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I thought I'd never say this the 1000 FM this jockey that -- our legal eagle the goalie I am sorry about why program I don't know what that means -- -- had had a that that legal eagle again threatened.
-- I like a little bit of our exultant.
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The Eagles -- little more charming than an ego that's true ridiculous sort of I was attacked by eagle when I was -- -- -- only you I'm not attacking go right -- it.
Anyway nice to see this morning there's lots going on in the legal community of course you know all that stuff must not only that Kagan reversed.
It will this be the most political.
Cross examination of her of all the nominees so -- just because of where we are in this country.
Well of course I mean -- you've got the elections coming up in November that both sides are gonna want to use this nomination to get.
You know whenever they're legal philosophy -- out there.
And -- -- see a lot of look Alina Kagan sort of a Bobble head you know she was down at.
Just smiling and just wish I can't say they're like why would she -- -- don't know what it was so ironic though with that fifteen years ago in one of the few argue articles that she's written.
She wrote as you know that Supreme Court nominations -- bat but in shallow at least you be getting out there and and thank you tables in their judicial -- what does she was right now.
I think she is -- but it's.
But politically it's and completely and in the -- and what she'll want to do an answer she's been advised to do.
It's just Bobble head your way through and give as many in the short answers that she can suck it up basically suck up and say I'm just going to be middle of the road network -- which is exactly what she said yesterday.
And not say anything controversial well last thing she wants to create an issue for herself she -- -- and inevitably they get to abortion.
I mean that would be the key role vs wade I mean that she's not gonna say how she would come down that -- because the children expert says they all -- to be fair they all say this.
That is an issue that could be come before me.
As a Supreme Court justice I cannot tell you my position now it's evident it's a -- on so it is on -- But also look for her will be interesting is Sotomayor did the same thing except her answers went on -- my right -- -- Al hunt an -- -- and say okay you're up doing.
Don't -- just saying saying -- many words but not really you know getting to the crux of the matter and -- -- -- doing.
Let's not about the gun issue because I think you know -- came up yesterday and Supreme Court 54 ruling right -- that.
I've reminded actually this morning you know people and soccer games at 21 but yet that's -- -- -- -- -- him.
What does it mean.
Not a whole lot right now I mean I think it's been really sort of you know blown up over the last 24 hours pardon upon.
All it really says is that the state of the law applies to the state gun law out the gun laws apply to the states as well as the -- with the Supreme Court said two years ago that it applied to defenseman in the DC district.
So now what the states can do -- they would like to if they want to impose strict gun laws.
Is on -- -- against China lie detector test drive lie detector test -- acute.
Give fingerprints they'll make you give away your first born child -- about -- Yeah but don't -- slowly -- burdens -- hurdles that it's not gonna make it all poking out described by -- or does it mean to the guy who lady -- man who's home now with the guns somewhere.
Legally well that their spots offensively they've gotten it already legally -- the court -- just -- -- that you know if it's for defense.
That the Second Amendment does apply to individuals through the fourteenth amendment of due process and that's really what the court.
The legal -- said and it's.
You know to be fair it's been an issue that's -- debate debated for dozens of years does the Second Amendment applied just the militia.
Which is one way of Reading -- -- It is it's absolutely one -- medium -- illegally -- -- the lawyers love doing this -- language is looking ridiculous and -- -- hard as -- and the Supreme Court says no it's meant to actually applied to individuals in the course defending themselves somehow the founding fathers got all this right at the very end of the -- right I guess -- if we keep you know screwing it up and interpret it and yeah and and some they would end of the big issues can Don -- keep his guns.
That's that's what I compound that you Mexico about an eight analysts say -- -- bode villain in this as well together frightened -- so I don't know about the -- can you could have success.
There's always funny.
Oh yeah product couple and for you today this is one out of El Reno Oklahoma.
86 year old grandmother.
She was on the rest of respiratory panel later.
Her grandson came into the house she wasn't taking medicines that we call my mom once again ET I had -- -- And I got fired up -- Big Ten cops show up.
And they -- either.
The -- this 86 year old grandmother I'm thinking.
Trying to revive her -- if they don't take I'll take you can put it opened -- about the -- I mean.
There are -- going on and murderers happening and you send ten cops the home of an 86 year old grandmother -- -- -- -- -- town obviously I guess we don't Oakland.
Home on that you know -- it should be doing something else they find my nine.
She wasn't Tate died just think 96.
And great for her yet but not so great from the other passengers -- man.
-- -- What you arriving -- yeah.
-- lets you guys that -- in his.
That is I don't want to say these are some things have gone right I think I would say -- all -- children well.
Yet I moved closer to colosio was company -- not a -- obviously for that yeah one day you can dissing the ninety's secure over no you can't it's a distinct users are apparently -- interest that it.
-- hope it leads to people understand when the is that when these issues come out.
Two people you think really understand.
The law -- the Supreme Court means what local laws mean what the immigration law means compared to what the national laws are or do they do what they depend on seriously audited.
And -- -- to depend on the news they depend on on the news to distill nobody's going to read.
As people even.
I think immigration law didn't really hit it hit the F -- so you can expect everybody to have read that they're going.
To read that newspapers watch television and it depends on where you go for your news look kind of headlines you're going to get.
And I would say though that you know the law is an -- Kagan actually spoke about this law is really about stories.
And growing up that the daughter of a lawyer and a teacher and the one rule we have the house was you have to be home for dinner whether it was spinach and left of the matter.
Sit there sit there at 5 o'clock and tell stories about today and what I realize of course many years later -- that.
Stories that my dad was telling them about being prosecutors all apples -- stories about real people you know and when I was in law school than to.
Can he get these big heavy books.
Just again remembered the stories about people -- -- The movie big fish ever -- that movie now I have only got you know I think I don't know -- -- -- -- the other guy he told all my outrageous I always turns out there were all true okay.
By the way William Douglas and big student of his death -- -- I read that 900 page book and found out some things in my granddad was his personal -- -- I loved him and attitudinal idea Columbia Cumberland and thanks for coming on you've got to and play some things including -- out for us it's so nice that somebody can actually.
Explain these things and I think it's something that's everybody's concerned about who -- So fresh he's only concerned about himself alone nobody click through Ireland from the -- -- -- got a -- that's what we like to have the -- thank -- path.
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