Kim Wehle: Historic Rulings Ahead As The Supreme Court Reconvenes
The Supreme Court will begin its new term on Monday, October 4th. For the first time since the COVID crisis began, the Court will hear oral arguments in person - though the Supreme Court building remains closed to the general public. It will hear those arguments in several cases that are reflective of some of America’s deepest cultural and political divides, including cases that concern reproductive rights, gun regulation and religious freedom. And it will convene as public opinion of the Court has plummeted, with polls showing a lack of confidence and the perception that the justices are political partisans. In just the past few weeks, Justices Clarence Thomas, Stephen Breyer and Amy Coney Barrett have made public remarks aimed at convincing people that they are not politically motivated, a recognition, at the very least, that the Court is acutely aware of the possibility that their credibility has been undermined. Today on Midday on the Law, we take a look at some of the hot-button issues the Court will consider during the new session, with legal scholar Kim Wehle, a law professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law, a former Assistant US Attorney, and the author of two excellent books, How to Read the Constitution-And Why, and What You Need to Know About Voting-And Why. Kim is also the host of an Instagram show called #Simple Politics. Kim Wehle join us on our digital line from Chevy Chase, Maryland.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jan. 6th Committee's Record Requests (with Kim Wehle & Mark Hosenball)
The January 6th committee is in full swing. It has made sweeping requests for records and information as they work towards discovering what actually happened leading up to the insurrection on the US Capitol. Will the requests reveal Trump administration officials had a hand in the attack? And if so, what will become of them? Who will receive a subpoena and who will claim executive privilege? And how long will this whole process take? Mark Hosenball, investigative reporter for Reuters, talks about his latest article on the FBI's findings and Kim Wehle, Professor of Law, talks about what the consequences could or would be as it all plays out. GUESTS:Kim Wehle (@kimwehle), Professor of Law, Fmr Asst US Attorney, Author.Mark Hosenball (@Reuters), investigative correspondent at Reuters. Formally of Newsweek and Dateline NBCHOSTS: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:Jon Ward's latest Yahoo News article on Jan. 6th committee and its requests - Here.Mark Hosenball's article on FBI's findings in regards to insurrection being a coordinated attack. Here.Kim Wehle's latest article on Trump's lawyers abuse of the court system for political gain. - 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.
Mike & Nick talk with former U.S. assistant attorney, professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law, legal analyst across major networks & the author of 'How to Read the Constitution - and Why', Kim Wehle. From the recent legal news making headlines, a look at how our democracy is being fundamentally challenged through different voter rights acts in some states, why civic engagement is so important, to how Kim's IG program 'Simple Politics' gives her audience a full breakdown & understanding on a topic (sound familiar?), join us for a conversation with one of the best legal minds in the country.Become a Patreon subscriber today to get additional bonus content from this episode at - https://www.patreon.com/user?u=52915535&fan_landing=trueEmail us at email@example.com if you have a take on the topic discussed, or if you have a topic in mind you want us to discuss on the program! And follow us on social -IG - @canwepleasetalkpodcastTwitter - @CANWEPLEASTALKTikTok - @canwepleasetalkpodcastToday's episode is presented by -Omio.com - https://omio.sjv.io/c/2544961/1078765/7385 head here and enter the promo code LISTENER5 at checkout for 5% off your next purchase!Relief Factor. Try the 100% drug-free Relief Factor three-week QuickStart— a retail price of almost $70— for just $19.95! - https://bit.ly/3f5iKMoSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/can-we-please-talk. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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In this episode, Anthony talks to Jeff Stein, White House economics reporter for The Washington Post, to contrast the early days of the Trump presidency with the Biden administration, and get his take on Secretary Yellen and the economic direction of the new leadership. Trump’s new lawyers filed an impeachment response this week ahead of his second trial which starts on Tuesday. Kim Wehle, bestselling author, law professor and former Assistant US Attorney, gives Anthony her analysis on the argument and whether it will hold up in court. Finally, it has been a crazy week on Wall Street for GameStop, Robinhood, and a lot of small investors, but what happens next? Anthony is joined by Michael Khouw, investment strategist and trader on CNBC’s ‘Options Action’ to get his predictions. Follow our guests on Twitter:@JStein_WaPo @kimwehle @Michael_Khouw Follow us:@moochfm @scaramucci Sign up for our newsletter at:www.mooch.fm Podcast created & produced by Right Angles:www.right-angles.global
Legal scholar Kim Wehle: the path to a US election result
Author and constitutional scholar Kim Wehle is a professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law and a former assistant attorney. She was associate independent counsel in the Whitewater investigation into the Clintons' business affairs (where she worked alongside Supreme Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh). She is also the author of What You Need to Know About Voting and Why With Tuesday's vote in the US still in the balance, she's been considering the prospect of legal challenges to the results. So where to from here? And when can we expect to see a clear election outcome?
Chris Voss Podcast – What You Need to Know About Voting–and Why by Kim Wehle
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