to opt out of Obamacare's mandate to provide free birth control coverage. What the Trump administration did over the last couple of years. What you try to provide regulations that would Allow them to completely be out of this business of having to be involved with the contraceptive for their employees at all. Justice Thomas writing today, he said the department had the statutory authority the Trump administration to craft these new exemptions. We hold that the rules promulgating. The exemptions are free from procedural defect, meaning the administration did this properly. It got them right and gave the nuns away. They wouldn't have to participate it all in providing The cost free contraceptive boxes. Shannon Bream in a separate 7 to 2 ruling, the high court also siding with you Catholic schools who faced discrimination lawsuits from teachers. Today's decision affirming that religious institutions are shielded from workplace discrimination lawsuits expanding on the previous ruling on ministers suing churches, President Trump threatening to withhold funding for school districts that don't reopen this fall. Also criticizing the CDC guidelines for reopening is expensive and impractical. White House Corona Virus Task force, holding its latest briefing as a record surge of covert continues in multiple states. White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow still optimistic about recovery, I get it. The case is there up, it could have an impact in some of these cities.
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"Listening to Fox News. The Department of Homeland Security on high alert this weekend naturally for terrorism and possible attacks on national monuments. Federal government appoint what they're calling the protecting American communities Task force her packed for short their rapid deployment law enforcement teams coordinated between the Justice Department and the Department of Interior. VHS. Acting secretary Chad will vowing to not stand by idly while historical symbols are destroyed by Vandals. This after the president issued an executive order directing VHS under statutory authority to provide personnel to protect monuments, memorials in statues on federal property. These teams will be mostly comprised of the federal protective services in support of agencies like CBP, Border Patrol and ice, mostly sent to hot spots like Portland, Seattle in the nation's capital, Fox's Griff Jenkins report. Several protests are planned around the country over the holiday weekend. A loud explosion has been reported in Somalia's capital city of Mogadishu. It's near the city's port. But there's no word yet on what's exploded. Not just the Washington Redskins mulling a new nickname for their franchise, the Cleveland Indians, releasing a statement saying that they are committed to finding the best path forward. With regard to a team name. The Indians retired there. Chief Wahoo local Cryer two last season, The government is out with new guidelines for air travel. Federal officials are telling people what they should do to cut the risk of spreading the Corona virus when flying, but not making them do it. The latest guidelines in a report out, recommending that airlines consider limiting capacity on planes to promote social distancing also that carriers and airport's clean surfaces touched by passengers. And question them about their health travelers are being told they should wear face coverings in airports and on planes, something all leading US airlines already require their passengers. Do they've requested regulators make it a federal rule but have been turned down. Lillian Woo Fox News, Jack Callahan, This's.
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"Other rules and restrictions may apply naturally for terrorism and possible attacks on national monument central government to point what they're calling. The protecting American communities Task force are packed for short their rapid deployment law enforcement teams coordinated between the Justice Department and the Department of Interior. Th is acting secretary Chad will vowing to not stand by idly while historical symbols are destroyed by Vandals. This after the president issued an executive order directing VHS under statutory authority to provide personnel to protect monuments, memorials in statues on federal property. These teams will be mostly comprised of the federal protective services in support of agencies like CBP, Border Patrol and eyes. Mostly sent to hot spots like Portland, Seattle in the nation's capital, Fox's Griff Jenkins report. Several protests are planned around the country over the holiday weekend. A loud explosion has been reported in Somalia's capital city of Mogadishu. It's near the city's port, but there's no word yet on what's exploded. Not just the Washington Redskins mulling a new nickname for their franchise, the Cleveland Indians, releasing a statement saying that they are committed to finding the best path forward with regard to a team name. The Indians retired there Chief Wahoo logo Prior to last season, the government is out with new guidelines for air travel. Federal officials are telling people what they should do to cut the risk of spreading the Corona virus when flying, but not making them do it. The latest guidelines in a report out recommending that airlines consider limiting capacity. Ian planes to promote social distancing also that carriers and airport's clean surfaces touched by passengers and question them about their health. Travelers are being told they should wear face coverings in airports and on planes. Something on leading US airlines already require their passengers. Dio They've requested regulators make it a federal rule but have been turned down. Lillian Woo Fox news and I'm Jack Callahan. Tha.
"statutory authority" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"To Fox News. The Department of Homeland Security on high alert this weekend naturally for terrorism and possible attacks on national monuments, central government to point what they're calling the protecting American communities Task force her packed for short their rapid deployment law enforcement teams coordinated between the Justice Department and the Department of Interior VHS acting secretary Chad Wool, vowing to not stand by idly while historical symbols are destroyed by Vandals. This after the president issued an executive order directing the HS under statutory authority to provide personnel to protect monuments, memorials in statues on federal property. These teams will be mostly comprised of the federal protective services in support of agencies like CBP, Border Patrol and ice, mostly sent to hot spots like Portland, Seattle in the nation's capital, Fox's Griff Jenkins report. Several protests are planned around the country over the holiday weekend. A loud explosion has been reported in Somalia's capital city of Mogadishu. It's near the city's port. But there's no word yet on what's exploded. Not just the Washington Redskins molding a new nickname for their franchise, the Cleveland Indians, releasing a statement saying that they are committed to finding the best path forward with regard to a team name. The Indians retired there, Chief Wahoo local Cryer two last season. The government is out with new guidelines for air travel. Federal officials are telling people what they should do to cut the risk of spreading the Corona virus when flying, but not making them do it. The latest guidelines in a report out recommending that airlines consider limiting capacity on planes to promote social distancing also that carriers and airport's clean surfaces touched by passengers. And question them about their health travelers are being told they should wear face coverings in airports and on planes, something all leading US airlines already require their passengers. Do they've requested regulators make it a federal rule but have been turned down Lillian Woo Fox news and I'm Jack Callahan. This's.
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"News. The Department of Homeland Security on high alert this weekend naturally for terrorism and possible attacks on national monuments, federal government appointment they're calling the protecting American communities Task force her packed for short their rapid deployment law enforcement teams coordinated between the Justice Department and the Department of Interior. VHS. Acting secretary Chad will vowing to not stand by idly while historical symbols are destroyed by Vandals. This after the president issued an executive order directing the HS under statutory authority to provide personnel to protect monuments, memorials in statues on federal property. These teams will be mostly comprised of the federal protective services in support of agencies like CBP, Border Patrol and ice, mostly sent to hot spots like Portland, Seattle in the nation's capital, Fox's Griff Jenkins report. Several protests are planned around the country over the holiday weekend. A loud explosion has been reported in Somalia's capital city of Mogadishu. It's near the city's port. But there's no word yet on what's exploded, not just the Washington Redskins molding a new nickname for their franchise. The Cleveland Indians, releasing a statement saying that they are committed to finding the best path forward with regard to a team name. The Indians retired there Chief Wahoo logo Prior to last season, The government is out with new guidelines for air travel. Federal officials are telling people what they should do to cut the risk of spreading the Corona virus when flying, but not making them do it. The latest guidelines in a report out recommending that airlines consider limiting capacity on planes to promote social distancing also that carriers and airport It's clean surfaces, touched by passengers and question them about their health travelers are being told they should wear face coverings in airports and on planes. Something on leading US airlines already require their passengers. Dio they requested regulators make it a federal rule but have been turned down. Lillian Woo Fox news and I'm Jack Callahan. This's.
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"Time of year and they drive in from all over the east coast they eat sleep and shop in the surrounding towns of Gatlinburg and pigeon forge Tennessee governor bill Lee's staff is been meeting with businesses to reinforce the need for continued social distancing and wearing cloth face coverings visitors may be less inclined to comply with the state's voluntary restrictions that's why we're making a particular effort to work with those businesses to make sure that that that Tennesseans are safe there some of the most popular trails in the Smokies will remain off limits for now most national parks remain closed the Bryce canyon in Utah and the Everglades and Florida have also announced phase three openings for NPR news I'm Blake farmer in Nashville president trump has confidently predicted a strong recovery but with inflation soaring there is skepticism at the federal reserve C. Mecca reports even if business re opens without further spreading the virus Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank president Patrick Harker says the economy won't grow fast enough to offset the first have contraction Minneapolis fed chief Neel Kashkari predicts a slow long recovery from devastating job losses with its zero interest rate stance massive bond buying and nine special lending programs the fed is stretched the limits of its statutory authority and chairman Jerome Powell says it's now time to rely on fiscal stimulus but trump's payroll tax cut idea has gone nowhere in Congress and the federal government is already running unprecedented budget deficits for NPR news I'm Steve Beckner this is NPR news it's an unseasonably cold mother's day weekend and much of the northeast U. S. it snowed in some places yesterday northern New.
Pelosi announces lawsuit to block Trump's emergency declaration
"House speaker Nancy Pelosi the lawsuit. Brock President Trump's national emergency declaration to transfer funds to build his border. Well in a statement Pelosi says the president's actions, clearly violates the appropriations clause by stealing from appropriated funds an action that was not authorized by constitutional or statutory authority. The rock marks the latest effort by House Democrats to push back against the president's use of federal money to build the border. Well, after congress note, multiple states have already been filed to stop the president, including one that involves sixteen states
Trump administration asks Supreme Court to vacate Obama-era internet rules
"North Korean nukes separation deadline I'm Barbara Kusak confidential United, Nations, report, finds North Korea has not stopped, its nuclear and missile programs in. Violation of UN sanctions as reported by. Reuters meanwhile correspondent Barbara Starr, fills us in on, what's secretary estate Mike. Pompeo had to say on pay, oh telling reporters? Chairman Kim made. A commitment to denuclearize to the extent they are behaving manner inconsistent with that we can see. We still have a ways, to go to achieve the ultimate outcome we're looking for correspondent Diane Gallagher reports a federal judge rejected a Trump administration effort to shift the burden of tracking down hundreds of migrant parents deported without. Their children to the ACLU and other such nonprofits judge slammed the government essentially for offering nothing when it comes to To a plan saying that at some point by Thursday next Thursday they need a point person they need somebody who, is a commander of some sort to take. The lead and find these parents who, were deported after being, separated from, their, children by the. Government the woman, known as the Manhattan Madam Kristin Davis, met with, these. Special counsel Robert Muller's. Team for voluntary interview this week correspondent Brynn Gingras reports investigators appear to be interested in her ties to longtime Trump adviser Roger. Stone knows and how she fits into the bigger picture isn't. Exactly clear but sources tell c. n., n., Muller's team, would, like her to testify in front of a grand jury so this really, points to the. Fact that the special counsel seems to be focusing on stone as they continue this. Over arching investigation into. Russia's interference in the two thousand, sixteen election the Trump administration asked the US supreme court to vacate at twenty sixty an, appeals court ruling that upheld Obama era net neutrality rules. That barred internet service providers from blocking or prioritizing content the question for The court was whether the now superseded order was invalid because it exceeded, the FCC's statutory authority among other such claims. I'm Barbara Kusak Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired. Wouldn't you rather be healthy energetic and fit, I'm Dennis black ten years, ago I developed. A Texas, sized solution to America's health crisis I make my Texas SuperFood from fifty five raw vine-ripened fruits and vegetables lost sixty pounds I mean. That's huge since I've been on, superfoods, I haven't.