the first wants to leave for from the island and bainbridge island said we are going to face that talk about it. the supreme court in the decision in 1944 performed executive power by franklin roosevelt. 1983 supreme court repudiated the decision that we were wrong in 1988 i believe it was congress voted reparations for us. americans are good at best. the question was about the courts. nothing is certain but the courts have a good record protecting speech, not so good protecting constitutional equilibrium madison gave us but if the courts don't do it, no one will. >> in the scale of history for mike to give us perspective because people have been so worried about what happened particularly january 6 when he saw a violent mob deliberately disrupt peaceful transfer ofo power and proceedings, first court cases going through for those individuals but are not sure that's something the court will solve. >> the court should solve problems, the court should apply the law against the constitution. a very short walk from where we are sitting, they've now put up fences again. they put up fences.
bainbridge island said we will place that fact and talk about it and we will have immemorial. the supreme court in the caromont to decision in 1944 affirmed that use of executive power by franklin roosevelt's. 1983 supreme court repudiated the decision and said we were wrong in 1980 believe it was congress voted reparations for this injury. americans are good at this. your question was about the courts. nothing is certain. but the courts have very good record of protecting speech. nasa good in protecting the constitutional equilibrium, that madison gave us between the branches of government but if the courts don't do it, no one will. >> host: i would like you in this scale history in order to give us perspective people have been so worried about what happens particularly on january 6 when you saw a violent mob deliberately seek out to disrupt the peaceful transfer of power, official proceeding. there's court cases winding through for those individuals but i'm not sure that something the court can solve or will solve because it's such an intractable political problem. >> guest:
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