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"supreme court wisconsin" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"The morning. Oh kata hated it. oh i really morning host. I wouldn't want to wake up to handle. This is terrible. I shouldn't admit this. I'll probably be fine by the fcc but i would assume the statute of limitations along dead and gone now but it was a a fifty thousand watt station but that but at night it powered down on like two hundred fifty and in the wintertime. You didn't power up it. Supposedly until seven thirty. And i'm like if i'm coming into work i'm not coming in and people can't hear me and i just you know really didn't look at what the actual times were. When i went on the air the power went right up by figured out how to do it. Believe it or not the technical genius that i am a. You are very tight. Used to that sucker right up Was that back when you were splicing tape but a marker yeah i used to. I used to do all my own production by slice and tapio. I mean those were the days especially because you love production so now it's not that i mean it's i did it because i wanted to learn. I mean i couldn't do it now because i can't do the computer processing stuff that you guys do which should makes it infinitely easier. Okay so i got a question for you. Ready katy and i are talking and we had we. We've had this call and since we're having a sort of a free moment here i'll ask it now so we've had callers call in and ask. What is your most memorable moment on radio. And what is your favorite moment on radio. Boy that's hard. I told the story You know people ask me all the time. What do you like better. Tv or radio. And i just like at all. What do i my most favorite moment. I realized the power radio. When i told the story about the guy that told me took a bottle of pills and drake a quarter. Gin was saying goodbye because he was killing himself. And when i finally got the location out of them with a minute literally you know. Dozens of cars and an ambulance descended on him and save. This guy's life That was a pretty That that woke me up to the power of radio and that i wasn't really thinking about and the responsibility that comes along with it But i i you know. I i like every every part of it i mean but like happy memory like that's that's one of those moving memories or you save. Somebody's it's i tell you what. I've enjoyed the most as getting to know and meet listeners. I think you know when you're on the road it's hard but when you meet you know it's like a family. Radio is a heart media. It's very different than television and television. I can just roll my eyes or make a face. And i can communicate impart that way but when you go out and you meet people and you and i and i talk to people and learn their stories and i see their struggles and i know the importance of education and and the importance of lower taxes in the importance of less government and the import whatever's important at the time i realize the importance of of what the role politics plays in our life because it impacts every aspect of our lives and i just like being a spoke in the wheel. Everybody thinks he must think you're a big shot. No not at all. I just think. I misspoke just like every voter is a spoke in the wheel. Everybody's doing their part. When everyone does their part we can fix things. And you know that's the thrill of victory when you win election years and the agony. Defeat when you don't and but you'd never stop the fight for freedom never ends and and that's something that just ingrained in my dna. I see. I don't know why as a young kid. I listen to talk. Radio never imagining. I'd ever have the chance to do it. And then i get the chance to do it then. They took away the chance to do it. And i wanted it more more than anything else in the world and i've been you know doing it now. Thirty three years. Since i started and it's been the greatest journey in my life and i feel blessed to be behind this microphone every day. I thank the people that make this possible at the end of the show. I often say you make this show possible. Thank you for that because we don't have listeners. You don't survive in radio if you don't have viewers on tv you don't survive in television. I can't believe i'm going to be the longest running. Primetime cable news hosts in history at some point next year. I mean somebody told me that. And i said good grief. My next question was how many years was johnny carson on advice man. But that's something about you boss. That says something not well. I mean in my opinion there have been going on seventeen years which is a very long time and one of the things i can say is there have been many conversations where we said. Should we cover this. Should we talk about the. Should we do this. And sometimes you just gotta follow your gut and you have done that time and again i mean you and i have not always agreed on everything. You're like nah. I think. I gotta do this right. Pissed off at me. Because i'm vice versa and vice versa. And we were wrong and right onto of eissa but go ahead. Yeah anyways all that to say there are moments. But i think it speaks to the show right so it's like i'm going to do it this way but we meet though when we meet doodle. It's incredible life all when i was caught week. And i tell you when i was call screening this crazy. I was callscreener. I i started out on earth. Forget when ricky medlock quilt. And i said was doing. He's okay he's okay and He calls anything was. Hey doing this as a rookie. Medlock of leonard's get mike. Yeah what everybody click. I didn't call us back. And he goes. This is ricky medlock again. Can you not hang up on me. Unlike do it. It's not cool to impersonate people. Okay do not wait. They said we now call eight hundred number he goes. Ricky medlock is calling the number. Because i don't have any other number and i'm like all right. What instrument do you play. And he's like. Are you going to quiz me now. Like oh yeah. I'm going to quiz you. I'm gonna ask you all kinds of questions and if you don't know the answer of hang up again well. Of course he gets them all right and we start talking this and that and that was how ricky menlo into the show but it was hysterical. And i can't tell you how many the greatest he's one of the greatest guitarist of all time. i mean this guy when he's jamming out free bird. I mean during that long guitar. You know mentally that goes on and on and on and just gets more intense and more intense. More intends is amazing to watch. But there's a lot of moments like that sean. Where like congressmen senators of football players. I can't even tell me if you've called the eight hundred number you know. And i'm like it's just bizarre. It's totally are gonna want to give people some hope here because people are worried about the future. I can feel it. I can't explain why i just know it. I sense it. I feel it. It's my gut. I've lived through this thirty three years. Here twenty five years on tv and there is now it is percolating and it is beginning to boil. And it's going to overflow. And i believe crescendo. I in november twenty twenty two if we get these election laws fixed which now happened in texas. Yesterday in case people aren't watching. We have one extra thing to fix in georgia that signature verification but it's happening also in pennsylvania and it's happening in wisconsin and michigan and hopefully arizona and that is integrity signature verification voter. Id chain of custody. Controls partisan observers able to observe updated voter rolls if we do these things to ensure integrity in our process. We we can fix you know what is an election system the last election. Oh do you saying hannity did. It was fraud. I'm saying the laws weren't followed. That's correct partisan observers. Were not allowed to observe. That is a violation of the law. The pennsylvania constitution was violated the read the chief justice of the supreme court wisconsin's stinging rebuke in dissent about how laws weren't followed in that state. It's interesting so we gotta fix that. And then hopefully can fix the country. Because i still believe in the dream of america. But for america this world is going straight to adam schiff and it ain't gonna be good wrap things up for today. Let not your hearts be troubled. The they should be delta variant lambda variant vaccine mandates. Vaccine passports mask mandates. But nothing if you're in illegal immigrant coming through the border because you get special rights that american citizens don't get makes no sense. We'll have it all covered monday. Edition on the sean hannity. Show thanks for being with us. We'll see if monday you make the show possible. We never forget it and thank you for that. Management concepts empowers federal leaders at every career level. They're six leadership programs. Include courses aligned to opium cues and fundamental competencies taught by experts with federal experience management concepts programs combined live instructions with experiential learning personal assessment coaching online collaboration to deliver the real world skills. You need over ten thousand workers a year. Twos management concepts for their leadership development needs learn why at management concepts dot com classes forming now..
"supreme court wisconsin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"In Arizona. It's yes, I was. It's you know, in the United States, I was it was in the vat. I would say that you know, of all the crimes against American democracy. I can't think of a worse one. And bribing voters. Yeah. I mean, what is that all about? And then you go to Michigan. They were first among equals, really in observer abuses. Pennsylvania, David's secretary of state, they're just Democrats out of control, issuing illegal guidance to voters getting slapped down by the Supreme Court there. Ignoring the Supreme Court. Wisconsin, check it right so There were 70,000 voters in Wisconsin and in 2016, who were categorized indefinitely confined in here, you know easier is your folks generally in their in their senior years, You can't really get out anymore, and it's legitimate for them to be able to Vote from home without without a big idea and senior church right, so and just the time in, they legitimately request these through a process correct, exactly correct. No problem. But what? What What was constant did was, uh, basically dramatically expanded indefinitely confined definition behind the shield of the China virus code big crisis and it went from 70,000. 200,000 and that extra 130,000. There's just like tens of thousands of these people that are not indefinitely confined. No way. No how we got pictures of him on the ski slopes and asked in a riding a bike and Facebook and this or Facebook and that it's like and that's flat out against the law. So I just said to chime back in because there's a lot of things in the six dimensions so this would be considered outright fraud, right? Not just ballot mishandling because this this terminology of indefinitely confined who, you know, second If I'm in the studio on the era, my indefinitely confined cause I can't vote because I'm on the air. I mean, this is how loose and fast they've been playing with that. I just want to let everybody know we're on with the White House Trade advisor Peter Navarro. Who put together this 36 page report highlighting the six dimensions of fraud and how they did it. It's really getting right now. We're honestly focused on one page when he said this was a sea of check marks. He's not kidding. And I tweeted this out. So you can check that out at rich Val deaths at Ridgefield does on Twitter, but go ahead. Dr. Navarro. Keep Breaking it down. Yeah, in the woods this investment and drive voters and gets a twofer. Right? Meaning that Yeah. I mean, the people who are registering Waller's well, they're out. Skiing and not indefinitely in mind That's fraud. But it was also true that it was illegal for the state officials to expand the definition the way they did right. So here's Here's Here's a mother take away from this. It's like, if you listeners you're out there looking for like the cracking or the single bullet, the silver boy, whatever. It's not there what it is. This is more like death. By 1000 cuts or more accurately, death by the six dimensions of election irregulars and you look at it. Yeah, it's like the mainstream media now. Oh, there is no evidence. Hey, guess what? There's thousands of documents that show the evidence and a lot of this Is is just straight bending or breaking the law. It was. It was a very well thought out strategy. And you know what I see Rich. I see in this country on unfortunate situation where some of our most important institutions to hold together a democracy, the media, the Democrat Party, everything in between, um are willing To embark on this ends justify the means type of behavior in order to get rid of Donald Trump. And so you have an anti trump. Mainstream media and New York Times Washington Post yet censoring social Media Twitter in Facebook in the Google search engines, and they're willing basically To manipulate the process. Turn a blind eye to these election irregularities, and they justify their behavior on this ends justify the means, and I'm telling you if we get to Inauguration day And we inaugurate what in all likelihood, is an illegal and illegitimate president who does not have the confidence of an increasing it on every daily basis. An increasing share of Americans who who understand this election like he was stolen. Um All hope is lost. I mean, if the greatest of Maya Green world history can't run a fair election How How are we going to survive internally and by the way? Yeah, it's like people are listening. What do we do? Well, hey, there's a lot of things we we should do. I mean, we need a special counsel to immediately investigate percent ground these things we need to spot that Georgia We need that Georgia election postponed of February that is like That is like a test worn. Here's the thing. But you know if you could hold that thought for one second, because I want to talk a little bit more about the media and a little bit about Georgia because you really have a lot of insight on this, and I want to make sure the audience gets everything that they want to get in. Keep it locked right there. This is talk radio 77 w A B C Rich Valdas we're on with Peter Navarro Thistles America. W A B c New York.
"supreme court wisconsin" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Exactly what the rights of artificial intelligence are i. It is such a new field. That i i really didn't The supreme court of the united states denied surgery or surgery which means that they did not hear that case. And then the supreme court of wisconsin. They took what is called kind of like vise -ment so they said the court of appeals said. Hey what would you. What would you say about this if we kick it up to you. And the supreme supreme court wisconsin said. Well this is what we feel But i i mean. I think no matter what that that because it wisconsin did that. It does set president annan. I i do believe there is a there is a technocracy that that is is. Relatively becoming into powered there is some issues with constitutionalism and capitalism kind of butting heads in. It's going to be interesting to see how that plays out. There's no doubt that artificial intelligence realistically in the next five ten years is going to be a big part of how we do things there already turning on our lights opening our cars search and a bunch of other things are certainly an entertainment. We can talk to our televisions and and they can do that video games. We play against a form of ai. That essentially study how you do things and tried to react to that and as these systems get more powerful. There's always the danger of wind does something like that become sentient and what happens when it does so. Yeah i could be a whole nother animal right. There agreed definitely. Let's take a short break. We're talking to robert kiessling about his novel. Discredited citizen about justice empathy and artificial intelligent. Be right back. I am emily hampshire. And i play jennifer going twelve matiz and year the full sifi backwards robert kiessling and his novel discredited citizen so a sit down and writing standpoint. How did you How did you approach this. Did you go with a firm schedule or gauge. You outlined things and just ideas come to you. How did you do i. I read a book a long time ago. That helped me. And i. I'm more of a i but i i like to read screen. Screenplay is more than a light to write novels but I'm definitely a schedule. Use the what's called. it's called. Save the cat which is a lot of people coming know about it. You probably know about it right now. I've never heard of it. It's pretty cool on okay. Yeah yes the cat it's it's really how this gentlemen breaks down. How how hollywood. Really if i don't want to ruin movies for people but if they get it will ruin every movie for you brings down the beginning middle end and it has everything. So i've kinda used that structure in and you can use it in novels as well than i also I take it pretty systematic approach with with dialogue as well so definitely In writing example. Like each chapter's gonna have your in a nutshell. That's your inciting incident right than you're gonna have your progressive complication from progressive convocation. You're going to have the best of bad choices than choice and then and then the outcome. And that's kinda how i follow that and then obviously it just a little circle into a bigger circle. Big circle so yeah. That's that's kind of how i i want to it now. As far as dialogue the late rod serling actually dictated all of this scripts the twilight zone into a tape recorder. Incredible and his secretary would type it out but the advantage to that is you can hear yourself talking the dialogue and what sometimes is on. The page doesn't sound goodwin dread or spoken. Did you do anything like that..
"supreme court wisconsin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Feels good I'm Lisa Lacerra Fox News president trump short time ago telling Fox's Hannity he will likely take a test for covert nineteen tomorrow a week after being diagnosed with the virus and he said he may hold a rally in Florida Saturday night if there's enough time to put it together earlier, the trump campaign issued a statement saying the commission on presidential debates should let next week's contest go on in person as planned Frank Farren call. The of the commission. On presidential debates on wide the decision was made this morning to hold virtual townhall provisions were that they would sit wherever they wanted to the president could do it from the Oval Office would be people present press people also with Biden people there to make sure that he wasn't reading a teleprompter that he's answering the questions over Vice President Joe Biden said he will do whatever the commission says three debates back in the summer. This been going on since the early ninety. First. Debate. I the first second debate townhall format bird. I I find the schedule, the town hall for next Thursday, which is the date for the next presidential debate Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer speaking on after thirteen men were arrested in what federal and state authorities say was a plot to kidnap her I knew this job would be hard. But I'll be honest I never could have imagined anything like this motive authorities say was whitmer strict guidelines put in place at the height of the pandemic. Some of the band are also accused of plotting to attack police officers Hurricane Delta is inching closer to the Gulf coast earlier this evening it was about three hundred, ten miles south of Cameron. Louisiana Louisiana Governor. John Bel Edwards. Storm that moves faster. and. 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Third Republicans unsuccessfully appealed the ruling to a three judge panel from the seven th U S Circuit Court of Appeals Republicans. Than asked all eleven members of the court to review the case in the court blocked, the extension Democrats will likely appeal to the US Supreme Court Wisconsin election officials anticipate as many as two million people will vote by mail because of the coronavirus pandemic president trump one wisconsin by less than one percent in two thousand sixteen Steve Rappoport Fox News Veins Supreme Court has at December first as the date for a hearing on Bill Cosby's appeal of his felony. SEX ASSAULT CHARGE COSBY is serving a three to ten year prison term for the sexual assault Andrea Constand and two, thousand, four, a major movie theater chain is reopening AMC entertainment expects five hundred twenty, six, hundred US theaters to be opened by the middle of the month. 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"supreme court wisconsin" Discussed on 600 WREC
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"supreme court wisconsin" Discussed on WDRC
"Com slash trial. He'll score blocks an extension of the deadline for counting absentee ballots in Wisconsin. If the decision stands absentee ballots from Wisconsin voters must be delivered to election clerks by eight PM on election day to be included. U S District Judge William Calmly last month approved a six day extension as long as ballots are postmarked on or before November. 3rd. Republicans unsuccessfully appealed the ruling to a three judge panel from the seventh U. S Circuit Court of Appeals. Republicans then asked all 11 members of the court to review the case and the court blocked the extension. Democrats will likely Appeal to the U. S. Supreme Court. Wisconsin election officials anticipate as many as two million people will vote by mail because of the Corona virus pandemic. President Trump won Wisconsin by less than 1% in 2016, Steve Rapoport. Fox NEWS, Pennsylvania Supreme Court is that December 1st as the day for a hearing on Bill Cosby's appeal of his felony sex assault charge. Cosby is serving a 3 to 10 year prison term for the sexual assault. The Andrea Constand in 2000 for a major movie theater chain is reopening. AMC Entertainment expects 520 of its 600 U. S theaters to be opened by the middle of the month. It's reopening 14 locations in Washington state. October 16th. And will reopen remaining theaters when authorized to do so by state and local officials. The company says all reopened locations are enforcing AMC safe and clean protocols to keep people safe. AMC and other movie theater chains have been hard hit by the Corona virus pandemic. Regal Cinemas has temporarily closed all its locations in the U. S. For the second time, and there's no timeline for reopening. GeneCo's Sola Fox knew the number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell slightly last week was still high 840,000 evidence that job cuts remain elevated seven months into the pandemic Recession. I'm Lisa, Sarah, and this is Fox News..
"supreme court wisconsin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Go back into your calls and thoughts but one more line from this story about the cockroach milk when shark which we had a caller bring our attention. I had not heard of this but According to Science Alert DOT COM quote. The crystals are like a complete food. They have proteins. Fats and sugars. If you look into the protein sequences they have all the essential amino acids. She's referring to this protein that the cockroaches actually produce for Feeding its babies suggesting that in some sort of a bizarre future Where we need food. That's not being produced a traditional manner that you could somehow extract and or maybe synthesize. This stuff shakes bring. All the cockroaches to the outs may end up being. I mean this point. This does sound like something that you could reasonably do because cockroaches breed at an alarming rate although I would be fearful of large cockroach farms to produce this little crystal right where you have to then then the CDC and China Making Biological weapons but nobody cares about those fears. Either I understand but I'm just envisioning a science fiction film in my head where we suddenly have cockroach farms all over the planet and then something was horribly. Well you can't go as badly as the farms. We have what? What's happened to farms? Now let's go back to your calls and thoughts. David is in Jackson Michigan. Listening to W Cage David. Hello David Jacksonville pillow. Hey you're on the air. Let me get my speakerphone plan. Speak out here Government Jackson Michigan People. Don't know out. There is about thirty eight miles due south of Lansing. Probably don't I ninety four eighty five miles from center? Detroit. Okay. We're one hundred sixty thousand in the county probably thirty. Three thousand in the city are a lustrous. Governor extremely luxurious governor emission dredging. Whitmer is put us on a lockdown. That people are starting to get You know we armed protests we also have federal lawsuits and various individuals and hospital groups. Filing various suits here in the state of Michigan. We are peed off excellent. I I believe I believe her. Attorney General Michigan Dana Nessel and the crew of Democrats. That things are are. I don't even WanNa word. Behave what they're doing is absolutely dictating instead of governing. We've US sure. What the differences. Either we have a strong legislature in Michigan. Mike Shirke the Senate majority leader is from Clark Lake Michigan. Right here. In Jackson County Lee Chatfield is the house speaker. East from leveraging Michigan near Petoskey near. I don't know if we need to know where everybody's living as far as the legislature. What what you driving at here? They are highly. They are very Republican. They're also very much on the side of the people. Well it's convenient for them to be on the side of the people right. It's politically convenient because the governor is a tyrant but then again all of the other governors are tyrants as well She's just gotten more headlines because she's gone a little further than some of the other ones in the rest of the country. I mean there's almost no state and that I've been aware of over the last two months that hasn't had a bunch of governors orders. Come down from on high tell every business owner how they gotta run their business and what they gotta do and a bunch of this crap so it's it's political points for these. Republicans in Michigan to act like. They're on the side of the people but the reality is they're in charge of the government and they are going to rule over people and if it was a Republican governor in the State of Michigan. Maybe they wouldn't have banned access to the garden center or buying seeds might not have been as drastic but they still would be issuing orders. I mean we've got a Republican governor here in New Hampshire and he's just he's just issued He's I think he's over forty orders that he's issued from his office in just the last two months so I'm not going to buy the claim that the Republicans actually care about people they care about getting reelected and elected. So they're pandering to you then I may I interject? Yeah and that's exactly where the courts can in in now that it's happening into the courts. Maybe that's our relief. Maybe it's hoping and of the three branches of liars killers and thieves that we have in our government. I tend to like the the branch that wears the Black Moose the best but I don't trust him well and plus. It's GonNa be cold comfort if if these courts rule in the favor of the so-called people misery and act and all kinds of. You've already lost Your Business in Wisconsin. Just the Supreme Court Wisconsin just overruled the governor. That's that's our lead story tonight. They did We talked quite a bit about that in our number one. You can download later tonight. Over at FREETALKLIVE DOT com. Thanks David for the call tonight man. I appreciate it and you know I. I'm not trying to down his optimism here but on the other hand the Pennsylvania Supreme Court smacked down a request. Overturn the Governor's orders there and the. Us Supreme Court refused to hear the case which means they by default upheld. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court's ruling in that particular. I'd like to point out to the caller that all of the branches are part of the same tree. They all derive their money from the same source right so there is an integral. What do we call it? A conflict of interest because they all get paid by the same entity and that they've actually and they all have their power by claiming power from us like the notion of government at least here in the United States. I mean it used to be just fine right like a guy pulls a sword from Iraq and he declares himself King and if anybody disagrees with me chops their head off right crystal clear right. The that's what government is then. It came out to sort of like you know we need. We need to be able to have to put somebody in the role of King and we can vote on them. And then this this ridiculous notion of of the people by the people for the people came around your part of this. It's your the government is you. You can't hate the government doing this to yourself if the government is all you hitting yourself in the face morning putting yourself in the faith. The government is me. I'd like to stop doing all of the dumb things that it does. And that's the that's the real thing you're relying on a political party. Look I get it. I like one of the political parties a little better than I like the other political party too but I still understand. They're all liars. Like that's the where you have to start is when you substitute the term politician for liar and thief substitute the term government employees for parasite. And then you've got some idea of what we're dealing with here right. You've got a much clearer picture. What's going it's true? Let's talk today of. He's also in Michigan in Jackson. Listening to W cage Dave props to Michigan. They call insight. Dave what's mine just a quick shout out to Captain Steve Jackson in the mornings gotta just Coffee Jackson that matter. If you're Republican or Democrat we got sixty five percent of the people here that are sheep. That that that Gretchen wicked witch of the West. Whitmer is doing is Terry. Because they're sitting back they're getting six hundred dollars. Extra testing run employment and stuff like the fruit liquors. That's a yard because they don't know constitution doing a very good guy very much. She's great he said fifty five percent of the people in Michigan sitting back collecting welfare and cheering on this governor. Thank you for the call tonight. I appreciate the passion and appreciate hearing from you. Eight fifty five 453. Speaking of Michigan the seventy seven year old.
"supreme court wisconsin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Seven twenty WGN four oh nine in the morning thanks for staying up with us everybody or get up early or staying up later maybe playing poker all that long till it's time for you to do your radio interview Hey Jonathan how are you Hey man how's it going John of the blues with us he is reporter now for hearing for now who are offended the daily beast for a block club Chicago good Chicago guy here right about things and you're playing poker all night I know but are you doing that the safety of the Illinois residency or did you head on up to Wisconsin had a couple bars first no I was not doing any on the ground reporting I and stayed in my apartment and I was playing virtually excellent okay so you're really you're really being good about social doesn't suggest that the play poker and I'll man he's got guys over there smoke it's all the way down to get it thank not quite exciting well John to what did you think when you first saw I was dying laugh and data should be laughing about it maybe but I was dying to rock in that so this Supreme Court Wisconsin strikes down the order and then the tavern league of Wisconsin sends out a message everybody said all right open up and I thought there's a tavern league in Wisconsin how Wisconsin is that you know I've got my dad lives out Wisconsin my sister goes to school out there right now and I've been out there plenty of times and I was checking the news and actually I thought to myself you know this seems like something that Illinois people are going to go flocked to hotel so I I I thought you know this might be a story and started reaching out to people and found going on border hoppers not just to Wisconsin but to all the surrounding states well Wisconsin's only when the where you can really go bar hopping right now right I mean if you were headed over to Indiana there's not a lot you can do is there you know I I think it's more complicated I know especially in Wisconsin it's real complicated because some of the counties are having different guidelines and the governor and so isn't it but that doesn't mean necessarily that all these bars and restaurants are complying with the county laws right in the may be violating the county based on this and you know the court decision which is still up in the air whether or not that should be advised that the county televise their local bar owners not to gather some of the counties I should say so you reach out and interviewed some people and and one person you talked to was a health care worker who is gonna head up to Wisconsin with our friends at week this weekend and that makes you a little nervous to hear about that and I wonder if health care workers are people head up are they going to get heat from their employers if it's found out that they were doing this stuff yeah you know that's a good question and I think it's uncharted waters I think it's fair to say I think it's worlds do not try to deal with this on a day to day basis and you know the information is constantly coming out every day and everyone's trying to evaluate what they think is best to do and I think it's just it's challenging but I think it's Intel Topol talked as many experts as we can and try to get a better picture of what's going on yeah well you know I I've talked about this a lot on the show I'm happy that other states are opening up a little bit especially the states further way because it will be a little test to see how things go I do they have severe outbreaks afterwards or do we find that there are manageable ways to do this now this one being so close to us makes a little more nervous and especially with it so easy for Illinois residents that over and you know who knows what happens it comes back it because our numbers have not been that great we have a lot of corona virus I I'm assuming we don't really have that much more than everybody else but we're testing a lot more than a lot of other places and so that's why we're hearing a lot of it but you really wonder what is going to happen two weeks from now especially in Wisconsin and and and not all of Wisconsin right because as you mentioned now it's up to the counties to close things down and some are and some aren't and it's a little bit of a wild west situation yeah well this is actually a probably a perfect way to describe it I I spoke with a couple of quarters in Wisconsin who actually use the same term yeah and in behalf of the people that you talk to from Illinois is it mostly people you know I because I think there's there's two factions of people I think there's some factions that just are real big believers in this that it's more of a flu like thing we've got to learn to deal with it we got to get back to it and I think there's other people that really do you know believe in we've got to do the best we can we got to stay safe but they've just gotten to a point where they're just kind of mentally exhausted by the whole thing and if another yeah I think a great fine we just want to listen I'm going to going to be as careful as I can but you know I gotta get out yeah I think there's definitely an element of the cabin fever I think anecdotally I I found there's two different camps and I found some of the younger crowd that was you know I'm think maybe there's the feelings of instability that come along with that you know if I get it I get it and I think it's difficult because I I think you know a lot of health experts have cautioned against that mentality but I think there's also an older crowd I spoke with I say fifty five enough that I spoke with a lot of them who I was they were more likely to be on the error of less about what the experts were talking about more about you know you need to live our lives regardless of that the death toll and we we can't let the virus scare us kind of mentality what do you think I know this is in your realm but I'm just wondering what you're thinking about this since you are looking into this type of thing like you know we had talked previously about this as states are starting to reopen and and there was talk about states closing off their borders or you know thought about that many thought well how is that ever going to work there's no way you're going to be able to do that but you do wonder without strict governor Pritzker and and a lorry life would have been a and you know really punching hard on the stay home do these things let's really flatten the curve they've got to be prince because got to be pretty annoyed by this especially with the idea of people in Illinois heading up to Wisconsin then coming back have you heard any talk at all I think would be so impossible to implement but but I wonder if at the very least Illinois I said you know what let's get more patrol on the road to go in and out of Wisconsin and let's do checkpoints let's pull people over let's really harass them if they're gonna do this you know I've heard a lot of checking a lot of chatter about that and in social media fears but I think I should be pretty clear that I haven't heard anything of that whatsoever and I haven't heard any any any sources or anything off the record that said anything like that I think the local leaders are definitely dealing with difficult situations and you know if these are the times that no one's ever dealt with before I mean when you think about some of the religious buildings and some of the challenges being faced by the governor you know trying to keep people from congregating in massive numbers but at the same time people are trying to gather in the religious faces we've seen it happen Westridge without the police had to break up I believe it was a Jewish wedding I thought was good but remember correctly and there was another church service on the south side of believe that was broken up so I think there's there's a difficult scenarios in the governor and the mayor have to you know kind of performing a balancing act yeah nobody's got an easy situation here that's for sure and his summer drags on and people get more and more crazed about it you you can just feel that there's going to be a lot of pushback in we haven't had it as bad as other states with the protests and everything else that have gone on like in Michigan but people are getting to a bit of a breaking point I wonder you know Lori Lightfoot try this on a positive note earlier on Friday saying she can see restaurants re opening in June and maybe some form of server summer live outdoor music theater things like that I wonder if she really feels that or if she's feeling that she's got to give people some hope we got to get something to look forward to because these dates keep coming and going and all we hear about is baseball staying close and football might not happen and all these other things and the mental health of people is something they're gonna have to start probably doing more and more to try to satisfy to get people to you know keep doing the right thing in doing what they're asking yeah you know and along that same line I don't know if you saw but mayor life it tweeted earlier today about people itching to get outside and she said I quote from a tweet earlier stay tuned for some changes to our streets and sidewalks transportation is more than just cars will show Chicago can be safer and easier to get around unquote and from what I've Lewis on Twitter a lot of different transportation advocates and reporters were wondering if that was her alluding to possibly closing some of the street and making a pedestrian only and I know a lot of transportation advocates have been calling for that and it's being done in cities across America so I think that would be maybe something that would give Chicago and beyond something someplace to get out of the house while still being safe I I've got a lot of questions on how that works that engage you know how long what streets do you shut down into transportation if you're going to do like a six block area and it's kind of a pedestrian mall now okay I get that what area would you even do that and in that makes sense within the city of Chicago I mean do you think she's talking about let's just close on March down the only I would have to I would have to defer to some transportation advocates on the I I know but I know I know New York is doing right now they've already closed off forty miles on the streets and they're hoping to close up to a hundred miles or New York state yeah really I believe and I think Oakland and I think were and I ended at least a Seattle at I know there's a good seven eight nine major cities in the United States they're doing this right now wow well I I guess I'd have to look up how they're doing that because I just don't see like you know her and I my guess is she saying you know what we're gonna make the sidewalks safer by giving you more room that now the whole streets closed down so you can walk safely but if a.
"supreme court wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"So we know this in Wisconsin yeah okay Supreme Court Wisconsin overrules the governor you can't shut down the entire state they're gonna have to figure this out by counties by towns right mmhm you know what happened after that what governor had a stark warning kids remain even as the governor delivers this stark warning people forget said if we stay the course and stay all so you tell me if there's an agenda all right because then when they do the whole package about Wisconsin it showing every bar packed right to make it sound as if you're responsible as possible to make it look like people just want to go out party this is about people getting back to work saving businesses right my gosh man it gets so tiring watching this day after day after day right there is a balance to be had it's still you know what yeah I think you should probably wear a mask in public it's probably going to keep you safer in case you are a symptomatic it will help the spread I'm not saying you should be thrown in jail if you don't but is if we're trying to get through this I don't think it's a terrible idea you know what you know what that's going to get yeah what a stark warning I'm sure it will about the grim realities of not following the science yes well if you're going to get hit from both sides to gonna be somebody else's I'm not your man why do you feel like you need a mask well I'm not down with that either okay the largest single day people have had a nasty cough we live in Georgia their cases are down yep yep Florida's doing all right so let's keep our eyes on that that's what seems to make the most sense to me yeah I suppose we should get the job by near yeah one thing I really want to get to them you know if you think it it's it what a rough go of this right now compare that to what people were going through say a hundred years ago we're going to do that so holy smokes does that put things in perspective now as far as by what does he claim now well he he hopped aboard the struggle bus again during a virtual campaign event Jeez about the state of the economy and the death toll brought on by the corona virus and I don't know if there is an English translation of this but this is a sight to behold the man okay can you roll this for us please yes is he saying eighty five thousand but how many have died it's eighty five thousand people have lost their jobs and millions of people have died according to Joe Biden's barely coherent explanation of the state of play here he is where where where where where where it is and we're in the middle of a pandemic that has cost us more than eighty five thousand jobs as of today lives of billions of people as a people millions of jobs you know we were in a position where you know we just got new unemployment insurance this morning numbers thirty six five million claims since this crisis yeah Turkey views six five million class does any does anyone actually believes that it's untoward to point out that this man is senile I don't think so anymore no I don't think so it's not like this happens just every once in awhile it's nearly every time he speaks yes it really do you think about that last debate with Bernie it's not like there weren't any missteps but you thought you know what the sharp brief getting sharper with these debates maybe the guys turning a corner and now it's get worse than no and I don't think you have to the guy is running for the president of the United States of America you have to point that out yeah this is the guy that I want to sit down across the table from a guy like she's in pain right the guy who can't keep number straight at all is talking about millions of people dead but only eighty five thousand people out of work well and the thing is when you you know read deep in the weeds stuff most Democrats know this or at least the money people know it democratic leadership knows it but like we have plenty of people that will know what to do okay if he gets confused he's not really going to be running things okay we just can't have orange man bad in there that's the deal and if he says some crazy stuff we can yeah we can take care of that we just got to be trump that's the Big Bang so helm makes statement after statement this is just going to go on also in the news the UFC president Dana white yes he's always good for a quote he he he yeah he is because USC has started to have fights again and trying to do the social distancing thing and taking advantage of the fact that there are basically no other sports going on in the United States but there have been critics out there and some reporters are arguing that UFC isn't keeping athletes safe from corona virus you know as they go about stopping each other's brains out they might get the corona virus meanwhile the guy almost lost his eye a few days so this is this is quite a quote man.
"supreme court wisconsin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And I supported Chechen I'm part of what everybody stand by and then my status as to there is a law and law is called a more long override the laws of mankind you know get to the more issues here you know we're not the state our religion on a note that anybody's asking me for sick their religion I think that this isn't like you have to no longer be a Parisian art a specific church or you no longer can contribute to that church is about keeping people safe and safe and socially distant and that that in this this kind of rhetoric I'm tell you right now we play that tape from west Allis Wisconsin just a few minutes ago of the bar that opened last night after the Supreme Court Wisconsin overturned the state home ordered by the governor and and the only thing was is that bartender gonna be covet positive coronavirus positive at the end of this I mean what what do you know where is it with five to seven days from right now those people that were in the bar is everybody gonna be okay if everybody is okay five to seven days from now or the people who are going to these guerrilla church services or gorilla bars are real restaurants are opening up where it's just you know like an underground kind of a thing if the people are just doing that are they five to seven days later are they gonna be okay are they okay or two weeks later are they okay well then maybe it is safer to open up then even scientists now but right now I'm just going to scientists I would rather go to the data scientists then the bar owner was like I got open up fine board battery okay coming up on the program like I mentioned after six o'clock stay tuned for the interview with the cardinal Ben Bradlee joins us to talk about news other than cover nineteen as well but first here's one after she's got the W. in traffic in the south loop Harrison is closed between wells and Dearborn because of the hazmat situation at the cell and Harrison in New Lennix US six is now closed between one hundred and eighty seventh and Haas because of an accident involving a semi that took down five telephone poles and more laughter from the IDOT traffic center reminding you to drive responsibly it really is a matter of life or death I.
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"Governor Pritzker's extended stay at home order an order that's already been challenged in court over its constitutionality WGN's Gaynor hall has the latest from the governor this virus is still among us this pandemic is not over and to pretend otherwise in a misguided attempt to reclaim what we lost will only make this last longer governor Pritzker facing fierce resistance to his restore Illinois plan as the stage marks its deadliest twenty four hours since the start of the call with nineteen pandemic as of today in defiance of Pritzker stay at home order downstate Madison County is allowing retailers restaurants gyms and theaters to re opened at twenty five percent occupancy and the Adams County board passed a resolution last night asking for modifications to the governor's plan that would allow it to reopen sooner our numbers are just far better than they are up north and we feel like we're being punished because we're all in this together lumped with the cities up north the bigger cities and so we want to we want to have to be on our own field there's more legal action coming from Rockford state Rep John Cabello who filed a temporary restraining order to try to suspend Pritzker's order but today a federal judge rejected an effort by two Chicago area churches who wanted clearance to hold their worship services with social distancing guidelines in place at his briefing this afternoon despite the critics the governor said he's sticking to his plan to re open the state based on science and data there is no consequence the state could impose that is greater than the harm that you will do to your own community a hundred and ninety two Illinoisans lost their lives to this virus in the past twenty four hours one hundred ninety two how is that not real to you more people will get sick get admitted to the hospital and die if we don't stay the course veterans living at the four state run VA nursing homes in Illinois have been tested for the corona virus these are the nearly two thousand veterans in Illinois living at VA homes in Anna plus South Main Tino and in Quincy Illinois department of Veterans Affairs reports every veteran at an Illinois VA home has now been tested none of them at the Quincy home are infected one veteran at the VA home in lasalle tested positive five veterans are positive at the VA home and and a man Tino has an outbreak going thirty veterans there tested positive for the corona virus so did nineteen employees and one veteran there at that man Tino VA home has already died of Kobe nineteen just to our north the Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled that governor Tony either said ministration overstepped its authority by extending the state stay at home order until may twenty sixth it's a conservative controlled Supreme Court Wisconsin could reopen as soon as six days from now the state home order will remain in place there until at least the twentieth although an amended state homeowner could also be presented by then Republican lawmakers in wall street one of rather Wisconsin had argued that the extension amounted to the state's health department writing its own rules without legislative input not the same legal outcome for two Illinois churches that filed suits against governor Pritzker supporter and they claimed it targeted religion WGST Burke trend reports the church's argued the order unfairly targeted religious gatherings they'd asked for temporary restraining order to put it on hold but judge Robert Gettleman says the church has provided no evidence that Pritzker's order targeted religion he says the order has nothing to do with suppressing religion and everything to do with reducing infections and saving lives two other lawsuits that challenged the constitutionality of Pritzker's order found success in court they were both filed by Republican elected officials in one case the judge had granted a restraining order in favour of only the plaintiff the other suit sought to make the governor's order invalid for the entire state of Illinois in that case Illinois Attorney General Cuomo Rahul has stepped in and filed a motion asking that the case be moved to federal court that's for Chicago for getting a better look at what returning to work make it look like for some employees who were deemed non essential in Chicago who had been at home during the pandemic although many have since been laid off but for those waiting to go back to work right now the city still in phase two of major like put some more stringent than the governor's plan she's now unveiled what phase three requires of the workplace no small break rooms barriers between nearby desk hand sanitizer stations and displaying visual guidance on rules this will also entail wearing face coverings at all times the dental health screening at the office entrance as well as possible alternative office days for employees the mayor says re opening Chicago's lakefront is not part of phase three and as she gave no timeline on when that prime real estate will re open WGN sports the NFL has extended its virtual offseason workouts through the end of the month that's what person familiar with the decision tells the Associated Press NFL teams usually would be holding OTA's this month followed by many camps next month during the pandemic OTA's and cancer being done remotely the Chicago red stars have hired Lindsey and it has the team's public address announcer daughter to WGN sports director Dave Benett congratulations on Vic Vaughn on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN get a credit card.
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"Somebody somewhere at least in Wisconsin stood up and said you can't do this you don't have the authority as the court says she cites no authority for this vast seizure of power hello your course the Wisconsin Supreme Court the court goes on to say that in opposition to this health directors claims the legislature I thought like I'll run through the legislature raised legislatively imposed legislatively imposed directives the courts are to follow when interpreting the scope of agency authority in other words the legislature said if you're going to exercise this before the we're gonna tell you what the scope of the forty years the court says to place this contention in context the reader should know that there is history underlying help courts have interpreted administrative agency powers formerly courts decisions permitted Wisconsin administrative agencies powers to be implied in theory any reasonable doubt pertaining to an agency's implied powers was resolved against the agency but the Wisconsin legislature concluded the fist there he did not match reality so they altered their administrative law jurisprudence by imposing an explicit the for the requirement on agency powers in other words the legislature has two books has to have explicitly given this health department in Wisconsin the specific authority to do what she did and the courses we can't find that anywhere we can't find that authority anywhere in the Wisconsin statute says no agency make implement or enforce any standard any requirement or any threshold unless that standard required or threshold is explicitly required were explicitly permitted by statute or by a rule that has been promulgated has been adopted in accordance with this statute court so we can't find it anywhere we can't find the place for you procedurally done is the right way and then we can't find anywhere in substance that you have the power to do this it is it's mind boggling to me that after almost two plus months of this roughshod on constitutional authority constitutional rights individual rights and liberty the Texas Supreme Court Wisconsin where the Supreme Court and all the other states we're a federal court federal court saying you know what we know you don't have the authority to make a decision about what's in the central or nonessential business and you don't have the authority to quarantine the entire state if you want to quarantine people have tested positive or or or in a highly susceptible category of people know the words if you can define the category by age by race by you know health conditions whatever it might be if you can if you can specifically to find those then that might pass constitutional muster but I think it would pass constitutional muster I knew what the heck but the unintended consequences of that would be instead of all of us hiding in their homes and not developing any herd immunity whatsoever also spike when we all got back out in public we would be developing holder mark immunity over a slow and to use their terms he flattened crew we would all be getting you know maybe a mild form of it maybe not at all maybe a serious form of it but still recover I look at a chart today from the CDC of all the deaths in a broken down by age category I've got to hear my folder somewhere bottom line is this ninety eight ninety nine percent of the American population has not died from cold nineteen and I know when you look at the numbers all my gosh eighty thousand usually we don't not only do we not know how to do risk assessment we don't know how to do basic math we don't know how to take eighty thousand divided into three hundred twenty nine million and understand that is that that is a minuscule percent of the population that has died from this much smaller than the number of people have died from heart attacks much fewer than that number well it's not quite but double the number I think the dog from from car wrecks but still we could have narrowed what we have done it helped us all develop community instead we did just the opposite she was given a million for the Wisconsin Supreme Court I'll be right back I heart radio goes one on one with Carlos Santana to discuss how collaborating with Neal schon and Gregg Rollie came to be once again he was viciously Sean had his vision to reunite is again and rekindle that proficiency so he is the one ahead of the first to ignite everything and I'm glad he did you know because he stayed on me for about almost a year then I was busy with his dad and he was busy with journey and great was is busy with a ring wrangle explained everything will start then but we finally got together and it is such a joy we all think meal having the resources to do it keep listening to I heart radio for more Santana and all your favorite artists I heard radio goes one on one with trying to find out about the rainy and collaboration across the of writing is just to get in a room with anybody then figure out who you like to be with a 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"supreme court wisconsin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To hold their worship services with social distancing guidelines in place at his briefing this afternoon despite the critics the governor said he's sticking to his plan to re open the state based on science and data there is no consequence the state could impose that is greater than the harm that you will do to your own communities a hundred and ninety two Illinoisans lost their lives to this virus in the past twenty four hours one hundred ninety two how is that not real to you more people will get sick yeah it made it to the hospital and die if we don't stay the course and follow the guidance the experts have provided yes to our north the Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled that governor Tony either said ministration overstepped its authority by extending the state stay at home order until may twenty sixth it's a conservative controlled Supreme Court Wisconsin could reopen as soon as six days from now the state home order will remain in place there until at least the twentieth although an amended state homeowner could also be presented by then Republican lawmakers in Wall Street one of whether a Wisconsin had argued that the extension amounted to the state's health department writing its own rules without legislative input not the same legal outcome for two Illinois churches that filed suits against governor Pritzker supporter and they claimed it targeted religion WGST Burke trend reports the church's argued the order unfairly targeted religious gatherings they'd asked for temporary restraining order to put it on hold but judge Robert Gettleman says the church has provided no evidence that Pritzker's order targeted religion he says the order has nothing to do with suppressing religion and everything to do with reducing infections and saving lives two other lawsuits that challenged the constitutionality of Pritzker's order found success in court they were both filed by Republican elected officials in one case the judge had granted a restraining order in favour of only the plaintiff the other suit sought to make the governor's order invalid for the entire state of Illinois in that case Illinois Attorney General Cuomo Rahul has stepped in and filed a motion asking that the case be moved to federal court as for Chicago but getting a better look at what returning to work make it look like for some employees who were deemed non essential in Chicago who had been at home during the pandemic although many have since been laid off but for those waiting to go back to work right now the city still in phase two of major like put some more stringent than the governor's plan she's now unveiled what phase three Rick shares of the workplace no small break rooms barriers between nearby desk hand sanitizer stations and displaying visual guidance on rules this will also entail wearing face coverings at all times the general health screening at the office entrance as well as possible alternative office days for employees the mayor says re opening Chicago's lakefront is not part of phase three and as she gave no timeline on when that prime real estate will re open WGN sports the NFL has extended its virtual offseason workouts through the end of the month but that's what a person familiar with the decision tells the Associated Press NFL teams usually would be holding O. T. A.'s this month followed by many camps next month but during the pandemic OTA's and camps being done remotely state of Florida is willing to be a restart site for pro sports leagues that when play resumes following shutdowns caused by the corona virus the Florida governor run the center says he'd welcome any pro sports team for practice.
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"With their abusers Kenya's banned all entry and exit from a pair of vast refugee camps fearing an outbreak of cove in nineteen could prove catastrophic for thousands of people living in cramped and squalid conditions the Camps House. Some four hundred thousand refugees from Somalia South Sudan any. Theo Pia back in the United States. Iowa's Republican governor has warned furloughed workers. They will lose their unemployment benefits if they refused to return to their jobs wants to remain at home. Orders lifted even if the workers fear injury or death from Cova Nineteen Nebraska. Republican governor. Pete Ricketts has issued a similar warning. I was planning to allow some restaurants bars. Shops and gyms to reopen at half capacity beginning Friday and Nebraska will begin loosening restrictions next week. Many of the affected workers are employees of giant meat packing plants that have become the largest corona virus hot spots in the country scores of workers at Smithfield plant in Crete. Nebraska walked off the job Wednesday in an unsanctioned work stoppage after Smithfield reversed a decision to close and clean the facility in Weld County. Colorado and enormous J. B. S. pork plant has reopened. Even though a fifth employee has died from cove nineteen the plant reopened even though J B s managers have not tested all of its employees for the disease as they had promised here in New York. Transit officials are teaming up with the NYPD to force on how people from the subway system. Under a new policy people will not be allowed to remain in subway station for more than an hour and we'll be removed from trains that reach the end of a subway line on Tuesday. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo attacked on House people for sheltering in subway cars. That is disgusting. What is happening on the subway cars? It's this respectful to the essential workers. Who Need to ride the subway system? Coalition for the homeless responded quote. More policing won't stop homeless individuals from taking refuge in the subways because it doesn't address what people actually need safe private space that can take the advice of health officials to maintain social distance. The city could open up thousands of hotel rooms and offer every single person on the subway access to them. If only mayor de Blasio had the political will they said New York Governor. Cuomo has repeatedly rejected the idea of raising taxes on wealthy New Yorkers to pay for services for the housed a new survey of Georgia hospitals finds more than eighty percent of Kovic. Nineteen patients are black. Even though African Americans make up just thirty percent of Georgia's population. It's the latest evidence to corona virus disproportionately affecting people of Color in the United States. Meanwhile native American tribal governments report. They haven't received any of the eight billion dollars in direct emergency payments promised by Congress in last month's two trillion dollar Corona Virus Relief Bill Wisconsin State health officials say more than fifty people who either worked at polling places or voted Wisconsin's presidential primary earlier. This month have tested positive for the Corona Virus Democratic governor. Tony Egar's tried to delay voting in the April seventh election but was overruled by the conservative majority. On Wisconsin State Supreme Court Wisconsin State Assembly Speaker. Robin Voss who were a surgical mask gloves and hospital gown to a polling place declared the risk of in person voting was minimal. Wisconsin is planning another round of in person voting on May twelve and a special election to fill a vacant congressional seat in El Paso Texas six immigrant women suffering from underlying health conditions have been freed from an ice jail. The women had sudeiss demanding to be released from El Paso Processing Center during the Cova. Nineteen pandemic has at least seven immigrant. Prisoners have tested positive for the virus in Louisiana mother. Jones reports. Two Guards at the rich would correctional center of recently died. What colleagues say we're complications from Kovic nineteen although tests are pending at least forty five people in the custody of ice rich would have tested positive for the virus in more immigration news newly obtained emails revealed Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials systematically retaliated against immigrant rights activists in recent years one name that appears repeatedly is motto mortar via Pondo an undocumented activists and leader of the grassroots organization Lotteries stents based in Washington State? The group has recently held several car rallies outside the northwest detention center into coma in support of hunger strikers inside who demand their immediate release emits the pandemic in the messages ice agents signal. They hoped initiating deportation proceedings against Moro. Pondo would quote take away some of her clout unquote the uncovered emails or part of an ongoing federal litigation led by Lada stance yet against Isis continuous targeting of immigrant rights advocates across the kind trae and former Georgia gubernatorial candidate. Stacey Abrams Tuesday defended Democratic presidential candidate. Joe Biden as he faces sexual assault allegations from former a terror read. I believe that women deserve to be heard and I believe that they need to be listened to but I also believe those allegations have to be investigated by credible sources. The New York Times did a deep investigation and they found that the accusation was not credible. I believe Joe Biden. New Developments of the alleged assault emerged Monday as two more people who knew Tara Reid in Nineteen Ninety S. Came forward to corroborate details of her account including a former colleague. Who said Reed had spoken of being sexually harassed by her former boss in Washington? Dc The alleged assault happened in nineteen ninety-three when Reed was working as a staffer and then Senator Biden's office to see our interview with Tara. Reid visit democracy now dot org and those are some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot org the report when we come back. We'll be speaking with the great French. Economists Thomas pickety stay with US.
Wisconsin holds primary election despite virus concerns
"Today's primary election in Wisconsin is moving forward despite the governor's attempt to postpone it because of coronavirus concerns Wisconsin governor Tony Evers trying to postpone the primary until June ninth but the state Supreme Court sided with legislative leaders saying the virus or no virus Evers didn't have the authority to do so on his own meanwhile a challenge to extend absentee balloting until next week failed in the U. S. Supreme Court Wisconsin election is being viewed as a national test case in a broader fight over voter access in the age of the
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"Dot com eight thirty five in today's primary election in Wisconsin is going forward despite the governor's attempt to postpone it because of the corona virus Wisconsin governor Tony Evers tried to postpone the primary until June ninth but the state Supreme Court sided with legislative leaders saying the virus or no virus Evers didn't have the authority to do so on his own meanwhile a challenge to extend absentee balloting until next week failed in the U. S. Supreme Court Wisconsin election is being viewed as a national test case in a broader fight over voter access in the age of the coronavirus bill right com CBS news civil rights icon John Lewis says endorsed Joe Biden becoming the thirty eighth member of the congressional black caucus to do so in announcing his support Lewis pushed the former vice president to choose a woman of color as his running mate no it was not an explicit demand but the Atlanta area congressman said his comments reflect the broad sentiment that Biden was catapulted into his front runner status thanks to the overwhelming support of black voters during the presidential primary and Biden will need a strong black turnout he says to win in November well the acting secretary of the navy secretary has now apologised for remarks that he made to the crew of the USS Theodore Roosevelt after firing that ship's captain acting secretary mode Lee had told the crew there captain was either naive or stupid not to have known as memo about a corona virus outbreak on the carrier would be leaked cabinet it was very very wrong in a moment when we expected him to be the comic horse let's see mostly late yesterday apologised for these remarks calling captain Brad crozier smart and passionate the chairman of the house Armed Services Committee meanwhile says he no longer has confidence in mode late and he should be removed that is CBS news correspondent Kenny McCormick will still come there is some hope from the latest coronavirus.
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"Days to more than five thousand Chicago is approaching five thousand cases the next hot spots include Miami and Philadelphia in Louisiana covert nineteen cases have more than doubled since last Wednesday president trump says he took a call from a Democrat who hopes to replace him Joe Biden we had a really wonderful warm conversation was a very nice conversation we talked about pretty much this this is what we talked about this is what everyone's talking about is what they want to talk about and he gave me his point of view and I fully understood that Britain's prime minister was being treated for the corona virus has taken a turn for the worse CBS is Vicky Barker from London what we know so far is that Boris Johnson has been moved to intensive care his aides say he is conscious is not on a ventilator but was moved into the I. C. U. in case he might need a ventilator his Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab will be deputising for Johnson as and where necessary social distancing won't stop tomorrow's presidential primary in Wisconsin Wisconsin governor Tony Evers tried to postpone the primary until June ninth but the state Supreme Court sided with legislative leaders saying the virus or no virus Evers didn't have the authority to do so on his own meanwhile a challenge to extend absentee balloting until next week failed in the U. S. Supreme Court Wisconsin election is being viewed as a national test case in a broader fight over voter access in the age of the coronavirus bill breakup CBS news Thomas mod les walks back comments characterizing a fire navy captain is stupid for going outside the chain of command to plea for help for his sailors correspondent Steven Portnoy the acting navy secretary's apology a complete about face came just hours after president trump said he'd review the decision to relieve captain Brett crozier Mr trump cast the dismissal as a dispute between crozier and the navy's top civilian Mr trump said it was a mistake for crozier to send a widely distributed email detailing the coronavirus cases on the carrier but the president seem sympathetic and vowed to get involved Dow up more than sixteen hundred points this is CBS news CBS news radio is your home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world we give you the coverage you can trust now from the Cairo radio news center my northwest dot com these are difficult times and this is a tough day for us in Washington state say to repetitive public schools Chris raked all as the governor announced this afternoon schools will remain closed for the rest of this regular school year while learning is on duty in the state the health of our people is first and foremost and there will be any extracurricular such activities or athletics either tonight the W. I. A. A. confirm the governor's order canceled all those too that includes all postseason tournaments and championships former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz tells CNN the government stimulus package is not enough to help the restaurant industry financially in do or the covert nineteen pandemic and all and only be for the government I mean entrepreneurs yeah people who have the means to get back to their community this has to be a a joint effort between many many constituencies to do everything we can to lift up the most poor.
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"Days to more than five thousand Chicago is approaching five thousand cases the next hot spots include Miami and Philadelphia in Louisiana covert nineteen cases have more than doubled since last Wednesday president trump says he took a call from a Democrat who hopes to replace him Joe Biden we had a really wonderful warm conversation was a very nice conversation we talked about pretty much this this is what we talk about this is what everyone's talking about this what they want to talk about and he gave me his point of view and I fully understood that Britain's prime minister was being treated for the corona virus has taken a turn for the worse CBS is Vicky Barker from London what we know so far is that Boris Johnson has been moved to intensive care his aides say he is conscious is not on a ventilator but was moved into the I. C. U. in case he might need a ventilator his Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab will be deputising for Johnson as and where necessary social distancing won't stop tomorrow's presidential primary in Wisconsin Wisconsin governor Tony Evers tried to postpone the primary until June ninth but the state Supreme Court sided with legislative leaders saying the virus or no virus Evers didn't have the authority to do so on his own meanwhile a challenge to extend absentee balloting until next week failed in the U. S. Supreme Court Wisconsin election is being viewed as a national test case in a broader fight over voter access in the age of the coronavirus bill Raycom CBS news Thomas mod les walks back comments characterizing a fired navy captain is stupid for going outside the chain of command to plea for help for his sailors correspondent Steven Portnoy the acting navy secretary's apology a complete about face came just hours after president trump said he'd review the decision to relieve captain Brett crozier Mr trump cast the dismissal as a dispute between crozier and the navy's top civilian Mr trump said it was a mistake for crozier to send a widely distributed email detailing the coronavirus cases on the carrier but the president seemed sympathetic and vowed to get involved Dow up.