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Hablando Claro con Vilma Ibarra
5-7: Cuando se pierde el balance de poderes en la democracia.

Hablando Claro con Vilma Ibarra

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 53:27


En su día (2016-2020) Donald Trump se fijó una hoja de ruta que hoy muestra sus efectos en la democracia estadounidense. Alteró -con el apoyo decidido de su partido, por supuesto- la composición de la Suprema Corte nombrando jueces ultraconservadores. Eso es allá en la nación del norte y algunos pensarán que no tiene nada que ver con nuestros problemas. Pero el desbalance de poderes en las democracias siempre es un asunto sensible que debemos observar. No sea que un día, sin percatarnos, perdamos conquistas fundamentales sin siquiera darnos cuenta. En las últimas semanas, las decisiones de la Corte, desde la abolición de restricciones a la portación de armas en sitios públicos en Nueva York, hasta la supresión del derecho a decidir (aborto) como prerrogativa constitucional, el restablecimiento de normas para favorecer a los conservadores religiosos en Washington y hasta la supresión de potestades a la Agencia de Protección Ambiental para limitar la emisión de gases de efecto invernadero, todo eso ha alterado la convivencia en el país, tanto que algunos se atreven a asimilarlo con decisiones encadenadas tan destructivas como la guerra civil. El punto es ¿qué sucede cuando priva un poder por encima de los otros y se pierde el necesario y delicado balance que armoniza la vida en común en el estado de derecho? El activismo de los jueces como decisores políticos siempre es un tema polémico. ¿Cuánto peso le corresponde al Legislativo, cuánto al Ejecutivo y cuánto al Judicial? ¿Cómo se preserva al poder Electoral? En fin, ¿cómo se garantiza la independencia de cada uno y el contrapeso para tomar las mejores decisiones en aras del bienestar colectivo, entendiendo las complejidades de respetar la diversidad como eje central de la civilización humana? Conversamos sobre balance de poderes y activismo judicial con Marco Feoli y Mario Matarrita, profesores de la maestría de Justicia Constitucional de la Universidad de Costa Rica.

Unlearning Ignorance
Should Roe v. Wade Have Been Overturned?

Unlearning Ignorance

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 66:18


Welcome to Unlearning Ignorance: the show where society's most divisive topics are placed head-to-head in amicable and friendly debate. Each month, the hosts will select a topic, study it extensively, and come ready to argue from multiple sides on the issue. July 2022's topic is: should Roe v. Wade be overturned? (Note: The conversation was recorded prior to the official Supreme Court decision.) Keep the conversation going by emailing UnlearningIgnorance@gmail.com or by joining the Unlearning Ignorance Facebook group. By lending your voice to the conversation, you can help this podcast represent the Vox Populi -- the voice of the people.

Libertarian Radio - The Bob Zadek Show
Judicial Round-Up with Clark Neily

Libertarian Radio - The Bob Zadek Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 52:29


I originally invited Clark Neily to join me to discuss his essay on what libertarians should think about the overturning of Roe v. Wade. Of course, it's nearly impossible to make everyone happy with a discussion of such a controversial issue. And yet Clark and his co-essayist Jay Schweikert do an excellent job threading the needle on what they call “the hard problem of abortion.” They write:Libertarianism tolerates a wide range of views on the policy question of abortion accessBut the policy question is only the beginning. The Constitutional question is what was taken up recently by the Supreme Court, and while the outcome may be disappointing to those who support abortion as a policy matter, Clark and Schweikert note that “there are still many valid grounds to criticize how the Court has constitutionalized abortion rights in particular.”What makes abortion different from other “unenumerated rights” discovered by the court in the modern era, like contraception, parental rights over their child's education, or the right to privacy in the bedroom? The *Dobbs* decision reconsiders *Roes* classification of abortion among these rights, and holds that question of individual liberty is not so straightforward where unborn life is concerned.To be sure, we got to these delicate questions, but we also talked about an area where the Court has refused to reconsider a prior decision that appears to be in error.The doctrine of qualified immunity, which the Cato Institute characterizes as an “Unlawful Shield,” protects prosecutors, police officers and other government officials from civil liability.While pundits endlessly argue about the legal reasoning *Roe*, Clark and I will be talking about the 1982 case of *Harlow v. Fitzgerald*, in which the Supreme Court made it harder to prosecute violations of individual rights perpetrated by members of the protected class known as government employees.Although I covered the topic in 2020, and Clark has been continuing the fight to “#AbolishQI,” it still doesn't get nearly enough attention.

Politics Done Right
Andy Schmookler on confronting good and evil. Witnessing a Judicial Coup is in process.

Politics Done Right

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 60:21


Andy Schmookler on A Secular Understanding of ‘The Battle Between Good and Evil.': Andy Schmookler said one of his biggest thoughts has been on A Secular Understanding of ‘The Battle Between Good and Evil.' A broken America by choice. Liz Cheney slams MAGA. It was a coup d'é·tat, not a rally: LIVE on KPFT 90.1 FM: Debilyn Molineaux describes a broken America reconstructed. Andy Schmookler on confronting good and evil. A historian says it was a coup d'é·tat. Naomi Klein: The Supreme Court's Shock-and-Awe Judicial Coup: The rolling judicial coup coming from this court is by no means over. THIS IS IT. The moment for President Joe Biden and Congress to challenge the underlying legitimacy of the U.S. Supreme Court and advance an aggressive climate action agenda. There will be no better moment to take this stand for a transformed court, nor a more fateful one. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is right: “We need to reform or do away with the whole thing, for the sake of the planet.” Ocasio-Cortez Says US ‘Witnessing a Judicial Coup in Process': “It is our duty to check the Court's gross overreach of power in violating people's inalienable rights and seizing for itself the powers of Congress and the president.” Progressive powerhouse Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez warned Thursday that the United States is “witnessing a judicial coup in progress,” a reaction by the Democratic congresswoman to a raft of highly consequential Supreme Court rulings and the justices' scheduled hearing of a critical voting rights case. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/politicsdoneright/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/politicsdoneright/support

Taula d'anàlisi
El futur judicial de la presidenta Borr

Taula d'anàlisi

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 83:01


Política
El futur judicial de la presidenta Borr

Política

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 83:01


I Hate Politics Podcast
The Case for Ending Judicial Review

I Hate Politics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 58:13


As the country deals with the upending of the landmark abortion rights case, Roe v Wade, Sunil Dasgupta talks with Julie Statland of Riveting Women about the importance of having more women in local and state political positions and to Maryland Delegate Vaughn Stewart and UMBC History Professor Andrew Nolan about a moment in time when protections against the tyranny of the majority, including the venerated judicial review, look like anti-democratic measures that need to be jettisoned if the American experiment is to survive. Music by Rockville-based rock and roll band, The Treading Lemmings.

REELTalk with Audrey Russo
REELTalk: Comedian-Comedy Writer Mike Fine, Columnist and FoxNews Contributor Deroy Murdock and Recording Artist Steve Camp

REELTalk with Audrey Russo

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 123:02


Joining Audrey for this week's REELTalk - It appears, as the fog of the scamdemic clears, that sanity is returning to none other than the Supreme Court. Their rulings this past week has restored the people's confidence in the Judicial branch! We'll hit this and more with Columnist and FoxNews Contributor DEROY MURDOCK! PLUS, there's a righteous tsunami taking place in the judicial branch…and they're using the US Constitution to make rulings. Sanity returns! We'll discuss this and more with Comedian/Comedy Writer MIKE FINE! PLUS, The unconstitutional ruling that was responsible for the death of almost 70 million Americans has been overturned. Is the fight for life over or has it moved closer to home? We'll hit this and more with Dove Award-nominated Recording Artists STEVE CAMP! In the words of Benjamin Franklin, "If we do not hang together, we shall surely hang separately." Come hang with us...

En Perspectiva
Entrevista Christina Ewig - En EE.UU. decisión judicial echó por tierra la legalización del aborto

En Perspectiva

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 36:16


El viernes pasado, a poco de que cumpliera 50 años, la Suprema Corte de Justicia de Estados Unidos echó por tierra la sentencia que legalizaba el aborto en todo el país. La potestad de prohibirlo o no pasó entonces a los estados, y automáticamente ya se lo prohibió en diez de ellos. Pero son 26 -es decir, más de la mitad del total- los que ya han adelantado que irán en esa dirección. Conocida como Roe vs. Wade, la sentencia judicial en cuestión, datada de 1973, era una de las más polémicas de la historia de EEUU, defendida y criticada por movimientos sociales. Según ella, el aborto era un derecho garantizado por la Constitución, no en forma explícita sino a partir del derecho a la privacidad. La nueva integración de la Corte que se dio en el gobierno de Donald Trump, quien colocó a tres jueces conservadores durante su período, es lo que permite el cambio en la postura. La noticia causó conmoción, con protestas callejeras que se extendieron todo el fin de semana y que replicaron incluso en otros países. Así reaccionó el presidente Joe Biden, en un discurso en la Casa Blanca: “Hoy la Suprema Corte expresamente le quitó un derecho constitucional a la gente. No lo limitaron, simplemente lo quitaron. Eso nunca había sucedido con un derecho tan importante”. Biden agregó una advertencia: «Esta decisión pone en riesgo el derecho a la privacidad para todos. Eso es porque Roe reconocía el derecho fundamental a la privacidad que ha servido de base para tantos otros derechos que damos por sentados y que están arraigados en el tejido de este país: el derecho a tomar las mejores decisiones para tu salud, el derecho a los anticonceptivos, el derecho a casarte con la persona que amás». Esa advertencia se basa en las declaraciones de uno de los integrantes conservadores de la Suprema Corte, quien sugirió que se deberían reconsiderar las sentencias que permiten el acceso a anticonceptivos, a las relaciones sexuales entre personas del mismo sexo, y al matrimonio gay. Profundizamos en la noticia con Christina Ewig, doctora en Ciencias Políticas, directora del Centro de la Mujer, Género y Políticas Públicas de la Universidad de Minnesota.

Critical Thinking with Andrew Coppens
Judicial Supremacy, Good or Bad? | 06/30/22

Critical Thinking with Andrew Coppens

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 56:38


In the wake of the Dobbs decision that struck down abortion as the law of the land, Andrew and Pat take a look at the concept of judicial supremacy, a charge the left is now leveling against the "right" justices of the Supreme Court. Is Judicial Supremacy a good or bad thing or is it something in between? Also, why are you giving a toss about the Jan. 6 committee and its soap opera of a hearing? Why?

The Stephen Mansfield Podcast
Some Judicial Restraint

The Stephen Mansfield Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 21:26


Regular listeners of the podcast know that Stephen has called Roe v. Wade “bad law” for years. Even liberal justices such as Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg have been critical of the precedents used in the Roe v. Wade ruling. The landmark 1973 case, of course, has just been overturned, and legislative powers regarding abortion have [read more]

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Matters of Policy & Politics: A Conservative Judicial Renaissance? (#335)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022


The Supreme Court offers landmark decisions concerning abortion, Second Amendment rights, and public prayer at school activities. John Yoo, a Hoover Institution visiting fellow and UC-Berkeley law professor, discusses whether this year's caseload marks the beginning of a historic conservative run on the high court, plus the internal dynamics of six right-leaning justices who sometimes […]

Area 45
A Conservative Judicial Renaissance?

Area 45

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 60:29


The Supreme Court offers landmark decisions concerning abortion, Second Amendment rights, and public prayer at school activities. John Yoo, a Hoover Institution visiting fellow and UC-Berkeley law professor, discusses whether this year's caseload marks the beginning of a historic conservative run on the high court, plus the internal dynamics of six right-leaning justices who sometimes differ on contentious jurisprudence.

Temprano en la Tarde... EL PODCAST
Freestyling sobre la decisión judicial contra el aborto y el machista juego electoral

Temprano en la Tarde... EL PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 59:08


AAA ANUNCIA TRABAJOS DE MANTENIMIENTO EN LA REPRESA LAS MARÍAS DE OROCOVIS (sábado, 25 de junio de 2022 | Coamo, P.R.) – La Autoridad de Acueductos y Alcantarillados (AAA), realizará trabajos de mantenimiento en la represa Las Marías en el municipio de Orocovis el próximo martes, 28 de junio, los trabajos consisten en el dragado y limpieza de la represa Las Marías que suple aguas crudas a la planta de filtros Orocovis. Mientras se realizan los trabajos, las siguientes comunidades experimentarán desde bajas presiones hasta interrupción del servicio de agua potable. Bo. Sabana, Sabana Interior, Botijas 2, Palo Hincado y Bermejales en el Municipio de Orocovis. De la misma manera que abonados del: Bo. Pedro Garcia, Farallón, Hayales, Quebrada Grande, Bo. Coamo Arriba, Sector Progreso, Hoya Fría, Bo. Pulguillas y sector La Vega en el Municipio de Coamo. Las labores se llevarán a cabo el próximo martes, 28 de junio de 6:00 de la mañana a 6:00 de la tarde. De no surgir inconvenientes, el servicio de agua potable se restablecerá paulatinamente a las comunidades en horas de la noche del mismo martes y la madrugada del miércoles, 29 de junio. La AAA recomienda que, una vez restablecido el servicio, se hierva el agua por 3 minutos antes de su consumo Los Young Lords y las Panteras Negras: Divergencias en la lucha por la liberación: Dr. Francisco J. Concepción Márquez • Doctorado en Teología Pastoral en la Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico • Doctorado en Historia de Puerto Rico y el Caribe del Centro de Estudios Avazandos. • Estudió Derecho en la Universidad de Puerto • Maestría en Estudios Legales Internacionales del Washington College of Law en Washington D.C. • Profesor de Justicia Criminal del recinto de Barranquitas de la Universidad Interamericana y dicta un curso en Derecho Internacional en el Centro de Estudios Avanzados. • Abogado de inmigración desde el 2002. Sus intereses académicos rondan los temas de la religión, teología, derecho internacional, inmigración y teoría decolonial. Los Young Lords, al ser un movimiento de la diáspora puertorriqueña, no pueden reducirse a una mera copia del proyecto de las Panteras Negras. Esto, porque ambas organizaciones tuvieron objetivos distintos, a pesar de sus obvias coincidencias. Nuestra hipótesis es que el Partido de los Young Lords elaboró una versión radical del nacionalismo negro a través de una interpretación diaspórica, latinoamericanista y tercermundista del conflicto racial en los Estados Unidos. Este análisis implica la confluencia de perspectivas fundamentadas en las teorías de la liberación latinoamericana y la radicalización de la herencia de Malcolm X, gracias a la influencia del nacionalismo puertorriqueño heredado de Pedro Albizu Campos. Desde nuestra perspectiva, los Young Lords se definen como parte de un proyecto internacional de liberación que heredó, interpretó y reconstruyó el nacionalismo negro de Malcolm X para, así, brindar respuestas efectivas a los problemas de una diáspora que no es parte de, pero que pertenece al país donde vive. De este modo, el Partido de los Young Lords se presenta como un proyecto decolonial de liberación. “Excelente trabajo que documenta la visión heredada de Malcom, tanto de las Panteras como de los Lords, de organizar los procesos de cambios desde el llamado lumpen, es decir los excluidos, desclasados o sub-proletarios, que subsisten desde la precariedad y la dependencia. Estrategia política que pudiera ser muy necesaria en el Puerto Rico del siglo XXI” Gary Gutiérrez Biden pide al Congreso de Estados Unidos recuperar el derecho al aborto como ley federal La sentencia ahonda la fuerte división entre demócratas y republicanos https://elpais.com/sociedad/2022-06-24/biden-pide-al-congreso-de-estados-unidos-recuperar-el-derecho-al-aborto-como-ley-federal.html?outputType=amp Lisie Burgos retira medida que proponía tipificar el aborto con pena de 99 años de cárcel https://www.elvocero.com/gobierno/legislatura/lisie-burgos-retira-medida-que-propon-a-tipificar-el-aborto-con-pena-de-99-a/article_7ee60a42-f556-11ec-b488-af81e7cf41da.amp.html Cesar Vázquez asegura que Proyecto Dignidad no busca criminalizar a las mujeres que se practican un aborto https://www.elvocero.com/gobierno/legislatura/cesar-v-zquez-asegura-que-proyecto-dignidad-no-busca-criminalizar-a-las-mujeres-que-se/article_364692be-f616-11ec-a145-57b327be25d7.html Pierluisi dejará el tema del aborto en manos de la Legislatura. El Supremo determinó que los estados ahora tendrían que legislar si deciden mantener o no el derecho al aborto. https://www.noticel.com/ahora/top-stories/20220624/pierluisi-dejara-el-tema-del-aborto-en-manos-de-la-legislatura/

Ganbara
Mario Díez: "La sentencia es la última puñalada judicial del procedimiento, un completo despropósito"

Ganbara

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 4:07


El abogado defensor de 14 de las 17 chicas denunciantes de Kote Cabezudo, Mario Díez, ha mostrado su indignación por la sentencia. Considera que el Tribunal ha hecho una valoración parcial de las pruebas....

The Steve Gruber Show
Steve Gruber, In the end the terrible decision of Roe V Wade was sent to the garbage pail of history where it belongs and not because it was about abortion

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 11:00


Live from the No Panic Zone—I'm Steve Gruber—I am America's Voice—God Bless America—God Bless You and let's do this! This is the Steve Gruber show— And I'm here to flush out the lying politicians—the tech giants—and the babbling herd of sheep—   Here are three big things you need to know right now—   ONE— President Biden is at the G-7 summit and once again he has America's checkbook open and ready to send your tax dollars—to God only knows where—   TWO— Who was the Supreme Court leaker? Is it possible it was a conservative—who was trying to take out some of the anger early—so the decision was already known weeks in advance? Some are wondering- like me.   THREE— In the end the terrible decision of Roe V Wade was sent to the garbage pail of history where it belongs—and not because it was about abortion—or that it allowed—in fact legalized abortion across the country—BUT simply because it was a wretched decision—not based on the Constitution—or precedent or common law or much of anything—BUT rather a decision conjured up out of thin air by activist liberal justices in the glow of the late 60's and early 70's… that Judicial misdeed has been corrected—and despite all the anger—and the outrage from some—abortion is still not illegal in America—   But now it is a decision the states will make—and not something that will be dictated by the federal government—   We of course knew this was the pending decision because of the leaked draft opinion—written by Samuel Alito—and the final opinion is nearly identical—   Alito made some very important points—that were in line with comments from Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 2013—   For example—Abortion was illegal in all 50 states—and more so the farther a pregnancy proceeded—   When the 14th Amendment was ratified three quarters of the states had already made it a crime— and Alito made clear why the Court had long avoided recognizing rights that were not expressly outlined in the Constitution—   He made several important clarifications—for example; Alito made clear that this decision only applies to abortion and should not be seen as a pathway to overturning any other decisions—   The theme was clear—the judicial activism of 1973—is not consistent with American jurisprudence or its history and it is not for the court to decide it's own theory on life ever—and by doing so—took the power away from the people and their elected officials—and those are clearly things the Constitution places in the hands of the people—therefore the states—   Alito concluded this way: ‘Abortion presents a profound moral question. The Constitution does not prohibit the citizens of each state from regulating or prohibiting abortion. Roe and Casey arrogated that authority. We now overrule those decisions and return that authority to the people and their elected representatives.'   The problem is—instead of accepting the decision of the nation's high court—the Democrats, unable to lose gracefully and regroup—to proceed with new plans to persuade voters and lawmakers—they instead threatened violence in some cases—BUT just as concerning—elected officials—in high office say they will not enforce anti-abortion laws—at all—ever—  

SPEAK YO MIND
Interview W/Cook County Democratic Candidates for the Judicial Primary Elections.

SPEAK YO MIND

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 28:13


Democratic Candidate Bernadette Barrett for Circuit Court Judge, 15 th Sub-Circuit & Candidate Yumeka Brown for commissioner, Metropolitan Water Reclamation District… discuss the impact of the people's voice to vote and stay informed about topics like civil rights, human rights and women's rights! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mzhiphop/message

RESET
What to know about Cook County judicial primaries

RESET

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 14:49


If you're prosecuted for a crime, file for divorce, or contest a traffic ticket, you'll come face-to-face with a judge. Voters sometimes underestimate the importance of judge races, so Injustice Watch put together a guide to judicial elections in next week's Illinois primary. Reset gets the low-down on how to vote for judges from a Chicago reporter. Host: Mary Dixon Producers: Sarah Stark Guest: Maya Dukmasova

All Things Judicial
NC Magistrates – Public's First Contact with Judicial Review

All Things Judicial

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 28:40


This episode of the All Things Judicial focuses on North Carolina's magistrates with guests Magistrate Christopher Bazzle (Mecklenburg), Magistrate Jacqueline Foster (Guilford), and Magistrate Katrina Watson (Mecklenburg). They discuss the role of magistrates in the Judicial Branch and highlight the specific duties magistrates perform in their counties. "I believe that the magistrate's role is vital to people's access to justice," said Bazzle on the podcast. "The ability to see and hear everyone in our community for the individuals that they are and give them their chance to be heard, both in criminal and civil court without the necessity of hiring an attorney, gives them a way to resolve issues in a more peaceful manner and that is very important in maintaining a just and balanced society for everybody."Magistrates are judicial officers, recognized by the North Carolina constitution to perform numerous duties in both civil and criminal proceedings. They are often a person's first contact with the Judicial Branch and make decisions in criminal proceedings that include conducting initial appearances, setting conditions of release, and issuing warrants. Magistrates' civil proceedings include hearing small claims cases, entering orders for summary ejectment (evictions), and determining involuntary commitments. Magistrates are the only civil officials in the state who can perform marriages. To learn more about North Carolina magistrates, please visit the Court Officials page on NCcourts.gov.

Hechos Ecuador
Fiscalización investiga posible intromisión del Consejo de la Judicatura en decisiones de jueces

Hechos Ecuador

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 2:27


La Comisión de Fiscalización y Control Político recibió a Fausto Murillo, Maribel Barreno y Juan José Morillo, presidente y vocales del Consejo de la Judicatura (CJ), con el propósito de analizar las implicaciones del audio en el cual, supuestamente, intervienen dos de los miembros de la referida entidad, con el propósito de obtener una respuesta favorable a la expresidenta de la Asamblea, Guadalupe Llori, en una acción de protección para recuperar su cargo. El titular del CJ, Fausto Murillo, subrayó que este órgano de gobierno de la Función Judicial de ninguna manera incide o pretende incidir en las decisiones en materia jurisdiccional. “Somos respetuosos de la independencia de la justicia y ejercemos las funciones de administración y control disciplinario”, enfatizó. De su lado, Maribel Barreno dijo que acudió a la reunión agendada con anterioridad para atender requerimientos de carácter administrativo, como la celebración del bicentenario de la Función Judicial, pues jamás se ha interferido en la acción de los jueces. Fue una sesión de trabajo y nadie de los presentes consintió en la grabación de esa reunión, agregó. Mientras, el vocal José Morillo restó validez jurídica y probatoria a la grabación que habría sido obtenida de manera inconstitucional, ilegal e ilegítima. Se trataría, además, de un audio fragmentado y decontextualizado. “Siempre he defendido la independencia interna y externa de la justicia, como manda el Código Orgánico de la Función Judicial”. Los comparecientes indicaron que, al momento, se lleva a cabo la investigación de este tema por parte de la Fiscalía General del Estado, que deberá determinar la autenticidad, originalidad, integralidad y legalidad del audio en referencia. Varios asambleístas miembros del organismo y otros que pidieron participar de esta sesión coincidieron en que el contenido del audio filtrado por un medio de comunicación no evidencia que se hable de temas eminentemente administrativos de la Función Judicial, ya que se alude específicamente a hechos relacionados con decisiones adoptadas por la Asamblea Nacional, en el marco de sus competencias, hecho que constituiría un claro afán de intromisión. Cumplidas las intervenciones de los comparecientes y las preguntas de los miembros de la comisión, el organismo suspendió la sesión y quedó abierta la posibilidad de solicitar nuevos testimonios dentro de este proceso de control político. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hechosecuador/message

BlockDrops com Maurício Magaldi
E-Stablecoin, MakerDAO restringe Aave, Notificação Judicial via Airdrop, e muito mais

BlockDrops com Maurício Magaldi

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 17:59


Drop 1: Electric Coin https://cointelegraph.com/news/scientists-claim-to-have-designed-a-fully-decentralized-stablecoin-pegged-to-electricity Drop 2: MakerDAO restricts Aave https://thedefiant.io/makerdao-vote-on-aave/ Drop 3: Airdrop de uma notificação judicial https://twitter.com/JerryGianakis/status/1536423045140725760 .. Mastercard NFT direct purchase https://cointelegraph.com/news/mastercard-to-allow-2-9b-cardholders-to-make-direct-nft-purchases FloorNFTs commit 1M fund for community builders https://twitter.com/floornfts/status/1536783383769935872?t=VtpMpXPREJ3DKbnLHmtiyQ&s=19 Ex presidente da NYSE, Stacey Cunning, joins Uniswap as advisor https://twitter.com/Uniswap/status/1537081901839695872?t=8RVQsu_-Sk8yTe_BeW9tJw&s=19 Circle anuncia stablecoin de Euro https://www.circle.com/en/euro-coin Mostre os seus ricos JPEGs no relógio Tag Heuer https://www.voguebusiness.com/technology/tag-heuer-watches-to-display-nfts-the-ultimate-status-symbol Colômbia prepara normas para cripto https://news.bitcoin.com/colombian-financial-superintendence-prepares-norms-for-crypto-transactions/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blockdropspodcast/message

The Times of Israel Daily Briefing
Breaking up a gov't is hard to do; looming judicial 'reforms'

The Times of Israel Daily Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 21:02


Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Editor David Horovitz and diplomatic correspondent Lazar Berman join host Amanda Borschel-Dan. Horovitz updates on the rumors circling about the upcoming week's developments in the teetering coalition. Berman addresses dire headlines specific threats on Israelis who are currently in Turkey. Why would Iran target Israelis in Turkey of all places? Russia is putting together a proposal for a UN Security Council resolution condemning Israel over last week's air strikes in Syria. Is this significant? The world is waking up to the need for energy security in light of the ongoing Ukraine war. What is the trend here? Horovitz gives highlights of in-depth op-ed he wrote about the potentially imminent threat on Israel's judicial system. And as a fun way to start the week, Horovitz shares a little anecdote about the new octogenarian, Sir Paul McCartney. Discussed articles include: Gantz vows retaliation to any Iranian attack in Turkey; one said foiled in past day Lapid thanks Turkish FM for help thwarting Iranian attacks on Israelis Russia said preparing UN resolution condemning Israel for Damascus airport attack Blasting Russian ‘blackmail,' EU chief calls for more energy cooperation with Israel The imminent bid to quash the independence of Israel's Supreme Court Paul McCartney marks 80th birthday with Springsteen, 60,000 pals Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett leads a cabinet meeting at the Prime Minister's Office in Jerusalem on June 19, 2022. (Alex Kolomoisky/POOL) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives
Democracy Forum 6/17/22: The Supreme Court and Democracy

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 58:24


Host: Ann Luther, League of Women Voters of Maine Democracy Forum: Participatory Democracy, encouraging citizens to take an active role in government and politics Issue: Participatory Democracy, encouraging citizens to take an active role in government and politics Key Discussion Points: The courts as protectors of democracy Judicial philosophy and constitutional interpretation The authority and power of the court The peril of the court being political or even perceived as such Guests: Richard H. Pildes, Sudler Family Professor of Constitutional Law, New York University School of Law Maron Sorenson, Assistant Professor of Government, Dept. Government and Legal Studies, Bowdoin College To learn more about this topic: Decade-long study shows Supreme Court is now further to the ideological right than most Americans | Ash Center, June, 2022 The Supreme Court Is on the Verge of Expanding Second Amendment Gun Rights | Brennan Center for Justice May, 2022 5 justices, all confirmed by senators representing a minority of voters, appear willing to overturn Roe v. Wade | The Conversation, May 2022 The Court and Its Procedures – Supreme Court of the United States The Supreme Court (2020) : Throughline : NPR, September, 2021 The Authority of the Court and the Peril of Politics, Stephen Breyer, 2021 Nine Reasons that “Originalism” Isn't Really a Thing for Supreme Court Justices, October, 2020 The Law of Democracy: Legal Structure of the Political Process. Samuel Issacharoff, Pamela S. Karlan, Richard H. Pildes, Nathaniel Persily. ” 5th Edition, 2016. Is the Supreme Court a ‘Majoritarian’ Institution?, Richard Pildes, December, 2010 The mostly volunteer team at the League of Women Voters – Downeast who plan and coordinate this series includes: Martha Dickinson, Laurie Fogleman, Starr Gilmartin, Maggie Harling, Ann Luther, Judith Lyles, Wendilee O'Brien, Maryann Ogonowski, Pam Person, Lane Sturtevant, Leah Taylor, Linda Washburn About the host: Ann currently serves as Treasurer of the League of Women Voters of Maine and leads the LWVME Advocacy Team. She served as President of LWVME from 2003 to 2007 and as co-president from 2007-2009. In her work for the League, Ann has worked for greater public understanding of public policy issues and for the League's priority issues in Clean Elections & Campaign Finance Reform, Voting Rights, Ethics in Government, Ranked Choice Voting, and Repeal of Term Limits. Representing LWVME at Maine Citizens for Clean Elections, she served that coalition as co-president from 2006 to 2011. She remains on the board of MCCE and serves as Treasurer. She is active in the LWV-Downeast and hosts their monthly radio show, The Democracy Forum, on WERU FM Community Radio -which started out in 2004 as an recurring special, and became a regular monthly program in 2012. She was the 2013 recipient of the Baldwin Award from the ACLU of Maine for her work on voting rights and elections. She joined the League in 1998 when she retired as Senior Vice President at SEI Investments. Ann was a founder of the MDI Restorative Justice Program, 1999 – 2000, and served on its Executive Board. The post Democracy Forum 6/17/22: The Supreme Court and Democracy first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.

Appointed: A Canadian Senator Bringing Margins to the Centre
A Conservation with Dr. Elizabeth Sheehy: Bill C-5, Judicial Discretion, and Mandatory Minimum Penalties

Appointed: A Canadian Senator Bringing Margins to the Centre

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 32:55


Click here to access to Bill C-5.Click here to read more on Bill C-22Click here to check out Dr. Sheehy's book Defending Battered Women on Trial.Click here to read Justice Arbour's Inquiry into certain events at the Prison for Women in Kingston also known as the Arbour ReportClick here to read R v LuxtonClick here to read more about R v NaslundClick here to access the Injustices and Miscarriages of Justice Experienced by 12 Indigenous Women reportClick here to read more about the inquest in Renfrew CountyClick here to access more information on the Portapique Inquiry Click here to read Bonnie Moonie's story 

Hechos Ecuador
Asamblea exhorta a la Función Judicial revise las detenciones arbitrarias en la protesta social

Hechos Ecuador

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 2:32


La Asamblea Nacional, con 95 votos afirmativos, exhortó a la Función Judicial a que esté vigilante de las actuaciones de detención arbitraria de personas y en los casos que se determine que existen violaciones a los derechos y principios determinados en la Constitución y la ley proceda de acuerdo con la normativa vigente, considerando que el derecho a la resistencia está garantizado en el artículo 98 de la Constitución de la República. Así mismo, exhortó a los miembros de la Función Judicial a que cuando se determinen violaciones de derechos en la protesta pacifica, mediante sus decisiones, dejen constancia de que ha existido ilegalidad y arbitrariedad en las detenciones de manifestantes y dirigentes, con la finalidad de que puedan hacer prevalecer sus derechos, de acuerdo con estándares internacionales. La resolución exhorta a las personas que ejerzan su derecho a la protesta dentro de los limites establecidos en la Constitución y la ley, sin menoscabar otros derechos consagrados en la norma suprema. Igualmente, rechaza la violencia y represión por parte de la Policía Nacional y las Fuerzas Armadas en el contexto de la protesta social pacífica. Finalmente, exhortó al Gobierno Central a que viabilice, de forma urgente, las propuestas de la Confederación de Nacionalidades Indígenas del Ecuador (Conaie) y de otros sectores sociales y productivos, con la finalidad de encontrar de forma oportuna la paz y la armonía social, con justicia para todos los ecuatorianos. El proponente de la resolución, Salvador Quishpe, recordó que la Constitución reconoce y garantiza el derecho a la resistencia de los pueblos del Ecuador, porque la protesta es la única manera de hacer escuchar su voz, habida cuenta que el pueblo ya ha esperado un año y no ha tenido respuesta del Gobierno. La propuesta de resolución generó la participación de 17 asambleístas de distintas bancadas, quienes se mostraron partidarios de profundizar el diálogo para buscar las mejores soluciones a las demandas de las organizaciones sociales; que se inyecten recursos en la economía, porque la inversión pública es el motor del desarrollo; que se liberen a los detenidos injustamente, y que cese la persecución así como la represión a los líderes sociales. Igualmente, hubo voces orientadas a solicitar que la gente vuelva al trabajo y no se paralicen las actividades, cuando el país recién empieza la reactivación económica, tras la pandemia por Covid 19. Es hora de mantener la unidad para defender los derechos del pueblo ecuatoriano, dijeron. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hechosecuador/message

Rewind: Your Week in Review
Rewind: Your Week in Review for June 11 – 17

Rewind: Your Week in Review

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022


On June 17, 2022, Rewind Host and CBS 58 Capitol Reporter Emilee Fannon and WisPolitics.com Editor JR Ross reviewed this week in state politics. (Brought to you by the Wisconsin Realtors Association).On this week's episode:Gableman Faces Sanctions After Tense Court Appearance Poll Training Events Hosted by RepublicansPFASSchool Safety, Gun Control Debate

La Luciérnaga
El frustrado debate por orden judicial: Show y circo, nada de ideas ni propuestas

La Luciérnaga

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 7:56


La Luciérnaga
El frustrado debate por orden judicial: Show y circo, nada de ideas ni propuestas

La Luciérnaga

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 7:55


Analizan Melquisedec Torres y Orlando Villar

FedSoc Events
Chevron and the States: A Conversation with Governors' General Counsel about Judicial Deference to State Administrative Agency Interpretatio

FedSoc Events

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 60:30


Deference doctrines utilized by the federal Judiciary when federal agencies act is the subject of substantial debate and attention. Chevron deference, Skidmore deference, and Kisor/Auer deference are recognizable to many. But less attention is paid to how state legislatures and judiciaries calibrate the balance of separated powers on the same score.In this webinar, Professor Aram Gavoor will lead a balanced discussion and press the governors' General Counsel or Chief Legal Counsel from Florida, Tennessee, and Texas. The program will explore the similarities, differences, and unique features of state judicial deference to administrative agency interpretations of law.Featuring:Ryan D. Newman, General Counsel, Governor of Florida Ron DeSantisJonathan T. Skrmetti, Chief Legal Counsel , Office of Tennessee Governor Bill LeeJames P. Sullivan, General Counsel , Office of Texas Governor Greg AbbottModerator: Aram A. Gavoor, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professorial Lecturer in Law, The George Washington University Law School---To register, click the link above

Lex Rex Institute Podcast
Episode 7 - Bumblebees Are Fish

Lex Rex Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 85:28


In this episode, we explain why (under one California law, at least) bumblebees are fish and why you shouldn't laugh at the court for saying so, report on the abortive attempt on the life of Justice Brett Kavanaugh, and consider the main alternatives to originalism as a judicial philosophy. We'll also reminisce about Attack of the Clones, brush up on our Kantian philosophy, and recount the linguistic theory behind Orwell's 1984.0:01:13 – Bumblebees are fish0:07:40 – Gunman apprehended outside home of Justice Brett Kavanaugh0:19:10 – Judicial philosophy and judicial methodology0:22:50 – Textualism… and all the rest0:30:30 – Consequentialism0:34:20 – Legal realism0:41:17 – Purposivism0:56:35 – Cooperative partnership theory1:00:20 – Intentionalism1:09:20 – The “Kantian judiciary” (Alexander's name for it) or “moralism” (David's)1:15:08 – Hot Takes

Newsmakers
Newsmakers: Roe v. Wade in Wisconsin – A Discussion with Pro-Choice Advocates

Newsmakers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022


On June 13, 2022, Newsmakers Host Lisa Pugh sat down with Representative Lisa Subeck, a Democrat from Madison, and Nicole Safar, Lawyer and Reproductive Freedom Advocate, to discuss abortion in Wisconsin. This is week two in a two-part Newsmakers series discussing abortion issues in Wisconsin in light of the U.S. Supreme Court decision expected this month that may overturn Roe v. Wade. In this episode, we talk with pro-choice advocates who share their concerns about what happens next in Wisconsin if the federal protection for a woman's right to an abortion is removed.

Legal Angle with Emmanuel Olawale
From Jail Inmate to Defense Counsel & Judicial Candidate

Legal Angle with Emmanuel Olawale

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 55:20


Kaysia Earley is not just a regular criminal defense lawyer; she is a lawyer that had been an inmate before becoming a lawyer. She shares the amazing story of her journey from jail jumpsuits to lawyer's suits and a possible judicial robe.

The Law School Toolbox Podcast: Tools for Law Students from 1L to the Bar Exam, and Beyond
346: Judicial Accountability in the Workplace (w/Aliza Shatzman)

The Law School Toolbox Podcast: Tools for Law Students from 1L to the Bar Exam, and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 35:25


Welcome back to the Law School Toolbox podcast! Today, we're talking with guest Aliza Shatzman from The Legal Accountability Project about some of the things that can go wrong with judicial clerkships, and what clerks can do to protect themselves when that happens. In this episode we discuss: Aliza's story that led to The Legal Accountability Project The power disparity between judges and law clerks: Are judges really untouchable? The current status of the Judiciary Accountability Act What needs to happen to make a difference for judicial employees facing harassment or discrimination? The role law schools play in protecting their students and alumni Where to look for information on individual judges, and how to share your experience so other people know what they're signing up for Resources: The Legal Accountability Project (https://www.legalaccountabilityproject.org/) Statement for the Record of Aliza Shatzman, Former DC Superior Court Law Clerk (https://docs.house.gov/meetings/JU/JU03/20220317/114503/HHRG-117-JU03-20220317-SD005.pdf) LinkedIn – Aliza Shatzman (https://www.linkedin.com/in/aliza-shatzman-58b55223/) Twitter – Aliza Shatzman (https://twitter.com/AlizaShatzman) Untouchable Judges? What I've Learned about Harassment in the Judiciary, and What We Can Do to Stop It – article by Aliza Shatzman (https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=4096245) Model Employment Dispute Resolution Plan (https://www.uscourts.gov/sites/default/files/guide-vol12-ch02-appx2a_oji-2019-09-17-post-model-edr-plan.pdf) Podcast Episode 44: How to Get a Judicial Clerkship (https://lawschooltoolbox.com/podcast-episode-44-how-to-get-a-judicial-clerkship/) Podcast Episode 176: Talking About Judicial Clerkships with Kelsey Russell (https://lawschooltoolbox.com/podcast-episode-176-talking-about-judicial-clerkships-with-kelsey-russell/) Podcast Episode 258: Law Clerks for Diversity (w/Guest Danielle Barondess) (https://lawschooltoolbox.com/podcast-episode-258-law-clerks-for-diversity-w-guest-danielle-barondess/) The Benefits of Doing Both a Federal District Court and a Circuit Court Clerkship (https://lawschooltoolbox.com/the-benefits-of-doing-both-a-federal-district-court-and-a-circuit-court-clerkship/) Why You Should Consider a Judicial Internship (https://lawschooltoolbox.com/why-you-should-consider-a-judicial-internship/) What Is It Really Like To Be a Judicial Clerk? (https://lawschooltoolbox.com/what-is-it-really-like-to-be-a-judicial-clerk/) Download the Transcript  (https://lawschooltoolbox.com/episode-346-judicial-accountability-in-the-workplace-w-aliza-shatzman/) If you enjoy the podcast, we'd love a nice review and/or rating on Apple Podcasts (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/law-school-toolbox-podcast/id1027603976) or your favorite listening app. And feel free to reach out to us directly. You can always reach us via the contact form on the Law School Toolbox website (http://lawschooltoolbox.com/contact). If you're concerned about the bar exam, check out our sister site, the Bar Exam Toolbox (http://barexamtoolbox.com/). You can also sign up for our weekly podcast newsletter (https://lawschooltoolbox.com/get-law-school-podcast-updates/) to make sure you never miss an episode! Thanks for listening! Alison & Lee

Steve Deace Show
WHAT IF ... a Governor Had Stood up to Judicial Tyranny? | 6/10/22

Steve Deace Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 96:51


Steve and the crew play a game of alternate history, going back to a fictionalized year 2011 to interview Iowa Governor Bob Vander Plaats about his shirking of the 2009 Iowa Supreme Court ruling which legalized so-called same-sex marriage. The crew paints a picture about how the broader media and cultural world would have reacted if such a thing had happened. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rewind: Your Week in Review
Rewind: Your Week in Review for June 4 – 10

Rewind: Your Week in Review

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022


On June 10, 2022, Rewind Host and CBS 58 Capitol Reporter Emilee Fannon and WisPolitics.com Editor JR Ross reviewed this week in state politics. (Brought to you by the Wisconsin Realtors Association).On this week's episode:Michels, Is He In?Parole Commissioner Tate ResignsJudge Finds Gableman in ContemptGov. Evers Special Session on Abortion AccessProtections for Judges Amid Security Concerns

La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo
Hermano de víctima de ‘falsos positivos' denuncia que proceso está en limbo judicial

La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 2:50


Luis Alexander Gélvez contó en La W que el proceso contra uno de los responsables por la ejecución extrajudicial de Édgar Torres, su hermano, se encuentra en un limbo judicial desde hace casi tres años. 

The Jeffersonian Tradition
Episode 116 Your Libertarian Friends are Wrong about Selective Judicial Incorporation

The Jeffersonian Tradition

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 28:56


Howdy everyone, and thanks again for tuning in to The Jeffersonian Tradition. In today's episode, I do a roundup of five news stories that focus on centralized vs decentralized power and the relation of the states to the general government. If you want me to cover a topic or elaborate further on any given episode, then reach out to me through the show's private MeWe group, or by contacting me at the show email address, which is mrjeffersonian@outlook.com. If you find value in the podcast, please consider becoming a supporting listener. One-time contributions can be sent to the show's cash app, http://cash.app/$MrJeffersonian . Recurring contributions can be made through the Anchor supporting listener link. Thanks again for tuning in to The Jeffersonian Tradition! Sign up for MeWe today: https://mewe.com. Fuel the Jeffersonian Revolution today and buy your goldbacks here: Defy the Grid. Help us out with Little Miss Jeffersonian HERE --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mr-jeffersonian/support

Temprano en la Tarde... EL PODCAST
Sobre resultados en la reválida, el sistema judicial y eso que llaman derecho, El decano Moreno en la casa

Temprano en la Tarde... EL PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 57:56


Lcdo Fernando Moreno Decano Facultad Derecho PUCPR Publican resultados de la reválida general y notarial https://aldia.microjuris.com/2021/05/21/publican-resultados-de-la-revalida-general-y-notarial/ [Comunicado de prensa via twitter] Tribunal Supremo ajusta puntuación mínima requerida para pase de la reválida de derecho general https://twitter.com/poderjudicialpr/status/1534905929174593538?s=20&t=GpE2iVkm9fd2A0emUEx1ig • Los tipos de revalidas y los requisitos para tomar las mismas • “Los estudiantes de hoy no están tan preparados como los de hace unas décadas” La Rama Judicial • La complejidad del proceso judicial y las nuevas generaciones hija de lo inmediato • La imagen del abogado como “letrado” • La necesidad de reformarse del sistema judicial • A dónde deben moverse, y qué cosas deben hacer, las Facultades de Derecho ante estas realidades • La realidad de la preparación meramente técnica que no produce “letrados” • Perfil actual de los estudiantes de Derecho • ¿Esa revalida verdaderamente mide verdaderamente la idiosincrasia del puertorriqueño/a o la misma necesita cambios?

The Steve Gruber Show
Steve Gruber, The summer of 2020 could prove to be a quiet one on the streets of America when we look at what might be shaping up for the summer of 2022

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 11:00


Live from the No Panic Zone—I'm Steve Gruber—I am America's Voice—God Bless America—God Bless You and let's do this! This is the Steve Gruber show— And I'm here to flush out the lying politicians—the tech giants—and the babbling herd of sheep—   Here are three big things you need to know right now—   ONE— After watching the unraveling of his scheme to take over prosecutors' offices begin—don't think George Soros is out—in fact his latest left wing scheme has him targeting Hispanic voters—as he buys radio stations—   TWO— The economy continues to head for a not so soft landing—with gas and diesel prices soaring to all new records every single day—and the nation exceeding the $5 a gallon average—trouble is building—   THREE— The summer of 2020 could prove to be a quiet one on the streets of America—when we look at what might be shaping up for the summer of 2022—   Far left activists and their radical friends are in a frenzy right now—the recall of the fringe left-wing prosecutor in San Francisco and the emergence of a former Republican billionaire as the leading candidate to be the next mayor of California—the violent Socialists are getting quite agitated—and they are not willing to go quietly into the dust bin of history—BUT don't worry they will end up there—   The attacks on pro-life organizations and their headquarters in recent weeks is the latest indication—that the domestic terrorist arm of socialism is ready to fire up—and go after anyone they don't agree with—   The latest example came in the wee hours of Wednesday—when police arrested a California man in the neighborhood of Brett Kavanaugh—armed with a gun—and on a mission to assassinate the Supreme Court Associate Justice—   And do you think these things happen by accident? Well let me tell you they don't—   Ever since someone inside the nation's high court decided to undermine the nations Judicial institution—by leaking a draft opinion in the Dobbs V Mississippi case—that appears to overturn the Roe V Wade case—and returns the question of abortion to the states—   Those on the fringe that support 2nd and 3rd trimester abortions have been on the warpath—not only against the unborn—but against anyone who doesn't support abortion on demand with or without reason at any time during a pregnancy—and right up to the moment of birth—   Threats have been coming at a blistering pace—those threats are coming from Democrat leaders—who have no shame in trying to intimidate those that don't agree—   And this is not new—  

The Right Side with Doug Billings
Peter Navarro Arrested without Judicial Process. Plus: Doug Interviews Rachel Hamm

The Right Side with Doug Billings

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 59:18


Peter Navarro, President Trump's former advisor, was arrested, handcuffed and shackled without judicial process because he invoked "Executive Privilege" in connection with the January 6 sham investigation. Plus: The Commusocialist Party continues its attak on the 2nd AmendmentAnd, Doug interviews Rachel Hamm.

Airtalk
AirTalk Episode Tuesday June 7, 2022

Airtalk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 102:41


Today on AirTalk, the California primary is here, we answer your questions before you cast your ballot. Also on the show, looking at what's left on the Supreme Court docket before the Judicial term ends; buying agricultural water rights; and more. Primary Day 2022: What You Need To Know Before You Cast Your Ballot (0:30) Have Questions About What's On Your Ballot? You're Not Alone! (48:10) With One Month Left In Its Term, We Look At The Major Cases The Supreme Court Is Set To Rule On (54:51) State Senate Considers Proposal To Buy Water Rights From California Farmers (1:07:45) AP Poll Finds Ideological Disconnect Between Lay Catholics And Bishops (1:24:27)

La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo
Fiyi entrega a EE.UU. un inmenso yate ruso tras semanas de contienda judicial

La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 0:59


Uncultured Bias with Camara Williams
Judicial Underground

Uncultured Bias with Camara Williams

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 110:12


In this episode of Uncultured Bias, Camara Williams is joined by two judges, Judge Vincent Chiu and Judge Andrew Bain, respectively. They both discuss their history, their campaign, how them sitting on the bench has impacted their outlook, and overall how their presence on the bench has impacted our community. They are also both up for re-election, so they each make their pitch on why they should stay on the bench. This is a two part podcast that directly effects our community. So buckle in and tap into this important podcast.

Newsmakers
Newsmakers: Roe v. Wade in Wisconsin – A Discussion with Pro-Life Advocates

Newsmakers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022


On June 6, 2022, Newsmakers Host Lisa Pugh sat down with Julaine Appling, president of Wisconsin Family Action, and State Representative Barbara Dittrich (R-Oconomowoc) to discuss abortion in Wisconsin. The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to issue a ruling this month that could overturn Roe v. Wade, removing federal protection to a woman's access to an abortion. If that happens, a century old Wisconsin law goes into effect in this state, allowing abortion only to save the mother's life. Newsmakers is hosting two programs on this topic, this week inviting pro-life advocates to share their views.

C4 and Bryan Nehman
June 6th, 2022: BPD and MONSE Submit Crime Plan, Joshua Harris VP Baltimore City NAACP, John Muffler, Fmr Head of Nat'l Cntr of Judicial Security

C4 and Bryan Nehman

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 81:18


C4 and Bryan Nehman are live weekdays from 5:30-10:00am ET on WBAL Newsradio 1090, FM101.5, and the WBAL Radio App.

Voice from the Underground: The Podcast
The Dig on SCOTUS Power of Judicial Review

Voice from the Underground: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 81:26


Attorney Anna shows us her chops as we discuss the origins of Supreme Court and discuss the Marbury vs Madison case.  Perhaps the most important case in the history of the court. Plus we discuss Moses Ingram blowback on Star Wars Kenobi. Join us for the live stream on YouTube and Twitch on Wednesday nights 730pm pacific. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

LSAT Demon Daily
Judicial Internships and Clerkships (Ep. 245)

LSAT Demon Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 21:11


Demon teacher Matt is joined by fellow Maryland Law student Michael Gaskell to talk about judicial internships and clerkships. Matt explains the difference between internships and clerkships. Michael, who has completed three judicial internships so far, shares his experiences and offers advice to future applicants. Email daily@lsatdemon.com with questions or comments. Watch this Episode on YouTube

Law and Legitimacy
LAL Live Part 1: Judge Robert Holzberg + Judicial Selection (NPS June 2)

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 45:08


Norm opens the show debriefing the outcome of the Depp-Heard trial. Is the #MeToo movement dead?  Heard's testimony was not credible. She was not a spokesperson for the tenets of the #MeToo movement. There will be appeals. Among them, the judgment against Depp is perhaps the most likely to be overturned. Norm is then joined by former judge and Connecticut mediator and arbitrator, Robert Holzberg.  Norm and Robert discuss the appointment process, whether there has ever been a non-attorney judge in Connecticut, and why it is important for the public to have confidence in the role of the judge in the judicial process.  Robert talks about his personal appointment experience, being an appointment of Governor William O'Neill in 1990 at the young age of 37.  Like, share, and subscribe. Norm is live every weekday on WICC600AM/107.3FM from 12pm ET - 2pm ET. Stream Norm live at https://www.wicc600.com/. Follow @PattisPodcast on Twitter. 

Mandy Connell
6-2-22 John Morrissey Visits, Plus Judicial Malfeasance Allowed

Mandy Connell

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 107:20


Mandy Connell
6-2-22 David Migoya from Denver Gazette on Judicial Malfeasance

Mandy Connell

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 20:28