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"vicki center" Discussed on DSC On Demand
"Top story. What's lean off? We're looking ahead to tomorrow with curse presidential debate will happen in Cleveland. It'll be a ninety minute debate moderated by Chris Wallace whose host of Fox News Sunday Wallace has chosen six topics for the first debate the trump in Biden records, the Supreme Court, the coronavirus, the economy race, and violence in US cities and the integrity of the upcoming election time as. You'd think I would note that there were it'll be tomorrow. Tomorrow. There will be two more debates happening in. And Vice Presidential Debate is set for October seventh dad I can do without. Donate need. The ever. vice-president one now. I want to watch this one me to at least a little bit of it. Until it frustrates the Helen Eternal will, and he says it'll be fifty minute chunks for each topic. So if you don't like what they're talking about check back in thirteen minutes, it's not that it's the inability answer question you know they can't keep them on you know. The last question isn't it? True? You're a criminal who shot down ten men in the middle of the strike. Well, I don't want to talk about this. It's like. Yeah exactly, and they let him get away with it. So becomes very frustrating. It's down six o'clock our time tomorrow I to talk about what a great guy before confessed while the mass murdering. It's time six. Yeah. Okay Okay Ted Bundy. I wasn't he known as a good guy to some people seem so nice handsome. President. Trump is repeating claims that Joe Biden could be using some sort of four months enhancing drug number one having check out the Internet you'll see of people say. And whether he is or not doesn't matter but. I would love to take a test and he can take a listen to this one today. Let's listen to this one again. First of all, if it's on the Internet, it got to be true. Check out the Internet you'll see people say. So. It's gotta be true. Whether he is or not doesn't matter but whether he is or not doesn't matter. What? How does that make any sense? I would love to take a test and he can take a test to. All right. Go get him boys. We great choices talk. Whether he is or isn't doesn't matter but if you go to the Internet plenty are people are saying it's that's right. About you Jimmy long legs down the streets got an Internet connection be so. and. It's gotta be true. Okay, what else Tremblay's bring up these claims of drug use is appropriate because you have a president that needs that kind of help he wouldn't be able to deal with tough world leaders. That's why he's. Throwing, up the flair. Over the weekend president trump said I choose you to judge Amy Coney Barrett the president's third. Supreme Court nominee number two, Vicki Center, the greeting card this Choo Choo choos. With a little church on the front. She's one of our nation's most brilliant legal minds and I think you do very well we're moving along very quickly. tremendous unity of the Republican. Party. Its consequence of winning elections, which we did for substantially both in the Senate and obviously in the. White. House. At forty eight years old would be the youngest justice serving on the current court. If she is confirmed, she would also be the first mother of school age kids serve as a justice she and her husband have seven children. She's known as a devout Catholic originalist president trump defense supreme court nominee in her religious faith over Doa Cavanaugh said about her. Is One piece of A. Polite Not Mary appropriate cannot very polite. All right. Then the most inappropriate things are very polite. What number of my number three number three now Democrats are really brazenly attacking judge. Barrett for again, her faith mostly is what I'm hearing for her Catholic faith. I think they ought to treat. Religion with much more respect i. think it's a disgrace that they can do it. Are they turned down for her religion apparently they some what I saw on the Internet. So therefore according to trump i. Is Apparently, she's in some sort of cult some religious colour. Sheehan. people of prayer prayer people I don't know. Okay. been called Coltie. We're all in some kind of weird little club aren't. Aren't we we are. We're all in some little weird club and so our politicians, some are summer in a little prayer colts summer in little parking lot clubs where they look for Dixon the cloud it's. Your Little Club who cares right ear cares. Geez. Carrying on. It's a Lotta carrying on for no reason right to foregone conclusion that she's going. Right. I think so so they're gonNA. They're gonNA Hoffman puff even though they know there's no reason no point to it at all just because they want to, they're gonNA complain knowing that they are going to change anything because then they can show their constituents at least i. Said something I did all I could. As a constituent on not interested in you wasting time bitching about something that is going to have no change find something more useful to do with your time than people want the optics of David. I'm not interested and. To be useful with your time. What works? All right. What else at Republicans had promised a speedy confirmation process. Trump wants it done before election day, which is thirty six days away on average. It takes seven days to confirm a new justice but there was a record of just over forty days once before maybe he'll get his way. Joe. Biden says that the nomination is ill-timed considering that early voting is already underway in some states number four. Has To stand strong for our democracy. They must not act on this nomination to the American people finish the process they're already begun of selecting president and their Congress well blame. GINSBURG for dying at a very bad time. seriously. We're GONNA start pointing fingers around. Joe. Turf all. She could retire during the Obama Administration. You still would have enter eighties a good service run. You know she could've retired during the Obama Administration when they had the Senate less thanks for all the laps over there. Okay. Thank you. What else do we? Have to hear that I don't know what he's. GonNa retire that one sure data boy. Okay what else yesterday the New York Times reported to the obtained decades worth of information on President Trump's tax returns from what they reported. They said he had paid no federal income taxes intended the last fifteen years in both twenty, sixteen and twenty seventeen. He paid seven hundred and fifty dollars. The irs reportedly says the average. Taxpayer has to pay about sixteen times more than that. Good. Well, thousand good night off she whiz that's GonNa Piss people off isn't it the reason his tax bill will so low. Apparently he claimed millions of dollars in losses from some of his business biggest businesses he says, he does taxes but. Won't give tells her say how much he's paid number five. Totally. Fake News. Actually I pay tax, but it will see that as soon as my tax returns. It it's under order they've been under for a long time. The IRS does not treat me well. Be Either..
Judge Amy Coney Barrett nominated to US Supreme Court by President Trump
"Over the weekend president trump said I choose you to judge Amy Coney Barrett the president's third. Supreme Court nominee number two, Vicki Center, the greeting card this Choo Choo choos. With a little church on the front. She's one of our nation's most brilliant legal minds and I think you do very well we're moving along very quickly. tremendous unity of the Republican. Party. Its consequence of winning elections, which we did for substantially both in the Senate and obviously in the. White. House. At forty eight years old would be the youngest justice serving on the current court. If she is confirmed, she would also be the first mother of school age kids serve as a justice she and her husband have seven children. She's known as a devout Catholic originalist president trump defense supreme court nominee in her religious
"vicki center" Discussed on The Signal
"Many. People have pointed out this week that the issues, the protesters arising in America is not unique to that country in Australia there's a long well-documented history of members of the indigenous community being the victims of police violence, indigenous deaths in custody, and just generally indigenous people here being dramatically over represented every step of the justice system including prisons. The incident in sorry hills is being investigated, but whatever comes of it. The New South Wales Premier Gladys Barret Jacqueline seems to think there's a problem I think what's happened in the US is a good wakeup call for all of us and I think all of our hearts are breaking as to what's happening in audit states, and we certainly have to have to ensure that we do what we can in our country to protect all of our citizens. There are of course others notably some police who are concerned about something else. You South Well Central Metropolitan Region Commander Mic. Willing is one of them as the region commodity. He M. Y. Concerned about what I'm saying that footage. Oem, concerned but equally concerned about others who may use this for us to inflame it and turn it into something. Right and the New South Wales Police Commissioner Mc full has he's are intact to officer in questions being the police force ran three and a half years, and he's gotTa Clean History and oil candies, a good police officer, and you would have had a bad diane and I'm sure. Most of the community wouldn't want to see someone who's made a mistake sacked after making such a commitment to the community. So we called Dr. Vicki Centers. She's a senior lecturer at the Faculty of Law at the University of New South Wales, who specializes in placing I guess facade is what was your reaction when you saw this this clip during the rounds I had a number of reactions, the first lock Mars. PAYPAL was absolute horror. That, this was happening, but sadly not surprised because this kind of police violence directed to at first nations papal particularly. Young children and teenagers of Aboriginal Charlestown background is falsely Poelman I was also really glad that the young people involved. You to take footage, and this provides us with a direct opportunity around the truth of what happened. They fought who often of these incidences of police violence? The victim of the violence is not the. And we have a situation where particularly no first nations communities. Have, learnt that to exercise their rights and any kind of police accountability isn't generally to be found through internal police investigations on fortunately, and no, generally unfortunately, not in the justice system, but accountability is to be found in recording through my ball, Barnes and you citizens and community based accountability, and so it was a mix serve by Hora at the level, loads, violence and was very glad that the young people. Recorded that incident. It's kind of extraordinary timing, isn't it? Because the world is sort of focused on, you know the nature of policing and the power imbalance that exists between policy offices and members of minority groups people of Color I mean it's a symmetry of the of the power dynamic. That kind of jumps out particularly when you, what video like these. Policing is all about power, no matter what their form of violence often when we think the police violence wasting all, it's obvious physical manifestations, obviously the most greatest being place killings, but we have every day forms of police violence that exercised on the straight, such as that experienced five indigenous teenager. In surry hills, which is you know it's a systemic and structural form of violent that is every day and is not accounted. And with that comes from that power. I symmetry really important to dig behind because I. Think yes. Police training is one part of the story, but it's really small heart stories. About how is the trains? We made some book. Berry laced at being over policing our allies -ation all of indigenous.
"vicki center" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
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"vicki center" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Uh you mentioned the my alan kruger who was my predecessor as the chairman of the council of economic advisers i've spoken at length with dr quicker professor kruger about his study on it's filled with really interesting food for thought helpful a insights that will help us address this problem as we move forward on and so i i think you're right to mention that work it's extremely important work very well done and i've spoken with dr quicker about it over the occurs has to do more on yukio crisis who get them funding now get a truth wellspent uh we care to point oh my colleague we talked earlier this month for that i thank you mr chairman thank you dr vicki center thank you chairman has to if you don't mind we'd like to just give members a second round of questions this will be a lightning round so we'll just limit top members just questions that three minutes per member congressman eric paulsen committee cia i'm was met you just mentioned we just had a conversation about the lower unemployment rate job creation has actually been fairly strong recently economic growth has improved over the last year and was a lot better than expected not long ago if the administration is undertake in various initiatives to stimulate the economy even further can you come in a little bit on the effectiveness of different approaches to stimulate the economy and i'm thinking really of the supplyside versus the demand side stimulus yet yeah thank you this is something that that i've studied at length throughout my career and on that the one one thing i think that we know from a massive amount of work both on these studying the us economy the variation across states number agent across countries is that if we have an attractive a corporate tax code uh than it fosters higher growth higher capital formation and especially higher wage growth which is something that is disappointed enormously in recent years said so i would say that uh the growth uh from the tax bill is going to be your front and center uh it's going to be something that we're good experience it's a reason why you know many wall street firms are now forecasting you know what used to be impossible that we.