35 Burst results for "Wade Ever"

Texas Supreme Court blocks order that resumed abortions

AP News Radio

01:16 min | 20 hrs ago

Texas Supreme Court blocks order that resumed abortions

"Abortion providers and patients across the country have been struggling to navigate the evolving legal landscape around abortion laws and access I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Texas clinics have been turning away patients rescheduling them and now face canceling appointments again after the Texas Supreme Court blocked a lower court order late Friday that had given some confidence to resume abortions The state had left an abortion ban on the books for the past 50 years walrus was in place but a Houston judge on Tuesday reassured some clinics they could temporarily resume abortions up to 6 weeks into pregnancy Texas attorney general Ken Paxton quickly asked the state Supreme Court stocked with 9 Republican justices to temporarily put that order on hold which it did Friday night In Florida a law banning abortions after 15 weeks went into effect Friday The day after a judge called it a violation of the state constitution and said he'd sign an order temporarily blocking it next week While in Kentucky a trigger law imposing a near total ban on the procedure took effect a week ago Friday the same day the U.S. Supreme Court overturned roe versus wade a judge blocked that law Thursday meaning the state's only two abortion providers can resume seeing patients for now I'm Ben Thomas

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Abraham Lincoln Would Agree With Overturning Roe v. Wade

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 1 d ago

Abraham Lincoln Would Agree With Overturning Roe v. Wade

"Morons who are listening to me not you but morons will say but isn't that what the court did No that's not what the court did In fact this court undid that In roe versus wade the Casey decision and actually another decision In this court said what Lincoln said We should not have made a national policy decision In roe V wade and Casey in other cases to make a decision rather than as to those particular litigants and people in a similar position This court followed exactly what Lincoln said It said we're not setting national policy And this court as an institution failed to adhere to its narrow focus mission 50 years before And 20 years before Therefore we reverse what we did and the damage we did and it's up to the states Lincoln would have agreed with that

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Doug Collins and Matt Whitaker Discuss the Left's 'Judicial Activism'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:16 min | 1 d ago

Doug Collins and Matt Whitaker Discuss the Left's 'Judicial Activism'

"Line, we got former active attorney general Matt winner, good friend of mine, got to know him a lot. We sort of traded books. He's been in my books. But Matt, it is good to have you on how you been today. I'm doing awesome. My friend, how are you? Happy Independence Day. Hey man, happy independence. It's good to celebrate it, isn't it? You know. We have the best country in the world. Well, and we just always need to remember the Patriots that gave the ultimate sacrifice or were willing to give the ultimate sacrifice. Not only to secure our liberty, but also to defend it for the last almost 250 years. It's really a celebration of just what makes America great, I think. Oh, I agree with you completely and looking at it. But I want to turn my attention, of course, we've had a, I think, and I said it in the first segment today. The left is calling a judicial activism. We're simply calling it back to reality and interpreting interpreting the law in a constitutional. I mean, what we're seeing out there right now is that it reminds me of the scene from The Wizard of Oz, the liberals. I don't think it's amazing because actual real law. But I want you to respond to this. I mean, what bothers me about this though is the president has been overseas. He's been to G 7. Whatever, but he's been there. But then when he had the opportunity when he starts talking about it, he actually degrades our court on a world stage. I want you to listen to this and I want to get your comments on this. I'm joined by a group of democratic governors. We work closely to protect women's rights after this tragic reversal of roe V wade. The terrible extreme decision in my view, upending lives and impacting on the health and safety of millions of women. And I share the public outrage at this extremist court that's committed to moving America backwards. And now Matt, come on. I mean, he said this day, but he said it on world stage. Tell me, what is this court extremist, except they didn't know what they want. No, I mean, I think this restores constitutional jurisprudence closer to the constitution. And I've never, you know, the Democrats are always talking about democracy, right? They're always like, we're a democracy. We're actually we're a constitutional republic, but let's not quibble. Ultimately, the people are sovereign. And this opinion restored the power of this issue to the people and to the

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Biden Wants to Kill Filibuster to Codify Abortion

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:04 min | 1 d ago

Biden Wants to Kill Filibuster to Codify Abortion

"From Biden talking about how he how he would support changing the filibuster ruse for codifying roe V wade fortunately, he was shot down by his own party relatively quickly, Eric go ahead, please. The first and foremost thing we should do is make it clear how outrageous this decision was and how much it impacts not just on what was right to choose, which is a critical critical piece. And on privacy generally, on privacy, generally. And so I'm going to be talking to the governors as to what actions they think I should be taking as well. And but the most important thing to be clear about is we have to change, I believe we have to codify roe V wade in the law and the way to do that is to make sure that Congress votes to do that. And if the filibuster gets in the way, it's like voting rights, it should be we provide an exception for this, the required exception to the filibuster for this action to deal with the speech.

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Abortion, women's rights grow as priorities: AP-NORC poll

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 d ago

Abortion, women's rights grow as priorities: AP-NORC poll

"A new poll finds that more Americans see abortion or women's rights as a priority for the government to address following the Supreme Court's decision to overturn roe V wade The survey by The Associated Press and the norc center for public affairs research finds that 22% of adults in the U.S. name abortion or women's rights as one of up to 5 problems they want the government to work on That's more than doubled since December for women 9% in December said abortion was a priority right before the ruling it was 21% and after the ruling 37% Donna water Washington

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If Not for Donald Trump, Roe v. Wade Would Still Be Intact

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:21 min | 2 d ago

If Not for Donald Trump, Roe v. Wade Would Still Be Intact

"John zamira. You were just making the point, which I've made in the past. If it were not for Donald Trump, roe V wade would have not been overturned. If it were not for Donald Trump, Kavanaugh would not have made it through, the nonsense, the evil lies that they put up against him. He would have been forced to withdraw his nomination even though these were totally unsupported lies. They would have said, well, it's the good of the country. That's what the Republican establishment, the rhinos, the so called moderates. That's what they exist for. They are surrender buckets. It is their job when the Democrats start cheating at basketball to lose gracefully to the globe products, like the Washington generals used to. It is the job of Republicans like George Bush and McCain and Romney and Adam kinzinger and Liz Cheney. Their job is to turn over our institutions and our power and our wealth in our country to our enemies in a gracious way. They are the Vichy government that Hitler put in charge of France. They are there to pretend to represent us and pretend to protect us while in fact enforcing the Nazis will on us and making us feel like they're on our side.

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Robert Netzly of Inspire Investing Exposes Abortion Vacation Companies

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:14 min | 2 d ago

Robert Netzly of Inspire Investing Exposes Abortion Vacation Companies

"I am speaking now. Again, with our friend who, I don't know how to put this. Robert Nestlé started this thing called inspire investing. And every time we talk, I get very excited about this. Robert, welcome back. It is my pleasure to be here, Eric. We're always talking about roughly the same thing. The idea of this company is to help people understand where their money is going, what they're doing with their money. And if their money is working against what they believe in, we're working for what they believe in. We have just had roe V wade be overturned finally. Thank God. Because it was horrible law. It doesn't even matter your position on abortion. It was just bad law. But we now see companies saying doing this virtue signaling that well, we are so pro abortion, we will pay for our employees to have an abortion, you know, we're not going to pay for them to help them have a kid and to pay for formula and diapers and rent and whatever we're not going to help them have a kid, but we'll help them have an abortion. Most people that I know would say, I don't want to do business with a company like that. Are they crazy? Are they kidding? How can we know whether we are dealing with that kind of a company or aren't? Yeah, we've been inundated with that question ever since late last week when that phenomenal decision came out. We're just praising God for that decision among with so many others. And all these companies coming out and saying that we're going to start paying for abortion travel to states where it's still legal. For the time being anyway. And so we had inspire that's what we specialize. And we have the most robust they said to help people understand what the companies that are in your mutual fund in your 401k, like what are they doing to from a moral perspective? Such as giving money to Planned Parenthood or in this case, we're compiling a really robust dataset on these companies in real time as they're coming out on a daily basis now. Which companies are paying for these travel

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Thinking Big With Mike Cernovich

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | 2 d ago

Thinking Big With Mike Cernovich

"Mike, what do you have to say to some Republicans that are still kind of very focused on, let's just say non controversial issues, corporate taxes, regulatory reform isn't a lesson post roe versus wade being overturned now is the time for us to think big to go for the impossible. I mean, the conventional orthodoxy is that you're right, no one thought this was possible. We've talked about that over the last, you know, over the last week in particular, so where do we go from here? What is the ethos of the conservative movement be then? Well, the bank movement here culturally is that the Christians within the conservative movement were always looked down upon by real Republicans. They never really liked the Christians, they tolerated them to win. And Josh Holly had a profound observation because he understands that he's lived in both worlds, right? He's gone to elite law schools. He was, I believe, a Supreme Court clerk. He's traveled in both of those worlds, right? And he realized how looked down upon Christians are amongst all of these big business Chamber of Commerce. So called conservatives. So the lesson here is that the real Christians don't need the Chamber of Commerce people, right? You have to make an adjustment now of who has the power and I say that not as a negative way to abuse power, but you have to look at who actually matters and who doesn't. And these people who think that elections are about whether or not the marginal tax rate is going to be 18% or 15%. You're along for the ride with these other people. You're not the ones dictating the agenda anymore. So I think what you have to do here is you have to press the advantage hard and you have to remind these people, look, we did all this without you. We all remember the 2016

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The Supreme Court Has One Job: Interpreting the Constitution

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:05 min | 2 d ago

The Supreme Court Has One Job: Interpreting the Constitution

"Okay, so again, let's review folks. Their gutless. They admit sort of that, yeah, roe V wade is made up. And I think I want people to understand John how extraordinary that is because the Supreme Court has one job. It's to interpret the constitution in 73, they misinterpret the constitution, deliberately, which is an amazing thing. It's a power. Yeah, it's a coup d'etat by 5 lawyers as justice Scalia once said that the Democrats gave up on a menu with us too. The old fashioned way, like the equal rights amendment because it's hard and they'll fail. So they just decided to have the Supreme Court do it and be like a sitting constitutional convention, 5 guys ruling the country by decree. If you're not comfortable with that, you should be happy with the overturning of roe V wade. Regardless of how you feel about killing children for sexual convenience, even if you're for that. You should be happy that 5 guys are not running the country like it's a mafia family.

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Eric Reacts to the Legal Genius of Clarence Thomas

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:42 min | 2 d ago

Eric Reacts to the Legal Genius of Clarence Thomas

"What do you think of clarence Thomas's statement in the majority opinion announcing the intent to overturn other Supreme Court rulings like birth control? Do you think that is actually a good idea? Well, this is another teaching moment, right? What clarence Thomas was talking about? There are people that are so full of hate that they don't really care to think things through. Clarence Thomas is a legal genius, and he's thinking through very carefully. He is not talking about the rightness or wrongness of birth control. He's not even talking about the rightness or wrongness of abortion. He's talking about what the constitution says and what it does not say. And we've got to focus on that, folks, okay? I know that abortion is wrong. So the question is not whether it's wrong. The question is, does the constitution as interpreted by the 9 Supreme Court Justices? Create a right to abortion. They determined correctly that, of course, it does not. It's the states that have to figure out what their abortion laws are. Number one, number two, anything else that was misjudged in the same way that roe V wade was bad law. Clarence Thomas has simply saying we need to revisit these things. In other words, put your feelings about same sex marriage aside. The question is, does the Supreme Court have the right to say that the constitution says something that it doesn't? And so I think it's very brave of him and wonderful of him to want to revisit these things, but it's not about the specific issues. It's about what the constitution says and doesn't

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John Zmirak: Pro-Choice Arguments Are Dead, Now We See the Demons

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | 2 d ago

John Zmirak: Pro-Choice Arguments Are Dead, Now We See the Demons

"So last time you and I talked. We just found out about the overturning of roe V wade. And in the new America, that's in the wake of that. I shaved the beard that I had grown protests roe V wade. No, I saved it because it's a hundred. You put the beard in a coffin and is it on your desk? No, I nailed it all to Nancy Pelosi. Oh my God. So we do live in a different America. We have to realize it's also a little bit of scarier America. Just the way I've got a piece of stream dot org called the pro choice arguments are dead. Now we see the demons. John, John, hang on. I saw that you wrote that article. And before I'm glad you wrote it, because that was precisely what I have been thinking. It has never been clearer ever. If you want to really see what is going on, but you of course wrote an article about this, but I've been thinking about this incessantly how it's become so clear. So go ahead. It's that stream dot org. Yes, yes, thank you. If I said that, I spent most of Friday reading Samuel le those majority opinion. First, the summary, and then the whole thing. And then I tried to Robert's concurrence, but so bored, I wanted to pull my own head off and kick it down the field like a soccer ball. Then I read clarence Thomas's concurrence with this great. But what you learn from reading it is there are no arguments for abortion being protected in the constitution. What's more than never work? Roe V wade was garbage. Just total. Total

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What Time Is It in the Conservative Movement?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 2 d ago

What Time Is It in the Conservative Movement?

"What time is it? In the conservative movement. I believe that is the most operative question we can ask, what time is it? Tell me unpack this is a very wise man, someone I've known for quite a while, and I check his Twitter feed often for how he is analyzing things. Mike zerner, Mike, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. My pleasure, man. How are you? Good. It's been a while, so let me ask the question, what time is it? And how should we, how should we respond to our leaders unable to answer that question? Well, I mean, what time it is is the surprise, you know, Ben Shapiro did a thing with Jeremy boring with their event, the night where they said, nobody thought roe versus wade would ever be overturned. I would have bet anything. Anything that it never would have been overturned. And I don't mean that in a negative way, just predictably. Nobody ever thought this would happen with the law school 20 years ago. The idea that roe versus the way was going to be overturned was always always a pipe dream. So I think when you think about these things, you always want to think about the spiritual lesson. More so than the current event you always want to contextualize it and it just shows the power of people never giving up, right? That really is the lesson that I took from this is because if you'd asked me, hey, lead the charge against roe versus wade, I would say, well, but she's not going to happen. I got other things to do with my day. She's not going to happen. No offense. You know, all love for you. But just it is what it is. And that's why you just you can just never give up. When you have the left certainly not giving up. But I think that's the lesson here is you have to keep the pressure on people. You have to be unrelenting. You have to keep demanding that the judges, the judicial appointments matter, the that really is a lesson that you can't ever give up on anything

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Charlie Welcomes President of Students for Life, Kristan Hawkins

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:08 min | 2 d ago

Charlie Welcomes President of Students for Life, Kristan Hawkins

"Here. Kristen Hawkins, phenomenal pro life warrior. I saw you right there in front of the Supreme Court as the decision came down wonderful students for life, Kristen, welcome back to the program. Thanks for having me, Charlie. Good to talk to you again. Thank you. Congratulations. It's been many years of work for you and so many others. Just first, your initial reaction roe versus wade being overturned. Yeah, I mean, almost indescribable to talk about this moment that we've been working for for 50 years to see the court admit that it was wrong, egregiously wrong in 1973 and disregarding the science of human life and when it begins. But to know that this decision immediately after this decision came down, states started to act to ban abortions, shutting down abortion facilities. Within one day we knew of over 400 children that had been spared the violent death of abortion. And this is really a turning point for our entire culture and our entire country. And I think really, as you saw with President Biden's remarks, the day of the decision, the start of the 2022 midterm election

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Joe Biden Gives License to Violence Against SCOTUS

Mark Levin

01:01 min | 2 d ago

Joe Biden Gives License to Violence Against SCOTUS

"They do not think that You haven't found one person one world leader to say America's going backward America is better positioned to lead the world than we ever have been We're such a disgusting liar But go ahead I mean the world are inflation rates are lower than other nations in the world He's such a liar That's so untrue but it doesn't matter Does it Go ahead And to stabilize it is the outrageous behavior of the Supreme Court of the United States An overruling not only roe V wade but essentially challenging the right to privacy So let's stop there It's propaganda like this Coming from him coming from AOC Coming from Nancy Pelosi coming from Schumer and coming from the American meter media among others That is essentially giving license to the violence

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 Judge temporarily blocks Kentucky’s near-total abortion ban

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 d ago

Judge temporarily blocks Kentucky’s near-total abortion ban

"Judges across the country have been weighing in on whether state constitutions allow abortions after the Supreme Court last week overturned roe V wade A judge in Kentucky is temporarily blocked that states nearly total ban on abortions While in Florida judge says hill temporarily stop a 15 week ban from taking effect The rulings pause so called trigger laws which were designed to take effect after the high court ruled to end federal constitutional protections for abortions Florida Republican governor Ron DeSantis says his state will appeal In other states there have been disputes involving abortion bans that have been on the books for generations but never enforced The flurry of activity has caused confusion and

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Joe Biden Wants to Eliminate the Filibuster to Codify Abortion

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:24 min | 2 d ago

Joe Biden Wants to Eliminate the Filibuster to Codify Abortion

"Is ramping up a press conference. And he is now threatening to abolish the filibuster so they can codify abortion. Cut number one please. Most important thing to be clear about is we have to change, I believe we have to codify roe V wade in the law and the way to do that is to make sure that Congress votes to do that. And if the filibuster gets in the way, it's like voting rights, it should be, we provide an exception for this, the required exception of the filibuster for this action to deal with the street purchases. You watch what's going to happen here, folks. They're going to try to do this. Also, they're going to try to pack the court. Look, these Democrats are unhinged right now, and this is a dangerous place for the country to be in Biden and they understand that their policies have completely failed. They know the only thing that could possibly could possibly muster support would be to go toe to toe with the Republicans on codifying abortion and then stacking the court. It's not going to work because as we also know, the polling shows that most people don't really care about this issue at all. So the Biden administration's about to put this country on a very, very dangerous path. Meanwhile,

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Biden Endorses Ending Filibuster to Codify Abortion Rights

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 d ago

Biden Endorses Ending Filibuster to Codify Abortion Rights

"President Biden says he'd back an exception to Senate rules if that's what it takes to pass a bill protecting abortion rights as he blasts the Supreme Court's decision to overturn roe V wade as destabilizing The president says the solution is for Congress to codify rose protections in an evenly split Senate that would likely require changing the rules that now let any member block a bill unless it has 60 votes The president's pitching one Requiring exception in the filibuster It's an election year shift as the president tries to rally voters outraged by the ruling to boost democratic

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Biden says he supports filibuster exception to codify Roe v. Wade

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 d ago

Biden says he supports filibuster exception to codify Roe v. Wade

"Wrapped up a NATO summit in Europe President Biden defended America's world standing while ripping the Supreme Court's decision to overturn roe V wade The president says ending the constitutional right to abortion is destabilizing I believe we have to codify roe V wade in the law And heed back changing Senate rules to do it And if the filibuster gets in the way it's like voting rights it should be we provide an exception for this That would let a bill move forward with a simple majority instead of 60 votes though Democrats still don't have enough votes to make the exception The president spoke in Spain after what he called a historic summit noting the U.S. remains positioned to lead the world as

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"wade ever" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

07:39 min | 2 months ago

"wade ever" Discussed on Today, Explained

"James bopp runs a law firm in his hometown Terre Haute Indiana. It's a corner building. It's kind of easy to miss if you're keeping your head down because the wind chill is about -70. Wait a minute. Now while we went the wrong way, I think, yeah, that's 9. We were there in March because we'd heard from a very well informed law professor that mister bopp is perhaps the main reason that roe versus wade was so imperiled. Is it true that you are the smartest man in Terre Haute? No. That's the rumor. No. Are you being modest? No. Decades ago, Jim bob seized on a novel legal strategy with one goal. Undermine that 1973 decision. And, well, here we are in 2022. Do you remember when you became aware of what abortion was, what it meant, what it involved? Yes, early on. My dad was a doctor, and he talked often to us about you do no harm, and, of course, abortion kills the unborn baby. The other thing that was really kind of just accidental was, in my room, there was a bookshelves above my head at the very top shelf where all his medical books. And I was interested in becoming a doctor. Like my dad and uncle and grandfather, but one of the books was the embryology textbook, and it fascinated me. I was drawn to it. The embryology textbook. Exactly. The embryo and how it was developing for an embryo to a zygote. It's actually zygote to embryo. In the stages of development and what the characteristics were. I mean, it was kind of a thick book, so it had a lot of stuff in it. But the thing that impressed me that's really to the abortion issue is there was no question that the unborn was a human life from conception. There was no debate about that. That was just simply a biological reality that doctors needed to know and would deal with, right? And when you couple that with a physician do no harm, the abortion issue was taking of an individual living human being, and that's what's at stake. And that's what makes it wrong. Except in rare circumstances. Jim is a conservative he has always been conservative even back in the 60s during which time he did not swing. Did you ever go through a rebellious phase? Is a teenager? Well, yes, but it isn't the normal one. My rebellion was, I was a conservative and a Republican whose teachers were liberal. My rebellion was organizing my high school for Barry Goldwater in 1964. Barry Goldwater is calling for courage and integrity in meeting problems. He's calling for an end to do nothing policies for progress based on the dynamic principles of the republic. He's calling for a rebirth of individual freedom. I would remind you that extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice. We created a group in my high school who were Republicans or believed in old water and wanted to do things to advance his candidacy. When Barry Goldwater ran, he was running against the moderate slash liberal establishment that controlled and ran the Republican Party. I mean, we were rebels. We were serious rebels. Goldwater had to overcome incredible odds to get the Republican nomination. I'm facing that electoral vote board so I can tell you by moving by moving those electoral votes in Wisconsin to the one column, according to a CBS vote profile analysis, Lyndon baines Johnson has been elected president of the United States. His electoral vote has gone over the 270 figure by a single vote 271 and the landslide has carried him in for his first term in office on his own right by his own election. Coldwater lost the election by a lot, in fact, and Jim went away to college to become a doctor, but he did not excel at science. So he went to law school instead. And? That was at the university of Florida in Gainesville, and on January 22nd, when the opinion was handed down, I was driving from the law school to my apartment. This is as distinct a memory as I have in my in my life, it was noon, and on comes the noon news report. Supreme Court and it announced what happened with roe V wade. And I was just shocked and appalled and heartbroken. Specifically, the court today overturned laws in Texas and Georgia and ruled the government has no right to enter into a decision which should be made by the mother and her doctor. During the second three months of pregnancy it ruled a state made regular it's just like yesterday. And yeah, because I thought this was really important. I mean, I just don't think there's anything more important than governments responsibility to protect life. After graduation, he went to work for the Indiana attorney general, then he opened an office in downtown Indianapolis, where he says he went broke for a few years. And then he got involved in national right to life. Where there was this battle underway among people who were anti abortion. The battle was between incrementalism and absolutism. Absolutism was, we would be morally complicit in roe V wade if we accepted it as law. And therefore the only thing that we can ever propose or support is pre roe V wade prohibitions on abortion, period. The incrementalist understood, I mean, you got to learn what fights to fight and what hills to die on, right? And no one has ever confused me with a Don Quixote, all right? So the reality is the pronouncements of the Supreme Court are the law of the land. And we'll be followed by all judges, and so you have to accept that and work within it. That is not a hill to fight on foolish. They wanted to fight on that hill. And what that would have meant was if the only laws we would ever support are complete prohibitions on abortion. A few of those would pass. If any, none of them would ever survive the most modest court challenge. And what was threatened by that approach was that the abortion issue would be taken off the public agenda. Okay? So there would be no prospect of anything about roe V wade ever happening..

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"wade ever" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

The Spivey Special Podcast

04:30 min | 9 months ago

"wade ever" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

"Sidebar there. I liked it. Sounds like old. Dan love a good sidebar. It's what we do best sidebar. Okay you wanna put it out there. We'll talk about it again next week. But what would you say. Our goal should be our foursome in the tournament. Coming up i'm saying top ten. I think fourteen unders. Our goal was thinking. I was thinking ten under her happy. We don't win. There's no way we win. We would have to chip in like twice. We'd have to shoot the gulf ball candidate and make it four under. That'd be pretty sweet. Just i think the difference. Though is i feel like morgan creek. We're going to be able to reach a lot more of the par fives. You're going to have you're going to have to hit three. Would on one. I did last time. Almost hit the green to seventy get put in a greenside bunker time so when you play. Have you determine their before his dad. I think that has i'm trying to think what teas they play from. I'm assuming the why every terminal replayed is the white 'cause they have that white blue combo. I've never played not white. Yeah scandal because turkey creek. Fifty eight hundred in morgan creek from the whites only fifty four. Maybe we do a combo. Then i'll have to ask the guy guys normally do. I think they probably do white. Though i don't mind. I mean everyone's playing the same as more fun for all the groups way from white score all right anything else guess next week. Oh you booked him. Miss the animal nine one six will be on the show next week giving us his picks he does not know about the potential of him having to chippendales dance. But he'll figure that out next week. Whoa that's what it's gonna be next week. We'll talk about what it's going to be. I think the bottom to have to do the dance. They could decide. Who's going to be. Watch mccall chris farley. I'll be patrick swayze. No i'm definitely chris farley wade ever. It's going to be to chris farley regardless of who wins. Yeah now we'll we'll figure something out for next week. I think it'd be pretty fun but we will have. We have a guest next week. We'll have to figure out how that works logistically. That's why we haven't had a guest in a little bit so we will have. That should be a lot of fun. Tyler was actually on another show making picks the other night really. I don't think he did that. Good so you ended up getting thirteen of sixteen thirteen sixteen..

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"wade ever" Discussed on Sky News Daily

Sky News Daily

07:14 min | 10 months ago

"wade ever" Discussed on Sky News Daily

"And so literally days before September first that is when this law went into place This was a burlington. The state of texas where abortion is banned at six weeks. That's cat a texas woman who doesn't want us to use her full name for reasons. That will become clear as you hear her story. I found out that i was pregnant and All of the abortion clinics in my city were completely booked. And i really didn't have a choice. I couldn't really travel outside of state. And i did the math in. I was already definitely past six weeks so i decided to have an abortion at home. What does texas's new abortion law mean for women in america. Why has it been brought in now and could abortion rights be overturned in the united states. Welcome to the sky news. Daily podcast with me. Sara houston as we examined the story beyond the headline on september. The fuss the state of texas enacted one of america's most restrictive abortion bills after the supreme court decided not to block the law. The bill bans abortions as early as six weeks into pregnancy. While stating that anyone in the country can sue a texan who aids in a best those looking to have an abortion after that deadline people who sued would be awarded at least ten thousand dollars and court costs if successful. The issue of abortion rights has been one of the most divisive subjects in the united states for the past half century in nineteen seventy-three. The supreme court ruled in roe versus wade. One of america's landmark court cases that abortion was a fundamental right under the us constitution. The law passed with little controversy in a seven two ruling decision to end the pregnancy during the first three months along to the woman and her doctor. Not the government does the antiabortion laws of forty six states for rendered unconstitutional. Abortion was seen by the majority of americans. As a women's health issue because illegal and botched abortions had resulted in deaths but after the ruling abortion became a lightning rod for the evangelical christian movement which claimed it was murder and an immoral act. Abortion means a baby dies. America wake up america judgment from almighty god is coming ever since roe versus wade. The country has been split down party lines. The majority of democrats align themselves with the pro choice movement a woman's right to govern her own body while most republicans see themselves as pro-life that life starts at conception temporary abortionists forever. That's right abortion stops obedient. Change your mind. Many republican voters have been trying to overturn roe versus wade ever since it passed electing pro-lifers to office who would then appoint pro-life judges to local and state courts and most importantly the supreme court this has resulted in more restrictive abortion laws. Being passed many expect the new texas law to be copied by other states around the country and there are now real concerns that roe versus wade could be overturned and abortion banned completely in the united states. i think roe was definitely in jeopardy Without a doubt with the supreme court that we have right now yes to help. Explain what's going on. I'm now joined by melissa. Murray the frederick iron greystoke professor of law at new york university and co host of these strict scrutiny. Podcast that covers the supreme court melissa. Great to have you on. Thanks for joining us today. Just explain for us. What has happened with texas abortion law so texas has done something that is both incredibly cynical and incredibly canny on a number of states in recent years in the united states have passed more aggressive abortion laws in part because they anticipate that they will receive a more hospitable reception in the us federal courts because former president donald trump managed to put so many of his judicial appointees on the court including the supreme court and they are noticeably more conservative in character and so a number of states alabama. Georgia mississippi have passed. What are known as heartbeat laws that prohibit abortion be after a certain period of time. Fifteen weeks twelve weeks in now very aggressively six weeks typically when these laws are passed on their immediately joined by federal courts because they clearly violate existing supreme court precedent under roe versus wade and planned parenthood versus casey. The state cannot impose a ban on abortion before viability which is typically the point in pregnancy. The fetus conservative outside of the woman. That's around twenty three twenty four weeks. So generally when these laws are passed reproductive rights groups and providers immediately filed suit to challenge their constitutionality and while the constitutionality of those laws as being determined the federal court will typically enjoin the law to stop it from going into effect while its constitutionality is pending before the court find join. Melissa you may blocked exactly The legal term is an injunction on and typically those are imposed by federal courts. But what texas did here though was They did something that was procedurally really devilish. I'm typically when you sue for a when you challenge the constitutionality of these laws you sue the state official who's charged with enforcing it. So the attorney general the department of health but what texas did in crafting this law is that it actually prohibited any state official from enforcing this law and instead deputize the laws enforcement to private citizens and the whole point of that was to basically make it impossible for this to be challenged in federal court and more importantly to have it in joined before it went into effect So it's a very canny. Move on texas is part on. It's very unusual We haven't really had a range of laws where the the laws enforcement is placed on the shoulders of private citizens. Ns lie is very explicit on private. Citizens may not only sue abortion providers for each abortion that they provide in violation of this law but any person who aids or abets someone in obtaining or providing abortion is also subject to suit so individual citizens have a private cause of action against these individuals who provide abortions or who helped people to provide abortions or.

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"wade ever" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"wade ever" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Bonnie. How's your move been so far. It's been amazing. Because i mean it's not that i didn't have a lot of friends in san antonio. I had a lot of friends there. And i had fun there but my life just felt a lot more like kind of Just like going through the motions. And like i felt like my life is just more like pointless. They're like. I was making money for me and coconuts survive and then having fun with my friends when i wasn't working but now it's like all my friends here really believe in something important and the the stuff i do for like the churches really feels importance to me. I don't think that i'm just like eating pizza to survive to the next day. So i can do uber eats. I love it and i loved it. I just feel this like immense love for my friends up here because they're just people who really understand like they value the same things. I do like chris wade. I love him so much. I just like. I've become really good friends with chris chris wade ever since he was here recording in the morning while we were being attacked by the government on march sixteen recorded video outside at six in the morning. Your out here. The people appear outstanding. And you'll get you'll get a taste that if you're at the porcupine freedom fest you've never been around more than two or ten libertarians. Well now you can be around three thousand of them and they're going to be people who you really get along with and it's gonna be a great time so go to pork. Best dot com pilar. Cfcs dot com to learn more about that event. This.

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"wade ever" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:22 min | 1 year ago

"wade ever" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Now streamed in hd on twitch visit our channel at twitch dot l. r. n. dot fm and. Give it a follow. If you have amazon prime you get one free subscription on twitch if you use it on our channel which will give l. r. n. Dot fm a monthly piece of your prime subscription cost so please watch follow share and subscribe to twitch dot l. r. n. dot fm that's twitch dot l. r. n. dot fm. The free state project has reached. Its goal of twenty thousand. Liberty lovers who've pledged to move to new hampshire and get active to achieve liberty in our lifetime. Perhaps you're trying to figure out what part of new hampshire should be your destination. If so consider keen you'll find more than one hundred and fifty reasons to move too keen at move dot free keen. Dot com keen is famous for its historic publicity generating activism as well as being the liberty media capital of the world. It's home to freaking dot com new hampshire's destination for liberty activism news and opinion for years. We've been compiling over one hundred and fifty reasons to move to keen at move dot free keen dot com. Where you'll learn about some of what's happening here. And what makes keen a great place to live. If you love liberty you'll probably enjoy anywhere you end up in the shire but do your due diligence. I please visit moved dot freaking dot com for the full list of over one hundred and fifty reasons to move to keene. That's move dot free keen dot com. We're still not sure why you'd wanna watch. But our video fetus streaming nightly for free at cam dot freetalklive dot com. It's free talk. Live the phone number here to join us on the radio. Bring up what you want. It's six oh three to eight three sixty one sixty so glad to have that number back that six three two eight three six one six zero and unfortunately you and i- bonnie we're stuck here in keene new hampshire the next two weeks because well to bail conditions. You're not but you want to hang out with me. So i appreciate you for that. So thank you have you all to myself indeed and coconut too coconut but it would be great to be up there and it sounds like it's already record-setting year with his matt who our co host was just on the phone with us at the porcupine freedom festival on day number one describing this the number of people that are there as like a normal thursday. Turn out for. Monday's so you know whatever have what always happens it. The porcupine freedom festival is some people can't come up for all seven days of it so like if you if all you can get off is your weekend or whatever then a lot of people start coming up on thursday and friday and then of course the event peaks on saturday and some people go home sunday. Some stay on to attend fork fest which is happening this year. It's the week after the freedom festival you can go to fork fest dot party to learn more about the event somebody else actually launched another fork fest website this year for the first time called fest dot com which actually has an interactive map where you can find out where people are at like where the food vendors are in where people are going to be doing whatever vending partying or whatever it is they wanna put on that nap which is really cool addition to forecast this year and that nap i believe is active through the porcupine freedom festival as well so go to fort fessed up party to learn more about folk fast. It's going to happen from june twenty eighth through july four. Th this year believe that the fireworks that the park does is going to be on july third this year so correct. It doesn't always happen on the fourth due to the fourth. Not always being on a saturday but as close to the fourth is they can get it. That's when they do their fireworks on that closest saturday. So if you can't make it to the porcupine freedom festival because again it's a sold out of that so if you don't have your ticket now the only way you can get a ticket if somebody else can't go and wants to sell it to you. Yeah apparently angie said there's a telegram group. I don't know what the group is called. But there's telegram group where people are selling pork fast. Tickets as i understand it The porcupine freedom festival this year has made a move onto telegram like never before it used to be that they had like a sort of proprietary piece of software that was like an events managing kind of software. And i think they got rid of that this year. Some sounds dumb. It was actually pretty decent. It was called hoover and for what it did. It did a good job. But from what i understand it was probably an expensive thing that what do you mean. Proprietary like you have to have a certain phone. No it would work for any phone but it was. I mean telegrams technically proprietary although it is open source in its client and but who is like you know. It's a closed source thing. They own the app this company and you have to pay to be on the app so you have to pay them to have your event on their app basically and it makes it easy for people to connect and you know have an event schedule and things like that so i think it was a good app. But i don't know what they charged. Ari and i actually tried to look into it last year. For fork fest. We wanted to find out like you know. What does it cost to get into this thing. Get on this app. We wanted to get focused on their for instance and it was one of those things where you couldn't find the price on their website. You had to like call and talk to one of their sales people and they pitch you on it and you know it's per user you're probably paying or whatever it was likely a very very expensive app so the porcupine freedom festival with their new organizer this year. Dennis he just. He'd embraced telegram and they've created like official porcupine freedom festival telegram chat. So i think if you if you go to port fest dot com. There may be a way to connect and find out where those channels are. But like you. And i aren't going so we're not on there and i'm not even allowed to use telegram hundred. My bill restrictions. So that's happening right now. If you can't get to the porcupine freedom festival come to work fast. I mean that's it's essentially. It's an event that sort of sprung out of the porcupine freedom festival. That's why it's called folk. Faster does a fork if you will of the porcupine freedom festival and so it happens the week after it ha- it includes a lot of the people a lot of people who are like you know what i'd i'd rather be here for two weeks rather than one they stay on after the porcupine freedom festival they stay another week now. Some people actually come just for fork fast. So what will happen this weekend. Is the pork freedom. Festival will will sort of wind down on sunday. Some people who have to go back to work or only plan to be here for a week they gotta leave so they packed up their campsites and they take off and then some people who again could only get a week off. They wanted to come to fork fast because they prefer the more decentralized approach because forecast has no organizer. There's no one deciding what goes on. Every individual who attends. The event makes their own decision as to what to do or what to provide as far as services or food or whatever it is they want to do and so every individual sort of decides at four so it's a kind of a different vibe and so some people just want to come up for that so then next monday will see again. Numbers will go down likely at the end of the porcupine freedom festival somewhat and then they'll come back up a little bit more During fork fast now odds are fast is probably not going to be sold out the from what i understand. Not only is the porcupine freedom festival sold out of tickets. Like three thousand tickets got sold which is almost twice what their biggest year was previously. They had like a seventeen hundred person year. Peak in island twenty fourteen or so and so. This is way bigger than that. The entire campground is sold out every campsite every rv site every people. Three thousand people That would make this event. I think probably emmy correct me. If i'm wrong on this somebody out there six. Oh three two eight three sixty one. Sixty that may make the porcupine freedom festival. The biggest libertarian event or voluntaristic. An artist what he's going to call libertarian bent in america hands down. I mean that's like a huge high school margin. Just everyone had a huge like inner city high school. That's a lie people. It's a ton of people and a lot of them are going to be there for the very first time. ever that. Never come to new hampshire before because all of a sudden twenty twenty with the whole cova. Crackdown that brought it home to a lot of libertarians. Like hey it's time to start thinking about making a move. It's time to start. Look your government. These government gangsters their texas. You name it. There's a ton of places across the country that were total. Crackdown places and or mostly total. Crackdown you. Know places and people finally now. They've been freed from a lot of their jobs. That you can work remotely. That was of course. A big reason people staying where they were well. It's my job job here. We heard about someone yesterday. Whose moving up here now because of During covid he got to start working remotely and perfect. Excuse now is he already here as he Okay great because there's a lot of people that actually do make the move this week like. They packed their car up with whatever belongings. They sold a bunch of their stuff in their house. Pack up whatever's left. Make the move during the pork fest week. Make the move during the fork fest week coming up and they never leave and they stay here so i think we're gonna see record numbers. We saw record numbers of free state project movers last year. I think we're gonna break that number this year. And i hope that we smash through it with more liberty minded people coming up here to make a better life for themselves. I mean aside from the federal government smashing our windows back in march bonnie. How's your move so far. It's been amazing. Because i mean there's not that i didn't have a lot of friends in san antonio. I had a lot of friends there. And i had fun there but my life just felt a lot more like kind of Just like going through the motions. And like i felt like my life was just more pointless. They're like. I was making money for me and coconuts survive and then having fun with my friends when i wasn't working but now it's like all my friends here really believe in something important and that the stuff i do for like the church is really fills importance to me. I don't think that i'm just like eating pizza to survive to the next day. So i can go to uber eats ya. I love it. I love it. I just feel this like immense love for my friends up here because they're just people who really understand like they've value the same things. I do like chris wade. I love him so much. I just like. I've become really good friends with chris chris wade ever since he was here recording in the morning while we were being attacked by the government on march sixteen when he recorded video outside at six in the morning. Yeah yeah the people of pure outstanding. And you'll get your taste of that if you're at the porcupine freedom festival if you've never been around more than two or ten libertarians. When you can be around three thousand of them and they're going to be people who really get along with and it's going to be great time so Go to fest. Dot com t. dot com to learn more about that.

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"wade ever" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"wade ever" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"At the Twizzlers on good unison in those whistles. Bologna's Jen, You got four corrected. Oh, Jen, bring the big guns See, James and brush. Oh, man, squeeze in an extra question or two. You know what I think is the seventies that Elvis side You got fine. Just barely. Jen. Sorry, Jim. Joking. Let's dude that was a respectable game, my friend. Let's go over the answers for everybody. On this day in 1941, the U. S naval base in Pearl Harbor was attacked by Japan in America. The shape of a stop sign is an octagon in Europe. It is also an octagon trick question through my past. So how many buns are included in the McDonald's Big Mac? That's 31 on top one on bottom and one in the middle. Jenny knows all about that. In the old West, you'd find a pair of ivory Zina gambling parlor. Those air dice back then there were usually made out of ivory Nepal is located in Asia next to the Himalayan mountains. Mozart's first name is Wolfgang Wolfgang. Amadeus Mozart and Elvis Presley passed away in the 19 seventies 77. Nice work, Jen. That was a good game. Now. No cash today but just for playing. You do get a $25 ekes pizza, gift card and swag. And now it seeks pizza. You can order and get delivered canned cocktails, bottled wine or seltzer's with your pizza. Sure to go 26 pizza calm or you can order from the six app. And that's the ZX app. Not the freaks at that I'd accidentally downloaded e mean they both have pizza guys on there, But one is Wade ever. Okay? Different service dept. Much dead. Yeah. And so congratulations on that Jan. Although maybe she works. It seeks Jack work. Please give us a hint, Not six. But I do love the speed that I come and I will tip you so big. What type of cuisine At least. You Latin American? That sounds so good. I want to eat their million steakhouse. I am so hungry. Let's just end this game. You guys on her Instagram. Okay, we'll see you soon. Jack will be back to play Win Brook's box. Same time tomorrow. Reckon. Jeffrey.

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"wade ever" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"wade ever" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

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"wade ever" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

09:47 min | 1 year ago

"wade ever" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

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"wade ever" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"wade ever" Discussed on KQED Radio

"By the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by contributions to your PBS station from viewers like you. Thank you. The presidential candidates were back out on the campaign trail today, just hours after their primetime town halls. They set their sights on battleground states aiming to drum up more support. In the final weeks of the race. Lisa Desjardin begins our coverage. 18 days until the election and the presidential candidates are both on the road in pivotal swing states today, President Trump in Florida I will protect you. I will defend you and I will fight for you with every ounce of energy and conviction that I have And former vice President Biden in Michigan. I'm going to build a resilient infrastructure, creating good paying jobs, building roads and bridges this after a night, originally scheduled for a face to face debate. Instead, Americans saw competing TV town halls. Mr. Trump got an hour of prime time at his event in Miami hosted by NBC News. He had refused to debate Biden in a virtual format following his cove in 19 diagnosis, but it's unclear just how much better this was for him. He spent much of the night on defense you if you've done this, everybody. NBC's Savannah Guthrie confronted President Trump with questions about his health. When was your last negative test? Did you tell debate? I don't know. I don't even remember even after His own bout with the Corona virus. Mr. Trump wavered on his position on masks falsely claiming that 85% of people who wear them catch the virus. I was okay with the masks. I was good with it, but I've heard many different stories and masks. And when pressed, he refused to disavow the far right conspiracy group. Q. And on. I just don't know about you and You do know? I don't know. No, I don't know. I don't know a remote control. Click away quite a contrast the words of a president matters instead of combative exchanges, longer answers and more time for voter questions. Besides, you ain't black. What do you have to say to young black voters who see voting for you as further participation in a system that continually fails to protect them? Well, I say first of all, as my buddy John Lewis said. It's a sacred opportunity to right to vote could make a difference. Early ratings indicated. The Biden Town Hall, moderated by ABC News is George Stephanopoulos in Philadelphia. Brought in more viewers than did the president. Biden eagerly dove into policy substance and his opponents track record. You have Iran closer to having enough nuclear material to build a bomb. North Korea has more bombs and missiles available to it. Find ourselves or our NATO allies and publicly saying they can't count on us with no interruptions. Compared to the last time the two candidates shared a stage by addressed voters concerns directly, so there's a lot more. If you want to know if you're gonna hang around afterwards, I'll tell you more. The issues making the biggest headlines this week marked moments in both events. I would not have appointed her. Biden declined to answer whether he's open to expanding the Supreme Court. Following Republicans pushed to confirm Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the bench depends on how much they rush this, but he promised voters a definitive stands by the election. Meanwhile, Mr Trump also dodged other matters potentially hinging on that confirmation. He said he never told Barrett how to vote if the landmark abortion rights case Roe versus Wade Ever got challenged in the court. He refused to commit to whether he'd like to see Will re Wade overturned. I don't want to do anything to influence anything right now, a stark contrast from his stance in 2016. We put another two or perhaps three justice zone. That's really what's going to be has that's will happen. And that will happen automatically, in my opinion, because I am putting pro life and justices on the court. The two candidates are next set to appear together Thursday for their final debate for the PBS NewsHour and Lisa Desjardin. While the candidates continue to make their case is more than 22 million Americans have already voted, including 2.5 million ballots cast in Texas, where early voting began this week. Our Daniel Bush has been reporting in the state, and he joins us now from Houston. So, Dan Hello. We know earlier this week you were in Georgia reporting on early voting there during the pandemic you've now spent. What a couple of days in the Houston area Harris County. What are you seeing in terms of voting there? Judy, Texas, is one of only just five states where the pandemic itself is not excuse to cast a mail in ballots. So the only people who can vote by mail here through absentee ballots are people age 65 older or who are disabled and meet a couple other criteria. A lot of those voters, though, are choosing to Hand those ballots in in person. They don't trust the mail system. But the governor here a Republican Greg Abbott, has made that harder by limiting the drop box locations where you can drop off those ballots in just one per county here in Houston in Harris County, that single location is outside of a football stadium. You can see the images. There is not very accessible, though, however, for people without a car or on foot. Democrats have argued that this is blatant voter suppression in a county that is 40%. African. American and Latino Republicans, however, have defended this move and pointed out that there are other ways that voting has been expanded through a larger early voting window and knew for the first time in Texas Drive thru voting. And s So interesting. Because Harris County what 2.4 Million residents? Only one drop off voting ballot place quickly. Dan. What are voters telling you about how they sense what their options are for voting? How much? How much do they know How much? How concerned, are they? There's a range of view, certainly a lot of concern. Other people who said that it was a roughly a fairly easy process, I should say, let's take a look to voters and what they had to say about how they voted. I feel like he's trying to suppress the voters by only having one drop box, especially.

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"wade ever" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"wade ever" Discussed on 710 WOR

"W o R Mr New York Mark Simone on W O get Teo President Trump will get to Amy Cockney. Barrett will get to all of that stuff Coming up. New iPhone will be announced. At one o'clock today. The iPhone 12 coming out. Ah, took the job Ireland did you say? That Amy Cockney Barrett. The questioning will go on for 11 hours today. Yeah. Today. Well, 11 asset I I don't know that it's going to be all 11 hours today. But there's 11 hours of questioning. Yes, 11 hours what they could ask her for 11 hours. Well, they keep asking the same question over and over again. How you going to vote on Obama care? Yeah, You know, First of all, she's already confirmed that they don't even need to have these hearings. They could just confirm where they have the votes. And they could do it right now. They could do it in our confirms. She's already been confirmed two years ago for the federal court with the same committee. She's already been through this, but they have to. Ah, Couple of things need to be done. One Lot of these people need to get on MSNBC and CNN. They know the hearings are on there, and they have to show off for their voters. Look at what I'm asking her. Look at what I'm accusing her of Look at how I'm telling her off it. But they got also walk a fine line because Democrats keep talking about how important it is to get the vote of the suburban housewife, the suburban mom, the suburban working mother, and this is the ultimate suburban working mother. So you can't beat her up too much. It doesn't look good. Now you'll notice that it's 50 years later and every time it's the Supreme Court just keep screaming Roe v. Wade could be overturned. It's been 50 years. Nobody ever even brought it up. How long you're going to use this dumb excuse this dump scare tactic could be the end of Roe v. Wade 50 years. How many Republican Supreme Court justices have been nominated approved dozens dozens. It never even came up. It's never coming up. Nobody's even gonna bring up Roe v. Wade ever in the court. It's never gonna happen. But don't you think a democratic voter Says to themselves. Remember when I was two years old. You're yelling about Roe v. Wade overturned. Remember when I was 12, you were yelling that you know, when I was in college, you were yelling that it's now 50 years later, stop yelling that S o. The new one is this could mean the end of Obama care? No, it doesn't. She's not being nominated to be a congresswoman or vote in the Senate. She's just gonna be a judge just rules on whatever the law is. If it's legal, it's stays of its illegal. It goes that so It's just for the cameras there going to be on TV all day. Today. You think anybody watches this? Yeah, I've been watching. It's pretty interesting, although if I had nothing else to do, put me sitting here. Well, you know, look at one o'clock that apple event comes on, and then you watch the difference they cut to the Senate. And it's these these babbling idiots, this Feinstein and Cory Booker and I mean, they're really kind. Even the Republicans. They're really dumb looking people who without would ever hire any of these people. Then you switch over that apple event. Each guy that comes out Looks like a genius. Looks like a super genius. Tech guy is quite a comparison. Well, think about it. You go work for apple, and you get some of that stock. Next thing you know, when you leave, even if you're a junior executive, you'll leave with 800 Million. So why go on the Senate when you do this? That Apple event. Is today. The new iPhone will be unveiled and then it's always one guy remember used to be Steve Jobs would come out and do the whole thing. Now they keep bringing out another guy. In each one worst dressed from the other chairman comes out. He's got blue jeans and a nice turtleneck than the next guy comes out cheap blue jeans and a bad shirt and then it's like every time we get a different thing. Another guy has to come out and show. What s O That's today at one o'clock our time. So, um, Amy Cockney Barrett will think they have hearings today. And I think tomorrow, right and then they were hoping for a vote Thursday. Don't think is gonna happen. Okay, But if it's not Thursday, it'll be Friday the they promised. The whole thing will be done. And she'll be in the court by the 22nd which will happen now the election. I can't believe this. The election is three weeks from today. Three weeks from today. So we've got this week or halfway through when you get two more weeks, and then that's it. I don't know. If you see another debate. The debate commission is totally corrupt. They're working for Biden. The Biden people think maybe Better. Better off, not doing a debate. What they'll do is if there's no debate will go on the networks and do these town halls. They did one with NBC. I think they're still talking about the Thursday at one with ABC. The Reasonably town halls. Yeah, I don't know if that's still I mean, it's kind of a ratings killer. Yet is a ratings killer. But the hate will kill their ratings for buying. These networks are trying to get by and elected and whenever they do a town hall you saw the NBC when it was totally rigged, totally rigged the questions. As Donald Trump pointed up their questions, you would ask a child they talk to him like he's a child and all the people to get up in the mornings. Test questions carefully selected to be Trump haters. When they did the Trump Town Hall. Which was ABC and George Stephanopoulos. Out of reason. These are all independent voters. We've asked independent voters toe and the first question is why do you have the worst president ever And then? And then they checked every one of these people in the audience. Their Twitter accounts. They the biggest trump haters on Earth. This is the independent voters. Same thing with the Biden won. They found these independent voters they check their social media. They were huge Biden supporters when that's how they got chosen, so That's the thinking right now in the Biden campaign, you know what? Let's just do it. Maybe just do the town halls and that's it. The president last night he was great. Now you saying he has too much energy? He sounds like he's on something. Yeah. He's really too amped up. Yes. I think if you went through Corona virus and you were better 34 days later, I think you'd be so joyous. Let's take a listen. Something with May the nice part..

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"wade ever" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

09:40 min | 1 year ago

"wade ever" Discussed on WTVN

"Six pack a day man Josh sees producing. We got into the first bits of well day one of the hearings as As Congress and the Senate. Look Teo bring in a new member of the Supreme Court of the United States of America. Joining me tonight is Andy. True ceviche. He's ah legal experts and Andy you've actually you've managed a case that went before the Supreme Court. That's got to be a pretty exceptional. Ah, tell me a little bit about that real quick if you could. Sure. So the Supreme Court gets about 7 to 8000 appeals the a year that people want them to hear. And my case was one of them. They take about 90 to 110 that they actually here and my co counsel, I We're lucky our case got Selected my co counsel on the coin toss, So he argued it, but we want for it. And it was actually read That opinion was written by Justice Scalia Fabulous Wow, that that is gonna be. Ah, that'll an incredible memory. Not only a resume booster as well, Well, a lot of us didn't get a chance to really sit down and catch all of what went on today with Amy Cockney Barrett. I'm just curious. What stood out to you? Was there anything spectacular today? I have some notes here about some some things I saw with with Cory Booker. I'll get to those in a second, but I'm just curious did today kind of unfold as you thought it might have been or anything. Take you by surprise. It did not go today was just sort of opening statements where people can either grandstand or say what their position is clarity that Democrats position is Votre shared voters should hold us against the Republicans, because this should wait till after the election. The Republicans were saying, Wait a second. You know the president as the constitutional duty to nominate someone on a vacancy. And we have a constitutional duty to advise and consent. And so some of the remarks that surprised me, but that the next two days are going to be telling because that's when she's going to be questioned about Some of the articles, she wrote when she was a law professor. Or some of that position she took is a law professor. I personally practicing 28 years and being a trial lawyer. I don't think that has anything to do with how she's going to rule. On the Supreme Court. The question on the Senate is is she qualified in the American Bar Association, which is nonpartisan, nonpolitical, came out and said she's qualified. And really, that's the issue before the Senate. Is she qualified? Not do you agree with her judicial philosophy? Do the senator is in a situation like this? Do you get any sense that they con fab behind the scenes or is everybody just kind of On the hook to do their own diligence and, ah Attack as they see fit. Now That's a great question. So justice Bharat is sort of in a unique position because she was Ah point are confirmed to the seventh Circuit, which covers Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana in 2017, and so during that confirmation process. She was grilled. The FBI did an extensive background on her. And so the only thing different is that during her three years on the seventh Circuit And that really is what the Senate should be looking at the Senate judiciary and the members full members of the Senate is in the three years Has she done anything that disqualifies her? And I've looked at her opinions. If you look at she's she's ruled with her on a court of appeals. It's usually three justices at a time on a panel she's ruled with her. Partners on the co justices on the seventh Circuit 95% of the time she has ruled in favor of women's rights women. That jury verdict returned in favor of a female that was sexually harassed or a female that was, uh, subjected to gender discrimination. Justice Barritt voted to uphold those jury verdict. She upheld a jury verdict where male was claiming discrimination. She upheld that verdict. So she's not anti consumer. She's not anti individual and a lot of things, especially with you mentioned Senator Booker. Um The sky's not falling because just a spirit is an originalist textual list. So that's really the three years the last three years are really the only thing they need to look at, because she went through. Such an extensive background and vetting process when she was appointed to the seventh Circuit Court of Appeals in 2017. Yeah, all I saw Senator Booker doing today was just trying to play on people's fears about the affordable care act and saying that she's going to overturn Roe vs Wade and and everything else, And then you just kind of mentioned on something too. You know, Miss Barrett says she is a constitutional textual list in the mold of the late Justice Antonin Scalia explained to us what it means to be a constitutional textual ist. Sure And and I always say whether you're liberal or conservative or independent. You auto want someone that's an originalist subtextual list. What that means is they go back and say This is what the Constitution Says or and this is what precedent is. That's why if if we could fast forward five or six years or seven years and Roe vs Wade ever came up for reconsideration, which I don't believe that will in your lifetime or my lifetime. Justice Barritt is the kind of justice that would not want to hear that she may disagree with the way it was was rendered, meaning she believes that the Under the 10th amendment, states should have decided that on the individual basis But now that it's law, an originalist subtextual list believe steri decisis, meaning prior Supreme Court rulings are mandatory. They're binding unless there's some severe, severe injustice. Like Plessy vs Ferguson that held separate but equal than another Supreme Court later in Brown versus Topeka Board of Education said that was so wrong, so injustice we're going to reverse Or that previous Supreme Court, But it just doesn't happen very often. And a textural list is what does our duly elected officials in the house and set it? You and I voted for? Our representative in the house are representative are senators and They pass the bill. The president signs it into law if you and I disagree with that law we can vote are duly elected officials out. But what you don't want is activist Supreme Court justices Because that means are you needed five activists justices out of nine To say Here's what the Dooley If people's duly official official, elected officials voted in the house, the Senate then Pat, the president signed the law. But we don't agree with that. We're going to we're going, Tio. Change the law the way we believe or read into it, and nobody should want that. At least a trial lawyer. Tell me what the rules are they not agree with, um and then I may go change, go out and vote for a different opponent and keep both the incumbent out next time. What an originalist says. I'm going to follow what the duly elected officials past apply that as written, not the way I think it should be, And that's the way everybody should wanted justice to be. Legal expert Andy Truce of its joining me tonight, So if you're a contextual Ah, constitutional textual ist there. Is there any way at all that you look at something and go Well, I know they meant this way back then. But I need to look at it through the through the prism of 2020. They don't They don't try to updated or look at it in those terms. Correct that they just try to look at it is as pure as they can possibly see that it was written back in the day. Correct, correct and the message there is If you don't like the way a certain lawyer, let's say Title seven, for instance, that was passed the Civil Rights Act of 1964. It was amended in 1991 by George Bush Sr. They added, The American with Disabilities Act Ah, right to a jury trial the right to punitive damages. But that was the way to fix it. The Legislature, the duly elected officials said. We need to change Title seven, The Civil Rights Act of 1964 because it's antiquated and so in 1991. They amended it, They added. The American with Disabilities Act that out of the right to a jury trial, which was not in the original title, seven. That is for the Legislature to do. That's not for Supreme Court justice to say, Well, I think really, even though it doesn't say you get a right to a jury trial, we're going. We're going to go ahead and do that. And that way you never know They're usurping what are duly elected officials are doing And so that's that's the reason I like originalist and textual and you don't want activists on either side. I wouldn't want conservative activists and I wouldn't want liberal activists..

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"wade ever" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:08 min | 3 years ago

"wade ever" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"We heading all the way back to even feel with the fight that day when we raise a quarter of a million dollars for kids with cancer and Bernie beat the living daylights out of me thirteen years ago none of that was we so a lot of the stuff we do on the is just cut a tongue in cheek for your entertainment value but some of you morons you think it's a real but it's what Israel is our pride in our whole world Bernie is always talking about the boogie down Bronx and me I'm always talking about Brooklyn I yeah Mr Brooklyn yes I live in the city work in the city but living in the city for quite some time but I am Mr Brooklyn nobody's more Brooklyn than ME nobody except maybe this morning Kevin Durant Dion three Jordan and Cairo or paying them more broken than me because they just to calm about three hundred and fifty million dollars and I will see that in a hundred lifetimes but if you go to our Twitter page at Bernie and stayed in the morning or at sid Rosenburg whatever social media pages you're gonna notice up this morning for the first time in many years and this is just by chance it was dark it was three forty five AM in the morning I didn't plan this I grab my shirt my tee shirt with a day and it just so happens it's a Brooklyn net teacher now you're gonna think that was planned on site I just noticed it got sorted I when I got here but of course meaning he he's accusing me of flip flopping pointing a gun I miss no I'm not only incidents thank you it is going to jump on a bandwagon so go to the local news my book and not sure listen I've been in that band I lived in Tenafly New Jersey I went to those games don't forget the next two years are only the NBA finals when I lived in New Jersey I in eagle my dear friend called in the game twenty because of the Jason Kidd teams that lost a shack in the Lakers and don't get on the spores in the NBA finals so a lot of new Yorkers became net fans to a certain extent all the way back then but now they were desperate yes because it mixed up and suck it was so long and yesterday Mike I mean look look we're gonna get to Donald Trump in North Korea camallo iris moving into third place but in terms of a local story how many times do you see both local papers work constantly contradicting each other the New York Post and the New York Daily News with the same exact picture and the same exact front page how many times I don't think ever right but this is huge yeah this is a big deal this is a huge deal I mean it and and nobody predicted it I must say that going to cover your thing was going to Brooklyn everybody knew county was going there for over a month nobody but nobody knew Kevin Kevin Durant was going the nets right and the fact that the that the that Dolan decided to under all for him yes I mean it's a describes as well well described he got four years at a hundred and sixty four but you can get with a dole and he owns a team I don't not suitable for them the back I don't want to twenty one million Bucks I agree five years Golden State offer to to even with the injury hi and I think that I did tell you the morning after the entry like all I'm not sure the seams I said nope somebody's going to give them a ton of money and by the way two or three teams already to pay him but he wanted to come to Brooklyn don't don't confuse the issue he tore is his Achilles and his orthopedist is Martin o'malley who happens to be the doctor for the Brooklyn nets so we've been here anyway working with the Brooklyn that doctors since his injury and then he signs with the nets plus you listened dole went out with Michael K. he cleared all this cap space for the big players yeah going to be a big free agency period for the next is not a knock on the Julius Randle a Taj Gibson was a native New Yorker any of those guys but dole wasn't talking about those guys don't he was talking about Tyree Irving and Kevin Durant that's what he was talking about the Nicks over promised any completely under deliver when I was told he was talking about Kawhi Leonard because you just mention a couple of guys great job Bernie that the Knicks did sign Julius Randle got over sixty million dollars Taj Gibson gets about ten million a year they also signed guys like Reggie bullock and the former Washington wizard first round draft choice Bobby Portis when the next time those four guys yesterday but let them body with only twenty five million dollars so even kawaii Leonard who just won the NBA finals MVP it has been rumored the last couple of days to possibly end up with the Knicks well now that becomes mathematically impossible so whether it's Kevin Durant cut re rving Cole why Leonard heck even Anthony Davis up don't delay because no one ends up with the Knicks nobody to and fro inside Williams and I know he he he but none of them that the next will hopeful for all of them they got none of them and let's face it Sydney you know it I know it well as long as Dolan owns this damn team the Knicks thinking assigned no game free agents what what coverage also it should be listed who was be talking India either have him on yesterday channel eleven you know a good friend in the other I do any any told me was not suppose that but very happy yeah no doubt yeah I'm sure he wants here is some look Stephen a Smith may be from Philadelphia that's where he earned his bones are so great and be a writer in Philadelphia now of course he makes about fifty million I will acknowledge but you got to hear this and we're going to the political stop here Stephen a Smith on a dog dog day for the knickerbockers I thought this was going to be a lease weeks ago do you know when I was your first day we went Oakland and I got word about chi re in Brooklyn realizing that that make Katie in Brooklyn realizing that the New York Knicks from comical without seventy million dollars in cap space B. goal if we don't get Katie we don't get to rent a car was rather No Way yes you don't feel bad for my body Cory's only last time I want to win the game I took Gabriel to see the Knicks by the Miami Heat Dwyane Wade's ever last game ever at Madison Square Garden those amazing Bernie second row seats at the Gordon here is only who spends I know hundreds of thousands of dollars on Nick tickets it's guys like him who really get screwed here because they keep paying more and more for their tickets Dolan doesn't lower the price and all the good players on Brooklyn catia how about this so the so Durant and Kylie Irving essentially take a pay cut yeah all rather than signed with the warriors in Durant's case right at the the point was there I guess so that they could get former Nick de Andre Jordan right they they they wanted him badly he got four years forty million dollars so you're right both of those guys took a little less money no when you stay with your team to call listen in in in in Durant's case always today it's up to like seven we know if the sixty five billion dollars shipping with Campbell was not what the question is this to you is what about the Golden State Warriors the Kevin Durant hate so much that he would give up sixty five million dollar I don't think he hated them will cover the wind has made so much money between Oklahoma City and Golden State Bernie that this point and which sounds crazy an extra twenty or thirty million dollars does it matter what Kevin Durant wanted here was stability he was not going to get a long term deal initially from Golden State than they did offer me a long term deal but then I think well you're right then it became I need to kind of put my stamp someplace else in other words Oklahoma City yard Russel Westbrook yeah James Horton they may even NBA finals a loss to Miami then he moves on he joins his band of superstores in Golden State he does win an NBA championship I think now with thirty one years old Kevin Durant doesn't want to be that guy you might what Brian James who has to play with a bunch of stories you want to be vegan he got so calm your brings a major superstar don't get me wrong but the day that the went with turns to the court not next year but the year after he becomes that guy with the Brooklyn nets and if the nets win on like Oklahoma City especially Golden State that becomes the rants legacy the was no legacy when you've got Carly and clay Thompson because Golden State one before coming during got there but then that's a number one that is true does look keep in mind of course as you know Sydney to rent is not play next year at all now he said it's the whole time he's getting older yeah and he may be rusty but the point about the next bringing him even with all that is that he could have brought people with him to the next that's the whole idea you know wins and losses are important but when you're the knickerbockers and you come up with sixty five one season you get a you can try to build this team around a second year player when Kevin not a rookie an orgy Barrett the guy in Julius Randle not look to mix was still gonna people of the garden because it's a major event but you just now the pony it's about getting interest back getting people excited about going to see a big name with the court may not win championships but it certainly brings people to the sea I wouldn't roll rule out totally the new RJ Barrett they have all these new guys are not bad they have Kevin Knox is still developing second year nice place I me Mitchell Robinson and so I wouldn't rule mola I really would you have to okay yeah I mean I'm going to be you know optimistic about was very nice but listen the other thing is chi re both Tyree and to rant Tyree letter to and and Kevin Durant they're very very antagonistic towards the media and a city that tough that's that's going to be a bumpy ride video top let me kindly especially at a rough going born staying in but look at the wind it'll be fine I mean the other issue for the knickerbockers becomes we're talking about the next because it's Brooklyn it's here in New York and had a great day another team had an unbelievable day is to put it up is seventy Sixers who also play in the Eastern Conference pony with the Knicks they brought back to buy is Harris they got out whole food was a tremendous help and supplier and they made a trade with the Miami Heat and a choir Josh which should sin so the best thing of all believe it or not belong to the Philadelphia seventy Sixers not even the Brooklyn nets inside the Eastern Conference all of that spells bad news for the Knicks and the injury prone forcing is who started all this crap he stays with the Mavericks gets a hundred sixty million dollars and they'll looking forward to the to some of him and his body Dodge out there in Dallas and how mark Cuban seem to think that one two punch could be a big big formidable one two punch in the Western Conference we'll see this is a disgrace the only one okay that was his father this is further I should tables no was the disgrace the best part of him we ran down his 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"wade ever" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:43 min | 3 years ago

"wade ever" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And the East Bay will have rain, heavy at times on and off throughout the day. This is weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Lou Garcia Navarro. There's been a wave of anti abortion legislation this year in states led by Republicans this past week lawmakers in Alabama, and Missouri past some of the strictest laws regulating abortion in the country. Alabama's law is a near total ban on the procedure with no. Exception for cases of rape, or incest. Almost as soon as these as these new laws pass, they're put on hold by the courts, but supporters expect that their goal is to have the supreme court weigh-in and overturn Roe v. Wade Jackie forte of state impact. Oklahoma explains how some states are already preparing for a post ro world if the supreme court ever overturn Roe v. Wade abortion wouldn't simply go away rather the power to legalize or outlaw abortion would devolve right back to each individual state. Many states aren't waiting around lawmakers in New York, and Vermont, for example, have taken steps to ensure abortion, will remain legal and accessible if Roe is struck down and conservative-led states like Oklahoma are doing the opposite Republican, Greg treat leads the Oklahoma state Senate if Roe v Wade ever gets overturned, we won't be prepared. That's the nexus of this Bill. He's talking about a trigger Bill. The idea is that it would immediately criminalize abortion everywhere in Oklahoma on the day, that Roe is overturned that decision would be the trigger Elizabeth, Nash, tracks state legislation for the Guttmacher institute, a reproductive rights group, those bills are called trigger laws because the effective date is delayed until that court case comes down from the supreme court that rolls back abortion rights seven states already have them and Texas is thinking about it, but the most conservative anti abortion advocates don't like trigger bills, because they're too hypothetical. They don't do anything to stop abortion. Now, here's Oklahoma, Republican state Senator Joseph silk. It does absolutely nothing. And you can ask them, what does that do for the kids that are being killed today and this week in this year, nothing? Silk wants an immediate abortion ban with no exceptions for rape, incest, or life of the mother supporters of the banned thronged the. Capital in Oklahoma City in February. Exactly what it is. That total ban on abortion failed, but the trigger Bill kept moving forward in those protesters kept targeting treat and other Oklahoma Republicans accusing them in billboards, and flyers of not being anti abortion enough. Here's treat. I've been called every name in the book these past few weeks. Had my Christianity question I've had a member of my own caucus held a press conference and called me, a hypocrite today to placate the far right critics Senate leader treat is proposing something else an amendment to the state constitution. It would make clear that nothing in Oklahoma law secures, or protects the right who had abortion on the floor of the state Senate. Treat said it would keep the state supreme court in check, I ask you to protect us in the event that row ever does get turned over that. We're not stuck at another hurdle with the Oklahoma supreme court standing in our way supporters of reproductive rights don't like constitutional amendments because they're so permanent. They affectively tie the hands of future state lawmakers on the abortion issue, even if the views of voters change over time Democrats in Oklahoma opposed the amendment. But so did Republican lawmaker Joseph silk for him, it was just like the trigger Bill. It didn't go far enough. It's going to add on to that legacy that we're have of death and just status quo. Pro-life policy that does nothing for now. Oklahoma, Republican lawmakers have hit the pause button on the constitutional amendment. Bill, though, it'll probably come up next legislative session. If it goes through, then it will still have to go before voters as a ballot question in twenty twenty for NPR news. I'm Jacky forte in Norman. Oklahoma. This story is part of a partnership between NPR state impact Oklahoma and Kaiser health news in response to the state legislative battles many women who've had abortions have shared their stories, including actress, busy Phillips on her late night show on the. Network. Maybe you're sitting thinking, I, I don't know a woman who would have an abortion while, you know, me, I had an abortion when I was fifteen years old. And I'm telling you this, because I'm genuinely really scared for women and girls all over this country. Phillips went on to ask people to tweet their own stories on abortion and hashtag, you know me began to trend on Twitter. Hear the voices of some of the people who tweeted their stories and a warning, some of them are disturbing. My name is Lindsay Godfrey. I had an abortion. I just simply wasn't in a place motionlessly or financially, to take that on, and it was and still am glad that I had that choice because that's exactly what it was. It was my choice nine body. He know me my name is Justin Caselli. I was twenty two. My girlfriend at the time out. She was pregnant, and we were in no position to keep let alone have a baby. It was her decision. But it ultimately benefited me too. I know I'm far from being the only guy with a story like this. So I hope more men speak up has died. You know, me, I'm laid to Hong fincher. I've taken the plan, B pill, three times after botched condom news in my early twenties. One time, I was at grad student at Stanford and the university. Dr I refused to give me the pill until I told him if I got pregnant, I would definitely get an abortion. My name is Deborah. You know, me, I'm a nurse who assisted the second trimester abortions in cases of rape, and incest, my youngest patient was eleven years old. She was raped by uncle and came to the hospital with her, heartbroken mom, I still have a letter of gratitude that the mom wrote to me. Me. My name is clementine vulnr- addicts. This is the most vulnerable poem ever written. The poem is called to the protester outside of the clinic, who called me a murderer in ends if I could have spoken to that day, I would have told you that thing I want most in this life is to be another, but I know now that's not true. The thing I want most in this life is to be a good mother, and it wasn't ready. So I said goodbye. I thought that was the kind of thing, a good mother would do hashtags like, you know, me and metoo, and why I didn't report have driven conversation over the last couple of years. Writer Maya Kostov made this point on Twitter all the respect for folks using hashtag Unum me to share their abortion stories. I just wish it didn't feel necessary for people largely women to tear themselves open, and broadcast, and confessional is their trauma at times like this in order to make a point or be viewed as people, we think everybody who shared their stories with us..

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KCRW

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"wade ever" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Lou Garcia Navarro. There's been a wave of anti abortion legislation this year in states led by Republicans this past week lawmakers in Alabama, and Missouri past some of the strictest laws regulating abortion in the country. Alabama's law is a near total ban on the procedure with no exception for cases of rape, or incest. Almost as soon as these as these new laws pass, they're put on hold by the courts, but supporters expect that their goal is to have the supreme court, Wayne and overturn Roe v. Wade Jackie forte of state impact. Oklahoma explains how some states are already preparing for a post ro world if the supreme court ever overturn Roe v. Wade abortion wouldn't simply go away rather the power to legalize or outlaw abortion would devolve right back to each individual states. Many states aren't waiting around. Lawmakers in New York and Vermont, for example, have taken steps to ensure abortion, will remain legal and accessible if Roe is struck down and conservative-led states like Oklahoma are doing the opposite Republican, Greg treat leads the Oklahoma state Senate if Roe v Wade ever gets overturned, we won't be prepared. That's the nexus of this Bill. He's talking about a trigger Bill. The idea is that it would immediately criminalize abortion everywhere in Oklahoma on the day, that Roe is overturned that decision would be the trigger Elizabeth, Nash, tracks state legislation for the Guttmacher institute, a reproductive rights group, those bills are called trigger laws because the effective date is delayed until that court case comes down from the supreme court that rolls back abortion rights seven states already have them and Texas is thinking about it, but the most conservative anti abortion advocates don't like trigger bills, because they're too hypothetical. They don't. Do anything to stop abortion. Now, here's Oklahoma, Republican state Senator Joseph silk, does absolutely nothing. And you can ask them, what does that do for the kids that are being killed today and this week in this year, nothing? Silk wants an immediate abortion Bayon with no exceptions for rape, incest, or life of the mother supporters of the ban, thronged the capital and Oklahoma City in February. Exactly what it is..

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WNYC 93.9 FM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"wade ever" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Lugar, Santa Varo, there's been a wave of anti abortion legislation this year in states led by Republicans this past week lawmakers in Alabama, and Missouri past some of the strictest laws regulating abortion in the country. Alabama's law is a near total ban on the procedure with no exception for cases of rape, or incest. Almost as soon as these as these new laws pass, they're put on hold by the courts, but supporters expect that their goal is to have the supreme court, Wayne and overturn Roe v. Wade Jackie forte of state impact. Oklahoma explains how some states are already preparing for a post ro world if the supreme court ever overturn Roe v. Wade abortion wouldn't simply go away rather the power to legalize or outlaw abortion would devolve right back to each individual states. Many states aren't waiting around lawmakers in New York. In Vermont, for example, have taken steps to ensure abortion, will remain legal and accessible if Roe is struck down and conservative-led states like Oklahoma are doing the opposite Republican, Greg treat leads the Oklahoma state Senate if Roe v Wade ever gets overturn. We won't be prepared. That's the nexus of this Bill. He's talking about a trigger Bill. The idea is that it would immediately criminalize abortion everywhere in Oklahoma on the day, that Roe is overturned that decision would be the trigger Elizabeth, Nash, tracks state legislation for the Guttmacher institute, a reproductive rights group, those bills are called trigger laws because the effective date is delayed until that court case comes down from the supreme court that rolls back abortion rights seven states already have them and Texas is thinking about it, but the most conservative anti abortion advocates don't like trigger bills, because they're too hypothetical. They don't do anything to stop. Abortion. Now, here's Oklahoma, Republican state Senator Joseph silk that does absolutely nothing. And you can ask them, what does that do for the kids that are being killed today and this week in this year, nothing? Silk wants an immediate abortion ban with no exceptions for rape, incest, or life of the mother supporters of the ban thronged the capital in Oklahoma City in February..

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"wade ever" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"wade ever" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Lou Garcia Navarro. There's been a wave of anti abortion legislation this year in states led by Republicans this past week lawmakers in Alabama, and Missouri past some of the strictest laws regulating abortion in the country. Alabama's law is a near total ban on the procedure with no exception for cases of rape, or incest. Almost as soon as these as these new laws pass, they're put on hold by the courts, but supporters expect that their goal is to have the supreme court, Wayne and overturn Roe v. Wade Jackie forte of state impact. Oklahoma explains how some states are already preparing for a post ro world if the supreme court ever overturn Roe v. Wade abortion wouldn't simply go away rather the power to legalize or outlaw abortion would devolve right back to each individual state. Many states aren't waiting around lawmakers. In New York, and Vermont, for example, have taken steps to ensure abortion, will remain legal and accessible if Roe is struck down and conservative-led states like Oklahoma are doing the opposite Republican, Greg treat leads the Oklahoma state Senate if Roe v Wade ever gets overturned, we won't be prepared. That's the nexus of this Bill. He's talking about a trigger Bill. The idea is that it would immediately criminalize abortion everywhere in Oklahoma on the day, that Roe is overturned that decision would be the trigger Elizabeth, Nash, tracks state legislation for the Guttmacher institute, a reproductive rights group, those bills are called trigger laws because the effective date is delayed until that court case comes down from the supreme court that rolls back abortion rights seven states already have them and Texas is thinking about it, but the most conservative antiabortion advocates don't like trigger bills, because they're too hypothetical. They don't do anything. To stop abortion. Now, here's Oklahoma, Republican state Senator Joseph silk that does absolutely nothing and you can ask them, what does that do for the kids that are being killed today and this week in this year, nothing? Silk wants an immediate abortion Bayon with no exceptions for rape, incest, or life of the mother supporters of the ban thronged the capital in Oklahoma City in February..

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"wade ever" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"wade ever" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Jumped on board with Adele after one he champion that would ban them altogether should Roe versus Wade ever. Be overturned didn't make it out of committee. The measure passed Ninety-three Seventy-three despite efforts to Stalin by House Democrats from the capital's senior parish WSB. Georgia's Senate passes a plan that would allow the state to wrestle control of hartsfield-jackson airport away from the city of Atlanta democratic Senator and Akina Williams echoes the mayor's claim that it's basically an attempted theft. We're going down a slippery slope that Linda airport belongs to the city of Atlanta Bill. Supporters say it's in response to the city hall bribery scandal that has an uncertain fate in the state house. News time, six thirty three. President Trump's former campaign manager heads to prison, but for far less time than many had predicted. I'm Jamie Dupree in Washington after getting forty seven months in prison yesterday. Paul Manafort could get more next Wednesday in a separate case here manafort's lawyer, Kevin downing absolutely no evidence. Paul Manafort was involved with any collusion that Russia has played a role in the DC case says the judge found Manafort had lied about his contacts with an aide who has links to Russian intelligence Jamie also says the president's former attorney and fix her. Michael Cohen suing the Trump organization for almost two million dollars for his legal bills. Cohen is set to start a three year prison term in may can read more on Jaime's blog wsbradiOcom parties in the US house overwhelmingly passed a Bill to condemn anti-semitism before the vote. House speaker Nancy Pelosi addressed recent comments from freshman Representative Ilhan, Omar of Minnesota who suggested politicians who support. Israel have dual loyalty, but reporter Mike Ross says many Republicans attack the measure saying Omar got off easy Twenty-three voted against the Bill a holocaust survivor and a step sister of Anne, Frank. Here's from a group of high schoolers in Newport Beach, California after an anti semitic picture surfaces during a weekend party. They arrange plastic drinking cups into a swastika some giving Nazi salutes. A photo showed up online, Tim. Maguire says Avis Lhasa claims the students apologized, but also try to downplay what they did she's calling for more education about the holocaust, you soccer team trapped in a flooded tie cave last year for eighteen days may be able to cash in on their experience, the twelve boys and their coach are reportedly finalizing a deal with Netflix. Saint production company behind the hit film crazy. Rich, Asians is agreed to tell their story. The Thai government's helped them look over media bits. We told you the team finally made it out after an international rescue effort. WBZ news time six thirty five keyword soccer. The first Atlanta United MLS home game is Sunday evening. Ever since he's been stadium against Cincinnati. And it will be history-making WSB's j box will be there to see how the first cashless event at the Ben's goes and will report back on Monday morning plan to join us. It's time to bring.

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