30 Burst results for "law clerk"
Louisiana governor: Judge should resign after racial slurs
"Louisiana governor John bel Edwards is calling on district judge Jessie leblanc to re Zayn after she admitted sending text messages containing racial slurs the judge had originally denied using the language when describing a black sure Stephanie and black law clerk in messages to a parish chief deputy she had been involved with in an extramarital affair governor Edwards says the state deserves better but judge leblanc says she has apologized and has no plans to
Justice Neil Gorsuch Tells Us What Life Is Like on the Supreme Court
"That'd be lying if I said I wasn't nervous right now because there have been one hundred hundred fourteen Supreme Court justices in the history of the United States and we are joined by one of them today. Our guest is just as Neil Gorsuch also author of public if you can keep a bit which is now a New York Times bestselling Book Justice Gorsuch. Thank you so much for joining us today. It's a delight to be here. The last time I was at the Bush library was during the ground breaking ceremony good morning moving some dirt. You've made some progress. We've got we are really proud of that progress to and we have a special co host today. Toby young was with the Bush Center from the start until she left recently spent a year as a clerk at the Supreme Court for Justice Gorsuch. Her title here was legal counsel but really she was a lead voice of Wisdom. Toby really glad you're back today. Thank you Andrew. It's wonderful to be back and see so many great friends and to get to bring justice gorsuch to see the library. Toby just finished her year with me and you realize according to our librarians. She's apparently the first enrolled tribal member to ever serve. There's a law clerk at the Supreme Court reading that it's which which is it chickasaw chickasaw which what side of your family's not from it's my father's side. That is amazing that we've had that as many people that have come through working there. You're the first and it also goes to show that the that you bring in multiple voices and I think that's a huge part of being a part of our government a few western Voice Colorado as like yourself and in Oklahoma Toby's very proud western voices so justice. This is gorsuch. I've started reading your book a republic if you can keep it and there's some great civics lessons in there but before we really get to civics and history. I wanted to talk a little bit about what it's like like being on the Supreme Court. I think there's a bit of a mystery there for a lot of us and the way you described it. Almost sounds like just any other office in the United States in any other workplace. What what is fly fly on the Supreme Court It's both very different than any of the workplace and very much the same. It's obviously an honor and humbling privileged. Come come to work in a place where only one hundred fourteen men and women have ever served in the work we do important. There's no question about it at the same time. It's nine people to small office. Only a couple of hundred people in the whole building people get to know one another care for one another. I clerked. They're twenty five three years ago and there are even employees. They're remember me or claim to from my days a law clerk about that and we do have fun together. I mean I think that's one thing we don't hear enough about in our fractious click. Ah World is that people are still people. An even justices are people we shake hands every time and we get together no matter how difficult to moment or tends to the issue and that traditions gone on for fifty years or so we eat lunch together the most days that we have argument or conference which is most dates and of course the government so it's bring your own lunch. we sing happy birthday to one another. We have holiday parties where we also sing very very badly but enthusiastically toby brought her daughter in participated in one of our annual events. Won't you tell them about that toby. Well a little known secret is the justices offices put on a trick or treat party for the children of the employees at the Supreme Court but even better my justice justice gorsuch escorted the kids to every every office and I can tell you who maybe had a little more fun than anyone and it was just a wonderful event to have pictures with Romley meeting justices pisses and other children and just you know she was because Justice gorsuch loves families and has two girls of his own. He really allowed her to be sort of the mascot of chambers this year she wrote her tricycle down the hall and got to know everybody and little things you would never guess happen behind the doors of the Supreme
"law clerk" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Then neither those got worse. And so. It was one of those things where looking back I spent so much time to hold on to grasp the splintered shards of site that I had you know, I was so convinced that losing any more. So would be so awful and that blindness would be. Conquerable that, you know, looking back man, the quote unquote site that I had really wasn't wasn't that great. And wasn't that much fun? You know, maybe I should have been more keen to embrace. Dependent life without having to worry about sort of holding out of shard that any. When you lost your sight, and you went into business as an entrepreneur. Is there any reason why you chose one field over another field? No, no. I. Shortages now, I kinda followed various passions along the way. It's always a passion of yours to do what you were doing. Yeah. Yes. College. I loved math computer science that was that just sort of think that way my father wasn't attorney of of the best. I know. And so I kinda always knew I wanted to go to law school. So after college I started in internet advertising technology business about brother-in-law. We of got that running for a dead, man. Then I figured I'd go back to law school with their learn how to think like my dad and not let a wonderful stretch of experiences in law working for the federal government. I in the Justice department arguing appeals and then for the court as a law clerk to the first two female Justice in court. Which was awesome. And then, you know from their circumstances. Tour took me to the big international law firm solar sort of a faceless. Practice of law as a business which I didn't like it all which which led me to jump back into. Version. I think we're going to go to a quick break. If you could please hold, and we'll talk to you again in a few minutes on the other side, if you don't mind. All right away..
Trump apologizes 'on behalf of the nation' to Kavanaugh during swearing-in
"Just as bread Kavanagh. Again, took the oath for a seat on the supreme court in the ceremony in the White House eastern. I. Administer justice. Without this person's. I always lose. President Trump apologized to the cabinet family for the bruising confirmation battle that focused on charges of sexual misconduct. When we half of our nation. I want to apologize to bread and the entire cavenaugh family for the terrible pain and suffering. You have been forced to endure. Kevin. I said he has promoted women throughout his career on proud that all four of my newly hired law clerks at the supreme court are women. If I in the history of the supreme court.
"law clerk" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"You're listening to a special broadcast of the Michael Medved Show. Recalling the president who led us into the twentieth century, which has been called the American century. A certainly Theodore Roosevelt would have appreciated that designation this special broadcast. Theodore Roosevelt, the all American. Boy, he did finally with his father's help overcome the limitations of the asthma that almost killed him before the age of three but in eighteen seventy two when Roosevelt was still only thirteen. His father told him sickness is always a shame and often a sin. You must make your body. And he was determined to do that one of the ways that he did it was traveling with his family and traveling in the saddle he loved riding. He loved hunting, his father gave him a gun pleased to meet in this context. His name is Justin Walker. He's a law professor at the university of Louisville, and he was a law clerk both for Anthony Kennedy, and for the appellate court judge who God willing will be replacing Anthony Kennedy judge Cavanaugh and professor Walker. Thanks very much for joining us. Thanks very much for having me on the show. And it's it's a real pleasure. And I know that you actually you I met judge Cavanaugh when he was teaching at Harvard Law School where you were a student, right? That's right. And if you look back, can you think what was the most horrifying incident of uncontrolled rage that you ever saw from Brett Cavill? Well, you know, Michael, I I get the joke. But on the other hand, I think, you know, it would be funny if this whole ridiculous vicious searching destroy process once so tragic, you know, I took him for class and I worked with him every day in chambers for a year, his students included men and women across the ideological spectrum. He treated all of them with with dignity and respect his temperament has just has just always been impeccable. And that's what the lawyers who come before him have said over and over and over again again across the ideological spectrum. Now as a as a law clerk, you saw him virtually every day, right? Yeah. And what about these these charges of alcohol abuse? Did you ever see judge Cavanaugh showing the signs of any kind of alcoholic impairment? Michael absolutely, not one hundred one hundred percent one hundred percent, not you know, there are some accusations. That have been made that I you know, I understand how some of his critics might say. Well, all never they think they'll never the truth. I believe I know the truth, but they think they'll never, but these accusations about things that he's done in public about, you know, the notion that leaves an open secret when he was in high school college that he was wild. And crazy, I if this was an open secret and all his friends, all of its queens is the time would have known about. And instead, it's quite the opposite. The people who know him best dozens scores of people from high school and college over and over again say he was he he was he was not wild. He was not crazy. He was one of the more responsible high school students college students, and and the description of him painted by a few, you know, out wires, you know, an ex roommate who you know, has a mere they had a falling out or something is is just not the truth. I think that Lindsey Graham has come up with perhaps a solution about the one kind of test of the judge Cavanaugh that might satisfy the Democrats and. I think as as a a professor of law now somebody who is very well schooled in constitutional law. Whether you think that Senator Graham suggestion would be violation of the eighth amendment prohibition on cruel and unusual punishment here. He is. Lindsey graham..
"law clerk" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"You're listening to a special broadcast of the Michael Medved Show. The calling the president who led us into the twentieth century, which has been called the American century. A certainly Theodore Roosevelt would have appreciated that designation this special broadcast. Theodore Roosevelt, the all American. Boy, he did finally with his father's help overcome the limitations of the asthma that almost killed him before the age of three but in eighteen seventy two when Roosevelt was still only thirteen. His father told him sickness is always a shame and often a sin. You must make your body. And he was determined to do that one of the ways that he did it was traveling with his family and traveling in the saddle he loved riding. He loved hunting, his father gave him a gun pleased to meet in this context. His name is Justin Walker. He's a law professor at the university of Louisville, and he was a law clerk both for Anthony Kennedy, and for the appellate court judge who God willing will be replacing Anthony Kennedy judge Cavanaugh and professor Walker. Thanks very much for joining us. Thanks very much for having me on the show. And it's it's a real pleasure. And I know that you actually you I met judge Cavanaugh when he was teaching at Harvard Law School where you were a student, right? That's right. And if you look back, can you think what was the most horrifying incident of uncontrolled rage that you ever saw from Brett Kavanagh? Well, you know, Michael, I I get the joke. But on the other hand, I think, you know, it would be funny if this whole ridiculous vicious searching destroyed process weren't so tragic, you know, I took him for class, and I worked with an every day and chambers for a year, his students included men and women across the ideological spectrum. He treated all of them with with dignity and respect his temperament has just has just always been impeccable. And that's what the lawyers who come before him have said over and over and over again again across the ideological spectrum. Now as as a law clerk, you saw him virtually every day, right? Yeah. And what about these these charges of alcohol abuse? Did you ever see judge Cavanaugh showing the signs of any kind of alcoholic impairment? Michael absolutely, not one hundred one hundred percent one hundred percent, not you know, there are some accusations. That have been made that I you know, I understand how some of his critics might say. Well, all never they don't ever I believe, I know the truth, but they think never, but these accusations about things that he's done in public about the notion that it was an open secret when he was in high school college that he was wild and crazy. This was an open secret and all his friends all of his acquaintances is the time would have known about it. And instead, it's quite the opposite. But people who know him best dozens scores of people from high school and college over and over again. He was he he was he was not wild. He was not crazy. He was one of the more responsible high school students college students, and and the description of him that's been painted by a few out wires ex roommate who hasn't had a falling out or something. Is is just not the truth. I think that Lindsey Graham has come up with perhaps a solution about the one kind of test of judge cavenaugh that might satisfy the Democrats and. Think as as a professor of law now somebody who was very well schooled in constitutional law. Whether you think that Senator Graham suggestion would be a violation of the eighth amendment prohibition on cruel and unusual punishment here. He is Lindsey Graham. Inhumanely? Bottom for summer. So why don't we duck in the water and safety. Okay..
"law clerk" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"The opportunity to help with the preparation and review of the president's remarks something I never. Something I never would have had the chance to do if he had not included me. And he didn't just include me in the work. He made sure I was at Madison Square Garden to watch the president's speech instead of back at the hotel watching on TV. And quote. As a judge since two thousand six I've had the privilege of hiring four recent law school graduates to serve as my law clerk each year. The law clerks for federal judges are the best and brightest graduates of American law schools. They weren't for one year terms for judges after law school, and then they move on in their careers. For judges training. These young lawyers is an important responsibility. The Clarksville the continent next generation of American, lawyers and leaders judges and senators. Just after I took the bench in two thousand six there was a major New York Times story about the low numbers of women law clerks at the supreme court and federal appeals courts. I took notice and I took action a majority of my forty eight law clerks over the last twelve years at been women. In a letter to this committee women law clerk said I was one of the strong of his strongest advocates and the federal judiciary for women lawyers. And they wrote that the legal profession is fair and more equal because of me. In my time on the bench. No, federal judge not a single one in the country. Has sent more women law clerks to clerk on the supreme court than I have..
"law clerk" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Chance to do if he had not included me. And he didn't just include me in the work. He made sure I was at Madison Square Garden to watch the president's speech instead of back at the hotel watching on TV. End quote. As a judge since two thousand six I've had the privilege of hiring four recent law school graduates to serve as my law clerks each year. The law clerks for federal judges are the best and brightest graduates of American law schools, they work for one year terms for judges after law school, and then they move on in their careers. For judges training. These young lawyers is an important responsibility. The clerks will become the next generation of American, lawyers and leaders judges and senators. Just after I took the bench in two thousand six there was a major New York Times story about the low numbers of women law clerks if the supreme court in federal appeals courts, I took notice and I took action a majority of my forty eight law clerks over the last twelve years have been women. In a letter to this committee. My women law clerk said I was one of the strong of his strongest advocates in the federal judiciary for women lawyers. And they wrote that the legal profession is fair and more equal because of me. In my time on the bench. No, federal judge not a single one in the country. Has sent more women law clerks the clerk on the supreme court than I have. Before this allegation arose two weeks ago. I was required to start making certain administrative preparations for my possible transfer to the supreme court just in case, I was confirmed. As part of that I had to in essence contingently higher. I group of four law clerks who could be available to clerk at the supreme court for me on a moment's notice. I did sell in contigency hired four law clerks all four women. If confirmed, I'll be the first Justice in the history of the supreme court to have a group of all women law clerks. That is who I am. That is who I was. Over the past twelve years. I've taught constitutional law to hundreds of students primarily at Harvard Law School. Was hired by then dean and now Justice Elena Kagan. One of my former women students a democrat testified to this committee that I was an even-handed professor who treats people fairly and with respect. In a letter to this committee. My former students, male and female alike wrote that displayed a character that impressed us all. I love teaching law. But thanks to what some of you on this side of the committee of unleashed. I may never be able to teach again. For the past seven years. I've coached my two daughters basketball teams. You saw many of those girls when they came to my hearing for a couple of hours. You have a letter from the parents of the girls, I coach describe my dedication commitment and character, I coach because I know that a girls confidence on the basketball court translates into confidence and other aspects of life..
"law clerk" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Pat gray, the blaze radio network. Pat gray returns on the blaze radio network. You think this woman will show up on Monday Lor sometime next week. I mean, it looks like she won't testify on Monday. She wants to do it on Thursday or whatever. Whatever she dictates allows they're seriously trying to dictate all kinds of things like, who can ask questions, what questions can be asked, who goes first since when does the accuser go first? Or they always go first, the wind does the accused go. I like she wants cavenaugh to start, and then she ends it. We'll know you make the charge and then he answers it. That's how it works in America. When you you provide a defense. I, you have to have something to defend. He's not out there trying to prove anything he shouldn't be anyway. No kidding. He didn't have to prove anything you do. You do. The burden of proof is on the accuser. So this whole thing is completely upside down. I don't even understand. Hopefully they won't even consider making cabinet go I that doesn't make any. To me, it doesn't make any sense at all. Now if you've got some evidence, bring it, let's see it. All of it. Yeah. What do you have throw it out there because if what you have now is what we already know what you what you say and what against what he says? Well, I'm sorry that's not convincing. Did you see the the tweet storm? It was a story with Scully is former law clerk where he just laid out the case as to how this probably isn't cavenaugh that. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Like. His friend from high school next one back, I think that, yeah. It's an interesting case lays out first of all the cues, Christine blazey Ford. Says that it happened at a house and she kinda describes where the house was, but she doesn't know exactly the address or any of that. It was a Maryland suburban home. The scene of the alleged sexual assault was described by Christine Ford as being not too far from the Columbia country club and may have been may have belonged to Kavanagh's friend named Chris Garrett. Here's some. Here's some tweets thread from Ed wheelin. Now, Ed is a, he's a former Scalia law clerk. Did he go to school with cavenaugh. Does he have any vested interest in this at all, the guy with the tweet storm? No, he has a law clerk for Scalia, so. On his own. He just did some investigating on his own. Yes, and here's what he, here's what he says. Dr Ford may well have been the victim of a severe sexual assault by someone thirty six years ago. Her allegations are so vague as to such basic matters as win and wear that it's impossible for judge Cavanaugh to prove his innocence, but there are compelling reasons to believe his categorical denial. Let's look at one set of reasons according to Ford's letter, the assault occurred in a suburban Maryland home at a gathering that included me and four others..
Senate concludes Kavanaugh hearing; confirmation likely
"The confirmation hearings for supreme court nominee Brent caviar over after four days of questions. Answers, and interruptions, judge Cavanaugh was not present for the final day of confirmation hearings. Instead, the Senate Judiciary committee heard from two dozen witnesses. He was as comfortable talking about how to break a full court press as he was discussing the Rooker Feldman doctrine, former solicitor general Paulk lament was a fellow law clerk with Cavanagh former Nixon White House counsel John dean was asked about presidential powers. So I don't think he has informed this committee of Israel position on that very important case a committee will likely vote on Kavanagh's nomination in two weeks. A final Senate vote is expected before the supreme court term begins October
Stolen "Wizard of Oz" ruby slippers found after 13 years
"Gordon is that it's moving relatively fast. But here in Biloxi, the next twenty four hours will carry threat of heavy rain storm surge flooding and tornadoes today was the first day of judge Brett Kavanagh's, President Trump supreme court Justice nominee confirmation hearing after hours of hearing from senators on the Senate Judiciary committee cavenaugh Gaby's opening statement, judge Brett Kavanagh's opening statement touched on a variety of topics. He thanked the president for the nomination his family for their support. And also described effort he's made to help women and minorities majority of my forty eight law clerks have been women more than a quarter of my law clerks have been minorities. Cavanaugh also thanked his mother who is also a judge. But in her twenties taught in. In predominantly black public schools
Coats calls Russian efforts to intervene in U.S. elections 'pervasive and ongoing'
"From townhall. Dot com on Peter's, security officials say Russia poses a continuing threat to American election. Amid complaints the White House has gone easy on Russian efforts to disrupt. American elections a platoon of security and intelligence officials, told reporters we're aware of the threat and we're. Pushing back we continue to see a pervasive messaging campaign by Russia to try to weaken and divide United States director of. National intelligence Dan, Coats says the effort isn't as robust as it was two, years ago but cautioned you just click away from becoming so national. Security adviser John Bolton claimed Trump warned Vladimir Putin about interference at their meeting in Helsinki the one in which Trump appeared to accept. Putin's denials I'm Warren Levinson four law clerks to retiring supreme. Court Justice Anthony Kennedy are praising high, court candidate Brad Kavanagh as a fair minded and conscientious successor the former clerics and a letter Thursday to Senator Chuck Grassley the Republican chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee and Senator, Dianne Feinstein, the ranking democratic member they described. Cavenaugh as supremely qualified, Grassley says the amount of documents already amassed on cavenaugh the. Most ever one of my researchers said that maybe compared to the last. Five supreme court nominees it would be more than, all of them added together Kevin is facing fierce. Opposition by Democrats because of the possibility of Roe versus Wade being overturned White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is refusing. To distance yourself, from President Trump's assertions that the news media is the enemy, of the American people Sanders was pressed on the question Thursday by. C. n. n.'s Jim Acosta I've addressed this question I've address my personal feelings I'm here to speak on behalf of the president he's. Made his comments clear the car fire near Redding California has. Now claimed six lives and destroyed some, one thousand sixty homes and is the sixth most destructive wildfire in California history more on these stories Is at townhall dot com This report. Is, sponsored by Ramco mortgage now here's the answer is real estate. And mortgage analyst as expected the fed less short-term, interest rates unchanged on Wednesday following their two day monetary, policy meeting the fed statement use the word strong several times to describe the economy's performance business investments household. Spending and the labour market meanwhile mortgage. Rates were. Unchanged with conforming no point thirty are fixed rates averaging four and a half percent and fifty as closer to four percent. Now for something completely different did you know that many skyscrapers in Hong Kong are built with a gaping hole in the middle of the holes are to allow the dragons from the mountains to pass through them to reach waters as dragons are believed to.
2 American cyclists among 4 dead in possible terror attack in Tajikistan
"Choose to stay behind they're not only placing themselves, and their families endanger placing firefighters and emergency personnel, endanger Chester county sheriff Tom nkohse Says the latest victim was in his home when it was destroyed despite a mandatory evacuation order investigators are. Looking into the second officer involved. Shooting in thirty six hours involving police, at Aurora, two people are dead after the, call a break in near Mont and I o Iowa we are dealing with, several people involved in. This incident and so I don't want to speculate. On everybody who may or may not be hospital Kenneth forest with Aurora police. Says no officers were, hurt over the weekend Aurora police shot and killed a suspect after tracking that person, to Adams county a. Possible terror attack claims the lives of two Americans in two Europeans touring Tadjikhistan by bicycle car ran into the. Group of seven cycle tourists on Sunday and Tajikistan's south please said those inside the vehicle then got. Out and attacked the cyclist with knives and a firearm police there said three suspects. In the attack have now been found and neutralized the reports at least two suspects were killed in, a struck Ogle with offices especially Rievaulx. ABC news Moscow the oldest Justice on. The United States Supreme court says she plans. To stay on the bench for another five years Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she'd like to stay. On the court until she's ninety Ginsburg is already hired law clerks for at least two more terms the happy. Campers are, gathered at the UC health training center for day three of Broncos, training camp for some. Fans Broncos cap is about a lot more than who makes the cut for this fan and her father it's a bond that are racist years. And miles of separation we made, a pact to come out every year. No matter like where I was living or where he was living and so it's kind of just our. Tradition now to come out to training camp and make the drive together, Broncos preseason play begins August eleventh when they host the Minnesota Vikings in. Baseball the Rockies are in Saint Louis tonight play the cardinals our coverage starts at five thirty right now. On Wall Street the Dow is down sixty seven points our next news update is. At ten.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, TSA and United States discussed on KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green
"Opened the case of oh skill is over a hundred degrees and winds will complicate efforts of weary fire crews battling wildfires across parts. Of California this afternoon the death toll now at eight at. The car fire near reading empty homes have resulted in. Several arrests for looting and Dan Simon is covering the people fleeing the fire there you have so many people that remain under an evacuation order about thirty eight thousand or. So all the hotels are completely full you can't even get a reservation somewhere and the. Evacuation centers a lot of them are at maximum capacity as well another. Ten thousand people are under evacuation orders and Mendocino. And Lake County where some of the other dozen or so blazes are burning eighty five year old supreme court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she hopes to serve at least five more years on. The court she is all ready hired law clerks for at least two more terms you may not be Paranoid after all somebody, may, really be watching you and it may be the TSA the Boston Globe reports there is an unknown till now TSA programmer passengers, behavior is being monitored more closely than we thought correspondent Rene Marsh, tells us the TSA calls it the quiet skies program air marshalls are now focused on monitoring unsuspecting passengers. Who are not suspected of a specific crime have not been convicted of a crime and they're not on any terror watchlist ahead of. A trip to Singapore Malaysia and Indonesia secretary of state Mike. Pompeo has announced the United States is going to start. Investing in the region today I'm announcing one hundred and thirteen million dollars in new US initiatives to support areas of the future digital economy energy and infrastructure the move is. Expected to counter Chinese attempts to exert more power in that region on Wall Street the. NASDAQ has recovered somewhat after dropping one percent earlier on tech stocks now. Showing a loss of Only sixty six points the Dow and the s&p are also both. Down moderately I'm Michael Toscano Email phishing attacks cost businesses billions annually.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg aims to serve "at least five more years"
"Sunday said. He believes Michael Cohen was once a good attorney but recording clients is a dish bobble. Offense obviously obviously I knew that I would never send him as. A reputable lawyer I just said he was a scoundrel Giuliani s said that violates attorney client privilege but Coen's attorney Lanny Davis said in, just talking about the case Giuliani has violated it. To Giuliani says they can. Address it and has been very helpful to us because. Now we've been able to put out the whole. Transcript with contradicts several things that Lanny Davis says the president re tweeted an. Old post Sunday in which Cohen called him, honest and. Transparent supreme court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she hopes, to serve at least five more years on the cord Ginsberg spoke. Out yesterday after attending a play in New York about, the late Justice, Antonin, Scalia she noted that she is eighty-five and would like to, stay on. The, court until she's Ninety the courts oldest Justice pointed out that former Justice John Paul Stevens left the court when he was ninety Ginsburg said based on that she has about at least five more years and she's already hired, law clerks for at least two. More terms a police are investigating an apparent murder suicide that left five people dead near Corpus Christi police in Rob's down responded to a shooting at a nursing home Friday evening and. Found three people shot to death Erasmo floor is is the Rob's town chief of police To a room were Mr. story was Also located were inside the room near the suspect They've been, identified as, sixty, year, old Richard story the shooter, his stepmother Thelma Montalvo and his eighty-five year-old. Father Ernest story at the elderly couple's. Home nearby two more people were found shot dead they're identified as Montale those forty one year old son and, the couple's adopted thirteen year. Old. Side right now no motive has been established awesome city officials. Are being told to consider changing their city's name a new report by Austin's equity office identifies confederate monuments in the city as well as. Streets and neighbourhoods named after confederates and slave owners the report points, out that Austin is named after Stephen f. Austin the father of Texas and notes that. He opposed efforts to abolish slavery, in the state also on the list of locales it'd be possibly renamed peace park the Bouldin creek neighborhood. Barton springs and ten streets named for William Barton the Daniel. Boone of Texas who was a slave owner renaming the capital of. Texas would likely require a citywide election w away I news Eight thirty seven. Traffic and weather together in a minute but first, check of, your money, in, the, world of business has tradings, already underway this report service I mart credit..
"law clerk" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Nbc's chuck todd he used to work for democrat admits that cavanaugh is a very confirmable pick that's why they're so scared the only way his confirmation could be derailed if they catch him as edwin edwards the former governor of once put it is if you get caught in bed with a dead girl or a live boy last year president trump chose a former law clerk of anthony kennedy and neil gorsuch this year he chose a former law clerk to justice kennedy in brad kavanagh brad kavanagh was a law clerk the same year as neil gorsuch i can't i don't think that's ever happened in supreme court history the two former clerks who served at the same time have been nominated to the supreme court one now on one now hoping to be on just judge kevin is been a district court appeals court judge for twelve years here service in the george w bush administration service with ken starr the senate had hoped they the trump would choose someone else but obviously the president thought otherwise lester all right let me go to chuck todd he has been described as a man with with clear conservative credentials and it's spoken at rip on the issue of whether president should be distracted by investigations i'm gonna go out on a limb here and think democrats are gonna season that very quickly lesser i think they are i mean look i think in his confirmation hearings you're going to hear a lot about that and you're gonna hear about a lot of some of the work he did in his political background his sort of pre legal background on that front yes i think the idea of weather a sitting president can be subject of a criminal inquiry he worked judge cavanaugh worked for ken starr and has written a review article that basically says an einstein we distracted president clinton too much and he should have been able to focus on getting for instance osama bin laden at the time but let me tell you this overall lester i think this is a pick that is a very confirmable pick brett cabin is already gotten the support once of the to moderate republican senator murkowski in collinsville likely get it again senator warren says hey i don't know anything about cavenaugh but i'm gonna oppose him anyway because he was on the list senator warren thank you very much for.
Multivitamin-mineral supplements do not reduce heart disease, deaths
"Three zero w beautiful morning partly cloudy skies in seventy right now big stories in the news this morning one is the cape rescue that is once again underway at this hour another live update coming up also last night's announcement by president trump brad kavanagh is his pick for the supreme court the fiftythreeyearold a solidly conservative politically connected judge was once a law clerk for the retiring justice anthony kennedy plenty of reaction to that throughout the morning one of our guests here in the morning news at about seven twenty tom emmer the republican congressman from here in minnesota we'll get his thoughts on it end throughout the day we'll obviously get reaction from folks like that and from you as well here at eight thrill wctc others a new analysis this morning of eighteen different studies and what it finds is that multivitamins do not help in preventing heart disease or heart attacks research published in the journal circulation looked at data involving more than two million participants with an average twelve years of follow up the team found no association between taking multi vitamin and mineral supplements and a lower risk of death from cardiac diseases as many as thirty percents of americans use such supplements but the american heart association says eating a healthy diet with more fruits and vegetables is the best way to have a healthy heart alison keys cbs news.
"law clerk" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Talk show that's real this is the brian kilmeade show the president's outsource this decision to the federalist society in the heritage foundation it is extraordinary i was a law clerk to justice blackmun i've argued cases before the supreme court for them i've never seen a president united states in effect make himself a puppet of outside groups and choose from a group of right wing fringe ideologues okay that's one way to view it or you could say that he wants to experts in a field that he's not an expert in the federal organization who he put together a list of twenty to twenty five and now he's down to four senator blumenthal will constantly go after president trump so get used to it joining us now is is bret baier we'll be watching the show tonight brad you're going to be part of the coverage side nine i don't know yet i think so i'll be out at the supreme court for special report then we'll have special coverage after that obviously we're gonna see how it all lines up with the actual announcement but it should be interesting to hear senator blumenthal talk i mean does he not believe that democratic presidents have outreach to experts and you know people in the know in legal circles when making a choice for the supreme court right and leonard leo left the federal is to work temporarily took a leave to help the president through this process it gave a course in the long run i have no problem with that do you have a secretary of state to deal with foreign policy issues these are expertise in that area and do you look into other people in you know the council of foreign policy for issues like that so that pretty much is a political statement for the most part we're down to down to four and the four pretty well known at this point you have brad kavanagh you have raised catholic you have thomas hardiman and amy coney barrett when i left work on friday i felt so people were trying to push towards catholic do you send somebody else's stockers rising from over the weekend i think catholics and hardiman actually rising in part because of the or eating your approval process they don't have a long paper trail and and it seemed to be turned mcconnell was suggestion would be easier get through now for all of the pushback negatively the bread cavenaugh had i don't think that he's out of the running yet and i think that that's the whole thing is is just up to president trump really and how he feels i do think that that barrett has a bit of an uphill climb when it comes to the issue of abortion simply because i think it would be a lot tougher on her past writings and and stances on that john malcolm wait in an expert in this area over the weekend with maria cut twelve calculus changes with each with each pick and it's a whole new ballgame tom hardiman has actually been a judge the longest he was a district court judge in two thousand and three and he sat on the third circuit since two thousand and six of very distinguished judge close of course in the president's sister is very solid opinions on religious liberty the second amendment so it doesn't surprise me that he's in that finalist whether he'll get the nod or not remains to be seen in some say the more you're right the more trouble you can get right yeah i mean listen more paper trail you have the more opportunities the opposition has to go down some rabbit hole into a discussion that potential trips are a nominee up and that's basically what what the opposition has is the ability to trip a a candidate o or somehow convince the moderate republicans like susan collins and you know you have a few others that you're on the fan that they need to vote against this person i think it's a total order and i do think that the picks probably are going to get the votes than brett i'm gonna pay extra we have a lot to cover boris johnson's just resigned as foreign minister under theresa may not that we in america really digest the parliamentary system but the second major big resignation as the president gets set to go over there how much trouble is she in right now i think she's in big trouble i think that that there are a couple of high profile resignations this being the latest and that's the biggest and how she's handling the brexit rollout and not handling it and you heard.
"law clerk" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A worthy success last year i was proud to appoint justice kennedy's former law clerk neal gorsuch to the supreme court over the last year justice gorsuch is embodied the most sacred principles of the court making impartial decisions based upon the constitution in choosing justice kennedy's replacement my greatest responsibility is to select a justice who will faithfully interpret the constitution as written judges are not supposed to rewrite the law reinvent the constitution or substitute their own opinions for the will of the people expressed through their launch we reject judicial activism and policymaking from the bench the faithful application of the constitution is the bedrock of our freedom the foundation of our society and the pin of our government the american system task congress with writing the laws the executive with enforcing the laws and the judiciary with issuing neutral judgments based upon those laws and the constitution we have sworn to protect choosing a new justice select someone with impeccable credentials great intellect unbiased judgment and deep reverence for the laws and constitution of the united states i look forward to making an announcement soon so that we can further strengthen and protect liberty and justice for all thank you and god bless america that was president trump with his weekly address senator patty murray of washington state will deliver this week's democratic address you can hear that at seven oh six here on wbz and you can always listen to wbz radio wherever you go on the iheart radio app roxbury residents.
Trump focused on Kavanaugh, Kethledge for Supreme Court: source
"The week off you'll be back on monday michael philatelic sitting in this morning good morning coming up in this hour the president says they're down to three supreme court shortlist down to three with two on the inside track we are being told several outlets reporting today on both left and right the three judges are brett kavanagh amy coney barrett and raymond catholic with cavanaugh and barrett as the top two at the moment that might not be the greatest choice we'll explain why in just a second jared halpern fox news radio we'll take a look at all three supreme court candidates this morning we start with brad kavanagh judge brett cavanaugh would succeed his former boss he was a law clerk for supreme court justice anthony kennedy since two thousand six kevin has been a judge in the court of appeals for the dc circuit often stop for future supreme court justices cavanaugh worked in president george w bush's white house and before that worked with ken in starr's investigation of then president bill clinton one issue sure to get attention in a confirmation hearing at two thousand nine article for the minnesota law review cabinet argued presidents generally should be exempt from time consuming and distracting lawsuits and investigations there is some conservative resistance to cavenaugh for his dissent in an affordable care act challenge on the appeals court cavenaugh cited the anti injunction act concluding intel taxes associated with the law winning to affect the law could not be challenged that ruling critics say created a roadmap to uphold the individual mandate cavanagh grew up in the dc area before attending yale for undergraduate and law school in washington jared halpern fox news.
Trump focused on Kavanaugh, Kethledge for Supreme Court
"The shelters i x ray machine and for surgery tables and much more and there will be grooming and photo rooms to ensure homeless shelter pets look their best for potential adopters the animal care center is expected to open in late summer two thousand nineteen paul miles newsradio eight forty w h a s multiple reports say president trump has narrowed the list of possible supreme court nominees down to three names the three contenders are appeals court judges brett cavanaugh raymond catholic and amy coney barrett cavanaugh and cutlet served as law clerks to justice anthony kennedy while barrett clerked for justice antonin scalia president trump is expected to announce his pick for the supreme court next monday the trump administration has given an update on its efforts to reunite separated children with their parents who were arrested after they illegally crossed the us mexico border to government is now giving a rough estimate of the number of children still separated from their parents health and human services secretary alex as our says it's under three thousand including approximately one hundred children under the age of five as our says the government will comply with recent court order demanding that all the children be returned to their parents within thirty days as our says that's an artificial timetable and he says it could thwart proper vetting of what he calls purported parents steven portnoy washington a new lgbt youth.
"law clerk" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"I believe it was with only three democrats voting for her and she's written in the area of religion that could be ended up being a flash point in any confirmation hearing she also has finally a former law clerk of antonin scalia what's that supposed to mean is that a strike against her yeah she's a law clerk for scalia let me she's horrible because scalia was horrible she was confirmed that creates i fifty five four eight doesn't matter she was confirmed okay gorsuch he wasn't confirmed unanimously doesn't matter this is not horseshoes you win you win it doesn't matter if it's one voter twenty here's jonathan martin formerly of political now with the new york times a different cnn show this afternoon and he's commenting on how trump makes these decisions i think trump that is probably more taken with whoever kind of moves him in the moment and feels like looks the part i if we know anything about the president he's so taken with optics and appearances and the perception that is so critical in his mind to politics public relations that's gonna trump all okay what are we hearing there how would you translate that what jonathan martin of the new york times to say trump is going to go for the goodlooking babe trump loves goodlooking babes he owned the miss usa pageant or may still who knows trump likes babes look at his wife we'll get marla maples trump loves good looking women he's going to go out and book a good looking woman trump's in the image they still don't know donald trump it's amazing they think they do and they haven't they haven't gained any significant grounded all in their quest to understand trump and that that soundbite is an illustration but you know jonathan martin's not along in bringing looks into this see that's not that's something we're not supposed to do folks we're not supposed to comment on the looks of people in politics because you know why politics is show biz for the ugly we're not supposed to talk about how people look but they do and our old buddy chris cillizza formerly with the washington post now with cnn has been blasted for a tweet that he sent about her appearance he tweeted a photo of amy coney barrett and said if you believe trump makes decisions based on image and appearance and he does then here's the next court justice and he plastered a picture of amy coney barrett their cillizza wrote in an accompanying article that trump is obsessed with image notice how okay i don't know who said this i but jonathan martin and now chris eliza saying identical things trump is obsessed with image he's obsessed with pr he's obsessed with buzz and trump solicit says well appreciate that barrett is a young woman with seven children how you look a major marker for how you will do in trump's world cillizza said you need to look the part for him to imagine you in the job my friends far be it for me just cite any specific examples here but folks don't make me say the the evidence abounds that these guys are wrong the evidence is everywhere to these guys are they want you to think of trump picks tens because trump is out vacant news with tens trump's doing things with number ten number nine the evidence abounds at this is not the case both men and women but look who it is again focused on looks it isn't us look again who's focused on abortion and roe versus wade not us it's them here's diane feinstein grab audio sound bite number eleven feinstein interviewing amy while interrogating her during confirmation hearings september six two thousand seventeen judiciary committee confirmation hearings on amy coney barrett for the seventh circuit court of appeals swing me read your speeches the conclusion one draws is that the dogma lives loudly within you and that's of concern when you come to big issues that large numbers of people have fought for for years in this country i assume if you're on the list that you would be a no vote on rope and that puts a number of us just very honestly in layman's language in a very difficult position way so what she means by dr cigna is the catholic dog dying fine said that when you read your speeches barrett the conclusion one draws this that the catholic dogma catholic dogma dogma catholicism is dogma lives loudly within you and that's of concern when you come to big issues at large numbers of people of what for meaning there's all bunch of us adult light christians and we've been working really hard.
"law clerk" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Wins this mayor and administrator the quarter co chairperson night you're primarily put children in harm's way by lying and seeing that they did their due diligence in the work that they're supposed to do when they filed with the federal government that was a lie herbert saying they file false documents to hud so as to get federal money wins news time to five speculation continuing as to who president trump might select to fill the upcoming vacancy on the us supreme court on abc's this week republican senator susan collins of maine said she will ask candidates about their views on legal precedents which might indicate how they will go on roe v wade candidate for this important position who would overturn roe v wade put nat the acceptable to me because that would indicate and activists agenda that i don't wanna see a judge hat on cbs face the nation democratic senator richard blumenthal of connecticut expressed his concerns i was a law clerk to justice harry blackmun on the united states supreme court the year after he wrote the opinion in robie way the majority opinion i've argued case in the united states supreme court four of them i've never seen a cork it is so polarized and so politicized president trump has announced he will name his supreme court nominee choice a week from tomorrow july nine wins news time two oh six county police looking for the driver of a car that crashed head on into a limo early this morning leaving six people injured happened just after one thirty this morning in melville cops say a mercedes benz sedan was heading eastbound wilmington drive when it veered into the westbound lane hitting the limousine the driver of the mercedes fled on foot and we're seeing a short time later being picked up by person in another car the driver of the limo and five passengers were all taken area hospitals for what are called nonlifethreatening injuries police asking anyone with.
POLITICO Playbook: Trump gets a chance to shape America for decades
"To an end after seven years apple and samsung electronics told the judge save resolve their first file but last remaining of the legal disputes at one span four competence the string of lawsuits started in two thousand eleven after steve jobs apple's co founder who died that year threatened to go thermonuclear on rivals that use the android operating system the companies didn't disclose terms of the accord s and p futures are of three and a half points this morning dow futures up twenty three nasdaq futures are up ten and a straight ahead we have the latest world and national news this is bloomberg thank you karen at brings us to six oh seven on wall street a vacancy ahead on the us supreme court bloomberg's michael barr with that and more good morning good morning bob federal appeals court judge brad kavanagh former anthony kennedy law clerk with close ties to the retiring supreme court justice is emerging as a top contender to replace his former boss that's according to to us officials familiar with the trump administration's thanking president trump says he will start the effort to replace kennedy immediately and make a choice from a list of twenty five contenders justice kennedy announced his retirement yesterday trump spoke to a rally in north fargo north dakota last night and i'm very honored that he chose to do it during my tournament office because he felt confident in me to make the right choice and carry on his great legacy that's why democratic senate minority leader chuck schumer on the senate floor said it would be the height of apocryphal for the senate to vote on a new justice before the november midterm elections this is the most important supreme court vacancy for this country in at least a generation democrats say they are echoing and arguments senate majority leader mitch mcconnell made as he blocked a confirmation vote on president obama's final supreme court nominee before the twenty sixteen presidential election president trump and russian president vladimir putin will hold their first bilateral summit next month the white house and kremlin settled on helsinki for the summit according to fox news defense secretary james mattis met his south korean counterpart in seoul today that is said us diplomats are working closely with south korea in trying to achieve north korea's complete andy reversible denuclearization of the korean peninsula suspend the guardian exercise increased opportunity for diplomatic be good here increasing prospects for a peaceful global news twenty four hours a day on aaron at tick tack on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg bob thank you michael now six zero nine on wall street time.
"law clerk" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM
"A law clerk full us supreme court justice thurgood marshall welcome to background briefing louis michael seidman mike and in effect our president is at war with the truth and at war with the law so somebody that's particularly with a history that you have having served one of the great aligns of liberalism us supreme court justice thurgood marshall have you ever witnessed a situation where the commanderinchief the head of the country appears to be at war with the major institutions of government like the doj and the fbi well actually while i was clerking for justice marshall the watergate events were unfolding and i remember them very clearly and i think that's the closest analogy but they were a number of things first of all i think what trump has done is worse but what's more troubling there were a number of things that were in place in watergate that really controlled nixon and ultimately led to a stone fall that are not in place today including the fact that both the house and the senate were democratic cans and that nixon had been forced to accept a attorney general and a special prosecutor who were devoted to making sure that the law was enforced and then of course the fact that nixon had the poor judgment of taping his crimes so things are much more dicey today and they were then i think so.
"law clerk" Discussed on We The People
"Was a law clerk at the legal defense after my first year and the organization has strong survive my summer l biggest indication that how strong it is it's a wonderful but if you would told me back in the late seventies that this is where the fourteenth amendment is going to be in the twenty first century i would have been shocked and i also the progress or by the regression right because probably goes both ways i think both and i my guess would be in the twenty second century the fourteenth amendment will be as vibrant and is important as it has been since its inception and i suspect we will be surprised if you talk to my great great great grandkids they will be shocked bye i'll be but you know some of the things that they will be dealing with that are fourteenth amendment based disappointed in certain ways and hopefully pleasantly surprised in others well let's talk about one of them talk about voting and this is an issue that you were involved in when you're the department of justice and certainly the legal defense fund is but we are it's twenty eighteen and and in the past five years we've had a number of cases decided by federal courts in which federal courts have found that state legislatures have deliberately passed laws designed to keep african americans from voting in some case african americans in latinos and that's very that's that's very retro that is very very old school and of course we have the voting rights act a statute but we also have the fourteenth amendment and these i think these fourteenth amendment violations really tell us something about the moment that we're in and you've been involved in some of those cases.
"law clerk" Discussed on KGO 810
"A different joe rights oh on the topic gary brown the allegedly civil wittig in ancient governor uh of of of uh during the first ten years my legal career i was law clerk for one firm state and federal judges a law clerk basically reviews legal brace and discuss his gives menem memos to the judges about litigants arguments very interesting job at a law clerk is law clerk nothing more when jerry brown got out of law school is political connections got him a job as law clerk with a state supreme court from there he would directly into politics here's how he described as legal experience with the court he wasn't a law clerk he was a special attorney who is employed by the court while the rest of us law clerks worked on litigation before the courts jerry brown was a special attorney quote working on the state's toughest cases closed quote i knew that that that point he was full of shot in shouldn't be trusted with the truth then in an area advantages and he took him and then at thirty six he was governor of the state threat somewhere along the line he acquired millions of dollars in this building a palace uh let's see what are you want a really good comment on the senate in alabama and campaigns or marketing by bikini about a special section for the alabama stuff fair enough guys any guy was gone on a gulf buddy trip to resort areas run into the cart girl actually anybody's ever played golf many a resort tire young women post college post highschool dressed them in short skirts short short stockings tight teeshirts universally have made up his though there for a fashion shoot their flirtatious have stories about working their way through school how tough it is the sport themselves and then sell you a fifty cent cana pepsi.
"law clerk" Discussed on KGO 810
"A different joe rights on the topic gary brown the allegedly civiletti akin ancient governor of of of uh during the first ten years my legal career i law clerk for want for state and federal judges law clerk basically reviews legal bracing discusses gives menem memos to the judges about litigants arguments very interesting job at a law clerk has law clerk nothing more when jerry brown got out of law school is political connections got him a job as law clerk with a state supreme court from there he would directly into politics here's how he described as legal experience with the court he wasn't a law clerk he was a special attorney who is employed by the court while the rest of us law clerks worked out a litigated before the courts jerry brown was a special attorney quote working on the state's toughest cases closed quote i knew that that that point he was full of shot in shouldn't be trusted with the truth an an advantage and he took him and then at thirty six he was governor of the state is right somewhere along the line he acquired millions of dollars and is building a palace uh let's see what are you want a really good comment on the senate now obama and campaigns or marketing by but keeney about a special section for the alabama stuff fair enough guys any guy who's gone on a golf buddy trip to resort areas run into the cart girl actually anybody's ever played golf video resorts hire young women post college post icecool dressed them in short skirts short short stockings tight teeshirts universally have made up his though there for a fashion shoot their flirtatious have stories about working their way through school how tough it is the sport themselves and then sell you a fifty cent cana pepsi for five dollars plus degenerative of course well if we've got gotta stop i can't finish this great teeth i want to hear the end you got his hooked and that's how i ended up as the father of quadruplets that's the end very attractive quadruplets us eddie cagey hates traffic magilton auto body traffic there's much better news for traffic on the waldo grade earlier crash northbound near the williams tunnel now clear and then the following wreck southbound it's spencer has been cleared as well so uh all lanes open both directions and we are back.
"law clerk" Discussed on WLAC
"Does he think that homosexual conduct should be illegal it's as he as he yes or no question um probably probably this on sex will conduct the illegal what would the punishment me for a man lights having sexual relations with another man or woman having you sexual relations with another woman what should the punishment be uh is just a sin no matter where you can believe you can save probably should be illegal right that he's asked about muslims should there be muslims in office no there shouldn't be for some faulty reason that you have to swear in the bible which you don't have to do i tell you what he said the does he think it should be illegal the act of homosexually is over six you should be illegal the answers are probably tell just that problem now is it you'd have no matter it's nice ask him i don't know yes that old say all of handles spokesman if you do no and you're absolutely sure still say you have to ask you ask him i haven't discussed but here's a guy who's dozen no id saying all problems of proud where i don't know i think i think if you would have been asked embroil more believes the deltas should be stoned in the public square he would have said of course drake uk late they assumed salud's a law clerk what do i would probably not be could asheri crusades be reinstated lj that's the first piece of legislation role in morris fix into work.
"law clerk" Discussed on KOMO
"The the paper contract toward continued even even when the law clerk to pay a top level bucket contract in the current doing their job keeping the current brought him but now you're going to the motor affected big government third firm thing that could affect now we need good the be filled give an example erin of an give an example of an agency or government service that would be impacted by this sure there anything for lord programs like the uh you've got kicked awarded beer or uh i get bullying or the they will be ground beef return there's no evidence that would delayed or put off because today allegra pentagon reader but i get the warri her london company is that quarter mall update for program or little nuts and bolts of the pentagon nobody ever cared about and what you're goal it will be delayed and a little bit harder to get somebody on the phone when when you need it we're speaking with their greg of the washington post and air what kind of numbers are we talking about for jobs in the pentagon high level jobs that really need to still be filled an and how does it compared to other administrations at this stage of their presidencies sure so there about fifteen it have been killed but when you according to data maintained by the particle kurt serve at them the washington post you have a ripley and a gone through the earth or third depending on the bill open was actually much much third of them third of them are currently filled which we most of them phil open we much better than a lot of other agent you have the let the favorite aid the department the department of labor department of agriculture yet less than a quarter but hilbert carbon build what what that amount a method gap and leadership a lot of at a lot of federal agencies that kind of carry out the bit the government every day so our folks who are upset with this are they lastly are they blaming the white house are they blaming congress well i'm curt donald trump would like to blame pondered people on the other end of the spectrum david that donald trump is actually behind other previous administration could nominating people who you have both kind of criticizing one another or a problem that we all agree agreed to and then people abroad at the bottom level who are.