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Democrat DAs Continue to Harass President Trump and His Family Business

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 14 hrs ago

Democrat DAs Continue to Harass President Trump and His Family Business

"Trump organization already under indictment faces new criminal inquiry Former president Trump's family business already under indictment in Manhattan which is an outrage Absolute outrage And we can thank the United States Supreme Court for this by the way It's facing criminal investigation by another prosecutor's office that has been to examine financial dealings at a golf course the company owns according to people with knowledge of the matter She have these elected Democrat dies The Supreme Court opened the door to this and so this poor man and his businesses are being harassed left and right Here is a man that comes in off as a multi billionaire with God knows how many properties that he has built and improved and other people he's made relatively wealthy in the thousands and thousands of people who he is employed And then you have somebody like Barack Obama who comes in office leaves office he and his lovely wife Michelle become worth hundreds of millions of dollars selling their fame Al Gore worth over a $150 million selling his fame That is their brand Same of the clintons They come in off as with nothing these people Nothing And are worth hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars afterwards and nobody cares Donald Trump comes in office with multi-billions and he

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Terry McAuliffe Desperate to Win, Resorts to Criticizing President Trump

Mark Levin

00:51 sec | 1 d ago

Terry McAuliffe Desperate to Win, Resorts to Criticizing President Trump

"Go ahead Hey now after what we've seen in Texas with the Trump Supreme Court if Glenn young is elected governor abortions will cease here in the Commonwealth of Trump's Supreme Court Is a nightclub He's such a sleazeball All the Supreme Court said was it didn't rule on the substance of the case it said he came here too soon You've got to go through the process There's a lot of very very important cases Involving all aspects of this society If you don't go through the process they all just show up at the door the Supreme Court will the Supreme Court doesn't operate that way It's never operated that way So here you have a low IQ sleazeball You're not at Glen junk and selected here and you got the Trump Supreme Court You're not the Trump Supreme Court's gonna do Meanwhile they talk about the Trump Supreme Court They didn't take up a single election case There's your Trump Supreme Court

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Terry McAuliffe Caught Lying in CNN Interview and Political Advertising

Mark Levin

01:32 min | 1 d ago

Terry McAuliffe Caught Lying in CNN Interview and Political Advertising

"As I was saying if I was rudely interrupted by the clock Kate Bolden is a CNN host In term of colors on her show today mister producer seriously will he reach out to turn the call and tell him I would like to interview him Just give it a shot She wants to know why do you talk so much about Donald Trump Cut 13 go But Terry to my question do you think do you view your only path to success Because it is a clear choice that you talk about Donald Trump so much Do you see your only path to success here is making this Terry mcauliffe versus Donald Trump No I haven't met most of this campaign If you look at my advertising look at one of your long edge during the break I'm hearing Virginia I just watched it on Fox And it was all about Trump And it was all about junk and if junkins governor he's going to prevent women from having abortions Now this guy's a low life He's an absolute lowlife Glenn youngkin is never indicated that and Glenn young couldn't do it if he wanted to no governor can do that None None Regardless of my personal feelings no governor has the power to overturn the Supreme Court Just the way it is So McCallum is a liar

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San Francisco In-N-Out temporarily shuts down for violating vaccine mandate

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

San Francisco In-N-Out temporarily shuts down for violating vaccine mandate

"U. S. Supreme Court has declined to block a vaccine requirement imposed on main health care workers justice Stephen Bryer rejected the emergency appeal the court has previously rejected challenges a vaccine requirements for New York City teachers and Indiana university staff and students main will begin enforcing the mandate on October twenty ninth that requires hospital workers and nursing home workers to get vaccinated or risk losing their jobs a federal judge who rejected the first request to block the mandate said the record indicated that regular testing alone wasn't sufficient to stop the spread of the delta variant dozens of opted to quit the most healthcare workers have complied with the requirement the liberty counsel to file the lawsuit claims to be representing more than two thousand workers who don't want to be forced to be vaccinated Jennifer

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Court: U. of North Carolina can consider race in admissions

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

Court: U. of North Carolina can consider race in admissions

"A judge has ruled that north Carolina's flagship public university can continue to consider race as a factor in its undergraduate admissions in Chapel Hill North Carolina U. S. district judge Loretta Biggs ruled against a group who argued that considering race in admissions at the university of North Carolina but white and Asian students at a disadvantage students for fair admissions sued U. N. C. in twenty fourteen saying its admission practices violated the equal protection clause of the constitution and federal civil rights law they pursued a similar lawsuit against Harvard University and are challenging an appellate denial in that case to the U. S. Supreme Court Biggs wrote that U. N. C. met its burden in demonstrating it has a compelling interest in achieving the educational benefits of diversity I'm Jennifer king

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Biden team asks Supreme Court to pause Texas abortion law

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 2 d ago

Biden team asks Supreme Court to pause Texas abortion law

"The budget ministrations asking the US Supreme Court to block district Texas abortion law while legal challenges play out in the courts the justice department has asked the nation's highest court to lift an appeals court order that allows Texas to continue enforcing its abortion ban spelled out in a unique law designed to resist federal court challenges the department says the Texas ban defies previous abortion decisions because the time frame in which the procedure is allowed has already expired before many women realize they are pregnant White House press secretary Jen Psaki says president Biden wants to protect abortion access for women he continues to believe that roe V. Wade as should be is the law of the land he supports efforts to codify roe V. Wade the administration also told the justices they could fast track a decision on the law's constitutionality this term which sees another abortion case on the docket Jackie Quinn Washington

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 Trump sits for deposition in lawsuit brought by demonstrators alleging assault

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 d ago

Trump sits for deposition in lawsuit brought by demonstrators alleging assault

"Donald Trump is scheduled to provide a deposition in New York today in a case about his security teams crackdown on a protest during the early days of his presidential campaign according to court papers the former president will record the deposition at trump tower the lawsuit stems from a September third twenty fifteen protest outside the tower over negative comments trump made about Mexican immigrants six of the protesters said they were roughed up and there is video of the incident state Supreme Court judge Doris Gonzalez denied an effort by trump to quash a subpoena ordering him to testify the judge said trump's argument that there must be exceptional circumstances to depose a high ranking government official did not apply because he was being called to answer for conduct outside of office I'm

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Jake Warner Describes How Alliance Defending Freedom Is Protecting America

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | 6 d ago

Jake Warner Describes How Alliance Defending Freedom Is Protecting America

"Sometimes we bring on folks from the ice spending freedom to help explain what it is that they do in case you don't already know. I have a with me, Jake Warner, who's a legal counsel with the alliance defending freedom and their client Scott chin. Guys, God bless you for coming on the program. Jake explain to my audience what this issue is about. Everywhere we look, there are issues like this. They're crazy. And if it weren't for 80, if the government would be getting away with murder, almost literally, go ahead and explain what this case is about. Sure. Thanks, Eric. A few months ago, the Washington Supreme Court said the state could punish a religious organization for declining to hire someone who did not share the religious faith of the organization. The Seattle's union gospel mission serves the homeless in the city of Seattle and they've done so for nearly a century. But back in 2017, a lawyer tried to apply for a position there, but he did not share their religious organizations beliefs. He didn't attend church. He didn't agree with the religious lifestyle requirements of the mission and he even applied trying to change the mission's religious beliefs to understandably the mission went with a different candidate. But this a lawyer turned around and sued the mission and the case went all the way up to the Washington Supreme Court and the Washington Supreme Court said that the mission could be punished for declining to hire this person. He did not share their beliefs. And we've now asked the U.S. Supreme Court to weigh in and hear this

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 Artist sues newly freed Bill Cosby over 1990 hotel encounter

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 d ago

Artist sues newly freed Bill Cosby over 1990 hotel encounter

"A prominent accuser is suing Bill Cosby Lili Bernard says she filed suit against Cosby before new Jersey's two year window to file older sexual assault claims expires she claims he raped her in nineteen ninety in an Atlantic city hotel room Bernard tells the AP she was prompted in part by bill Cosby's recent release from prison after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned his twenty eighteen sexual assault conviction on procedural grounds when the justice system fails survivors of sexual assault that

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Katie Couric Blasted Over Stunning Admission About Ruth Bader Ginsburg Interview

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:02 min | 6 d ago

Katie Couric Blasted Over Stunning Admission About Ruth Bader Ginsburg Interview

"Aren't you glad that Katie current got her wish? Katie Kirk was she revealed in her. I got to get this book. I mean, her book evidently trashes a bunch of her colleagues, but she also admits that she was protecting RBG. From herself, Katie Couric did a sit down for Yahoo news and interviewed the late Supreme Court Justice and beloved beloved iconic justice. People have Ruth Bader Ginsburg t-shirts and, you know, she's the boss. What they call her? What was your nickname? Yeah, yeah. Notorious RBG. Well, she had a pretty strong belief about people who disrespected the national anthem. By kneeling. She had a message for Colin Kaepernick. And the message was pretty strong. The message was, it's disrespectful. It's pretty shameful and you got appreciate the country you're in. And you're not showing a level of appreciation when you disrespect the national anthem by getting on a knee. Hey lefties. That was RBG. However, Katie Couric edited that out of the interview. Because well, she's elderly, she maybe didn't understand the question no. It didn't fit the narrative. So show Katie Couric journalist decided to edit it out. In her memoir, going their couric rights, how she edited out the part where Ginsburg said that those who kneel during The Star-Spangled Banner are showing contempt for a government that has made it possible for their parents and grandparents to live a decent life.

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Constitutional Carry Is Now Law in 21 States

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:22 min | 6 d ago

Constitutional Carry Is Now Law in 21 States

"And what's your hottest Second Amendment story right now, cam? Well, I think right now it's the upcoming Supreme Court case. New York State rifle and pistol association versus Bruin, which is going to address the question of whether the right to bear arms actually means anything like the right to keep arms does the Supreme Court answer the question about whether or not we have the right to keep arms in 2008 is the Heller decision, which struck down D.C.'s ban on handguns. And now they're going to be weighing in on the right to carry. They're taking on New York's carry law. So oral arguments are coming up. November 3rd and I'd say as we're getting ready for that to take place, there's a lot of anticipation. That's probably the biggest story out right there right now. And I think that this is a very interesting development because you've got blue states now that are trying to restrict carry more than more than maybe they were in the past. And at the same time, you've got largely red states going the other direction with constitutional carry Texas. Just a month ago became a constitutional carry state. And I believe that that's 26 states. Am I correct on that 26 states? I don't know constitutional carry? I never did 21, 21. I wish we had crossed that halfway point of more than half the country was a constitutional period. Probably going to take another couple of years to get there. But yes, I mean, it is incredible now because just even a decade ago, I think there's a handful of states that said if you can legally own a gun you can legally carry it. Now well over two dozen, there are 42 states that say if you pass a background check and you have undergone your required training, we shall issue UA concealed carry license, but New York, California, New Jersey, Massachusetts, a couple of other states. They have a different view. You can pass the training. You can pass a background check. You can provide the character references that you have to provide in some cases. And still, you can be denied your concealed carry license because you haven't demonstrated a good cause to carry a God. Justifiable need to protect yourself in public. And really, that's the that's the question that's presented to the quarter right now is whether or not these sort of May issue policy that deprived the average American of their ability to bear arms, whether or not these laws are constitutional.

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Understanding Religious Vaccine Exemptions With Lawyer Jenna Ellis

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:35 min | Last week

Understanding Religious Vaccine Exemptions With Lawyer Jenna Ellis

"There folks, I'm talking to my friend, Jenna, Ellis, she has a podcast with Salem radio. I can't believe it. We get all the good people. You were talking about Southwest Airlines. I want to talk a little bit about religious exemptions. I didn't mention earlier, you're a constitutional legal scholar. You understand these things far better than most of us. Why for example, and this I find bizarre. According to my friend John murak and some others, all of the vaccines were made with fetal cells or tested with fetal with fetal tissue. So you would think the whole Catholic Church would stand against this, but the Pope and many American bishops have said, no, we're fine with this. That doesn't make any sense to me. I would think that'd be the first place you can get a religious exemption if you're a Catholic. But so what is the issue with religious exemption? Right, and you would think that, but of course, the Catholic Church, and even American Protestant churches have strayed so far from what the Bible actually teaches and from standing on the eternal immutable inherent word of God. And so we as Christians need to make sure that we are always going back to the sufficiency of scripture. And with religious exemptions, we are blessed to live in a country where our founder specifically textually protected our ability to freely exercise our religion. Now, of course, like many pastors, right? Where they will go to the text of scripture, take out one or two words, and then build a whole sermon or a doctor and around it that's actually really different from what the text says. The U.S. Supreme Court has done that with the U.S. Constitution. It will take one or two words call it a clause of the constitution, and they'll build a whole doctrine around it, and it becomes something so different than what the text actually says. So in context, our First Amendment which has the free exercise clause in it and the two religion clauses basically in context when it says that the establishment clause is the other one that the government can't establish a religion, but also that we are protected and freely exercising our religion. It's not just about saying I have a right in this country to not have the government not allow me to go to church, but also that the government can not compel me to participate in any sort of event including a vaccine, by the way that goes against my sincerely held religious

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Jenna Ellis Tells Us What's on the Docket for the Supreme Court

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | Last week

Jenna Ellis Tells Us What's on the Docket for the Supreme Court

"I'm talking to my friend Jenna Ellis about the news of the day. We're talking about fear mongering. We're talking about vaccine mandates. Can you give us an update since you know a lot about the Supreme Court on what lies ahead? Because it is interesting to have a majority of people that we would consider actual constitutionalists. What do you suppose will happen in the next term? Yeah, it's going to be really fascinating. The new term started October 4th and there are already a few cases on the docket that are going to be argued into November and December that are going to have huge implications on religious liberty on abortion in the United States and on the Second Amendment. They've actually taken up the first Second Amendment case since 2008. And the District of Columbia versus Heller decision. So that'll be interesting and before we get into a couple of these cases, you mentioned, you know, we actually have a majority that are constitutionalists. Well, first, I hope so. And I don't categorize justice Roberts at all. Oh, I was talking about. So we hope to make me laugh. Have at least a 5 four. But what a lot of people say is, well, you know, you're just as activist than as the Democrats. We know that's not true because wanting a conservative majority means we actually understand what the judicial branch is designed for, which is to hold accountable the two political branches and to make sure to preserve and protect our world. Look, we've gotten trapped into this kind of language. The fact of the matter is, if you are not a constitutionalist and originalist, in my mind, you're an

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Joe Biden's Supreme Court Commission to Release Preliminary Report Tomorrow

Mark Levin

01:52 min | Last week

Joe Biden's Supreme Court Commission to Release Preliminary Report Tomorrow

"One one While another shoe is going to drop tomorrow It's like a centipede with shoes when it comes to this administration The commission studying the Supreme Court of the United States and the reforms of the Supreme Court that should be applied to the court A commission that is again lopsided To get a kind of a result I suppose Is kinda issue its preliminary report tomorrow a preliminary report Cut 18 go The president's commission on review of his print word suggestion performs instead of being wrapping up its work this week As the commissioner presented their findings to the president you got to see a chance to review them and advance them But we expect this to a public report Right so here's where this stands This is a day of processes in the government How fun So the commission will release the draft preliminary discussion materials tomorrow which is their timeline or was there deadline And they will meet that meet that timeline These have not been submitted to The White House for edits or feedback And their release will be followed by a public meeting of the commission on Friday They will then form their final report and submit it to the president in mid November So that is the process that will transpire from here And like we've said previously our objective here is to allow for this process made up of a diverse range of experts That's right Maoists leninists trotskyites and stalinists Go ahead Voices to move forward and represent different viewpoints and we're not going to comment on it or the president wouldn't comment on it until a report is final And he is the chance to review it at that period of time Wonder what they'll come up with When I have they'll do this

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Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich Brings Lawsuit Against ASU

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:01 min | Last week

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich Brings Lawsuit Against ASU

"Okay, so now I want to get into where you can talk a little bit more about this. Is that right? Yes. Yes and no. I mean, we should preface this with well, let me preface it for my personal opinion. I think colleges are ripping people off. Yes. I think it's become a legalized scam for a lot of young people and you and I kind of hit it off when you started to say, well, Charlie, you don't understand what ASU has been doing. And so this is kind of like the third rail in our office here because we have so many that went ASU and they have some sort of loyalty to it. You want ASU to support a sun devil. There you go. And so for me, I just think they're ripping people off, families are going into debt and it's not right. The floor is yours. Walk us through what you're doing from the attorney general's office. This issue. And let me just preface this by saying that in the difficulty is, look, I literally the university and their law firm Perkins cooey his father more than 200 page bar complaint against. And people don't know that. And even my own lawyer has told me not to talk about it. I've been told not to talk about the subject, and that's why just this past week, the state Supreme Court accepted one of our cases for statesmen court on one of our lawsuits against the university sweetheart real estate deals. They accepted that case, and so then you get folks at me as you criticizing a saying stuff, but I'm not allowed to say anything because I can't I'm a lawyer so they file bar complaints every time I say anything can I say something about that though, which is that this is exactly what they do. Anyone up and down the conservative ladder and I know you have to be careful commenting on this for obvious reasons, but they go through the politics of personal destruction. Yeah. Like, you start to investigate something we don't like. We're going to use Perkins cooey or whatever coy, which is Hillary Clinton's like favorite law firm, by the way. Alongside, you know, the other one she used to use all the money that the dossier but Facebook uses Perkins, you know, Goldman Sachs does all of them to try to go after you to try to suppress you. And that means you're doing something significant. Well, I'm going to tell the folks from the university and from Perkins cooey. That means we're going to have to listen its entire podcast. We're going to have to listen to this because this is what happens. They listen to me whenever I talk about them, and then all of a sudden there'll be some things like this on, you know, this show would ever. So I have not actually talked about this for a long time. So thank you for letting me talk about this because I feel like it's been before and so this our lawsuit actually began or my fight with the universities began. And I didn't want. I mean, you've done amazing job amazing work exposing the hypocrisy and the left wing bias universities. I did not feel folks like you were doing it. I did not want to become this anti whatever higher education person, but what happened was we were involved in litigation is all started. The universities, here in Arizona, we're giving in state tuition for people that didn't have legal status. So we literally in 2017 went to the Court of Appeals we won. Three nothing at the Court of Appeals because voters in 2006 in Arizona had approved a ballot measure that said, if you do not have legal status, you can not get in state tuition. Period,

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Justice Department asks court to stop Texas abortion law

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

Justice Department asks court to stop Texas abortion law

"The justice department again urged the courts to suspend Texas's abortion law Monday night the latest attempt comes just days after a federal appeals court reinstated what is now the most restrictive abortion law in the country after a lower court suspended it the law has proved durable because the state offloads enforcement of private citizens who can collect at least ten thousand dollars in damages if they successfully sue abortion providers the justice department told the court if Texas's scheme is permissible no constitutional right is safe from state sanctioned sabotage of this kind wording that seem to be a message to the Supreme Court to take up the case meanwhile it's not clear when the appeals court will decide whether to extend what is currently a temporary order allowing Texas's abortion law to stand I'm Julie

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Judge Rules Against Natural Immunity Claim

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:14 min | Last week

Judge Rules Against Natural Immunity Claim

"I have a story here from epoch times which is a great newspaper that if i had to use one story to summarize the times in which we live i might use this one. Us district judge named paul moloney appointed by the way by george w. bush which doesn't mean anything but is of interest ready. Federal judge rules against natural immunity clean challenging cova nineteen vaccine mandate federal judge on october. Eighth denied a request to blocked michigan state. University's covert nineteen vaccine mandate on the basis of natural immunity employee at the school. Gena norris filed a lawsuit against the mandate and asked the judge to intervene on the basis that she had already contracted covert nineteen and recovered. She presented to antibody tests showing her previous infection and her doctors told her that she didn't need to get the vaccine at this time. Despite her natural immunity norris faces termination from the university for not complying with the schools. Mandate that all students and staff get the shop unless they have a medical or religious exemption. Why isn't that a medical exemption. Us district judge. Paul moloney an appointee of former president. George w bush declined her lawsuit the mandate maloney said did not violate her fundamental rights and pointed to one thousand nine hundred zero five supreme court ruling. That's what they all point to the jacobson ruling. This court must apply the law from the supreme court. Jacobson essentially applied rational basis review and found that the vaccine mandate was rational in protecting the public health and public safety

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Texas executions face delays over religious rights claims

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

Texas executions face delays over religious rights claims

"Texas executions faced delays over religious rights executions in the nation's busiest capital punishment state faced a lays amid questions over Texas's refusal to allow spiritual advisers to touch people as they're being put to death it's unclear when Texas may carry out another execution after the U. S. supreme court's decision to hear religious freedom claims from death row inmate John Henry Ramirez several other inmates have since made similar claims courts have put some of their executions on hold Texas and Missouri have been the only states to execute inmates during the cove in nineteen pandemic so far I'm Walter Ratliff

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"u. s supreme court" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:36 min | 9 months ago

"u. s supreme court" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The hard left is stumping for two things that she'd just absolutely scare you. Court packing Statehood for the District of Columbia. Barack Obama's bag man. Former attorney general Eric Holder. Has blasted Democrats for not pushing those two issues hard enough. Let's talk about court packing. Court packing was tried by FDR and it blew up in his face because both Democrats and Republicans recognize that hey, if if we politicize the U. S Supreme Court, which is already kind of politicized By just saying, Okay, we were in power. We're going to expand the court from nine members to you know 15 members. And then we're gonna appoint six new Supreme Court justices so we can get a majority. Republicans would come back and they say no, we're reducing tonight. You don't do the Supreme Court that way. Historically, it's been it knowing it should remain at night. I think the Democrats are probably scared of blowback by packing it. But when we get back from the break I want to talk about D C. Statehood. Because this is the one that I mean court packing is bad enough. But when you think about Statehood for the District of Columbia. That flies in the face of everything the founders met when they established a seat of government. In the District of Columbia. It's the situation with Michael Brandon K away news radio. Let's see whether nothing traffic.

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"u. s supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:33 min | 10 months ago

"u. s supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"He'd find 5616161. It's the accident. Morgan's talking tax line one of the textures. This is a big picture comment, but I get where he's coming from Jeff from Ingleside, Illinois. Loser, the American people, Republicans and Democrats fighting with each other. Instead of doing their jobs and working for the country. Look at what happened with the stimulus bill. Congress decided to take three months off form or toe work on election stuff running for office if you're a senator, or congressman or congresswoman, Not doing the work that many people Many elected officials said, needed to be done, which was get another stimulus bill money into the hands of people who needed it People out of work people feeling the pinch financially from the pandemic. Instead, they played around in politics. That's the danger of the hyper partisan world we live in. Now. That's why I tell Republican friends of mine. You could get all wound up in a knot over this election. The bottom line is Joe Biden. Donald Trump. Your life is going to go on. You're probably gonna have the same job afterward. You're still gonna be in the same family situation. Same friends driving the same car. Not much is gonna change. Thankfully, this is this is something I give the credit The president credit for. We have a Supreme court that I think Is not a reactionary, but they delivered of body that says We're not going to rush to make judgments, and anybody who wants to China change the direction of the U. S. Supreme Court. That's not a good thing in my mind. Let's have people that are thoughtful, intelligent and smart. Yes, it's conservative. But as we've seen not only Wisconsin but the U. S Supreme Court level Even conservatives when presented with fax, and I'm talking about the election stuff here right now. Make the right call. The weight. It's even though they were appointed. In the case of the U. S. Supreme Court by this president they were able to weigh Information and make the right decision that should encourage people that we have a court and courts that are interested in doing the right thing for the American public, not reactionary. Not trying to make law on the courts, but but taking a slower, more delivered of pace to make sure that the country's moving in the right direction bit of a long winded response to that, But it's Zumbi that matters to people. The bottom line is your life will go on. We tend to have this conversation on social media last night, we tend to get so. Emotional and irrational when it comes to politics to the point that we are abandoned logic in the state, and that's the frustrating thing for me, one of the other ones I had for for losers. Woz. And this is this is gonna make some people mad. It's irritating to me. That's not gonna be Miller Park anymore. It just irritates me. Now I understand how that stuff works. I'm not gonna hate American families a great company and they put their money where their mouth is. Great thing. I'm gonna miss Miller Park. Let's put it that way. And it's American family field. As of a couple days ago, we accepted, I accepted. But for me, boy, that's a That's an opportunity that it just changes the nature of our community in the way that I thought Miller Park would always be there, and it's not that that's just something I put on the list. Well, will you call it American family or use Because I've said I was watching. I forget which channel it was, but they were doing a poll after this came out, and people were adamant. No, I'm keeping it Sma Miller Park to me. That's all there is to it. So are you going to change? I mean, we didn't have problems going from the Bradley Center to the fighter forum. So why would we have all what this is? Just because there was a new building. Yeah, probably. And you know what? I still I still occasion. I've done this a couple times on the show called the County Stadium. That shows you how old I am one and two. How you hang out the titles. I think it Z something that will get used to Probably call it Miller Park for a long time. But it doesn't mean I'm not going to call them American family field or AM FAM field, and some people think that's gonna be shortened to. I'm sure that I'll do that one called upon to talk about the the the stadium on the show because it's the right thing to do. They anted up the money. Great company, Great Wisconsin company. I have no problem with that. I accept that reality. Let's do this quick break. We got a couple callers lined up lots of texts, winners and losers for 2020. You're welcome to join the conversation. As always, We'll do that after the break right here in Wtmj, don't go anywhere. Stephen Carol return shortly on WTMJ. She's on the.

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"u. s supreme court" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"u. s supreme court" Discussed on KQED Radio

"No, it's of course, hard for me to say how the courts will rule the Supreme Court. Essentially the US Supreme Court especially essentially upheld the state Supreme Court's ruling that said, Yeah, as you mentioned if a ballot is postmark tomorrow By PM it will count as long as received by Friday, U S. Supreme Court upheld that and it seems the pattern is the U. S. Supreme Court has upheld decisions made by state courts about their own ability rules. Even though they've overturned. I'm some decisions made by federal judges on their own. But of course there is this kind of open question. There was some of the justices have kind of said, You know, we're going to let this go for now because there's not enough time between now and the election. But afterwards we may revisit it. And of course, we'll have a justice bearing on the court. Should that happen again. So Mr Shapiro has really from the outset of From his own career as a G. He was elected in 2016 alongside Mr Trump on DH. He's taken a sort of pugnacious approach to the Trump Administration. I'm really throughout his tenure, Mr Shapiro is up for re election. A CZ Well, tomorrow I'm in is facing a Republican opponent who's who's tried to say, You know, he's politicizing this office too much. I want to get backto, You know, just doing what ages air supposed to Dio. So there's there's a bit of posture. A bit of. Ah, positioning going on within his own race as well. That's kind of bound up in all of this. This is playing out. Well, that's why we have you there on the ground, knowing that, But your attorney general has also called out people who might come and try to intimidate voters. He says. We've got something for you, I think, meaning a jail cell. Is there. Concern about what? You know what might happen while given the stakes there? Yeah. I mean, I can tell you that I don't want to alarm anybody. I was here in 2016. There were a lot of similar concerns about what you know what might happen if the poles and it was a very quiet day. 2016 was a very quiet day while the voting was going on. The wheels came off afterwards, but not a lot of action going on at the Poles. It was at election court here in Allegheny County. Or Pittsburgh is and the lawyers were just like doing trivia quiz is with his father towards the end of day, just nothing happening. But there is definite concern that this might not be like that that this might be more kind of Ah, fraught environment and I can tell you they're activist groups who are going to be on hand at a lot of polling places. Just keeping an eye on things. People happen, sort of training and conflict of escalation. We'll leave it at that politics and government editor there on the ground in Pittsburgh will check that there. It's here now. Through one of the most tumultuous presidential campaigns in decades, The polls have stayed relatively static. Donald John Trump is not guilty as charged in the first particles of impeach more than 6.6 Million Americans filed for unemployment. What changed and what did during this roller coaster campaign this afternoon on all things considered from NPR News. It starts on DVD public radio at 4 30 this afternoon along with greedy news. On Jack let PR.

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"u. s supreme court" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"u. s supreme court" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The news. Radio, K o b. J 10 31 Hope you have a great day. If you're just joining us, one of the things were discussing Is a 44 votes and the U. S Supreme Court last night. This effectively allows Pennsylvania's new mail in voting rules to stand The state Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, is upholding these new rules that were created by the secretary of state not elected state lawmakers. This was challenged in the U. S. Supreme Court deadlocks. Therefore, the state Supreme Court ruling stands and it says that mail in ballots must be counted up to three days after the election. Ballots received that have no or an illegible postmark must also be counted. And so there you have it. This will stand in the state of Pennsylvania. Sam is on Mo Pack a 10 32. Hey, Sam. Good morning. How are you doing? Hey, Good morning, guys. Great shows always Melinda really enjoyed watching you are listening to you grow in the station. It's been a pleasure. Thank you. Yeah, I just wanted to kind of talk about the last guy. I was, um, I guess referencing as faras. We're going to catch the fraud A couple of years later that silly in states where they may even investigate that hyper fraud. I doubt that's going to go down and Pennsylvania Illinois. Um and when there's a little bit of crime on the surface that gets caught, there's always a ton of it underneath. So that's kind of where I'm at with that. I'm glad we were catching this stuff. But you don't hear enough of these stories that you know it's going on Maurin these little races and, yeah, that guy got elected by a few votes. But what did he fill out on the rest of the ballot for the Congressman? Senator, You know the congressional vote and all the writing. It's concerning. To me. These rules on elections should be created by the elected members of the Legislature. It shouldn't be up to one. A specific person to unilaterally change. The rules that are in place by the elected representatives agreed because you have a situation like we do this year, and that is okay. Well, there's been come some concern about Melun ballots and you have them people deciding, Okay, we're going to send a melon ballot to everybody and let them send it in, and we're going to change the rules as to when you have to have it in and what it has to look like when you do so. But if you do that, what's the point of having rules for election if they could just be changed per each election? Listen, You have a great day. Thanks very much. 51283605 90 Frank is in round rock at 10 34 with Mark and Melinda. Hey, Frank. Good morning. Hey, Good morning. I hope you guys are doing well. I really enjoyed the show. Thank you. One of the thing and I'm not a native Texan. But I do live in Texas. And I'm proud to live in Texas and I've lived here for several years now and one of the things I've noticed. Recently. Is that in the political ads, why is it that these candidates are afraid to state their party affiliations? You just don't see it? It used to happen, but you don't see M. J. Hagar saying she's a Democrat. You don't see John Cornyn saying he's a Republican..

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"u. s supreme court" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"u. s supreme court" Discussed on KTOK

"The U. S. Supreme Court to intervene in a mail in ballot K. At issue should Rhode Island election officials to be allowed to eliminate witness signatures in notary requirements for voting by mail. In an emergency request. The RNC is seeking a decision from the Supreme Court before mail in ballots go out tomorrow. If the court is unable to rule on substance, Republicans are requesting a temporary stay. The move comes after a federal appeals court ruled word island can relax the requirements due to the Corona virus pandemic. Rachel Sutherland Fox's Russia has become the first country to approve a Corona virus vaccine, but the move was met with international skepticism and Ani's because the shots have not been widely tested. Russian President Vladimir Putin says one of his adult daughters was inoculated. And that the vaccine provides immunity to the virus. However, authorities have over no proof to back up the claim of its safety or effectiveness. Scientists in Russia and other countries say a rush to start using the vaccine could backfire. France's prime minister, sounding an alarm as Corona virus infection spread again, Francis Prime minister saying people are becoming careless about the Corona virus. Jean Cast ex calling for a new collective effort to contain the spread is case numbers rise following the lifting of a nationwide locked down Prime minister, saying the rebound risks becoming hard to control. 20 major cities are expected to face new restrictions on a ban on large events is being extended through October. In London, Simon Oh, in Fox News Judge government plans to water mandatory quarantine for people who are known to have been exposed to covert 19. That's according to the country's national broadcaster. The decision comes after 55% jump in the number of cases in the country in the past week on Wall Street, the Dow Lost 10 for the NASDAQ off 1 85 Only Scylla. Sarah, this is Nice evening out there Skies and stay fair. No metro chance of rain. A light easterly breeze in 78 69 for a low in the morning with a light easterly breeze so briefly, mild and then getting hot again tomorrow afternoon. Mostly sunny and the temperature jumps to 95 in Oklahoma City, with a South East breeze at 8 to 16. Look for at least 96 on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and mostly dry and mostly sunny lows in the mid seventies..

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"u. s supreme court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"u. s supreme court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"U. S. Supreme Court has ruled that federal law does protect gay and transgender workers from job discrimination it's a watershed decision that gives millions of LGBT people in dozens of states civil rights they have sought for decades Bloomberg Supreme Court reporter Greg store explains more about what the justices were actually deciding this is a matter of interpreting the nineteen sixty four Civil Rights Act that law says that you can't discriminate against somebody on the basis of sex and the core question for the court in this case was a somewhat technical question which is whether that freight words sacks covers sexual orientation and gender identity identity and the Supreme Court today said yes it does justice Neil Gorsuch and Chief Justice John Roberts joined the court's four liberals in the six to three majority covered nineteen cases can when.

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"u. s supreme court" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"u. s supreme court" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Another reminder my dad will be that's why he's on the broadcast today I will be before the U. S. Supreme Court tomorrow usually we'd be in Washington DC right now joining fan it would be crammed into the studio there and he probably wouldn't be on busy preparing for tomorrow's oral argument but I didn't he would be walking into the Supreme Court the morning taking our seats I'd be taking my seat that you're with the attorneys table or at the but the bar and they'll be joined there too and a lot of family and my dad be presenting before the U. S. Supreme Court representing president trump we live in a different world right now is Kobe date T. the Supreme Court is doing these oral arguments by phone what's unique for you hi what would they be bizarre for us but unique for you is that because they're done by phone and I think this is cool for everybody including all of us you can actually listen live they're actually putting these out live so you're gonna get to hear a case and there's two of them there's actually three two were combined into one that's a house case trying to get the president's tax returns for no legitimate purpose in that it Hey the second case my dad is arguing with the local DA try to get the president's tax returns I I get a state official state law for service to try to criminally investigate a present you'll hear a lot about tomorrow if you listen did while they're in office which is exactly what the founding fathers didn't want to happen there are thousands of local district attorneys around the country nothing against any of them maybe do a fine job but if you allow them to start investigating presence United States many are elected on a partisan basis you can see where this could cause a lot of concerted impeding the work of the presidency which is what the founders had in mind is that this would be the work of the presidency so again my dad will be arguing we'll be live streaming it so the first case starts around I starts at ten AM eastern time they've been pretty good about starting all the time so that's ten A. M. eastern time at these cases user always our site can usually tell you Hey but that'll be up right at eleven but because it's been done by phone a live they've some of road as long as an hour and a half an hour you know an hour and a quarter so I mean if you like I what I would say is prepared for my dad between eleven fifteen at eleven thirty is safe thank you for your if you're watching online if you're walking through our through our social media will be sure probably C. span or if you're watching C. span and hope is the cover it live do you have to worry about commercials I think some you know some of the cable news will go in and out of that because it involves the president at the US Supreme Court but they may wait for the audience died and then go to it if you don't worry about commercials and things that you're gonna watch on TV at home I think the best is to go to sea span I did a media we follow the argument so probably as late as one PM probably not too much earlier than that eastern time but it's going to join you on Facebook live to break down the argument for you and maybe even take some of your questions about it so again a unique experience for all of you who have followed his career offers some of you for many many years for many decades yeah I go back to his first Supreme Court case who's younger than I am today now a representing the president of the United States before the US Supreme Court it what the media's call if it's well it's a it's a it's controversial it's Abbas presidential power and I think it even though it's on the ACLJ case I always say this the fact that our chief counsel the ACLJ chosen by the president to present the president's case before the highest court in the land says a lot about the legal professional legal abilities of those was the ACLJ and our chief counsel specifically his work before the Supreme Court happens we might as well but then I think it's just a cool moment for everybody who is fall the ACLJ for a long time it even though even newcomers who may be K. because of my presence who've come to the I learned about your position because of my dad's ended ours represent that it divest outside the cells a representation of the president have come to know more about the ACLJ it's really cool opportunity because they get to hear it live live audio which is just unheard of it's never happened before yeah no question about it Jordan I really do think it's a can't miss opportunity look I think there's a Primark court arguments being streamed live is can't miss for all Americans honestly but for those who have a relationship through this program with your dad in which through the ACLJ and know about the other work that we do the opportunity gets for that real time glimpse into really how your dad built his career in the place where some of this the most formative moments at work Jordan I think it's absolutely can't miss I think everybody should be tuned in and quite frankly I think they should take a look at the rest of the schedule as well and and learn more about how the court proceeds and while we're in this unique time you know Obama's chief of staff Denis McDonough said an email to Samantha power and Susan rice right after the election saying that at present bomb was going away for awhile for awhile and and she should to it's pretty significant especially given ricin power's unmasking roll thing and end this idea that they weren't going away for a while in fact they were cute they were figuring out exactly how to stay and keep their minions working even when they were going to be leaving the White House they weren't ready to say goodbye to the Susan rice was the water color reference right that we did everything by the book here at the White House noted everything finished out by the book at the White House that in fact they they were continuing to make sure that their directions were clear to those officials who become their friends those bureaucrats to become their friend at the FBI and DOJ about what to keep doing to undermine the incoming administration that they hated so much yeah I do and I actually think this is really significant we told our audience time and time again that part of our for your practice we would get a lot of pieces to the puzzle that may not make sense until later but you always had to be prepared to sort of match them up against current news and our fourteen was reminding me about this email but just a few minutes ago she present Obama's chief of staff Denis McDonough after the election sending a message to Samantha power and Susan rice saying that the president is going to quote go away for a while and they should to Jordan when you lay that against the news that we're talking about right now that president Obama was really at the spearhead of this scheme and then Samantha powers and Susan rice were to the individuals that were frequently unmasking individuals inside the administration inside the government American citizens of Jordan it tells you a lot they're they're gonna quote go away for a while and that that instruction is really being given to Samantha power and Susan rice as well we don't know L. all of the strings that this leads to right now but I think that's another telltale sign when laid against the news from today Jordan that president Obama was at the very top of this and he was giving orders down through the ranks I think those two officials probably saw it as their queue that this would be in the background for a while but guess what president Obama seems to be out front on this again I mean I know that was a leak from that call Jordan leaks from calls in DC those are very rarely accidental he I think he was intentionally absolutely present via one of the troops know what to do how to start writing those op as what to start saying how to mimic what Adam Schiff said that this is set justice back in changing the justice process that sickens me when you see somebody was wrongly charged wrongly charged and and the wrong is starting to be righted and they're so upset about it because of.

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"u. s supreme court" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"u. s supreme court" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"As the U. S. Supreme Court rules that sewage plants and other industries cannot avoid environmental requirements under the landmark clean water protections when they send dirty water on an indirect route to rivers oceans and other waterways from pacifica radio KPFA in Berkeley KPFK in Los Angeles this is the evening news I'm mark mark the house of representatives today passed a four hundred eighty four billion dollar corona virus relief bill the measure had overwhelming support but another bill to create an oversight committee sparked heated debate with Republicans saying it was motivated by partisan hatred of president Donald Trump K. deface Christopher Martinez reports most lawmakers wore masks scarves or bandannas says they convenes to vote on a pair of coronavirus bills in the house of representatives the easier vote was on a four hundred eighty four billion dollar measure to fund small and medium sized businesses hospitals and testing for many the vote was personal representative Maxine waters a Democrat from California I not only rise in support of this legislation this the enhancement act I also would like to rise in support of what we're doing for the health care enhancement act in this bill that I'm going to take a moment to dedicate this litigation legislation to my dear sister who is dying in a hospital in.

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"u. s supreme court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"u. s supreme court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Please and for the ranks of those adapting to the pandemic by working from home and it might never have been an option before and the U. S. Supreme Court on Monday the court announced that it would hear oral arguments in ten cases still in its docket next month by what they call telephone conference no those are oral arguments ironically there will be more open to the public than in normal times as the press will be able to listen in and record them and play them back on shows like this it's usually no cameras or microphones at the Supreme Court this is gonna be different those coming cases include ones dealing with the release of the president's taxes and other financial records and members of the electoral college might refuse to follow how their states voted the so called faithless electors and someone told me Ruth pater Ginsburg is still going into the Supreme Court building to use the gym Kate McKinnon take note so to talk about what we know about how this will all work and what's at stake in these actual cases I'm joined by Jamie Floyd W. N. Y. C.'s All Things Considered host and legal analyst Hey Jamie hello Brian so the court has postponed its work before because of pandemics I understand that's why isn't right there there is a little history but you know the court is low that to alter its calendar Brian not after sandy they only postponed by one day even though the rest of the capital shut down it carried on after nine eleven despite national turmoil into the month of October so the court is only postponed after the nineteen eighteen flu pandemic they noted this in the press release in March related to covert nineteen and shorten the term once in seventeen ninety two and again in seventeen ninety eight in response to yellow fever outbreaks so very very few postponements or curtailments of the calendar the only postponement really after the nineteen eighteen flu pandemic so this is really quite unprecedented they love to follow precedent at the Supreme that's correct at least they say they do so this one is unprecedented but not only will they hear arguments by telephone conference but as I said they will allow for a live audio stream and that's also unprecedented usually the audio was released only much later reporters cannot record anything while covering the court and so the folks only here live if they're in the room so do we think this might allow the live audio to take root and keep going even when they get back to the bench well there's the good the bad and the ugly of this moment of course they could not hear arguments the chamber holds five hundred people so that was out of the question and as you say Brian on Monday the justices announce that they will hear ten of the remaining cases set for argument by telephone not zoom not facetime teleconference why why do you think not soon let's say I you know I think it was their comfort level and you know it's interesting that you ask that Brian because it's worth noting that state supreme courts have been hearing arguments with video but the Supreme Court stopped short of taking that step up but as you say they will for the first time open a live audio feed so it's good and it's bad you know there are some difficulties I think for the court you know they like to cut in and interrupt each other and the attorneys so they're going to have to set some ground rules I like asking questions perhaps in order of seniority that might be my humble suggestion for doing this over the telephone it's also going to be I think challenging for the attorneys a lot of oral argument Brian if you've been in the in the courtroom or in any court room is an in person affair facial expressions of a wink and nod some humor all of that lost on the telephone it's even lost in video conference to some extent but it's really lost on the telephone so this is going to be challenging but as you suggest Brian the positive is that there will be this live audio feed the first ever and we will have this opportunity to hear for the first time the arguments in real time and you know there has been in the past Brian an opportunity to receive a feed after the fact as you've you and I have many times experienced over the last twenty years or so are there have been thirty cases if you were really about twenty seven cases that they've released the live audio feed for after the fact but and of course we get transcripts but never in real time have we had an opportunity to hear the arguments as they happen so we'll see Brian if it sticks right I don't know they've been very much against cameras in the courtroom maybe this is the chief who has indicated an openness unlike his predecessor Chief Justice Rehnquist and openness to cameras maybe this is his stealth way of opening the door to that possibility will not be able to report on and crucial Supreme Court arguments with sound bites on the same day instead of leaving it to Nina Totenberg to describe in detail copy she does so well is that part of the study to did you say that the Supreme Court justices frequently interrupt each other during oral argument I know they interrupt the lawyers to keep them on point and keep them moving but they interrupt each other is a gag rule so politically correct what is it I think it's with a little touch of humor they'll jump in and I sort of fill out a foster interjection in addition to a question I so yes there's there's interruption of the attorneys which is part of the sort of a playful way in which they are moving the argument along if they feel they've heard enough of a particular answer the way Brian sometimes you'll move me along and and yes they will interrupt one another as well I'm not as much but sometimes they do yes and that's going to be next to impossible I believe in a telephone oral argument and as I said also difficult for the the attorneys to read the judges and and difficult for reporters to read the judge's Nina Totenberg and the like to read the judges as we so often tried reading tea leaves I think maybe it'll be a favor for us because I think often were wrong citizen in Manhattan has a question about these telephone oral arguments houses on your on W. NYC with Jamie Floyd I thank you I'm just trying to find out if those oral arguments are going to be available to the general public yes good yes that is that is the exciting for court watchers news the exciting news here is that for the first time ever we will be able to hear these arguments in real time on Monday the justices announcing that we will be able to hear these arguments as they happen J. O. N. E. we're not in any person with a phone can call in and listen in no I think it will be through through us Brian through news media and I have to say much of this Susan is yet to be worked out we don't even know which arguments we will be hearing when because the schedules of the attorneys need to be worked out the court is still working out exactly how this technology is going to work they simply announced that for the first time now I'm quoting from the press release they will open a live audio feed as the court hears arguments in ten cases and I know buying you wanted to talk a bit about what those cases will be what Susan the precise details of it eight including with which cases will be heard when are still being worked out by the court so we'll take a very short break right now then we'll come back and talk about those cases that.

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"u. s supreme court" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"u. s supreme court" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The ruling went up to the U. S. Supreme Court and the conservative majority they're blocked extended voting in Wisconsin by a vote of five to four well of course the Supreme Court is used to voting while social distancing everybody knows is they at least six feet away from Brett Kavanaugh after he's moved is this this these she it's so the the I welcome back folks on.

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"u. s supreme court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"u. s supreme court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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"u. s supreme court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"u. s supreme court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The U. S. Supreme Court was established on the principles of fairness dignity and impartiality but it's really a mess finally on the phone and I want to tell you about a new show I'm working on called five to four nine justices to compose the Supreme Court not the smartest people in the country now we are that every leader Rhiannon and Michael are gonna take on a legally dubious Supreme Court decision listen and subscribe to five to four free wherever you get your podcasts from the Westwood One podcast network conversations great news we found a pot at the end of the rainbow but it wasn't full of gold it was full of four thousand dollars in cash and we want to give it to you I think you have the luck of the Irish teacher to win the luck of the Irish giveaway today and you could win a pot full of cash this will be a Saint paddy's day holiday you'll never forget to add or stop by our site today and try your luck at winning the luck of the Irish giveaway Dr yes the breezy chapters of this wonderful book speak of eternity but they also remind us that we don't have to wait that long to do god's work and further his designs yet rabbi Joseph protest X. new book just give me a minute insights from the radio rabbi go to just give me a minute dot net sponsored by power express mortgage why pay more than you have to go to power.

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"u. s supreme court" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"u. s supreme court" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"U. S. Supreme Court was established on the principles of fairness dignity and impartiality but it's really a mess finally on the phone and I want to tell you about a new show I'm working on called five to four nine justices to compose the Supreme Court not the smartest people in the country no we are that every Peter Rhiannon and Michael are gonna take on a legally dubious Supreme Court decision listen and subscribe to five to four free wherever you get your podcasts from the Westwood One podcast network conversations and why tomorrow you may take a while you always learn something my glove and he is on the radio no more margin on talk radio five sixty KSFO show the pool fees for the conservative media diet then now eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one may I say something in my own defense actually made on behalf and it's not intended to be braggadocious and anyway stick with me I'm not looking to make a headline I'm not looking to separate myself from everybody else I look at the facts have a lot of experience in campaigns I am looking at this information reporting it to you in what people were saying Joe Biden was out after Iowa and they were saying he's really out after New Hampshire now they're saying is really really out A. for Nevada I said listen nobody's really voted yet just hang in there he may be out he may not be a I don't know if he's out or not but it's way too early to say he's out with South Carolina coming in even after South Carolina super Tuesday it's just not the case and it's not the case I was never the case nah I'm not gonna tell you who was way out on a limb but people want to go way out on a limb so they can see I told you I'm smarter and analysis I don't who cares it's not about me it's not about them check I'm telling you what's coming in now but the numbers are it looks like Joe Biden could have a pretty damn good night but it also looks like Sanders will do okay if not well he's got California but I suspect Biden's gonna win Texas she got a real horse race going on here yes I keep running to the left but you know what I mean people are projecting their once on to their analysis I'm not projecting my once one of my now I want them all to be defeated especially want Sanders to be defeated I don't hide that but that's not the point I've been around way too long I worked in the seventy six Reagan campaign were lost state after state after state after state police sitting president Gerald Ford and then comes North Carolina a firewall built by Jesse Helms in any wins anyways state after state after state after state I don't remember the exact number but Gerald Ford had a little over a hundred more delegates than Reagan that's it in seventy six so that's my experience I was involved in that campaign so I know enough to say you can't write biting off yet no bags no rackets and I said it's also binds no regular but Sanders a crazy yes may I say with all due respect somebody's got that going for but they're just not enough states and just not enough votes after three very small states come in terms of population have people not Biden is an idiot and I will say this our wonderful president has been blessed with idiots running against Scott a Marxist he's got a moron it's got a fake Indian and he's got an oligarch as soon as this team lined up even before this at the beginning but Cory Booker and this guy Bennett and come out Harrison that Gillette branded on and on and on I told you I've never seen a weaker group of candidates for me the party never it remains a very very weak group and that's a good thing but don't underestimate the power of the media don't underestimate what they've done to our voting system don't underestimate how they've changed the demographics of this country so the president still is up against it and we must fight every one of these battles like we're way behind like the military fights we have to fight politically without the weapons obviously but politically that's how I've always you this and every election now it's at least twenty five dead after tornadoes said Tennessee folks that's a lot of people and the devastation is unbelievable in Nashville Tennessee and again I'm only mentioning this in context with the corona virus because people are worried about what the corona virus could become I am too I understand that the look of mother nature is capable of horrible horrible things pretty tough to get out of the way of a tornado when you're not sure it's coming when you're sleeping at night just flopping around like a nothing Charbel you know you pay off your I. arrested if he could but you can't right you know the money you get further and further behind then you panic now you're asking this important question is this the day the IRS shows up at my.

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"u. s supreme court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"u. s supreme court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"One eight hundred eight four eight ninety two twenty two maybe the biggest political day of the year outside of course the election coming up in November it says the U. S. Supreme Court was established on the principles of fairness dignity and impartiality but it's really a mess finally on the phone and I want to tell you about a new show I'm working on called five to four nine justices to compose the Supreme Court not the smartest people in the country no we are that every Peter Rhiannon and Michael are gonna take on a legally dubious Supreme Court decision listen and subscribe to five to four free wherever you get your podcasts from the Westwood One podcast network conversations great news we found a pot at the end of the rainbow but it wasn't full of gold it was full of four thousand dollars in cash and we want to give it to you I think you have the luck of the Irish teacher to win the luck of the Irish giveaway today and you could win our pot full of cash this will be a Saint paddy's day holiday you'll never forget to add or stop by our site today and try your luck at winning the luck of the Irish giveaway Dr Sanjay Gupta driving under the influence this coming to have a whole new meaning about Sanjay Gupta CNN's chief medical correspondent marijuana both medicinal and recreational is becoming legal in more more states across the country but driving while high or stoned or whatever you wanna call it isn't legal anywhere still a recent CDC report found that almost five percent of drivers say they've driven under the influence of marijuana male drivers are more likely to do this than female drivers and people who reported doing it skews younger the authors of the study say this is of special concern since newer drivers already have a greater risk of causing an accident previous research I should note has found that using marijuana can alter a driver's judgement perception ability to think clearly and reaction time look you wouldn't drive drunk so you shouldn't drive under the influence of marijuana.

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"u. s supreme court" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"u. s supreme court" Discussed on WJR 760

"The U. S. Supreme Court agrees to decide a lawsuit that challenges the Obama health care law correspondent Sarah Murray provides some details such a huge deal they decided to to to take that to decide the fate of the affordable Care Act but because the next term does not begin until October it will likely not be decided until after the next election cruise ship passengers quarantined at the Travis Air Force base in California for the past two weeks are set to be released here's correspondent Dan Simon in Fairfield California in a very long ordeal for these folks who've been basically holed up in a motel here at the Travis Air Force base for fourteen days under this federally mandated quarantine we understand approximately two hundred or so passengers here they'll go to some merry ports and then hop on flights and then hopefully reconnect with their friends and family here is what is at the heart of stock market fears of coronavirus correspondent Christine Romans explains how companies are reacting there are companies already making very big plans for keeping people at home for canceling conferences for restricting travel for having people really kind of retrenchment retrenchment is something that you know will save some companies money but means they'll be less economic activity right now the Dow Jones thirty industrials are up seventy five the number of corona case buyer a corona virus cases in the U. S. has increased to eighty nine the first two deaths were confirmed the director of the National Institute of infectious diseases Dr Anthony Fauci explains the concept of community spread whenever you have a respiratory disease that's easily transmissible you're going to get community spreading this have become difficult to pinpoint the source of each and every infection and that's exactly what we're seeing in Washington state and now in several of the states throughout the country an outbreak in northern Italy has overwhelmed the public health system there officials are seeking to bring doctors out of retirement and trying to accelerate graduation dates for nursing students as of February twenty second in the current season there were at least thirty two million cases of flu in the U. S. there were three hundred ten thousand hospitalizations for flu and eighteen thousand flu deaths in the U. S. according to the CDC hospitalization rates among children and young adults this year by the standard flu have been unusually high with super Tuesday coming Bernie Sanders was in California giving his final pitch let me tell you something that you already know the candidate who wins in California has an excellent chance to win the democratic nomination Jack Welch has died a long time chairman and CEO of General Electric for twenty years he was considered by many of the business were what is the top CEO of major American businesses he also was vilified by his opponents for cutting thousands of jobs and turning G. from a manufacturing giant into financial services which led G. eat to failure later on after he left Jack Welch was eighty four the computer services company copy where it is being sold to B. M. C. a company based in Houston once again the Dow is up one hundred seventeen.

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"u. s supreme court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"u. s supreme court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A U. S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear religious rights case several other same sex couples should be able to be foster parents in San Francisco I'm at Baxter this is Bloomberg thanks a lot you are listening to Bloomberg business week more headlines coming out about the impact of the corona virus on big global companies MasterCard saying that he sees lower revenue growth on the impact of that virus seen growth two to three percentage points slower than previously discussed now seeing euro you you're over your net revenue growth of nine to ten percent in the first quarter that stock falling roughly two percent in the after market Carol yeah debit to half percent the company saying stressing the fundamentals of our business remains strong as our search volume and switch transaction growth remain in line with our expectations expectations however cross border travel and to a lesser extent cross border border e-commerce growth is being impacted by the corona virus as a result we now expect that if the trends we have seen recently primarily in our cross border drivers continue through the end of the quarter year over year net revenue growth in the first quarter will be approximately two to three percentage points lower than discussed on our January twenty ninth twenty twenty earnings call I mean this is the point isn't it you know the longer it goes on it is going to have a material impact on various companies and their businesses so they've got a you know they have obligations to investors to lay it out there and so the longer it happens in this is business that you will not necessarily get back right at some point right going to have to move forward but you know I'm not surprised to see on a day like this for companies are coming out the markets were battered stocks overall were battered that if you want to kind of dump some bad news this is not a bad time to do it well I'm glad you said that because that's exactly what it feels like to me as well that like this is the moment where everybody's going to come out and say okay I'm I'm just gonna put it out there maybe even if it's a little bit more conservative in saying that you know could be this bad or whatever it is so to get that out there now I mean certainly the idea master card in United both coming out and saying look folks things are going to be different they're going to be worse than we thought it can always rebound by that sort of getting that bad news out on the table as you say it may be that played a Kerr all right you're listening to Bloomberg businessweek kalma so along with Jason Kelly coming up we'll talk about brand intimacy this is Bloomberg I do check out today's Bloomberg business week podcast for a thorough discussion thoughtful discussion two of today's selloff with Randy wants to William o'neill and we get an inside look.

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"u. s supreme court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"u. s supreme court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Use the U. S. Supreme Court has ruled that the trump administration can divert military funds to pay for the construction of a border war the Chinese government has attracted attention in the past for trying to police the everyday behavior of its people as before the two thousand eight Olympics Beijing band spitting on sidewalks and used a variety of methods to encourage locals to form orderly lines when boarding buses one band this year is raising eyebrows inside China and out it's a new rule instituted into Chinese cities that prohibits men from wearing bikinis no not the bikini your probably imagining it's a ban on the so called Beijing bikini the look some men sport in the summer when they roll up their T. shirts even their torsos bear ironically Beijing bikinis aren't banned in Beijing itself so earlier this week it didn't take me long to come across a few during a walk in the city I'm in one of Beijing's beautiful city parks that the sun is just starting to set on a very hot muggy summer day here all week the temperatures have been in their thirties and this is the time of the day when the park starts to fill up when the temperatures are just cool enough for people bill to come out and relax and enjoy themselves and I have seen one one real Beijing bikini a man wearing denim shorts and running shoes he took his black tee shirt and pulled it up and tucked underneath his armpits exposing his spelling out that men in particular had quite a flat stomach but let me tell you there have been some quite we found Beijing bikini valleys on display as well but somehow it all just kind of fits in nobody really that's an island at the sight of of a man's torso a man's round stomach on display it's just part of the scene here the Beijing bikini is still allowed in China's capital but it's now bands and a few major cities in China team then and since you come.

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