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"ted olson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:27 min | Last month

"ted olson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Told the commanders there that he knows that this is a battle that the federal government has to to work on battling all of these wildfires, not a Democrat thing, It's not a Republican thing. It's a weather thing. It's a reality. It's serious and we can do this. We can do this process building back. We can create jobs while he was in Boise. He promised to do whatever possible to help the firefighters who were on the ground, including paying several firefighters more. He doesn't have control over Cal fire and local firefighters. But federal firefighters, he says they need to get more money directed my administration to provide for Pay bonuses and incentives to ensure every federal firefighter because that's the only authority I have. Makes at least $15 an hour. I mean, I should make a hell of a heck of a lot more and Kenny. He toured the center, he held an axe. He looked at a dia rama to about wildfires, He said. Thank you to firefighters saying that That God made firefighters and any thank them for everything that they do. Okay. Well, Alex, we know that the president's visit is twofold. We've got a recall election tomorrow. So tell us what he's doing tonight. Yeah, that's the other part of what's going on. And then why he's in California. So tonight, heading down to Long Beach, he will leave Sacramento around seven o'clock tonight. He'll be appearing at the community College in Long Beach with Governor Newsom, really the and so we'll have the president's remarks before he leaves And then, of course, covering that story later tonight, Right now, it's 4 28 kpk will head over to our traffic center. Now for KPK State has you by Wadhwani PSA insurance Downtown of the split is 13 minutes, he's found Cap City so fairly slow ride here. On this Monday afternoon. You get some slowing getting out of midtown and as you approach Want Avenue split to Roosevelt 11 minutes here and started to clean up. So that should change down Ted L Grove also 11 minutes. Nothing delaying you there. 15 minutes on 99, which is sluggish from it Looks like Centerville. To about Sheldon. Maybe even one part. Maybe even Calvin. Consume this, but anyway, yes, slowing down. Ted Olson. 24 minutes eastbound 50 16 minutes to Woodland north on I five and downtown to Davis west about 80 going to be a 10 minute trip and get some heavy traffic coming toward town, possibly because of an accident at fifth. On eastbound 50. But anyway, it's backed up to the causeway..

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"ted olson" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:08 min | Last month

"ted olson" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Before was in my office was just a young associate law firm and remember. I had a legal writing. Professor adam alani who had gone into teaching law after being in a law firm in oklahoma city after the oklahoma city bombing. That's an event that really didn't have profound national psychological consequences. But he said he had people from his office who were in that building when it blew up and had a guy come in from out of town and just demanded that they still do. A deposition was little offices and shocking. That was the day. He decided he wouldn't be lawyer. That was in my office that he watching what was happening. My boss's daughter was in the building and we had a lawyer come in demanded. We had to do this deposition that day had to be done and i just thought i don't. I don't want to work with people like this and that. That was actually the day. That i knew i could not make a living as a lawyer. I had to work with and deal with people like that. it just it it. It struck me. The same thing happened to my law. Professor i knew i wanted to be a law professor though there was no. I'm just gonna have to come up with something. I didn't like being a lawyer anyway. There's this thing called a client blue when we come back. Brigadier general lawrence study is going to join me. He was in the pentagon on september eleventh. Two thousand one would talk about his experience happening there. He lives just outside of atlanta now. is retired from the national guard. One of my just honors in life was to get to know former defense secretary don rumsfeld Got hang out with him multiple times at connected a friend of mine to his office as after he left the pentagon and she helped him write his memoir which is a fantastic read. And then i got to spend time with him a number of times. He died very recently. He told me stories about being in the pentagon on september eleventh. What it was like My next guest was also in the pentagon that day Retired brigadier general lawrence dugny Who lives outside of atlanta in canton General thank you very much for being with me. Thank you so much for having me on today. So i remember secretary rumsfeld One of the things that you know when you talk to people who are new york on nine eleven one of the things they say is that it was. It was beautiful weather clear sky. It was cool. The summer was finally over and secretary rumsfeld said would he remember he was in the pentagon and what he remembered was just the the smell the smell of the plane it stuck with him for the rest of his life on impact in what was going on that day he just e silva he can never get that smell of just the the jet fuel smell out of out of his nostrils it seemed like just haunted him and i were there that day and i know you know i. I lost a friend on that plane. Barbara olson I was in law school. She was ted olson's wife the solicitor general. She was on the plane that flew into the pentagon that day. and i. if you wouldn't mind just just let's talk about what it.

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"ted olson" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:24 min | Last month

"ted olson" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Those seem like they're two very different. The different songs very different songs one about being. I'm guessing being able to cry when you lose a love and the other one is about being all muscle and bone and punch death. It's it is. It's a real weird choice to have as an aside side. Like i feel like besides should've just been a baby to cry instrumental. It's a really good song it's jazzy kind of it's a bluesy country song with a little sadness to it but not like sixteen tons right right. It's it's much more it's similar to. I would say like what was on the radio at the time. Which i guess is why they thought it would be a huge hit like it's a great performance. It's a really good song and it's it seems very radio friendly like let's be honest. Sixteen tonnes is radio friendly right. There's not a whole lot of music to it and it's very says says he'll well. Yeah and you know what says the executives at capital so radio deejays began playing the b. side within eleven days the sixteen ton single sold four hundred thousand copies in twenty four days. It sold one million copies and in less than two months. Two million copies sold and this feels like every decade. Somebody figures this outright which is just write a song about how worked socks people eat it up like take this job and shove it nine to five. Yeah like i'm sure there's other examples and it's like just you really write that song you release and people are going to go nuts for like it like i said every decade i feel like there's one of those figures that out everybody's working for the weekend that's how i was thinking i'm trying to think of a really recent one but i can't i. I'm sure there i'm sure there's one there there. I guess the only one that's really the opposite of of that is fancy by the end. She's doing great. She's for the work you got like mansions everywhere that's true. So at the time of its release sixteen tonnes became the fastest selling single in capitals history. The recording was number one on the country charts for ten weeks and number one on the pop charts for eight weeks in nineteen ninety eight. Ernie ford's recording sixteen tons was inducted into the grammy hall of fame which honors recordings of lasting qualitative or historical significance. That are at least twenty five years old in twenty fourteen. It was added to the national recording registry again which preserves audio recordings for their aesthetic historic or cultural significance So technically sixteen tonnes is on the national recording registry twice. Now yeah it's a pretty cool. Yeah so what is it about this recording like like we were saying like it's not like anything that was on the radio at the time right. It's not like anything's on the radio. Ever it's not. It's not us on that. You would think like yes. This is. This is going to be a hit. Yeah so. According to another national recording registry author ted olson quotes ernie ford who said of the recording. We used a flute a bass clarinet trumpet clarinet drums guitar vibes in a piano. They gave it a real wonderful sound. It had a good solid beat to begin with. In addition i snap my fingers author it. Sometimes i set my own tempo during rehearsal by doing that. The orchestra leader asked me what temple you want. Earning i'd say about like this. And i begin to snap my third finger and thumb together gets really into the details snapped. I mean buddy. Most people snap yeah after. I was through rehearsing that song. Lee gillette who is in charge of the recording session for capitol records screen through the telephone from the control room. Tell ernie to leave the finger snapping in when you do the final waxing. It's certainly added to that song. It gave it an effect. I hadn't heard before which is true. I mean it's true. He is putting a lot on that finger snapping that is one of the most interesting elements of the song. It's when you think of that song. Outside of his amazing vocals you think of the clarinet. And you think of that kind of echoey yes snap. Back gra yes. I agree but he really leaned into that. Snapping wasn't playing the clarinet rachel. He's like we have these other instruments blah blah blah but. Did you hear my snapping. I think it's the snapping one. It's it's such a huge element of that song and it also like you can almost hear the echo in the recording studio like ran here the space that it's in and there's something very sort of surreal but also realistic about it. It's it's very. There's a a weird sounds like a wing sounds like you're in a coal mine. Yes and it's echoing their ends. I i want to say that. I think the production is brilliant. And i'm sure that led to a big part of the reason why the song was popular. I do also want to say that as people driving in their car the hearing song ago. Yeah my job. Sucks to this guy's yet but what's interesting is that the song had existed for almost ten years before this and it hasn't really done anything right you know so. I think a lot of it was was the arrangement and a lot of it was tennessee. Ernie ford's definitely interpretation like it's just one of those things where arrangement and song and production and singer kind of like all meet and and it's perfect like this is what worked. Yeah yeah and that's all. I have to say about that so on october fourth nineteen fifty-six the ford show starring tennessee ernie ford variety show sponsored by the ford motor company. Premiered on nbc. So real cool that. They got forward to sponsor it because they could just call it. The ford shown that meant everything that you know four four ford ford and i didn't even adopted afford not like those fake warner's over there. It was the number one half hour. Primetime variety show for five years. It ran until june twenty nine thousand nine hundred sixty one and he ended each show by singing. A hymn would sort of became his trademark and he is credited for popularizing Spiritual music and bring it into the mainstream. He continued recording and working on television including daytime. A variety talk show from nineteen sixty to nineteen sixty five. He recorded more than fifty albums in the country. Pop and gospel genres mike. God that's a lot of albums he did it in one day..

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"ted olson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:42 min | 9 months ago

"ted olson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Became morning news news 93.1 KFBK Now trending House Impeachment managers have wrapped up their case for conviction and the former President Trump's impeachment trial this morning. Attorneys for the former president will take over. About 9 a.m. our time The defense can take two days, but his indicated they will wrap up Trump's defense and one day the Senate is expected to vote on impeachment this weekend. The amount of vaccine available in California varies greatly, depending on where you go. For instance, Los Angeles they shut down their mass vaccination set a Dodger Stadium because they just ran out of vaccine. So to get the very latest on what's going on here in Northern California Cave begins. Aubrey Aquino joins us Now this morning with an update on information that you talk to some folks that Kaiser permanent. They are very good morning. So what is the outlook for people living in the capital region who want to get some vaccine? The reports We've heard about limited supply. It does ring true here in Northern California, Kaiser Permanente tells me their supply isn't only limited, but it's also unpredictable. To date they've administered more than 305001st and second doses of vaccine to eligible individuals here in the state. However, overall, they say it's a small supply compared to their membership. They add that so far they've only received enough to vaccinate 4.5% of their California members. And a big issue for them is confidently scheduling appointments far in advance because they're only notified how much vaccine they'll receive on a weekly basis and the quantities vary so Aubrey does Kaiser expect operation to pick up the pace any time soon. In the written statement. They provided me Kaiser Permanente states. They're administering the vaccine received as fast as possible in accordance with state guidelines. They say they started with health care workers and staff in long term care facilities, and then they're continuing to do that. On Dennis supplies allow. They're also focusing on vaccinating those 75 older, another step there, taking his opening another vaccine site at Sierra College in Rockland. Today, however, it's another situation with limited appointments because of the limited supply. And so those available appointments are by invitation only, and they're not allowing any walk ups. Okay, I know you spoke of specifically with the Kaiser permanent take and you break us down just specifically some of the numbers that they're dealing with just within that organization. So they see in Northern California. They have more than 270,000 members older than 75. But yet they say they're only receiving an average of 25,000 doses per week, which is also being used for health care workers So that allocation doesn't match the percentage of the eligible people that they conserve. So, Kaiser says they look forward to getting more vaccine in the weeks to come that they're going to be prepared to deliver as much as they can as soon as they get it. Okay. Thank you very much. Appreciate that. The you know, the latest that we are aware of is that the max fast mass vaccination cited Cal Expo is still up and running. But you know the right now the promises are outstripping their ability to deliver on Ah lot of different fronts. They're opening up a lot of these sites, but it's very limited. They have erratic and you know, local health officials are saying that the vaccine data system also undercounting Over 19 vaccinations being administered. So it's tough on the other side to get an idea of how many are being administered, because the data apparently not just in one or two counties, but statewide is not great. So the president has come out and said Bye Bye, Mae. We're going to be having a ball will be a lot more vaccine available, and I believe it was Dr Fauci, who came on and said yesterday that by April Just about anybody who wants to get a shot should be able to get one by April. Well, we've got the new Johnson and Johnson vaccine and the FDA is having that emergency meeting. I believe in the 28th of February. So if they can get that approved, then we'll have a third in the mix, too. By early March, 5 50 is a time moons were no check on traffic right now, with Brian Nobles on a Friday morning. Good morning, Brian. Good morning. This report is ready by the center of the Sierra Health Foundation. Thing's a good getting around Sacramento. No problems here and no problems for super commuters headed westbound on. I 80 onto the Bay area. You looked good out of West sack all the way across the causeway from David Dixon back to Bill Fairfield. All the way to 6 86 80 incident Freak wants somebody should bridge no delays all the way into concrete, Pleasant hill in Walnut Creek he was saying on. I 80 headed into San Francisco. You look good all the way across Martinez Bridge onto the Bay Bridge and on the Bay Bridge all the way into the City Covert 19 vaccines are here. We're safe, effective one available with no cost. They're being distributed to affair and phased approach. When it's your turn, get vaccinated and keep wearing masks because together we can end the pandemic Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1.

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"ted olson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"ted olson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Offer a combo meal. But Oppa Papa Michael Brown joins me here in the former FEMA director Michael Brown round, you know, round out the situation with Michael Brown Plenty on K away news radio. I have money, Everybody welcome to almost a week away from the presidential election that is still going on. Whether you want to believe it or not, it is still going on. Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader, came out today and made it made it abundantly clear. That the president United States Donald Trump, who is still president until at least January 20th at noon. Because every constitutional legal right to pursue whatever remedies that he wants to pursue to look for voter fraud irregularities or just out now cheating. I find it amazing. I know memories or short. I know that the year 2000 was a long time ago when I was back in the dark Ages, you know you have battling the dark ages. It was back in the year 2000. Well, he didn't. We didn't have a whole bunch of cable news talking heads that decided that if there was something on the fact that I don't I don't think in truth, I have to go back and check. Maybe he was just nascent. No. Yeah, maybe just two years old. I think Fox News may have been just two years old in 2000. Their their their motto was We report you decide. Today. Ryan and I in the afternoon program are getting to run Kaylie Mack and they need to press secretary for President Trump is coming into the Brady briefing room in the West Wing of the of the White House. And she's gonna hold a press conference and she's going to outline At least according to the details that we were getting prior to the to the conference. Actually, starting she was going to outline the president's different strategies, legal strategies that he was pursuing. In Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, Arizona and Georgia. And I think North Carolina to look for voter fraud. So look for cheating. And Kaylie Mack Unity. Started. We decided to roll on it. It's started. It's started during a break. So Ryan started rolling on it and recording it and we come back from the break. He starts to play it. 56 56 seconds him. My good friend. I mean, I I considering the good, close personal friend Neil Neil. Suddenly pops up in a box next to kill you, McEnaney. And says, Well, she's making and I'm paraphrasing here, but she's making some outlandish claims for which she has no evidence whatsoever. So we feel the incumbent that we not bring this to you. So I guess we've gone from re report to you Decide, too will decide what you get to think. I'm sending Neil and email tonight. I find that absolutely Unconscionable. I don't care if Kayleigh Mcenany walks out to the Brady to the podium of the Brady briefing room and starts talking about you know, the Sun's gonna rise in the West tomorrow. And we just found I don't know. We found I'll pick whatever stupid thing you could imagine. My brain's pretty numb right now. I'm just No, We're not going to cover that. Fox News has now descended into the same category is innocent. You see CNN, ABC, NBC, CBS all the rest of them. I think what we're when you think about going back to the year 2000. I remember it well. In here, 2000. On election night. Florida was cold. Parental door. Enflames call for George Bush. Al Gore came out. Made a confession speech, and then the night went on for a little bit, And then Al Gore came back and rescinded his concession speech. He said, No, I think there's some irregularities here. I want to. I want to pursue a recount. I want to see what I can do. And we were all like, Oh, my God, What's going on The end of civilization right now. That's not what we did. We went, Oh, that's kind of interesting. This is going to be fun. Let's what's the mayhem in Florida. So pretty much boiled down to Broward County in a couple of others. And in this in the ensuing days, a couple of times Bush would come out and make a couple of comments. But primarily it was James Baker, who was heading the recount effort in Florida. It was Ted Olson, who went on to become solicitor general who was whose wife Barbara Olson, was a good friend of mine was killed in the plane going Pentagon on 9 11. Ted Olson was arguing the case is before the Florida Supreme Court in the U. S Supreme Court and then every once a while. David boss, David Boies, who is the Attorney for Al Gore. He would come out and he would talk about stuff and nobody thought a thing about it here. Two sides battling out in the in the in courts a competent jurisdiction. By their side, you'll win or not with why recount should continue or not continue. How come Donald Trump? I mean, this is a serious questions, not a rhetorical question. Oh, I think I know the answer. But I still want you to think about the question. Why is Donald Trump not afforded that same kind of leeway? Hey, you know what? Um the networks? Yes, the networks have decided. That you haven't won.

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"ted olson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"ted olson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Indentations on the ballots. There was a reason why that was done was because they weren't producing enough additional votes so If there's pressure on to change the standards were the arguments that he made this time around, essentially the same that he made in the Palm Beach County case. Yes, those clips of the sort of competing views that, uh, voice was quite correct to say that the Florida Law said, the intent of the voter and if you had a punch card, it was unclear whether what the hole punched through and somebody Wrote in and with a crayon bush. You could look at that belt and say, what's clear this voter intended to vote for Governor Bush and so we should rely on the intention that it is not something new. It's been the Florida law and and it's quite reasonable. Take each pellet and say This is a legal vote if we can discern What this voter wanted to do. And that was the sort of liberal pro recount argument Ted Olson was making. The, uh turned out to be the very good winning argument, which was look there counties all across Florida, and there they don't have an agreed upon. Standard is going different. Connie Connie. It may even different, he said, in this example, where they're actually trying to change the standard in He said, suggested in hopes of finding more vote. And there seems like something unfair about that. If you're going to sort of manipulate the standard to try toe in effect, manufacture more votes, So I think both of them did a good job of laying up the argument that they wanted the court to accept to give our viewers a sense of what it was like on the bench. Let's listen to Justice Scalia questioning David Boies. What the Florida Supreme Court said, is that there shall be added to the certification..

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"ted olson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"ted olson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And as you know, it really didn't it was just sort of a preliminary first stage ruling that didn't actually Finally resolved the matter. Q and day on C SPAN Radio with longtime Los Angeles Times Supreme Court reporter David Savage. The case was named Bush versus Palm Beach County Canvassing Authority. December 1st of 2000. The Supreme Court heard oral arguments for 90 minutes. What do you remember about the atmospherics of that day, both inside and outside the court? It was in an enormous focus on once. Decade or whatever it is some case it seems like for elected case was a couple years ago. It seems like the whole country is paying attention for at least one hour. Uh, because it sure looked like the court was going to either. You know, way in and shut down this voting in which case government push that everybody thought there's a good chance. This is the Supreme Court that they are going to decide the election in this case, so there was an enormous amount of because it was. You know, it was not a very interesting or is not a great, compelling legal story because you're sort of falling all over that. But what is the phrase Aaron Vote tabulation means and who's to decide that is the state court to decide. Work in the federal judges step in and say, Wait a minute. That's not what state election law was. And you alluded to this earlier. Even though Rehnquist and Scalia we're sort of state's rights people. They were suggesting that the federal judge is the U. S. Supreme Court should step in and overrule this. Florida judges on the meaning of Florida law. That seems a lot of people like where did that come from? That seemed a little bit of aggressive, but that's that's where they were. So the lawyer arguing for Governor Bush you mentioned in Theodore Ted Olson, tell our viewers about Ted Olson's background and experience that he brought to arguing this case. Well, he's a great guy. Great lawyer he had been. He'd come to Washington with the Reagan administration from Southern California in the early 19 eighties and worked in the Reagan Justice Department for a few years, he said. It is a very, you know, I don't know anybody who doesn't like turtles. He's very outgoing, very likeable person, a person who knew all the justices. He's a very good advocate he's got. He's got a sort of clearview and sort of presses ahead. And he was also the guy who played the main role of getting these cases before the Supreme Court. I think his instinct early on was quite correct. Which was to say, Hey, we may not do too well in the Florida Supreme Court. They have this view that I had mentioned earlier of. Let's count all the votes to keep counting. He thought we may need to go to the U. S. Supreme Court justice keeps on it. And so he was the guy who kept pressing these issues into the before the U. S Supreme Court, So he was the right lawyer for the For the right case. Al Gore's legal representation before the court was done by Laurence Tribe. Who is he? Famous Harvard law professor, one of the sort of best known and er, highly regarded sort of liberal law professors of his era had written great constitutional law textbooks. I remember him early on, is an advocate in the Supreme Court, and he had some very good arguments and some nuts of good arguments. The Good thing about Larry truck was he was really so smart and so learn it on constitutional law that there's a certain amount of cases where the justice would just effect and listen to him, which they don't do too often. On the other hand, he was a fairly liberal law professor, and he was not necessarily going to have a lot of sway with the conservative justices. On. So he was, in many cases he'd run into a real clash with the Rehnquist and Scalia and conservative members of the court. The court as I hope most C span listeners and viewers know does not allow video of its proceedings. But even at the time they were audio, taping their oral arguments, and we have a clip of both Ted Olson and Laurence Tribe. It's about a minute long making their arguments before the 2000 Rehnquist court. On Bush versus Palm County canvas, Palm Beach County Canvassing authority. Let's Listen and we'll have you come back and talk about the arguments they made. Two weeks after the November 7 presidential election, the Florida Supreme Court overturned and materially rewrote portions of the carefully formulated set of laws enacted by Florida's legislature. To govern the conduct of that election and a determination controversies with respect who prevailed on November 7th. Although it is part of popular culture, talk about how unfair it is to change the rules of the game. I think that misses the point when the game is over. And when it's over in a kind of photo finish that leads people insure one. And then the question is how do you develop great Greater certainty, and rather, common technique is recount sometimes in manual recount, sometimes taking more time. So that's AH bit of the 90 minute argument for the court. What was essential part of the argument on both sides, you see it. It also was basically making the argument that the Florida Supreme Court has botched Florida law that has that rather than sticking with the law as it was on Election Day. They change GED now was their view was were were interpreting Florida law? We don't we're not throwing it out. But Ted Olson was making the argument that the Florida law basically called for certifying the results within a week or so, a Zeiss say, Unless there's some sort of computer glitch that messed up the car, you basically certified the results, and he thought they should certify the results and save Governor Bush won. But instead, the Florida Supreme Court allowed Instead discounting, too. So that's how he was making the argument that the Florida Supreme Court got Florida law wrong. And you the Supreme Court, U. S. Supreme Court should step in and change it. And Larry Tribe, of course, has to make the argument is look, It's a very close election and flirted judges correctly want to make sure that all the votes all the legal votes were counted and that we should Can't make sure we can all the votes before we decide who won. Three days later, the court returned a per curiam opinion. What does that mean? That basically just means It's an opinion of the court that wasn't signed and I think what you may know some of the details of the missing but I think what happened was in a day or so after that. The result was certified in Florida and Governor Bush won and so in a sense, the Supreme Court didn't need to resolve. The issue that they thought they were going to have to resolve. And so they're basically wrote an opinion for the court that that said Rehnquist view of this, which was The Constitution from the beginning said that the electors shall be created shall be chosen based on by the manner set by the legislatures of the states. This was the view and 17 87. If you're gonna allow legislatures to pick the electors, breakfast, few what's that the Florida Legislature and set the law and that the Florida Supreme Court had they have really had no basis for changing that law normally Courts determined their own state law, but reckless kept saying federal elections are different..

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"ted olson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"ted olson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hi a number of different groups and a number of different venues challenged the legality of how the administration ended daca in the first place and you are going to be one of is it three people for four people sitting at the plaintiff's table in front of the justices who else is going to be at the table right there was a lot of discussions about who will be present this case and representing the individual daca recipients is going to be myself and Ted Olson who was formerly the Solicitor General under George W. bush and and and so Ted Olson's not someone just on on on its face who would be aligned with this because I'm in a sort of legendary conservative Supreme Court litigator you know Ted is a I'm a very skilled so Precourt litigator and knows the you know the pace of the arguments and how to there's a special art and a science to to argue the Supreme Court so you know we were very lucky to have someone like that around hello hi Mister Olson yes how are you this is Jonathan Blitzer from The New Yorker thanks for making the time we're happy to do it could you talk a bit about what you see is the central issue of this case it all boils down to whether or not the termination of daca was legal whether whether that and and what the reasons for doing so are and what the consequences are when the government of the United States announces a policy that has an immediate impact on various substantial numbers of persons the impact on those individuals requires the government to announce reasons for its decision to explain what it is considered in making that decision explaining why that decision is lawful so that there will be accountability for those decisions and this administration announcing the recision of this program gave no reasons for the decision and no explanation for.

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"ted olson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"ted olson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The hearings now just hours away I'm Jack Callahan fox news three house committees investigating president trump for potentially impeachable offenses begin public hearings just a few hours from now house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff will lead the impeachment inquiry hearing in a memo to colleagues he's warned Republicans that the inquiry will not further sham investigations into the Biden's were to bunk conspiracies about twenty sixteen election interference as fox's jerit help room but house minority whip Louisiana congressman Steve Scalise says the hearings are a sham all Democrats are talking about is impeaching the president over some whistle blower that they're hiding from the public they still don't want this was a water come forward who heard something third hand from somebody else about some that didn't even happen ultimately again this was all about with held money that alternately it wasn't what it's William Taylor in George can't will testify today former Ukrainian ambassador Maria you a lot of which will appear Friday more hearing scheduled for next week as well including three witnesses who'd been requested by the Republican testers for and against ending Dhaka outside the Supreme Court on Tuesday while inside the justices heard the legal arguments from the administration that the president is well within his rights to end the program that they believe is illegal yes this cabin I'll put the question directly to the plaintiff's lead attorney quote do you agree that the executive has the legal authority to rescind doc up Ted Olson longtime litigator at the Supreme Court said simply yes which sparks the question what did the administration get wrong in the two memos issued outlining the end of Dhaka critics say they didn't articulate legitimate reasonable grounds for taking the executive action boxes handed Brehm reports a ruling from the High Court is expected in June Asian stocks closing Wednesday lower Dow futures are trading above nearly sixty points lower.

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"ted olson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"ted olson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Jack Callahan fox news three house committees investigating president trump or potentially impeachable offenses in public hearings on Wednesday morning house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff will lead the impeachment inquiry hearing in a memo to colleagues he formed Republicans that the inquiry will not further sham investigations into the Biden's were to bunk conspiracies about twenty sixteen election interference locks Jared help around the house minority whip Republican Louisiana congressman Steve Scalise says the hearings are a sham all Democrats are talking about is impeaching the president over some whistle blower that they're hiding from the public they still don't want this was a water come forward who heard something third hand from somebody else about some that didn't even happen ultimately again this was all about with held money that alternately was what diplomats William Taylor George can't will testify Wednesday former Ukrainian ambassador Maria you've all of which will appear on Friday more hearings have been scheduled for next week as well posters for and against ending Dhaka outside the Supreme Court on Tuesday while inside the justices heard the legal arguments the trump administration has called docket illegal and unconstitutional and argue the president was well within his rights to call for an end to it does this cabin I'll put the question directly to the plaintiff's lead attorney quote do you agree that the executive has the legal authority to rescind doc up Ted Olson longtime litigator at the Supreme Court said simply yes which sparks the question what did the administration get wrong in the two memos issued outlining the end of doc up critics say they didn't articulate legitimate reasonable grounds for taking the executive action boxes Shannon bream reports a ruling from the High Court on doc is expected in June Tuesday on Wall Street the Dow unchanged the nasdaq added twenty one points the S. and P. five hundred closing almost five points higher aka is listening to fox news from.

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"ted olson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"ted olson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Fox news tomorrow morning marks the first time in over twenty years the house will hold public hearings on an impeachment inquiry into a sitting president with witnesses already testified in private set to appear Republicans have their defense ready insisting that the July twenty fifth phone call showed no conditionality your evidence of pressure on Ukrainian president is a landscape that Ukraine was not aware military aid was put on hold at the time of the call and the president trump both met with Zelinsky and gave aid to Ukraine without Zelinsky opening an investigation into jail and hunter Biden the eighteen page memo concludes the evidence gathered does not establish an impeachable offense oxes John Roberts at the White House the house has scheduled more hearings for next Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday the Supreme Court heard oral arguments today on the trump administration's decision to roll back the doc a program and a bombing here a mandate that protected at seven hundred thousand young immigrants brought to the U. S. illegally as children from deportation Ted Olson the former Solicitor General who was representing the plaintiffs and at one point justice right Cavanaugh asked him point blank does the executive have authority roll back a program like this and he said yes so then the question becomes alright what about the trump administration's efforts to roll it back to you they were not adequate and they see basically the department homeland security has not made legal reasonable arguments on the dock actually is unlawful and they they also argue that maybe they haven't thought through the ramifications of when you're talking about hundreds of thousands of people who are in schools who work for employers here in the U. S. saying you know it's gonna have a pretty significant impact in it's worth considering that as well box is Shannon rae maps ream court the ruling is expected in June the state department has issued a travel advisory for Bolivia due to ongoing.

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"ted olson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"ted olson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Going public California fire threat improving I'm Evan Haining the inquiry into whether president trump should be impeached will go into higher gear this Wednesday with the first televised hearing on ABC's this week Republican congressman mac Thornberry offered his opinion of the president's conversation with Ukraine's leader which is at the center of the impeachment pro I believe that it is inappropriate for a president to ask a foreign leader to investigate a political rival that leads to a question if there's a political rival with a family member who's involved in questionable activity what do you do just let alone but set that aside I believe it was inappropriate I do not believe it was impeachable firefighters in California are breathing easier but not resting after several major blazes in the state have been contained here's correspondent Jim route all the major fires the massive Kincaid fire in northern California burning since October twenty third the easy and Getty fires in LA all contained but the National Weather Service predicts continue dry conditions and winds light winds but winds just the same and warm temperatures this means the fire danger still exists through at least December on Tuesday the Supreme Court will hear arguments about trump's attempt to end the deferred action for childhood arrivals daca program correspondent area and the vogue has a preview the dreamers hired a conservative lawyer Ted Olson and he's basically going to look at Chief Justice John Roberts and other conservatives on the court and he's going to say look this isn't about whether or not the entire program is illegal or unconstitutional what this case is about he'll say is how the trump administration moved to terminated they didn't do it the right way reports of widespread celebration in Bolivia tonight following.

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"ted olson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"ted olson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Seventy seven ABC news station house hearings going public California fire threat improving I'm Evan handing the inquiry into whether president trump should be impeached will go into higher gear this Wednesday with the first televised hearing on ABC's this week Republican congressman mac Thornberry offered his opinion of the president's conversation with Ukraine's leader which is at the center of the impeachment pro I believe that it is inappropriate for a president to ask a foreign leader to investigate a political rival that leads to a question if there's a political rival with a family member who's involved in questionable activity what do you do just let alone but set that aside I believe it was inappropriate I do not believe it was impeachable firefighters in California are breathing easier but not resting after several major blazes in the state have been contained here's correspondent Jim route all the major fires the massive Kincaid fire in northern California Bernie since October twenty third the easy and Getty fires in LA all contained but the National Weather Service predicts continue dry conditions and wins light winds but winds just the same and warm temperatures this means the fire danger still exist through at least December on Tuesday the Supreme Court will hear arguments about trump's attempt to end the deferred action for childhood arrivals daca program correspondent area and the vogue has a preview the dreamers hired a conservative lawyer Ted Olson and he's basically going to look at Chief Justice John Roberts and other conservatives on the court and he's going to say look this isn't about whether or not the entire program is illegal or unconstitutional what this case is about he'll say is how the trump administration moved to terminate it they didn't do it the right way reports of widespread celebration in Bolivia tonight following president evo Morales resignation today I'm Evan handing does your child have dreams some.

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"ted olson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"ted olson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Hearings going public California fire threat improving I'm Evan handing the inquiry into whether president trump should be impeached will go into higher gear this Wednesday with the first televised hearing on ABC's this week Republican congressman mac Thornberry offered his opinion of the president's conversation with Ukraine's leader which is at the center of the impeachment pro I believe that it is inappropriate for a president to ask a foreign leader to investigate a political rival that leads to a question if there's a political rival with a family member who's involved in questionable activity what do you do just let alone but set that aside I believe it was inappropriate I do not believe it was impeachable firefighters in California are breathing easier but not resting after several major blazes in the state have been contained here's correspondent Jim route all the major fires the massive can Kate fire in northern California burning since October twenty third the easy and Getty fires in LA all contained but the National Weather Service predicts continue dry conditions and wins light winds but winds just the same and warm temperatures this means the fire danger still exists through at least December on Tuesday the Supreme Court will hear arguments about trump's attempt to end the deferred action for childhood arrivals daca program correspondent area and the vogue has a preview the dreamers hired a conservative lawyer Ted Olson and he's basically going to look at Chief Justice John Roberts and other conservatives on the court and he's going to say look this isn't about whether or not the entire program is illegal or unconstitutional what this case is about he'll say is how the trump administration moved to terminate it they didn't do it the right way reports of widespread celebration in Bolivia tonight following president evo Morales resignation today I'm Evan Haining does.

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"ted olson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"ted olson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"For you three four K. W. hand California fire correct improving I'm Evan handing the inquiry into whether president trump should be impeached will go into higher gear this Wednesday with the first televised hearing on ABC's this week Republican congressman mac Thornberry offered his opinion of the president's conversation with Ukraine's leader which is at the center of the impeachment pro I believe that it is inappropriate for a president to ask a foreign leader to investigate a political rival that leads to a question if there's a political rival with a family member who's involved in questionable activity what do you do just let alone but set that aside I believe it was inappropriate I do not believe it was impeachable firefighters in California are breathing easier but not resting after several major blazes in the state have been contained here's correspondent Jim route all the major fires the massive Kincaid fire in northern California Bernie since October twenty third the easy and Getty fires in LA all contained but the National Weather Service predicts continue dry conditions and winds light winds but winds just the same and warm temperatures this means the fire danger still exist through at least December on Tuesday the Supreme Court will hear arguments about trump's attempt to end the deferred action for childhood arrivals daca program correspondent area and the vogue has a preview the dreamers hired a conservative lawyer Ted Olson and he's basically going to look at Chief Justice John Roberts and other conservatives on the court and he's going to say look this isn't about whether or not the entire program is illegal or unconstitutional what this case is about he'll say is how the trump administration moved to terminate it they didn't do it the right way reports of widespread celebration in Bolivia tonight following president evo Morales resignation today find them entertaining does your child have dreams.

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"ted olson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"ted olson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Two KLIF dot com California fire threat improving I'm Evan painting the inquiry into whether president trump should be impeached will go into higher gear this Wednesday with the first televised hearing on ABC's this week Republican congressman mac Thornberry offered his opinion of the president's conversation with Ukraine's leader which is at the center of the impeachment pro I believe that it is inappropriate for a president to ask a foreign leader to investigate a political rival that leads to a question if there's a political rival with a family member who's involved in questionable activity what do you do just let alone but set that aside I believe it was inappropriate I do not believe it was impeachable firefighters in California are breathing easier but not resting after several major blazes in the state have been contained here's correspondent Jim route all the major fires the massive can Kate fire in northern California burning since October twenty third the easy and Getty fires in LA all contained but the National Weather Service predicts continue dry conditions and wins light winds but when it's just the same and warm temperatures this means the fire danger still exists through at least December on Tuesday the Supreme Court will hear arguments about trump's attempt to end the deferred action for childhood arrivals daca program correspondent Arian devote has a preview the dreamers hired a conservative lawyer Ted Olson and he's basically going to look at Chief Justice John Roberts and other conservatives on the court and he's going to say look this isn't about whether or not the entire program is illegal or unconstitutional what this case is about he'll say is how the trump administration moved to terminate it they didn't do it the right way reports of widespread celebration in Bolivia tonight following.

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"ted olson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"ted olson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Oh, all three of you at two and fourteen and nineteen will be able to get the Sheri's berries gift certificate for fifty dollars and qualify for that drawing that will do in the next hour for those diamond earrings. So don't go away. All right, there you go. Do you wearing were. I don't have four holes posted. Yeah. My son got an earring. And I was like why is your guy? It's team is where airing I understand. But they shouldn't. Yeah. I think is look good nearing Myers. Got hugh. Nobody wants to look at you. Dumbo years, man. He put you'd have to really long ears. Don't stop growing. Right. Like when you're like really older, yours are going to be like as long as their head when I'm really older, I won't care. So right. He shouldn't care. Anyway. So what is it with Republicans and gay people? I don't know. I don't know why they care so much. I don't get it. I don't get it at all Tennessee Republicans, of course, are looking to defend marriage again like marriage is out there going help help me as I sit and watch the bachelor like ninety day fiance. Let's defend marriage. Sure. Go ahead. He wanted to anyway. So this Bill looks to defend marriage, and they wanted to find it and it as between one man and one woman, regardless of any court decision to the contrary, of course, has the people and Republicans including maybe even higher than half have had more than one, man. One woman. Right. I mean like most Americans they get divorced. So the bottom line is nearly four years after the supreme court made same sex marriage legal throughout the US, these Republicans in Tennessee. Of course, it is Tennessee or they're still waiting for their thumbs to emerge. Right. You know, if you're from Tennessee, I don't want to hear your crap because you're not there. Now, you're here because you realize Tennessee is a nightmare place to live there. They turn the clock back. It's called the Tennessee natural marriage defense act, except they actually natural for fair. Which was the first proposed in two thousand sixteen seeks to defend natural marriage between one man and one woman, regardless of any court decision to the contrary. The Bill was introduced. Last Friday, and it would deem the court's decision, which is the supreme court's decision. Overfell versus Hodges on authoritive void and of no effect. Now, I will give Republicans a break on this because it was a Republican who defended the t the gay couple, and it was oh God what was his name? I ted. And I only know it because he was his wife. He was on the phone with his wife on nine eleven was on the plane hit the Pentagon. Oh, jeez. Yeah. So what I can't remember his name. Look up attorney defended spring court decision against case and yoga because I'm getting I'm losing my mind, anyway, so these two Republicans name, Mark, Cody, and Jerry Sexton hand, both Republicans introduced a Bill which will prohibit government officials from facilitating same sex marriage and states that these officials cannot be arrested for disobeying court orders at recognize such unions. I don't get. Why? Why would you do this? You got to see these guys to also by the way. Thank you, Ted Olson and was Ted I named Theodor synthetic you're right. And I heard him talk about that conversation with his wife. Theodore Olson, David boies in oil was Ted Olsen Olsen was a guy. His wife. I believe her name was Barbara was on the plane that hit the Pentagon anywhere on the phone together. But I was always impressed that a that he continued his career and that he fought for the rights of gay people should be consistent with conservatives. Conservatives always say less government, less intervention. How could you be any more government and more intervention than telling people who they can love who can they they also want to you know, control people's bodies also. But you know, that's the hypocrisy of the world hypocritical things. But why do you guys think maybe you're Republican? You can tell me why do you have such a boner for gay people? And honestly to be fair, you really shouldn't bring up religion because we believe in the separation of church and state so anybody that wants to call up and bring God into the conversation. Really? Shouldn't how old was Jesus when he died thirty-three. Right. Something like thirty. He had plenty of time to talk about gay people if he wanted to right. I mean, that's a long time. I think at any point at eighteen or twenty or. Or twenty nine or thirty one or even on the cross could've said, you know, I blame this on gay people. Right. Judas was gay can say whatever he wants. He never said anything, you know. I mean, I'm pretty sure the ten commandments are really, right. Yeah. Do they say anything about gay people? Now what's wrong with you mentioned, the mother and the father this? I can hear people say, but honor your mother and your father. Yeah. Okay. So you honor your mother and father. So you can have your father, and you can have a mother or maybe you don't have both. If you don't have both. You're not you don't go to hell because you didn't honor both because one's dead or something, right? The truth of the matter is just stop with the whole I the debate over marriage. Should you should not bring religion into? It is my point. Maybe Moses was and he's erased the eleventh commandment, which said don't be gay dropped it. Remember? Gimme a shower. Why do you think Republicans? Do you think that that that these people are closeted gays because that's what some psychologists believe? We'll talk about that all the question is why do that why doubts protests so much next on Keijo Franklin.

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