Day: March 23, 2022

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CNN is looking at the possibility of Jackson changing his mind about abortion

CNN is looking at the possibility of Jackson changing his mind about abortion

Welcome to Poppy Harlow New York Senior correspondent of the newspaper and The infamous RBG In the Wednesday edition of co-author Erin Carmon CNN Newsroom To discuss their hopes that Ketanji Brown Jackson will eventually be able to change the minds of his final Supreme Court colleagues on gender inequality, primarily abortion.

Realizing that Jackson would not change the court’s ideological makeup, Harlow sought a silver lining:

I know he won’t change the balance of the court, 6-3, but I wonder if you agree with Linda Greenhouse. New York Times Who wrote earlier this month that he might “not change the court, but he can change the conversation very well and this is a start.” And he talked about how former Justice Thergood Marshall, according to him, was able to influence former Justice Sandra Day O’Connor while sitting on the bench together and I wonder if you think, perhaps over time, Justice Jackson could do the same?

Carmon shared the same hope: “I mean, Justice O’Connor himself has often crossed the isle on the issue of gender inequality, you know, although he and Justice Ginsberg did not agree on much of what they were able to find. Common ground in women’s rights cases. “

After referring to a Fourth Amendment case in which Ginsberg persuaded his fellow judges to make the search for a teenage daughter’s strip unconstitutional, Carmon used the case in the hope that Jackson could refute pro-life arguments:

Every day, in every single term, the court is working on these questions – racial and gender inequality, justice, what is the proper remedy for these problems and therefore keeping someone at home for whom these are not theoretical, especially yes, we hope this case, this abortion decision What may be memorable, may be reversed Rowe vs. WadeThis will not be the last time that courts consider abortion and often these anti-abortion restrictions are created in the name of protecting black women or black children and so rhetorically addressed to someone who can then say at home, there is information, there is something alive without their deep legal credentials. There is experience, I think it makes a big difference.

“Presumably, there is no need for abortion restrictions to protect black children and children of all races.” It also rejects the notion that Jackson is an impartial judge who will set aside his own beliefs and preferences when deciding cases.

Harlow concludes by agreeing with his guest’s point of view on abortion: “This is a really important issue. Erin Carmon, I’m glad to have you. I’m sorry to be short this morning, but we’ll get back to you soon. “

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Here is a transcript of the March 23 show:

CNN Newsroom with Poppy Harlow and Jim Scuto

3/23/2022

10:35 AM ET

Poppy Harlow: I know he won’t change the balance of the court, 6-3, but I wonder if you agree with Linda Greenhouse. New York Times Sandra de O’Connor, who wrote earlier this month that she may not “change the court, but she can change the conversation very well and this is a start” and she believes that former Justice Thergood Marshall was able to influence the former judge. During their time together on the bench and I wonder if you think, perhaps over time, Justice Jackson could do the same?

Irene Carmon: Of course, we see something in history. I mean, Justice O’Connor himself has often crossed the Isle several times on issues of gender inequality, you know, although he and Justice Ginsberg did not agree on many issues when they managed to find common ground in the case. Concerned about women’s rights. And – and– Justice Ginsberg once told me in an interview that he was able to persuade his colleagues to change their minds in a Fourth Amendment case involving the search for a teenage girl.

Harlow: That’s right

Carmon: – To help them understand how aggressive it will be, this is how they will be explored as a teenage girl. This is of course important and every day, in every single term, the court is dealing with questions about racial and gender inequality, justice, what is the proper remedy for these problems and therefore having someone in this room for whom these are not theoretical, especially yes, we expect this case. Doing this, abortion decisions that may be memorable may be reversed Rowe vs. WadeThis will not be the last time that courts consider abortion and often these anti-abortion restrictions are created in the name of protecting black women or black children and so rhetorically addressed to someone who can then say at home, there is information, there is something alive without their deep legal credentials. There is experience, I think it makes a big difference.

Harlow: That’s really important. Erin Carmon, nice to meet you, sorry for being brief this morning, but we’ll get back to you soon. Thanks again.

The potential “inflation bomb” is coming with the expected increase in price

The potential “inflation bomb” is coming with the expected increase in price

Biden’s economy is in dire straits and estimates are for the worse.

We have reported this morning about the possible inflationary bombings due to this administration’s policy. To offset inflation, the only answer that has worked historically is to increase the rate above the rate of inflation. This means a rate increase of at least 10% because the current rate is close to zero and inflation is at 10%.

Corrupt politicians are being blamed for massive inflation – rising oil prices are leading to an emerging “inflation bomb”

In addition, experts say, the price of fertilizer is always higher. This will definitely affect food prices and inflation.

Fertilizer prices have now exceeded the 2008 high. I’m not going to lie to you: it’s not good
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– Gianluca (@ Theimmigrant84) March 23, 2022

The dollar is facing downward pressure as countries like Saudi Arabia begin talks with China about using the yuan as their currency for trade. This will further strengthen inflation and hurt the dollar greatly. Zerohedge Report:

China’s importance to Saudi Arabia as an export market has grown in parallel with the Kingdom’s dependence on Chinese imports and investments; But, as Goldman notes, The increasing frequency of the use of financial sanctions as a tool of US foreign policy is logically creating an incentive for third countries to diversify from the perceived over-reliance on dollar-dependent trade..

Relations between Saudi Arabia and the United States have been on a downward spiral since the turn of the century. A long series of policy differences (from the invasion of Iraq to the possible impending revival of the JCPOA with Iran) and the decline of US foreign policy interests in the region are leading Riyadh to seek political and security alliances with other world powers, including China.

All of this is leading to a trading house collapse alert. Just a year after Biden’s policy, the United States is in a state of turmoil.

Recent News:

A senior executive at one of the world’s largest trading houses warns of collapse

Hold on tight.

– Gold Telegraph (@goldtelegraph_) March 23, 2022

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‘No Spark’; CBS Pans ‘debunked’ GOP claims about Jackson, Snears over

‘No Spark’; CBS Pans ‘debunked’ GOP claims about Jackson, Snears over

Wednesday CBS Morning Biden went up and out to help Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson with an 11-minute eye-popping spin, denouncing Republican questions as unrelated to Jackson and ridiculing concerns about his history of punishing child sex offenders, rather than pleasing them. Has done. “Not there” And Republicans have described it as a failure “Hit a match.”

Worse, a CBS liberal even raises questions about the need for confirmation hearings and procedures because there is so much more “Great” (By which they refer to Republicans, not Democrats).

Co-host and Democratic Party donor Gayle King cut off coverage in part. “[s]Every Republican senator has questioned him about issues that are important to the party’s electorate, including critical racism. ” And not about Jackson as a judge.

Congress correspondent Nicole Killian has taken a liberal spin, offering zero pushback on the insane claim that GOP questions are pale: “[T]He is dismissing some of these questions from White House and Democrat Republican senators. They say they have crossed the line and even cut the stain based on conspiracy theories. “

Killian hyped Jackson “Address the elephant in the house” Concerning the punishment of child sexual offenses, “I refute[ing] Missouri Republican Senator Josh Howley has denied the allegations in a statement issued Friday stating “Similar, baseless allegations concerning child pornography have been made more than once. In the clip used, Jackson made the emotional argument that he still sees sex crimes as “disgusting” and “disgusting.”

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) raised his concerns about the CRT and antiracist curriculum on a private school Jackson’s board, but Killian took the matter directly to Cruz and expressed his views: “When Senator Cruz was asked how it relates to the Supreme Court, he said critical race theory is divisive.”

Referring to Jackson’s claim that he has his own record as a lawyer, Killian said that “the record … almost made the judge cry because he talked about the challenges of maintaining maternal balance.”

In the second hour of the show, Phil-in co-host Vladimir Duthiers wondered if Cruz would ask Jackson about the race, and there’s a scene that “Whites are kind of oppressors.”

Speaking to reporters Jan Crawford and Robert Costa, Duthiers tidied the former to respond to his disgust with the Texas senator (click “expand”):

DUTHIERS: Senator Ted Cruz seems to have his question to Judge Jackson, the first black woman to be nominated by the Supreme Court to indicate that she is soft on crime, she is soft on pedophiles, and she thinks whites are oppressors in one way or another. . How did you respond to that?

Crawford: Look, I think, all day long, I mean, he was a mix of coercion when he needed to defend himself, and then you know, he was sympathetic when he was talking about his family and some of his tough decisions. Make it a judge … but, Vlad, there’s nobody there. I mean, if you look at his convictions in those cases, it’s not uncommon for other federal judges to have to deal with these cases. It doesn’t take into account what we heard from those Republican senators yesterday, it doesn’t take into account whether their statements were actually consistent with what the probation officers recommended in that case. So, I think today they will go ahead and focus more generally on how he can be a humble speaker in other cases.

Crawford added that the Republicans “No traction found” And failed “A match strike” And create “Spark” Where visitors have seen Jackson’s picture “Personality” As “He was strong.” As well as “Sympathetic.”

Costa’s statement is that many GOP questions were not real but were blatantly biased, saying that when he “Pull[s] [senators] On the one hand, they say that these hearings are not just about Judge Jackson. “ And instead “A prism for the upcoming midterm elections” Per “Inspire their own voters.”

The king then said that he was “Very happy” Costa “Made that point” Because he saw himself questioning why those questions were “even relevant” to Jackson. He was able to deny “bias” and opposition to Jackson in Washington, wondering if Republicans could still support him.

Co-hosts Net Barleson and Crawford turned to the Democrats, and after talking about staying away from Republican content, they cheated on Senator Corey Booker (D-NJ). “Being a little emotional” In reality “Moment” To remember. Crawford Senator John Kennedy (RLA) (click “Extend”):

BERLESON: John, do you think Senator Corey Booker’s exchange of views with Judge Jackson, when asked about his parents and their children, has become somewhat emotional? Do you believe the strategy is going to work for Democrats?

Crawford: Oh, I mean, they – it was interesting. You know, sometimes there’s going to be a moment in this hearing where you can feel the fight just leave the house and we’ve seen that at the confirmation hearing for Justice Alito, for example, his wife breaks down in tears and runs away. And I thought Senator Booker’s question came close to a moment. I mean, it was one of the strongest in the day. Not only the exchange that you mentioned about his parents, but when he asked about the high murder rate of black men, his concern for his own family. He called it annoying, something I know he said very well. It reveals his personal side. And then, of course, there was the mistake of Republican Senator Kennedy from Louisiana on the other side of the corridor, who described it as if it were a surprise to a star controversial, Harvard law grad, who had been a federal judge for a decade. So – but I think it’s going to be interesting to see how all of this, you know, what we’ve seen with Senator Booker’s strong questions and then Senator Kennedy’s missteps, how it affects some of the tone of today’s question.

Before wrapping up, King questioned the confirmation process (which he did even after Jackson’s formal nomination). “Numbers are for him” And “Results” Already set, but we are subject to GOP days instead “Grandstanding.”

In light of all this, we wonder: did these people come down with amnesia and miss what happened? 2017, 2018And 2020?

CBS’s amnesia about how Democrats behaved when Republican presidents appointed Supreme Court judges became possible for advertisers like Apple and Expedia. Follow the links to see their contact information on the MRC’s Conservative Fight Back page.

To view relevant CBS transcripts from March 23, click here.

New polls show Trump has a huge 59 percent approval rating, as Biden continues

New polls show Trump has a huge 59 percent approval rating, as Biden continues

A new poll shows that former President Donald Trump has a 59 percent approval rating – the day Joe Biden reached his all-time low.

A poll conducted by Emerson Polling found that voters were not being fooled into believing that higher gas prices were not Biden’s fault.

‘President Joe Biden’s approval rating is 43%, a one-point increase since February, while his disagreement has dropped one point to 49%. Looking ahead to the midterm elections, the Republican Party holds an advantage: 47% said they would support the Republican congressional candidate, while 42% plan to support the Democratic congressional candidate, with 11% decisive, “Polstars reports.

The report continued, “Former President Trump has about 12-point favors over Biden: 59% of voters say they are somewhat or very favorable to Trump, compared to 47% who are somewhat or very favorable to Biden. Biden lags behind 45% to 42%.

“Eighty-three percent (83%) of voters said they were experiencing some inconvenience due to rising commodity prices, 40% were reporting significant inconvenience, and another 43% were reporting some inconvenience. Seventeen percent (17%) reported no inconvenience,” he said. Emerson found. “When asked who they blame for the increase in gas prices, a majority (39%) blames the Biden administration, 21% blames sanctions on Russia and 18% blames the gas and oil companies.”

Another Reuters / Ipsos poll released Wednesday found Biden’s approval rating at 40 percent, the lowest ever for him.

“With mid-November elections fast approaching, the results of this survey could be of concern to Democrats who want to maintain a narrow majority in both the House of Representatives and the Senate,” The Hill reported.

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The DOJ has asked the court to punish Google

The DOJ has asked the court to punish Google

The Department of Homeland Security has requested that Google approve the ongoing antitrust lawsuit.

The lawsuit was settled out of court, claiming that Google had a monopoly on Google. Restore the net The DOJ reported in an application that Google had instructed its employees on how to identify documents as “confidential” in order to hide the documents at the time of the discovery of the case:

“For nearly a decade now, Google has been training its employees to use attorney-client privileges to shield common business contacts from litigation and the discovery of government investigations. Specifically, Google teaches its employees to add an attorney, a privilege label, and a simple “request” for advice to the employee or Google for any sensitive business communication.

The petition states that U.S. District Court Judge Amit Mehta will order the release of further documents.

“[I]The immediate production of Google’s silent-attorney emails is a minimum relief that Google’s discovery process has been abused, “the memorandum said.

The DOJ provides a specific example of Google’s alleged practice:

“[O]n On July 16, 2019, a Google product manager updated two supervisors about negotiations with mobile-device maker LG for Google’s RSA. In the email, the product manager offered his recommendation and the supervisor in business negotiations with LG, seeking input from both non-attorneys. However, the product manager wrote before the email:Privileged and confidential . . . Kate – Please advise if necessary. “Kate Lee, In-House Counsel, was included in the” to “line (as taught by Google) but never responded. Google, however, basically blocked the entire email thread, including subsequent emails. The attorney was excluded from the discussion and only two non-attorneys were sent. “

The memorandum asks the judge to approve Google for this practice, a legal form of punishment:

“The use of Google’s attorneys to protect business communications extends to the entire company, including its leadership, and the company continues to operate after being notified by the judiciary and even after the lawsuit was filed. To prevent Google from abusing attorney-client privileges as a first step in healing and protecting relevant evidence in the future.

Sen. Mike Brown never has to talk again – Indy News

Sen. Mike Brown never has to talk again – Indy News

Indiana Greater Senator Mike Brown:

It has recently come to the notice of “Rob Kendall and the Show to Be Named Letter” that public speaking may not be your strength.

In case of point: On Tuesday morning, during Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearing and an interview on Rowe v. Wade’s court ruling, you said that the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 1967 that it was wrong to legalize interracial marriage in its Loving v. Virginia judgment. .

We believe that your intent was to argue in your answer that, according to the mathematical powers clause of the US Constitution, marriage is not within the purview of the federal government. We also believe that you intend to say that marriage is not within the jurisdiction of the state government.

Simply put: It is our sincere opinion that you are right in arguing that the government should not be involved in the issue of marriage; The person should be able to marry whomever he wants.

Sadly, you have failed to present your argument clearly and effectively, sir.

Instead, you rightly mentioned that Rowe vs. Wade It was a form of judicial activism, and the matter should have been left to the state You have applied the same argument when asked about Loving vs. VirginiaSpecifies:

“When it comes to problems, you can’t have it both ways. When you want to brighten up that diversity within our federal system, there will be rules and procedures, they will go out of sync with what other states will do. That’s the beauty of the system, and that’s where the differences between our 50 states’ perspectives should manifest themselves. “

When asked again if interracial marriage is an issue that should be left to individual states, you answered:

“I think it’s something that if you don’t want the Supreme Court to keep an eye on things like this, you won’t be able to eat your cake and you won’t be able to eat it either. I think it’s hypocrisy. “

Poorly pronounced? Definitely. Are you done? No sir!

Instead of clarifying the ownership of what you have said and what you really mean, you have issued a statement in response to public criticism that you “misunderstood a line of question that ended up about interracial marriage.”

You: “Let me be clear on that. There is no question of the Constitution prohibiting any form of racial discrimination, it is not something that is even for debate, and I condemn racism in any form, at any level, and by any state, organization or individual.” By. “

Definitely a good way to handle this, sir, and Rob Kendall is here to help. This special presentation of helpful advice is presented below for your convenience, Senator Brown. This service is free.

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The EU has approved the use of Rapid Response Military Force

The EU has approved the use of Rapid Response Military Force

The EU is now building an army of 5,000 people that will be deployed at the moment’s notice and tackle problems “in times of crisis”.

The Washington Examiner reports:

T.He said on Monday that the European Union’s foreign and defense ministers had reached an agreement on a security strategy that would allow up to 5,000 troops to be deployed quickly in times of crisis.

As part of the newly approved “Strategic Compass” strategy, rapid deployment forces will be able to conduct ground exercises as well as maritime and “increase military mobility”, according to an EU webpage.

The EU is building its own armies to prevent any challenge to desperation and the New World Order. The EU’s foreign policy chief says:

A quantum leap forward is needed in the current hostile environment. With the EU foreign and defense ministers, we have just approved the strategic compass.

The Compass gives us an ambitious plan for action for a strong EU security and defense for the next decade. https://t.co/UZcI9V5irg

– Joseph Borel Fontelles (Joseph Borelf) March 21, 2022

Tester adds:

“The EU must be able to protect its citizens and contribute to international peace and security,” the EU said in a statement. “This is especially true when the war in Europe returns after the unreasonable and unpleasant Russian aggression against Ukraine.”

The strategy aims to strengthen the EU’s security and defense policies by 2030, including the deployment of Common Defense and Security Policy Mission experts within 30 days, even in “complex environments”.

But they will not use these forces against their own people, will they?

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OK Grummer: Actor Oscar Isaacs calls Florida anti-grooming bill ‘ridiculous’

OK Grummer: Actor Oscar Isaacs calls Florida anti-grooming bill ‘ridiculous’

Either Oscar Isaac, the Hollywood star, doesn’t really get into politics, or he thinks kids under the age of nine should be indulged in inappropriate and complex sex talk in public school classrooms.

BoundingIntoComics.com reports that Oscar Isaacs, the star of the upcoming Disney / Marvel Superhero series, Moon Night Florida came out harshly in a recent promotional interview of her new show against the “Parental Right to Education” bill.

The “Parental Right to Education” bill, both passed by the Florida Legislature and to be signed by Governor Dissentis, blocks gender ideology and LGBTQ lessons in kindergarten through third-grade classrooms in state schools. The Left, however, has tried to twist a misleading narrative, claiming that the bill eliminates the existence of homosexuals in public school children.

Leftists have thus dubbed it the “Don’t Say Gay” Bill, because keeping innocent five-year-olds away from the idea that they can change their gender is tantamount to denying the reality of homosexuals in school.

Isaac apparently thinks the bill is as dumb as the left because the answer to a question about it was ignorant. Thinking he had a smart answer to the question of what he thought of the bill, he answered in a singing voice, “I guess gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay gay!

What peace. This is the political commentary for which people are leaning towards Hollywood – if they really want a good smile. Did Oscar Isaac just read Bill’s left headline and think it was a ban on gay words?

Although the actor has added an actual opinion to his off-the-mark-point. “Yes, it’s a ridiculous law,” he said. This is madness. This is madness. And I hope that as a company Disney will come out as strongly as possible against this idea. ”

So again, is it ridiculous that the youngest children in the public school system are not forced into sex education about homosexuality and transgenderism? And just wait a minute. Let’s not forget that most public schools do not offer regular sex education until secondary school. So what kind of madness is it to wait at least until then to teach trans identity?

“It simply came to our notice then [Don’t Say Gay Bill] It even exists in this country, “Isaac added. Well, it’s “amazing” that Isaac would speak out for such an irresponsible and crude curriculum. And if he doesn’t know what the law really means, he reads it well because he sounds like a fool, or worse, a babysitter.

Victims of St. Louis armed robbery wait three hours to reach 911

Victims of St. Louis armed robbery wait three hours to reach 911

The James Henry Provision Store is located in downtown St. Louis, near the Federal Reserve Bank, Missouri Athletic Club and Budget Motel.

On Tuesday, two men entered the store and started putting bottles of liquor in their pants. When the store staff asked people to return the bottles, one of the suspects pulled out a gun and told the clerks to open the locked door and let him out.

The robbers then waited three hours, until 1:30 a.m. to reach a sender.

St. Louis has been under Democrat control for decades.

Local St. Louis KSDK reports:

Victims snatched at gunpoint at a downtown convenience store waited about three hours to reach a 911 sender on Tuesday.

N. The robbery took place at 10:25 a.m. at the James Henry Provision Store in the 400 block of 4th Street, but police sources familiar with the investigation said it was not reported to police until about 1:30 p.m.

The victims told police they could not reach the 911 sender for three hours because all their calls went by voicemail, according to sources.

The victims informed the police that two persons entered the shop towards the liquor section. One of the victims saw a man with some liquor bottles in his pants, so he approached the man and asked him to return the bottles. The man then ran out of the shop.

The victim then locks the shop door, so the other man who is with the suspected thief cannot leave and takes a bottle from him. The man then pointed a gun at a convenience store employee and told him to open the door or he would shoot him, the victim told police.

The man then left with a bottle of Gatorade …

… Waiting for 911 callers in St. Louis is a chronic problem that has gotten worse in the last year.

Mayor Tishaura Jones said several efforts were being made to reduce waiting times by October, with plans to integrate the city’s three dispatch centers – police, fire and EMS – under one roof.

That deadline has come.

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