June 28, 2010

Tonight on Larry King Live!

Posted: 06:45 PM ET

Day one of Elena Kagan’s Supreme Court confirmation hearings. 

Republicans questioned her impartiality and her judicial experience, while Democrats sang her praises.  She’s expected to be confirmed, but how nasty will it get before she does?

Also, the Supreme Court rules that Chicago's 28-year-old ban on handgun ownerships is unconstitutional.  What will the repercussions be?

Our political panel will be picking apart all the top news of the day...what do you want to talk about?

Plus…three weeks after 7-year old Kyron Horman went missing, police still do not know where the boy is.  Does his step-mom know something that could help find him?  It’s a story that has the entire country wondering what happened to Kyron…

And we want to hear from you…

Does it make any difference that Supreme Court nominee,Elena Kagan, has never been a judge?

Sound off below!

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Smith in Oregon   June 28th, 2010 6:51 pm ET

There is simply no way the ultra-right bible thumping Republican politicians and Republican US Senators are going to vote for a lesbian US Supreme Court Jurist and will simply vote NO regardless of her large resume and qualifications.

Regardless, unless the Republican US Senators resort to a disgusting filibuster on the US Senate chambers, Elena Kagan is going to be confirmed and become America's new US Supreme Court Jurist.

I look forward to future US Supreme Court Jurist Elena Kagan putting the screws to Big Oil's US Supreme Court Chief Justice Roberts and debating him into the ground over his ultra-right conservative myopic views and rulings to special corporate interests.

Very few of the US Supreme Court Jurists were formally federal judges, some were not even attorneys. However that is not the spin nor the Herr Karl Rove buzz words from the repugnant Republican politicians attempting to torpedo this womans nomination.

Elena Kagan has a full and expansive resume making her more than qualified to become the next Supreme Court Jurist.

Smith in Oregon   June 28th, 2010 7:14 pm ET

It appears the Republican politicians attempting to disqualify Elena Kagan have literally nothing to factually relate and have collapsed to simply pounding their fists on their desks like a B rated scene from the original 'Planet of the Ape' movie!

Dodie   June 28th, 2010 8:14 pm ET

The fact that Elena Kagan has no prior judicial experience is so clearly a non-issue and using it as a proxy for something else has some concerns. The most critical issues that come before the Supreme Court are issues about the nation's "fundamental aspirations “ such as issues involving racism, capital punishment. Power of the federal government over the state governments, restrictions or limitations on freedom of speech, abortion rights, the rights of people who are accused of crimes, etc.

Qualifications’ would include methods of interpretation or legal analysis. These would include wisdom, integrity, fairness, human decency, a sense of history, abiding by values and principles that define what is best for our country. The aforementioned are not legalistic questions. They do not succumb to legal analysis or interpretive methodology. These are not skills that needed to be honed as a lower court judge, but rather fundamental questions that require part historian, part philosopher with exceptional deductive reasoning skills. Elena Kagan certainly possesses all of the aforementioned qualities.

Prior Supreme Court Justices with NO with no judicial experience

John Marshall .......appointed by Adams

Joseph Story.......appointed by James Madison

Roger Taney.......appointed by Andrew Jackson

Louis Brandeis.......appointed by Woodrow Wilson

Harlan Fiske Stone....... appointed by Calvin Coolidge

Charles Evan Hughes .......appointed by William Howard Taft

Robert Jackson.......appointed by Franklin Roosevelt

Felix Frankfurter.......appointed by Franklin Roosevelt

Earl Warren.......appointed by Dwight Eisenhower

Joe G. (Illinois)   June 28th, 2010 8:18 pm ET

How can anyone trust any of Buracs Obama picks or personal opinions regarding other people's character after Jeremy Wright (His Rev. of many decades)?

Gloria from California   June 28th, 2010 8:48 pm ET

It makes no difference. Chief Justices Earl Warren, William Rehnquist, & Justices Felix Frankfurtr & Louis Brandeis had no judical experience ~ and they were some of American's greatest & best Supreme Court Justices. Elena Kagan has other qualities, also, that serve her well. She's smart, has excellent writing skills, analyzes situations well, and knows the law being the current Solicitor General.
Being the Dean of Harvard Law school speaks to her abilities and
top-notch credentials.

Michael Armstrong Sr.   June 28th, 2010 9:02 pm ET

Hey does it really make a dog gone who is running things anymore not any of them are doing things right .

Smith in Oregon   June 28th, 2010 9:03 pm ET

Louisiana should realize it is becoming harder to feel sorry for the residents of Louisiana when they are loudly cheering the Louisiana Big Oil federal judge that overruled Obama's moratorium on deep sea Oil drilling like a State Hero.

All of America is paying and helping to fix the problem with one of Louisiana's deep sea Oil which is majority owned by BP, it is not helpful to see the entire State of Louisiana cheering 'drill baby drill' during this horrific disaster in the Gulf of Mexico.

It is not unreasonable to have Environmental impact studys and Federal emergency contingency plans issued for each offshore Oil well, currently there are over 300 offshore oil wells without either plan being received nor even submitted to the federal government.

Michael Armstrong Sr.   June 28th, 2010 9:05 pm ET

We have to find more intelegent people to run our country all these cartoon's are killing us we damd well need a great big change .

Kelly Ayers   June 28th, 2010 9:05 pm ET

I am a graduate student at UNLV majoring in Special Education. I believe Joran Van Der Sloot has a disability called Aspergers Syndrome. I think the media is not reporting the news fairly about this young man because they do not understand or are not aware of this disability. If so, I believe they would understand that these murders were not premediated and something that happend due to his disabilities. Not to excuse him from his actions but I think the public needs a better understanding of why these murders happend than what the media is reporting. Thank you for your consideration.

Michael Armstrong Sr.   June 28th, 2010 9:13 pm ET

I almost wish Jimmy Carter was president at least we all had jobs .

Chaney, La.   June 28th, 2010 9:14 pm ET

The idea that a SC nominee must have experience is something the opposition keeps stirred up, they fail to mention all the appointees that have had no experience... so Dodie has listed them for you so mark them down somewhere and dont forget........ the pundits on that other cable channel will keep putting out bad information and the opposition will keep swallowing it.

Michael Armstrong Sr.   June 28th, 2010 9:15 pm ET

A bazooka is old school I wanna grenade gun with M-60 capability .

Arnold Mi   June 28th, 2010 9:16 pm ET

It doesn't take judicial experience to be a Supreme Court Judge, it takes common sense. Maybe we will do better with Kagan than we have done with the others.

art   June 28th, 2010 9:18 pm ET

As an American, am I obligated to fulfill the second amendment? Can I be jailed for not bearing arms?

Le Chaud Lapin (Texas)   June 28th, 2010 9:19 pm ET

I am watching the debate on gun control and civil liberties. I just wanted to say that I really, really, like it when your guests speak their minds freely without worrying about ratings. Makes for very engaging TV, in my opinion.

Michael Armstrong Sr.   June 28th, 2010 9:20 pm ET

Has any one noticed that there has been a change for the worst its almost as if all hell broke loose the second Obama was predicted the winner was it Bush or was it wall street carma .

Smith in Oregon   June 28th, 2010 9:21 pm ET

With former Sn. Robert Byrd changing from the KKK to a civil rights supporter gives hope that the New Right ultra-conservative bible thumping repugnant Republican Politicians can perhaps someday repent their racist, bigoted ways and move to support American's civil rights in the future.

john   June 28th, 2010 9:23 pm ET

Does the right to bear arms include Nuclear Arms? What about the right to bear firearms on commercial airlines?

Michael Armstrong Sr.   June 28th, 2010 9:23 pm ET

Our country is broken and we have sorry repairmen instead of fixen things they pass the blame .

Arnold Mi   June 28th, 2010 9:24 pm ET

I have never been able to form an opinion about banning weapons for these reasons:
[1] Statistics show that there are more accidental shootings from domestic quarrels than there are murders.
[2] If the law abiding citizen doesn't have the right to bear arms, then the criminals will be the only people with weapons.
Let the second amendment stand!

Smith in Oregon   June 28th, 2010 9:24 pm ET

Marjah has been the first and only test of Stanley McChrystal's failed 'shake and bake' Afghanistan Police and regional Governments. Briefly the Taliban were pushed out of Marjah, now that Marjah residents see the Karzai Clan's Police and regional Governors as more corrupt than the Taliban and in mass are rejecting the 'shake and bake' replacements that are being forced upon them, go figure!

Meanwhile in a double down Bush-Cheney 'theory', the already failed 'shake and bake' strategy is being employed in a cookie cutter approach in Kandahar.

Americans wanting a swift end of the Afghanistan occupation should implore and request Kyrgyzstan to close it's airbase to America's refueling tanker fleet used to refuel fighter jets over Afghanistan.

Americans wanting a swift end of the Afghanistan occupation should implore and request Turkey to warn America that any further deaths by Israel on Turkish civilians will result in Turkey closing it's airspace and borders to US Military convoys moving US Military supplies to Iraq and Afghanistan.

Americans should applaud Turkey's action in closing it's airspace to Israeli fighter jets, effectively defusing the friction and situation in the Middle East between Israel and Iran. NATO country's should be on notice that Israeli overflights of Turkey would be the same as an attack upon a NATO country and immediately respond to hold Israel entirely responsible.

john   June 28th, 2010 9:25 pm ET

Why does the rifle association care about pistols?

Michael Armstrong Sr.   June 28th, 2010 9:26 pm ET

A court needs judges not politicians .Politicians are not judges this is a court of the highest standards and we are changing it into a democracy .

Dave   June 28th, 2010 9:27 pm ET

You should be required to bear arms. Lets talk airline safety. Everyone should be required to carry a gun on board. If they don't have one they would be supplied one..the bigger the better. When a terrorist stande up and says he's going to take over the plane, everyone else can say "sit down"

Jane - WI   June 28th, 2010 9:27 pm ET

One of your liberal guests said that the night of Robert Byrd's death is not the time to be talking about his KKK past.
I don't recall the day of Strom Thurmond's death stopping Democrats and the media from talking about his ancient past of being against integration. If it's OK to talk about the controversial past of a Republican who has passed away, why should it be off limits to talk about the controversial past of a Democrat?

Tom   June 28th, 2010 9:27 pm ET

As a Canadian watching apparently intelligent citizens defend hand guns by citing your second amendment leads the world to believe that Americans are so afraid of change and growth in society, they must hide behind such an antiquated "right". The future depends on the growth of society and not stagnation.

Dodie   June 28th, 2010 9:28 pm ET

@Smith in Oregon

The question of the century is... what about the 100,00 volunteers not being utilized by BP for clean up or the media not allow close to capture pictures of the death and dying animals? Is BP afraid of world outrage? They should be considering the massive destruction to this biosphere.

C.Rogers   June 28th, 2010 9:28 pm ET

The Supreme Courts decision to overturn Chicago' s ban on handguns will have lasting repercussions for those of that city. Finally the people there will be able to tell the difference between the crooks and the politicians. The crooks will be the ones with the guns.
Oh! wait a minute. That won't work. All of them from there are Crooks!
Especially those in the White House.

jack   June 28th, 2010 9:28 pm ET

It is laughable that the right wingers are so worried about Kagan could be a person who may impose a leftist view from the bench. As if Roberts, Thomas, etc. aren't right wing ideologues who impose their very far right views on their judicial decisions. The Court needs some liberals to help restore some balance.

Jane - WI   June 28th, 2010 9:29 pm ET

Elena Kagan should be treated by Republicans the way Senator Barack Obama treated the 2 Supreme Court nominees of President Bush. Senator Obama voted against the 2 highly qualified nominees strictly on ideological grounds. He also threatened a filibuster against Justice Alito. Apparently "elections matter" wasn't of concern to Senator Obama at the time. Democrats and Senator Obama set the bar for how to handle confirmation hearings.

Michael Armstrong Sr.   June 28th, 2010 9:29 pm ET

Mc Crystal done this on purpose to reclaim his life with his wife this dude is not this stupid he knows this war is a lost cause .

Smith in Oregon   June 28th, 2010 9:30 pm ET

Congratulations to Lance Armstrong and his team Radio Shack on announcing his bid to win a 8th. Tour de France tour contest later this year. All of America is with you Lance, make us proud once again!

I remember growing up as a youngster that France publically demeaned America over no America had then won the Tour de France. It seems they are eating and regretting those words now.

Dave   June 28th, 2010 9:31 pm ET

Sane people can control any situation with a little help. Insane people will control any situation if they're able.

Michael Armstrong Sr.   June 28th, 2010 9:34 pm ET

How about we leave and let China take over .

don   June 28th, 2010 9:34 pm ET

YES! Automatic Rejection! ALL Supreme Court candidates, whether left, right or anywhere in between should be at a minimum a very experienced Judge that has risen through the judicial system to high level appeals positions, and not have it be possible for a President to pick someone he or she "likes" or who is a friend of a friend, or someone that will be a political gain or appeal to a political constituency.

Dodie   June 28th, 2010 9:34 pm ET


Exactly! We need 'balance' in our highest court! I also question some of their wisdom, integrity, fairness and human decency! And Good evening to you Jack!

Arnold Mi   June 28th, 2010 9:35 pm ET

General McChrystal was a bad boy and the President punished him. Obama should have invited him to the White House for a beer like he did when a university professor was wrongly arrested by a police officer.

Odds are McChrystal was going to retire anyway after 34 years and was blowing off steam.

Sorry to here the General lost his constitutional right to freedom of speech.

It that the 1st or 2nd amendment?

Jane - WI   June 28th, 2010 9:37 pm ET

There already are 4 liberals on the bench.....Ginsberg, Stevens (who will be replaced with another liberal), Sotomayor, and Breyer.
There are 4 conservatives: Roberts, Thomas, Alito, Scalia
there is 1 swing vote in Kennedy

This Court is not out of balance.

Matthias   June 28th, 2010 9:37 pm ET

Please reminder Penn Jillette that he is a magician, not a military strategist. You don't just "stop" wars, especially when dealing with violent miscreant that want only one thing; to kill your family, my family, and halt any progress that the civilized world can build. Do your research... (by the way, I am for peace, not war).

art   June 28th, 2010 9:38 pm ET


I don't fly. I drive. Should I be required to bear arms while driving? Usually I have a bare arm on the door's sill in summer with the window down, but it's only an arm, not arms. Does this count?

Michael Armstrong Sr.   June 28th, 2010 9:39 pm ET

@ Dave Im insane and getting more insane every damd day all this crap is making me crazy im starting to feel japaneese i really think so .

don   June 28th, 2010 9:41 pm ET

YES! ALL Supreme Court candidates, whether liberal, conservative or anywhere in between should be at a minimum a very experienced Judge who has risen through the judicial system to the highest levels, so that is not possible for a President to pick just someone that is liked, or who has friends in high places, or for political gain or to appeal to some political constituency.

Nelson   June 28th, 2010 9:42 pm ET

Republicans are a bunch of racist, ignorant, finger pointing politicians. Kagan is just fine for the job. Republicans are just furious that it is a democrat. Republicans never want to work together. They have to be in control.

Rev. E. M. Hunter   June 28th, 2010 9:43 pm ET

Mr. King, I would like to know where do you get your necktie and your
especially your suspenders.I would like to get me some to go with my suites. Hope to hear from you real soon. Thanking you in advance.

Rev. Hunter

Smith in Oregon   June 28th, 2010 9:45 pm ET

Good evening Dodie, yes ALL volunteers should be actively considered and as many of them as possible put into place to help with the BP blown Oil gushing disaster. Beach cleanup's, getting water samples, looking for contaminated sea life and mammals. Such surely requires enormous numbers of individuals and it certainly looks from the sparse views on the beaches they are mostly missing.

Dave   June 28th, 2010 9:46 pm ET

@ Art

I agree with you completely. You should not carry a fire arm if you don't feel it's right. But why can't I. You have a very much greater of wrecking that car with your arm hanging out than get shot while driving it. Actually, you shouln't drive either because you could kill me as well.

jack   June 28th, 2010 9:46 pm ET

@Jane – WI...But these conservatives, are VERY conservative. Or I might go further , and say they lean toward a corpatist agenda. How about that decision to make corporations "persons"? No wonder the elites rule the country more each day. When money rules rather than people, we have real problems.

jack   June 28th, 2010 9:47 pm ET

@Dodie...Hi, hope you are doing fine tonight. 🙂

liz in WV   June 28th, 2010 9:47 pm ET

It's a sad day when Larry has a political panel that when one of America's greatest senators passes away and all they can say is that he used a politcally incorrect word in a statement in 2001. Thank God for James Carville, at least we know who he is. I guarantee you that Robert Byrd's name will go down in history positively as opposed to someone who makes a living commenting on issues and politicians as a talking head that no one has ever heard of.

Smith in Oregon   June 28th, 2010 9:48 pm ET

American's should be calling on Turkey and Russia to help the US disengage in Afghanistan and ending the occupation and war in Afghanistan.

American's should implore and request Kyrgyzstan to close it's airbase to America's refueling tanker fleet used to refuel fighter jets over Afghanistan.

American's should support Turkey's ban on Israeli fighter jets thru it's sovereign NATO airspace and call upon NATO to enforce the NATO treaty if Israel violates Turkey's airspace.

Michael Armstrong Sr.   June 28th, 2010 9:50 pm ET

Our country has lost the face of God we have become a country of lust and sin and were being judged the gay thing is not Gods way .

Smith in Oregon   June 28th, 2010 9:50 pm ET

The little boy's family should come forth and tell the American public where that little boy's body is located.

jack   June 28th, 2010 9:56 pm ET

Why do they keep hinting and insinuating that the step mother is somehow culpable? If they have real evidence, after all this time, arrest her already. If not , why keep subtly attacking her. Apparently the little boy's disappearance is not an open and shut case like Vader Sloot's Peruvian murder frnzy, or they would have arrested her. Sad that monsters are kidnapping and killing little children.

Dodie   June 28th, 2010 9:57 pm ET

Thank You for our kindness. Still at work.. 12 hour work day is a very long day.

@Smith in Oregon...
I wonder why some of the 100,000 volunteers are not being utilized. It just boggles the mind and a good evening to you.

Michael Armstrong Sr.   June 28th, 2010 9:57 pm ET

Our country is full of sick minded people and our government condones it being gay is not normal and any one who says it is . I dont know how to finish this statement being gay is not the way I beleave in God .

Dodie   June 28th, 2010 9:59 pm ET

@ jack June 28th, 2010 9:46 pm ET

Well stated. ... Thank You

jack   June 28th, 2010 10:02 pm ET

Rest in Peace Senator Byrd, and condolences to your friends and family. You will be remembered for your years of positive service, rather than something you did in different times, or a few remarks that they can wrest from your years of public speaking..

jack   June 28th, 2010 10:04 pm ET

Larry , you look great. The shirt , tie, and braces make a great combination of colors.

jack   June 28th, 2010 10:10 pm ET

@Dodie...June 28th, 2010 9:57 pm ET
...Wow, you have a lot of energy. You are always thoughtful, and seem to have an abundant supply of optimism that shines through. You should bottle that energy, and sell it on EBay. LOL

brian seward   June 28th, 2010 10:11 pm ET

How does "Smith from Oregon" know that Ms Kagan is a lesbian.
He sure does a lot of talk but no back up.

lmoran   June 28th, 2010 10:50 pm ET

I don't know if she is a lesbian, but I swear she looks like a man. No offense. I have no objection to her doing the job because of this.

Smith in Oregon   June 28th, 2010 11:35 pm ET

Wow, BP's profit during the past 3 years was 58.5 Billion dollars in Net Profits. BP spent Zero dollars in investing and purchasing Oil spill response research. Zero dollars spent on Oil Spill response. Aren't we all glad that the Republican politicians gutted so many regulations and EPA inspectors that would allow such companys to even be awarded leases by the Federal Govt. to drill for America's Oil reserves?

Smith in Oregon   June 28th, 2010 11:59 pm ET

@ brian seward, US Republican Senators entirely lacking enough material on Elena Kagan's experience and background to foster enough votes to reject her nomination have turned to the issue of her sexuality as their last grasping appeal to their bible thumping purist followers to lead a rejection of her becoming the next US Supreme Court Jurist.

Fox, Murdock connected Wall Street Journal ran a innocent appearing photo of a younger Elena Kagan playing baseball taken some 17 years ago suggesting she was in fact a lesbian. Reporters and right-wing extremist groups picked up on that and ran with it.

Yes, there has been no public declaration by Elena Kagan of her sexuality preference being a lesbian. There is a suggestion that she is not. However, on the issue of sexuality, Elena Kagan appears to prefer to keep that a private issue and not a public issue.

I would support Elena Kagan regardless of the orientation of her sexuality, she is a very intelligent, fair minded and loyal person to the principles that make America special.

As far as the right wing bible thumping purist US Republican Senators and their supporters go, Elena Kagan is a lesbian. To American's living on Main Street, USA, she is a woman and her sexuality has entirely no factor in her nomination for the US Supreme Court.

jack   June 29th, 2010 12:00 am ET

She looks OK. But ,personally, I wouldn't care if she looked like a gorilla, as long as she balanced out the far right wing neo conservatives on that court.

Hugh -- California   June 29th, 2010 12:14 am ET

The only requirement for a nominee to become a supreme court justice is to have a excellent understanding of law and have the character to uphold our nation's constitution. All the rest of the dialogue on the left or right, be it here or in the nomination proceedings is 99.9% polarizing partisanship. I just check off the remaining 00.1% as independent thinkers with their own unique set of values, which are good to have, but in America politics it won't get you very far.

Smith in Oregon   June 29th, 2010 12:26 am ET

US Democratic Senator Robert Byrd 1917-2010 RIP had the courage to stand up and declare that West Virgina would and could not serve Big Coal any longer. Senator Robert Byrd was very mindful of the enormous environmental damage that was occurring to West Virgina and to the people of West Virgina directly by it's special favors to Big Oil corporations that had run rampant in the State of West Virgina for 100 years.

When are the politicians in Louisiana going to have the courage to stand up and declare that Louisiana would and could not serve Big Oil any longer?

maria   June 29th, 2010 12:34 am ET

Yes, of course it makes a huge difference. We do not know at this time how fair she would judge – there is no record of that! But there is nothing dirtier than a democrat – they lie through their teeth – then laugh at what they get past the good people. Just another liberal scam – pushing this progressive activist into the Supreme Court!

Ryan gallagher   June 29th, 2010 12:35 am ET

The women in white doesn't know what he's talking about she ha no clue what's goof on in the wall and she is making outragouse and good job penn

jack   June 29th, 2010 12:41 am ET

I hope she is a progressive activist. We have had too much neo conservative ativism with this ultra conservative court. We need more balance.

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Smith in Oregon   June 29th, 2010 3:31 am ET

@ jack, I fully agree. The current majority of ultra-right neo-con conservative US Supreme Jurists are clearly driving the direction that America is heading in the near future. Hopefully during Obama's second term he'll have the opportunity to replace one or more of the ultra-right Supreme Court Jurists with a Jurist more progressive and more in harmony with President Obama and the American people living on Main Street, USA.

Smith in Oregon   June 29th, 2010 3:39 am ET

Larry King asked what if anything is going to help End the War in Afghanistan:

American's should implore and request Kyrgyzstan to close it's airbase to America's refueling tanker fleet used to refuel fighter jets over Afghanistan.

American's should strongly tell their State and Federal representatives that Karzai-Clan's in Afghanistan flooding the world with Opium-Heroin is not any measure of success which America values.

American's should implore and request Turkey to issue a deadline for moving US military equipment from Iraq and Afghanistan thru it's country back to America.

john chalmers   June 29th, 2010 9:29 am ET

Does it make a difference if your heart surgeon never went to medical school?

Demetrius   June 29th, 2010 3:35 pm ET

I would like to add a comment on Elena Kagans qualifications. As I understand, The late Chief justice William Renquist was not all that qualified, but he turned out in some peoples eyes, to be successful. I think that as long as she demonstrate hard work and dedication, that she will be very successful in making very major decision from time to time. In my opinion, she shows eagerness to be the very best that she can possibly be. I think that she is a very good and wise choice, on the Presidents behalf. Thank you, Demetrius.

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