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The Loftus Party
EP 327 Conservative Comedy and The Politico Freak Out

The Loftus Party

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 56:26


PLUS: Netflix Memo Drops the Hammer!

The Todd Herman Show
Will the W.H.O. run your healthcare? Bill Gates says it's constant injections for you; the Covid financial scam is one of the biggest thefts in history (even with the new information about Black Lives Matter co-founder, Patrice Culliers and her apparent

The Todd Herman Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 51:24


THE THESIS: Bill Gates is not done sticking it in people. The people who run Joe Biden want the utterly corrupt World “Health” Organization--which Gates has effectively purchased--to seize control over the operation of healthcare in America. If the people behind Biden cause him to sign the diktat they are pushing, it would be illegal for your doctor to go against the World “Health” Organization's decrees.  THE SCRIPTURE & SCRIPTURAL RESOURCES:  1 Samuel 8: 6-21 6 But when they said, “Give us a king to lead us,” this displeased Samuel; so he prayed to the Lord. 7 And the Lord told him: “Listen to all that the people are saying to you; it is not you they have rejected, but they have rejected me as their king. 8 As they have done from the day I brought them up out of Egypt until this day, forsaking me and serving other gods, so they are doing to you. 9 Now listen to them; but warn them solemnly and let them know what the king who will reign over them will claim as his rights.” 10 Samuel told all the words of the Lord to the people who were asking him for a king. 11 He said, “This is what the king who will reign over you will claim as his rights: He will take your sons and make them serve with his chariots and horses, and they will run in front of his chariots. 12 Some he will assign to be commanders of thousands and commanders of fifties, and others to plow his ground and reap his harvest, and still others to make weapons of war and equipment for his chariots. 13 He will take your daughters to be perfumers and cooks and bakers. 14 He will take the best of your fields and vineyards and olive groves and give them to his attendants. 15 He will take a tenth of your grain and of your vintage and give it to his officials and attendants. 16 Your male and female servants and the best of your cattle[c] and donkeys he will take for his own use. 17 He will take a tenth of your flocks, and you yourselves will become his slaves. 18 When that day comes, you will cry out for relief from the king you have chosen, but the Lord will not answer you in that day.” 19 But the people refused to listen to Samuel. “No!” they said. “We want a king over us. 20 Then we will be like all the other nations, with a king to lead us and to go out before us and fight our battles.” 21 When Samuel heard all that the people said, he repeated it before the Lord. 22 The Lord answered, “Listen to them and give them a king.” THE NEWS & COMMENT: BLOCK 1 [AUDIO] - If Bill Gates and the World Health Organization are allowed to take control of international pandemic policy, we're in deep trouble, says Dan Wootton. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern tests positive for COVID [AUDIO] - Remember when she told people they could use the bathroom in their friend's house if they were visiting there?  [AUDIO] - “So we're in for ongoing vaccination to stay absolutely safe.” Sounds like a business model where you need to buy a new operating system every year that crashes as often as the previous one, but you kind of feel safer for a few months. Top Medical Licensure Board Creates Misinformation Policy — Because What Could Go Wrong With A Science Hive Mind? More woke media whoppers about Covid vaccines; Politico says the US may face rationing of the miracle shots; in truth demand is near zero and 150 million shots are sitting in freezers Only 31% (230/728) of Covid hospitalizations in Massachusetts are/were actually due to Covid; why was this not told to the public or nation before? [AUDIO] - Justice Thomas Rips Liberal Media, Calls Out Their Poor Job and Lies People Who Pushed Idea of Universal Vaccination Are ‘Guilty of Crimes Against Humanity': Former Pfizer VP [AUDIO] - Peter Navarro, former Trump adviser, says he wants to see Fauci in prison BLOCK 2 Criminals have stolen nearly $100 billion in Covid relief funds, Secret Service says [AUDIO] - 'Biggest fraud in a generation': The looting of the Covid relief plan known as PPP; The official in charge of Covid relief tells NBC News' Lester Holt that programs like PPP were structured in ways that were "an invitation" to fraudsters. REVEALED: BLM founder Patrisse Cullors paid her baby father $970,000 for 'creative services', her brother $840,000 for security, a fellow director $2.1m and reimbursed the organization $73,000 for a charter flight BLOCK 3 It's Still Happening; Some Illinois schools won't stop with their unlawful, unscientific covid policies New York City, under the force of law, still mandates 2 year olds wear cloth masks for long periods of daycare; A society where the doctors party, while the state force masks 2 year olds (with a mask that doesn't work) is abusive, broken & immoral   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing
May 18, 2022: Takeaways from the biggest primary night of the year

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 7:02


Sixteen months after Donald Trump supporters stormed Capitol Hill to try to stop the certification of Joe Biden as president, a prominent election denier in Pennsylvania inched closer to becoming the next governor of Pennsylvania. State Sen. Doug Mastriano — who attended and helped organize for the “Stop the Steal” rally, has called for audits of Keystone State votes and has been subpoenaed by the House Jan. 6 panel — clinched the GOP gubernatorial nomination. If he wins this fall, he'll be in a position to nominate the next Pennsylvania secretary of state, a position that oversees elections in the key presidential battleground state. And, one week after catapulting J.D. Vance to victory in Ohio, Trump had a somewhat decent night, though the verdict on perhaps his biggest gamble — supporting Mehmet Oz in Pennsylvania's tight Senate primary — is still out. Subscribe to the POLITICO Playbook newsletter Raghu Manavalan is the Host of POLITICO's Playbook. Jenny Ament is the Executive Producer of POLITICO Audio.

The Business of Politics Show
How To Run A Data-Driven Super PAC – Luke Thompson (Cerberus Strategies)

The Business of Politics Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 48:18


Today we're speaking with Luke Thompson, co-founder of Cerberus Strategies. He's a political strategist with a deep background in data. Luke has done work for the NRSC, the Jeb Bush Super PAC, and Applecart. In our conversation we dive into his latest campaign in the Ohio GOP Senate primary, how he approaches decision making, and the ways he thinks technology is shifting politics.A mole hunt, a secret website and Peter Thiel's big risk: How J.D. Vance won his primary (Politico.com) @ltthompso (Twitter.com)The Business of Politics Show, hosted by Eric Wilson, is a production of Startup Caucus, an investment fund and incubator for Republican campaign technology.Visit StartupCaucus.com to learn more.

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
Overturning Roe v. Wade: "Irrational, Aggressive, and Extremely Dangerous"

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 56:06


Two weeks ago, Politico obtained a leaked draft of the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, the nearly 50-year-old ruling that acknowledged the constitutional right to abortion. Although this is the most egregious attack on reproductive rights, it only follows the anti-abortion momentum that has been building for years around the country. This week on Intercepted, Intercept investigative reporter Jordan Smith discusses the aggressive, irrational, and dangerous Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Smith is joined by Melissa Murray, the Frederick I. and Grace Stokes Professor of Law at New York University and co-host of “Strict Scrutiny,” a podcast about the Supreme Court. Smith and Murray talk through the draft decision, its implications, and the future of reproductive rights. join.theintercept.com/donate/now See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

POLITICO Energy
How Russia's invasion of Ukraine is hurting the Glasgow climate deal

POLITICO Energy

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 7:55


On Monday, COP26 President Alok Sharma said the war in Ukraine has pushed climate change from the global agenda, which is undermining the “fragile” climate deal reached in Glasgow last year. POLITICO Europe's Karl Mathiesen breaks down how geopolitical dynamics have stymied progress on climate since COP26 and the expectations heading into COP27.   Josh Siegel is an energy reporter for POLITICO.  Karl Mathiesen is the Senior Climate Correspondent for POLITICO Europe.  Nirmal Mulaikal is a POLITICO audio host-producer.  Raghu Manavalan is a senior editor for POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the executive producer of POLITICO's audio department.

The Brian Lehrer Show
How Will Congress Solve the Baby Formula Shortage

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 20:50


Helena Bottemiller Evich, senior food and agriculture reporter at Politico, joins to discuss what's behind the nationwide shortage of baby formula and how Congress is responding.

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing
May 17, 2022: 3 big storylines to watch in today's primaries

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 6:03


Today is one of the most consequential primary days of the year, with nominating contests in five states — Idaho, Kentucky, North Carolina, Oregon and Pennsylvania — that will tell us a great deal about the direction of the two parties.  There are three major storylines that continue to dominate the 2022 primary season: 1. Donald Trump's grip on the GOP 2. Progressive challenges to Biden-like Democratic centrists 3. The rise of anti-democratic and extremist candidates All three storylines collide in today's most-watched state: Pennsylvania. Subscribe to the POLITICO Playbook newsletter Raghu Manavalan is the Host of POLITICO's Playbook. Jenny Ament is the Executive Producer of POLITICO Audio.

POLITICO Energy
Inside California's latest climate budget

POLITICO Energy

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 6:55


Last week, California Gov. Gavin Newsom proposed an additional $9.5 billion in climate spending, bringing the state's total climate investments to over $47 billion. POLITICO's Colby Bermel breaks down what Newsom hopes to achieve and how it compares to the rest of the country.   Josh Siegel is an energy reporter for POLITICO.  Colby Bermel is the energy reporter for POLITICO California. Nirmal Mulaikal is a POLITICO audio host-producer.  Raghu Manavalan is a senior editor for POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the executive producer of POLITICO's audio department.

Inspired Minds
William D. Cohan

Inspired Minds

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 47:56


William D. Cohan, a former senior Wall Street M&A investment banker for 17 years at Lazard Frères & Co., Merrill Lynch and JPMorganChase, is the "New York Times" bestselling author of three non-fiction narratives about Wall Street: "Money and Power: How Goldman Sachs Came to Rule the World," "House of Cards: A Tale of Hubris and Wretched Excess on Wall Street" and "The Last Tycoons: The Secret History of Lazard Frères & Co.," the winner of the 2007 FT/Goldman Sachs Business Book of the Year Award. His book, "The Price of Silence," about the Duke lacrosse scandal was published in April 2014 and was also a "New York Times" bestseller. His book, "Why Wall Street Matters," was published by Random House in February 2017.  His most recent book, "Four Friends," about four of his friends from high school and what happened to them in their lives, was published in July 2019 by Flatiron Press. His new book, to be published in November 2022, is titled "Power Failure: The Rise and Fall of an American Icon." It is about the astounding rise and precipitous fall of the General Electric Company, once the world's most valuable and respected company.A former longtime special correspondent at “Vanity Fair,” he is a founding partner of “Puck,” a daily digital news and opinion publication. His focus at “Puck” is on Wall Street and the business world, writ large. He is a former columnist for the DealBook section of the “The New York Times.” He also writes for “The Financial Times,” “The New York Times,” “Air Mail,” “Barron's,” “Bloomberg BusinessWeek,” “The Atlantic,” “Town & Country,” “The Nation,” “Fortune,” “The Hollywood Reporter,” and “Politico,”among other publications. He previously wrote a bi-weekly opinion column for “The New York Times” and an opinion column for “BloombergView.” He also appears regularly on CNN, on CNBC, where is a contributor, on MSNBC and the BBC-TV. He has also appeared three times as a guest on the Daily Show, with Jon Stewart, The NewsHour, The Charlie Rose Show, The Tavis Smiley Show, and CBS This Morning as well as on numerous NPR, BBC and Bloomberg radio programs. He was formerly a contributing editor on Bloomberg TV.He is a graduate of Phillips Academy, Duke University, Columbia University School of Journalism and the Columbia University Graduate School of Business. He grew up in Worcester, Massachusetts and now lives in New York City and upstate New York with his wife and, on occasion these days, their two sons.

Appodlachia
#131: Every Rose Has It's Cawthorn

Appodlachia

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 64:28


Callie and Chuck talk about the wacky antics and dereliction of duty of Appalachian Congressman Madison Cawthorn  (Rep. Mad Dog 20/20),  how Democrats have failed on inflation and a crypto mining controversy in Appalachia. -----------------------------------------------HELP SUPPORT APPODLACHIA!Join our Patreon, for as little as $1/month, and access live events, weekly exclusives, bonus series, and more http://www.patreon.com/appodlachia-----------------------------------------------Timestamps01:59 - Intro: our favorite sayings from Appalachian elders08:30 - Campaign Check-in: Mad Dog 20/2021:05 - Announcements (Patreon, ads, etc.)29:30 - Overinflated Democrats55:50  - Under the Radar in Appalachia: Crypto mining in East TN-----------------------------------------------Link to POLITICO article on Mad Dog 20/20: https://www.politico.com/news/magazine/2022/05/13/madison-cawthorn-injury-profile-00032002Link to article about crypto mines: https://www.wbir.com/article/tech/east-tennessee-soth-kentucky-cryptocurrency-mining-facility-community-concern/51-882d3de5-9ff1-49eb-aa89-35b36bac0d29Personal Inflation Calculator: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2022/05/08/business/economy/inflation-calculator.html-----------------------------------------------Check out our wonderful sponsors!CBD and THC gummies & more: (use code "APPODLACHIA" for 25% off) http://www.cornbreadhemp.com/Delicious organic kombucha shipped right to your door (use code "APPODLACHIA" for 20% off ) https://skinnypiggykombucha.com/Our website is great, and it's because Starry Eyes Media built it.  Yours can be too! https://www.starryeyes.media/Appalachian Mysteria: A true-crime podcast you should definitely check out! http://jaml.ink/AppalachianMysteriaCheck out our friends at Westside Fairytales - who have a NEW BOOK out now! https://westsidefairytales.com/books-----------------------------------------------Follow us!-Instagram: http://instagram.com/appodlachia-Twitter: http://twitter.com/appodlachia-Facebook: http://facebook.com/appodlachia-TikTok:  http://tiktok.com/appodlachia-Discord: https://discord.gg/czgUeWzvhT-----------------------------------------------None of the views expressed on this show represent the views of either Chuck, John, or Callie's employers

What Doesn't Kill You
Explosive Report on How the FDA Is Failing Our Food System

What Doesn't Kill You

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 51:59


Investigative reporter Helena Bottemiller-Evich digs deep into the many ways the FDA, supposedly monitoring our food supply, abjectly fails to adequately monitor and regulate basic products like baby formula, the water used to process vegetables and fruits, and forever chemicals in food packaging. Every year more than 128,000 people are made sick from food-borne illnesses, while over 3000 people die. The US lags far behind other developed nations in maintaining a safe, inspected food supply.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support What Doesn't Kill You by becoming a member!What Doesn't Kill You is Powered by Simplecast.

What Doesn't Kill You
Explosive Report on How the FDA Is Failing Our Food System

What Doesn't Kill You

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 51:59


Investigative reporter Helena Bottemiller-Evich digs deep into the many ways the FDA, supposedly monitoring our food supply, abjectly fails to adequately monitor and regulate basic products like baby formula, the water used to process vegetables and fruits, and forever chemicals in food packaging. Every year more than 128,000 people are made sick from food-borne illnesses, while over 3000 people die. The US lags far behind other developed nations in maintaining a safe, inspected food supply.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support What Doesn't Kill You by becoming a member!What Doesn't Kill You is Powered by Simplecast.

Stateside from Michigan Radio
Michigan Prosecutors on Abortion

Stateside from Michigan Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 21:00


This spring's a waiting game for people involved in securing (or opposing) abortion rights. A recent draft Supreme Court opinion published by Politico confirmed what many suspected: that a sea change is coming in federal protections for abortion. Prosecutors, in particular, need to plan for how they'll follow guidelines of the 1931 Michigan abortion ban that is poised to prevail if Roe v Wade is vacated.  Today, two Michigan county prosecutors weight in. GUESTS:  Kym Worthy, Wayne County Prosecutor Pete Lucido, Macomb County prosecutor Looking for more conversations from Stateside? Right this way. If you like what you hear on the pod, consider supporting our work. Music in today's episode by Blue Dot Sessions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Be Reasonable: with Your Moderator, Chris Paul

In today's episode:Mike Lindell discusses filing preliminary injunctions against the used of voting machines in states beyond ArizonaGarrett Ziegler and Marco Polo release the emails from Hunter Biden's laptopA contingent of Romnies visits Ukraine, arriving emptyhandedSweden and Finland announce plans to join NATOJohn Durham's trial of Michael Sussman begins, and Politico attempts to pre-set a narrative about how the trial means next to nothing to anyone but the "conspiracy theorists".To support directly: ko-fi.com/imyourmoderatorbtc via coinbase: 3MEh9J5sRvMfkWd4EWczrFr1iP3DBMcKk5Merch site: www.cancelcouture.com or shop.spreadshirt.com/cancel-coutureWriting at: imyourmoderator.substack.comFollow the podcast info stream: t.me/imyourmoderatorOther social platforms: Truth Social, Gab, Rumble, Bitchute, Odysee, DLive or Gettr - @imyourmoderatorVisit mypillow.com and use promo code REASONABLE to support me, Mike Lindell, and his great American company!Listen at: https://shows.acast.com/bereasonable/ or on your favorite podcast app (except Spotify, I'm banned)RSS: https://feeds.acast.com/public/shows/623c9d211c3aa5001204d6ed See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/be-reasonable-with-your-moderator-chris-paul.

Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy
Unpacking the Infant Formula Recall and Formula Shortage with Helena Bottemiller Evich

Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 28:01


#229: In recent months, there has been a downpour of information that has been released in regards to the current formula recall which has resulted in a considerable amount of formula shortages. In this episode, I am joined by researcher and writer Helena Bottemiller Evich who is the senior food and agriculture reporter at Politico and has followed closely on the topic. Helena is here to provide us with a look behind the unfortunate shortage of formula and the hard times that many parents are facing while trying to feed their formula-fed babies.     Get your copy of the 100 FIRST FOODS list on Katie's free BABY-LED WEANING FOR BEGINNERS workshop: https://babyledweaning.co/workshop   Follow @babyledweanteam on IG: https://www.instagram.com/babyledweanteam/   Shownotes with all the links mentioned in this episode are here: https://blwpodcast.com/229   Learn something you liked in this episode? Would you kindly subscribe, rate and review where you're seeing this? (...it really helps other parents find this BLW info too!)

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing
May 16, 2022: The West's new fear: What if Ukraine wins?

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 5:00


Russia has faced a dizzying series of setbacks in its war with Ukraine over the last week: - Sweden and Finland are being fast-tracked into NATO membership, which means Russia will soon share an 810-mile border with NATO. More from NYT - Ukrainian troops pushed the Russians from the outskirts of Kharkiv, Ukraine's second largest city, and are now approaching the Russian border. Latest from Reuters - Russia suffered “catastrophic” losses during a failed river crossing on May 11, according to The Institute for the Study of War, which notes that “the military incompetence displayed in that crossing have shaken the confidence” of influential Russian military bloggers. - The UK Ministry of Defense said that the Russian offensive in the eastern Donbas region, the focus of Russian firepower since its retreat from Kyiv, has “lost momentum and fallen significantly behind schedule.” The Brits also claimed that Putin has lost one-third of the troops he sent into Ukraine since the start of the February invasion. On Sunday, Jens Stoltenberg, NATO's secretary general, summed up the implications of these developments: “Ukraine can win this war.” And that is exactly the problem according to a growing number of western officials and analysts who fear the fallout from what French President Emmanuel Macron called the “humiliation” of Russia. Subscribe to the POLITICO Playbook newsletter Raghu Manavalan is the Host of POLITICO's Playbook. Jenny Ament is the Executive Producer of POLITICO Audio.

El Ciudadano Político
Temporada 2 Episodio 16: El Poder, el miedo y nosotros, los ciudadanos· Ciudadano Politico · Dixo

El Ciudadano Político

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 29:07


¿Qué es el miedo?¿Para qué sirve y para qué no sirve?¿Cuáles son los 5 instrumentos que el gobierno utiliza para generar miedo? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

POLITICO Energy
Why FERC is handing power back to utilities

POLITICO Energy

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 8:26


Faced with new urgency under President Joe Biden's goal to rid the electric grid of planet-warming carbon dioxide by 2035, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is putting transmission planning back in the hands of the nation's large utilities, who have long controlled construction of the power network in their territories. POLITICO's Catherine Morehouse explains.    Josh Siegel is an energy reporter for POLITICO.  Catherine Morehouse is an energy reporter for POLITICO.  Nirmal Mulaikal is a POLITICO audio host-producer.  Raghu Manavalan is a senior editor for POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the executive producer of POLITICO's audio department.

La Wikly
🤰¿Y si el Supremo acaba con el aborto?

La Wikly

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 27:49


16 de mayo | Nueva YorkLeer esta newsletter te llevará 9 minutos y 24 segundos.Happy dogs. Bienvenido a La Wikly.🤰 Aborto, en peligroLo importante: el Tribunal Supremo de Estados Unidos estaría muy cerca de poner fin al derecho al aborto por primera vez desde 1973. Mientras tanto, una veintena de estados preparan leyes restrictivas contra el procedimiento que afectarían a decenas de millones de mujeres.Explícamelo: el Supremo tiene pendiente publicar de forma oficial su decisión sobre Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, un caso sobre una ley restrictiva contra el aborto aprobada por el gobierno republicano de Mississippi.La ley prohibiría todos los abortos en el estado sureño a partir de las primeras 15 semanas de embarazo, algo que va en contra de lo establecido por el precedente de Roe v. Wade de 1973.Según el borrador de una decisión del Supremo actual filtrado por POLITICO, cinco jueces conservadores tienen previsto acabar con Roe v. Wade y permitir que la ley de Mississippi pueda entrar en efecto.Contexto: en Roe v. Wade, y en otro caso posterior en 1992 (Planned Parenthood v. Casey), el Supremo dictaminó que los estados deben respetar el derecho a la privacidad de las mujeres para practicar un aborto hasta la viabilidad del feto fuera del vientre de la madre, normalmente en la semana 24 de embarazo.Es decir, que acabar con Roe v. Wade permitiría de forma automática que cualquier estado del país pueda legislar sobre el aborto sin adscribirse a las limitaciones impuestas por ese precedente.Por tanto, más de una veintena de estados gobernados por republicanos intentarán restringir el aborto en cuanto se haga pública la decisión.Los demócratas intentaron proteger el derecho al aborto a nivel federal desde las cámaras legislativas de Washington D.C. hace una semana, pero fue un intento fútil. Carecen de la mayoría necesaria para ello en el Senado.Nota importante: que sean las cortes quienes estén decidiendo sobre el aborto se debe a que desde 1973 nunca se ha pasado una ley específica al respecto a nivel federal.📜 ¿Un derecho constitucional?Cabe recordar que Roe v. Wade fue una decisión profundamente polémica en 1973. Los jueces del Supremo concluyeron que el derecho al aborto estaba protegido por la Decimocuarta Enmienda de la Constitución estadounidense.“Toda persona nacida o naturalizada en los Estados Unidos, y sujeta a su jurisdicción, es ciudadana de los Estados Unidos y del estado en que resida. Ningún estado podrá crear o implementar leyes que limiten los privilegios o inmunidades de los ciudadanos de los Estados Unidos; tampoco podrá ningún estado privar a una persona de su vida, libertad o propiedad, sin un debido proceso legal; ni negar a persona alguna dentro de su jurisdicción la protección legal igualitaria”.Con Roe v. Wade, los jueces de aquel Supremo de 1973 hacían tres cosas:Interpretaban que la palabra libertad incluye un derecho a la privacidad. Por tanto, según ellos, la Constitución protege la decisión de las mujeres de abortar sin impedimentos del gobierno.Incorporaban esa interpretación en los 50 estados del país. Es decir, ningún estado podía limitar el derecho al aborto de las mujeres porque era un derecho protegido por la Constitución.Limitaban el tiempo en el que las mujeres conservaban ese derecho. Y tal y como definió una decisión del Supremo en 1992 (Planned Parenthood v. Casey), el aborto solo podía ser restringido de alguna forma a partir de la llamada viabilidad del feto (semana 24).La determinación del Supremo de a partir de cuándo pueden los estados legislar sobre el aborto es relevante porque cualquier desafío a Roe v. Wade y Planned Parenthood v. Casey pondría en tela de juicio los marcos establecidos por la Corte. Y eso es lo que hace el caso Dobbs v. Jackson de Mississippi:Por un lado, reta la interpretación de la palabra libertad de la Decimocuarta Enmienda porque la Constitución, argumentan, “solo cubre derechos fundamentales que están arraigados en la historia y la tradición de Estados Unidos”.Por otro, reta el sistema que decide que la viabilidad del feto sea la vara de medir para decidir cuándo los estados pueden legislar sobre el aborto o no.El Supremo podría decidir mantener la interpretación del derecho a la privacidad vigente, pero descartar el sistema de la viabilidad del feto. Algo que, curiosamente, acercaría las leyes sobre el aborto de Estados Unidos con las que hay en la mayoría de países de Europa (aborto permitido hasta la semana 10-14).🔫 Las leyes gatilloDesde 1973, los estados más conservadores han sido incapaces de aprobar leyes que restrinjan el aborto o pongan demasiados impedimentos para que las mujeres puedan abortar (por ejemplo, contar con el consentimiento de su pareja). Eso provocó dos iniciativas:Proyectos de ley que las cámaras legislativas de numerosos estados gobernados por republicanos podrían aprobar en cuanto caiga Roe v. Wade.Leyes ya aprobadas que entrarían en efecto en el instante en el que el Supremo acabe con Roe v. Wade. Esas son las llamadas leyes gatillo.En Tennessee, la ley gatillo se llama Ley de Protección de la Vida Humana. Se aprobó en 2019 y entraría en vigor 30 días después de una posible revocación del fallo Roe v. Wade por la Corte Suprema.La ley de Tennessee convertiría en un delito mayor de clase C cualquier intento de realizar un aborto, excepto en casos extremos en los que sea necesario para evitar la muerte o lesiones corporales graves y permanentes de la madre.Ese tipo de delitos son penados por la ley de Tennessee con prisión de 3 a 15 años y una multa de 10.000 dólares. Las mujeres estarían exentas de ser criminalizadas.En Arkansas, el gobernador Asa Hutchinson firmó el año pasado una ley gatillo que convierte el intento de realizar un aborto en un delito grave punible con hasta 10 años de prisión y una multa de hasta 100.000 dólares —las mujeres embarazadas están exentas de ser criminalizadas,La ley solo contempla excepciones para aquellos casos en los que la vida de la mujer embarazada corra peligro debido a una “emergencia médica”.Tampoco permite que se presenten cargos contra las mujeres que se someten o intentan someterse al procedimiento, responsabilizando a los proveedores de servicios de interrupción del embarazo.En Utah se aprobó una ley gatillo hace un par de años que haría entrar en vigor una prohibición inmediata del aborto en el estado si la Corte revierte Roe v. Wade.La ley contempla excepciones en los casos de violación e incesto pero requiere que el médico verifique que la agresión haya sido denunciada a la policía, algo que en la mayoría de los casos no sucede.Pese a ser uno de los estados más conservadores del país, unos 4.000 manifestantes se reunieron en la entrada del Capitolio del estado este fin de semana para reclamar la eliminación de las normativas antiabortistas.Además, en muchos estados existen legislaciones antiabortistas previas a Roe v. Wade que, aunque quedaron inhabilitadas con el fallo, no fueron eliminadas. Por lo tanto, podrían restablecerse con un nuevo fallo de la Corte que invalide Roe v. Wade.Es el caso de Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Michigan, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Texas, West Virginia y Wisconsin.🏜 El caso TexasEn Texas, la legislatura aprobó el año pasado una ley que prohíbe el aborto en cuanto se detectan los primeros latidos del corazón del feto, en torno a la sexta semana de embarazo, incluso en caso de violación y/o incesto.La única excepción es para aquellos casos en los que el embarazo ponga en riesgo la vida de la madre o pueda suponer una “discapacidad sustancial e irreversible de una función corporal principal”.En su momento, analizamos la ley en profundidad porque el Supremo evitó bloquearla pese a que los precedentes nacionales permiten la interrupción voluntaria del embarazo hasta la semana 22 o 24.También porque la ley de Texas presenta una particularidad interesante: no es el estado sino los ciudadanos quienes hacen cumplir la normativa. Cualquiera que gane una demanda sobre un supuesto aborto ilegal puede ganar hasta 10.000 dólares y ser retribuido por todos los gastos legales que haya tenido.🤔 ¿Y ahora?Un fallo de la Corte Suprema avalando la ley de Mississippi no sólo haría retroceder la conquista de los derechos fundamentales de la mujer en el país. También significaría un desafío enorme para las clínicas e instituciones médicas de los estados que tienen aprobadas leyes de este tipo.Según una investigación del Business Insider, no son pocos los centros de salud que no tienen protocolos para abordar la posibilidad de que estas normativas entren en vigencia.Por ejemplo, en nueve de los trece estados con leyes gatillo, se permiten exenciones para proteger la vida de la mujer embarazada en emergencias médicas. Sin embargo, ninguna agencia estatal contactada por Insider en esos estados tiene protocolos sobre cómo se define ese “riesgo que pone en peligro la vida de la paciente embarazada”.“Una cosa es introducir y promulgar leyes inconstitucionales que sabe que su estado no podrá hacer cumplir. Puede abogar por ellas, puede aprobarlas, puede hacer muchas declaraciones y eso potencialmente puede ganar su atención y votos. (...) Ahora estamos pasando a una etapa en la que la Corte Suprema emite una decisión que permitirá a los estados hacer cumplir, por primera vez desde 1973, algunas de estas leyes".Elisabeth Smith, directora de política estatal y defensa del Centro de Derechos Reproductivos.¿Desea saber más? En Insider tienen un buen reportaje sobre las dificultades para hacer efectivas las leyes gatillo en los estados en los que se han aprobado. Y en la Kaiser Family Foundation ahondan en las posibles consecuencias de una decisión del Supremo que derogue Roe v. Wade.🎬 Una recomendaciónCon la colaboración de Filmin4 meses, 3 semanas, 2 días es una película rumana de Cristian Mungiu que ganó la Palma de Oro en Cannes en 2007. Sigue la historia de dos estudiantes universitarias que comparten habitación y tienen que lidiar con el aborto de una de ellas.Mungiu cuenta poquito más —ni la ciudad ni el año en el que se ambienta el filme. Tampoco aparecen referencias directas al contexto histórico, que sin embargo está presente de forma constante en todo aquello que rodea a las protagonistas.Sin desvelar demasiado: últimos coletazos del comunismo en Rumanía y una ley muy restrictiva del aborto.La mayor magia del filme es convertir un drama más en un profundamente angustioso relato sobre dos jóvenes cuya amistad es puesta a examen por una situación imposible. Es increíble ver cómo Mungiu lo consigue a través no solo del guion o de la impresionante interpretación protagonista de Anamaria Marinca, sino también de la puesta en escena, el montaje y la dirección.Un ejemplo: la forma en la que el hombre que las ayuda a abortar las manipula a través del contexto situacional (el hotel, la petición, las alternativas). Casi ni se verbaliza, pero se palpa. Cuando Mungiu deja de incluir a las dos protagonistas en el mismo plano, y por tanto es solo una con él o la otra con él, el espectador ya sabe que las escapatorias son pocas o ninguna.Otro ejemplo: la presión que siente la protagonista en una cena con la familia de su novio se siente porque sabemos de qué está en realidad pendiente. Y es la puesta en escena de quienes la rodean, el trabajo de cámara centrado en la protagonista e incluso el sonido intermitente del teléfono los aspectos que suman a la ansiedad del instante.Es, de verdad, una película soberbia que subraya los logros del cine rumano en los últimos 15 años. Porque si empiezas con Mungiu, no te pierdas después a Cristi Puiu, a Cãlin Peter Netzer o a Corneliu Porumboiu.4 meses, 3 semanas, 2 días está disponible en Filmin.🌟 Un buen memeEn otro orden de cosas, esta semana vuelve Lunes por el mundo con novedades en la OTAN y elecciones en Somalia, Filipinas y Líbano.Podrás seguir el directo a partir de las 20:00 en Twitch.Feliz semana, This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.lawikly.com/subscribe

.think atlantic
The Neocons: Past, Present and Future

.think atlantic

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 33:55


In this episode of .think atlantic, Thibault Muzergues returns as host to talk to Jacob Heilbrunn about the past, present and future of Neoconservatism. Jacob Heilbrunn is the editor of the National Interest, and he has written extensively on foreign and domestic issues for most if not all major American news outlets including The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and Foreign Affairs. His 2008 book "The Knew They Were Right" tells the story of origins and rise of neoconservatism in American politics. He is here to join us today to speak about his most recent article in Politico magazine ''Trumpian Conservatives Hold an ‘Emergency' Meeting Over Russia'', which you can read here. Is neoconservatism getting back to center stage? Where did it come from, and when did it rise and fall from popularity in American foreign policy? How do neocon ideas help explain or understand the crisis in Ukraine? Listen for answers to these questions and more in this special episode. And keep in mind, the opinions expressed by Jacob, as well as all guests of .think atlantic are their own and do not necessarily reflect the positions of IRI. Find Thibault Muzergues on Twitter @tmuzergues Find Jacob Heilbrunn on Twitter @jacobheilbrunn Find .think atlantic on Twitter @ThinkAtlantic Find IRI on Twitter @IRIglobal

Le Nouvel Esprit Public
L'état de la droite au seuil des législatives / Le droit à l'avortement et la Cour Suprême / n°245 / 15 mai 2022

Le Nouvel Esprit Public

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 62:09


Connaissez-vous notre site ? www.lenouvelespritpublic.frUne émission de Philippe Meyer, enregistrée au studio l'Arrière-boutique le 13 mai 2022.Avec cette semaine :Jean-Louis Bourlanges, président de la commission des affaires étrangères de l'Assemblée Nationale.David Djaïz, essayiste et enseignant à Sciences Po.Isabelle de Gaulmyn, rédactrice en chef du quotidien La Croix. ETAT DE LA DROITE AU SEUIL DES LÉGISLATIVESAprès que la droite de gouvernement est passée sous la barre des 5 % au premier tour de la présidentielle, le président des Républicains Christian Jacob a convoqué en urgence, au lendemain du second tour, un bureau politique, puis un comité stratégique de son parti, Les Républicains. Pour lui, « les choses sont claires : on est soit Républicain, soit majorité présidentielle. La double appartenance n'existe pas ». Aussi, les candidats investis par LR pour les législatives des 12 et 19 juin, devront-ils signer une « charte de clarté et d'indépendance », sorte de cordon sanitaire exigeant qu'ils ne pactisent pas avec la macronie pendant la campagne, qu'après leur élection, ils ne se rallient pas à une éventuelle majorité présidentielle et qu'ils respectent scrupuleusement les orientations du parti pendant toute la durée de leur mandat. Dans 543 circonscriptions sur 577, un candidat unique sera soutenu par Les Républicains, l'Union des Démocrates et Indépendants (UDI) de Jean-Christophe Lagarde (une soixantaine de représentants) et Les Centristes-Le Nouveau Centre d'Hervé Morin (une trentaine). La droite unie a défini « cinq priorités » programmatiques. Le pouvoir d'achat figure désormais en première place : baisser les taxes sur les carburants ; baisser la CSG ; défiscaliser intégralement les heures supplémentaires et permettre la conversion des RTT en salaires ; aucune retraite en dessous du smic (mesure rattachée à la cinquième priorité, la solidarité) ; verser des allocations familiales universelles dès le premier enfant et défiscaliser les pensions alimentaires. Suivent la santé et l'environnement, puis la sécurité et l'immigration.Le 5 mai, la nouvelle confédération macroniste « Ensemble » a été créée. Elle repose sur trois piliers, ou plus exactement trois personnalités : Richard Ferrand, François Bayrou et Édouard Philippe. La nouvelle structure est envisagée comme une succession de cercles concentriques avec un « axe central » reposant sur le couple LRM et MoDem, avec le renfort d'Horizons puis des autres partis de centre droit (Agir, Parti radical) et de centre gauche (Territoires de progrès, En commun, Fédération progressiste) qui composent la galaxie macroniste. Dans l'accord scellé, 400 circonscriptions reviendront au parti présidentiel ; le MoDem en récolte, lui, entre 100 et 110, quand le parti d'Edouard Philippe bénéficie de 58 investitures, un peu plus que le seuil de 50 permettant de prétendre au financement public accordé aux partis. Reste à savoir si, parmi ces circonscriptions, le maire du Havre pourra obtenir au moins 15 députés, le nombre minimal pour former un groupe à l'Assemblée nationale. L'enjeu est maintenant d'attirer des dissidents d'autres formations. Nicolas Sarkozy a déjà appelé son parti à rejoindre la future majorité présidentielle. Pour l'heure, les ralliés officiels au macronisme se comptent sur les doigts d'une main : seuls trois sortants LR et deux UDI ont à ce stade décidé de candidater comme soutiens d'Emmanuel Macron.***LE DROIT À L'AVORTEMENT ET LA COUR SUPRÊMESelon une fuite, révélée le 2 mai par le site d'informations américain Politico, la Cour suprême des États-Unis s'apprête à annuler l'arrêt Roe v. Wade qui, depuis 1973, garantit le droit à l'avortement au niveau fédéral, au nom du respect à la vie privée. L'avant-projet d'une décision majoritaire rédigé par le juge conservateur Samuel Alito, qui devrait être rendu officiel le mois prochain, aurait pour conséquence de rendre sans protection fédérale l'avortement, qui pourrait devenir illégal dans environ la moitié des cinquante Etats américains. Les États où il resterait légal pourraient accueillir les Américaines sans accès à l'IVG dans leur Etat et ayant les moyens de faire le voyage. Les démocrates disposent d'une majorité trop étroite à la Chambre haute pour pouvoir inscrire l'accès des femmes à l'interruption volontaire de grossesse dans la loi fédérale, comme en témoigne l'échec mercredi dernier d'une tentative effectuée en ce sens au Sénat.Pourtant, une majorité d'Américains est favorable au droit à l'avortement : 61 % d'entre eux estiment que l'interruption de grossesse devrait être légale « dans tous les cas » ou « dans la plupart des cas », selon l'institut Pew Research Center. « Le fait qu'il n'y ait pas d'exception en cas de viols et d'inceste, est impopulaire même chez les républicains », remarque Robert Erikson, professeur de Science politique à l'Université de Columbia. Les démocrates espèrent en faire le sujet principal des élections de mi-mandat, en novembre prochain. « Je crois que le droit d'une femme à choisir est fondamental », a déclaré Joe Biden au lendemain de cette fuite. Il estime que l'avant-projet va « bien au-delà » de l'IVG, et remet potentiellement en cause « toute une série » d'autres droits, comme le mariage gay ou la contraception. Toutefois, lors des élections de mi-mandat, d'autres enjeux comme l'inflation, la stagnation de l'économie, l'insécurité et la crise migratoire mobiliseront d'autres catégories d'électeurs opposés à l'IVG ou indifférents aux droits des femmes. En outre, « ce sont des élections où les Américains votent généralement peu et le plus souvent à l'encontre du parti présidentiel », rappelle Denis Lacorne, directeur de recherche émérite à Science Po. Contrairement aux autres démocraties occidentales, les Etats-Unis n'ont jamais vu disparaître l'opposition à l'avortement après sa légalisation. Le sujet est devenu un marqueur politique structurant dans le pays.En Europe, l'avortement est interdit à Malte, où il demeure un crime qui peut en théorie expédier femmes et médecins en prison. Depuis 2020, il est radicalement limité en Pologne aux cas de viol, d'inceste ou de danger pour la vie. En Italie, il est quasiment impraticable : 67 % des gynécologues se prévalaient d'une objection de conscience en 2019 - 90 % dans certaines régions. Aux Etats-Unis, l'arrêt Roe vs Wade autorise les interruptions volontaires de grossesse jusqu'à ce que le fœtus soit viable, soit au sixième mois (24 semaines), contre trois mois et demi en France, soit 14 semaines, comme en Espagne. En Irlande comme en Allemagne, la limite se situe à 12 semaines.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Focus Group with Sarah Longwell
Pennsylvania: "Is He Full of Sh*t?" (with Holly Otterbein)

The Focus Group with Sarah Longwell

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 47:46


 The Pennsylvania Senate race might just be the craziest of 2022. There's a Bernie guy who looks like a Trump guy (Lt. Gov. John Fetterman) and a Trump guy who looks like a Biden guy (Dave McCormick). There's also Doctor Oz and an ultra-ultra-MAGA candidate surging late. POLITICO's Philadelphia-based national political reporter Holly Otterbein joins Sarah to listen to voters make sense of this madness. Want to listen without ads? Bulwark+ members get exclusive access to the ad-free version of The Focus Group. Learn more: https://plus.thebulwark.com/p/how-do-i-add-a-bulwark-member-only?s=w Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Green & Red: Podcasts for Scrappy Radicals
The End of Roe vs. Wade: Reproductive Rights and Direct Action ft. Hope w/ Shutdown DC (G&R 161)

Green & Red: Podcasts for Scrappy Radicals

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 36:58


Last week, a draft of a brief overturning Roe v. Wade was leaked to Politico causing an uproar in many sectors. This decision will put the health and safety of millions of women in jeopardy. Predictably, the establishment focused on catching the leaker. Outrage hit Twitter. And the left hit the streets. In a series of episodes, Green and Red will focus on how grassroots direct action and mutual aid groups are organizing in the wake of this political tidal wave. Before Roe, we saw underground movements to support women seeking abortions. After the 1973 ruling on Roe, we saw grassroots activists doing clinic defense in the face of violent right wing protests that included assassination of abortion providers and clinic bombings. Now as we're looking at a time where Roe could be overturned, we're going to be talking over the next couple of episodes about what's next for direct action and mutual aid at the end of Roe vs Wade. This past week, demonstrations at the homes of Supreme Court justices led to ruling class and liberal denouncements of protests. The Senate immediately passed a resolution to give extra security to justices (there is no gridlock in protecting the ruling class). In our latest episode, Scott talks with Hope with Shutdown DC (@ShutDown_DC). Shutdown DC has been organizing actions at the Supreme Court, at the homes of Supreme Court justices and supporting the neighbors of these justices who have led regular actions at the homes for a long time. They also discussed the impact of the overturning of Roe, the future of direct action once it's happened and what's next in the coming weeks and months on this issue. Hope is a public health student in Washington, DC. Her areas of study include pregnancy, parenting and family planning as well as understanding and combating health misinformation and disinformation. She is originally from Southern Ohio and has been involved in defending abortion access since 2015. Hope loves skill building, training and storytelling and supports movements for climate justice, racial justice, healthcare access and of course, abortion rights as a communications team member, art builder and street medic. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Outro// "End of My Bloodline (Remix) by the Screaming Females with Moor Mother and Sammus Links// National Abortion Funds: https://abortionfunds.org/ DC Abortion Fund: https://abortionfunds.org/ Shutdown DC: https://www.shutdowndc.org/ The Nation: F*&k Civility! (https://bit.ly/37HCwfY) Follow Green and Red// https://linktr.ee/greenandredpodcast Check out our new website: https://greenandredpodcast.org/ Join our Discord Party: https://discord.gg/dF99bJNb Donate to Green and Red Podcast// Become a recurring donor at https://www.patreon.com/greenredpodcast Or make a one time donation here: https://bit.ly/DonateGandR This is a Green and Red Podcast (@PodcastGreenRed) production. Produced by Bob (@bobbuzzanco) and Scott (@sparki1969). “Green and Red Blues" by Moody. Editing by Isaac.

Understand SC
What will happen in SC if Roe v. Wade is overturned

Understand SC

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 17:35


On May 2, the D.C. news outlet Politico published a draft opinion of a Supreme Court decision that would overturn Roe v. Wade.An actual decision has not been issued. What was leaked was a draft, written by Justice Samuel Alito, but, in the days since it was published, people have sprung into action. Some South Carolina Republicans are pushing to pass more aggressive abortion legislation. Abortion providers in the state are preparing for a six-week ban on abortions that's currently blocked in the courts to potentially go into effect as soon as this summer.This week, we're talking about what would happen in South Carolina if Roe v. Wade is overturned.More coverage: SC legislators could consider banning abortion in a special session after justices ruleSC Republicans poised to impose stricter abortion bans if Roe v. Wade is overturnedMike Pence to condemn abortion in SC as Supreme Court suggests Roe v. Wade overturnUnderstand SC: Lawmakers poised to pass bill banning most abortions in SCUnderstand SC is a weekly podcast from The Post and Courier that draws from the reporting resources and knowledge of our newsroom to help you better understand South Carolina. Are there any stories you'd like to hear on the show? Contact us at understandsc@postandcourier.com.This episode was hosted and edited by Emily Williams and featured reporter Nick Reynolds.

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing
May 13, 2022: SCOOP: Behind the McCarthy subpoena

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 5:42


When GOP Rep. Liz Cheney decided to risk everything politically and serve on Nancy Pelosi's newly created Jan. 6 investigative panel in the spring of last year, she made something of a vow to herself, according to people close with the Wyoming Republican: She would follow the facts wherever they went, and privately press for the panel to leave no stone unturned to get to the truth of the siege of the Capitol.  No half-baked probes. No shrinking away from key witnesses, as Democrats had done in their past impeachments of Donald Trump. If she was going to do this, she was going to go all the way — even as some members of the panel, we heard back then, didn't even want to investigate Trump's actions that day. On Thursday, Washington saw the latest fruits of Cheney's labor, when the Jan. 6 committee shocked This Town and subpoenaed five House GOP lawmakers to testify — including the likely next speaker of the House, Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.). Well-placed sources tell us that Cheney — who was booted from her post as No. 3 Republican in the House one year to the day before the subpoenas were issued — was among those pressing hardest for this move, arguing that these GOP members had relevant information and they couldn't just let them skirt without questioning. Listen to Playbook Deep Dive: ‘He absolutely betrayed me': Steve Schmidt tells all about John McCain Raghu Manavalan is the Host of POLITICO's Playbook. Jenny Ament is the Executive Producer of POLITICO Audio.  

POLITICO Energy
Biden scraps Alaska, Gulf of Mexico offshore oil lease sales

POLITICO Energy

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 6:52


The Interior Department canceled its remaining offshore oil and gas lease sales for the year, escalating a fight with Republicans and the oil and gas industry. POLITICO's Ben Lefebvre explains why the Biden administration made this move now and the political fallout.   Josh Siegel is an energy reporter for POLITICO.  Ben Lefebvre is an energy reporter for POLITICO.  Nirmal Mulaikal is a POLITICO audio host-producer.  Raghu Manavalan is a senior editor for POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the executive producer of POLITICO's audio department.

First Light
First Light - Friday, May 13, 2022

First Light

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 20:57


A House panel issued subpoenas Thursday to House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy and four other GOP lawmakers in its probe into the violent Jan. 6 insurrection, an extraordinary step that has little precedent and is certain to further inflame partisan tensions over the 2021 attack. Clayton Neville reports.  President Joe Biden appealed to world leaders at a COVID-19 summit Thursday to reenergize a lagging international commitment to attacking the virus as he led the U.S. in marking the “tragic milestone” of 1 million deaths in America. He ordered flags lowered to half-staff and warned against complacency around the globe. John Stolnis has that for us. Kevin Carr gives us his take on the remake of "Firestarter". Jerry Konter of the National Association of Home Builders tells us how supply chain issues are causing trouble for the home building industry.  And Meredith McGraw of Politico joins us to talk about a game of political chicken - who will announce their 2024 presidential candidacy first? Donald Trump or Joe Biden? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bestiario Politico
Bestiario Politico 45. La compra de Twitter, primarias presidenciales en Venezuela. Parte 2

Bestiario Politico

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 60:36


En este episodio 45 (que es la segunda parte del 44) continuamos la discusión sobre la compra de twitter por Musk y analizamos el tema de las primarias presidenciales en Venezuela y el estado de la política, para culminar con tremendas recomendaciones y una discusión sorpresa.

Bestiario Politico
Bestiario Politico 44. Guerra en Ucrania, la compra de Twitter y un nuevo orden mundial. Parte 1

Bestiario Politico

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 45:21


En el episodio 44 grabamos y decidimos hacer 2 episodios sobre el nuevo orden mundial, la compra de twitter por Musk, la guerra en Ucrania y el estado electoral de parte del mundo.

We The People
The Dobbs v. Jackson Case – Part 3

We The People

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 55:07


On May 2, Politico published a leaked draft of Justice Samuel Alito's majority opinion in the pending case Dobbs v. Women's Health Organization. The draft opinion in Dobbs overrules the precedents Roe v. Wade andPlanned Parenthood v. Casey, which hold that women have the constitutional right to seek pre-viability abortions. In this episode, professors Mary Ziegler of UC Davis Law School and O. Carter Snead of Notre Dame Law School join once again to unpack the constitutional reasoning in Justice Alito's draft, and the implications for the future of abortion rights in America and the future of Court as an institution in the aftermath of the leaked opinion. Jeffrey Rosen moderates.  Last year, we had two episodes about this case, before and after oral arguments, so be sure to listen to those if you haven't – available here: Part 1 and Part 2. Questions or comments about the show? Email us at podcast@constitutioncenter.org. Continue today's conversation on Facebook and Twitter using @ConstitutionCtr. Sign up to receive Constitution Weekly, our email roundup of constitutional news and debate, at bit.ly/constitutionweekly.

We the People
The Dobbs v. Jackson Case – Part 3

We the People

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 55:07


On May 2, Politico published a leaked draft of Justice Samuel Alito's majority opinion in the pending case Dobbs v. Women's Health Organization. The draft opinion in Dobbs overrules the precedents Roe v. Wade andPlanned Parenthood v. Casey, which hold that women have the constitutional right to seek pre-viability abortions. In this episode, professors Mary Ziegler of UC Davis Law School and O. Carter Snead of Notre Dame Law School join once again to unpack the constitutional reasoning in Justice Alito's draft, and the implications for the future of abortion rights in America and the future of Court as an institution in the aftermath of the leaked opinion. Jeffrey Rosen moderates.  Last year, we had two episodes about this case, before and after oral arguments, so be sure to listen to those if you haven't – available here: Part 1 and Part 2. Questions or comments about the show? Email us at podcast@constitutioncenter.org. Continue today's conversation on Facebook and Twitter using @ConstitutionCtr. Sign up to receive Constitution Weekly, our email roundup of constitutional news and debate, at bit.ly/constitutionweekly.

C-SPAN Radio - Washington Today
WH, House mark 1 million U.S. COVID-19 deaths

C-SPAN Radio - Washington Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 47:07


Today's program looks at one million U.S. COVID-19 deaths with Politico's Myah Ward (4), Senate confirming Fed Chair Powell to 2nd term and Jan 6 Attack Investigative Committee subpoenas give House Republicans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Noticentro
Insiste AMLO en no asistir a la Cumbre de las Américas

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 2:00


Insiste AMLO en no asistir a la Cumbre de las Américas Kenia López, y Santiago Torreblanca solicitaron iniciar juicio político contra Claudia SheinbaumPide Estados Unidos que todos los países ayuden a financiar el programa del Banco Mundial

The Brian Lehrer Show
Parents Grapple with Baby Formula Shortage

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 17:06


Helena Bottemiller Evich, senior food and agriculture reporter at Politico, joins to discuss what's behind the nationwide shortage of baby formula and how parents can seek help.

First News with Jimmy Cefalo
05-12-22 Courting Hispanic Voters

First News with Jimmy Cefalo

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 6:00


Marc Caputo, formerly of the Herald and Politico is now a National Political Reporter for NBC News *Follow him on Twitter: @MarcACaputo

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing
May 12, 2022: Why Democrats don't actually ‘control' the Senate

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 5:15


This week was another reminder that while Democrats “control” the Senate, they don't actually control the Senate. - Covid relief was cut from the Ukraine aid bill. - A national law to codify abortion protections — should the Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade — came nowhere close to the 60 votes needed to advance it. And the 50 votes it would take to nuke the filibuster and pass the abortion rights law are also unavailable to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. More from Alice Miranda Ollstein and Marianne LeVine If there are serious negotiations underway to pass a Build Back Better 2.0 in advance of the midterms, they are a well-kept secret. Subscribe to the POLITICO Playbook newsletter Raghu Manavalan is the Host of POLITICO's Playbook. Jenny Ament is the Executive Producer of POLITICO Audio

POLITICO Energy
Natural gas prices rise, putting Biden in a bind

POLITICO Energy

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 7:01


The Biden administration has been trying for months to dodge the political shotgun blast of high oil prices. But now comes the other barrel: natural gas prices. POLITICO's Ben Lefebvre explains.   Josh Siegel is an energy reporter for POLITICO.  Ben Lefebvre is an energy reporter for POLITICO.  Nirmal Mulaikal is a POLITICO audio host-producer.  Raghu Manavalan is a senior editor for POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the executive producer of POLITICO's audio department.

Objections: With Adam Klasfeld
A Scholar's View of Supreme Court Leaks—and Why Chief Justice Roberts Presides Over an 'Accountability-Free Zone' (Feat. Steven Lubet)

Objections: With Adam Klasfeld

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 31:11


Despite the aftershocks of Politico obtaining and publishing a draft majority opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade, monumental Supreme Court leaks have a history dating back centuries.Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law Professor Steven Lubet unpacks that tradition on the latest episode of Law&Crime's podcast "Objections: with Adam Klasfeld" and explains why he believes the chief shares some responsibility for what he calls the Supreme Court's "accountability-free zone."The Supreme Court is the only one in the United States never to have adopted a code of conduct, and it has remained silent in the face of controversies involving justices, on the left and right.In the episode, Lubet traces the development of the first U.S. judicial code of ethics to former President and ex-Chief Justice William Howard Taft, and he explains efforts after Watergate to make those guidelines mandatory, rather than aspirational. He also unpacks ongoing efforts in Congress that would require the Supreme Court to develop an ethics code, create new mechanisms for recusal, and expand access to court proceedings through live-streams.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

BMitch & Finlay
Tiger vs. Phil, Ben White, Ticks in DC

BMitch & Finlay

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 37:03


Hour 2 - 00:00 - Charles Barkley says Phil Mickelson is more "Fun" than Tiger Woods, 18:40 - Ben White from Politico talks inflation, 31:29 - Ticks that cause meat allergies are coming to DC

Rational Security
The “Live Action Rational Security” Edition

Rational Security

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 69:00


This week, Quinta and Scott were joined by RatSec 1.0 host emeritus Benjamin Wittes to talk through the week's big national security news stories, including: “Sharing is Caring.” Earlier this week, an unnamed senior U.S. official indicated that the United States is providing targeting information to Ukrainian forces–only to have other officials walk back that assertion almost immediately. What is actually happening? And why is the Biden administration so paranoid about discussing it openly?“The Chief's Thief.” Recent revelations have shown that former Chief of Staff Mark Meadows played an integral role in leading efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 elections in the lead up to the Jan. 6 insurrection. But the Justice Department still has taken no steps toward prosecuting him for contempt of Congress for refusing to fully comply with the Jan. 6 committee's investigation. What should we make of Meadows? And what should be done about him?“Trolling Alone.” Incidents of harassment and hostility are an increasingly commonplace feature of our political discourse, particularly for public officials working on hot button issues. What should we make of this breakdown in civility? What causes it? And where may it lead?For object lessons, Quinta passed along Susan Dominus's eye-opening piece on “The Nightmare of Being a Surrogate Mother in the Ukraine War.” Scott recommended NASA's amazing virtual tour of the solar system to all his fellow stargazers (as well as astronomer Paul Byrne's amazing Twitter account). And Ben announced a new podcast experiment he is launching: live discussions with Ukrainians living on the front lines.Plus here are a few other stories we mentioned or recommended:Politico's piece on the Jan. 6 committee's focus on junior aides and staff;Frank Michelman's classic law review article “Law's Republic”;Radiolab's piece on Israel and the global surrogacy industry, “Birthstory”Be sure to visit our show page at www.lawfareblog.com and to follow us on Twitter at @RatlSecurity. We lightly edited and re-posted this episode to eliminate an offensive term that one of our co-hosts used inadvertently. For an explanation and apology, see his Tweet thread here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Beards & Bible Podcast
Roe vs. Wade, Abortion, and a Question of Logic- is Abortion Murder and an Unborn Child a Human?

Beards & Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 75:16


On May 2, 2022, Politico published a leaked draft opinion authored by Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, appearing to be the majority opinion for the case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization. The case deals with the constitutionality of a 2018 Mississippi state law that banned abortion operations after the first 15 weeks of pregnancy. If the ruling stands, it would overturn Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, which would allow U.S. states to determine the legality of abortions for themselves. Analysts predict that abortion would immediately be banned in 23 states and territories if this happens. Meanwhile, the debate surrounding abortion seems to have been re-sparked. The issue for many has less to do with the life of unborn children, and has more to do with concepts, “women's rights”, or “reproductive choice”. In fact, the issue of abortion itself has been so reframed that honest, productive, logical dialogue about the issue itself becomes almost impossible. To oppose abortion is to be anti-woman, or even pro-rape. But if we just stripped away all the controversy, vitriol, and red herring arguments- logically speaking, what are the ethics of terminating a pregnancy? Is an unborn fetus a human being? Why are so many Christians against abortion? And why are so many other folks for it?

20 Minutes with Bronwyn
How to Talk about Reproductive Freedom: My Conversation with Dina Montemarano

20 Minutes with Bronwyn

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 41:58


I was NOT planning on dropping this episode until much later in the summer, but within a few days of recording this conversation, a draft opinion on the overturning of Roe vs. Wade was leaked to Politico. My intention from the beginning was to talk with an expert about the language around reproductive freedom. Because here's what I know for sure:  Women cannot compete economically and/or provide for our families if we lose our right to determine when (or whether) to have children. I don't know any other way to say it.  And yet somehow, despite the simple truth of this statement, we're at the precipice of losing that right. It makes me wonder if we've been talking about this all wrong. So … to help take us deeper into the language and messaging of reproductive freedom (and how we might protect it), my guest this week is Dina Montemarano, Research Director at NARAL Pro-Choice America, where she leads messaging, opposition, and disinformation-focused research on abortion access and the anti-choice movement.  Prior to NARAL, Dina worked on Senator Warren's and Vice President Harris' Presidential campaigns, and at Global Health Strategies, where she managed global health communication programs for the Gates Foundation. She has a BA from the University of Notre Dame and a Masters in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School. Dina is a wonder woman, and was incredibly kind and patient with me while I had a good cry during this conversation. To find out how you can donate to pro-choice candidates in the midterms, here is a list of political candidates working to protect reproductive freedom in the US. One small note … for reasons beyond my ken, you have to have already donated to NARAL to be able to use this system. Just donate as little as $1 to NARAL and then you'll be able to use this link effectively and efficiently to support multiple candidates doing this incredibly important work. As always, the most powerful thing you can do is VOTE. Do NOT sit out midterms. Vote for candidates that prioritize women's health. We are not a special niche interest group. We make up half of the population. Stay strong. Shine on.   https://bit.ly/NARAL_LINK  

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing
May 11, 2022: Inside SCOTUS, and Trump's first 2022 loss

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 4:02


Former President Donald Trump goes 1-for-2 on primary day in Nebraska and West Virginia.  And new reporting from inside the Supreme Court, via Josh Gerstein, Alexander Ward and Ryan, as the nine justices are set to gather Thursday for the first time since POLITICO published the draft opinion overturning Roe: “Justice Samuel Alito's sweeping and blunt draft majority opinion from February overturning Roe remains the court's only circulated draft in the pending Mississippi abortion case, POLITICO has learned, and none of the conservative justices who initially sided with Alito have to date switched their votes. No dissenting draft opinions have circulated from any justice, including the three liberals. Subscribe to the POLITICO Playbook newsletter Raghu Manavalan is the Host of POLITICO's Playbook. Jenny Ament is the Executive Producer of POLITICO Audio.

Skullduggery
The Leak & Battle Over Abortion (w/ Josh Gerstein & Carolyn Shapiro)

Skullduggery

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 74:08


Politico dropped a bombshell story that stung the political and legal world last week after obtaining a leaked draft opinion written by Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito that would appear to be an overturning of Roe v Wade, the 1973 opinion that gave women the constitutional right to abortion. The story was astonishing on multiple levels. It showed that a majority of the court was in fact preparing to discard a core freedom that has been relied on by American women for nearly half a century. But it was also the first time anybody can remember when a draft opinion report had been leaked and published before the court had announced it, making POLITICO's story the mega-scoop of the year if not decade. Josh Gerstein, one of two POLITICO reporters who broke the story, joins to discuss. Then, Carolyn Shapiro, a former clerk to retiring Justice Stephen Breyer weighs in on how the court has operated and may operate differently in the future. GUESTS:Josh Gerstein (@joshgerstein), Senior Legal Affairs Reporter, POLITICOCarolyn Shapiro (@cshaplaw), Law prof & co-director, @ISCOTUS @ChicagoKentLawHOSTS:Michael Isikoff (@Isikoff), Chief Investigative Correspondent, Yahoo NewsDaniel Klaidman (@dklaidman), Editor in Chief, Yahoo NewsVictoria Bassetti (@VBass), fellow, Brennan Center for Justice (contributing co-host)RESOURCES:Yahoo News/YouGov Poll on the current confidence of Supreme Court - Here.Yahoo News piece the day the leak was reported - Here.Follow us on Twitter: @SkullduggeryPodListen and subscribe to "Skullduggery" on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.Email us with feedback, questions or tips: SkullduggeryPod@yahoo.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.