35 Burst results for "Us District Court"

Julie Kelly: Judge McFadden Realized J6 Trials Were Political Trials

The Dan Bongino Show

01:17 min | Last month

Julie Kelly: Judge McFadden Realized J6 Trials Were Political Trials

"6th Julie these seem like political trials not legal trials I only got about a minute left but listen I get it that the judge the verdict rulings were not really great for the defendants but you got to applaud him for doing the right thing I mean can you imagine the pressure This judge must be under to conduct a star chamber there and just throw these people in jail no matter what I mean I really I would typically pick a jury over a judge trial but in this case I can't dispute them trying to pick a judge trial going forward It seems like the common sense move at this point your quick thoughts on that You really do and judge mcfadden now I've been a critic of his He's a Trump appointee He's gone along with DoJ He's holding men under pretrial detention orders including man accused of no violent crimes but he gets a little bit of a cheer here and I think that maybe he's realizing that the early narrative of this and the demands of this D.C. district court to make sure that they prosecuted and punished these defenses as harshly as they possibly could that maybe he's got a little bit of a conscience and now realizing that that's not such a good idea Certainly has nothing to do with justice or fair play has everything to do with politically prosecuting political dissidents in the United States of America including sending them to a political prison in the nation's capital

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American Greatness: Judge Acquits J6 Protester in First Defeat for DOJ

Mark Levin

01:14 min | Last month

American Greatness: Judge Acquits J6 Protester in First Defeat for DOJ

"I spoke briefly the other day about a federal district judge in Washington D.C. by the name of Trevor mcfadden Who appears to be the only federal judge Who actually believes in the rule of law there And the Intrepid should be Pulitzer Prize winning but the Mark Levin award winning Julie Kelly An American greatness site Just posted the following D.C. district court judge Trevor mcfadden today delivered a major blow to the Justice Department's aggressive prosecution of January 6th protesters Following a bench trial this week from Matthew Martin in New Mexico man charged with the most common misdemeanors related to the capital protests Judge mcfadden found Martin not guilty on all counts It is literally the first acquittal in a January 6th case The first and only one Nearly 800 Americans have been arrested and charged mostly on petty offenses For their involvement in the four hour disturbance that day she writes

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Donald Trump Sues Hillary Clinton and the DNC

The Larry Elder Show

01:06 min | Last month

Donald Trump Sues Hillary Clinton and the DNC

"Lawsuit. Here's what it says quote acting in concert, the defendants, and this is Hillary Clinton, the DNC committee, and several others. Maliciously conspired to weave a false narrative that their Republican opponent Donald Trump was colluding with a hostile foreign sovereignty. The actions taken in furtherance of their scheme falsifying evidence, deceiving law enforcement, and exploiting access to highly sensitive data sources are so outrageous subversive and incendiary that even the events of Watergate pale in comparison. It's a hundred page lawsuit filed in the U.S. D.C. court from a U.S. district court of southern district of Florida. And a spokesperson for Hillary Clinton responded with a one word statement nonsense. DNC spokesperson did not immediately respond to requests for comment from The Washington Post. More

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Carrie Severino: Ketanji Brown Jackson Has a Disturbing Track Record

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 2 months ago

Carrie Severino: Ketanji Brown Jackson Has a Disturbing Track Record

"We haven't seen a lot of coverage of this unlike the Trump era when we had the three justices confirmed where it seemed like every little thing they ever wrote or talked about was the focus of a front page New York Times story Who is this judge I mean I've read some about some very controversial decisions about unions and DHS DHS powers at the border seems she has a very expansive view of one of these living constitution views and that always kind of troubles me Yeah it's very troubling and it's even more troubling that she's refusing to even acknowledge what her view is on this perspective And that's that I think is what's going to have to be really explored during these confirmation hearings So judge Jackson has spent 8 years as a district court judge so she was running trials better at the federal level in the district of D.C. and then now just for less than a year at the appeals court in D.C. reviewing those same type of decisions But in that time she has a disturbing record of several opinions that were reversed by the D.C. circuit for going beyond her own jurisdiction as a judge And in a way that looks to me to be a characteristically political So she was often reviewing Trump era regulation in overturning them in ways that even the liberal judges of the D.C. circuit because that circuit is overwhelmingly liberal Even those judges were saying with going beyond her authority she had some very intemperate language she used about president Trump during that time in one of those opinions One of them she spent a lot of time waxing poetic about the benefits of illegal immigrants to society and then went on to decide a decision that the court again including liberal judges said no actually this is clearly an entirely left the Department of Homeland Security You don't get to decide as a judge how illegal immigrants are dealt with So that's the kind of thing that gives me real pause

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Biden Nominates Ketanji Brown Jackson to Supreme Court

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:27 min | 2 months ago

Biden Nominates Ketanji Brown Jackson to Supreme Court

"Biden will nominate judge Kate Brown Jackson to fill the vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court. It would be, of course, of course, the first black woman nominated to be a justice on the nation's highest court, fulfilling his promise. She's 51 years old. She serves on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia circuit. Interestingly, she is has only served and she'd be the youngest second youngest justice on the current court justice Amy Coney Barrett turned 50 in January. She only David souter. Came to the Supreme Court with less time on the federal appeals court. She is only served on the federal appeals court for 8 months. She was nominated a district court 8 months ago, you know what's an interesting fact, she's related by marriage to Paul Ryan. The former House speaker, who gave her a hearty endorsement. Paul Ryan of all people, the former House speaker, her husband's twin brother, is married to Paul Ryan's wife's sister.

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Judge rejects effort by Trump to toss Jan. 6 lawsuits

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Judge rejects effort by Trump to toss Jan. 6 lawsuits

"A federal judge has rejected former president Donald trump's efforts to toss out lawsuits claiming his actions led to the January sixth twenty twenty one insurrection at the U. S. capitol I'm Ben Thomas with the latest two capitol police officers and democratic congressman Eric Swalwell filed a lawsuit arguing that then president his son Donald Trump junior and attorney Rudy Giuliani made false and incendiary allegations of fraud and theft in in direct response to trump's express calls for violence a pilot mob attacked the U. S. capitol U. S. District Court judge Amit Mehta dismissed the charges against the younger trump and Giuliani saying their speech was protected by the first amendment but he said the former president's remarks were plausibly words of incitement not protected he added only in the most extraordinary circumstances would a president's speech not be protected but this is that case Ben Thomas Washington

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Caller Frustrated Joe Biden Excludes Black Men, Other Races for Supreme Court Justice Consideration

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 3 months ago

Caller Frustrated Joe Biden Excludes Black Men, Other Races for Supreme Court Justice Consideration

"You know? That's the word I've been using all day Harold. How about a black judge on a U.S. district court somewhere, some brilliant judge who hears the promise and the guarantee that he doesn't stand a chance because he's not a female. That's terrible. Exactly. I mean, it's offensive. I talk to my children about this quite a bit. Okay, what do you do with Asians? What do you do with Hispanics? What do you do with west Indian? I mean, you've just wiped all of them out and what's saddening for me and I'm gonna make a general statement is we as black people and it is general because there aren't those like myself who are not standing up for it, fall into this same old, same old scheme of allowing allowing another group or another political entity to tell us what we are and what we are not. And it's sickening. And I would think as a Supreme Court, justice or somebody that's up there, whoever he's picking, that should be offensive for them to want to step into those shoes because I know at my job, if I had found out that I was hired only because I was a black man, I'd be out of there in two seconds. Exactly. Why would you want to work for a place like that? You know Harold, I hope that your point is the point that Republicans make all through the nomination process not attacking her or going after her or grilling her because they're going to use that as a campaign tool for the midterms. And for me, it's all about the midterms. Listen, we're going to lose this. We there's nothing we can do about the seat. They've got the votes, unless Manchin cinema come over and they won't, they're not going to. They're not going to, they're not going to cross party line on this one. But I hope that's the point everybody could remember because decent normal, clear thinking people find this outrageous.

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Julie Kelly: D.C. District Judges Like Tanya S. Chutkan Are Performative

Mark Levin

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Julie Kelly: D.C. District Judges Like Tanya S. Chutkan Are Performative

"He think you're referring to Tanya chuck Ken who is a D.C. district court judge She is a black woman and she is handling several of these cases And in many instances Mark she is sentencing trespassers people who are pleading guilty to my favorite misdemeanor which is parading in the capital She is sentencing these people to jail time 30 or 60 days in prison for a class B misdemeanor which this court usually doesn't even handle And so and then she of course schools them from the bench the rates about being insurrectionists and trying to attack the capital So a lot of what I'm seeing by these D.C. district court judges is just performance art They are trying to get elevated by Joe Biden to another court And so I think that that is the judge that you're referring to

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Julie Kelly: ACLU, Government Doesn't Care About Awful Treatment of January 6th Detainees

The Dan Bongino Show

01:21 min | 4 months ago

Julie Kelly: ACLU, Government Doesn't Care About Awful Treatment of January 6th Detainees

"What Julie's doing and asking questions is doing the nation to service that the media used to do Julie but they don't seem to care And even worse they don't seem to care about the treatment of the January 6th prisoners either all these prison reform advocates are prison reform We've got too many people in jail We get when you talk about January 6th They're like throw them in the cell feed them dead rodents I mean what a bunch of frauds And let's keep in mind the people who are detained right now as I explained in my book in this D.C. gulag which has been opened just for January 6th defendants and they have not been convicted of any crime They are there denied bail at the request of Joe Biden's Justice Department With the consent of D.C. district court judges and we're talking everyone some wake and appointees Obama all the way to Trump appointees Signing off on pre trial detention orders to keep these men behind bars their trials keep getting moved I just listened to a trial this week a man who is turned himself in over a year ago his trial was supposed to start February 24th It now has been moved to April 20th Judge Emmett Sullivan yes that judge didn't even consider flatly rejected the idea of allowing him out of prison Awaiting a trial did he just moved back another two months

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Sebastian Sues to Block Jan. 6 Panel's Subpoena for Phone Records

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:43 min | 4 months ago

Sebastian Sues to Block Jan. 6 Panel's Subpoena for Phone Records

"Why is the subpoena for my phone records illegal and unconstitutional? The lawyers I have hired have done a bang up job and I'm going to tell you right now, this is the second half of what we filed in the D.C. district court late last night. Part four. The subpoena to Verizon violates telecommunication and privacy laws. In the, quote, findings section of the telephone records and privacy protection act of 2006 Congress noted that, quote, the unauthorized disclosure of telephone records, assaults, individual privacy. Therefore, the disclosure of such information quote without prior authorization from the customer to whom such confidential phone record information relates is expressly prohibited. 18 U.S. code paragraph ten 39 B subsection C while specific exemptions such as disclosure to law enforcement and emergency service provide provides apply those exemptions do not apply to the subpoena at issue here. Under the stored communications act and entity which provides electronic communications and remote computing services such as Verizon may not knowingly divulge quote a record or other information pertaining to a subscriber or to a customer of such a service or to any governmental entity. While certain government entities may require disclosure of such information, they may only do so if they obtain a warrant.

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Mark Levin Gives an Inside Look on Appointing Federal Judges

Mark Levin

01:31 min | 5 months ago

Mark Levin Gives an Inside Look on Appointing Federal Judges

"We have a judge appointed by president Trump by the name of Trevor mcfadden He is a district court judge in Washington D.C. and a lot of these district court judges I've explained this in the past Are not really the selection of a sitting president A lot of times you have to make deals To get them through the Senate So they make deals on district court judges not on circuit court judges unless that's changed And certainly not on Supreme Court Justices But you have situations in one you have a Republican president and you're looking at a Democrat area like the District of Columbia Where they'll cut a deal Let's say there's two trial judge seats that are open district court judge seats that are open And what they'll do the Democrats on Capitol Hill they'll say look we're going to block you guys If you try and put to Republicans in there so a president typically has to say all right look I'll get one and you pick one Or maybe there's three openings In and around New York City federal judge slots And a president will say I'm taking two I'll give you one I've seen that happen It had to happen with rag and it's happened with everybody But we drew the line at the appellate courts and certainly at the Supreme Court and I certainly hope Republican presidents have continued to do that So even though Trevor mcfadden was appointed by nominated by and then confirmed by the Senate by a president Trump it doesn't mean he's a Trump guy If you get my point is that pretty clear mister

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Prosecutors Have Nothing on Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 5 months ago

Prosecutors Have Nothing on Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

"So fantastic piece by Caroline like Caroline glick is a brilliant person born in America She's an Israeli Author senior columnist Israel hayom But she's writing here an opinion in the American newsweek website She says the corruption trial of former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Jerusalem district court has been ongoing for the past two months Things are not going well for the prosecutors Israel's state prosecution submitted a list of 333 witnesses It front loaded its best ones so far 8 have taken a stand and all of them have obliterated the prosecution's case Longtime Israeli juris and former prosecutors attest that this is the worst presentation of evidence they have ever seen They ought to see the car rittenhouse case But nonetheless For the past three years has really attorney general avatar manda built Mandelbrot Manda bullet And it sounds better in real German I don't you know And his colleagues built their case for indicting Netanyahu a long serving successful and popular prime minister By claiming their star witnesses had given them proof that Netanyahu's corrupt and dangerous Though a legal selective leaks from investigation rooms and prime time press conferences the state prosecution insisted that the witnesses had given them incontrovertible evidence that Netanyahu received a bribe in the form of positive coverage from a news website Manga belt claimed that in exchange for the bribe of positive coverage Netanyahu compelled regulators to provide the owner of the website with a sweetheart deal worth hundreds of millions of dollars Well well but over the past two months as one allegedly star witness after another took the stand each rejected manda belts

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 Hong Kong tycoon given 13 months jail for Tiananmen vigil

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Hong Kong tycoon given 13 months jail for Tiananmen vigil

"Hong Hong Kong Kong tycoon tycoon he's he's been been given given thirteen thirteen months months in in jail jail full full of of Tiananmen Tiananmen vigil vigil Hong Hong Kong Kong court court has has sentenced sentenced activist activist and and business business tycoon tycoon Jimmy Jimmy Lai Lai to to thirteen thirteen months months in in jail jail for for urging urging participation participation in in last last year's year's bound bound Tiananmen Tiananmen vigil vigil amid amid a a crackdown crackdown by by Chinese Chinese authorities authorities that that is is rolled rolled back back the the semi semi autonomous autonomous cities cities civil civil liberties liberties light light the the founder founder of of the the now now shuttered shuttered pro pro democracy democracy newspaper newspaper apple apple daily daily has has already already been been jailed jailed for for taking taking part part in in pro pro democracy democracy protests protests for for which which he he will will serve serve a a total total of of twenty twenty months months the the District District Court Court convicted convicted seven seven others others on on similar similar charges charges and and handed handed out out sentences sentences of of up up to to fourteen fourteen months months I'm I'm Charles Charles that's that's my my Hong Hong Kong Kong tycoon tycoon he's he's been been given given thirteen thirteen months months in in jail jail full full of of Tiananmen Tiananmen vigil vigil Hong Hong Kong Kong court court has has sentenced sentenced activist activist and and business business tycoon tycoon Jimmy Jimmy Lai Lai to to thirteen thirteen months months in in jail jail for for urging urging participation participation in in last last year's year's bound bound Tiananmen Tiananmen vigil vigil amid amid a a crackdown crackdown by by Chinese Chinese authorities authorities that that is is rolled rolled back back the the semi semi autonomous autonomous cities cities civil civil liberties liberties like like the the founder founder of of the the now now shuttered shuttered pro pro democracy democracy newspaper newspaper apple apple daily daily has has already already been been jailed jailed for for taking taking part part in in pro pro democracy democracy protests protests the the which which he he will will serve serve a a total total of of twenty twenty months months the the District District Court Court convicted convicted seven seven others others on on similar similar charges charges and and handed handed out out sentences sentences of of up up to to fourteen fourteen months months I'm I'm Charles Charles that's that's

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Freedom Fighters Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing on Law Enforcement's Targeting of Conservatives

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | 5 months ago

Freedom Fighters Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing on Law Enforcement's Targeting of Conservatives

"And we back with freedom fighters. Joe di genova and Victoria dancing. Okay, let's talk about the latest iteration of the targeting of conservatives by law enforcement. We have the January 6th commission. We have the narrative of an insurrection occurring. The only people who died were protesters, a woman shot by a police officer and other woman who according to Julie Kelly, assume we will have the evidence was beaten to death by or crushed. Crushed in the cross will be one of the tunnels underneath the capitol. That story is about to erupt. And then we have hundreds of people who have been tracked down geolocated thanks to Verizon AT&T accused of misdemeanors like trespass and then put in solitary. Can you talk to us during Victoria on the latest developments, the subpoenas against people like my former colleague Steve Bannon and others? And the approach of mock Meadows because he's taking an interesting tack isn't he with his response in the commission subpoena? Well, Mark Meadows was originally cooperating with his lawyer, but then they began to raise issues of executive privilege and the committee said they wouldn't recognize those. And they said they were going to then Mark suspended his cooperation. And then they said they were going to have a vote and refer mark for criminal contempt prosecution, which the Garland Justice Department will no doubt put into play because they are politically completely politically motivated at the Justice Department. Now under Garland, I'm very very, very sad to say. So wisely, meadow has filed a lawsuit in United States District Court, challenging the legality of the subpoenas claiming they are overbroad that they do not really constitute the legitimate means that Congress has at its

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Jury awards $25M in damages for Unite the Right violence

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

Jury awards $25M in damages for Unite the Right violence

"In a mixed verdict a jury awards millions in damages for violence that erupted during the twenty seventeen unite the right rally a jury has ordered white nationalist leaders and organizations to pay more than twenty five million dollars in damages over violence that erupted during the deadly twenty seventeen unite the right rally in Charlottesville after a nearly monthlong civil trial the jury in U. S. District Court deadlocked on two key claims but found the white nationalist liable on four other counts the suit was filed by nine people who suffered physical and emotional injuries during the two days of demonstrations attorney Roberta Kaplan said the plaintiffs lawyers plan to refile the suit so a new jury can decide the two claims this jury could not reach a verdict on I'm surely after

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The Washington Post Mocked Julie Kelly's Reporting of Terrible Inmate Conditions

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 6 months ago

The Washington Post Mocked Julie Kelly's Reporting of Terrible Inmate Conditions

"You also broke the story about the conditions in the D.C. corrections facility I had you on We talked about it We were mocked by The Washington Post's Philip bump who has never been to the facility to check out what took place whenever federal judge Royce Lambert who sent the U.S. Marshals in there at a surprise inspection and basically the judge said the conditions are disgusting They're unacceptable That detainees may have civil rights issues And I notice The Washington Post didn't pick up on that either Julie did you notice that Yes another thing that seems to be missing in this huge puzzle as they marked us and certainly is covered with more heated incendiary rhetoric every January 6th case in defendant they don't seem to be interested not only in the conditions that they found for the January 6th the political prisoner but also just the general conditions of that D.C. jail that so bad they're actually moving out 400 inmates and I'm also hearing word marks that they are going to be moving out a lot of the January 6th defendants as well It's just an abusive disgusting drug ridden hellhole for everyone who's there but it's important to note that the January 6th defendants have not been convicted of any crime yet They are simply there under pretrial detention orders dictated by D.C. district court judges who are as bad as federal

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Oklahoma court overturns $465M opioid ruling against J&J

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Oklahoma court overturns $465M opioid ruling against J&J

"The four hundred and sixty five million dollar opioid ruling against J. and J. has been overturned the Oklahoma Supreme Court has overturned a four hundred and sixty five million dollar opioid ruling against drug maker Johnson and Johnson finding that a lower court wrongly interpreted the state's public nuisance law the court ruled in a five one decision that the District Court in twenty nineteen was wrong to find that the New Jersey based J. and J. and its Belgium based subsidiary violated the state's public nuisance statute the High Court said the question is whether the company's marketing and sale of opioids created a public nuisance but that it was not minimizing the suffering of thousands of Oklahomans because of opioids I usually after

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 Biden sued over reversal of Trump-era abortion referral ban

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

Biden sued over reversal of Trump-era abortion referral ban

"Rossi a reporting a lawsuit is filed against the Biden administration over its reversal of the trump era abortion referral ban Ohio's Attorney General has filed a lawsuit in US District Court in Cincinnati against the bite did ministrations new federal regulations on abortion referrals by federally funded family planning clinics the lawsuit filed by Republican Dave Yost seeks to restore to trump era rules one requires federally funded family planning clinics to be physically and financially independent of abortion clinics the other require such clinics to refrain from referring patients for abortions eleven other states joined in the lawsuit hi Mike

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"us district court" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

04:50 min | 11 months ago

"us district court" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"That is taking the place where different types of discrimination come together the intersections if you will and she does set by taking a look at discrimination claims made by women who are suing major corporations because while they are protected from race based discrimination and from gender-based discrimination. They're not protected against the combination of those two things. So what she's looking at in that particular article is a case came up in nineteen seventy six case called degraffenreid versus general motors and in that case five. Black women sued gm For a seniority policy that they insisted made it virtually impossible for them to be promoted but the us district court for the eastern district of missouri ruled that since women had been promoted in gm and since black men had been promoted at gm. The plaintiffs couldn't claim discrimination. Although black women were not being promoted in that decision judge wangle and said the prospect of the creation of new classes of protected minorities governed only by the mathematical principles of permutation and combination clearly raises the prospect of opening the hackneyed pandora's box. So what is ultimately arguing is that we can have protection for individuals who fall into certain categories but not for any kind of protection across the intersection of those different biopsies. The intersection -ality of those different biases. It's a really important concept that takes a look at the reality of peoples lived lives as opposed to legal systems that run in highways. If you will. It takes a look at the fact that people's lives often cross highways and they're not in those larger highways if you will critical ray syrian intersection. -ality usually focus on exactly those types of situations where the law is inadequate to address on the ground..

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"us district court" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"us district court" Discussed on AP News

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"us district court" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"us district court" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"A seventeen percent increase from January of twenty nineteen state association of realtors says sales activities also increased by more than fourteen percent since January of twenty eighteen wrote a native running for the U. S. Senate main refusing a two hundred fifty dollar campaign donation from house speaker Nicholas miriello democratic Serra Gideon who grow up in east Greenwich challenging incumbent Republican senator Susan Collins Maddie ellos recently been embroiled in controversies a spokesman for the speaker confirms Maddie ellos check was returned but it is not clear why and a Massachusetts used car dealer who is facing federal charges arraigned in US District Court in Providence Rhode Landau Estrada allegedly conspired with others to defraud banks in Rhode Island and Massachusetts and several other states sports Providence hockey versus Merrimack seven fifteen newsradio one oh four seven FM NHL action the Bruins take on Calgary and be a Celtics play Minnesota get news twenty four seven on demand and news radio all rights dot com now here's your storm team ten forecast chilly conditions continue this afternoon with temperatures in the low and middle thirties wind chills in the upper twenties despite a mostly sunny sky ocean effects no showers over Cape Cod dwindling this evening as all areas fall into the mid twenties overnight mostly sunny again on Saturday still breezy but a lot milder temperatures rebounding into the mid forties then reaching the low fifties on Sunday I'm starting Ted beer all just anti McCarthy on newsradio nine twenty eight one of four seven if that Hey Washington Lisa Brady feisty is a.

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"us district court" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"us district court" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"One of the main independent contractors sectors falling under eighty five was temporarily give an exemption to the new law Tuesday of this week US District Court in San Diego why because the stamping is unconstitutional is horrible with the trucking industry I believe was the first of many industries to sue the state over the when Alan affect AB five law eighty five as we've talked about this drastically change the way of what being an independent contractor is all about the difference between that and being just an employee in California forcing many businesses to either I guess it's a heavily reduce the number of independent contractors working for them or reducing the hours of the workload of so many so only a few can be full time employees you can see how this is a mess and just from what I said you know there's a big breath of unconstitutionally in there so this particular judge Roger Benitez agreed with the trucking groups over their claims that eighty five is unconstitutional so he temporarily exempted this exemption offered them this exemption from eighty five specifically he got the tracking groups arguing that because eighty five wouldn't let most truckers set their own schedules it would go against the Interstate Commerce Clause of the constitution Donna so the F. a a a a a a a lot of ways they're so happened three ace preemption which is in nineteen ninety four provision of the clause which says that states are prohibited from enforcing laws they give quote a price route or service of a motor carrier with respect to the transportation of the property this was cited in the judge's ruling under that provision judge Benitez said the truckers are likely to win their case coming up this year the judge also added the stopping eighty five from including truckers would be in the public interest as the sudden loss of over seventy thousand independent truckers in California would delay would damage the transportation of vital goods such as food gasoline here well the praise from the independent truckers is off the grass Roberto fox who's in independence regular which all over California's is I think he's kind of a spokesman says I can't tell you how happy we are we're facing a lot a loss I had to start looking AT places in Arizona and Nevada to move because I wouldn't be able to do this anymore so here again comes our state forcing careers out of existence four six you know I think this state so H. Donald Trump if they're doing things to bring the unemployment numbers back down into the doldrums I mean could it be true I mean it's like an awful thing to do but my god it almost looks like that so it's a great Christmas gift for these individuals who are in the trucking business working is independence you know the the well those who are celebrating his first court victory against eighty five you know they they they're happy they're very very happy but there are a lot of people who aren't most unhappy is the assemblywoman Loretta Gonzalez Democrat from San Diego she's been on the show she is the author of a B. five and she is a long defender bill despite a rapidly growing number of California's on both sides of the political fence disagreeing with the new law shortly after this judge's decision she released a statement refusing to budge on the issue I mean what would inspectors say yeah I know I wrote something deliberately unconstitutional decades trucking companies have profited from miss classifying drivers as independent contractors taking away rights such as meal and rest periods in fe pay fair pay we need to return the jobs to the trucking industry two good middle class carriers was I mean when she's trying to make it sound like this law is going to be better for them because they get longer rest periods they get better pay give meal breaks any true it really isn't no other supporters of decried the ruling you know quote James Campbell construction worker who received full time status as a result of the law I'm worried this is going to lead to a domino effect I just got what I've dreamed about for years but there's a lot of lawsuits now I'm afraid the more will go through especially the one with uber then the whole thing will go I do feel sorry for those who are out of work now but it takes something like this for widespread change but a change to what degree and for what reason even though this individual is happy he was just made full time I can assure you government you know already California stature showing me a radically because it's so new exactly the opposite will occur so there's a very rocky future for A. B. five you know the other current lawsuits against the law made strides this week there's a lawsuit a freelance journalists and photographers currently being reviewed at the US District Court in LA were decision a similar temporary exaction exemption is expected soon they're expected to win that one as well another lawsuit by uber indoor dash they're being considered in the court with others affect other affected industries filing lawsuits in the coming weeks they're going to be a lot of them so the next hearing on the trucker lawsuit January the thirteenth in San Diego truckers talk to me this is gonna be a load off your back and it looks like for you things will remain status quo prior to this law going into effect on the first this is help or hinder you I have to assume you know you'd rather go back to the way it was then the way it is because this would force so many of you to relocate or just not do business in the state of California four nine zero fifty eight fifty eight give me if you so desire news right now game J. with a news update is Liz detectives on scene investigating a shooting in order build flurry county sheriff's deputies in the area of success drive and like its streets since just before eleven this morning a man found suffering from multiple gunshot wounds his condition is unknown at this time the department of water resources carrying out its first survey at Philip station near Lake Tahoe so.

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"us district court" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"us district court" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"US District Court judge contend she brown Jackson yesterday rejected the trump administration's position that the president's advisers enjoy absolute immunity from being forced to answer questions from Congress under oath about their work the judge in our one hundred twenty page opinion found that no one is above the law access on decker at the White House the president says he would actually like for people to testify but that the fake news media is reading far too much into people being forced to by the courts secretary of state my Pompeii not ruling out testimony taking questions today on Ukraine and during a briefing we still have a president in Ukraine working to make sure that we move through the challenges that the countryside with its corruption for an awfully long time now state department's been working on that before my no year and a half plus here on hand says his actions will continue to be driven towards that anti corruption objective they're digging for survivors after a powerful predawn earthquake in Albania fox to son Elon has this live at least a rescue team searching through the rubble occasionally rushing people two ambulances on stretchers after this magnitude six point four earthquake all they knew strong distance thirty years struck overnight at least three apartment blocks and three hotels collapsing twenty people are known to have been killed and six hundred injured Abadia is Europe's poorest country its prime minister saying the United States is among allies offering help Lisa thanks Simon on Wall Street still in record territory the Dow is up forty nine points right now topping twenty eight thousand one hundred America is listening three W. Y. P. C. mobile news all the level on.

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"us district court" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"us district court" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Again I don't see how they don't but that's an argument for for lawyers and just because there is some judge who says you have to this is the US District court they're in DC this is gonna go spring court of course it is of course it is now there's a case that the Supreme Court did not here then I'm gonna get into that involves Michael Mann this guy who claims to be an expert on climate the one who invented the hockey stick graph that you son inconvenient truth that al gore's lying screed and you see time and time again talking about how all look at temperatures of gone up it's man made global warming Denver Jenna global warming and well there's a lot to bunking Michael Mann but Michael Mann doesn't like it when you question his theories and Michael Mann is suing people and one of the people the citizens National Review and the case went to the Supreme Court and the Supreme Court decided not to hear the case which allows Michael Mann to continue with this lawsuit against National Review Samuel Alito justice league went out of his mind nuts but what's wrong with you people you don't want to hear a free speech case how can you not how could you not hear this case wrong on every level wrong in every single way how could you even think that we shouldn't be a part of this which is fundamental to who we are and what we do I I think that is absolutely correct by the way I would have liked for them to hear that case then you've got a center marquee that he has wants to start putting together legislation that would allow sanctions for egregious actions causing climate change I don't think that's what senator Markey means at a Massachusetts this is the senator who did the green deal green new deal with represented a Casio Cortez bill is titled the targeting environmental and climate recklessness acts act targeting environmental employment recklessness active twenty nineteen call the president to quote prioritize acts against in the terms of a great just behaviors that undermine efforts to stop climate change this according to a press release my question is are you talking about sanctioning China for dumping into oceans are you talking about me for noticing that Michael Mann is full of crap which one it sounds to me like you could take a look at this although they explain as an expansion of the Magnitsky act in the magnets the act is about Russian corruption and the guy who got killed and it the story that I won't get into right now but it seems to me could be used to say that is a great just behaviors to question what they call.

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"us district court" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"us district court" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"In US District Court city attorney say the organization they're they're pleased that the organization back down on its frivolous lawsuit lawyers for the organization say they had achieve their goals and weather together here's Brian noble things pretty quiet on the freeways around Sacramento earlier accidents of inflated yellow mild slowing eastbound cap city freeway from east three to the American river but that's about it right now traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Ryan nobles news ninety three point one KFBK sunny and very warm today high seventy nine to eighty three M. clear tonight low forty two to forty six tomorrow and Sunday will stay quite warm with plenty of sun hi tomorrow seventy nine to eighty three high seventy six to eighty Sunday I'm accu weather Suthers air news ninety three point one KFBK right now we've got sunshine and sixty one degrees in Sacramento John burn IT news ninety three point one KFBK Sacramento is number one for breaking news traffic and weather news ninety three point one it's the Matthews mattress veterans day sales event going on right now Christina Dolphy here for my friends at Matthews mattress and right now you can save up to six hundred dollars on select Tempur Pedic adjustable mattress sets plus enjoy savings up to six hundred dollars on select Stearns and foster mattresses and up to four hundred dollars on the line of Sealy hybrid mattress sets see stores for details huge savings on interest this veterans day with forty eight months interest free financing with no money down this is on approved credit with equal monthly payments required if you buy by five you'll be sleeping by nine free same day delivery free removal of your old set as well plus Matthews mattresses unbeatable ten percent price guarantee a Mathews guarantees to beat any advertised price by ten percent that is the Matthews mattress veterans day sale going on right now four locations or to check out reviews online go to Matthews mattress dot com let me ask you a few questions do you really understand how your money works do you know how much of it could be lost in a market crash are you sure.

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"us district court" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

09:58 min | 2 years ago

"us district court" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The trial in US District Court for the Northern District of California and that is the case the Planned Parenthood brought against our clients our clients involved the center for medical progress we represent one of the board members in that trial the issue became undercover videos that were released to the public about three years almost four years ago now and what's interesting about that is playing for had fought like the Dickens to keep out this information at trial but it want discussions of illegal conduct by Planned Parenthood they don't want discussions as to why these videos were done yet interestingly here they they they open the door all of us absolutely so the damage has been done so effectively I am parenthood's lawyers are are probably guilty of legal Mel practice in other words they opened a door that they had spent thousands if not hundreds of thousands of dollars attempting to close on and so four years ago this case started with the distribution of undercover videos by the center for medical progress and so while Planned Parenthood has denied the veracity of these videos a centrally now all under one roof Planned Parenthood admits that planned parenthood's own officials engaged in the contested conduct which generated the activity by the poll life advocates right so essentially that provides a legal moral and justifiable bases for the activities allegedly engaged in by our clients and the center for medical progress end I think it's clear we on question and it should be clear beyond question as this trial unfolds that Planned Parenthood as we have a ledge consistently is a bad actor and its misconduct verges on human rights abuses swimming let's remind everybody what was in these videos appoint her was exposed engage in the following conduct a negotiating over infant body parts and joking about on the doctor's abortion is one of the Lamborghini that which makes that this wasn't just a joke so I don't think people body parts and Lamborghinis is very funny personally discussing the harvesting a baby's brains livers kidneys and legs from tiny pre born children offering to alter abortion techniques which could be well be a violation of the law to ensure that the tissue is undamaged unsuitable for research bragging about the revenue earned by the sale of organs and tissue from aborted infants now I wanna go to fame been around this because stand we've been fighting against plan para hood for literally a thirty years more than thirty years and the fact is some other funding has been cut but they are still a big group to deal with in your work every day on Capitol Hill we've always been honest with ocean this is gonna be a long battle and had to be fought on multiple fronts with of course been fighting it legislatively for a number of years I know a number of people were disappointed including us that we did not get the hundreds of millions of dollars of Planned Parenthood collects under Medicaid repealed when we had the chance when there is there a repeal vote on a bomb the care of the J. we are winning victories that the title ten victory that we had with the sixty million dollars to Planned Parenthood had to relinquish but I want people to think about this because it is really having an impact you in Jordan have been laying out this case that's going on in California where we are taking Planned Parenthood encore but think about the last few weeks in the backdrop against which this trial is taking place I just this week J. inside the Democrat debate what was the cry on this issue from the Democrat candidates up on stage it was Hey look out everybody Planned Parenthood clinics in your state they're closing J. they're closing because the American people are waking up to what is happening that is in no small part due to the efforts like this court case demonstrating what Planned Parenthood it still does now it's true they still have a one point seven billion dollars in revenue but J. because of this administration sixty million dollars less of that come from you and me the taxpayer on October fourth Planned Parenthood lawyers called the codependent Susan Merritt of the governmental progress to the stand actually brought her to the stand to testify she's a pro life grandmother wonder went undercover expose Planned Parenthood the judge in the case as I said had already ruled that the abortion related nature the video should not be the focus of the trial but the attorney for Planned Parenthood open the door asking miss merit miss merit a why she recorder conversations with the Planned Parenthood doctor and she answered the merits answer said that the main reason she was doing this was to see a plan printer was engaged in criminal activity which it was exactly as everything was exactly what they fought against so west when I look at this and I look at what's going on here the true nature of the but you cannot ignore the true nation nature of what abortion is absolutely the thing that that I find so disturbing about this is that they're not ashamed of what they're doing now they have this cavalier attitude about selling the body parts of children you know there are numerous laws on the books about how we treat the dead your future home industry and that kind of thing even tissue from surgery centers what have you they are making jokes about selling the parts of infants children I just find that shocking in and I thought about the same thing that stands out about this morning as I read through some of the material from the trial and that is last week at the debate everyone of the democratic candidates is a supporter of Planned Parenthood and a supporter of abortion they they considered a woman's right to choose not thinking about the rights of the unborn child we're getting calls coming in we're taking your calls and comments at one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten we're weak to with this trial so it's fully underway going take a phone call Michelle's car from Washington state online one Michelle welcome to J. secular lifetime show thank you for taking my call I live in Washington state and we were the first state that used taxpayer funds to pay for abortions with this case impact Washington state and other abortion issues around the country well long term look I mean any of the cases that will involve funding and there's a series of those going up right now depending on how the decisions go what the Supreme Court decides Harry is going to impact this is called star decisis so would be an impact on it the question is going to be now although the case has been great and review all right now involved in mission privileges doctors not having admission privileges and that's based upon which of you don't admitting privileges you don't get to be able to perform these procedures which really makes sense when you think about it because it can be emergencies here the funding itself has been deemed I will tell you it is been the most challenging of the issues there's no question about about funding getting this I mean I could think administration after administration ban has tried and tried and it just doesn't seem to happen Jay this is the first one where there's been progress on that the second biggest tron to federal money which goes through title ten has effectively been cut off by the trump administration just weeks ago Planned Parenthood Lee voluntarily withdraw because this ministration says if you do abortion services you cannot get that title fun of course the biggest draw just to still through Medicaid reimbursement we have not been able to get there yet because that requires the cooperation of Congress quite frankly J. people on both sides of the aisle Republicans and Democrats have stood in the way of that that would be another four hundred million dollars but to the caller's point and I think Jordan was to chime in on this as well this is a state fight to because all of those things involve state taxpayer dollars as well in Washington California and other places you should be talking to your state representative as well about that pot of money but it's all work together the we were finally seeing the abortion business under pressure they are on the defensive they used to be able to run the quarters weather was the ninth circuit right or state courts liking California and get everything they want it and go to Congress and get everything they wanted and by eight even Republican presidents like fans said didn't do what they could do by executive order which was take away sixty million of their funding just like that president trump was the first president to do it he said he wanted the fund Planned Parenthood he couldn't get Congress to do the full D. fun because of John McCain rows vote actually that was there in the obamacare repeal so John McCain's vote against that kept the funding going at the present that was it was hamstring there so he looked for another way well it wasn't something he created every president has had the ability to cut Planned Parenthood out of these family planning services and so it took sixty million dollars immediately away from Planned Parenthood they they they didn't even want to try to comply with the rules L. and that money by the way is not just like cut from the federal government it's now available to for applicants like pro lifer Nancy centers so it's going to the pro life community so is it is a two part when cutting funding for Planned Parenthood and getting money to those pro life pregnancy centers of Planned Parenthood always wants and states like California probably Washington state of New York and others try to shut down they're actually now open to getting more federal grants but I think so I think we're seeing as these missteps by Planned Parenthood they would never make before these big law firms that they sell I know I know that this is not like the way parenthood staff lawyers these are huge law firms Haley case and for four years they were basically able to get these videos out of the public you know it hit the public everyone saw it it became like a crime to show that and so they got criminal and civil and but because of their lawyers old mistake in pulling away this Ford and it's simple question that you could have under guess what she was going to say which is why did you ask why did you want to do these videos to see a play impaired was violating the laws about selling baby parts and other laws about abortion so was it just to make fun of Planned Parenthood or to say Planned Parenthood is bad it was specifically like any investigative reporter would do to go under cover and all these people came to voluntary dinners with people they've.

"us district court" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

10:00 min | 2 years ago

"us district court" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Of a trial in US District Court for the Northern District of California and that is the case the Planned Parenthood brought against our clients our clients involved the center for medical progress we represent one of the board members in that trial the issue became undercover videos that were released to the public about three years almost four years ago now and what's interesting about that is Planned Parenthood fight like the Dickens to keep out this information at trial but it want discussions of illegal conduct by Planned Parenthood they don't want discussions as to why these videos were done yet interestingly here they they they open the door all this absolutely so the damage has been done so effectively I am parenthood's lawyers are are probably guilty of legal malpractice in other words they opened a door that they had spent thousands if not hundreds of thousands of dollars attempting to close and so four years ago this case started with the distribution of undercover videos by the center for medical progress and so while Planned Parenthood has denied the veracity of these videos sensually now all under one roof Planned Parenthood admits that planned parenthood's own officials engaged in the contested conduct which generated the activity by the poll life advocates right so essentially that provides a legal moral and justifiable braces for the activities are allegedly engaged in by our clients and the center for medical progress in our I think it's clear beyond question and it should be clear beyond question as this trial unfolds that Planned Parenthood as we have alleged consistently is a bad actor and its misconduct verges on human rights abuses swimming let's remind everybody what was in these videos appoint Turner was exposed engage in the following conduct a negotiating over infant body parts and joking about when the doctors abortions one a Lamborghini that makes that this was a just a joke so I don't think people body parts and Lamborghinis is very funny personally discussing the harvesting a baby's brains livers kidneys and legs from tiny pre born children offering to offer abortion techniques which could be well be a violation of the law to ensure that the tissue is undamaged unsuitable for research bragging about the revenue earned by the sale of organs and tissue from aborted infants now I wanna go to fan bent on this because then we've been fighting against plant for literally a thirty years more than thirty years and the fact is some other funding has been cut but they are still a big group to deal with in your work every day on Capitol Hill we've always been honest with posted this is gonna be a long battle and had to be fought on multiple fronts with of course been fighting it legislatively for a number of years and I know a number of people were disappointed including us that we did not get the hundreds of millions of dollars of Planned Parenthood collects under Medicaid repealed when we had the chance when there is there a repeal vote on obamacare a bit J. we are winning victories that the title ten victory that we had with the sixty million dollars to Planned Parenthood had to relinquish but I want people to think about this because it is really having an impact you in Jordan have been laying out this case that's going on in California where we are taking Planned Parenthood encore but think about the last few weeks in the backdrop against which this trial is taking place I just this week J. inside the Democrat debate what was the cry on this issue from the Democrat candidates up on stage it was Hey look out everybody Planned Parenthood clinics in your state they're closing J. they're closing because the American people are waking up to what is happening that is in no small part due to the efforts like this court case demonstrating what Planned Parenthood it still does now it's true they still have a one point seven billion dollars in revenue but J. because this administration sixty million dollars less of that come from you and me the taxpayer on October fourth point her lawyers called the codependent Susan Merritt of the governmental progress to the state specially brought her to the stand to testify she's a pro life grandmother wonder went undercover expose Planned Parenthood the judge in the case as I said had already ruled that the abortion related nature the video should not be the focus of the trial but the attorney for Planned Parenthood open the door asking miss merit miss merit a why she recorder conversations with the Planned Parenthood doctor and she answered the merits answer said that the main reason she was doing this was to see a plan printer was engaged in criminal activity was it was exactly as everything was exactly what they fought against so west when I look at this and I look at what's going on here the true nature of the but you cannot ignore the true nation nature of what abortion is absolutely the thing that that I find so disturbing about the is that they're not ashamed of what they're doing now they have this cavalier attitude about selling the body parts of children you know there are numerous laws on the books about how we treat the dead you know if your home industry and that kind of thing even tissue from surgery centers what have you they are making jokes about selling the parts of infant children I just find it shocking in and I thought about the same thing that stands out about this morning as I read through some of the material from the trial and that is last week at the debate everyone of the democratic candidates is a supporter of Planned Parenthood and a supporter of abortion they they considered a woman's right to choose not thinking about the rights of that unborn child we're getting calls coming in we're taking your calls and comments a one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten we're weak to with this trial so which fully underway spending phone call Michelle's car from Washington state online one Michelle welcome to J. secular live show thank you for taking my call I live in Washington state and we were the first state that used taxpayer funds to pay for abortions with this case impact Washington state and other abortion issues around the country well long term look I mean any of the cases that will involve funding and there's a series of those going up right now depending on how the decisions go what the Supreme Court decides Harry is going to impact this is called star decisis so would be an impact on it the question is going to be now that the case has been great and review all right now involved in mission privileges doctors not having a mission privileges and that's based upon which you don't have many privileges you don't get to be able to perform these procedures which really makes sense when you think about it because it can be emergencies here the funding itself has been deemed I will tell you it is been the most challenging of the issues there's no question about it the funding getting this I mean I could think administration after administration band has tried and tried and it just doesn't seem to happen Jay this is the first one where there's been progress on that the second biggest tron to federal money which goes through title ten has if the effectively been cut off by the trump administration just weeks ago Planned Parenthood Lee voluntarily withdraw because this ministrations as if you do abortion services you cannot get that title fun of course the biggest Ron just distilled through Medicaid reimbursement we have not been able to get there yet because that requires the cooperation of Congress quite frankly J. people on both sides of the aisle Republicans and Democrats have stood in the way of that that would be another four hundred million dollars but to the caller's point and I think Jordan was to chime in on this as well this is a state fight to because all of those things involve state taxpayer dollars as well in Washington California and other places you should be talking to your state representative as well about that pot of money but it's all work together the we were finally seeing the abortion business under pressure they are on the defensive they used to be able to run the quarters weather was the ninth circuit right or state courts like in California and get everything they want it and go to Congress and get everything they wanted and by eight even Republican presidents like they have said didn't do what they could do by executive order which was take away sixty million of their funding just like that president trump was the first president to do it he said he wanted the fund Planned Parenthood he couldn't get Congress to do the full D. fun because of John McCain US vote actually that was there in the obamacare repeal so John McCain's vote against that kept the funding going at the present that was it was hamstring there so he looked for another way well it wasn't something he created every president has had the ability to cut Planned Parenthood out of these family planning services and so it took sixty million dollars immediately away from Planned Parenthood they they they didn't even want to try to comply with the rules hello and that money by the way is not just like cut from the federal government it's now available to for applicants like pro lifer in C. centers so it's going to the pro community so it's it is a two part when cutting funding for Planned Parenthood and getting money to those pro life pregnancy centers the planned parenthood always wants and states like California probably Washington state of New York and others try to shut down they're actually now open to getting more federal grants but I think so I think we're seeing is these missteps by play parenthood they would never make before these big law firms that they felt like I know that this is not a great way parenthood staff lawyers the other huge law firms hailing case and for four years they were basically able to get these videos out of the public you know it hit the public everyone saw it it became like a crime to show that and so they got criminal and civil and but because of their lawyers old mistake in pulling a witness Ford and it's simple question that you could have under guess what she was going to say which is why did you ask why did you want to do these videos to see a play parenthood was violating the laws about selling baby parts and other laws about abortion so was it just to make fun of Planned Parenthood or to say Planned Parenthood is bad it was specifically like any investigative reporter would do to go under cover and all these people came to voluntary dinners with people they've never.

"us district court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"us district court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Claims alleging poorly designed re del helmets cause him to suffer brain injuries US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois says the lawsuit presents questions that are too individualized to support a class action it also notes the truly significant variations in the personal injury laws of the eighteen states the plaintiffs one of the class action to cover the sixteen named plaintiffs all say they would have played differently used a different brand of helmet and or avoided playing football all together if they had known of the helmets alleged design flaws Tyler ninja Blevins gaming phenom who draws millions of fans to watch him play via streaming is jumping to Microsoft's mixer platform the move is a blow for Amazon's twitch a rival streaming service were Blevins has dominated viewership over the past two years at fourteen point seven million users is more than twice as many as the next closest streamer that's a Bloomberg business of sports report I'm Patrice a core she is a please just to run a really really good guy the term good day isn't enough to describe them he's also certified organic and free range which puts the cap back on everything the toothpaste a little boy who he lets his ten year old nephew beat him that virtual tennis even though he came straight up sleigh with the toilet paper is running low which replaces the role on the actual holder not just on the back of the toilet texting and driving each what do you do I was just telling everyone how great you are texting and driving makes people look bad visit stop textile rex dot org a public service announcement brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council Tom if not the dinosaur but is there a future for these big banks and Jonathan Ferrell is not what's amazing about this is that the data still good what if everyone had this much fun asking questions do you have any outstanding questions today this is a huge I gotta get goose bumps over Bloomberg surveillance we do mornings at seven eastern how you found the bill how reactionary is that politically on Bloomberg radio Bloomberg business happened Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening today we decided to walk to school the Lake County fifteen fourteen I took a left on Carroll street any smart gets distracted realize you forgot his homework I hope he doesn't have a school when you.

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"us district court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"us district court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Filed in US District Court in Boston and obtained by the San Jose mercury news their lawyers say the couple is asking for a common defense and that their clients are innocent the couple's next court date is August twenty seventh Dave Schreiber A. B. C. news in other news a bear had to be euthanized after making its way into a home in Jackson New Hampshire authorities say the bear went through a screen window on wildflower lane trying to get to some trash police are warning people in the community to keep their doors locked and secure that trash president drop maintains there was nothing racist about his weekend tweets the president called congressman Elijah Cummings Baltimore area majority black district a road in fast mass where no human being would want to live the president is now labeling the prominent black congressman as racist himself accusing Democrats of trying to play the race card and the latest ABC news Washington post poll measures public concern about election interference in the wake of the Mahler hearings ABC's band get Olson is at the White House most Americans expressed little confidence in the country's ability to stave off potential for attacks on US democratic institutions and twenty twenty Robert mother testified that Russia's effort to interfere in twenty sixteen wasn't a single attempt and that he expects it to happen again just a quarter of Democrats express some degree of confidence in the U. S.'s ability to stave off attacks compared to seventy seven percent of Republicans and forty percent of independents then get all sin ABC news the White House three men arrested in swamps good with a car trunk full of firearms they were fond sleeping in the car at a stoplight it took officers repeatedly banging on the window to wake them up a Massachusetts man is identified as a victim of a drowning off the coast of Warrick Rhode Island officials say Joseph Gillespie of Auburn was swept into Narragansett Bay while fishing near a sand bar on Saturday first responders search for an hour before finding Gillespie he was responsive and later pronounced dead at a hospital gas prices there may be a little relief from the hot temperatures today but things are cooling down a bit at the gas pump with crude oil prices now lower gasoline prices are following the trend gasoline prices have reversed direction again they've now and these two weeks the prices move down to cents per gallon to two eighty one this after jumping a dime in the prior three industry analyst a newsletter publisher trilby Lundberg the low in this sample is baton Rouge at two twenty four and the high is San Diego California three sixty seven Tom Foley CBS news marijuana topic on Beacon Hill today the joint committee on cannabis policy maister consider bills to tighten the rules around the so called host community agreements which every pot facility must sign before applying for a license current state law caps a value of those deals at three percent of a company's annual revenue but many communities are asking for additional payments they argue the law does not prohibit them from requiring separate fees or mandatory donations the state cannabis control commission voted last August not to review the terms of each host community deal and trading a mini vans for SUVs according to JD power mini vans made up less than three percent of all new vehicles sold last year a considerable drop from two thousand five when the one million mini vans sold across the country made up six and a half percent of the market it seems the kids who grew up riding in the bucket seats of the ultimate mom mobile don't want one for their own kids they see many Vance's expensive with the nerd stigma still attached young families these days are opting more for SUVs current lonely for car companies Toyota Honda fiat Chrysler in kia even offer many Vance is a part of their lineup Sherri prestin ABC news.

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"us district court" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:12 min | 3 years ago

"us district court" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"It's one of the simplest, but most devastating allusions of all time, it's called shadows. And it works like this a spotlight is trained on a vase containing a single rose the light falls in such a manner that the shadow of the rose is projected onto a white screen position several yards behind it. The magician then enters the scene with a knife and without speaking dramatically cuts off the pedals from the roses shadow with each cut the corresponding pedals on the real rose magically fall to the ground. In other words, the illusionist trims, a real rose by pruning it shadow. The effect is stunning. Raymond the magician who created the now famous allusion forty years ago was standing in an Vata courtroom. Trying to pull off an even harder trick convincing a US district court judge that magic should be protected under US, copyright law. It all started a year earlier, when Raymond stumbled across a video on YouTube, that featured a magician from Belgium, performing, his allusion, instead of shadows, the Dutchman called, it rose and her shadow, but any fool could see it was the exact same trick, a shameless, ripoff, pure and simple. Raymond knew that magicians secrets weren't legally protected, but this was just a grievous, not only was the Dutchman ripping him off artistically. He was offering to sell the secret over the internet to anyone who paid him three thousand and fifty dollars. Raymond called the Dutchman personally he tried to reason with him. He invoked, the magician's code and tried to appeal to his sense of honor, no luck the Dutchman demanded payment in exchange for not selling Raymond secret and Raymond was willing to pay, but the price was just too high. And now the Dutchman had made a quiet, but very serious enemy for his friends and fans Raymond's anger must have been a strange thing to see unlike David Copperfield or Chris angel where David Blaine Raymond's brand of magic is neither flashy, nor flamboyant. He prefers to let us work speak for itself. But now Ray was vocally outraged and determined to find a loophole in the law. What he found was this, while the secrets of allusions are not protectable under federal copyright dramatic works and pantomime are. Interesting. Raymond had always described shadows as an illusion and looked at himself as a magician, therefore, he knew his secrets were not legally his but what if shadows wasn't really an illusion at all. What if it wasn't fact a pantomime performed by a mime instead of magician semantics aside? It seemed a fair question after all Raymond never spoke during the performance of shadows. And neither did the Dutchman maybe if the court deemed shadows, a pantomime, it's secret could be protected. That was the rabbit, Raymond needed to pull from his hat in a crowded courtroom before district judge. Raymond played a video of both performances his then the Dutchman's the judge. Agreed the performances right? Dental he further. Agreed that shadows met the legal definition of a pantomime and was therefore. Protected under copyright law. This was great news for Raymond, but the Dutchman being Dutch changed his strategy. He argued that even though the pantomime looked identical his technique was fundamentally different than Raymond's, which in turn made the pantomime fundamentally different. The Dutchman said he could prove it and proposed to demonstrate his method to the court. This was bad news for Raymond if the judge permitted the Dutchman to reveal his method than Raymond would need to do likewise, and his secret would become public knowledge, but then the judge made and extrordinary ruling. He wrote quote in discerning, substantial similarity, the court compares only the observable elements of the works in question, therefore, whether the Dutchman uses Raymond's method or technique known only by various holy men of the. Himalayas or even real magic. The underlying secret is irrelevant as.

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"us district court" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:45 min | 3 years ago

"us district court" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"FIS while us on Twitter WIBC traffic. We'll see some sun, a little bit later today right now, though. Sixty nine degrees in the American standard fooling weather center. The time is six seventeen. It's a win against the IRS. Everybody should always cheer a win against right. Thank you. Thank you, very much Tony cats. Ninety three WIBC this is called true, the vote, I have known about shoot a vote of for years. I have had conversations in my life. With the head of the vote, Catherine Engelbrecht. And this goes back to the days when the IRS was targeting tea party groups, you may not have liked the tea party back part secondary me, I was fine with the, the idea of people getting together engaged in protests without throwing a milkshake without throwing glitter bomb without throwing a punch talking about lower taxes and having a government, that's actually about article on section. Eight yeah. Why anybody be bothered by this yet some people were? And that's the way it goes can't make everybody happy, the IRS so unhappy that they worked aggressively to silence. People organizations would get created. They would apply for some level of, of tax exempt status. And what they were told is we're looking into it. And they would be held in limbo. Four forever. They were not allowed to go out there and work as an organization, because the IRS purposefully worked to keep them from gaining certain taxes status. They purposely worked to damage them. Well, there was a ruling. On this as the story goes by US District court judge. Reggie Walton ruling inflate in favor of true, the vote penalizing the IRS for and I'm quoting from the story unconstitutional discrimination against the group and their unethical behavior in the case. Fantastic. One of the things true. The vote applied for was a request of a recovery of attorney's fees of one point nine million dollars. Remember, part of what government does when they make these kinds of decisions is well, how are you gonna fight them? They've got unlimited dollars because they have your dollars you how are you going to fight them? How are you going to be able to engage the, the legal battle? That's what makes it. So difficult natural makes large government such a problem. So this victory is extremely extremely important. I've reached out I've asked to reach out to Jim bop, bop, law firm. That was the lawyer for the votes kinda get some more information on how all this played out. But you can't be happy about the fact that the IRS was being used as a cudgel against Americans being able to speak out. When you talk about these scandal free Obama era stop this was a scandal. Still is a scandal, you stop people from speaking out. That's a problem, which brings us to an I don't have good audio of it. I would I maybe by today there's good audio of it. There is an actress. Out there. Who is upset that she sees a Trump sign? There's a show called pose. Peo s e. I think it is. And she sees a Trump sign, and she starts stepping on it and starts ripping at it. She's gonna take it away. Well, this guy owns the signs. Give me back my sign. This woman is incredulous this actress, what's India. I think that's is that her name. I n d I y a. I don't know who she is. I don't I don't know the show. I don't know the show pose. Right. So she starts rip trying to take the sign like she's going to somehow like, like it, somehow hers. This guy is like get off my sign. He's wearing a make-america-great-again visor not even the full hat. He's wearing a visor. He's like get off my sign. A guy comes to hurt offense. He pushes the Trump pushes the guy away and then pushes her away. She won't let go of the sign another guy comes in trying to stop this Trump supporters. Like what do you think you're doing, and he's like, oh, no, no, no, no, no, no my sign. She can't have it. She then goes to rip his hat off of his head and does, so that's when the police show up. This is in New York. I only hope this woman got arrested. I only hope and pray we have talked about this before. We have talked about the fact that people out there think that they are in charge. They think because they believe something they can go out there and just act upon it, by the way, the show pose. Is on FX? And in India, its India, I N D, Y A, more is a is, is trans sate. So now we've got another wonderful layer to add to the story, I guess I don't know. Maybe it's not a liar. Nuts is not don't grab people signs veer straight white male grabbing somebody signed, stop it, isn't yours. And because you feel certain way, we should all be clear doesn't mean anything. It doesn't mean anything at all. You don't like Trump. No one cares. You like Trump. Okay. No still, I don't think anybody cares. You don't you don't get to take somebody else's sign. Now, according to the guy who fought her off. He claims to be a fan of the show, and she was upset because she doesn't want to Trump supporters to be fans of show. It's all just so absolutely, positively Redan ridiculous. And then injured more posts. Hey, y'all those of you? That's what literally says the all those of you own maybe reading wrong. It's like, hey, y'all comma the or period those of you, very political opinions who also watched the show pose. Thank you for loving black trans women. Please also loves in real life, and make sure the love you have for us reflect your politics because our lives welfare, mercy, tear politics, opinions. No, they're not. No. They're not. No, they're not. No, that well, wait a second. This is true, if you're talking about those people on the political right who don't wanna let say Baker cake. Or one own a firearm or my goodness, everything is, is, is a perspective battle kids. Nobody is going around the tacking you though in Jim more. Maybe India say, India, India, India, I gotta learn how to speak English language. You're the one attacking other people. You attack somebody tried to steal their sign. And then you were stunned that they fought back. We said this, we called this. Of course, you have to fight back people aren't allowed to take your stuff. Do not be meek. I don't think you should start fights. But I just not a believer in the meekness. Don't take someone sign commish, not to move on with your day. And you don't even say out loud, just say to yourself, and move on. It's just that easy. Just that easy traffic map. Bear in the wwl traffic center. What's going on ever? Give it a downtown looking pretty good right now, again, not a lot of people out on the other states right now. But I'm telling you about sixty five.

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"us district court" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"us district court" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Comes amid heightened tensions with Iran. Meantime, trampled deploy about fifteen hundred additional troops to the Middle East. The arms deals are reportedly worth about eight billion dollars. A federal judge is blocking the Trump administration's plan, the us defense department funds to build a border wall, a US district court judge ruled late Friday. The executive branch taking money congressman for another purpose does not square with fundamental separation of powers. The ruling is limited in that it only blocks construction to specific areas in Arizona and Texas. Nearly one hundred people are set to join governor onto Santa's on a trade mission to Israel Lee, your yacht counsel, general of Israel in Miami says the trade mission. Is unprecedented betrayed shin. We'd create new entities for ease rallies to work. We'd flurry where each universities wetter companies research project, the trip fulfills a pledge by Disentis that he would make Israel his first destination for a trade mission once he took office members of his trade delegation include the Florida cabinet members of legislature and the presidents of Florida, Atlantic university, Florida international university, and Florida am evacuations are underway in parts of the central US, hit by heavy rain in record breaking floods residents are being told to move to higher ground in parts of Oklahoma. Kansas, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois Nebraska and Iowa, the US army corps of engineers is warning of possible historic flooding along the Arkansas river and residents living near the river in Arkansas, and Oklahoma are being urged to remain vigilant and heat. All warnings. You're listening to the latest. From NBC News Radio. A Colorado rancher accused of killing his fiancee, last November, as pled, not guilty in her murder. Patrick crazy will go to trial on October twenty eighth for the death of Chelsea breath. Prosecutors say phrase he killed breath in her home in woodland park, and then disposed of her body summer can be especially stressful for children on the autism, spectrum because it means a break from the school routine, Sara Lee Kessler Scott, some coping tips from an expert Julie Mauer of the Phoenix.

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"us district court" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"us district court" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"I'll just have to find the right job one in five. Rhode Islanders has student loan debt totalling almost four and a half billion dollars. There's so many entities out there doing these loans. Nobody was regulating them anymore it share Rhode Island's council on postsecondary education says it's common for loan servicers to take advantage of borrowers undisclosed fees interest rates that change over time. They're kind of hidden like twigs on the forest that you don't know when you're about to step on one because they're in the fine print. So a group commissioned by state lawmakers came up with several recommendations to protect people with student loans. A lot of people don't realize how widespread this problem is the recommendations include a state registration for student loan servicers a series of. Minimum standards that would require communication between loan servicers and borrowers and enforcement for any loan servicers who violate those standards part of the reason that student loan servicers have been failing so many people is because there have been no consequences for bad behavior. There should be penalties. When student loan servicers either purposefully or negligently ruin people's lives by giving them the wrong information about their student loans. Legislation is expected to be introduced soon Susan Campbell. From eyewitness news, Patrick Andersson covering things on the political scene in the Providence Journal says h Russell top was already introducing himself as an ambassador when he appeared in Rhode Island Republican political circles in two thousand fourteen as a fresh faced newcomer, I guess it raised a few flags for some people in the party party leaders long before federal prosecutors charged him with fraud, according to Brandon bell who was the Rhode Island Republican party chair. He said I had concerns about him. From the very beginning. I warn people, and I know others who were warning people about bottom too. He had visions of grandeur. So when tall brand for congress against US Representative David Cecil Leany back in two thousand sixteen bell said that he recommended tob not receive the party endorsement at the time of a party members. Did ultimately endorsed him. Other Rhode Island Republicans never suspected anything was amiss with the man federal investigators now accused of using GOP donors as a cash machine to pay for among other things clothing cigars strip club trips in escorts. According to court documents tub raised more than one point six million dollars through an unregistered political action committee and pocketed one of the million dollars of that for his own personal use. And he is scheduled to be arraigned in US district court in providence today and has signed a plea agreement with prosecutors. So there you go very strong candidate to be chosen as our big brilliant on of the week in Narragansett. Squid fishermen. Are concerned about offshore wind farming. Why here's Kate Walsh from my witness news getting the public aware of what is potentially happening to their.

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"us district court" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

06:38 min | 3 years ago

"us district court" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Up the state's energy utilities commission committee, and he joined about sixty utility executives and other paid sponsors at a very Tony resort in Hawaii while the wide wildfires were killing part of California and killing PG knee at the same time. You know, were they worried in California. I mean Hawaii slowdown rate apparently not. I'm agitated then we have the attack on sheriff Mems something else that has infuriated me just infuriated me you could call it a direct attack or an indirect attack by the Fresno bee. And I think they should pay for this. When all the way, I really do. This is just way too much in a bit of overreach. The alleged hate group in this story called fair they've been around for decades, fair the federation for American Immigration Reform. There are about his harmless. You can get and here they've been named as a, you know, a radical group a radical group, you know, eight group, whatever you wanna call them in this story in the Fresno bee the southern poverty Law Center, there the individuals pointing the finger, and they should have been labeled a radical group years ago years ago, and so it's very unfair to call fair an alleged hate group, and then you know, try to. Involve the mayor excuse me, the the sheriff in this at the same time. It's not it's not good. It's not good at all. And the ACLU is definitely involved in this. You know, this used to be the group that upheld the rights for all Americans. And now, they only upon hold the rights of liberals, and progressives, and socialists, and communists. So they should probably change their name to the ACC L P S L, you, you know, and they need to go away permanently until a group emerges that his level Halid level headed and can protect the the liberties and the rights of all Americans in the United States. But this is something that. Should have never been spoken of. I mean, the this. Meaning was the meeting was all about how to cope with the proposition. Excuse me. H A B fifty four I guess it is the state sanctuary law. It's an ugly attack. By the Fresno bee, you know, inflicted upon people to further divide rather. Well, something they're very good at most local papers seek to unite their community, and the beat does the the very best to tear it apart. I guess that gives them something to sell and in one of the weirdest stories have ever heard of the thirty plus years. I've been doing this show. I'll come down shortly. Believe me. The Mongols motorcycle group has been stripped of its federally trademarked logo. Name by a California jury now, this is a move that. I think is illegal and in some regard, you know, regardless of what you think of this motorcycle club. I think this move is somewhat unamerican regardless of what they may. Or may not have done trademarks a federal now, what does a loosely uninformed probably liberal southern California jury have to do with his federal law. Yes. This was US district court. But a jury a jury verdict on something like this involving federal trademarking, wait a minute. You know, like, wait a minute. This is very hard to understand very hard to understand. God only knows how much public money has been spent by the prosecutors who've taken ten years to try and break up this motorcycle group. Ten years. Now, federal judge still has to approve this taking away of the federal trademark, and I'm betting this judge is not going to do it. And I happen to agree with the defense in their story who said this is a novel theory ill conceived action by this jury, and the whole thing the charges itself Lindsey Graham has taken up the gavel in the Senate Judiciary committee, and he's hell bent on importing another conservative to the supreme court this in the light and the persistent absence of Ruth Bader Ginsburg from her duties now she missed a great portion of last week. She will miss all of this week as she recovers from surgery for lung cancer. Insiders are saying that she is too. Weak to continue at age eighty five or whatever she is. Joe lieberman. Former democratic Senator turned independent. He says that the Democratic Party is in bad shape right now. Bad shape. He lambasted his old party for adopting. Some rather radical principles very left leaning principal. He's really taken on the Democrats to say you can't go in this direction as a big taxing big spending party. You know to the Ansari as promoted and wanted by individuals like legs. Andrea Cossio Cortez. He pointed her out by name. He says she is two different too. Controversial to be you know, one of the banner carriers for the Democratic Party. He believes his I do the rank and file Democrats have become more moderate while the coastal Democrats elected to these very high profile positions. They are. The type of from the far left that are going to betray the party and take it right down to the dirt in. I agree. I agree. I agree. What else? I mean. There's so much going on today. Is just crazy. I told you about the utility executives who are in Hawaii while the state of California burned back in November. Well, the Democrats have done the same. The Democrats have done the same. This group of you know, full on shenanigans with no work and no play Democrats have hunkered down in Puerto Rico. During the longest government shutdown in American history. They've had enough to Puerto Rico. And they go there for a special presentation of Hamilton and some other things this. At a time when the bargaining table is empty, and that's where they should be. But instead they're playing around to they're playing around when they absolutely should be working. You know, you people who are not getting a paycheck that worked for the government who you met at now tell me who's anchored you the most when you hear a story like this. Bad news. Very.

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"us district court" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

10:09 min | 3 years ago

"us district court" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Hear your story to get your story out to those who are paying attention to this program. This is the battle for the soul of America. And you're bright in the thick of it. And on behalf of all Americans. Again, I wanna thank you. Because if you don't do what you're doing with the bravery in the faith, you have we all lose. This is something you know, what you're talking about facing in in the Mueller investigation to reprise for those of us. Those just tuning in your book is silent. No, more and the subtitle is how I became a political prisoner of Muller's witch-hunt. We things stand this moment, you're proceeding with your three hundred fifty million dollar lawsuit. Right. I will. I intend to win it. We may. We've gotta get past the emotion to dismiss. But at the US district court if that happens in DC, we'll take it to the circuit court take it all the way the spring court. How someone's going to hear this case, it's got merit? And I'll insists that. It'd be heard. Yeah. And the, you know, it's interesting. I mean, I I did not do this to be heroic. I did it because I couldn't do anything else. Wouldn't there was no well, of course, that's that's usually the way heroism happens. But we're really glad that you're the kind of person who couldn't do anything else. A lot of people who could do something else and would have done something else. And they would be they wouldn't be going through the I just imagine going to a federal judge in putting my hand on the bible and swearing that. I committed a crime I hadn't because I know I went in there to provide them the truth. I told them the truth, right? I didn't go into full Eli. And I realized I couldn't do it. I couldn't raise my head in front of God. And do that this brings up the larger case of? Our legal system right now. In other words, the idea that there are hundreds of thousands of of people mostly young men who are being taken in back rooms, the the lawyers talk, and they decide here's what we're going to. Here's the deal. We're going to strike you cop to this plea, and whatever there's seems to me something fundamentally immoral about this, and this is happening all over America. Every as we sit here, we've given prosecutors isn't these enormous powers, and now with the surveillance, they have the ability to know everything about, you know, they had all my emails. They've had my phone calls. It seemed to know what my phone calls were about. I mean, they had every aspect of my life, and they researched every aspect of my life. They sent the FBI do meet everybody, they found that I was dealing with in two thousand sixteen in other words, they realized that in you, they have either the biggest fish or or the thing that they need. Need to get the biggest fish, and they used all of the power that they had they sent the FBI to knock on the door on announced my stepson, my forty year old stepson and say are you Dr Corsie's IT expert? He said, what are you talking about? They've had this text message where I had asked my stepson to come over and scrub a computer back to factory and enter laughed Adamy said that was old computer. He had his desk for years, and it had been out of memory. And in other words, there was there was actually nothing various about unlike we can talk about bleach bit hammers Hillary Clinton with all computers. You destroyed. Mine was manner by wife needed a computer for a business. Why don't you take this old one to my stepson? So she has after Bonnie one. Well, so but to get back to the Hillary stuff. How is it that we do not have our law? Law enforcement in America looking into this kind of thing. What is happening? I mean, I don't understand what happened with with Jeff Sessions, but we will soon I suppose have a new attorney general not an acting attorney general it does it seem to you that that maybe Trump will finally be backed into a corner where he's willing to take the political risk of going after Hillary Clinton and the Clinton foundation. I believe you will. I mean, first of all you cannot expect the department of Justice to clean up itself with the reality is the bureaucracy, including Justice department, IRS CIA NSA is packed with leftist political operative. Right. That's unfortunately, they have an ideology. Yeah. That these no room for the first amendment. They don't want debate. They wanna be able to see was evil wrong because you might believe in Jesus Christ, in and view, some of their ideas. Is against God's law. Well, look when you effectively you you Dr Jerome Corsi, you affectively by co writing that book with John O'Neill scuttled John Kerry's ability to become president of the United States. You made an obviously extraordinarily powerful enemy in two thousand and four. There's no question of it. And I also with Brock Obama wrote the book on of the nation in two thousand eight number one bestseller exposed as a radical Marxist in his training culturally at least a raised in Islam with the stepfather and Indonesia didn't want that done Hillary Clinton. I had a book just recently partners in crime, exposing the Clinton foundation as a criminal enterprise. So I was clearly someone that the deep state wanted to silence. Wanted to do away with right and put in prison. And they could. So they shut me up and that was their motivation or make a deal with you. In other words, or use the leverage they had. By being able to put you in prison to to to make the deal to get something bigger, which you didn't do say or you don't have to go to prison as long as you all going commit to this one crime, which I did not commit wouldn't do that. And so therefore, they say, well, when would I be sentenced well year from now if if any time in that year, I said anything or wrote anything, I could never publish this book silent. No more because they would say, you broke your promise. And now we go to see the magistrate. We're gonna recommend prison time. So wait a minute got securities licenses. I've had them since the mid eighties said you'll it'll be secret sealed that you pled to crime before a magistrate. So you don't have to tell the reporting agencies and securities and insurance. So wait a minute. You're asking me to commit more violations of regulations. So I have to lie after the break laws or regulations in order to comply with what you want me to do said, you're the criminals. Only a criminal will give you a plea deal like that. And I said, I'm not doing it. Won't do it. I mean, put me in prison the rest of my life. Yeah. Go ahead. It's extraordinary you expect this kind of thing to happen. You know in a back room in rural Alabama in one thousand nine hundred thirty you do not expect this to happen in this century in Washington. Well, I have have had careers successfully in financial services and universities. I did government research. I have never committed a crime defy the find parking ticket at my record pay our taxes, no problems with being reporting all the income try to live a moral life, and I've written twenty books they said since two thousand four they don't want to be politically opposed. And so if you're thinking or well, Ian thought police, that's what they've basil. That's exactly correct. And I'm again, I'm very sorry to agree because it's chilling. It's horrific. But it's unfortunately, exactly right. And you know, there's so many stories like yours or none quite like it. But there are many stories like it that reveal that this is happening in our time. And I really do think as I said earlier to battle for the soul of American. I do believe it is why Trump was elected because it strikes me that he is the only. Person willing to take on you could call it. The the swamp. He seems to be the only person willing to do that. I'm just guessing that almost anyone else who had been elected doesn't have the fighting spirit. He has. And so I mean courage by his being president. But I guess I still I keep wondering where you think it's going to go. Eventually, I think Donald Trump is a godly man, I've had occasion Air New York to know him through my work. And I lived in the plaza hotel for years when I was doing the financial services work when he owned it. And I greatly admire Donald Trump. I've always had he always looks like he's gonna lose until just before he wins. He has a tremendous ability to take all this criticism. Not to take it to heart because he realizes the criticism is more about the the these ideologically insane Democrats with their socialist views the next two years of probably going to be a cavenaugh show and the congress. Yeah. If they are the American people got to see is this what you want us to future. Well, this is again, this is the the civil war of our time. It's a very different kind of war. But if we had lost the revolution. If we had lost a civil war America goes away. And I feel like we're facing a similar existential threat to America as we know it or America as the founders conceived it we'll be right back talking Dr Jerome Corsi..

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