song loretta lynn ever wrote was based on something that happened in her own life or to someone she knew. the second of eight children, she was born in a i—room cabin in kentucky in 1932. the family were a 1—room cabin in kentucky in 1932. the family were dirt poor and her dad worked in the fields by day and the coal mines by nightjust to make ends meet. music was their saviour, with her mum on guitar, dad playing the banjo and loretta singing her heart out at every opportunity. when she was just 15 years old, she married oliver lynn and they stayed together when italy died nearly 50 years later despite his relentless drinking and womanising. don't come home a—drinkin' went to number one in 1956 and was followed by a raft of hit songs that were inspired by cheating husbands, divorce and alcoholism. coal miner's daughter, which told the story of her life was turned into an oscar—winning
world in which we have nonwhite representatives due to this section of the act. my misstating the history there? >> no, that's correct. black people and other people fought and died. john lewis was beaten on the bridge in selma, alabama, and weather for us to get these rights, this opportunity for states in some is instances to draw districts and which black other voters have an opportunity to elect candidates of choice. alabama is essentially trying to turn back the clock to a time where you can't even draw those districts. >> it just seems impossible to argue that under section two of the voting rights act, you can't be race conscious when that's obviously -- what am i missing about their argument here? >> you know, it's not only are obvious part of the -- remedial action. it's part of the 15th amendment. it's the only part of the constitution that manson's race, and it prohibits racial
julio had to flee the state to fully get an abortion. cincinnati enquirer reporting is today the re-538 children including 57 who were younger than 15 years old who received an abortion. if you can sense in ohio's 15 years old. so by law they were impregnated against their will. those are the real terms as we are talking about the casual get well card. i do think it's also an opportunity to reassert the neutrality about the basic principle about women having control of their own bodies, that i think is probably a winning issue for warnock even in a tightly contested state. what do you think? >> i think so as well. part of the reason that this is a tight race that you cannot underestimate the fact that herschel walker is a household name in georgia. he's a celebrity, is a hero to so many people. and there's so many people that
biden's role in the biden family business ventures around the world. not just my venture. i met with him multiple times. i think it was the daily mail that made a recording public where joe biden reaches out to hunter biden in december 2018 after the new york times had published an extensive article on cfc chairman e and how they were deploying billions of dollars around the world would different governments basically acting as the arm. >> i'd like to play that voicemail from the sitting president of the united states from joe biden to his son hunter. >> hey pal, it's dad. it's 8:15 on wednesday night. give me a call. nothing urgent. i just want to talk to. i saw the article online that's going to be printed tomorrow. i think it's clear. anyway, if you get a chance,
# well, i was born a coal miner's daughter...#. every gutwrenching song loretta lynn ever wrote was based on something that happened in her own life or to someone she knew. the second of eight children, she was born in a 1—room cabin in kentucky in 1932. her family were dirt poor and her dad worked in the fields by day and the coal mines by night just to make ends meet. music was their saviour, with her mum on guitar, her dad playing the banjo and loretta singing her heart out at every opportunity. when she was just 15 years old, she married 0liver lynn and they stayed together until he died nearly 50 years later, despite his relentless drinking and womanising. # and don't come home a—drinkin'...#. don't come home a—drinkin' went to number one in 1966 and was followed by a raft of hit songs that were inspired by cheating husbands, divorce and alcoholism.
tweet saying i love my son no matter what. on the trail walker has expressed opposition to abortion rights saying last month he'd support a national ban on abortions after 15 weeks. in may he said he would support a ban -- >> would you support more total ban on abortion if you were -- >> i have no exception in my mind. i believe in life. >> reporter: georgia democrats are approaching the allegations with caution. warnock shifting the conversation back to the policy debate over abortion. >> i'll let the pundits decide how they think it will impact the race. but i have been consistent in my view that a patient's room is too narrow and cramped for space for a woman, her doctor and the government. >> reporter: conservative activists in the peach state and the republican establishment sticking by their candidate. the national republican senatorial committee who have pumped millions into the race dismissing the story and the ensuing fallout as nonsense from
the constitution, and what the framers and the founders thought about, and when i drill down to that level of analysis, it became clear to me that the framers themselves adopted the equal protection clause, the 14th amendment, the 15th amendment, in a race conscious way, that they were in fact trying to ensure that people who had been discriminate against, the friedman, during the reconstruction period were actually brought equal to everyone else in the society. >> john mina now is one of the people who argued the case the day before the supreme court -- spent the last nine years working at the -- voting rights cases and alabama. let me first start, if you could just explain. this is a voting rights act case. second two of the voting rights act. what's the claim that you folks are making about these
efforts to make sure elon musk lives up to his word and the financing shows up at the closing so we are as close as we have been, the stock price of twitter now is very close to the bill price so fingers crossed it seems like we do finally have a deal. stars are aliaunin finally have a deal. stars are aligning a — finally have a deal. stars are aligning a little _ finally have a deal. stars are aligning a little bit _ finally have a deal. stars are aligning a little bit perhaps l aligning a little bit perhaps but interesting but it's twitter who are holding back and they want to be crossing every t and dotting every i before they can stand up and say publicly, all good. exactly. they had assigned a deal a few months ago, and in american dealmaking law, delaware law, it's almost impossible to walk away from a signed deal and elon musk was trying very hard to do that and honestly, he was having some trouble. look what's happened in the proceedings up until the trial, which is coming up in ten days or so, or 15 days,
this is any of our business at all. but herschel walker does. at least he says he does. not only has herschel walker supported south carolina senator lindsey graham's first ever national a walker abortion ban at 15 weeks, he's gone further, calling for a full federal ban. walker was asked about the u.s. senate potentially voting on a national ban on abortion and he answered by saying the absence of such a man is a problem. >> well there's not a national ban on abortion right now and i think that's a problem. keep tiktok emote things that, right now i'm for life, and i'm not making excuse. for >> there it is again life. i believe in life. now walker has also said he does not support exceptions for rape or incest and according to reporting the woman who came forward and spoke to the daily beast says she did so because of walker's hard-line stance against abortion in all cases.
january 6th hearings and listened to recordings of the people. >> the individual entering, white male about 6 feet tall, thin build, brown cowboy boots. he's got blue jeans. has a blue jean jacket and underneath the blue jean jackets the complainants saw a sock with an ar-15. they had ar clock still weapons. >> i have three men walking down the streets in fatigues carrying ar-15s. >> these were people whom the former president wanted to be let through the metal detectors for his speech because according to the testimony of cassidy hutchinson, they're not here to hurt me. they did bludgeon, beat, pepper spray, taser and pepper spray