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2/16/18 - Mark Levin Audio Rewind
One Friday’s Mark Levin show, twice, people saw something, said something, and the FBI blew it! How in the world could the FBI miss 2 leads on Nikolas Cruz? We have been pummeled by the gun control activists and others like Jimmy Kimmel who blame President Trump for this. None of that matters ...
2/12/18 - Mark Levin Audio Rewind
On Monday’s Mark Levin Show, The Washington swamp has had a busy month with the budget, infrastructure, and amnesty. The budget passed is the swampiest swamp budget ever passed. Our military needed a shot in the arm after the Barack Obama/Mitch McConnell-led sequestration, but the vast majority of ...
Gorsuch 'Not Afraid to Say What He Thinks,' GOP Senator Says
unworthy or unbecoming a senator.” McConnell’s objection argued that Warren reading King’s letter and a statement from Ted Kennedy on the floor were unsuitable for Senate debate, and thus fit the bill for prohibition under Rule XIX. Daines said that while
The Story Behind the Arcane Senate Rule Used to Silence Elizabeth Warren
Senator.” He claimed that her quoting various statements from other people on Sen. Sessions -- including the late Sen. Ted Kennedy , who called the Alabama Republican a “disgrace,” and the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s widow, Coretta Scott King, who wrote
Elizabeth Warren Silenced in Senate After Reading Quote Calling Jeff Sessions 'Disgrace'
Warren, D-Massachusetts, was quoting the late Sen. Ted Kennedy 's remarks from Sessions' 1986 hearing for a federal judgeship ..... had invoking rule XIX was related to a quotation from Sen. Ted Kennedy that called the nominee a disgrace to the Justice Department
Supporters Tweet #LetLizSpeak After Elizabeth Warren Silenced on Senate Floor
nominee Jeff Sessions, a U.S. senator from Alabama. The Massachusetts senator had referenced comments that the late Sen. Ted Kennedy , D-Mass., and the late Coretta Scott King, wife of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., made in 1986 when Sessions, then
Senate Votes to Block Warren from Speaking After Criticizing AG Nominee Sessions
Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.). Warren questioned Sessions' record on civil rights by quoting words from the late Sen. Ted Kennedy during the 1986 debate over Sessions’ nomination to be a federal judge. “He is, I believe, a disgrace to the justice department