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"thomas alito" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:21 min | 2 months ago

"thomas alito" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Docket ruling. That federal court should not change the rules for elections as the elections approach. Well, in the Alabama case, the elections were 9 months away. And even the primaries, which could have been moved if they had to be. Were four months away. And so, you know, yeah, justice Kavanaugh, I think I remember I joined by justice Alito. Writes this short concurrence trying to justify at least why the two of them voted for a stay, but if anything, their concurrent opinion raises more questions than it answers because if Purcell applies that part in advance of an election, then how can you ever have an injunction in advance of an election that's going to be effective? And I think that part of the problem here is that when you have either no explanation as in the Louisiana case or explanations that just don't hold up to scrutiny as in the Kavanaugh concurrent in the Alabama case, June, for those who want to see partisanship and rank politics, there's nothing to disabuse them of that conclusion. There's no analysis to point another direction. There's no one can say, well, that's just because you disagree with how the court is explaining itself. Well, if the court's not explaining itself, what is there to disagree with? Speaking of partisanship, the courts, liberal justices, Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan dissented the most in emergency orders that were granted, but conservative justices, clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, and Neil Gorsuch did so the most when the court refused to act on appeal. So what does that tell you? Yeah, and I think one of the many interesting things about the shadow docks is that there's been some respects more interest in data about the justices voting patterns than there is on the merits docket. So there was this remarkable moment last October. There was a case out of many called Doe's versus mills. It was a challenge by the main healthcare workers to the state's mandate that healthcare workers in the state be vaccinated and there was like a one paragraph concurrent opinion by justice Barrett joined by justice Kavanaugh that basically said just because we're sympathetic to your claims on the merit doesn't mean we're automatically going to vote to grant emergency relief. We're going to exercise some modicum of discretion in deciding when emergency relief isn't oriented. Basically, Barrett and Kavanaugh laying down a marker that they were going to not vote to grant emergency relief as often as they had say as recently as the previous term. And June, we've seen that play out. I mean, we've seen a number of cases since October, where the only public dissenters from a denial of relief were Thomas lido and Gorsuch. And so the assumption is that Barrett and Kavanaugh did not join them. And so some of these have been vaccine mandate cases. And so I do think that one of the things we're seeing on the shadow docket is that Thomas Alito and Gorsuch would go even farther than the other conservative justice at least Kavanaugh are willing to go. Thanks, Steve. That's professor Stephen vladic of the University of Texas law school, coming up immigration case backlog. This is Bloomberg. How are financial services firms managing in this new reality? Claire Santa niello managing director at BNY Mellon's Pershing explains. If the current times have taught us anything, it's a critical role that technology plays in client relationships. Global conditions have created a

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"thomas alito" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:25 min | 3 months ago

"thomas alito" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Basically saying we shouldn't have taken this case in the first place But do we know why they dismissed the case There's basically a pretty good indication in the concurrence where justice is Robert Thomas Alito and Gorsuch actually explain in their concurrence why they think this case needed to be sent back And that is because at the end of the day there were too many issues that were wrapped up around this case And one could see that during the oral argument the justices were all over the place So just to give you some context this was originally a case about whether the Trump public charge rule was legal or not And there were a bunch of courts that said that it was legal And there was only one court that it wasn't legal And the Supreme Court had actually left that public charge rule go into effect But then what happened was that President Biden reversed the public charge rule and there's this one court that says and Illinois that the public charge rule is illegal We agree with this one court in Illinois So we're just going to not use the Donald Trump public charge rule We're going to acquiesce in the decision of this Illinois court And so now when the state strikes the intervene in that case so that they could not know that ruling is incorrect and we should be allowed to move forward the court was sort of all over the place because they said well wait a second Now there's a new Joe Biden public charge rule and so there's issues of movements there's issues of standing and all of these other things but there are so many and none of them were the one about whether states can intervene That court does not forget it Let's just start from scribe to yours that there's a new public art school And if the state wants to sue on this new public charge rule they can go ahead and do that So then this doesn't have anything to do with whether states can intervene in a case like this Well the original reason for granting search error in this case was whether the state could intervene in challenging what President Biden had done which was to acquiesce to that one district court decision in Illinois but what the court said is so much has happened since that now this case is all over the place Now Biden actually changed the rules So what difference would it make if we allowed them to intervene because what are you left to do about if the rule has already changed And so what they all agreed to was look but just dismiss this case and move on with our lives So does this give the Biden administration or any other administration a road map for the future So it's a rare situation because it can only happen in the exact situation like this where what happens is somebody too and you just accept the decision you want to accept So yes you could actually do that always You can always accept a decision from a court that you like and then just do that instead of reversing a regulation by noting the comment The only difference is that usually in those kinds of lawsuits the states would have had an opportunity to intervene from the beginning And if they don't intervene then it's going to be their fault that back at the end Here the problem.

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"thomas alito" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:19 min | 6 months ago

"thomas alito" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Under any conditions So let's let them trade That's where the car and we got adjusted 200,000 miles In recent weeks the U.S. has provided a $1 billion in security assistance to Ukraine including anti aircraft systems and drones Tamara Keith NPR news Warsaw Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky made an unexpected appearance today at Qatar's Doha forum He spoke by video through an interpreter criticizing Russia for raising the possibility of tactical nuclear weapons being used in Ukraine They are bragging that they can destroy but nuclear weapons not only a certain country but the entire planet Also called on energy producing countries to increase their output saying Russia needs to understand that it can't use its oil and gas wealth to blackmail other countries Russian forces appear to have halted their ground offensive aimed at capturing Kyiv and favor what Moscow is calling the liberation of the contested DOM bass region in Ukraine southeast Russian backed separatists have controlled part of the region since 2014 yesterday president zelensky again appealed to Russia to negotiate an end to the war U.S. Supreme Court has reinstated most of the Biden administration's program mandating that members of the military be vaccinated for COVID-19 And piers Nina totenberg degree boards on the 6 to three vote The dissenters conservative justices Thomas Alito and Gorsuch said the military's exemptions for religious objectors were too narrow but while the administration and the challengers fight that out in the lower courts the Supreme Court said military commanders should be free to reassign unvaccinated personnel if The Pentagon wins it may also be free to discharge the unvaccinated Nina totenberg and PR news Washington And this is NPR news Taylor Hawkins the drummer of the torch bearing Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band Foo Fighters has died suddenly at the age of 50 It appears 8 missed its reports of ban which have booked a lengthy world tour for this year posted a statement about Hawkins death but offered few details Taylor Hawkins was a hard hitting.

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Is Roe v. Wade Finally Dead?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 10 months ago

Is Roe v. Wade Finally Dead?

"Well, just explain to our audience what that would mean. So let's say roe versus wade gets challenged. What kind of an opinion do you think we can expect then from this court? Roberts is probably going to side with the collectivists and the anti constitutionalists. But Thomas Alito for sure, Amy Coney Barrett asked about abortion adoption, which she just has a tendency to do. A lot, she just that's a very important issue for her. I hope she rules correctly. Kavanaugh Gorsuch was really strong. That kind of coalition of 5. What can we expect out of that if that ends up being a majority opinion? I mean, if it ends up being a majority opinion, then I think it'll be pretty straightforward. They'll find that the Mississippi law is legal, constitutional, and they'll say, and they'll do it by and they'll do it by saying roe versus wade was wrong and is no longer good law. The end consequence of that is likely to be just essentially neutrality from the Supreme Court rather than, oh, we have the a new burden standard or any of these other standards that apply to abortion laws. It goes back to it just like this is not an issue that the Supreme Court touches and so then that leads, it gives the opportunity for states to pass their own laws prohibiting abortion. And so that doesn't outlaw abortion. It doesn't even comment on abortion. It's almost a federal neutrality when it comes to that. Where roe versus wade was actually the opposite. Roe versus wade said no, everywhere in every corner, it's the same sort of almost overarching hyper aggressive judicial opinions that we saw that were precursor to the civil rights movement. Like we are going to implement a certain worldview regardless if you want it or not. Right. Right. And I think that's the way it always really should have been. I mean, that was Scalia's critique of roe. His princip critique of row from the time he got on the court. And it's one of those things where sometimes it takes a long time for you to really take hold and be and become kind of the mainstream and the dominant view jurisprudential, because before that liberals had added massive majority on the court. But now I think if you were just listening to that oral argument, there are 5 justices who don't think highly of row at all. And I think the only attempt to try and persuade them out of it is to make an argument about precedent saying that the court shouldn't return as president. But even then you have stuff like Kavanaugh pointing out all the different precedents that the Supreme Court has ever turned over the years. Give me a break. That one should have been overturned. I'm glad it

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"thomas alito" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"thomas alito" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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"thomas alito" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"thomas alito" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"App and the Odyssey AP Everybody. Charlie Kirk, your email US your thoughts. Freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. As we predicted. The Supreme Court has ruled that Joe Biden acted unconstitutionally by signing a continuation. Of the Biden administrations Eviction moratorium. Last night, the Supreme Court on rather predictable lines. John Roberts actually did the right thing ruled 6 to 3, Clarence Thomas, Clarence Thomas, John Roberts, Samuel Alito. Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh on Amy Coney Barrett 6 to 3 against Sotomayor, Kagan and Brian. Supreme Court ruled that Quote. If they federally imposed eviction moratorium is to continue. Congress must specifically authorize it. Congress was unnoticed that a further extension would almost surely require new legislation. Yet it failed to act in several weeks leading up to the moratoriums expiration. An unsigned eight page opinion. Now the three dissenters, it tells you exactly Where the American left on their regime is they said, Well, now the cases are going up so we can make our own law. That's what they said. They said. This is a This is a massive issue, and it's going to get kind of Covered up because of the more important stuff happening in Kabul. But this is a This is a preview of where they're going, They are going to be able to create their own laws. In the future. Because They justify the need. This is what they said. The three justices said Covid 19 transmission rates have spiked in recent weeks reaching levels that the CDC puts as high as last winter 150,000 new cases per day. This goes to show the power that propagandist media has over our courts. So if Joe Biden signed an executive order into law, saying that driving is illegal Because 36,000 people plus die on the road every single year with the Supreme Court allow that to happen If Joe Biden came out and said, I am now going to say no more fossil fuels because climate change is killing so many people Just make up some number. Forget what the law says. It's what the need says. And the need, according to these justices warrant the abolition of private property in the ability to evict people. Now. Thankfully, thanks to President Trump. We have seats on the U. S Supreme Court that checked this ridiculous executive order. The White House said it was disappointed in the ruling. Write. The Byte Administration is disappointed. The Supreme Court has blocked the most recent CDC eviction moratorium, while confirmed cases of the delta variant are significant across the country. Can someone tell me what kicking someone out for? Not paying their rent and the delta variant why those two things are somehow tied together. I thought the vaccines work. I thought masks our future. So then why should it matter that some bum is not paying his rent for 18 months? As a result of this ruling families will face the painful impact of evictions and communities across the country Face a greater risk of exposure to covid 19. Oh, I see so kicking someone out for not paying rent. And schlepping around and literally stealing money from somebody else's property. Is somehow arrest to the community for Covid 19. Do you see where this is headed there going to be able to do whatever they want to do to confiscate guns. If they get enough seats there will be An executive order signed one day saying gun violence is such a pandemic. I am signing an executive order to confiscate all weapons and justice will say yes, look, it's look at the numbers. You see, this is the difference between a living constitution and an activist justice like Sotomayor, an originalist like Clarence Thomas Alito and Neil Gorsuch. Who believe the law is what it says. And it's unchanging. It's called textual is, um Biden administration said the delta variant of the coronavirus had propelled a new surge of cases justifying the new extension. The trajectory has since changed unexpectedly dramatically and for the worse Seven day average of daily new cases, not deaths cases. It's a case Democrat now nearly a 10 fold increase over the rate when the court ruled in June Wait, so vaccination rates went up dramatically since June, and yet cases have gone up tenfold. Those two things related. We're not allowed to ask those questions, of course. The real question in a couple seconds remaining of this hour. We're going to talk about this in the next hour. What if Joe Biden ignores it? What's the Supreme Court going to do? As Andrew Jackson famously said in Worcester v. Georgia in 18 32. Let Marshall send his army. What if Biden defies? John Robertson says, Let Robert send his army. Joe Biden illegally signed the executive order. He even predicted the Supreme Court would rule against him. How far is he willing to push this? After the news in Kabul. I don't know if Joe Biden's willing to push a domestic fight while he has foreign chaos as well. Joe Biden and his regime have already said they don't care.

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"thomas alito" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"thomas alito" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Thursday, President Biden and the first lady will visit the site and meet with grieving families. Boxes. GURNAL Scott, Florida prosecutors say they will impanel a special grand jury, too. Investigate the cause of the collapse. Landlords will be unable to evict tenants over covid delayed rent for a few more weeks after a decision from the nation's highest court On Tuesday, the Supreme Court turned away a challenge to the Centers for Disease Control Ban on residential evictions put in place last year to help combat the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. A group of landlords asked the justices to allow a lower court ruling that blocked that eviction moratorium to go and affect nationwide. That moratorium is due to expire July 31st foxes Jared Halperin reports. Justices Thomas Alito, Gorsuch and Coney Barrett wanted the landlord's challenge to be heard. The House has voted to remove a bust of former Supreme Court chief justice Roger Tony from the Capitol building. He was the author of the Pro Slavery Dread Scott decision If the Senate goes along with the House vote, speaker, Pelosi says musts or statues of those who served in the Confederacy will be taken down as well. Homage to hate, not heritage. They must be removed. Wall Street slightly higher Tuesday, the Dow gaining nine. NASDAQ 27 Asian stocks closing Wednesday Mixed America is listening to Fox News. 99 years serving. DFL trending now now on W B and W come Mark Mayfield from the W B A P. 24 7 news desk. Dallas Police say they have charged a man with murder in old East Dallas, according to reports Tyler Rashid Ingram was arrested on Monday on an unrelated charge before officials added the murder charge. The 22 year old Ingram is accused of fatally shooting 18 year old Kobe Angel Mascaro on May. The 29th. A woman was also injured in the shooting, but additional assault charges have not yet been filed. While touring American vaccine sites. The first lady Jill Biden, is asking that more DFW residents get vaccinated for Covid. Blatant double fills us in student, said Conrad High School in Dallas. Welcome the first lady to a vaccine cited their school. Please. Everybody help me. Welcome Dr Jill Biden. Dr. Biden commended local leadership. Mayor Johnson.

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"thomas alito" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"thomas alito" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Her body was discovered by searchers. So the number of deceased is now at 12. That leaves 149 people yet to be accounted for. As the debris is searched. It is also being removed by dump trucks and held at another location for future investigation. But Mayor Levine converses. Finding people alive is still the priority. Now they have been working non stop as you know, for nearly six days. On Thursday, President Biden and the first lady will visit the site and meet with grieving families. Boxes. GURNAL Scott, Florida Prosecutors say they will impanel a special grand jury to investigate the cause of the collapse. Landlords will be unable to evict tenants over Kofi delayed rent for a few more weeks after a decision from the nation's highest court on Tuesday, the Supreme Court turned away a challenge to the Centers for Disease Control Ban on residential evictions put in place last year to help combat the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. Group of landlords asked the justices to allow a lower court ruling that blocked that eviction moratorium to go and affect nationwide. That moratorium is due to expire. July. 31st Fox is Jared Halperin reports Justice says Thomas Alito, Gorsuch and Coney Barrett wanted the landlord's challenge to be heard. The House has voted to remove a bust of former Supreme Court chief Justice Roger Tony from the Capitol building. He was the author of the Pro Slavery Dread Scott decision If the Senate goes along with the House vote, speaker, Pelosi says busts or statues of those who served in the Confederacy will be taken down as well, their homage to hate, not heritage. They must be removed. Wall Street slightly higher Tuesday, the Dow gaining nine. NASDAQ 27 Asian stocks closing Wednesday Mixed America is.

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"thomas alito" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"thomas alito" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

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

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"thomas alito" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"thomas alito" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"A supreme court has released an interesting ruling a bordon versus the united states It's about the armed career criminal. Act the court says that. A felony that involves recklessness. Doesn't santa fuss doesn't satisfy the laws use of physical force element in this does not trigger the laws violent felony mandatory minimum essentially if you have a Armed career criminal. Someone who regularly engaged in crimes with guns they can be found to be guilty of a violent felony even if it isn't have a mandatory minimum sentence but if If you are engaged recklessness which this person bordon was engaged in reckless denies. He went committing a crime. He was just being reckless But he had a gun and so he was charged. And they're like this doesn't apply but this is the interesting part. Forget the new office of the case. It is a brier soda. My orrin keagan with gorsuch and with clarence thomas alito. Kavanagh john roberts and amy Coney barrett are in the minority. It's a four two one two four case though Because what's the weird here. Is that kagan sort of. I wore brier. Gorsuch could kerr on the reasoning that it reckless does bligh. Thomas doesn't agree with their reasoning but agrees with the result and the other four. They don't agree with any of it. So as cavenaugh explains it has to sit four justices. For him the plurality justice thomas concurs the judgment he agrees with the pluralities result but not its reasoning and he concludes the phrase use of physical force alone excludes reckless offenses such as reckless assault or reckless homicide. The court reached a different conclusion and interpreting similarly-worded statute in a different case but justice thomas indicated that he will not follow the precedent in this case. The importantly unlike the plurality justice thomas does not rely on the phrase against the person of another. What the the reason i highlight. This is just people get so focused on five four majority or six three majority disapproved court more and more surprises people with the lineups the supreme court more and more surprises people with the way It's deciding cases. And i just find it. Remarkable there is one branch of government that the united states government can point to say functions..

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"thomas alito" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"thomas alito" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Live everywhere on the I heart radio app sitting in for Bill handle this morning Well when Donald Trump was running for president in 2016, he promised to put the court the Supreme Court on a path to Automatically where his words overturn the decades old row of V. Wade ruling establishing a woman's constitutional right to abortion. Well, we're five years later. The re support Supreme Court nominees later and there is a wave of abortion case is headed to the Supreme Court. It looks like the most significant is going to be Dobbs vs Jackson's Sorry Jackson Women's Health Organization that would decide the fate of Mississippi State's Gestational Age act. This thing was passed a few years ago and has actually been tied up in the courts ever since. But it would ban abortions in Mississippi after 15 weeks with a couple of exceptions, one would be a medical emergency or one case of a severe fetal abnormality. Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of UC Berkeley School of Law and Expert in Constitutional Law, criminal procedure, Federal jurisdiction joins us now. Thank you for taking our call. Dean appreciate the time. Always my pleasure. So this seems like it was 45 years in the making. I mentioned the president ran on this for five years ago, but they've been trying to get this issue before a conservative court since it was passed. Conservatives opposed Roe versus Wade, since was decided in January of 1973 is when a core part of conservative judicial ideology to overrule Roe. I think the court taking this case to signal but there's not likely a majority to do just that. You mentioned in an op ed piece that This was a a court, The four justices, at least four of them. Decided to grant review here. It looks like that they want to reconsider. Basically the holding of Roe v. Wade and the Planned Parenthood V. Casey from 1992. I believe it is, um Does that mean that if there are four justices who granted to review we'll just leave it at that number. Does that mean we know how those four justices would decide? But we never know who are the justices of votes to grant for review, nor do we know how many voted. We just know it takes at least four and what's important here is There have been numerous other laws like this challenged in the lower courts, and they're always declared unconstitutional. And the reason is that the Supreme Court is is 1973. Dates cannot prohibit abortions before viability. Liabilities that 22nd 23rd week of pregnancy to pivot abortions. 15 weeks on Does prohibit pre viability abortions. The on Lee reason for the Supreme Court to take this case is it wants to reconsider the core holding of Roe versus Wade, and I think there's five and maybe six justices to overrule it. The Supreme Court has relied on president to guide its rulings for you know, decades, but it seems lately President is not what it used to be. Well. Sometimes the court follows president and sometimes it doesn't I argued a case in the Supreme Court two years ago with a overruled a 40 year old president 5 to 4 with the Conservatives in the majority. Just yesterday, the Supreme Court overruled a precedent from 1989 about an issue of federal jurisdiction. I don't think president is going to play much roll when the conservative faced with the question of whether over over over will row versus Wade. It's just been too central to conservative judicial ideology for such a long time, feels like the Supreme Court ever since President Obama nominated Merrick Garland, he was never granted a confirmation hearing. The Supreme Court has been on a lot of people's minds. It's always in discussion during the Trump presidency. It was always a big topic and this case this case specifically out of Mississippi, along with gun rights cases and a potential for a challenge to affirmative action at Harvard. This could be this next Supreme Court. Uh, session could be one of the most impactful that we've seen in decades. I think that's right, and I think what was seeing is it will be the first term since Justice Bharat joined the full terms of buried during the bench. He came out in October. 26 2020 will be the first term where you have the five staunch conservative Thomas Alito. Gorsuch Cabin on bear it together and I think that it's gonna be the chance to see what they're going to be doing and I think we're going to realize it is a very conservative court. Something that very conservative ideology. So for the conservative listeners, this is a time to cheer. This would conservative wanted for decades for liberals for listening to very frightening times between 2010 and 2018. It looks like 33 states have passed anti abortion laws looks like more than 400 in total. Do you think this is the beginning of the court, choosing to hear more of those cases and just effectively chipping away at Roe, as opposed to a swift blow to the whole thing? If the Supreme Court upholds the Mississippi law, the quintessence saying states can prohibit abortions before viability. Once the court says that then row is gone, because then what about all the states have adopted laws that say? Abortions are prohibited once the fetal heart pick detective, which is the sixth week of pregnancy, or what about states that basically privet all abortions. So I think what's on the table for next year is whether to essentially overrule Roe versus Wade and alternative would be take some of those other laws. Chip away at Roe. This case it goes right to the heart of whether overrule Roe, But they could rule against this, which would be kind of a shock, but they could and then start the chipping away process with some of those Smaller in scope cases. They certainly could in. There are whole host of different kinds of laws. Twice in the last five years, there were Supreme Court cases involved state laws. They're quite the doctors have admitting privileges at hospitals within 30 miles to perform an abortion..

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"thomas alito" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"thomas alito" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"thomas alito" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"thomas alito" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"His new Justice Amy Cockney, Barrett, starting to show an independent streak. Barrett joined three liberal justices late Thursday in an opinion that said Alabama cannot execute a convicted murderer unless he can have his pastor by his side. This came less than a week after she wrote her first solo opinion. Taking a nuance stands on California's covert 19 restrictions on religious services. The two votes together offer early indications that the Trump appointee may be harder to pigeonholed and some had predicted during her rush Senate confirmation process in October. The religious advisor issue has been a rare winner for death row inmates in recent years, but not uniformly. I've been talking to Jordan Reuben Bloomberg law editor. Joined, so there have been several controversial cases involving death row inmates having a religious advisor with them in the chamber when they're executed. One involved a Muslim inmate another A Buddhist inmate. Tell us about them. Sure so In Alabama. This was another case from Alabama. That really said all these this off there was a death row inmate. This is back in 2019. And then Dominique graying. He was executed without his mom in the chamber, and this was after the Supreme Court. Said that he was not entitled to that. And that really caused an outrage and bipartisan outrage is that I think in some ways the court light of thought that it had some egg on its face. And then it reversed course in a sense, and so that's no one's itself to criticism from some circles. Get it on. Lee ruled against that man because he was Muslim Lee. The court had gone on for well more favorably in favor of other religions. And so regardless of that, what we've seen since that Alabama case, and the outrage that it sparked is that the court has changed course and is decided on different grounds and different cases with different justices indicating that they're voting one way or the other, but that on the whole Recording, saying We don't want these executing inmates without religious advisers with them. So now Justice. Bharat is getting some attention because of this decision because she joined with the Liberals, and it's the second time in less than a week that she has not joined with her most conservative colleagues. That's right. And so I think In some ways, it's tough to tell a lot from just a couple of data points. But one thing that it does show is that for people heading into Justice, Paris confirmation who are worried this is going to be a 63 lockstep court on every issue. What we've learned is that at least that's not the case now in These recent cases, these have been decisions that aren't necessarily going to change the course of the laws Take this Death row case that we're talking about. All that's happening here is that this man can have his pastor with him when he's executed. There's no question of whether he's still going to be executed in a recent case on Coca 19, where Barrett didn't join with all of the other Republican appointees, it was to take sort of, um or not moderate approach in terms of how a church could Reopen, but to be clear that it could reopen and allow people in. And so it's certainly no way of saying that Justice Bharat is emerging of some type of liberal, really all things that the court is not going to be a 63 model it in every case. And it's interesting that both these cases that we're talking about Involved religious rites. Sure, And so one way to look at it is that the death penalty case isn't really the best time See case it's religion case and so It's really a consistency on justice Paris part arguably if you look at her decisions that she's consistently sighting in favor of religion, whereas perhaps other justices has been inconsistent on those grounds, and so that is another takeaway that we have from These recent decisions from Justice Bharat and maybe other justices, like Alito and Gorsuch are doing the same. But they did not find it fit to tell us how they voted. In this case, we're less speculating us to them. In a normal case, you get to see how all the justices vote. But in this case you didn't explain again why they're allowed to sort of conceal their opinions. Well as with pretty much everything else about the Supreme Court. They're allowed to do it because they're in charge. And there's no intergalactic Supreme Court that people can appeal to. This is simply how the justices have decided in the reasonable way to operate. When these emergency applications come up. They have to rule when where the other they have to. Making order one way or the other, but they've seen and 50 say that it's not go to the public to say how they voted in a given case, and these are cases that can be just as important, if not sometimes more important than cases that are argued, and justices write lengthy decisions. On the merits, and so just to be clear reason that's been brought up by they don't do that is because this is happening in a very rush nature, and it's happening at the 11th hour. And so some have said that that's the reason why They don't do it. Of course, there's a reason in their head when they make a decision one way or the other. And so I don't think it would necessarily have to be a lengthy decision. But it would be helpful if there was some even short decision. Or at least say which way you voted. That seems Like it would be a reasonable of course to me. I like the intergalactic Supreme Court, and they have to borrow that. Um, uh, s so there's a very controversial case involving religious rights that the Supreme Court heard arguments on but hasn't made a decision in That case might be illuminating, and it involves a clash between religious rights and gay rights. Tell us a little bit about it. Sure cases both in against City of Philadelphia, as you mentioned it is, in some ways the clash between religious rights and gay rights. There's Catholic social services, which Is seeking to not have to work with same sex couples on the grounds that it would violate its religious rights. And so this is another example of the case similar in some ways going back to the court. Masterpiece Cake Shop case that some of us do you remember about the baker who do not want to take it take for a same sex couple that is being argued on religious grounds. People saying they shouldn't have to do things because of their religion, but an effect of the decision if it does go The religious grounds favors that it could have potential adverse effects for LGBT Q. Right. Thanks for being in the Bloomberg Law Show Jordan That's Jordan. Reuben Bloomberg Law editor. Should be remembered that Barrett's record overall since her October confirmation suggests she will generally sign with conservative wing in ideological divisive cases. 5 to 4 decision earlier this month, siding with the railroad workers seeking disability benefits. Bear was in dissent with Justices Thomas Alito and Gorsuch. She also joined the majority in November, when the court voted 5 to 4 to block strict capacity limits on churches and synagogues in New York City. In that case, Chief Justice John Roberts joined the Liberals in dissent coming up next on the Bloomberg Long Show, a district attorney who was just sworn in last month has entered the national spotlight. 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Amy Coney Barret Tilts The Balance in Divisive Ruling

Mark and Melynda

07:08 min | 1 year ago

Amy Coney Barret Tilts The Balance in Divisive Ruling

"A lot for being with us on this day after Thanksgiving. It was right before Thanksgiving late Wednesday. When the U. S Supreme Court The majority said, even in a pandemic You can't put away the Constitution. Now. In New York governor Cuomo says that he issued these restrictions on places of worship. Based on science. And safety. And so this is a fascinating ruling. In many regards number one. It's a big plus for religious freedom. Number two. It was just this past summer. That the Supreme Court ruled basically the opposite. In a case and there's some other cases that are being considered. I believe some cases California, New Jersey, Louisiana, So this is all about the Supreme Court blocking New York's governor from enforcing 10 and 25 person occupancy limits On religious institutions. Courts, the restrictions would violate religious freedom. And are not neutral because they single out houses of worship or especially harsh treatment. Or said there's no evidence that the organizations that brought the lawsuit have contributed to the spread of cove in 19. And this was one of those 54 decisions. With Chief Justice John Roberts. Going along with Justices Stephen Bryer, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan. And in their descent. Chief justice. Roberts said he saw no need to take this action because New York had revised the designations of the affected areas. Governor Cuomo essentially Said the same thing. Nevertheless, the Supreme Court did rule on it and also in the sending opinion. Justice Sonia Sotomayor said this unlike religious services, Bike repair shops and liquor stores generally don't feature customers gathering inside to sing and speak together for an hour or more. She went on to say justices of this court play a deadly game in second guessing the expert judgment of health officials. About the environments in which a contagious virus now infecting a million Americans each week. Spreads most easily. Those are the words and the dissenting opinion from Justice. Sonia Sotomayor, your Down the majority, and this may be the new power five and this is one of the key developments out of this ruling. A new power five on the Supreme Court. Barrett Gorsuch. Thomas Alito. And Cavanaugh. Three of whom, of course, were Appointed By President Donald Trump in the Majority opinion. Justice, Gorsuch said this, he noted that Governor Cuomo had designated among others, the hardware stores acupuncturists. Liquor stores and bicycle repair shops as essential businesses. That were not subject to the most strict limits. Like these places of worship work. Gorsuch said. We may not shelter in place when the Constitution is under attack. Things never go well. When we do So it Zbig deal for the Supreme Court. It's a big deal for I mean, let's face it all those evangelicals that voted for President Trump. They've got to be doing a victory lap today, right? Maybe you are a swell 51283605 90. If you'd like to be a part of the program here, you give us a call or send us a text on K. O. B. J. It is because Amy Barrett just got on the court. Right, So it's really The first significant indication Of a rightward tilt to the court. And I mentioned this and may and July Supreme Court rejected challenges. Virus related restrictions on churches in California and Nevada. At that time, the Chief Justice John Roberts, Joined the courts Democratic appointees, which of course, then included Ruth Bader Ginsburg. And those rulings they stress that state and local governments required flexibility to deal with a dangerous and evolving pandemic. So The New York Times, Right said. This is just One example of how profoundly President Trump Has transformed the Supreme Court. This New York Times P, says Justice Bharat Help the chief justice of body blow. Casting the decisive vote in a 5 to 4 ruling. On religious services in New York. And New York Times says this is most certainly a taste. Of things to come. About this 51283605 90 here on Caleb E. J. It is an interesting question, right? In the summer time. Even the Supreme Court said, Look You may not like it when these local officials are trying to close the church. But You're dealing with health and safety issue. And there are rights. Given to local officials in the event. Of health and safety issues. Well, not in this case, the governor there in New York, Andrew Cuomo. He criticized the Supreme Court. Or overturning their restrictions. He said It was Morrell Astrit Ivo of the Supreme Court than anything else. He called the ruling irrelevant. Said it would have any practical impact because restrictions Are not in place and had been dialed back well. You know, it's interesting that even in the Opinion. That was written by Sonia Sotomayor, right? When she was talking about The court plays a deadly game and second guessing the expert judgment of health official. Let's stop right there.

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"thomas alito" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"thomas alito" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Biting off the campaign trail until Thursday's debate, But his running mate, Senator Kamala Harris, telling a campaign of parents in Florida on Monday, you will very likely determine the outcome of this election. The U. S. Supreme Court in decision will allow a Pennsylvania order on ballots to stand that says absentee ballots must be accepted in the Keystone State for up to three days beyond the election day, in many cases, even if they have an illegible postmark or no postmark it all Chief Justice John Roberts siding with the Supreme Court's three liberal justices to create a 44 tie that leaves the Pennsylvania ruling in place. Justices Thomas Alito, Gorsuch and Cavanaugh would have granted to stay against the Pennsylvania ruling boxes. Shannon Brain. California's governor, Gavin Newsom, says his state won't allow any distribution of new Corona virus vaccines. Until they are reviewed by the state's own panel of experts. America is listening to Fox News. Do you know you're Are you registered to vote this year? Yeah, I'm registered. Well, you should vote. Yes. On Amendment one. You know what that's about, Right? Well, tell me more about it. So right now, politicians make back room deals to choose who they represent. Instead of us, the voters choosing them. That's partisan. Jerry Mandarin. Wait, So they're choosing what's best for us. See? That's why we must vote Yes. On Amendment one on the November ballot. We must end partisan gerrymandering so that we can choose who represents us. An amendment one will put new language taken from the 14th amendment and the Voting Rights Act into the Virginia Constitution. I see. So for the first time in 400 years, Amendment one will allow citizens direct involvement in the process of drawing voting districts, and it'll add new civil rights protections, which sounds good to me, and that's not all. Voting? Yes. On amendment. One will protect our right to vote. Well, I'm going to vote Yes. On Amendment one to put the power in our hands paid for by fair maps. Virginia introducing TD Ameritrade's newest trading platform. Thinker Swim Web. It has all the essential tools and trade strategies in a streamlined interface. No download necessary thinker Swim Web trading, streamlined visit. TD Ameritrade dot com slash thinker Swim Web to get started. You've worked so hard for all the things you have salary status success, And with that.

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"thomas alito" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"thomas alito" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"The hour here on the CJD program with Victoria Keelan. General Horne. I'm Doug stand 100 repaired at the controls. In our studio in Washington filling in for Phil, who's getting married today? What is he doing? His girlfriend's having knee surgery. No, I was like he's a very faster stop by. You know the surgery, Marriage wedding? No, listen. Well, he's down on his knees. One way or another. All right, Let's see what's happening with the election. Are there so many different places to go hear the the election and The confirmation of Amy Barrett. Are they linked? Inextricably? One goes with the other. Are you going to vote for somebody? Because they did or didn't vote to put her in the Supreme Court. What do you say Victoria? Well, depends. Well, who who? My voting for. I think that's a very broad question. Well, who does it? Would you vote for against somebody? Republicans voting on it to put her into Well, you all Democrats going to vote against you just cause they're Democrats. That's not what I'm saying is, I think if you have I, if you have a Republican sent a senator, or I think the Republican senators are the ones who are dealing with this the most because they know that the random what the ramifications could be as her being the next appointee on the Supreme Court. There are you know, there are things that are most over 60% of Americans believe that abortion should be legal. So that's a fine line to walk. We know that she has explicitly said she's anti abortion. Clarence Thomas and Alito came out last week and said they want to revisit. They want to revisit gay marriage. So there's a lot at stake. And I think this is a much more precarious position. They want a marriage. Does that mean they didn't think that it was constitutional? Yeah, they said, if it comes up again there, who said has besides Clarence Thomas Alito, too. That's two votes. That's the obvious you once they get for that on that, But I don't know because, you know, we don't know where she stands on that. Again go back to this argument about being an originalist or not. It's not that any of these judges and this is a problem. I think that happens on the left because they have a lot of judges that are activists. You're an originalist. You're an originalist. You apply the law. You are humble to the law. You don't go out and make your own way. You're not making policy, and that's what Amy Cockney Baird has said in her hearing's all this week, And it's what Ruth Bader Ginsburg did, by the way in her hearings as well on her confirmation hearings. And that is we can't play the hypothetical game because we have to look at things case by case. We have to see how each case is applied to the law, the constitutional law of the land. It's not about going out there and saying You know what? I really think abortion is wrong. I'm going to go out and take it away from people. That's not what's happening. What's happening is someone who applies the law in a humble way. That's what Amy Cockney Baird has been saying she's going to do. She's been saying that she separates her pride. And you're right. They also say anything you don't know until they get there. She has an impeccable record. Well, you don't know until it's a case by case basis isn't illegal. Is it something? How does the law apply to the cases of thes judges are seeing it's not like they go out there and change policy. That's the branch. That's the job, And it was reflected in Amy Cockney Barrett's words, That's the job of Congress to make law. It is not the judicial branches job to do that. It's about interpreting and applying we but the interpretation of this His vague for me the definition of abortion, you would have won definition. Perhaps Jennifer Victoria might have another I might have a third, an earnest 66% of women. 74% of men in the Gallup poll favor at least some restriction, but Gallup rolled right of center right, but there are already are a lot of restrictions on abortion. So that's the fear is that from people who support pro choice or a woman's right to choose what happens to her own body. Then there are all these cases that are going to end up at the Supreme Court, where it could be overturned. Look, the bottom line is the worst case scenario. Legal experts have been all over talk ng about what scenarios are. If Roe v. Wade gets overturned it then we'll be up to the individual states say if you think about writing streets now That's the only but according his pole, there are only one in three Americans favor overturning it right on that very few back to favor and outright ban on it right. And that goes back to my point. Where of what I said. I'm if you're a Republican senator who's up for re election? I don't envy your position going through these hearings because This is there's a lot to work. There's a lot to consider your putting someone through. But again, it's not me. It's not necessarily what her public views have been in. These are papers that she's written that it Her opinion on things is not necessarily the popular opinion so she might be a very qualified, but her opinion does matter to a lot of people. Though generally legal, her legal record matters her. Look, I have a bunch of opinions. The way I conduct myself in my in my work is Is going to be different. And you know the one thing where I think what we're forgetting is that there's not just this element of ah of Roe v. V. Roe v. Wade. In fact, I think Democrats have actually stepped away from that. I think That this overwhelming narrative about health care is what they're really focusing on because it looks like the biggest thing you're right. Well, Health care is going to be calling you look 20 Democrats..

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"thomas alito" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"thomas alito" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"It's privileged to be here with Dennis is brilliant audience. I'm watching in between the segments here during our breaks. I'm watching the confirmation hearings and I'm listening to some of the things that are just The absurdities that come with the with the new guy with the Yankees and call it a new confirmation process. It really is. It's new in so far as when the Democrats don't like losing a seat on the court that they treasure and value. They will change the confirmation process completely. Obviously, with the filibuster rule, we know that the nuclear option that Harry Reid invoked has made this a simple majority situation. But also just the idea of advice and consent. It's supposed to be determined the qualifications and experience of the nominee in this case, a Makoni Barrett, and instead it's we are going to evaluate her personal life. Her faith Her family. And yes, we're going to evaluate her political ideology rather than just her qualifications. And this is what they've done. They, you know. There's a pro more running it. Talks about Bork talks about Thomas Talks about Alito talks about Cavanaugh. And each of those I think were progressively worse in terms of the way Democrats treated Republican presidential nominees for the court. On DH. This is going to be no different. Lindsey Graham when he opened up the hearings today basically begged Democrats to try and I don't know. Try. Try try to be civil Try and be professional, even though you don't like the idea that this president gets to name his third Supreme Court nominee And that he's going to be able to put his third pick on the nine member court. Even if you don't like it. You don't have to turn this into something that is uncivil. You don't have to recreate what you did to Brett Kavanaugh. This was Lindsey Graham's plea today were taken. A different path at times, Mork Thomas Alito cabin. I hope we don't take that path with Judge Bear. She doesn't deserve that. I don't think it makes this's hearing. Any better. American people I believe would not deserve a repeat of those episodes and the Senate Judiciary Committee is history. The judiciary chairman also delivered a message in his opening remarks to his Democrat colleagues to my Democratic colleagues respect y'all. We've done some things together, and we've had some fights in this committee. I've tried to give you the time you need to make your case on. You have every right in the world to make your case. I think I know how the vote's going to come out. But I think Judge Barrett is required for the good of the nation to submit to your questions and ours. This is gonna be a long, contentious week. I would just ask one thing of the committee to the extent possible. Let's make it respectful must make it challenging. Let's remember the world is watching Chuck Grand. That's important. By the way that last part of the world is watching Chuck Grassley was a little bit more gruff. He was a little bit more challenging of the Democrats because he has seen them carry out the their playbook. To the letter enough times to know what they're going to do. It doesn't matter if it's Amy, Cockney Baron or any other appointee or nominee. If it's from a Republican president, they are going to obstruct to sum up judge, marriage, qualifications and character. Are impeccable. Unfortunately, I expect the minority will try to rustle up baseless claims and scare tactics is they've done for decades anything to derail the confirmation of a Republican nominee, And that is exactly correct. There's just no, you know there's there's no sugar coating that the Democrats will do anything and everything that they have to to stop a Republican appointee. Democrats and they're left. Its allies have also shown that there is no low that they won't stoop to in their crusade to turning a nominee. And I saw it all chairman of this committee when Cavanaugh came up, Yeah, he did. And it was. It was painfully embarrassing. And it was something you would never wish upon your worst enemy enemy rather, but this is what they will do, and they will attack her even on her religious faith. Some of my colleagues may once again Try to misrepresent now, right, disparage judge, barrettes, religious believes and affiliations in 2017, they said suggested Judge Barrett was to faith for two Catholic to be a judge. One senator asked whether she considered her cell unorthodox can't take another told her the dog man lives loudly within you, and that is of concern. Let me remind everyone that Article one Clearly prohibits religious tests for serving in public office. That is exactly right. There can be no such religious test or or AH, you know, I guess we'll just stop at that, you know, to serve in this position now, the last part of what he said there about the dog Melissa lives within you. And that is concerning That was Diane Feinstein, Senator Dianne Feinstein, who said there's no way should we should be even holding these hearings right now. Simply put, I believe we should not be moving forward on this nomination. Not until the election has ended. And the next president has taken office. Thank you, Mr Chairman. She and by the way, it should be pointed out to you with respect to her faith in me, Cockney barrettes, Faith. Can you possibly imagine a scenario in which a democratic president Appointed a Muslim Supreme Court justice. Nominated and a Muslim Supreme Court justice. And any Republican senator making a statement about how your religion your faith, your dogma lives within you, and that's deeply concerning how that would go over nationally. CNN. I think their headquarters would just implode. I mean, Oh, my God. The outrage if somebody said that about him and by the way, Saying that about a person with you know who is a firm believer in the true Muslim faith would be a legitimate question. Because the Islamic faith, at least as it's written in the Koran has completely incompatible with the United States Constitution. But if somebody were to point that out On the Republican side. The left would go by on a ballistic or bananas. They would go, but they would go crazy. But to say that about a Catholic like Amy Kuney Barrett is just so I don't know if it's legitimate..

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"thomas alito" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"thomas alito" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Right now. President Trump will be nominating adjudged to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. But what we've seen Republicans seem to have enough senators on board to move through with the nomination make a vote eventually, so it does seem that President Trump will be able to get a third justice. On the court in his first term, something I don't know if that's ever been done before it all. But what we're also seeing is that you know this is going to shift the ideological tenor of the court. There will be a six 23 conservative majority on the court, and you did a few statistical models showing that this is going to be the most conservative court since 1950. So, Michael, tell us a little bit about this. You know one of the ways that we try to figure out how conservative or liberal the court is, as we look at their voting patterns and compare their voting patterns over time, So it's actually pretty complicated to do because they're voting on different issues today than they were voting on in 1990 or 1973. So what we've done is we've taken not only the voting patterns of the justices on Cases that they see. But we have also taken instances where they take positions on cases that were happened before previous court. So we kind of throw that into the mix. And that at least gives us some leverage to be able to talk not only about who's more liberal or conservative today, but who's more liberal or conservative overtime. And when we do that, what we see it's really quite striking. You know, this thing moved over time where the court is, and we think about the median of the court. That's going to be the decisive vote on a typical case And today on the current court, or I guess when Peter Ginsberg was still on Court chief Justice Roberts was the media when he was in the middle between four people to his last four people to his right. But now if, as you said President, Trump succeeded, nominating someone who's almost certainly going to be very conservative to the court. The median the middle member the decisive member of the court. They're going to be to the right of anyone who's seen since 1950. We've seen a lot of decisions that come down 5 to 4. We've seen a ton in these past few rulings that we've gotten the past few years. That's going to be a lot less likely. Now, as you mentioned you just needed to kind of that Median judge, too. Cross over on one side or the other to make the final determination. But now there's gonna be two extra on the liberal side. They would have to win over two extra judges just to get a majority decision there, so that's gonna be a lot tougher. I don't know that we'll see 6 to 3 decision. I mean, of course we will. But I'm not sure that every decision of 6 to 3, But what will happen if it's just the Conservatives have that much more wrote to give really striking in the recent Term. The justices Thomas Alito, Gorsuch, Cavanaugh and Robert's. They're all pretty conservative individuals. And yet there was quite a number of fairly liberal decision. And the reason that happened was this time it was Robert. He went over to liberals on abortion. This time, of course. Native American issues. I want this cabin on something out for the Liberals did OK, In fact, on high profile sexual identity type issues, liberals have generally not quite well, but now literally can't come on. Just getting lucky as it were to find one conservative who on whatever you know particular specifics of the case seems to be joined the liberal side. Now they've got to get to and that becomes a much, much harder task for them, and there's gonna be a lot of very hotly contested issues. You know, abortion. A lot of people are talking about that things With elections, labor laws, health care will probably come up again Government regulation. There's a lot of stuff that's going to be coming up and the ideological gap is going to change. Depending on who wins the presidency. It seems like the Democrats will retain control of the house. But what about the Senate? When all this is going to do is just set up a lot of different fights between the branches of government..

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"thomas alito" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"thomas alito" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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