Sat.Aug 19, 2017

Episode 88 – Beatles, Talking Squirrels and Footballer Skins

Gordon P. Firemark

Show notes are located at [link]. The Latest episode of my Entertainment Law podcast, Entertainment Law Update , is now available for your enjoyment. Listen here, or subscribe and download in your favorite podcast listening app. Here's what we talked about… Podcasting Patent Invalidation upheld by appeals Court (quick take). Beatles Concert Film Ownership Challenge – Judge Rules for Beatles. John Oliver v.

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Donald Trump wrong that Charlottesville counter-protesters didn't have a permit

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Frederick Douglas speaking about President Andrew Jackson, a murderous perpetrator of genocide who Trump so admires he has a picture of him behind his desk. Think "Trail of Tears" folk. Frederick Douglas was speaking about him. If the shoe fits Trump.

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Frederick Douglas speaking about President Andrew Jackson, a murderous perpetrator of genocide who Trump so admires he has a picture of him behind his desk. Think "Trail of Tears" folk. Frederick Douglas was speaking about him. If the shoe fits Trump.

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Trump's evangelical panel remains intact as others disband. Here are his religious cheerleaders | US news | The Guardian

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"Donald Trump was forced to disband two business advisory councils and an infrastructure panel after some of America’s most prominent business leaders fled their posts, protesting against Trump’s statements appeasing white nationalist marchers at the weekend rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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The Test of Nazism That Trump Failed - The New York Times

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1, I am the least anti-Semitic person that you’ve ever seen in your entire life. 2, racism, the least racist person.” So the president said at a news conference in February. These words left me uneasy. A moment ago, as I was looking at photographs of young men in Charlottesville, Va.,

Joint Chiefs Denounce Racism After Trump's Comments : The Two-Way : NPR

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"Members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff — high-ranking military officials who advise the president — appeared to distance themselves from President Trump by publicly condemning racism in the aftermath of Trump's comments about the attack in Charlottesville.

Trump's racial attitudes have been no secret CEOs and lawmakers have broken with Trump over his Charlottesville response, but this isn't the first time he's stoked racial divisions. All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC

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All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC

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This is what I have been saying since he first amounted he was investigating President Obama's birthplace in 2011-2012. Trump has always been a racist. I remember from my college days in 1973. Everyone who voted for him is a racist.

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All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC

Why Trump’s Charlottesville response won’t hurt him with a key chunk of his base - The Washington Post - Evangelicals Christians Continue To Demonstrate That They Are Little More Than Hypocritical Pharisees

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Evangelicals Christians Continue To Demonstrate That They Are Little More Than Hypocritical Pharisees "A new poll out today finds that President Trump continues to earn high marks from a key part of the Republican base: white evangelicals. The poll, from the Public Religion Research Institute, finds that 65 percent of white evangelicals have a favorable view of Trump. What’s more, they are “among the most resistant to the idea of impeachment,” with 79 percent of them opposing it." '.As

Evangelical Racism Is Not a Growth Strategy - NYTimes.com

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"A recent open letter to the Christian evangelical church, signed by a wide array of Asian-American scholars and Christian practitioners, complained of numerous racially offensive incidents in evangelical circles. In yet another sign of callousness, Asian-Americans were initially told, in effect, to ‘get over it.’ Instead, it is U.S. white Christians who must ‘get over’ their whiteness and their failure to see the already changed face of Christian faith.

President Jabberwock and the Jewish Right

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"In the department of small violins, consider the moral embarrassment, after Charlottesville, Va., of right-of-center Jews who voted for Donald Trump in the election and remained — at least until last week — broadly supportive of his presidency. I don’t mean Jared Kushner, who is beyond embarrassment. I also don’t mean the economics czar Gary Cohn and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.

Civil rights panel faults Trump policies on asset seizures, voting rights, transgender military ban

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Civil rights panel faults Trump policies on asset seizures, voting rights, transgender military ban The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights launched a multipronged critique of the Trump administration Friday, disapproving of new stances on voting rights, transgender people in the military, and asset forfeiture.