Tag: Senate Judiciary committee

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson and Lenient Rulings — Tony Katz Today Podcast

On This Episode:

Don Lemon’s commentary on the SCOTUS hearing is a master-class in civic ignorance.

Charlie Kirk has been kicked off Twitter over Rachel Levine talk. Twitter is the enemy.

Right Side Broadcasting Network has been removed from YouTube. Deplatforming is a serious problem that we cannot remain silent about.

Brittney Griner, a two-time Olympic gold medalist and seven-time Women’s National Basketball Association All-Star, is still in jail in Russia.

Children cannot make their own health care decisions and they choose their own gender. We speak to Michael Walsh about his latest column, The Silence of The Lambs, which covers the long-term assault on American Culture.

Phil Mickelson has not been invited to the upcoming 2022 Masters Tournament. But that’s not the story, the story is why his has not been invited.

The Big Story:
We discuss Lindsey Graham’s line of questioning for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearing on her child pornography rulings. Her history of lenient rulings in child pornography cases is more than worthy of exploration by the Senate committee.

Democrats find these sorts of questions to be too harsh. After the organized and relentless attempts to ruin the lives of Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett during their confirmations, nothing is too harsh anymore.

A Supreme Court Justice Cannot Believe In A Living Constitution — Tony Katz Today Podcast

On This Episode:

The Babylon Bee has been suspended from Twitter for calling Rachel Levine, a biological male, a man. If a media outlet can be removed from Twitter, one that writes satire at that, none of us are safe.

The latest out of Ukraine and the state of the Russian military, and the confusing data coming out of this conflict. Can this war be won by anyone?

The threat of cyber attacks by Russia on the US. What is our response?

Former MSNBC employee, Touré and Nikole Hannah Jones on tipping and white supremacy.

The back and forth between Senators Dick Durbin and Lindsey Graham on Gitmo and military spending in today’s confirmation hearing lead to Graham walking out of the chamber.

The Big Story:

Day Two of the SCOTUS confirmation hearing of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson. Kudos to Senator Cornyn for a fantastic line of questioning about judicial activism.

On the other hand, Senator Whitehouse is using the confirmation process to opine about Dark Money. Does he really want to talk about Dark money on the Left? We would be happy to.

It’s Not Racist To Ask About Someone’s Judicial Record! — The Morning Rumble with Tony Katz

Already America is hearing that it is wrong to ask about Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson’s judicial record. Somehow, it’s an attack. Somehow, it’s inappropriate. And, somehow, it’s racist!

It’s not wrong to look at a record. Nor is it wrong to ask questions about philosophy.

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Ideological Purity Is Not More Important Than The Constitution — Tony Katz Today Podcast

On This Episode:
The Apple employee that has been charged with defrauding the company for millions of dollars.

What is the next step for Putin in his invasion of Ukraine and how does China play in?

The Babylon Bee has been locked out of their Twitter account. Why? They called a man that goes by Rachel Levine, a man.

ESPN is spreading lies about the so-called “Don’t Say Gay” bill in Florida.

The Big Story:
Supreme Court confirmation hearings begin today for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson. We listen to parts of the Senate Judiciary Committee opening statements from Senators Whitehouse, Graham, Lee, and more.
What is important when choosing a Supreme Court Justice? Ideology or the constitution? Ideological purity is not more important than the Constitution.