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Fresh update on "california" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:21 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "california" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"They are one of the few industries in America today that have zero sick paid lead, a separate vote to add the sick leave fail. President Biden and French president Emmanuel Macron at The White House talk about Ukraine. CBS is Skylar Henry. The leader said they remain united with other Western Allies against Russia's invasion of Ukraine. We're going to stand together against this brutality. We will never urge the Ukrainians to make a compromise which will not be acceptable for them. They are so brave and they defend precisely the lives and nation and our principles. President Biden said he would be willing to speak with Russian president Vladimir Putin only if Putin expresses a desire to end the devastating war. I'll be happy to sit down with Putin to see what he wants has in mind. Some big changes could be in store for the Democratic Party, our Jim Crow explains. President Joe Biden says the Democrats should move past what he called restrictive caucuses and embrace diversity in their order of their presidential nomination process. That would deal a major blow to Iowa's decades long status as the leadoff spot in the process. The expectation is that the Democratic National Committee will vote to replace Iowa with South Carolina. Winter storm warnings and advisories are posted from Washington state to California, eastward into the rockies, some areas have already seen snow in a pair of storms. We'll dump anywhere from two to three feet of heavy snow in California Sierra Nevada through the weekend and could also cause travel problems in other parts of the west and northern plains. The Minnesota nurses association members say a lack of sick days and severe understaffing has led to unsafe work conditions for themselves and their patients. Tricia oxner is a registered nurse at children's hospital Minneapolis. Ask any nurse with young

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House GOP Secretly Vote on Supporting Earmarks

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:31 min | 8 hrs ago

House GOP Secretly Vote on Supporting Earmarks

"So I want to share with you yet another reason why I don't trust Kevin McCarthy. And this story comes from newsmax. It was just published mere moments ago. Charlie McCarthy is the author of this story. It turns out that House Republicans voted in secret, let me repeat that again, voted in secret to keep earmarks. You say, what are earmarks? Earmarks are, are your tax dollars? That have been squirreled away and your tax dollars are being used to fund pet projects by whoever is whichever political party is in charge of the house. They're the ones that get these earmarks. And it's really reprehensible that Republicans would do this only because Republicans claim to be the party of fiscal responsibility, right? Fiscal responsibility. They don't want to be the party of morality anymore. They don't want to be the party of the culture war fight anymore, but by golly, they are the party of fiscal responsibility. That's what they wanted us to believe. That's why they wanted our votes. House Republicans voted 158 to 52 against an amendment proposed by congressman Tom McClintock of California. It would have ended the rule, allowing members to add earmark provisions to legislation.

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Fresh update on "california" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "california" discussed on AP News Radio

" Authorities want to know if cannabis edibles were behind the overdoses of several LA students, I'm Lisa dwyer. Ten Los Angeles students appear to have overdosed on edible cannabis products at their middle school in the San Fernando valley. The Los Angeles fire department says the students between 13 and 14 years old experienced mild to moderate distress at the van nuys middle school, fire department captain Eric Scott says the overdoses were possibly from edible cannabis products and investigators want to know if it all came from the same source. That would be a possibility that there was all from the same bunch, but that has to be conclusively determined. The important information here is that this is not fentanyl related. I'm Lisa dwyer

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Is Larry Elder Considering a 2024 Presidential Bid?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | 8 hrs ago

Is Larry Elder Considering a 2024 Presidential Bid?

"I just saw my buddy Larry elder on a TV spot today for relief factory he's got a bunch of spots out. I wonder how that's going to apply to his possible presidential bid. Somebody just sent me an article that Larry elder is seriously mulling a Republican presidential run in 2024. You know, he challenged Gavin Newsom had a great showing in California. Could you see president Larry elder? Why do I think there's going to be a 137 Republican candidates in the GOP primary in 2024? Why do I think there's going to be a dozens and dozens? I mean, remember 2016, there were 16 great candidates and one guy won. He beat them all back. What's this going to look like?

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Fresh update on "california" discussed on KCBS Radio Morning News

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:22 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "california" discussed on KCBS Radio Morning News

"Now on the Odyssey app, or wherever you get your podcasts. Kcbs news time two 43 in our news watch continues. Four years after the state started issuing non binary government IDs, new numbers show fewer than 16,000 people have opted for it, as kcbs reporter Holly kwon tells us this comes as Republican led states are pushing to limit transgender civil rights. Since 2017, when the DMV started offering an X for the gender designation on an ID or driver's license, fewer than 16,000 people have opted for it. The Sacramento bee says about 10,000 of those were between the ages of 16 and 29. Our society has a long history of trying to shoehorn people into roles that aren't them. San Francisco state senator Scott Weiner originally pushed for the change in state law. He says this isn't about numbers, it's about validation. You know at a young age that you are not like everyone else. And when you have that realization, it makes all the difference in the world when you have a family that embraces that. And it makes all the difference in the world when you have a government that supports those families in supporting their children. He's also written another law which takes effect a month from now, which makes California a trans refuge state, which means police here won't enforce the laws of other states if they keep parents from seeking gender affirming healthcare for their trans kids. It also prevents California police from complying without a state subpoenas for health information on a trans child. Holly Quan, quesadilla. A former warrior is offering advice to a struggling younger player. We're going to get you the

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Mark Levin Is Upset Freedom Caucus Doesn't Support Kevin McCarthy

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:56 sec | 8 hrs ago

Mark Levin Is Upset Freedom Caucus Doesn't Support Kevin McCarthy

"Mark Levin came out yesterday and attacked a good number of our friends, members of the house freedom caucus, and called them boneheads. We love Mark Levin, the great one, but the great one is very upset that anyone would dare oppose one Kevin McCarthy of California as Speaker of the House. And a good many people in Congress are now joining the freedom caucus. Our numbers we're hearing between 20 and 30 Republicans will not be voting for Kevin McCarthy. And if that's the case, he's not going to have the votes. Now, there are plenty of people on and really it's really not the other side. It's everybody and then there's us. Because I am standing my ground on this Kevin McCarthy issue. This guy is this guy is not who he says he is.

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Fresh update on "california" discussed on KCBS Radio Morning News

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:00 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "california" discussed on KCBS Radio Morning News

"Dot com, Jason. Holly investors took a breather after the big rally on Wednesday, the Dow dropped 194 points to 34,395, the NASDAQ, though up 14 points at 11,482, S&P lower by three points to 40 76 will take a look at today's winners and losers at one 25. Jackie then, Jason. News time won 12 a new study finds California's wine industry successfully navigated the pandemic economically while creating hundreds of thousands of jobs in the process. Mike dewald reports California's wine sector has also made an impact nationally. The pandemic created a tough ecosystem for California's wine industry with a massive drop off in tourism, the sector was challenged to find a way to reach customers in other ways. Is what the wine institute says by and large, the industry solved the puzzle. It's innovative. They found a way to see a significant growth in off premise sales, along with some of the legislative and regulatory help we got there. The solution included virtual tastings and direct to consumer sales. The wine institute studied the impact of California's wine industry for the first time in 6 years to Caro says the report finds 27% growth in the state and even more nationally. We have seen an outgrowth of our wines getting to the rest of the country. That growth since the last time we did this report was approximately 49%. California wines, employ about 422,000 people in California and more than a million across the country, from growing, to selling to Caro says in turn that leads to billions in tax revenue. That money goes back to the community and it goes back to sustainable programs so we can be operating for decades to come. My dewalt kcbs. News time, one 14, the Giants lost a legend today. We check in on the sports line in a minute. The

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Dan Proft: The Implications of Illinois' SAFE-T Act

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:23 min | 1 d ago

Dan Proft: The Implications of Illinois' SAFE-T Act

"You're in a state. I think about the safety act ending cash bail in Illinois that is so devastating to police departments to law enforcement. Explain to everybody what Illinois safety act is. Yeah, I mean, it's basically what you guys did in New York State, but on steroids, it is the elimination of cash bail for what have been determined to be according to legislation, non detain able offenses, non attainable offenses like kidnapping, like arson, like second degree murder. You have county prosecutors. There's a 102 county prosecutors in Illinois, a hundred. But that didn't matter. And you have Illinois telling the public under this law, we will not be able to detain about half of the population in our respective county jails. So you're turning out violence have a propensity to repeat, particularly if there's no inhibition. And honestly, Mike, I don't know, maybe that's what it takes in places like Illinois or New York or California. Maybe until some of the suburban communities feel the impact of violent crime of the lawlessness that's taken hold at cities. And maybe that's what it will take to get people to make changes in the political leadership of their big cities and their state capital.

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Fresh update on "california" discussed on KCBS Radio Morning News

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:47 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "california" discussed on KCBS Radio Morning News

"A little bit. I can't take credit for that, but PUC decision could come in mid December. Jim Taylor, kcbs. The cost for a suicide net on the Golden Gate Bridge is now nearly $400 million. That's more than double its original price. The lead contractors on the project, which is already years behind schedule, claimed the overruns can be blamed on mismanagement by the bridge district. Chemical construction and Danny's construction filed allegations and state court this week that changes to and flaws in the government design along with a lack of transparency regarding the deterioration of the bridge's maintenance platforms are what sent construction costs soaring from a 142 million to at least 398 million. A bridge district spokesman blames the delays and cost increases in part on schema having three different owners since the beginning of work in 2018. The net was supposed to be done by January of last year, the new projected date is December of next year. Still, the common case CBS might walled, California's wine industry remains an economic force. It's typically not an industry that's seen as flexible and modern, but yet it is. One O 8 at KCB ass, we got a crash

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Pedophilia Promoted by Balenciaga, the Media, and the Government

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 1 d ago

Pedophilia Promoted by Balenciaga, the Media, and the Government

"You've got all these things balenciaga walks back, the ad campaign, but only to find out that the person that was responsible that their lead designer at balenciaga is actually somebody that's been photographed holding red babies like blood red babies in her arm. Really disgusting stuff. And, you know, not only that. Listen to this list. We call it the pro Pito lobby. Washington Post in New York Times write rave reviews about a new keto sympathizing play called downstate. Balenciaga glorifies the pedophilia in the new ad campaign, and then you have this story out of California with this state senator named Mark Scott wiener. So if you don't know this name, his name is Scott Weiner. And he has he's the most prolific, he's the most prolific state senator I think in the country. The guy has been massively massively effective at getting basically pro pedophilia laws passed. So there was a viral story yesterday where thousands of these pedophiles convicted pedophiles are getting released onto the streets of California without even serving a year in prison. And it's because he's successfully passed a law that's diminishing the criminal effect of getting convicted of sexualizing or abusing young children. And this Scott Weiner has been photographed at these gay pride parades and different things wearing sort of like S&M type costumes

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Ryan Girdusky Wants to See the GOP Focusing on Moving Forward

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:44 min | 2 d ago

Ryan Girdusky Wants to See the GOP Focusing on Moving Forward

"I wanted to ask you a little bit about kind of just things moving forward because I really do think our party needs to have some kind of cohesiveness in terms of not just tactics, but also some kind of vision, because right now it seems like things are a little confused, maybe because we don't have a clear plan. I think you mentioned crime did really well because people in California and New York are probably experienced crazy crime, especially in cities. But I wonder if people who live in Iowa who live in other places in the country do they respond to a lot of that or do you think those candidates need to be speaking about things that really affect the people who live there, how they can make their lives better? Oh, absolutely. I think you're right. I think that Willis and crime is up not only in cities, but they are also up in the world. That is that is a misnomer that people really haven't picked up. And I think crime is up 20 or 30% in rural areas. And there are also independent suburban areas. So I think crime is the issue that brings suburban voters in on. And I just think they got distracted on some of these. I don't want to say culture war things because it's not culture. We're certainly crime as a culture issue. But I wish that the focus is more on quality of life than it was necessarily esoteric conversations on abortion bans that couldn't happen even if we wanted them to. Like even if every Republican or if they're not all die hard pro lifers, but even if they were, the votes weren't there. So rather than getting lost. And by the way, pro life governors all won reelection. It wasn't that they were against regulation. It's that the idea of a nationwide ban free them out more than a statewide ban is Ohio or statewide ban. Their governor to one one by 26 points. I think that that really, really, the idea of a nationwide ban for them out in a way that this state regulations. Because let's face it, most don't have an abortion. And then apparently that abortion. But half of men and then the women get abortions, it's a minister percentage of the population. So it's not about the realistic aspects of actually getting an abortion where you find one. It's the overarching idea of having this taken away nationwide. I think that brings them out more than the actual marketing. Because we were inching away against abortion for a long time when we had 20 heartbeat. Heartbeat, you had to think of a parent prevention reminder. You had to wait for days. The number of abortions was declining substantially. But what about they were against in their local level? I think people were actually doing this all gone tomorrow, freaked a lot of people out.

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Ex-prison warden faces trial over inmate abuse allegations

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 d ago

Ex-prison warden faces trial over inmate abuse allegations

"A former federal prison warden has gone on trial for allegations stemming from his treatment of female inmates in a facility known as the rape club. Rhaegar Sia retired from his job at the Dublin California correctional institution. After the FBI found nude photos of female inmates on his government issued phone. The 55 year old Garcia is among 5 staffers charged with molesting several women and forcing them to pose naked in their cells. One of the inmates testified they had intimate contact in a bathroom and said she felt like he cared about her. But then he became increasingly vulgar. Garcia's lawyer says there's no surveillance video showing these encounters, although one of the women alleges Garcia knew to avoid the cameras. I'm Jackie Quinn

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California police: Virginia man killed family, took teenager

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 d ago

California police: Virginia man killed family, took teenager

"California authorities say a Virginia man killed three members of a family and took a teen, I Norman hall. Police in riverside California say the suspect drove across the country to meet the teenage girl before killing three members of her family. He was identified as 28 year old Austin Lee Edwards. He was in law enforcement. Edwards was a Virginia state police trooper and was recently hired as a sheriff's deputy. He was portraying to be someone younger and probably someone different. Edwards obtained information, including her address, he took the teen, but was killed in a shootout the same day as the homicides. The girl was not harmed. I Norman hall

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Sebastian Dives Into 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' With Chris Kohls

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 3 d ago

Sebastian Dives Into 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' With Chris Kohls

"Years, even some of the people involved with the making of these movies have categorized them, Chris, as B movies, as substandard kind of hokey fun. I think this is one of the best movies. I mean, if you have to give me the top 5 movies to choose, raiders will be amongst the top 5. Where does this be movie thing come from? And isn't it unfair? Yeah, it's definitely unfair, but I would say that there's a lot of different kinds of films, right? You write a film for a specific purpose. And there are some really powerful, amazing films that I will never want to see more than once. You know what I mean? Like really beautifully well made, impressive films, but they're not fun. They're not funny. They're not exciting. Watching Indiana Jones is just so much fun. Especially if you haven't seen it in a while, raiders lost art in particular. You forget some things and your watch, and you're thinking, man, this is just fantastic. I want to do this. I want to be on this adventure. I don't think you can make film better than that, right? To make the audience want to be doing the thing in the film that they're watching, that's to me, that's the ultimate goal right there. If you can make them want to be in the film, then you've won. If you want to emulate the protagonist, then the person making the movie has done their job. Even this, I mean, this moment that the traveling to Nepal. There's no amazing special effects. I think the seaplane was filmed somewhere out in California. And then they have this, you can say it's hokey. This image of the plane moving over a map, the red line, but it's perfect. It takes you back. It's kind of a period special effects, if you will.

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AP Top 25: Michigan up to No. 2 behind top-ranked Georgia

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 d ago

AP Top 25: Michigan up to No. 2 behind top-ranked Georgia

"Four top ten teams lost on the final day of regular season games, and that's produced change in the AP poll, Georgia remains number one, but Michigan moves up to second after powering past last week's number two Ohio State. The buckeyes dropped to 5th. TCU slots in at third, and Southern California is fourth, USC is the only team in the top four with a loss. The rest of the top ten now has Alabama at 6 just ahead of Tennessee, Penn State follows at 8 with Washington number 9, Clemson's lost to South Carolina drops it to ten. While the other top ten teams to fall were LSU now 11 and Oregon tumbling to 15. I'm Ben Thomas.

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Thompson-Robinson rallies No. 17 UCLA past Cal, 35-28

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 d ago

Thompson-Robinson rallies No. 17 UCLA past Cal, 35-28

"The UCLA bruins used the late second quarter touchdown to build momentum as they held off California, 35, 28. Ruins quarterback Dorian Thompson Robinson was 21 of 30 for a 189 yards and a touchdown. Dealing with these guys all year. And being able to be a real brotherhood and lean on each other at times when things get harder or adversity hits. So again, I'm just so thankful to be able to play with these guys again and enjoy this win for sure. Meanwhile, the golden bears lost 7 of their final 8 games. In the loss, Cal's Jack plummer was 24 of 34 passing for 294 yards and four touchdowns. Ryan leong, Berkeley

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Mexico wants American extradited on charges in tourist death

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 6 d ago

Mexico wants American extradited on charges in tourist death

"Prosecutors in Mexico are pushing for the extradition of an American woman suspected in the death of one of her traveling companions. Mexican prosecutors have not named the woman they filed charges against, but a video that has been widely circulating on social media shows Robinson of Charlotte, North Carolina, being beaten by another woman, a man with an American accent can be heard asking Robinson, can you at least fight back Robinson says no. The group Robinson was traveling with left Mexico after she was found dead October 29th in a villa they had been renting, and autopsy revealed that Robinson died of a severe spinal cord or neck injury. Prosecutors in the state of Baja, California Sur, say they've approached Mexican federal prosecutors and diplomats to try to get the woman extradited to face charges in Mexico and a warrant has been issued for her arrest. I'm Donna water

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DHS Uses Tech Company Backdoor to Censor Speech

Mark Levin

01:19 min | Last week

DHS Uses Tech Company Backdoor to Censor Speech

"So you see in the totalitarian state of California and like many other blue states they want to control the information And instead of you having a right to hear from different doctors and maybe make decisions as an adult they want to control the information and anyone who does not put out what the state wants Will then be taken off You'll be kicked off You'll be kicked off the doctor island I mean really it's the tactics of true authoritarianism To intimidate doctors into just repeating what the government wants them to say That's not freedom It's also dangerous to the public health because how could we ever come up with new ideas and new experimental treatments if doctors are afraid to open their mouths because they're afraid of the state's going to come in and kicking their door and take away their medical license It's terrifying And unfortunately during COVID and still now I mean don't forget the recent report that came out that said the Department of Homeland Security has a backdoor into these tech companies to be able to silence any misinformation on everything from the Afghanistan withdrawal to race relations in this country voting you know if you come out there and you suggest for example that having to show an ID is something that is okay they can take that down And of course COVID the pandemic I mean anything really So it's still going on to this day and Fauci should account for that as well

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Razorfirst and Sebastian Discuss the Mechanics of Collecting Ballots

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | Last week

Razorfirst and Sebastian Discuss the Mechanics of Collecting Ballots

"I have drawn the following conclusions. Tell me if I'm off base or what's missing, raise the 5th. My take is the following. Where we have normal elections, let's say, two weeks of voting, we should do politics. We should campaign on a message, build a platform, get that candidate in front of as many people as possible and have rallies. Everywhere else, like Pennsylvania with 50 days, Virginia with 45 days. I mean, a Republican government, 45 days of voting, it's not about elections anymore, razor fist. It's about the mechanics of collecting ballots, not votes collecting ballots, and we just have to build that machine. And policies, platforms really don't matter because if Pennsylvania can vote for federman, then this isn't about politics. What do you think? Well, and some states come right out with it. They even venerate. I mean, California law venerates the practice, just explicates it is actually legal to ballot harvest. Right. Which makes it makes it a really tough sell in all the states where the Democratic Party is pretend that ballot harvesting does not exist and is a conspiracy theory. California doesn't seem to think so. They actually passed a law passing it. The thing that's hilarious about what you mentioned was Katie Hobbs, of course, the candidate that Carrie Lake was running against. It's bigger than that. People outside of Arizona only know Carrie Lake is the charismatic person that they've caught maybe an advertisement or a speech from. But here in Arizona, she had been a journalist and very, very visible here for over two decades. She was in the biggest markets from north to south for 25 years. She was a phase, right? Absolutely. And what's worse, her opponent was in charge of the election,

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Republicans Discuss How to Move Away From Trump

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:59 min | Last week

Republicans Discuss How to Move Away From Trump

"Welcome back, America two here at David and drucker. I didn't give a damn for the whole state of Michigan either because he is from California, but he was in Las Vegas last week for the first Republican candidate walk. It sort of like a fashion show and all the Republican candidates show up and this time it was the Republican Jewish coalition headed up by our old friend norm Coleman. David good, Thanksgiving week to you. What did you learn in Las Vegas? I tweeted out your article, but you tell us. It was very interesting weekend. I think what struck me the most is that there is a lot of consideration now and very open public consideration of whether or not they want, whether or not Republican activists and donors, but not just donors, but activists, people who knock on doors, all of that stuff. Want Donald Trump to continue to be the titular head of the party. He's obviously the FrontRunner for the 2024 nomination having announced he's a former president. He's got a very strong relationship with the Republican base. But after three consecutive electoral defeats, particularly this last one stinging because of how it unfolded and the opportunities that were there for Republicans, there was just a lot of talk about wanting fresh leadership continue the former president's policies by and large, but somebody fresh. I got that. Not just Rome Republicans who want to take his place, like Mike Pompeo, Mike Pence, Chris Christie, Nikki Haley. I talked to a number of Republicans, not Haley, but a number of the names that I just listed. But also just talking to the activists that were there. And I think people need to keep in mind the Republican Jewish coalition initially skeptical of Trump in the 2016 campaign really warm to him quite immensely because his record in the Middle East and as it relates to Israel and Iran and everything else in that region of the world was stellar from their point of view and very accomplished from their point of view. So it's not like, well, they never really liked them anyway. If you became a fan favorite.

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John Zmirak From Stream.org Shares a Few Thanksgiving Dinner Ideas

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | Last week

John Zmirak From Stream.org Shares a Few Thanksgiving Dinner Ideas

"John's mirror. You're a cruel person. And I like that about you. You've written a piece at the stream called conversational gambits to placate your doomed woke kin at Thanksgiving, presumably. Okay, so you're talking about using this Carl Rogers. That's why affirming their statements. You're saying orange man bed, correct? Right. Go ahead. I hear you saying that election deniers should be imprisoned. I hear you saying that private firearms should all be confiscated. You just repeat back to the president you make sure that you accurately heard what they said. But and here's where I think it can be fun. You make it a little crazier. So if the person says, I don't, I think election deniers and climate deniers are unfit parents. You say, I hear you saying that election deniers and climate deniers are unfit parents and should be sterilized by the government. And your family member from California will probably say, yeah. Yeah, that's what I said. And what you do is every crazy thing this person says, you repeat it back to them, made 33.3% crazier. And by the end, this person will not be angry. They will go home feeling affirmed, feeling that they've been listening to, feeling that actually you had a lot of creative input to offer to their worldview. But everyone else at the table will hear this person completely discredit themselves by endorsing the nuttiest crap imaginable, which you have put into their mouths. So everybody wins. And that's my favorite thing about you.

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How to Deal With Horrifying Family Members at Thanksgiving

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:29 min | Last week

How to Deal With Horrifying Family Members at Thanksgiving

"If you have a family member who did something shocking and horrifying that sadly common who someone who went and lived in California? And came back, having adopted the official state religion of Gaia worship. And this person brings back her religious beliefs to you. How do you deal with that at Thanksgiving? Okay, how do you deal with that? Thanksgiving. A guy of worshiping former Californian comes to the table. That's right. Yeah, well, it's tempting to argue, okay? It's tempting to get in a fight about it. Like the 2020 election or Donald Trump or gun rights. But I recommend a different technique. One which psychologists call Rogers developed for dealing with particularly intransigent delusional patients in state mental hospitals in the late 1950s. It's rogerian listening where someone says something. And rather than engage it, you affirm that you heard it and you check it back with them. And you say, okay, I hear you saying that orange man is bad. And they say, yes, I said orange fan is bad. Okay, so you basically you do the rosarian affirmation thing. But each time you exaggerate it,

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Kelly Tshibaka: Lisa Murkowski Was Not Properly Vetted

Mark Levin

01:09 min | Last week

Kelly Tshibaka: Lisa Murkowski Was Not Properly Vetted

"In our race we literally had an actress from California come up here change her name pretend to be an Alaskan to try and become our U.S. senator Could you imagine she has dark money funded in everything if we had fallen for that And if it hadn't been exposed in time and read elected a fake person on actress from California funded by dark money to be our next U.S. senator that's how crazy this system is because you don't have parties actually vetting candidates to say this person is legitimate They stand for what we believe and they can run with our name and that's what's actually here worked for Murkowski's advantage She's been thrown out of the Republican Party She's not a member She's been told she can not be a member She can not use the Republican name She's been officially censured It didn't stop her She decided she's going to call herself a Republican anyway We can see from the votes the actual Democrat candidate has only 10% of the vote So where did all those Democrats go They ranked her number one Murkowski's are putative Democrat candidate but she has an R behind her name because in Alaska you can't be a U.S. senator and not be a Republican This really should have been a race between me and the Democrat candidate that Murkowski is on the ballot anyway and that's because of ranked choice election

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"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

03:29 min | Last month

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today, on the Southern California real estate report, we talk about a new hotel coming to San Diego. Stay tuned. Thank you. Thank you. Good morning, welcome to the Southern California real estate report. This is bob McGuire and Daniel wise coming to you from San Diego, California. So today, one of the things that we're talking about and we've been talking about is the bayfront projects that are going on, right? And so it looks like Doug Manchester is planning another hotel here in San Diego. For those of you that aren't from San Diego, Doug Manchester owns the Manchester Hyatt. He also used to own one of the hotels up in del mar, which was the grand Hyatt. But he's since sold that one. I think he's still owns, he does own still own the Manchester grand Hyatt downtown. And he's going to do another hotel, probably his last hotel. He's 80 years old now. But a pretty prolific developer for those of you who don't know too, he also owns the Fairmont in Austin, Texas as well. So I'm going off the UT article here, but I also watched an interview with him this morning because I've kind of always admired his work and he's kind of an interesting guy and he's always in the news on one level or another. Especially when it comes to real estate here. So this new hotel, so one of the issues obviously is that, you know, it's tough with the financing and the rates and things like that. That's probably their biggest hurdle right now. So it looks like they have approval from the city. So the hotel itself, it's going to be 36 stories. It's going to be 1150 rooms. This is going to be a more opulent hotel, I think, than what the Manchester Hyatt is. And based on the interview, they're going to try and do something that's a bit more modern, but higher end and I think it's going to cater

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Southern California Real Estate Report

03:25 min | Last month

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Southern California Real Estate Report

04:44 min | 3 months ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today, on the Southern California real estate report. We talk about parking. Stay tuned. Thank you. Good morning. Welcome to Southern California real estate report. This is bob McGuire and Daniel wise coming to you from San Diego, California. Once again, something that's been a

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Southern California Real Estate Report

04:36 min | 5 months ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today, on the Southern California real estate report, we talk about which real estate markets will fare well in a recession. Stay tuned. Good morning welcome to the Southern California real estate report. This is bob McGuire and Daniel wise coming to you from San Diego, California. So once again in the news,.

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Southern California Real Estate Report

02:24 min | 6 months ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"And that's a 15% increase from last year this time. You know, this is pretty unbelievable. You have lived in San Diego for a long time. I've lived in San Diego for a long time. And both of us obviously have been exposed to different sides of the real estate market and things like that. I've never seen this kind of velocity in the market. As far as just increases rent and prices and everything else. So this has been something else. I know being from LA, you know, you and I talked many years ago about LA and LA was really expensive like 5 years ago. It seems like LA has kind of tapered off and is slowing down. I think San Francisco is too. I still look at all these new jobs that are going to be coming to San Diego. And these are pretty high paying jobs. And what that's going to do to our rents and to our inventory. We are totally under inventoried on rental properties and as this woman says from the association of realtors, I mean, she's not seeing really any pricing declines coming in the future. We'll see. I mean, obviously this is all speculation to some degree. But there really is a shortage of housing in our market and now we're feeling this supply and demand pain. Yeah, I agree. It is. You know, it's been, it's been coming. Yeah. It's been coming in, you know, like I said, we've seen other markets. I remember specifically like LA and how fast their rents increased between, let's say, probably between 2016 and 2018. It seemed like rents were going, I mean, people were moving from Santa Monica way across the four O 5 and still paying three grand a month for a one bedroom. You knew that rents were moving fast. So and I know you've talked to me about your brother having trouble finding a place and it's tough, you know? And now San Diego is definitely following suit. So Southern California is just, it's hard to live here and it's expensive. Thanks for listening today. This has been the Southern California real estate report. Talk to you next week. Thank you. Thank you..

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Southern California Real Estate Report

04:49 min | 8 months ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Get out of their house. But here's the question, okay, so that's a good point. And I would agree with that. And I think you're right. I think a lot of people that's probably the number that two or three days a week to be in the office on a Tuesday and a Thursday or Monday Wednesday, Friday or something like that. I think companies would be, it would be a huge mistake if they didn't allow that for their people because I think it ultimately it will make you more competitive when you're seeking out the best people. I think we've also learned that from a standpoint of productivity. What we've seen in most companies earnings and things like that, we didn't see this big drop off. In productivity or anything like that, especially in the tech world. And the tech world still has a lot of space here in California. You wonder if this does happen, what is the shrink going to be? Well, in to the your point, exactly. So the tech world is the one expanding. And the tech world technically, is the best probably industry to be online. So what does that say? What do they know about look, I think they make too much money is one of their problems, and they need to spend that money. But they also realize that and they're putting it into a hard asset, you know? So. But I don't think that's a bad call. Yeah, but they're creating space as I've just not just office, right? They're creating creative spaces. I mean, the idea of being hopefully that, that, you know, you can not it can not live in your work and breathe into your home all day long. At least I don't think it's very healthy unless you're maybe getting out and going for a run every few hours and people are pretty disconnected on a whole as a whole anyhow. Just from that whole social media world and everything else..

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Southern California Real Estate Report

01:45 min | 10 months ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"But then you combine that with the fact that there's also issues of having a process within the cities to pull a permit in a timely fashion. We are doing a reconstruction job on a building that has a residential component and we've been working on that for a year. So all of this stuff, this so like the pandemic created like the perfect storm, right? Where everything got hit at once. So this is going to be very interesting to watch. My question is, is what is going to be the thing that gets us out of this? I mean, interest rates have to go up. But how is that going to affect inventory? I mean, how do we get back to a balanced inventory? The inventory is so beaten down in the country. I mean, we're 300,000 homes behind. My point is, I don't think this is going to end any time soon. It's kind of like San Diego. You know, our market you and I have talked about this. How many times with especially on our podcast where, you know, the city is like, well, we're 10,000 units behind. We're just, I think it's going to go on for a long time. I completely agree. And I think it's something that we should talk about and additional podcasts. Yeah, for sure. So we'll keep you posted on this. This is going to be an interesting topic. And if you're in the market to buy a house, we're sorry to hear that because it's going to be really difficult. So hang in there and keep making offers. Thanks for listening today. This is Southern California real estate report..

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Southern California Real Estate Report

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today on the southern california real estate report we talk about runs. Stay tuned good morning. Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob. Mcguire daniel wise coming to you from san diego california so so we just closed out the third quarter and so a lot of the conversation that we've had on southern california real estate report has been related to the multifamily market and specifically to rent so outside of the different developments. That new projects that are going on have been driving a lot of these high rents now. We're seeing kind of a change. So this is a co star article and it's from november second so relatively recent and the multifamily rent growth came to a halt over the month of october So it's a first month over month decline in asking rent since april of twenty twenty and rents fell at a similar pace in april and the interesting thing is about co star is in a lot of these larger properties with a larger institutional owners. They have like a daily asking rent number. So if you went to rent an apartment a two bedroom two bath in little italy from let's say arch down. They use a pricing metric. That basically generates. What that rent's gonna be per per day. And so so coast are kind of does the same thing through their apartments dot com website. That they own so they can you know aggregate all that data and then figure out what the dealing asti as he has and so so so rents have obviously grown at a at a massive pace here in the market over the past twelve months rising almost as high as twelve point three percent and just below the peak. They're saying at the end of the third quarter. But then you know it kind of came to a halt here in october and it dropped about a about a half a percent from where it was so you know the question is right now. What people are trying to kind of wonder is and it's the same on the residential real estate. I'm hearing that home sales to are kind of pulling back a little bit. And so you know when you look at what's happened in san diego over the last year. You've had this massive rank growth. Now we're coming into the holidays things like that. Maybe people aren't moving as much. Maybe there's not as much inventory or is this sort of an indication of what's to come that maybe rents now are gonna kinda taper off and pull back so it's hard to say you know. I mean this definitely gives you some insight but you know it's and it's probably a good thing to see things slow down a little bit. Yeah look. I think that it's probably pretty normal for this time of year to slow down a little bit too and things have just been so crazy and so hot that to see a little bit of a slow down. I think he's probably healthy. I mean there's only so much so much growth you can have in a short period of time. It seems reasonable. I think we've really kinda hit that. And when you look at that..

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Southern California Real Estate Report

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today on the southern california real estate report eighty us come under fire. Stay tuned good morning. Welcome to southern california real estate report. This bob mcguire and daniel wise coming to you from california once again in the news eighty us which in san diego and in california are. There's something that it so it's an accessory dwelling unit it's something that was passed as an as an incentive for new housing that could be created on a more streamlined development process. Right right so the whole the whole point of this is that the state of california is way behind in the construction of new housing units So the goal for the state is to have one point five million new housing units done by twenty twenty nine. So here we are. Were in basically going into twenty twenty two couple more months left in the year. And so we're looking at a seven year window to get you know whatever. Millions of units need to be done to meet this requirement. So the ada you in theory was a really good idea right. It allowed people that had larger lots to add an additional unit that could be a granny flat or like an inlaws unit. It could allow for multi generational living it can also be rented as a market rate unit or a close to market rate unit. It was at the time it was like one hundred and twenty percent of i think area mean right so so you know it. It was a good idea in theory. Now there's a city councilman here in san diego. It is sean illo rivera. Who is the council member from district. Nine district nine in san diego if you if you live in san diego and you know san diego. It's basically kensington to the west going over towards the college area and rolando and then coming down into city height. So it's kind of a kind of a sort of a t shape in the middle of the map of the city of san diego and so he represents district nine and like in district nine looking at that we now. There's a lot of construction of eighty us. That's going on so people been complaining to some degree saying. Hey you know there's not enough parking. There's not enough space. It's affecting our privacy this that and the other so you know. There's there's always the once again. It's back to the nimby argument right and so that this guy has a lot of ways of saying that he needs this eighty you it has to be amended and it has to include all these things and i honestly you know if you cut down a tree at plan. Another tree like the. It's a it's a little ridiculous..

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Southern California Real Estate Report

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today on the southern california real estate report we talked about news. Zony rules state. Good morning southern california real estate report. This is bob. Mcguire daniel wise coming to you from san diego california so Kind of big news in the housing worlds right so governor newsom survived the the recall effort right. There was a recall effort for the governor of california for those of you. That aren't from california. We're not even going to comment on it. It's it was all now. Who knows what so that. It's not real estate related. So yeah it's not. It's not part of the conversation but he came out right after that and signed to pretty historic housing bills so the first one was senate bill number nine and literally. I think this was the day after the recall it so it was september fourteenth that he signed these or i guess. The recall vote was on the fourteenth. Excuse me and he signed him like the next day. So housing was obviously. There's been a big discussion about that housing in california is it's always one of the things that's consent can consistently on our radar. Something that we get asked about the most. You know what's going to happen with rants what's going to happen with housing costs and so these two bills are pretty interesting. So the first one is senate bill nine and this bill allows homeowners now to split a single family lot and to build duplexes all the way up to actually to to do to duplexes zone you can take. Sf are lot and split it into four units on it so that's interesting and then Then senate bill number. Ten and that measure creates a streamline zoning process to allow developers to build up to ten market rate multifamily units that are near transit or urban infill neighborhoods. So that's really exciting. So if you're somebody that lives in a larger city san diego los angeles san francisco cities like that. There is now a more open and friendly zoning process. I think you and i've talked about this. We kind of have mixed feelings about it right. Yeah i mean like you need my housing. You'd need more housing. Ideally i don't want an apartment building built thanks to my house. I wouldn't like that. I don't think anyone really wants that. I think that in areas where maybe there's been some changes or if there's been some right away changes like with the freeways with the transit with things like that i think this is a way to reclaim some of those residential sites that get maybe purchased. Or it's a it's a it's a taking or they do it in a way that that homeowner and maybe doesn't get any kind of compensation it's just because it was part of the public right away to start with those are good ways to reclaim that real estate into multifamily housing which it probably should be and that's another thing it's transit oriented so you know how but one bill is number ten is translated. Yeah i never tennis transit us the bigger one. Yeah that's the bigger one that would be multifamily right. The the sf are one is kind of interesting. That's that's going to four units and you know it's the same thing i mean it'll be interesting to see how this all shakes out. Yeah i mean look i have neighborhoods here north park. You know normal heights. This is very normal. There are tons of single family. Residential mixed in with multi unit apartment buildings and smaller duplex four plex or for unit properties. That are all over the place. Exactly i i don't think in those neighborhoods..

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Southern California Real Estate Report

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Take today on the southern california real estate report we talk about. How many housing units have belt stay tuned. Good morning welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel wise for san diego california so once again. The big topic in in southern california and didn't see the ego of course is home building. This is an article that came to us from the and i believe it was an yesterday's edition. Which would be september eighth september eighth. Okay good so this is fresh off the press. This sorta is gonna give an update on some of the housing and permit activity. That's going on in the city which is very positive. So it's kind of a good thing. Obviously you and i have. We've been talking about a lot of a lot of these projects independently we've mentioned in our podcast and now we're starting to see some of the production that is coming out of out of these different projects and kind of what's to be expected for housing in the future brain and what they're gonna do as far as trying to improve processes to get permits done gary london who is a guy that i really respect to we've seen speak at the usd functions and he's a longtime san diegan and has been a in the real estate world here forever and and he owns a company that that does a lot of. It's like a real estate. Think tank right. And they also help with permitting and feasibility studies in all sorts of stuff and so he's one of the guys that's quoted in this in this article but to touch on some of the highlights so So the the good news is is that at the current pace right now. It looks like we're gonna have see ten thousand homes this year in our market multifamily building townhomes condos and.

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Southern California Real Estate Report

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today on the southern california real estate report. We talk about todd. Gloria housing plan stadium morning. Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob. Mcguire daniel wise coming to you from san diego california so one of the big issues here in san diego and we've talked about it a lot of times on our podcast and it's.

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Southern California Real Estate Report

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today on the southern california real estate report we talk about. Rents stay tuned. good morning. Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel wise coming to you from san diego california once again in the news post..

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Southern California Real Estate Report

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Post pandemic things happening in the real estate world and probably one of the biggest things or at least one of the biggest changes that we've seen and we it's interesting because we have the weather for it but the dining regulations for outdoor dining regulations or being extended right. And i think that's a good thing. So they're gonna so. The city council has voted eight two eight zero to extend the street permits until july. Twenty second for all the outside dining so all the or excuse me twenty twenty two july thousand twenty two. So all of the Outside dining areas that you see set up. They're going to leave that setup for the next year a little over a year and i think it's great. I i agree. I mean i i've eaten indoors now Being vaccinated. I feel pretty comfortable with it but i also rather eat outside and if i had the choice typically i would choose outdoor dining at this point just because we are living in san diego and What why would you wanna be in a crowded indoor space. I mean even though. I know they're not full capacity inside. I mean it's typically it's nice weather sun doesn't go down till almost eight anyways it's It's easy to eat outside. And if they have good if they have nice options. I think that one thing that you have to think about what this outdoor dining is. These people have spent a lot of money. Maybe a little too much money building really nice dining experiences outdoors. So they're not like you're just eating on the side of the street you really are. You're in a really kind of an environment. That's conducive to the restaurant.

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Southern California Real Estate Report

02:30 min | 1 year ago

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"Where it's it's it's really crazy around southern california and just california in general so even the stories you hear of people migrating out of los angeles and san francisco those markets are still superheated to you know. So you're telling me think about your brother or somebody. That was looking at a house that i mean it was ridiculous or wasn't it a friend of yours that there was like multiple offense or it's just it's crazy right now. Even you know doesn't matter who you are. It's crazy and it's a matter what price point you're at it's dogfights interesting part about this is that it's a it's a it's a dogfight at any price point so maybe when colbrad starts to really come to an end if and people start moving around there's more inventory that hope you know i feel. I feel bad for people that are trying to get into homes right now. Yeah it's it's a lot of work it's a lot of time and it is it. Is it's frustrating. We're i mean we're we're in the process of getting ready to accept offers on property that we're selling and we've we've gotten six offers right in like four days property two years ago you probably would waited thirty days to finally do something exactly so. Let's even tight. Yeah yeah home. Thirty days i know and now we're seeing like all cash close in fifteen days. You know crazy things like that waving appraisal contingencies. You know just just crazy stuff. So it's like you know the thing that worries me is the frenzy of out. People making emotional decisions like that. And here we go again. Overpaying for real estate. It's not a very wise business decision to go out and make an offer on a home like that and let's your dang sure you're saying it for the next thirty years i mean i just or you're keeping it forever because you you're you're in it at beyond what it's worth so which is kind of crazy so but you know we'll see what happens this. This summer is going to be interesting. So we'll keep an eye on the housing market. Thanks for listening today..

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Southern California Real Estate Report

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today on the southern california real estate report we talk about updates the faultline map stay tune. Good morning this this southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire daniel wise coming to you from san diego california wet san diego today guy out today. It's been it's been it's been kind of a wet march which is good bright so like these little storms that come through. Yeah we're we were in need of rain and we're we're getting some measurable rain now so interesting interesting topic today so something that. If you're not from california you're not very very familiar with this and if you are in california you might still be familiar with it. But if you've done a real estate transaction you're definitely familiar with all of the disclosures that required in a real estate transaction in the state of california so california more so than any state i think probably has the highest amount of different types of disclosures for different types of things and usually at the beginning of a transaction every buyer is supplied by a seller What's called an hd report and that's a natural hazards report basically goes through and tells you about fire any kind of hazard that may be due to the real estate and one of the big ones is earthquake in lines. And there's been a new change to these faultlines that affects san diego county and the city of san diego. Pretty pretty heavily. Yeah it does it does. So it's something that you know so you have to look at it from two sides right so on one side. This is a good thing we you know. I'm a fan of full disclosure. I think it's a it's a great thing for california to do what it does. Because it takes if you're sitting correctly in the space and everything is fully disclosed then when the when the sale perfects usually there won't be any issues because everything has been aboveboard bright and everyone can do their own individual investigations and they can do whatever they need to do to figure out you know whether or not they wanna move forward at certain points in the contract. Based on the disclosures that are given between the buyer and the seller brian so but this one is especially interesting because of where it falls in the city of san diego so the fault lines that we currently have you. Obviously we have the andrius fall. We have a bunch of other faults. Said also run east and west north and south and so. That's just the way california is if you look on a map on any given day. There's always a seismic mac but it's in the newspapers here that showed the seismic activity for the day you know and it's usually at very nominal or or unrecognizable levels for us to feel on a day-to-day basis but it is going on now. Something to consider. San diego has kind of an older housing stock. So we have a lot of nineteen fifties and you know. There was a tremendous amount of development. Here between let's say the forties and the seventies right and so there's a lot of race foundations. There's a lot of poured slabs or things like that so one of the things. Now that's going to be required because of this change in faultlines and because you know the scientists who study this and the people from the california geological survey they're the ones that release these maps and so some of the proposed faultlines they include a several mile stretch originating from the northern. Point of mission bay. And it's going to extend all the way basically a three prong extension from there that runs all the way down to the mission bay to the airport. The from the airport up into mission hills amd banker sale. So that's a pretty big chunk of the city..

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"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today on the southern california real estate report we talk about amazon's new facility. Stay tune good morning. Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob..

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