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"tyson lehnhoff" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"tyson lehnhoff" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"As if various centers of power all across the country. Are, exercising privileges that were not intended to be their government agencies of all stripes are now in the crosshairs of those who are defending citizens from harmful discriminatory judgment fortunately there are organizations like the, alliance defending freedom or ATF specialize in helping the, powerless overcome the actions of, the, powerful my colleague Larry elder spoke with lawyer Tyson Lang Hoffer who is serving with ATF and focusing on first amendment freedom on, public university campuses Tyson I understand there's a case going on right here in my home state of California. Tell us about it and we represent students for life and Nathan Apodaca lawsuit against administrators at Cal State San Marcos and Cal State student fee. System where they they require students essentially to hey student activity fees on top of the, tuition that they pay and his students That could be beat there are supposed to go to fund student expressing activities to, fund the activities of student organizations and when students for life applied for a grant to, receive some of those funds they were denied when, you you can't use those, funds, to bring in a outside speakers well Nathan knew he looked at as well I know. That. That these other groups are bringing in outside speakers and, so what we found out is that the university is allocated five that are very. Discriminatory manner their funding a lot of these leftist groups with large. Amounts of money denying it to other groups who want to bring a. Different perspective to campus so Tyson Lehnhoff they. Lied absolutely what happened is when we when we looked at it we found out that the gender equity center and the and the pride center there there's about two point one, million dollars that comes in every year inaccuracy allocated five by the student af I and. Each, university campus have they allocate the sponge Yes I, allocate three hundred thousand dollars that two point one million to the gender equity center. Enter the pride center all other one hundred student groups have to. Split thirty thousand dollars and they're they're limited to match love five hundred dollars person Mestre wow Obviously it's much easier for the gender equity center and the pride center to get their message out because they have about ten times the amount of fun to do the activities that they wanna do and yet all these, other Kurtzer told you can't do, those activities and they're frankly, don't even have to do them and, you know that that's unfair and it's unconstitutional supreme court has made. It very clear that if a university is going to impose an activity fee on students which requires them to. Fund expression that they disagree with it have to do it under a. Viewpoint neutral policy and clearly funding to groups for three hundred. Thousand bucks and then all, other groups are thirty thirty grand and half a split that that's not. The point neutral Tyson I'm not sure if people realize. How active the alliance defending freedom is you. Guys. Have litigated something like nine victory to swing court. In the last seven years you played a role in about. Fifty four victories at the supreme court you have a winning rate of about eighty percent Tyson you've been a partner at a. Law. Firm For a long time why did you get involved in the alliance defending freedom I got involved because. I recognize that our first of a freedoms are on the line and I've got five children and my desire is that my children are able to experience the same freedoms that I have the first amendment is is absolutely critical for protecting the ability to speak freely for protecting, the ability to exercise our religion, and what I'm saying is, our freedoms are being slowly eroded and, it absolutely scares me to death because I see these policies like. The student at Casey's Cal State San Marcos which are slowly taking away our ability to really to express ourselves. Freely so that's why I left my practice and joined it yes because. I truly believe in what we're doing and we provide free. Legal services to these students, to stand up for not only their personnel rights but for the first. Amendment rights of all at the university campus regardless of. Their viewpoint coming up the democrat identity problem They want to make, this election about Vladimir Putin they do but he's not on the, ballot Michael Medved the townhall review returns in a moment.

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"tyson lehnhoff" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

09:09 min | 2 years ago

"tyson lehnhoff" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Welcome back to the town hall review brought to you in partnership. With eighty app the alliance defending freedom on hughhewitt almost immediately from the time of. Donald Trump's inauguration his staff and candidate have been, badgered by quote, Russian collusion charges and then the president. Fired FBI, director James Comey and things. Got really hot the DOJ that appointed special counsel Robert Muller to investigate claims. Of Russian collusion the two thousand sixteen presidential election Kimberley strassel the Wall Street Journal has been following the investigation, the Steele dossier and the FIS a warrant issues each and every step. Along the way she was a guest of Dennis Prager from where and when did the accusation of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia begin what remains one of. The great mysteries and it's one of the problems we have an unraveling, all, I, mean look we we have some very clear evidence about, where part of it came from we know for instance that the clinton campaign and the democratic national committee hired this opposition research firm called fusion g._p._s. which in turn hired this former am i six officer to put together the infamous dossier and that dossier contains a lot of the claims for which this entire theory narrative has since been based and made the rounds for the past two years i think the bigger question is when did this gain currency within government was entirely because of the dossier or was it because there were democratic activists and participants in the obama administration who will whispering it and pushing it to the f._b._i. did those com via the clinton campaign to the obama officials where exactly was the genesis within government and that's an important part because we wouldn't be talking about any of this if the government hadn't chose to act on that Theory obviously with FIS of warrants and other investigatory measures against the Trump campaign why would the, Hillary campaign believing it was inevitably. Going to win do this well all campaigns go about? Opposition research you and I both know that so at first this was a straightforward Otto research job I think what happened though remember as they saw an. Opportunity in that the Trump campaign, talking about Hillary Clinton's emails which were deleted and the question of whether, or not anyone that got their hands on them for instance Wiki leaks or the Russians and the Clintons thought aha well why why is the Trump campaign talking about the Russians maybe there's something to be done looked into in terms. Of his Russia's ties and that little kernel of a thought grew into the epic dossier and collusion arguments what did you do About. The Feis warrant look here's a main takeaway for everyone who's listening? Today which? Is, this that go back to February. And Devin newness the head of. The house intelligence committee put out a memo and it. Was fourteen paragraphs long and? It made a couple of really devastating but important claims he had looked at that FIS of warrant and he said I am reporting back that a doc- a made up an essential. Part of, the information that the f. b. i. relied on, to. Get, this? Warrant be the court the FIS a court was? Not told about where the dossier, came from it was not told that it had come from the rival political campaign and see they had, used, a news article. That was out there I had actually, been given to the news or spy Christopher Steele as like a circular corroboration of the dossier, so they were relying on their source twice and presenting it as new information to the court and these are the main claims it point-by-point shows every one of those claims to be. True, what newness has said about the way the FBI, played fast and loose with the court is absolutely correct I. Believe that the top echelons of the FBI probably got it into their head that they were, somehow saving the country from some terrible threat they and they. Alone and decided they would do whatever it, took to get, these warrants and they did not tell the truth I mean they they relied on a phony document to get the warrant and they did not tell the truth about. Where that document came from various centers of power all across the country. Are exercising privileges that were not intended to be their government agencies of all stripes are now in the crosshairs of those who are defense Citizens from harmful discriminatory judgment fortunately there are organizations like the alliance defending freedom. Or ATF specialize in helping the. Powerless overcoming actions of the powerful my colleague Larry elder spoke with lawyer Tyson Lang Hoffer who was serving with ATF focusing on first amendment freedom on public university campuses. Tyson I understand there's a case going on right here in my home state of California tell us about it we represent students for life and. Nathan Apodaca lawsuit against administrators at Cal State San Marcos Cal State as a student fee, system where they they require students essentially. To pay, student, activity fees on top of the tuition that they pay, student could defeat there are supposed to go to fun student expressing activities funded activities a student, organizations and when students apply for a grant to receive some of those funds they were denied you you can't use those funds to bring in a outside speakers Well Nathan knew he looked at it as well I know that. That these other groups are bringing in outside speakers and so what we found out is that the university. Is allocating, he's five that are very discriminatory manner other funding a lot of these leftist groups with large amounts of money and denying it to other groups. Who want to bring a. Different, perspective. To campus so Tyson Lehnhoff they lied yeah absolutely what, happened is when we when we looked at it we found out that the gender. Equity center and the and the pride center there there's about two. Point, one million dollars that comes in every year Activity allocated by by the student government ASI each university campus SI the. Funds I allocate three hundred. Thousand, dollars. That two point one million to the gender equity center, into the pride center all other one hundred student groups have to split thirty thousand. Dollars and they're they're limited to match five hundred dollars per semester Wow Obviously it's much easier for the gender equity and the price center to get their message out because they have about ten times the amount of fun to do the activities that they wanna. Do and yet all these other groups are, told you can't do those activities and they're frankly don't even have the stunts to do them and you know that that's unfair and it's. Unconstitutional the supreme court has made it very clear that if a university is going to impose activity on, students which requires them to fund, expression that they disagree with, that have to do it under a, viewpoint neutral policy and clearly funding to grips with three hundred thousand. Bucks and then all other groups are thirty thirty grand to split that that's not the point neutral. Tyson I'm not sure if people realize how active alliance defending freedom. Is you guys have litigated something like nine victories at the supreme court in the last seven. Years are you played a role in about fifty four victories at the supreme? Court you have a winning rate of about eighty percent. Tyson you've been a partner at a law firm for Long time why did you get involved in the alliance defending freedom. I got involved because I recognize that our, first of freedoms are on the line and you know I got five children and my desire is that my children are able to experience. The same freedoms that I have the first amendment is is absolutely critical for protecting the ability to speak, freely for protecting the to exercise, religion and what I'm saying, is our freedoms are being slowly eroded, and it absolutely scares me to death because I see these policies. Like the student that Casey Cal State San Marcos which are slowly taking away our ability to really. To express ourselves freely so that's why I left my practice and and joined eighty s because I truly believe in what we're doing and we provide free legal, services to these students to stand up for not only their personnel rice but? For the first of all at the university campus regardless. Of their viewpoint coming up the democrat identity problem They want to make this election about, Vladimir Putin they do but he's, not on the ballot, Michael Medved when the townhall review returns in a moment This is John McCullough if I asked what the invisible disability is would you. Say hearing impairment hearing impairment has been linked to dementia falls and depression and the weird. Thing is nobody including me wants to admit they. Have it the cruise experience, has.

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"tyson lehnhoff" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"tyson lehnhoff" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"ATF focusing on first amendment freedom on public university campuses Tyson I understand there's a case going on right here in my home state. Of California tell us about it we represent students for life and Nathan Apodaca lawsuit against administrators at Cal State San Marcos Cal State a student. Fee system where they require students essentially to hey student activity fees on top of the, tuition that they pay a new student Could be there are supposed to go to fund student expressing activities funding student. Organizations and when students apply for a grant to receive some of those funds they were denied when you can't use those funds to bring in outside speakers well Nathan new in, he looked. At, as well I'm not that these other groups are bringing in outside speakers and so what we found out is that the university is, allocating funds that are very discriminatory manner, their funding a lot of these leftist groups with large amounts of money denying it. To. Other groups who want to bring a different perspective to campus so Tyson Lehnhoff they. Lied absolutely what happened. Is when we when we looked at it we found out that the gender equity, center. And the and the pride center there's about two point one million, dollars, that comes in every year inactivity allocated five by the student gun right there Af each university campus have they allocate those funds Yes I allocation.

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