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"stephen briers" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:01 min | 5 months ago

"stephen briers" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Juanita tolliver mike murphy to friends of this broadcast for good reason. Thank you folks for joining us tonight and staying up with us tonight coming up what. Today's supreme court ruling means for public school students and their rights to free speech. We mentioned this earlier. The supreme court today issued an important ruling regarding students and free speech. The court ruled eight to one that a school went too far when it punished a cheerleader. For what she posted on social media we get the story tonight from nbc news. Justice correspondent people williams. The ruling is a big boost for the free speech rights of the nation's public school children and a victory for brandy lee of pennsylvania when she was a ninth grader. She lashed out one weekend after finding out she didn't make varsity and would remain a junior varsity cheerleader on snapchat. She wrote f school f softball f. Cheer f everything. I was upset. And i just wanted to blow off steam and express my feelings when her coaches saw the message. They suspended her from cheerleading. But by a vote of eight to one the supreme court said she should not have been punished. Partly because her expression wasn't that disruptive but going further just a stephen briers majority opinion said schools have far less authority over students when they're not on campus. He called schools nurseries of democracy. That should encourage free expression. This is a huge victory for student. Free speech because so much of what students do and that schools are concerned about happens off. Campus on social media clarence. Thomas was the only dissenter. He said schools have historically had authority over students. Both in and out of school. This ruling still leaves the door open for schools to punish students for expression amounting to threats bullying cheating on tests or violating the rules on extra curricular activities and our thanks to pete williams for that report coming.

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"stephen briers" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

02:03 min | 5 months ago

"stephen briers" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"I urge the president in congress to do what they could to stop the violence. That community is on edge. Because i want him to go outside but safety i tonight. Police are looking for a person of interest but so far. Now we're arrest lester. Gave thank you a victory for free speech rights today from the supreme court which ruled that a school went too far by punishing a cheerleader for a social media. Post pete williams explains the ruling is a big boost for the free speech rights of the nation's public school children and a victory for brandy levy of pennsylvania. When she was a ninth grader. She lashed out one weekend after finding out she didn't make varsity and would remain a junior varsity cheerleader. On snapchat she wrote f school f softball. F cheer everything. I was upset. And i just wanted to blow off steam and express my feelings when her coaches saw the message. They suspended her from cheerleading. But by vote of eight to one the supreme court said she should not have been punished. Partly because her expression wasn't that disruptive but going further justice stephen briers majority opinion said schools have far less authority over students when they're not on campus. He called schools nurseries of democracy. That should encourage free expression. This is a huge victory for student. Free speech because so much of what students do and that schools are concerned about happens off. Campus and on social media. Clarence thomas was the only dissenter. He said schools have historically had authority over students. Both in and out of school. This ruling still leaves the door open for schools to punish students for expression amounting to threats bullying cheating on tests or violating the rules on extra curricular activities. Lester williams tonight thank you john. Mcafee the pioneering antivirus software developer was found dead today in a spanish prison where he was being held on. Tax evasion charges authorities and mcafee. He's lawyers say he apparently took his own life hours. After spain's high court ruled he could be added to the us to face similar charges of next for.

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"stephen briers" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

02:59 min | 5 months ago

"stephen briers" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Democrats know that they're on defense but in the senate republicans still have a hard time so they've got to come up with some legislative policies that You can get the kid. Preserve the senate hold the senate so joe biden. He can get his judges. Because they don't even know if stephen briers gonna retire they don't know if he's going to retire. Given the cases today it's up in the air it does brier now retire. He cemented his legacy with the left. that he can get a bipartisan deals on the court or does he. Now stick around signaling. He's ready to change. The decision of mike sacks is a lawyer. He does fox five new york. He's a legal pundits on tv. Let me let me read you. This going full circle to report stuff. Alito sambo seventy seven page fulton. Concurrence makes me think that john roberts did alito. The original majority decision and himself. The obamacare decision until justice briar engineered a bipartisan coup. And fulton that roberts took for himself while reassigning obamacare to briar. There's the fact that briar put his stamp on amy coney barrett's concurrence that peeled her and capitals fourth and fifth votes away from the courts. Maximalist wing that roberts felt unnecessary or unwise to join barrett and cavanaugh agree with thomas alito and gorsuch the smith ruling should go but feared repealing it without a good replacement and briar joined that section with the vote that signals. A bipartisan compromise. A warning from his side. There's to tread carefully then. There's the full lineup. Which now reads less like a chief. Justice engineered hostage situation than briar led liberal. Surrender to avoid what they would see as the full first amendment catastrophe. Then there's the surprisingly short and clean obamacare majority decision after months and months and months of waiting suggesting something else was going. On behind the scenes the fulton case perhaps all briars talk about judges being capable of consensus. Not being politicians were signs. That he wasn't gonna retire but hints of what he intended to prove before retiring. And then the chief justice gets everything. The chief justice wants the chief. Justice's a wizard at pushing the law further right in decisions. They give the public the impression across ideological unity while saving his own side from it most extreme positions but there's a counterpoint to suggest brier may retire this term he may see successful machinations as proof he's indispensable to head off next to her liberal pacalypse. After all he just kept roberson control despite the chiefs putative ave shit of the new six three court briars compromises and surrender of the left wing flank in the catholic charities case suggests that possibly.

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"stephen briers" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

05:21 min | 5 months ago

"stephen briers" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Stake with the rest of the term. Very short live weeks. Not months ahead of us. Yeah we've got seventeen more decisions. We expect you argue paces which should be noted is. We're going to have the second. Us decisions to argue cases since it seems sixty two. That's an interesting development. That doesn't get enough attention. Obviously we're you know we're we're not up for big position on the aca. There's a major religious liberty case out of philadelphia There's i think an under the radar but really important voting rights case out of arizona. We're going to get all this decision sometime between now and july now. Jonathan rundown those. You persuaded me. Daca for conservatives who hope it is a reversal of the famous. Robert's decision What what are you predicting on these three cases in why well i on the aca. The afc will not be struck down. The real question is how they get their on religious liberty case in philadelphia. The catholic service organization will win. The question is whether or not the supreme court overturns the smith decision which would increase the scrutiny that has applied to government policies that have the effect of excluding religious organizations or or discriminating against religious organizations. So that's what that's what i predict. They're voting rights case. I think similar arizona's laws in my view a rule against About harvesting and A rule on how unbound when ballots are thrown out for being catching the wrong precinct. I think those provisions will be upheld as not being violations of the voting rights. Act the real question is how far the court goes in narrowing. The extent of scrutiny is applied to state measures that are challenged the voting rights act. Now do you agree with those guesses and by the way for the audience The religious freedom restoration act is not a prohibition on getting to smith in the philadelphia case. Because it's a city regulation not a federal. Go ahead steve. What are your predictions. And do you agree or disagree with johnson. I don johnson's right. The devils are gonna be in the details and the aca. How much up the statutes do they ever If they find individual mandate to now be unconstitutional Do they go after smith etc. So you know she likes him. The key is not. The bottom line is but the specifics. I think that's also stressed in two other related points closer than a look at the next couple of weeks of the be all end all of the term. I actually think we've already had was probably the most important decision. The court handed down this term in sort of pure docked finals firms Which is the free. Exercise clause case the court decided on a shadow docket involved in california's of in-home gathering with restrictions. And the other piece. You is you know this term is going to be a big deal next hermit shaping up to be a blockbuster i mean we've already got grants on the second amendment on pretty frontal assault on roe. You know the court. Just ask the federal government. The other day to weigh in on this really high-profile harvard affirmative action case. So i think you know this time next year. We're going to be underwater with major supreme court decisions and the right up to the twenty twenty two bitter. I agree with that by the way. That's why i don't think stephen briers retiring it'll be the most consequential term of the last twenty jonathan. We look forward on the harvard case. I m praying that they grant cert on my alma maters practices. I don't know that they will asking the biden. Justice department was clever because it makes them get on the record when otherwise they might have just blame the trump administration. What do you think happens there. i think the court is probably likely to take it but i think it will be a while. I don't think it's going to be part of next term. I think it'll probably get onto the following term. I think between guns and abortion the justice justice might think you're dealing with enough red meat for a single term next year steve. What i i think using harvard as the platform as opposed to your own university where you're teaching and ut was the last time round on this issue of affirmative action. John roberts is ready to do this. Heat declared it seattle. The answer to the ritual discrimination is to stop using racial discrimination. I think he's probably at the bit. What are you convinced you because of that all important public private system i mean the the theory on which policies are illegal as opposed to unconstitutional requires a very different line of legal analysis about the relevant federal statutes As opposed to in the seattle case you know in michigan cases. Before chief justice roberts joined the court where we're talking about the meaning of the equal protection clause. So i guess you know. 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"stephen briers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:07 min | 6 months ago

"stephen briers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News radio, a revised funding bill for the new Holyoke soldiers home is advancing the State Legislative Committee, pushing forward a $600 million bond issue to the House and Senate right before the weekend. The bond expense grew by $200 Million from its original price tag also enhance Veteran services statewide Out West, a smoky wildfire keeping on churning through a Los Angeles canyon community. CBS is Laurie of Perez with more from Pacific Palisades in Southern California. We're under warning we haven't actually been forced to evacuate. He's among the more than 100 Pacific Palisades neighbors watching and waiting to see if this stubborn fire which has grown to more than 1325 acres. We'll get close enough to change their evacuation warning into an order as it did for more than 500 homes near Topanga Saturday night. We do have our you know. Important necessary items packed and if we need you, we'll load him in the car will go cause of the fire has been deemed suspicious. It is under investigation. A close associate The congressman Gates will be in federal court today, pleading guilty to charges that could implicate the Florida Republican. After more than a year delay because of the health crisis, jurors are returning to court in the murder trial of New York real estate heir Robert Durst, a judge will question the jury to find out if they can continue to serve in the case that is expected to last 4 to 5 months jurors and only heard two days of testimony before that trial was stopped. In March of 2020. Durst has pleaded not guilty in the shooting death of his best friend in 2000 could be another historic spring for the Supreme Court. Several major rulings on the docket among the outstanding decisions are on voting rights versus an Arizona crackdown. Farm LABOR UNION rights LGBT Q. Athletes pay LGBT Q discrimination versus religious freedom in foster care, and on whether or not to uphold the affordable care act, or obamacare. The court has done with oral arguments and June 30th is the end of its term. The meantime, many progressives are calling on the 82 year Old Justice Stephen Brier, the liberal justice to step down. Briar has so far made no indication he plans to retire one giant leap for Internet stardom. WBC's Matt Shearer caught up with a dare, devil from Plainville involved in some pretty risky business as if jumping from the roof of one Boston building to another wasn't hard enough. Shawn Batista threw in a front flip just for kicks who My friends were up there recording and then to my friends were down at the bottom. I think they actually didn't even want to see me do it because it's so scary. That's an understatement. One wrong move, and Shawn's days are over. But he's been training in park or for 10 years now and has had his eye on this roof to roof jump for the last five. He finally had the courage to make the leap last week when I was up there people like Oh, my God. Imagine just shoo in time. I'm like, Oh, you think I would just be up there ready to trip across the building it and look at my shoe. The video is going viral, But Sean wasn't in it for the views for him, Park or is a way of life People were telling me about. Do you like? Oh, if they weren't so mean, like, you know, what do you do it? It's like, Yeah, I probably would. Well that makes one of us Matt Shearer WBZ Boston's news radio. Lots of people these days are adjusting to new face mask policies and Florida's major theme parks. Are no exception. Now that the CDC is loosened its recommendations as more people get Kobe back scenes theme parks or changing the rules to visitors to wall, Dizzy World and Universal Studios. Orlando are now allowed to take off their masks outdoors, but they still have to wear them on rides in restaurants and on public transportation. Seaworld Orlando and Busch Gardens in Tampa are using the honor system. People who say they're fully vaccinated don't have to wear masks at all. Parks are also raising capacity limits, allowing more people inside. Monica Ricks. CBS News As we start another work week. This probably is not what you want to hear. The World Health Organization says hundreds of thousands of people a year are literally working themselves to death. In its first global look at the health effects of long working hours. The W. H O suggests 745,000 people die each year from stroke and heart disease due to their crushing work schedules, people in Southeast Asia and the Western Pacific region with the most effective at about three quarters of the dead war, Middle aged or older man. The.

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"stephen briers" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

04:16 min | 7 months ago

"stephen briers" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"He also promoted a website and text number two help link people up with nearby sites. Got death row. NPR NEWS Washington Teams of health canvassers have been on the move in Detroit, going door to door in an effort to get more people educated about the cove in 19 shot and how to get it. Campaign has focused largely on the city's black community, where many have been hesitant to get the vaccine or aren't sure how to go about getting a shot. Pandemic has claimed the lives of at least 2000 residents of Detroit, but only about 31% of city residents have received at least one dose of covert 19 vaccine. The supreme quartered arguments today on a case involving sentencing disparities between people found guilty of possessing crack versus powdered forms of cocaine. NPR's Brian Naylor reports. That issue is whether recent changes in federal law should apply retroactively to those given long prison terms with small amounts of crack. The case stems from the 1986 law that put in place sentences for crack cocaine possession 100 times more severe than for the powdered form of the drug. Disparity has long been criticized as racially biased. In 2010 Congress reduced the sentencing disparities and in 2018 lawmakers made the change retroactive. But Congress left out sentences for low levels of crack from the retroactive provisions. And with the case now, before the high court justices across the ideological spectrum indicated they were skeptical that the court could change that. Here's Justice Stephen Brier. I think they were much too hard. I understand that But I can't get away from this statute. The ruling is expected in June. Brian Naylor NPR news on Capitol Hill, the Republican minority is turning up the pressure on one of its own fellow GOP member, Liz Cheney. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, telling Fox News. He has concerns about her ability to carry out her job changing the number three Republican. The House has been openly critical of former President Donald Trump. Detentions with those in the party still appeared eager to be in his favor on Wall Street. The Dow was up 19 points today. You're listening to NPR live from news 88 7 in Houston. I'm guilty water. Shelter in place has now been lifted in Texas City after an industrial law alarm but one of the area's major refine rates. Joining us now was news 88 7, environmental reporter Kitty Watkins and Katie What happened this afternoon? Yes. Oh shelter in place was implemented in Texas City shortly after four p.m. and lifted about an hour later, it was put in place over concerns about a small chemical release at marathons. Galveston Bay refinery. The Texas City emergency manager told us the chemical was hydrogen fluoride, which is a highly toxic chemical that is hazardous when inhaled. That release trigger the refinery to implement its own shelter in place, which led the city to do the same. In a statement provided to Houston Public media Marathon spokesperson told us that the release has stopped and that their air monitoring data ended indicated no offsite impact to employees, however, were taken to a medical facility as a precaution. Marathon says it will conduct a full investigation to determine what happens. And Gail Texas City officials say that their concerns have been eliminated and that air quality readings from the fire department came back normal. And that was news 88 sevens, Kitty Watkins. Spring man has been sentenced to life in prison after prosecutors say he tried to hire two hit men while it was being held in the Harris County jail. The intended victim was his ex girlfriend. 61 year old Robert Gordon maternal was arrested on charges of kidnapping the woman The D A's office says he want while he was being held on those charges. He approached two different jail inmates to solicit a murder for hire. Texas cities wouldn't be able to implement juvenile curfews under a bill making its way through the state legislature. The bill is author by Republican State Senator Bryan Hughes. He says curfew ordinances are ineffective and harmful. They don't reduce crime or victimization, and they heard our young people's future. So we let this bill before you To address the problem. The measure now goes to the full Senate fly chance of rain this evening Low near 60. Cloudy right now 86 on the U. H campus..

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"stephen briers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:58 min | 7 months ago

"stephen briers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Scott. Death Row. NPR NEWS Washington Teams of health canvassers have been on the move in Detroit, going door to door in an effort to get more people educated about the cove in 19 shot and how to get it. Campaign has focused largely on the city's black community, where many have been hesitant to get the vaccine or aren't sure how to go about getting a shot. The pandemic has claimed the lives of at least 2000 residents of Detroit, but only about 31% of city residents have received at least one dose of covert 19 vaccine. The supreme quartered arguments today on a case involving sentencing disparities between people found guilty of possessing crack versus powdered forms of cocaine. NPR's Brian Naylor reports. That issue is whether recent changes in federal law should apply retroactively to those given long prison terms with small amounts of crack. The case stems from the 1986 law that put in place sentences for crack cocaine possession 100 times more severe than for the powdered form of the drug. The disparity has long been criticized as racially biased. In 2010 Congress reduced the sentencing disparities and in 2018 lawmakers made the change retroactive. But Congress left out sentences for low levels of crack from the retroactive provisions. And with the case now, before the high court justices across the ideological spectrum indicated they were skeptical that the court could change that He was justice Stephen Brier I think they were much too hard. I understand that I can't get away from this statute. The ruling is expected in June. Brian Naylor NPR news on Capitol Hill, the Republican minority is turning up the pressure on one of its own fellow GOP member, Liz Cheney. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, telling Fox News. He has concerns about her ability to carry out her job changing the number three Republican. The House has been openly critical of former President Donald Trump. Detentions with those in the party still appeared eager to be in his favor. On Wall Street. The Dow was up 19 points today. You're listening to NPR. This is W when my C New York I'm Shawn Carlson Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a measure passed by the New York state Legislature that extends a moratorium on evictions through August 31st Karen DeWitt reports. Renters can continue through the month of August to cite economic hardship caused by the pandemic as a reason for not paying their rent. The measure also continues a moratorium on mortgage foreclosures for landlords. Opponents, which include many Republicans in the Legislature, argued that the state's tenants and landlords would benefit more from the $2.4 billion in federal rental assistance Relief approved by Congress in March. But they say the state has been slow to distribute those funds. Undocumented immigrants in New Jersey are now eligible for driver's licenses. But some say the motor vehicle agencies asking for more documents than required tell the university's Karen Eve reports, Amanda Dominguez says when her husband applied for learner's permit at the Motor Vehicle Commission office, and Edison and employees rejected his enduring passport that had expired in 2019. Even though the agency says it will accept documents up to three years past expiration. I said Okay, calm down. I said. I gave you your birth certificate, too. Just in case the Minga says the NBC also wouldn't accept her husband's individual taxpayer identification number, which the agency is supposed to use for applicants without a Social Security number and asked to see his tax filings. She says her husband was eventually able to get his license because he came over prepared. An embassy spokesman says the agency dealt with isolated errors but called the rollout of success. Patrick O'Connell, the New York City artists and activists behind the Red AIDS ribbon passed away last month, his brother told The New York Times He died from AIDS related causes at the age of 67 in 2015, O'Connell told the 99% invisible podcast. His activism was informed by the time he spent in New York during the height of the AIDS epidemic in the 19 eighties. Going to ST Vincent's to visit someone going.

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"stephen briers" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:56 min | 7 months ago

"stephen briers" Discussed on WTOP

"Ask your provider or an online prescriber. If Cola guard is right for you or visit Request, Cola Guard calm. I'm on it. Excellent. And 52 for President. Biden's first batch of judicial nominees are before Congress today, setting the stage for what one day could be his pick for the U. S. Supreme Court. I've abidance nominees appear on Capitol Hill today for confirmation hearings to become federal appeals court judges by then hopes to bring more diversity. After four years in which former President Trump chose white men. None of the five is a white man, one of them judge Catania Brown. Jackson, who is black, is seen as a possible pick for the Supreme Court if a vacancy arises. She's now a judge in the District of Columbia. And Biden wants her promoted to the city's federal appeals court. As for whether there might be a Supreme Court opening in the near future, Justice Stephen Brier, who had 82 is the court's oldest member has been mum about any retirement plans. I'm Julie Walker. Walkers, runners and bikers have all taken advantage of some extra space in Rock Creek Park with the closure of Upper Beach Drive during the pandemic. Will several D C. Council members now wanted to stay that way? There's no reason to deprive people off access to this wonderful spot every day of the week or three council member Merry Chase, said some of her colleagues and delegate Eleanor Holmes. Norton wants to keep it open for good, She said negative effects on traffic on nearby roads didn't happen when the robes Those in 2017 and 2019 for reconstruction. There was actually a decline in traffic before the pandemic Beach drive carried over 5000 cars a day and was closed to traffic on weekends. But Chase says things have changed and people need that outdoor space. We should be thinking about host pandemic Valerie Bonked w T o P News 11 54 everything these days claims to be smart. But that doesn't mean they always work. Smart..

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"stephen briers" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:07 min | 7 months ago

"stephen briers" Discussed on WTOP

"In the near future, Justice Stephen Brier, who had 82 is the court's oldest member, has been mum about any retirement plans. I'm Julie Walker. Today, the Supreme Court will take up a case about student expression. The student involved Sudha Pennsylvania School district after she was suspended permanently from the junior varsity cheerleading team for using the F word on social media to express frustration over not making the varsity team. Federal appeals court ruled that because her message was posted off campus, she was beyond the reach of school authorities and for that reason could not be punished. But the school system says with smartphones, social media and the need for remote learning alliance between what's on and off campus have been blurred. Homeless advocates say the two important voices in D C have been silenced it a deadly crash over the past weekend. 55 year old Rhonda Whitaker in 60 year old walled in Adam's were friends who both worked on behalf of DCs homeless. Both had lived that life at one time Saturday, The two friends were killed. Hit by a pickup truck in Hains Point while out on a walk, Jeremy shows you hold with the nonprofit Friendship Place, New Adams. Well, somebody you liked immediately you have there. It's kindness you could tell he was compassionate. After achieving sobriety and living independently. Adams served on the board at Friendship Place and worked at Pathways to Housing D C. He's just somebody who just gave you the old ones. He picked a cause. Kate Ryan w T o P News. Coming up on w t. O P. Some residents in the area could be paying Maurin property taxes, even though they're real estate taxes were reduced its 9 44 u S. A. A life insurance was made for busy families who have big plans. But very little time. Who's to do list ever stops growing like most of us? They think I should probably sit down and look in the life insurance one of these days, but ironically Life gets in the way their conference calls bills to pay kids to entertain. And, hey, the grass is gonna mow itself and on and on. The good news is getting a quote from you say Life insurance company is fast, so it's a decision that doesn't take a lot of time or peace and quiet to make..

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"stephen briers" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:33 min | 8 months ago

"stephen briers" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Fast food restaurants. Ever had so now go mastic stuck. I'll put in the search bar all right we had other stuff We gotta go to remember all the norms. The left worried about all the norms of breaking of norms by the trump administration not norm like The norm the the guy from cheers but no brier retire campaign. looms over dims tenuous. Majority democrats are grappling with social deja-vu an aging liberal supreme court justice a thin senate majority and activist pressure to swing the bench. Leftward justice stephen briers eighty two and democrats are a single senate seat away from ceding control back to republicans. It's a familiar and uncomfortable bind for a party. That barely nudges. Nudged former ruth bader ginsburg justice repair ginsburg to retire. The last time they control the senate of the white house then watched the supreme court veer to the right but even as some liberal groups boot up a brier retire campaign. The democratic party is sensitive to the justices predicament. That's why neither democratic lawmakers nor president joe biden or putting over retirement pressure on the bill clinton appointee while they're party still holds acidic but briars future is on everyone's mind. Maybe even the justices old. Richard blumenthal said he would never presume to tell us. Supreme court justice to retire but briar himself is very familiar with potential. Risks of a republican president appointed successor. He's well familiar with the way. Judicial appointments work and i believe strongly he has in mind. The best interest of the country will make the right decision. Now think about this though. Briar could wait until next year. He didn't have to do with this year. He could wait until next year. He's got. I mean the democrats are going to control the senate at least through the end of next year so he could do it then or is this whole idea of retire. Brier brier retired now is crazy And the idea that the white house could pressure. The you couldn't pressure. Were better ginsburg. You're not gonna pressure steven briar to the extent that briar is under any sort of pressure to retire. It's probably thinking about ruth bader ginsburg but it also doesn't matter if you replace brier with another progressive. You're still going to have a five seat. Real conservative majority plus roberts on most occasions. It doesn't really matter one way or the other and yet they are just gung-ho for the stuff The left shattering the norms open pressure campaigns. Supreme court justices to retire the media. They're perfectly fine with it because they're in on it. Hello and welcome it. Is eric erickson here. Delighted to have you with me today. The full number. Should you wish to be part of the program. Eight seven seven nine seven eric..

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"stephen briers" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

02:45 min | 8 months ago

"stephen briers" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Fast food restaurants. Ever had so now Go mastic stuck. I'll put in the search bar all right we had other stuff We gotta go to remember all the norms. The left worried about all the norms of breaking of norms by the trump administration not norm like The norm the the guy from cheers but no brier retire campaign. looms over dims tenuous. Majority democrats are grappling with social deja-vu an aging liberal supreme court justice. A paper thin senate majority and activist pressure to swing the bench. Leftward justice stephen briers eighty two and democrats are a single senate seat away from ceding control back to republicans. It's a familiar and uncomfortable bind for a party. That barely nudges. Nudged former ruth bader ginsburg justice repair ginsburg to retire. The last time they control the senate of the white house then watched the supreme court veer to the right but even some liberal groups boot up a brier retire campaign. The democratic party is sensitive to the justices predicament. That's why neither democratic lawmakers nor president joe biden or putting over retirement pressure on the bill clinton appointee while they're party still holds acidic but briars future is on everyone's mind. Maybe even the justices old. Richard blumenthal said he would never presume to tell us. Supreme court justice to retire but briar himself is very familiar with potential. Risks of a republican president appointed successor. He's well familiar with the way. Judicial appointments work and i believe strongly he has in mind. The best interest of the country will make the right decision. Now think about this though. Briar could wait until next year. He didn't have to do with this year. He could wait until next year. He's got. I mean the democrats are going to control the senate at least through the end of next year so he could do it then or is this whole idea of retire. Brier brier retired now is crazy And the idea that the white house could pressure. The you couldn't pressure. Were better ginsburg. You're not gonna pressure steven briar to the extent that briar is under any sort of pressure to retire. It's probably thinking about ruth bader ginsburg but it also doesn't matter if you replace brier with another progressive. You're still going to have a five seat. Real conservative majority plus roberts on most occasions. It doesn't really matter one way or the other and yet they are just gung-ho for the stuff The left shattering the norms open pressure campaigns. Supreme court justices to retire the media. They're perfectly fine with it because they're in on it..

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"stephen briers" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:31 min | 11 months ago

"stephen briers" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The If they've not gotten control of the senate yeah. I think it's possible that it might open up a few more. A sub cabinet appointments right. That are a bit more on the progressive side. But i think the biggest change here is the ability to actually move quickly. So you know it's a very different scenario if you're planning for Kind of long scorched earth confirmation process for your cabinet. It's incredibly hard to govern. Right without The the cabinet in place especially after the evisceration of the civil service and a lot of the leadership that we saw under the trump administration. So i think the biggest change. Here's less about a moderate to left spectrum move for the administration but actually opening up their ability to move more quickly. Get those cabinet. Appointments and sub cabinet appointments confirmed and then actually start moving a regulatory and legislative agenda. That responds to things right. So i think it's about time on the clock that it opens up. What do you make the choice of garland to be attorney. General one interesting aspect of that is that it opens up. Merrick garland seat on the dc circuit. Court of appeals and now biden will be able to make that a nomination to that very powerful court Into a senate. It's likely to approve it. But what do you what do you. What do you think that means in terms of justice policy in this administration yet. It's interesting that that that was leaked and then announced Virtually immediately after the georgia results became clear. Right and to me what that says. Is that a president-elect biden. Wanted garland for doj all along but maybe was holding back because he's afraid of losing the chance to fill garland's Soon to be vacant seat with a democrat control of the senate now that becomes all becomes much easier. So i read that appointment for the doj as really trying to accomplish two things one Bringing in someone who has a very strong credibility and legitimacy across the partisan spectrum who can reestablish the department of justice independence. that's so critical. After what happened with bill barr and trump and even just the events of the last week makes it so clear that we really need An illegitimate an independent department of justice that can enforce the laws and particularly enforce civil rights voting rights and accountability laws about the second thing that i saw with president-elect picks he also brought in some really amazing leaders in the civil rights and voting rights community as part of the team. So if you're looking at not just the the deputy lisa monaco vinita gupta and kristen. Clark Gupta and clark are among the leading voices in civil and voting rights which to me suggests that that's going to be a big focus for this new department of justice under under garland lot he will still be a fifty fifty senate and republicans will still have a significant say if if the if there are picks that biden makes that have no republican support. He will need to hold onto every democratic member and so do as you look at the choices that he is making. Are there places that you think. Republicans are going to make stance on personnel or does this basically mean that biden has a free hand to staff his administration as he sees fit. Yeah i think it means biden. Basically has a free hand. That doesn't mean i don't think republicans won't raise objections in cases where they feel like they need to make those objections. I've talked to a number of republicans in the senate for example who intend to express their views that Havi sarah of california is not not the right pick for. hhs secretary. At the end of the day. I think he gets confirmed but But they they. They do intend to express a point of view that in the middle of a pandemic having someone with essentially zero health policy and public health experience. Taking the reins at the department of health and human services doesn't make a whole lot of sense Either expressed a desire to put out a point of view about near hand in which we've talked about already and it wouldn't surprise me if that happened so i do think they're going to pick their spots to express opposition but at the end of day. The f- the rig. The democrats triumphs in georgia ensure that joe biden will be able to staff his administration as he wants. And you know. We'll have to see a josh going forward on judicial nominations. I think that there may be some judicial. Nominations where republicans put try to put their foot down but overall it also means that joe biden is going to have a relatively free hand to install article three judges to the extent that he sees fit and to put in place. People who he believes are qualified to To serve in the judiciary. Which i think would be interesting. Counterpoint to what we've seen for the last several years which is donald trump has has turned the judiciary considerably more conservative over the last couple of years. And and so biden. We'll have his opportunity now You know beginning on january twentieth. Just a stephen briers eighty two years old. They're going to be pressure on him to to resign. Spring court seat for biden to fill properly. Yeah i mean i think. I've seen some chatter about that in terms of op. Eds in commentary and stuff obviously justice. Breyer a service distinction and gets to decide to terms of his own. 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"stephen briers" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

03:56 min | 11 months ago

"stephen briers" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"California. Marty, You're malarial the show. Let me see if I can. You put on mourning number no more. He's gone. Put on Evan from Tennessee, number two. Avenue in the Larry Elder Show. Thank you so much for calling. Larry. Just two quick questions one. I'm sure you see Pelosi in a priest trying to impeach Trump and get him out early. So my question is. Do you see him actually leaving early? And I think question is pretty average American living forward with a binding presidency. How do you see Kind of like our on normal way of life Changing. I think living in drastic or Where a way of life still kind of be the same with the next like, four years or eight. Evan, what was the first question? Um Posey trying tow trump out early, right? Yeah, that happened Or, you know, Evan, I mean, respond to both your questions there versus the both very interesting. Pelosi been trying to get him out before he came in. I don't know. This guy expels gas in the pantry. She's gonna call that an impeachable offense, so no, he's not going anywhere. More serious is the group of House members 17 of them, including a Republican. That once Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment on the grounds that President Trump is mentally unfit to execute the duties and responsibilities of his office. That's not gonna go anywhere anyway. Now. Well, how will our lives change? Well, we're gonna have entirely different attitude about health care. The Democrats have been determined from the very beginning. Have Medicare for all they have it. They call it different things. Um Universal Man. Universal Health Care public option. It doesn't matter. The point is, they believe that healthcare eyes something that should not Be done by the private sector. You should not make money off health care. Because they believe health care is a right and there's something sinful about people making a profit in it, so there'll be another step in that direction. They won't be able to get all of what they want, but they'll be another step in that direction. There'll be a reversal of his policies to Fort illegal immigration. You certainly won't find any additional work on the fence. They may even make plans to take it down. Our lives will be affected in the sense that they'll be more and more left wing judges. Now, depending upon whether not, uh, you know who dies who survives. We have no idea how that's going to roll. But I do know that there's a great deal of pressure right now on justice Stephen Brier, who is a liberal to retire right now, while Joe Biden is in office, or they could report a point, a young replacement. No this pressure to do that. Taxes going to go up regulations are going to go up. Now the economy is going to come back. Not because of anything that Joe Biden will do, but because the American people We're gonna come back. Whether the president is a Democrat or a Republican. The American people still go to work every day on try to improve their lives, so they'll still be ah, growth in our economy. But It will be back in that stupid Paris accord. Climate change will be money. More money spent on on trying to win us from a fossil based economy to a Renewable based economy s. Oh, they'll beam or inefficiencies. The economy won't grow as much as it would have grown. Had there been a limited government, low regulation person in there. But we'll still be America will still be strong on because of all the judges that President Trump has put into place and because of the fact that we picked up seats in the house and the Senate is still narrow. Is only so much Joe Biden Canoe. But will the company country B b left? Well, four years from now, because of your Bible in one of them? Had they been somebody else? Yeah. I'm Mary all the station. How many years have I been telling you about.

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"stephen briers" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"stephen briers" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"But you know I used to read all Clinton's speeches and there were things I did start to really admire. Which is that. He knew how to speak. He knew to do policy in value based way he would talk about these values community responsibility opportunity and then he would use policies like national to support them and what I really found was that he was quite liberal quite progressive but he but at that time David. It's hard to describe to people after twelve years of Republican rule. You really wondered whether we'd ever have a Democratic White House and you know the sense that there was someone who had a bit of a strategy a plan And he was quite good. I think ultimately at bringing the whole Democratic Party with them so you know I think that for the moment and the Times he really did help bring Democrats back to the White House. We wouldn't have had justice GINSBURG and Stephen Brier without them and it was very important but yes it was tough but when I first joined the campaign And really my first year. I mean you know. I was always looked a little bit as the old Democrat big spender and was often Bob Rice. Shen George Stephanopoulos and I arguing you know at times to focus less on the deficit and invest more But you know Clinton liked that tension. He he believed the so much public investment that that I never really felt that were decisions made during eight years six of those when you all Republican Congress which. I didn't always agree with but I always felt he had a very very progressive heart. Still do it's interesting to hear you talk about this because one of the things that people And you we should point out you. I worthy deputy director of the National Economic Council. During the first years of the Clinton administration and ultimately you became the director of the National Economic Council and very much involved in negotiating with the Congress of and by the time. You've got to the to the NEC with a Republican Congress over these economic issues but the the critique of Clinton and by Extension. You is that you were very politically. Agile politically adroit. Some people call it a compliment. But what was meant by was you. Did you know incremental things that you and Clinton's Clinton's address to Congress his State of the Union address in which he said. The era of big government is over and everybody interpreted that as a dagger through the heart of progressivism. And so on. I I wanted to ask you about that because good things came out of all of these negotiations that you're involved in but they involve compromise and Talk a little bit about governance. And what progress requires yeah? You know you know. It's interesting one of the reasons I write a book. Like economic dignity is. I wanted to keep people's eye on the ball because I do think David that a lot of times we go back and we debate. Was something a right or wrong decision when a lot of times. It's so constrained by the political constraints the control of Congress. And you can kind of believe that what you doing was the best thing you can do at the time and still believe with new information and evolving trends. There's a better way and you know for me We came in at a time when the deficit was like the number one issue in the country on both sides. And you know President Clinton brought down in a way that was quite progressive just to give example of something on the income tax credit. And this isn't just him but he won that battle. He won that battle for the value. That if you work full time you shouldn't have to raise your children with poverty. And He. He won the battle that that wasn't welfare that that was a tax incentive that was helping people work and that helped pass the torch to Pelosi and ultimately Obama if you look right now today a single parent with two kids making seventeen thousand gets an extra seven thousand dollars. That's a huge change. It was done more by you. Know fighting in the trenches Clinton loses a lot his power because he goes for a very very progressive healthcare plan that was disruptive than the first year the first two years so you know Bill Clinton was out there somewhat loss control because in in some ways He was seen as going too far. I wish we had done it better but I think that when we were there. I wish he hadn't said the era of big government was over but remember what happened. The Republicans had just taken control seventy eight months later. He shuts down the government rhetoric. Rather than block grant Medicaid. Cut Medicare back the block. Grant food stamps. He stands up and actually protects the great society programs. So you look over eight years you looking at six years. We went six years with all Republican Congress. Nonetheless new markets tax credit the chip program that provided universal healthcare For Children A. He was ahead on Kyoto. Climate change when the rest of the Democrats in Congress were behind him. So you know you were dealing with the constraints at the time. I do think that said there are a lot of things that we learned sense than that you would do differently. You've seen that during the next decade. The era of globalisation led to a complete I think weakening of worker power domination of economic concentration. And whether or not Bill Clinton should've sense that in nineteen ninety seven or not. We can have a debate about but I would take progressive since when we can all see. Were in the same place now. Let's joined let's unify. Let's agree where we can agree instead of you know re-litigating every.

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"stephen briers" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"stephen briers" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"He's been signing with the liberal majority siding with them on. I forget two or three previous cases. And he did it again today. Justice Brent cavenaugh sided with the liberal wing of a supreme court, Monday writing the opinion. Against apple that ruled apple can be sued over high prices in the app store. I'll tell you what this is the the case is apple versus pepper and a bunch of. I phone users got together sued apple complaining that the app store is the only place that iphone and ipad apps are available. And as a result apple has a monopoly on the iphone apps aftermarket. They claim that prices are consequently high because apple charges ineffective thirty percent commission on the price of every app that is sold. So. If you go by an app on the app store that is six bucks. The developer has to give half a thirty percent of that. Well, apple keeps thirty percent of it. And then gives the developer seventy percent of the price. So what the developers do is they build that thirty percent into their price, which these people suing claims is causing prices to go up higher than they would be. If apple were not taking its cut or if Apple's cut were lower than thirty percent. Now, we're talking about things here that cost ninety nine cents dollar ninety nine some cases. Subscriptions are different animal. That's an and now the the businesses largely becoming a subscription service rather than a one time by you get the app for free, and you get certain elements of the app for nothing. But then if you want full functionality, you gotta subscribe ninety nine cents a month for ninety nine a month. Whatever it is. But whatever it is apple gets their thirty percent. And so the people suing clams claim to things that they can't go anywhere else to get these apps that apple controls. What apps are available and what they cost an apple is running the prices up with their effective thirty percent commission. So people suing claim that the prices are high because of all this a district court decision lower court decision. Head said that iphone users did not. Have standing to bring the anti trust claim because the developers are the ones selling the apps not app. So developer writes an app, and then goes to the app store for the approval process. Apple approves the app if it gets the approval and it's up for sale. At that point. It's up to the developer to market let people know it exists unless apple thanks so much of the app that had highlights it self which it does. But that's not. That's not really a factor. I'm just explaining how it works. The lower court said that apple couldn't be sued because selling anything all they're providing is the store, and they get a commission, but they're not selling anything court precedent says that indirect buyers who are at least two steps removed in a distribution chain cannot sue. Apple also claim that because they don't set the retail price of the apps in the store that I phone users cannot sue them how ever nine thirty it court of appeals said that apple is indeed the seller. Through their EPs store. Cavenaugh agreed with Ruth buzzy Ginsburg, Stephen Briers, Sonia. Soho my or and Elena Kagan. And in his majority opinion cabinet wrote, it is undisputed that the iphone owners bought the apps directly from apple. He also said Apple's claim that they don't set up prices. Is not altogether. True because he pointed out the company's practice of charging app, developers ninety nine dollars a year to join the community and thirty percents. That's right. If you're a developer. You gotta pay ninety nine bucks a year. The have the opportunity. To get beta software. So that you can write apps for forthcoming apple released software. So you apple does charge developers nine bucks. Plus, they take thirty percent of whatever is sold. A cavenaugh said this means apple selling it. The Laura court was wrong. The ninth circus. Was correct. Out says here this Fox News story cavenaugh stance with the liberal wing court was striking. President Trump's second nominee faced fierce democrat opposition during his confirmation process over sexual misconduct now Neal Gorsuch, the first judicial nominee of Trump's wrote the dissent for four conservative justices in the apple case, the consumer's complaint against apple is the kind of case that earlier supreme court ruling said was not allowed under federal law that prohibit unfair control the market. This course, it said the court's decision did not make any ruling on the merits of the case. It just said the lawsuit can go on. This was a case about standing these iphone and ipad owners have standing to sue apple previously supreme court precedent said no they're too far removed. Apple is too far removed from the ultimate sales process. Cavanaugh agreed with the lips on the court. So now, the the case will be adjudicated the now these people doesn't change process yet just means that these people go ahead and sue apple. And this could force apple teeter cut their commission from thirty percent..

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"stephen briers" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

09:41 min | 3 years ago

"stephen briers" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Video stream is there. From lawn. One is he lives in San Antonio's from Los Angeles. He claims he's a conservative. This is what Ron were one writes Facebook page on the conservative in a veteran. But you are you sir are ignorant old fart carry anything on that. So far. It's kind of funny opening up with that. Okay. You always throw shade about Democrats in order to sway attention from the stupid S word that Trump doesn't says is set of bashing on Democrats all the time like you do offer solutions or interesting topics about the positive thing. Conservatives should be doing you old fart. So by attrition, not old at all. And you're not conservative. If you don't get what I'm laying down. And I hit send to you. You young. Fart. Got him. Got him. Young fart only way. Secondly marched fart face. Oh. The F F. I got him. After you nailed them. Right. So I've never quite understood. I've never quite a no mess. Disgusting. It's a matter with you seriously. I can't even say what he wrote man call you net. Those words separately, but putting them together just makes for a horrible visual. Right now. It's a matter with you. You want me through the word wet in the mix. Disgusting. Disgusting. I do that. It's disgusting. I'm not going to do that. Much rather? Now, we'd never I love you. But seriously, I only get it once every six months or so somebody to write me, I'm a conservative and a Republican. I voted voted for Trump. But and then tell me everything that's wrong with Trump writings wrong with me. I an idea engage in the program calling some time, and I would be happy to educate your young dumb self. I would love to do that. I would I can't give us with the Skoda's had to say about transgendered, please. Yeah. This from ABC news the supreme court on Tuesday five to four vote has granted the Trump administration's request to begin forcing a ban with some exceptions on transgender military service members legal appeals continue at the move, which is temporary reverses a lower court order that had put the policy on hold the courts. The justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Briers and Elena Kagan would have denied requests to stay at the lower court's order separately, the court rejected the administration's request for an expedited review of the issue before lower appellate courts have weighed. In officials said the decision has no immediate effect because one national injunction against the ban remains in place. But if a judge lifts that injunction as expected, the Pentagon could soon decide to begin implementing the partial ban on transgender troops as the appeals process and a lower court's continues, the purpose pleased with the orders issued by the supreme court today department of defense spokesperson, Lieutenant Colonel Carl Gleason said a statement, we will continue to work with the department of Justice regarding next steps in the pending lawsuits. As always we treat all transgender persons with respect and dignity. DOD's proposed policy is not a ban on service by transgender persons. It is critical that DOD be permitted to implement personnel policies that it determines aren't necessary to ensure the most lethal and combat effective fighting force in the world and DOD's proposed policy is based on professional military, judgment and will ensure the US armed forces remain, the most lethal and combat effective fighting force in the world. There you go. This is a smart move. Now. Can you tell me we which of the justices again voted against this? Or are they they didn't want to do this. Let's see cagan. Ginsburg and Stephen Brier. To stay the lower court's order. So the four the four left us all said, no, the five conservatives all say, yes. Right. So let's let's talk about this. Let's just be honest. I don't take your phone calls to eight eight nine four one pags eight eight eight nine four one seven two four seven. I am sympathetic to people who call themselves transgendered. I say that without any smart ass this note, sarcasm, no facetious. I really am sympathetic. I feel bad for them. The reason I feel bad is they were dealt the hand of cards. They were dealt and for some reason their brain will not allow them to accept would biologically physically, DNA wise. And and according to chromosome says they are there is no doubt that gender is fixed gender sex, biological sex is fixed the idea that gender is somehow fluid, and you do whatever you want and feel whatever you I guess in a free society, you can say things like that. But which really happening is you've got people who I feel for that truly. There's some people do it for attention. They'll dress for the other the other sex or whatever. But there are a lot of people say a lot it's like point three of society that truly believe their body. Got it wrong. When it would be easier to understand is a logical reasonable person that the body shows what it is. And is what it is hate. But it's true. In the mind can accept it. So why on earth would we take poor people who are struggling with this this inner combat this my mind says this my body says I'm that I could I'm convinced my soul or God meant me to be the other thing. Why would we want them in the military weather working that out? Look there is no doubt. If you're gonna use commonsense reason and logic that there is a mental health issue here that should be dealt with. I don't know why we don't say that more often. Like, there's this story about the couple that says that they're black. Yes. Yeah. Okay. I'm just going to sorta just just put it out. There is some couple what are the in the UK or something they're white. They're white people who are living as black. The woman looks like she literally used an entire bottle of black shoe polish on her skin. It just looks stupid. She has a look black or African in this city or anything and husband just looks like a big white guy wearing sort of an African shirt, which is stupid. So they now say that a doctor has assured them that when they have a baby. Baby's gonna come out black. These people are whiter than carrying. I could ever think of being. And they somehow things are going to have black kids K. Did I get it? Right. You did. Now, either they believe it. And I think everybody watching listening and thinking about this would agree. They have mental health issue or they don't believe they're doing it for attention. I believe they're doing it for attention. But let's just assume for and by the way is what does she have thirty-six something breasts or something biggest breasts in the UK or something as part of that story to you know, you sent it to me. I did I did. I don't recall the size though. But. If you can find the size. It's very important for what we're talking about here. I think they're over. I think they're used their Uber. Uber breasts. So let's assume for a moment that they really believe it. They really believe they are black and they're not. Is there any argument that would be a mental health issue? No. So when somebody says, I know I've got the body parts, and I've got the DNA chromosomes, but I am convinced I'm the opposite biological sex. Why are we doing the right thing for these people? Why are we saying let's get you some help? Instead, four justices on the United States Supreme court actually think they should go and serve in our military. Like, they got nothing else going on. What did they thirty to thirty two s? Okay. I mean, generally speaking, I don't know about size. But. Going to be big isn't it s leeann when you start at the beginning of the alphabet, and then work your way. To the end. I honestly didn't know there wasn't s S. I think I think the s means that they hit the stairs walking upstairs. Longest seeing the picture. Could be the case. Now. But that was she artificially enhanced right? Attention natural. She's black and can have a black baby. Yes. So she's so put my point is very direct. If somebody is convinced they are what they're not we as a scientist should want them to get help. We should not be saying, hey, why don't you? Go fight in the army because that doesn't make sense we need the strongest the best the most focused a fighting force on planet earth, which is what we have. And that doesn't include trying to figure out what gender or what sex. You are. Because that's a given. If you don't understand that. That's a given that's fixed. Then you might not be able to go do the mission. I'm just gonna put it up there. Eight eight eight nine four one eight nine four one seven two four seven joepags dot com. Writer. You're listening to joepags. From amazing exterior, siding windows, doors, inboard traffic.

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"stephen briers" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

09:06 min | 3 years ago

"stephen briers" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Fart Cottam got him. Young fart. Oh, wait a second. March face nailed him. Call the FM. Then. Got him. After you mail them. All right. So I've never quite understood. I've never quite know. Calmness. Disgusting. It's a matter with you. Seriously. I can't even say what he wrote, man. My colleague net. Words separately. But putting them together just makes for a horrible visual. Why are you bright red in the gamma right now? It's a matter with you. You said it. You want me through the word wet in the mix. Disgusting. Disgusting. It's disgusting. I'm not going to do that much higher brow than we'd never. I love you. But seriously, I only get it once every six months or so somebody will write me, I'm a conservative Republican. I voted Republican voted for Trump. But and then tell me everything that's wrong with Trump anything's wrong. With me, I have an idea engage in the program. Call in some time, and I would be happy to educate your young dumb self. I would love to do that. I would you can't give us with the Skoda's had to say about transgendered, please. Yeah. This from ABC news. The supreme court on Tuesday by five to four vote has granted the Trump administration's request to begin enforcing a ban. With some exceptions on transgender military service members will legal appeals continue at the move, which is temporary reverses a lower court order that had put the policy on hold. The court said justices, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Briers, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan would have denied requests to stay at the lower court's order separately, the court rejected the administration's request for an expedited review of the issue before lower appellate courts have weighed. In officials said the decision has no immediate effect because one national injunction against the ban remains in place. But if a judge lifts that injunction as expected, the Pentagon could soon decide to begin implementing the partial ban on transgender troops as the appeals process and a lower court's continues at the department is pleased with the orders issued by the supreme court today department of defense spokesperson, Lieutenant Colonel Carla Gleason said in a statement, we will continue to work with the department of Justice regarding next steps in the pending law. Lawsuits as always we treat all transgender persons with respect and dignity. DOD's proposed policy is not a ban on service by transgender persons. It is critical that DOD be permitted to implement personnel policies that it determines are necessary to ensure the most lethal and combat effective fighting force in the world at DOD's proposed policy is based on professional military, judgment and will ensure the US armed forces remained the most lethal and combat effective fighting force in the world. There you go. This is a smart move. Now. Can you tell me which of the justices again voted against this or they they didn't want to do this? Let's see Kagan. Ginsburg and Stephen Brier. They wouldn't decide to stay at a lower court's order. So the Ford the four left lefties all said, no, the five conservatives all said, yes, right? Let's let's talk about this. And let's just be honest. I I'll take your phone calls to eight eight nine four one pags eight eight nine four one seven two four seven. I am sympathetic to people who call themselves transgendered. I say that without any smart ass, this note, sarcasm, no facetious this. I really am sympathetic. I feel bad for them. The reason I feel bad is they were dealt the hand of cards. They were dealt and for some reason their brain will not allow them to accept would biologically physically, DNA wise. And and according to chromosome says they are there is no doubt that gender is fixed not gender sex, biological sex is fixed the idea that gender is somehow fluid, and you do whatever you want and feel whatever you want. I guess in a free society, you can say things like that. But which really happening is you've got people who I feel for that truly. There's some people do it for attention, though, dress for the other the other sex or whatever. But there are a lot of people I say a lot it's like point three of society that truly believe their body. Got it wrong. When it would be easier to understand is a logical reasonable person that the body shows what it is. And is what it is a term that I hate. But it's true. In the mind can accept it. So why on earth? What do we take poor people who are struggling with this this inner combat this? My mind says a this. My body says I'm that I could I am convinced my soul or God meant me to be the other thing. Why would we want them in the military weather working that out? Look there is no doubt. If you're gonna use commonsense reason and logic that there is a mental health issue here that should be dealt with. I don't know why we don't say that more often. Like, there's a story. Did you send this story about the couple that says that they're black? Yes. Yeah. Okay. I'm just going to sorta just just put it out some of the in the UK or something. They're white. They're white people who are living as black. The woman looks like she literally used an entire bottle of black shoe polish on her skin. It just looks stupid. She doesn't look black or African in this city or anything and the husband just a big white guy wearing sort of an African shirt, which is stupid. So they now say. That a doctor has assured them that when they have a baby. The baby is gonna come out black. These people are whiter than carrying. I could ever think of being. And they somehow think they're going to have black kids carry did. I get it. Right. You did. Now, either they believe it. And I think everybody watching listening and thinking about this would agree. They have mental health issue or they don't believe they're doing it for attention. I believe they're doing it for attention. But let's just super and buddies. What does she have thirty-six something breasts or something biggest breasts in the UK or something that's part of that story to you sent it to me? I did I did. I don't recall the size though. But there if you can find out besides it's very important for what we're talking about here. I think they're Uber. I think they're used their Uber. Uber breasts. So let's assume for a moment that they really believe it. They really believe they are black and they're not. Is there any argument that would be a mental health issue? So when somebody says, I know I've got the body parts and got the DNA and I've got the chromosomes, but I am convinced I'm the opposite biological sex. Why are we doing the right thing for these people? Why aren't we saying let's get you some help? Instead, four justices on the United States Supreme court actually think they should go and serve in our military. Like, they got nothing else going on. What what are they thirty to thirty two s s. Okay. I mean, generally speaking, I don't know about. Sized. But that's going to be big isn't it s leeann when you start at the beginning of the alphabet. And then work your way. To the end. I honestly didn't know there was an s I I think the s means that they hit the stairs as she's walking upstairs. Could be seeing the picture could be the case. But that was she artificially had them enhance right? Wants the attention natural. Now, she's black and going to have a black baby. Yes. So she's so by put my point is very direct. If somebody is convinced they are what they're not we as a society should want them to get help. We should not be saying, hey, why don't you? Go fight in the army that doesn't make sense we need the strongest the best the most focused fighting force on planet earth. Which is what we have. And that doesn't include trying to figure out what gender or what sex. You are. Because that's a given. If you don't understand that. That's a given that's fixed. Then you might not be able to go and do the mission. I'm just gonna put it out there. Eight eight eight nine four one pags eight eight nine four one seven two four seven joepags dot com. Stay writer..

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