17 Burst results for "Bill Porter"

"bill porter" Discussed on The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"bill porter" Discussed on The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

"Than him, while he was sailing through recovery. Just two weeks after leaving the hospital, Chris's son Ben came into the world, and it seemed like everything was going to be okay. One of the great days after the surgery was watching Mark meet Ben for the first time. To see Mark holding Ben was just incredible. It was everything that we did the surgery for. Christmas was fantastic because we knew that what we had done allowed Mark and Kelly to have Christmas with their baby at home. It was probably the best present we could have had. I guess we gave the present to ourselves. But I remember sitting back Christmas night thinking we are so blessed to have this feed. We thought we had it. We thought we did it. Ultimately, the liver Chris donated to his best friend failed and Mark required another liver transplant. But sadly, mark's body rejected that organ too. And without a healthy liver, mark could not survive. And on March 25th, 2001, Mark passed away. The last day at the hospital was really rough. And I just remember going into his room and he just looked a lot better to me. He looked like he was at peace. I just wanted him to know that I was proud of our friendship and proud of how hard he fought. Unfortunately, the way all this worked out, I wasn't able to save Mark and that's something that's still hurts me every day. At the same time, I've kind of made it one of the goals of my life to let his son know all about who he was in life, people are delivered to you for a reason. Our friendship Chloe made us better people. I think everybody who encountered Mark muha is a better person for knowing him. Well, Chris is a newspaper reporter who wrote about mark's life and death in a special series where the Chicago Sun-Times. And isn't that the way everybody should be leading their life so that everybody who knows you is better for it? And that was kind of the point. I mean, we had talked about the story in the hospital a little bit to the point where we thought that the last chapter would have a picture of us and our sons and we'd be holding them and that would be the way to end it. And it didn't work out that way, but I think Mark would be glad knowing that the story has helped a lot of people become organ donors, and that's kind of why we're happy to be here talking with you today. And so would you do it again? I'd do it again in a heartbeat. Even we know a donor has died since I did the surgery, but I think if the procedure standardized this procedure can save lives and I go, when I go, I know I go doing all I could do to help my friend. And then what happens to your liver? You've completely recovered. Yeah, I'm regenerated and running around trying to chase in 18 month old around that. And her and occasionally her kid, which I might add is a little bit tougher right now. Kelly Kelly is marked widow. And so how's your son? He's great. He's actually a lot like my husband. He has the same Chris said my husband had a magnetic personality. He really, my son is very much the same. And one of the things you're hoping is that your sons will mirror the friendship that you guys had, correct? We had talked about, I have this idea that they're going to go to college, well they're going to go to Stanford and be roommates. So let's go to wine country. Yes. So. But we have high hopes for them and we hope they can be a little bit like us. And thank you. Thank you, Kris, Jennifer and Kelly. Well, for Shelley, Brady. She would do anything for her friend Bill Porter, even by him a house. I first met bill Porter when I was 17 years old. I was a senior in high school and Bill Porter had placed an ad looking for someone to do deliveries. It was a summer job for Shelley, but it gave her a friend for life. Bill Porter was a door to door salesman who needed help. Despite a disability that limited use of his arms and a back that ached every day, he could still do most things for himself. One day I finally had to ask, Bill, tell me about you. I did finally learn that he was born in 1932 with cerebral palsy and that in the early 1950s when he had graduated from high school, he was told by the state of Oregon that he was unemployable. He refused to listen to that and instead he chose to listen to his mother who told him that he could accomplish anything that he set his mind to. He was determined to follow in his father's footsteps as a salesman, a job nearly impossible for a person with his physical challenges. For nearly 50 years, bill's been pounding the pavement, selling household products, door to door in Portland. His mother would help him finish getting dressed. He walked almost ten miles a day. He became the top selling employee in his region by pushing ahead beyond his limitations. Every day is a little bit of a trial for Bill, but he doesn't like to dwell on the challenges that he has in his life. Bill has a way of knowing his limits and then reaching beyond them. Over the years, Shelley went to college, got married, and had 6 children. She still helps her friend Bill make his deliveries. I couldn't get along without her. We went from employer employee to friends to extremely close friends. He never needed a friend more than in 1985. Bill's beloved mother Irene became ill, developed Alzheimer's and had to be placed in a nursing home. It was the first time in his life he had been separated from his mother. It was devastating for Bill. I think that there comes a time in a friendship when you're just your heart opens up and you are absolutely there for them for anything. And I think that that's what it became with Bill and I after his mother had passed away. Without his mother, Bill had to find someone else to help him get ready for work. His days began at four 45 a.m. so he could take a bus to a downtown hotel where the bellhops helped him button his cups and fasten his tie. And a few steps away in a shoe shine shop another friend tied his shoes just like his mother did. Then he was ready for work. After 12 hours on the street, he'd return home to type his orders. In 1994, Bill nearly lost a home, his mother had left him. By then, Shelley knew there was nothing she wouldn't do for him. He had some back taxes that he hadn't paid, and I found out that he had canceled his medical insurance because he couldn't make those payments. And I realized the Dire Straits that he was in. We could not imagine him losing his home. I felt like it might break him. My husband and I talked it over, and we asked him if we could buy the house so that it could pay off his debts and that he would then be able to live there and not have to worry about ever losing his home again. And if I have to go out and get a job at the local fast food place, then that's what we'll do. I definitely feel, I have learned so many lessons from Bill and they have helped me to become a better mom. But I think about how he doesn't look at life as one filled with challenges. Instead, he looks at the obstacles that come his way as stepping stones. I think you're my angel Bill..

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"bill porter" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"bill porter" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Pete Morgan, Find folks and peerless spoilers go to peel its borders dot com of billion. Tankless Got conference dealer near you a friendly dealer and remember, Peerless bowlers are America's best. Bill Porter's Jim is in Mamaroneck. Believe he's retired right now, Jimmy. Good morning. How are you, pal? Good morning, guys. Nice to speak with you. Nice to speak with you two. What? What did you do for a living before your time? I was a medical writer for 30 40 years. Okay, So you're living comfortably now You're happy or everything's good. Yeah, Basically, I feel on 72. So I like I say, I feel like I'm in the fourth quarter life. I'm just going to enjoy the last 15 minutes. I love it. I hope you'd be a lot longer than 15 minutes. So well. I mean, I'm saying it Z this stage, but, yeah. Well, God bless you. Thank you for playing. Today's game is sound great. And let's see how you Perry, You're ready to go. OK, they said, I should mention this and I might be burning myself. But 30 years ago this month I was on jeopardy. Is that right? Yeah, 30 years ago January of 1991 never seen in New York because there was during the Iraq war and it was preempted, but I've got somewhere on the old CD. The H is I got Alex saying my name and I'm gonna transcriber sometimes, But so maybe I'll do. Well, How'd you do with all the terribly Well, we'll see. How do you do on that show? Leading going the final got the last answer wrong. I got lovely parting gifts that were worth shall we say nothing. Well, listen, if you got that close, that is testament to you, and I'd imagine you were very, very sad when we lost Alex a couple of weeks ago. Oh, yeah. Yeah, It was a thing like when I went back. I remember thinking about how that time and it was such a kick actually being there and I was when I was we were ready to start the show. Sunday asked how many people see this you every night and the according to said no more than 20 million. Well, Oh, that is a good story while all right, Jim. Now the pressure's on you to perform well, here now you've got no excuses. Okay? Okay. Yeah. Let's go. Here we go. What were the series of international treaties between 18, 64 and 1949 that focused on the humane treatment of wounded or captured military personnel. Medical personnel and non military civilians during war or armed conflicts. Was that the Geneva Convention? Very good. Here's number two in 1994. Bill Clinton appointed Steven Brier Toe.

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"bill porter" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"bill porter" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We should mention that radio on WGN radio. Usually, that's a theater and stuff like that. Well, hey, later in this half hour, I'm going to be talking to President Harry Truman's grandson, his grandson. Why Because we're about to go through what will hopefully be a peaceful transition of power and the elements of that started with President Harry Truman. So his grandson has written about that We're going to talk with him Also in the second half hour of this this hour. Attorney GAL possess keys going to join me and he's going to have some advice for you. In case you get pulled over New Year's Eve or have other legal troubles and what other kinds of laws might be coming into effect in the new year that you want to know about justice? Somebody who you know, may get into trouble. We want to protect you from all of that. So I wanted to kick the hour off by talking to a friend who generally does get into trouble. Lord knows where he'll be tonight. So I better check in and make sure he saved That is my good friend. Mike Hammer. Nick WGN Weather meteorologist. Michael, Tell me you're not going anywhere. I don't want you getting in trouble. Yeah, I've already got the sweat. Uh, I'm on the couch. I'm watching the football and yeah, I'm not going anywhere. Wait. You've just described me since March, 20th. Yeah. Yeah, I'm getting too old for New Year's Eve. Anyway, you know, by the way, I really never real big holiday, but yet this year, especially and laying low and they're gonna watch a little TV. Yeah, I'm with you on that. You know, I've always for many, many years now. I I do not go out on New Year's. I have people over. I used to order in like a Chinese food dinner. Something like that. And we'd watch because I'm well, I think we're both in the same union. So we get the screeners. We get to watch the movies that are nominated this year. Didn't happen there. No nominations yet. So, um and I'm having nobody over really doesn't matter. But but, yeah, So that's my new year's is hang around the house and, hey, I said at the beginning of the show that I was going to tell people something about you, they might not know. I think you know what I'm referring to, Um, but that I surprised you by bringing it up. So you know what I'm talking about, right? About my WGN history or well, yeah. Related WGN history. Tell folks why the name hammer. Nick is so famous that WGN Well, my dad worked there for, um Fino is about 30 years, starting in the early 19 sixties. He was the staff musician and worked on. Those those circus for 25 years from 1961 until I think it was the mid eighties and also remember shows artist showcase tropical music show that was run on Sunday night and WGN for many years. Hey, He also was part of that. So I spent a lot of time with the kid WGN in it's It's just every time I go in there. It still blows my mind that I'm back there as an adult working at WGN up, but that was my dad's roadie. Basically, I love that drums around and in and out of the station because he did other jobs or are using another band. So we do things sometimes at night or during the day, some weddings So don't call in a lot of drums around the kid even out of WGN. So here your dad was a bit weird. I know we're supposed to ask whether I promise we'll do that. But so did you have like member Bob Trend? Lower right in the big top. Did you have both? Were they over the house all the time? And hey, Bos. Hey, Ali. I mean, were they were over the house. Now a couple of the guys were from the band. Bill Porter was one of my dad's best friends, and he was one of the trumpet players very talented, and you know, he's still playing. I think around Chicago Land area. Um, he, uh He was one of my dad's best friend. So, yes. So some of the band guys that definitely got to know a few of the you know the clouds. You get to know what you know. It was a kid. I was hanging around the station, but I didn't know him all that well, But But, yeah, Yeah, it was quite a thrill of the kids hang out at the old number bag. They were just as nice as weeks. But you didn't have like both so saying Get away from the kids bother me right now, but they were nice I've always wanted, you know, I think it was an old movie the group to where they have somebody dressed up as a clown. But he's really a mean guy, you know, and does that, But it's good to know that our Oliver Oliver Sandy, they were really nice. Yeah, it was amazing to see the transition because you'd meet them in the hallway and they would have her makeup on And they'd be doing the radio on WGN, like Bob Bell was an announcer in the morning and WGN, and then he'd Switch over to the TV side and and, you know, put some makeup on and be both. Oh, and hey, it was quite the transition he made. He was a very talented man. I love it. What a history that you've been able to live.

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"bill porter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"bill porter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To hear it, okay? State of California Way the jury in the above entitled Cause. Find the defendant Scott Peterson, guilty of the crime of murder of Lacy Peterson dated November 12 2000 for four persons, Remember, That was a story that was covered by virtually every media outlet around the globe. It was a glow. Yeah, it was a global story for weeks, so sentenced to death for killing his wife in 2004. Scott Peterson was and then there wasn't Hell, and yesterday a ruling from the California Supreme Court, saying that death penalty cannot stand will not stand, and some people were surprised by that. Here is ABC News chief legal analyst Dan Abrams. Laying out the case that was made by attorneys. The defense has argued that prosecutors should not have been able To admit into evidence dog scent evidence tracking evidence because they say it's unreliable and it shouldn't have been admitted. In the context of the case, Okay, said evidence was one thing that overturned this another had to do with the jury. So KFBK legal analyst Bill Porter Nova Says the unanimous California Supreme Court decision sided errors in the jury selection for this case. The judge bounced all the jurors who said they were strongly opposed to the death penalty, even though they also said they could set that aside and fairly decide the case. So Peterson was sentenced to death for murdering his wife and their unborn child. He has remained on death row in San Quentin since 2000 for all death penalty sentences are automatically appealed to the California Supreme Court. So now he will have to go through it an additional sentencing a new sentencing trial. We need to make this very clear this ruling on Ly Kristina had to do with the death penalty phase of the of the trial. His conviction on murder stands that has not been overturned, so This. This may change his life. In that he wouldn't be on death row any more, depending on what would happen in subsequent cases, right? But you know now is that going to be life without the possibility of parole of his life? You know who knows or two and do prosecutors say Okay, we want open up this can of worms and get back in there and try to get the death penalty reinstated. Which they could do, But do you spend that kind of money? I mean, I don't know. I don't know where that gold. It'll be interesting to see how this case plays out. It was such a like, you know, we set a global global story. We touched upon what took place in Kenosha, Wisconsin, just a little bit ago, and we're going to get a live update. I understand. Ryan Burrow is going to be joining us. Kristina in about 15 minutes or so, with what's transpired there because boil boy in the last 24 to 48 hours. Life really changed their a lot. Lots happened. We'll.

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"bill porter" Discussed on No Story Is Sacred

No Story Is Sacred

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"bill porter" Discussed on No Story Is Sacred

"All looked all jacked up and they have tattoos won't when has excellent while there's also like a different group of themselves they meet where they kind of look like hippies or steam punkish archetypes didn't bogus journey have a thing where they visited different things futures. A future is, but they were given visions of things I know I'd like you guys, I. Don't Remember Bogus Journey at all I only remember parts man British of. String. We had to come up with this episode on the fly. Everyone. We thought it was a good idea. It is a good idea I'm having fun. We've had speculations we if you groggy. Mostly PIP sorry V. how? All I know I think I'm really right about the daughters being Louis from the Song Oh. Yeah Oh. Yeah. No. That was that was going to be my period to it. It seems not to. Undersell both of us seems the obvious thing. which you know here's the thing having the obvious isn't bad because it rewards audience members for like putting it together. It's ever awarding feeling for viewer Yeah Auto on take the moment to recognize that bill and Ted fisa music is a great fucking tidal Oh. Yeah. That's true. Yeah. Like Day I'm expecting Neka Riffa on like excellent adventure journey like. Another adjective a synonym for journey or yeah reared travels or far out story Ma- Here's a question. There's a sequence that can be taking place presumably between active and three in hell what's going to be happening there? Well, I think that's where they meet up for two different stories. Yeah. Bill and Ted are going to go there voluntarily to meet up with deaf their old Rhody. And billion are just going to be. Dead. Happens when I think but you craft the time machine. Yeah. I mean that would be kind of riffing on a excellent adventure with the time machine getting damaged there's definitely going to meet the devil the devil himself yes. That's what I'm wondering about like. Are we just going to be doing like a rock battle against Satan or are we going to be doing like an orpheus end you're ready? To say kind of like escaping hell by like guile or something like that or music I really want to be played by billy porter. Why because he'd be Puerto should be an everything. That's true. Bronze ZIPPED OVER and. Katie's town lay down Haiti's bill porter wasn't in Haiti's town. Why am I so bad at names of actors that's okay al I'm I'm in the same boat I mean Patrick Page was in Haiti's town as Haiti's and is amazing. All right. Let's go tell me. Who I was Christian is actually Kristen Schaal now is Kristin shops. So Guys I. Think we've talked. At length about bill and Ted face the music We want to try and play a game with us or do we want to try and do riffs on what we'd do if we the pen I mean we can totally try that I don't mind me as I'm quickly looking something. Chater No. No. I'm trying to figure something out because I think. Think, they recast the princesses every single time 'cause you know at that is some bullshit. Yell wait. Wait for wait for. Yeah. So the Bills. Wife is now being by someone a fourteen years his junior she's forty one he's fifty, five and this is A. A recast from both movies and yeah, those To use the technical term not I don't love Jamie May..

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"bill porter" Discussed on Here For It

Here For It

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"bill porter" Discussed on Here For It

"This is not to diminish bill imports accomplishments by any measure shut out to Bila Porter were for him. We watched the EMMYS word hoping bill. Puerto Win. But still how can we give you all these things and they are looking at the low hanging fruit? Reporter for has won an emmy already multiple. I think he's won multiple emmys him to get one more thing because he will be guy. Because he got to Tony, he's got a I. Think we're going to get a grammy ECHINACEA. Look it up. For Him. But here's the deal. How can we be looking at all the things going on impose? Eighties. Reporter was the best part. And and this will get. Paid when they nominate some shit there needs to desert renominated but they nominated and non acting and non direct to`real categories. O. P period pieces higher that's booking period pieces. Just. Because we fake it's and we pay attention to detail. Yes, of course, the fascist, the right girl because we. Fans fashions like the risk heterosexuals out here and they benefit could get every focusing. I think it's like five categories forget damn costumes and better get never fucking one and they deserve that too. But also in addition to as well. Nevertheless. Give can house evangelist their things. And also went tour. And House of ferocity I don't care which one. Houses of things to Hashtag. Legendary. Other Girls Doing Yeah I think that the issue the biggest issue that I have is we can. Reward mediocrity when it comes in the form of white women white men. Because, a lot of them shows like I watch an episode because it's so fucking mediocre regular and nothing happens. Oh look. She's got sixty emmy nominations. Okay. We can award that mediocrity but. When it comes to trans people of Color in their experiences. That's cute in June when his pride. Pride flag. Up. Anyway I am back to this is what this is why we say it is so important if you watch pose, you've got to tell five friends to watch polls. So that way at least two of them will believe in the message in see it and believe in them because when award season comes around and poses nagging the brick ignition that it deserves ami are in you're sitting here. But. What did we fail? We didn't tell our friends. We don't tell other people who could who had the potential to see it. that. They could see it. So there is so important to give your friend your homegirl. You'll come pass where you'll Varazdin pass where you're a out with other providers are for cable. Tell him give. Up Your passwords and let them see and received the message because when award season come around, we continue to be overlooked because we want to keep a secret that we're watching something like a ballroom spectacle from nineteen eighties. But yet I I I think that's half the battle because I think that a lot of people are watching polls, they are watching the. The over the top of poor because the the white people know who billy porter is. Gala the Oscars The grammys, every red carpet that bill porter is on why people are tuned in Atlanta EVANGELISTA dominated Jackson they're not do they know the names of 'em Jay Rodriguez. Did they know the names of Dominique Jackson? Do they know the names of Anjelica, Ross? No. Do they know the names of India more? Do they. Then, I get to the same rooms and that's why we've got to do. Our best is illegitimate not people to make sure that we are promoting them. So they'll way because you know what somebody's instagram girl taking on love and hip hop you know happens every week love hip hop has one point three, million views..

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"bill porter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"bill porter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Jeez works on all makes and models need collision repair call bertalu cheese body shop sponsored by Audi right now trending on news ninety three point one K. of BK we have been watching a couple of fires today and we can tell you that highway sixty five is now re opened after a fire in there in that area the Walker fire in Calaveras county north of comparable is seventy to seventy five percent contained although there has been some destruction that far up fourteen hundred and fifty five acres burned there and of course top story governor Newsom today saying all Californians now must wear masks out in public the Supreme Court handed president trump a major defeat today blocking is twenty seventeen decision to end the deferred action for childhood arrivals program or daca former federal prosecutor bill Porter Nova is archaic became a legal analyst this is an issue of course that goes back to the Obama administration he had essentially the president decided that those kids that have been carried into the United States illegally and raised here kind of Americans that we really shouldn't be asking them to leave even if their parents are deported and it's difficult to argue with the logic that people who are raised here really belong here I mean I'm if you're not available on where you were raised where do you have a law the president president trump came in and he reversed that executive decision remember this was not congressionally passed legislation this was an executive decision by president Obama and president trump reversed that which was his right the Supreme Court decision today simply says the way the president reversed president Obama's decision was not quite right the Supreme Court is not saying the president's decision to eliminate daca the dreamers act the Supreme Court is not saying that the president was wrong they're just saying that they didn't explain the reasoning sufficiently when they changed the rule so the Supreme Court issued an opinion that the president is fully within his rights to change the rule about daca people stating and then the Supreme Court gave the trump administration a road map to follow that if they follow the president will once again be able to make the same order the Supreme Court did not decide the case based on the merits of whether doctors should or shouldn't be and whether people were brought illegally should or shouldn't be deportable the Supreme Court simply said when president trump when you made this order you didn't dot your I's and you didn't cross your teas so go back do it right and then maybe we'll look at the substance of the issue so you're saying the issue is not really completely settled it's really not a major final decision it's simply a temporary setback for the trump administration if they want to continue to pursue it I'm not sure there's a lot of public support for this doctor to stick him to ask the user kids that have grown up in America to leave I I don't think it polls well across in the band of the political spectrum because these are Americans for all intents and purposes having been raised here and I'm not sure the president will re issue the order to try to seeks to deport these kids that were raised in America but the Supreme Court says he has the absolute right to do it so long as he provides the appropriate decision making reasoning and here he just made the decision and nobody explained the reasoning so it's his most interesting okay well bill bill put another thank you for the explanation it was my pleasure thanks for calling all right six fifty had KPK so we've got traffic and weather together one more time here from KV Kayes day and a half responded to you right here for California highway patrol Facebook in good day in a nutshell Dan Janisse wait seven minutes eastbound cap city and that is actually better than a get so enjoy nine minutes after Roseville on Douglas Boulevard from there eleven minutes cell growth southbound I. five or ninety nine that little kerfuffle we head down to grant line road also cleared up dead dead a fulsome eighteen minutes and he spent fifty we're going out to woodland this a little bit longer about seventeen minutes and we still have some slowing as you approach airport Boulevard out there because of another accident but that has apparently been cleared traffic is still a little sluggish ten minutes downtown Davis on the westbound eighty and Sacramento if you see a California highway patrol officer and think they are enjoying their career think again they make a difference every day and starting pay is more than the average college grad benefits opportunities even get paid to train see for yourself go to C. 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"bill porter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"bill porter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"It's not six sixteen at KFBK grant Napier has resigned from his position as the play by play commentator for the second kings and has been released from his radio sports show after backlash from a tweet he posted the offramp to J. street from I. five north and southbound are closed because of protests in the downtown Sacramento area there is still a curfew in place for tonight eight PM to five AM for the city of Sacramento also Solano county has a curfew for the same hours eight PM to five AM well Derek shaman is the only officer at this point currently charged in the George Floyd case facing charges of third degree murder and manslaughter so what about the other officers we asked a former federal prosecutor bill Porter Nova who served for many years as an assistant United States Attorney about what charges the other officers might face very hard calls have to be made for example officer show band neon the knack for eight and a half minutes fairly typical call to prosecute what about the next officer down the line who's holding Mister Floyd down on his back how hard was holding him down on his back do you have a hand on his back or was he kneeling into his back affecting his breathing these are facts that are not revealed by the tape so it's possible that he's complicit in the crime for dealing on his back and forcing his inspects the Asian and the same with the third guy down the line the third officer who was holding Floyd legs we need the actual evidence of what occurred all we have is the videotape that shows show but but what charges could the other officers possibly face ultimately anyone who helps someone commit a crime especially murder knowing that they are helping to commit the crime is guilty of that offence as if they did it alone so we just don't have the facts yet on the other officers but I can say they are certainly within the target range and every one of them should expect to be charged given the callousness of this death and what about the officer that we've seen on the video who is keeping the crowd at bay you can be prosecuted for manslaughter or murder simply for that callous disregard for that person's life and it is if it can be well argued that every one of those officers had callous disregard for Mr Floyd's life they ignored his warnings they ignored his going limp they ignored the witnesses saying that he was obviously in distress all of these things lead to at a minimum callous disregard for his life and for never says of the Minneapolis police department something's wrong something's wrong in that department A. and it needs to be cleaned out at these guys truly do need to be prosecuted and hopefully again and we all learn a lesson and our professional law enforcement community here in California pays close attention to these things but I will say that the training and behavior of these officers in Minnesota that were bush league amateurish and unprofessional and bear no resemblance to what I've seen in California and in the end porting over says it's a shock it's awful and it may change the way we police of this country for all time again that is former federal prosecutor bill porting over speaking on the George Floyd case time now for some traffic.

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"bill porter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"bill porter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Moderators hardly get a handle on it anyway bill Porter Nova he is our KPK legal analysts he served many years as an assistant United States Attorney prior to that serve for several years as a deputy district attorney in stock no county now in private practice we have to wait what do you make of that debate last night I have to say that I have I was so impressed with the Elizabeth Warren last night she tore that place up from the first time she opened her mouth she punched Michael Bloomberg in the throat again and again and again and did so much damage to him on core issues that are critical to the Democratic Party a political issues meet two issues and so forth that Mr Bloomberg never caught his footing never recovered and spent the whole day a whole night F. sort of mothering irrelevant Lee in the corner it was it was Elizabeth Warren's night she was spectacular Bernie Sanders of course was steady he stuck to his talking points they're very compelling the best thing I thought he said was are you a U. identified the existence of socialism in the country already but he called the corporate socialism where the richest family in the country the Waltons pay their workers and Walmart starvation wages he said and then the government subsidizes the families of the employees with food stamps and government programs he called that corporate socialism and he says he wants that same socialism for the people I thought that was a very clever use of a metaphor and you know he's trying to pitch more socialism in this country and he sure made it sound like it wasn't communism so yeah he did not make a distinction yeah so you say he won Bernie Sanders he won I think last night he won nobody really came madam the one person landed a blow on him was Mike Bloomberg who turned to him said that what a country the guy who's running on the socialist ticket is a millionaire with three homes yeah and I thought that was a that was a world class insult he also writes slipped in that he thought Sanders was a communist and the course and his spot back call that a cheap shot one thing I liked about it though these people were speaking from the heart their handlers were not open not polishing their answers these people are so saying what they really thought and maybe that's something that trump has brought to the game he really says whatever he wants to say it may be demeaning and insulting offensive and hurtful to the person they're talking to but you get the sense they're telling you what they really think and and I think that's an improvement in our political debate and that is keep his legal analyst bill poured in over there let's get some traffic and weather together we'll start with KP gazing right by the Roseville auto mall eight days we check your travel times if you're heading for the downtown or mid town area displayed to its forty minutes anti spam cab city from fifty to eighty once you get there is what the Roswell is just ten minutes away he spent eight downtown they'll go south on I five sixty minute ride for you there twenty six minutes on ninety nine has really changed the lives downtown to full sun it could be a little longer soon woods right now is twenty five minutes but hazel off their left two lanes of freeware block you Jack our honest rooms and multiple cars every all right thank you so much Dan Kentwell the northbound I..

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"bill porter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"bill porter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Of BK a central California teenager is behind bars for allegedly crashing a stolen plane it happened this morning at the Fresno Yosemite International Airport police say seventeen year old girl find offensive got behind the controls of a small plane and started the propeller she later crashed into a building and fence war of words on the house floor continues as representatives of Congress took turns explaining why they are for or against the articles of impeachment president trump faces two articles abuse of power of section of Congress Republican Congress Roger Marshall of Kansas accuse the Democrats of putting on a show enough madam speaker for the love of this country enough enough of this impeachment circus enough of these jam which turns Malone independent than the house of representatives congressman Justin Amash of Michigan declared on the house for during today's impeachment debate that the house needs to impeach the president to maintain these are his words the integrity of the office of the presidency taking the floor during Democrats debate time congressman a mass of the president use the power of the oval office for his personal and political gain his actions reflect precisely the type of conduct the framers of the constitution intended to remedy through the power of impeachment and it is our duty to impeach him all right we're gonna talk now with bill Porter Nova and again he served as an assistant United States Attorney and before that a deputy district attorney in Saginaw county certainly qualified to speak on these matters bill and I it seems like nobody is changing their mind during this if anything I feel like people are just digging their heels in even deeper and harder that seems to be what the polling indicates I work pretty much where we were a year ago where we were two years ago at this is a once in a lifetime president we we worry about what Congress is doing setting a bad precedent for future congresses to impeach on small charges the reality is every now and then something like this happens in history it's a white knuckle ride he seems to be promoting the idea of being the world's antagonised he wants to fight with everybody he gets pleasure from it he takes each argument down to its basis level and then he wins very very difficult to argue with somebody the way he fights so in some weird sense this guy who is the most powerful man in the world that has no respect for anybody else has actually twisted this thing around to where he started to gain support because he's looking like the underdog and that is no small feat app to date yeah the independence of the only people whose votes might change and in the last three months they've gone from in favor of and removing him to not in favor of removing them but in all the election is almost a year away and believe it or not with the pace of news now and the data they crises that he creates a new cycles that we go through this impeachment is going to be essentially a forgotten item within a month or two as big as it is it's just going to go into the political stable or something the use of November you know bill you you you used the phrase a once in a lifetime president I want to talk about that when we come back here in just a few minutes but we've got a few things that we have to do first we do like traffic and weather but they'll put in Nova will be back shortly got it all right let's head to our case he traffic center check in with dean nice to know you cover looks like we didn't my goodness so so delicate brought to you by T. board woodland downtown the split eastbound Jeff city eighteen minutes right now as with Roseville's about ten minutes on eastbound eighty no big worries there everybody all grow into a thirty minute ride for you and dead now ninety minutes on ninety nine to start kind of heavy as you make your way they'll go full of art on ninety nine dead dead a fulsome eastbound fifty twenty three minutes of actually a little better 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"bill porter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"bill porter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Good Samaritan so bring an amber alert victim safely home aided in the suspect's arrest police say the scene unfolded this morning at a San Luis Obispo county gas stations and citizens walked the suspect in and the detain them until the local one for spent right into him because he at San Jose police spokesman and re gay Garcia he says a ten PM last night the suspect twenty four year old Victor Madonna allegedly stabbed his girlfriend the mother of his two year old daughter police say Madonna then kidnapped the child driving nearly two hundred miles from San Jose Garcia credits the amber alert and those good Samaritans for the child's safe return more than three hundred guns now off the streets thanks to Saturday's gun buy back program in San Francisco please say in just four hours they collected three hundred eighteen guns and looting seventeen assault rifles residents received a hundred dollars for gone in two hundred for a rifle no questions asked United play as a violence prevention and youth development organization teamed up with the S. F. PD to make that programme possible pork farmers across the nation are suing to overturn a new California law requiring that farm animals be raised in a humane space if the case is John Byrne eyes he has a look at the dispute and what might happen next proposition twelve mandates that pregnant sows require at least twenty four square feet of space veal calves get forty three and hence get one square foot farmers filing the suit claiming the regulations would hurt out of state farmers and they go too far legal analyst bill Porter Nova says the case may have trouble moving forward you and I can disagree over whether it's necessary but the California legislature has determined that it is the law a similar suit a few years ago over egg producers was not allowed to proceed because a federal judge in Sacramento decided the plaintiffs were not under direct threat of prosecution if you want to bring a lawsuit in federal court you need to show that you have to stand there you can't just decide that you want to stick your nose in the middle of a legal controversy just to clarify the law another says those filing the current suit may have trouble showing they are under direct threat John Byrne Ising news ninety three point one K..

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"bill porter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"bill porter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"In the house rules committee meets tomorrow to set the parameters for Wednesday's historic debate an expected vote on impeachment the Senate meanwhile is looking ahead to the trial that's likely to follow they plan to sit down soon to hash out the rules for the Senate trial but already the majority and minority leaders are publicly airing their grievances with one another at a press conference today and Chuck Schumer chastising Mitch McConnell for saying hell work closely with the White House on the impeachment it was very partisan very slanted very unfair senators are supposed to be unbiased jurors in the Senate trial which is overseen by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Serena Marshall ABC news Washington a man linked to the suspects in last week's deadly shooting in New Jersey appeared in court today it's attorneys for off middle Heidi and federal prosecutors could not agree on a bail package so the pawn shop owner is being held overnight and will return Tuesday afternoon to work it out his address and phone number were found on a note in the pocket of one of the Jersey city shooters and the FBI arrested him for being a felon in possession of a firearm this is Erin to Turkey Congress is considering a measure to raise the federal age to purchase tobacco or vaping products to twenty one it's part of a massive government funding bill which is expected to pass by the end of the week your listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK I'm John for an idea to to with your top local stories thousands of health professionals at Kaiser are hitting the picket lines today for a planned five day strike four thousand psychologists therapists psychiatric nurses and other healthcare employees want better benefits union officials say the walkout could result in the shut down of more than a hundred facilities from San Diego to Sacramento by Kaiser says facilities will remain open during the strike although some appointments may need to be rescheduled the union accuses Kaiser forcing clinicians to accept significantly poorer retirement and health benefits than Kaiser provides to more than one entered one hundred twenty thousand other employees in California Kaiser calls the strike unnecessary and says they continue to work with an outside mediator to resolve the issues and pork farmers are suing the state of California over a new law which mandates humane space requirements for livestock proposition twelve sets the amount of space required for different animals hog producers say the requirements are too stringent and could force them to spend millions of dollars in order to be in compliance a similar lawsuit over chicken producers was not allowed to move forward legal analyst bill Porter Nova says it's because the plaintiffs did not have standing to sue some personal jurisdictional issues such as in that case the real threat of being prosecuted for violating the check in space standard proposition twelve does not include a threat to prosecute those who violate the space requirements supported over says they may have trouble showing they have a real stake in the case and weather together fears Dana have sponsored by Raley's in Bel Air across the top right now westbound.

"bill porter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"bill porter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"On Mike Haggerty on your KDKA afternoon news checking money now Kelly brothers which entities preferred and brothers California north State University blouse come out of no where they were called to help find they have an undergrad programs of their kids for medical school or for nursing dentistry psychology other health profession and they're opening up all sorts of stuff including a new door that's going to be out Rancho Cordova four hundred forty units student dormitory project it's going to cost about thirty million dollars this is a for profit university not a not for profit which was kind of the more traditional route that universities what market overall today higher breaking a three day losing streak as the president said Hey go she should Google just fine with China Dow one forty seven twenty seven six forty nine nasdaq up forty six eighty five sixty six you have to pay up nineteen points goal down for fourteen eighty announced ten year bond yields one point seven eight percent we're going to continue our discussion about the impeachment hearings with attorney bill Porter Nova and maybe because we are continuing to have a somewhat lively conversation off the air about a with the impact in the ramifications of what we're looking at here in terms of impeachment what constitutes an impeachment maybe we should continue to discuss what I was just about to say to build because what we're talking about is Jonathan Turley since the the statement that nobody wants the new standard of impeachment to be betrayal of the national interest because then that could create effectively a vote of no confidence standard in our constitution and that's direct from Turley's comments from the record today well if you don't impeach a president who betrays the national interest and I'm speaking hypothetically here non non any specifics what's your next move be nobody we would spank wants to be the first president to be censured if in fact that hasn't happened before but then if that's all that's going to happen to you and you get to ride to the next election maybe that becomes not so bad maybe the standard of shame chefs well you know the beauty of the constitution captures the essence of this fight which is there are multiple human impulses that are gonna drive politics and drive people who are interested in being in power at the end there are of the system that is set up by the constitution is not designed to to lay out what you're supposed to do it's actually set up so that you can have a fight without violence over what you think the right thing to do is and what the other person is so you have three different bodies you of the wise old men and women as the in the Supreme Court in any of the common body in Congress and then a single executive who acts like a king but doesn't have the power of a king right not above the law and the with the beauty of this system is that this fight is intense in every generation thinks it's worse than it's ever been but every generation goes through this they were going through this when they wrote the constitution itself they were bloody violent arguments over how what how to phrase the human impact to take the human impulses and put them into a system that can survive this level of acrimony without resorting to physical violence and what we're actually witnessing right now is essentially a civil war a civil war without violence between half the country yeah and the other half I I think it's really only the middle half of the country that's fighting has live twenty five percent on the op on the outside or not paying any attention on either side but this is a slow motion nonviolent civil war for the future of the country and all of us should be paying close attention to it it's not very exciting but a it's important that we do pay close attention to it and remember our history and remember this at route and recognize that everybody doing what they're doing testifying arguing against it or for it is representing their country in the best way they can and we just don't agree there is plenty of evidence that the president did what did they accuse him of doing it open that invite mind it's ultimately going to be provable because they'll eventually get the cabinet members to testify but the reality is to most of the country or a good part of the country the fact that he is a vulgar and odd man has been baked in the things we knew about him before he was elected are much worse than this the Republic is not going to collapse everybody's going to be fine but then the needle on politics has not moved and it will not move and frankly nobody at my office or anywhere else is even really talking about interesting all right attorney bill pardon of always appreciate your perspective thank you for coming in thank you you that and coming up at five thirty will have the top stories for you again this hour on news ninety three point one KPK live everywhere on the I heart radio app voices.

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"bill porter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"bill porter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"We're going to continue our discussion about the impeachment hearings with attorney bill Porter Nova and maybe because we are continuing to have a somewhat lively conversation all fear about with the impact in the ramifications of what we're looking at here in terms of impeachment what constitutes an impeachment maybe we should continue to discuss what I was just about to say the bill because what we're talking about is Jonathan Turley since the the statement that nobody wants the new standard of impeachment to be betrayal of the national interest because then that could create effectively a vote of no confidence standard in our constitution and that's direct from Turley's comments from the record today well if you don't impeach a president who betrays the national interest and I'm speaking hypothetically here not not any specifics what's your next move being nobody we would spank wants to be the first president to be censured if in fact that hasn't happened before but then if that's all that's going to happen to you and you get to ride to the next election maybe that becomes not so bad maybe the standard of shame chefs well you know the beauty of the constitution captures the essence of this fight which is there are multiple human impulses that are gonna drive politics and drive people who are interested in being in power at the end there are the system that is set up by the constitution is not designed to to lay out what you're supposed to do it's actually set up so that you can have a fight without violence over what you think the right thing to do is and what the other person is so you have three different bodies you of the wise old men and women as the in the Supreme Court in any of the common body in Congress and then a single executive who acts like a king but doesn't have the power of the king right not above the law and the with the beauty of this system is that this fight is intense in every generation thinks it's worse than it's ever been but every generation goes through this they were going through this when they wrote the constitution itself they were bloody violent arguments over how what how to phrase the human impact to take the human impulses and put them into a system that can survive this level of acrimony without resorting to physical violence and what we're actually witnessing right now is essentially a civil war a civil war without violence between half the country yeah and the other half I I think it's really only the middle half of the country that's fighting has live twenty five percent on the op on the outside or not paying any attention on either side but this is a slow motion nonviolent civil war for the future of the country and all of us should be paying close attention to it it's not very exciting but a it's important that we do pay close attention to it and remember our history and read by this and recognize that everybody doing what they're doing testifying arguing against it or for it is representing their country in the best way they can and we just don't agree there is plenty of evidence that the president did what did they accuse him of doing it open that invite mind it's ultimately going to be provable because they'll eventually get the cabinet members to testify but the reality is to most of the country or a good part of the country the fact that he is a vulgar and odd man has been baked in the things we knew about it before he was elected are much worse than this the Republic is not going to collapse everybody's going to be fine but then the needle on politics has not moved and it will not move and frankly nobody at my office or anywhere else is even really talking about interesting all right attorney bill ported over always appreciate your perspective thank you for coming in thank you you bet it's at four twenty five now it KFBK and still to come on our afternoon news well we've got all sorts going on including with the drop out of camel Heris from the political scene at least the twenty twenty raise their endorsements up for grabs and one of our area congressman has made his choice will tell you about that is the KFBK afternoon news continues on alert.

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KNBR The Sports Leader

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"bill porter" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The worst rose you'll ever see another bill Porter back Hey baby was just snowballed maybe was just for them because the next will was on the body golly though more open the bears totally blew that covers or should I say they pull out that covers all like we're doing their terrible is that okay it was pretty awful you know it will take you five go with Matt Prater on the approach here comes the kick off to coral Patterson he will let this one down to the end zone yeah the ball will come out to the twenty five yard line shop Macy's Black Friday doorbusters before they're gone great savings on perfect gift for everyone on your list and more starts at five PM today until two AM in again tomorrow from six AM until one PM at Macy's so we'll see the bears for the second time they got that monkey off their back in terms of scoring in the first quarter would you see from Chicago about opening drive Ross well number one the offense of line did a really nice job they got kind of a mish mash unit up there the room where a Daniels with those guys up now swap positions left guard sending a new right tackle would be they got off to a really nice drive they're getting me through this in with a shot gun snappy to this young person to any political rights upper Robinson incomplete over through a dealer you slay was in cupboards up all over the road by just a couple of yards and that'll bring up second out of ten a lot of talk about this bears offense what Mitch Stravinsky why should they go up tempo a little bit more people sutras you've been more comfortable in those situations that make you says look we've done a lot of it we can't do it the entire ball game.

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"bill porter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"bill porter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Two fifty and say traffic traffic on the tense every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Ryan nobles news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. still eyeing some big changes to our weather next week but until then we have a great weekend ahead of us temperatures today eventually will warm to near seventy after this chilly start we'll see mostly sunny skies tomorrow and for Sunday look for highs in the upper sixties to low seventies and plenty of sunshine is expected just chilly mornings and then money turns a little gusty and then Tuesday and Wednesday that chance of rain and snow in the forecast forty five right now going to a high near seventy in downtown Sacramento news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. how our is back on for everyone who lost it in the North Bay and the northern part of the valley KP Kay's Jordan Christmas report Pacific gas and electric says it's restored power to one hundred and twenty thousand people whose electricity was cut because of windy dry weather the utility blacked out eleven counties on Wednesday out of concern that the winds without or drop its power lines and sparked catastrophic wildfires P. Jeannie began restoring power Wednesday evening and said essentially that all customers have their Jews back as of last night some seventy mile per hour gusts were reported empi genie says it found four instances of weather related damage to its equipment power was originally expected to be shut off in the foothills above Sacramento but that blackout was canceled a few hours into Wednesday during Christmas news ninety three point one K. SPK the California Supreme Court has blocked a new law that would have required president trump to release five years of tax returns to appear on the state's twenty twenty primary ballot attorney and legal expert bill Porter no explains why the rule was struck down individual states cannot put individual burdens on tax on the candidates you know maybe this one makes sense I don't think it does and we would be nice to see his tax returns but if that's going to be the law it has to be in the federal election it has to be an act of Congress governor Newsome signed the bill into law on July.

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"bill porter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:24 min | 3 years ago

"bill porter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"With Black Friday savings at the all new monster Roseville sponsored by Audi right now trending on news ninety three point one K. of BK well we are tracking the power outages right now for P. Jeannie and we're looking at how many customers we have out at this point a lower than it's been in the past hours outages but never the less significant to those who are without power we have forty nine thousand four hundred and sixty three out of power in the P. Jeannie area so we'll continue to update that and the forecast had it's four sixteen and another day of impeachment hearings up on Capitol Hill a morning session today and now an ongoing afternoon and into the evening hours that seven fifteen back east and we're gonna talk now again with bill Porter Nova and bill Sir for many years as an assistant United States Attorney federally prosecuting very complex cases in areas of organized crime narcotics computer crime and all manner of white collar crime before that he served for several years as a deputy district attorney and sucked a county so welcome back to okay if BK thank you thank you was so I watch much of this testimony this morning with US ambassador Gordon Simon and really depending on who you're getting your information from they will quote different things from the testimony for instance the Republicans and maybe were more Republican right leaning based news agencies will say when someone said to the president what do you want from Ukraine he put it out there just like that the president said I want nothing I want no quid pro quo tell president the Lynskey to do the right thing on the other hand you have this which is making headlines I know that members of this committee have frequently frame these complicated issues in the form of a simple question was there a quid pro quo as I testified previously with regard to the requested White House call and White House meeting the answer is yes just a brief interjection for from me one of my favorite words in the English language is perspective my second favorite is context and that first bit about what do you want nothing nothing no quid pro quo was three days after the word got out okay this was not what was said prior you got the time line is what matters here doesn't have bill time line of course is very important yeah but you have to remember that sophisticated people that are doing things on the margins learned or some of them simply are instinctively aware that as you do something you're not supposed to be doing you have to simultaneously be doing something that fits the exact same behavior but it is okay to do so that you have all you have a plausible deniability for this thing that you're doing that you know you're doing wrong but on the surface it looks like you're doing something very normal as I say as a prosecutor and as a defense attorney I've met people who have that gift and it is frightening when used in a criminal matter it is imaginative when using a political manner here not to suggest that the guard to the president would know that he was doing anything wrong of course but it everything he was doing was clearly designed to back up Rudy Giuliani based on ambassador silence testimony and then guiliani is out there running all the interference so the only as as ambassador song one testified today he put most of it on Rudy Giuliani as the guy doing this stuff and the only words he can actually quote coming out of the president our words like there was no quid pro quo is it cunning enough a is the president cunning enough to insulate himself from his own misdeeds by always having offers as we say a Michael Cohen a Rudy guiliani I think he is I think he has the instinct for it so while he probably did this quid pro quo business Gordon songlines discussion over today was not it was quid pro quo for that it wasn't quid pro quo for the military aid it was quid pro quo for a White House meeting and if it's a quid pro quo for a White House meeting that's official business for official business so it's very difficult to say that someone's testimony was the bomb shell they wanted to pay we have several questions to follow up with but but we've got your traffic and weather together right now and we'll head over to gate pacing has five dead surprise you by indeed dot com and right now we spent cabin exposition we do have an accident the two vehicles involved much about injuries anyway we've got about a partially 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