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CIR: Rule of Law Panel #3 - Shared screen with speaker view
Tacarra Lake
29:12
Hi Fellows! Happy to see many of you here this morning! If you have questions, please feel free to type your questions in the chat.
Herb Thomas
29:42
Yes, Vicki stated my implied question accurately.
Herb Thomas
44:41
In Eisenhower’s case, there is also a back story of corporate interests pushing “Christian Nation” memes as a way to weaken remnants of the New Deal.
Virginia McCallum
51:55
an West Point and Tulsa seem different in that one is voluntary. People decide, with free will, to go to Tulsa including signing waivers. West Point was compulsory using the power of the presidency.
Linda Barker
52:39
`Leopold II removed in Amsterdam or Brussels? He was Belgian......
ariel
53:12
Brussels
Sandy Campbell
01:05:57
Keep typing your questions everyone!
Herb Thomas
01:07:19
Efforts to unscramble Trump’s violations of the Emoluments Clause seem to be at a low ebb. In his reelection campaign, he’ll use the Boeing 747 Air Force One extensively. Are there remedies? Requirements that the campaign reimburse the Air Force, for example?
Linda Barker
01:18:08
And Trump is apparently seeking federal financial support for his golf courses during this economic downturn......
Tom jtjohnson555@gmail.com
01:21:55
I don't think we can say the SpCt decided "in favor of the Dreamers." The decision, yet unread, seems to have focused on a procedural matter.
Herb Thomas
01:25:58
But is the court now going to zig to the right on Roe v. Wade and the Affordable Care Act?
ariel
01:27:01
I've got to run everyone, thank you CIR for the intriguing and informative talk! I'll be sure to tune in again
Sandy Campbell
01:27:20
Thanks Arielle!!! Until the next
VICKI HUDDLESTON
01:32:53
Obama just came out with praise for the Supreme Court
Virginia McCallum
01:38:10
Would any of the panel consider the stay of lower court challenges to trump ignoring the intent of Congress to limit funds to build the infamous wall -particularly egregious as the Constitution is clear about the right of Congress to allocate funds. Trump just decided he didn't need to accept the will of Congress and the SC seems to have agreed with him.