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CSPAN
Aug 13, 2014 9:43am EDT
george washington it was founded. he appointed the first 13 u.s. marshalls in the 13 colonies. >> today the preds still appoints the 94 u.s. marshalls confirmed by the senate. you would think in law enforcement that would change, it hasn't. as is our director and deputy director. >> thank you so much. >> one more. >> we've got a couple more. >> i'm just curious on a spouse perspective, what is it like in the day in the life of a spouse. >> i'm curious too, sir. thank you for asking that question. hand her the microphone. >> you're not the first one that asked me that question. you know what, i'm the type of person that i don't really think about it, and i just don't think about what he does. i keep myself busy, but when i do think about it, i kind of freak out. i mean, he's always really good at keeping in touch and, you know, kind of saying where they were, what they were doing, but there were a few times that he wasn't calling and you know that various things, incidents have happened, whether they even got in a car accident, somebody was taken to the hospital. so it was one of those t
CSPAN
Aug 12, 2014 10:43pm EDT
enforcement agency in the country when did that she'd start? >> september, 1789 by george washington. he appointed the first 13 u.s. marshals. >> the president still appoints the u.s. marshals confirmed by the senate. if you would thin think in law t that would change as the director and the deputy direct director. >> we have a couple more. >> i'm just curious from the spouse perspective what is it like? >> i'm curious also, sir. thank you for asking the question. in her the microphone. i'm the type of person i don't really think about it and i don't think about what he does. i keep myself busy but when i do think about it i kind of forget. he was always good at keeping in touch and what they are and what they were doing but there were a few times that he wasn't calling and you know that is the things that happened whether they got in a car accident or somebody, you know, was taken to the hospital so it was one of those things that when you think about it, you freak out because i am more worried about when you are in dc with the sniper case watching tv and when they were doing that chase
CSPAN
Jun 29, 2014 11:00pm EDT
of your business how i conduct my job as the commander of chief. sounds very much like george w. bush. it's not your business how i conduct my job or instruct my secretary of state to conduct foreign policy whether it is hillary clinton or john kerry into the court isn't buying it and the question now would be how do you strike the balance between the congress authority to draw the limits in the president's authority to make the final call and i don't really have a prediction. >> what court opinion would you write in the case click >> one of the advantages, there are not many but one of the advantages to having been named to the supreme court is i don't have to do that. i don't have to decide i can be an academic and hope you both about what they think which is what the book is designed to do. it's not designed to preach either by liberal friends or my conservative adversaries. it's designed to talk to both sides and help them talk to one another. so if you think that i am ducking your right. [laughter] >> during the election the "boston globe" reported that the press was in different
CSPAN
Aug 2, 2014 9:15am EDT
guy that beat me and david boyd in the bearish -- the george bush versus al gore case, described his superbly even-handed. makes me feel good when people across the spectrum say this is fair treatment of deeply divisive issues. after exploring those patterns and contradictions, the book shows that the court is in the business of undertaking not only scary but promising and innovative inquiries into how government's powers to coerce and to bribe with offers short of coercion might be limited by the constitution in areas ranging from obamacare's individual purchase mandate and its medicaid mandates to the states, please bargaining in criminal cases to laws that condition federal subsidies on the recipient's agreement to have seen the government's to and even when doing so means undermining the recipients's integrity and its ability to pursue its social mission. let me say another word about that example. in a decision that i think is overwhelmingly important but got very little attention last year, roberts, writing for the court, said that the government had no authority to tell non-go
CSPAN
Aug 13, 2014 5:23pm EDT
started? >> september -- 1789. september 24th, 1789, by george washington it was founded.washin he appointed the first 13 u.s. t marshals in the 13 collins. >>> and today the president still appoints the 94 u.s. in marshals confirmed by the senate. you would think in law enforcement that would change, it hasn't. as is our director and deputy director.t depu they are appointed by the president also. >> thank you so much. >> one more. >> we've got a couple more.ty rm >> i'm just curious on a spousem perspective, what is it like in the day in the life of a spouse. >> i'm curious too, sir. thank you for asking that question. a hand her the microphone. >> you're not the first one that asked me that question.ques you know what, i'm the type of i person that i don't really thino about it, and i just don't thin' about what he does. i keep myself busy, but when i y do think about it, i kind of freak out.y, i mean, he's always really good at keeping in touch and, you ou know, kind of saying where they they what they were doing, but there were a few times that he wasn't calling and you know t
Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7 (some duplicates have been removed)