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"dave workman" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Back with you. Before we get our guest in here, I do want to get ten minutes. He's going to hold for a little while. Tim, thanks for your pacing, sir. How can we help you? Tom, thanks a million. I really appreciate it. I just want to let you know I came across enough wanted to know if you knew anything about it, but I saw an email from Bill Wilson at Wilson combat about a new defense of ammo that the rolling out called Lehi defense. I guess he likes the company or the bullets so much that he bought the whole company. And the best way I can describe it is it looks like a solid copper bullet and it looks like a great big fat end of a drill bit and apparently it's supposed to have a terrific wound channel and it's not going to get clogged up through heavy clothing and drywall. Like some other and Lee has actually had the folks, I had the folks from Lehigh on the show before, they were the ones that black hills ammo worked with to create the honey badger line of ammo in bullets. And so very similar in form between the Lehigh defense and the honey badger bullets and flows that don't know, yeah, that's a pretty good description. It looks like a solid bullet with a real bit on the in kind of a look. It doesn't expand, but you get this hydraulic pressure and our reports are that they work very well. Upshot them into ballistic jets in a good bit. I actually have a couple of boxes of the Lehi ammo in ten millimeter because there was no honey badger ammo in ten millimeter. So I wanted to make sure I got that. But now that you mentioned, I remember Wilson buying Lehi and they'll do a really good job of marketing them. So there's nothing wrong with this ammo and these bullets. And so if you like them, you know, I would get them. Did you buy any? Have you ordered any? I have their arriving on Wednesday. And I think Bill Wilson has a whole plant that he's building to manufacture these in Texas. Okay. Tell me what you want to do. When you get them in, go out and shoot them. One of the fun things to do is to get like, oh, 6 to 8 water jobs. Just one gallon of water jugs. I mean, I just go ahead and buy the 89 cent gallon jugs of water at the store. And line them all up and shoot them. And you get two things. Well, three things. One you'll see how far they penetrate too. You'll get the impact that blows water all over the place. You can see that. But three, in most cases, you can actually recover the bullet. And that's pretty cool to be able to do that. So if you just want to go have some fun out there, you know, set you up a picnic table or something, line up a bunch of one gallon jugs, water and then just shoot them. Appreciate that. They can appreciate that. All right, let's bring in Dave workman, our buddy, we've been friends for an awful long time. Of course, a real journalist works at the Second Amendment foundation does a lot of other things. Dave, how are you, sir? Well, I'm fine, Tom, how are you doing? I am well. It has been a busy couple of weeks ever since the Bruin decision popped out of the Supreme Court, and it's like a flurry of activity, both lawsuits from our side, challenging existing laws and going back and trying to challenge some of the decisions being made. But also activity from the gun band side, such as New York saying where we're going to rush into law ten different laws and even to get you to comment on this one, they're going to require you if you want a pistol permit. Carry permit to turn over the information of all your social media. What's going on here? Well, it's an invasion of privacy in my opinion. And whether it actually is or not, that's certainly up for the legal beagles to sort out, but to demand that someone provide access to their social media material. That is beyond the kin to me. I think that it's nonsense, frankly, and all it is is harassment really. That's what it boils down to. And it moves or if they are able to enforce it, it would move New York right back to where they started. They would have an opportunity. To arbitrarily just deny somebody a concealed carry permit back there. And I think that's really what they're after. Exactly. I mean, for those who didn't quite follow it, the whole idea behind the ruined decision, the Supreme Court decision was New York required you to show proper cost before you could get a carry permit. Proper cause was whatever the issuing officer thought was worthwhile that you were worthy person that you were whatever it is. And almost no one got that because you didn't have quote unquote proper cost. Entire subjective and that was the whole idea is that if it's subjective, we can prevent you from getting the permit. All of this started when way back when they said, we're not going to let any black people get the permits. So we're going to have this rule. That way, no matter who it is, if you're black, you don't get a permit. And so typical of most gun control laws, they're rooted in racism. But now they're saying, okay, they said we can't do the proper cost thing. We can't require that. So we're going to look at your social media post and then we're

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"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

"UPDATE with Tom Cutler. The Seahawks continued to work toward their season opener a week from Sunday in Atlanta. They'll be back on the on the field at the V. Mac and rented today and need to trim their roster down to 53 players by the NFL mandated Saturday. 1 P.m. deadline. Mariners with an unexpected three days off to do a member of Oakland's traveling party testing positive for covert 19. They welcome some of the new faces yesterday they acquired in a trade earlier this week with the Padres included in that group Infielder Tie France, who figures to see playing time right away. He's glad barriers GM Jerry Dipoto had been interested in trading for him how the last couple of years he has said he's been trying to get me over here in You know, to feel wanted like that is pretty cool. You know for him to tell me I'm gonna come in and be in the lineup right away and hopefully make an impact. That was huge for me and definitely helps make the transition easier. The ballclub returns to action of all night hosting the Rangers for the first of four. Sounders and the really Salt Lake team playing to a two to draw last night in Salt Lake City, and the sound is now 30 and won over the last four games. The Seattle Storm despite a four for 17 shooting performance for Briana Stewart, Out of 71 64 win over the Washington Mystics in Bradenton, Florida Sue Bird return to the lineup after missing the last four games due to a knee injury and Brooklyn Nets are hiring Hall of Famer Steve Nash as their new coach. Sports attended £40 each hour. Tom other companies come on his time, 8 12. The police in Louisville are preparing for possible large crowds of protesters outside Churchill Downs at the Kentucky Derby on Saturday. Here's Mayor Greg Fischer. Unlawful protests will not be allowed if people are blocking traffic or creating dangerous conditions on roadways or trespassing. On private property against the wishes of the property owner on the police will sight and or arrest them. The Kentucky National Guard usually provides on track security, and they'll assist officers with traffic control and any incidents that may happen around the outside protesters with opposing viewpoints will be funneled into different areas to avoid confrontations. This year. No Spectators are allowed at the Kentucky Derby Demonstrators are expected to be outside the track gun sales continue the surge in the Seattle area in response to civil unrest and riots, and that's raising questions about your right to defend your home or business more from Kemal's Jonathan chose Dave Workman is editor in chief of gun mac dot com and is concerned about owners of firearms who don't understand what they can and cannot do legally well. They could wanted being charged with a crime if they just decide to take the law into their own hands. Whether at home in a business or on the street. The state statute says gun owners are allowed to shoot someone in self defence if there's an imminent threat, But Workman says there are also some exceptions. Even in a situation where you've got a riot in your neighborhood. You can't go out in the street and just decide to become a wall several years ago in a case legal experts say, went beyond self defence. A jury convicted a Washington man for second degree murder after a fatally shot another man showering on his property. He had the time to call 911 and get the police to respond. Jonathan show come on in several months into the pandemic. Nurses across the country say there's still Experiencing a shortage of personal protective equipment and hospitals. Dr. Ernest Grant heads the American Nurses Association, and he says conditions still are far from optimal. They're having to reuse what was initially designed. It's a single use pp. And of course, it does create a very unsafe work environment you because they're afraid of cross contamination and also the possibility of taking this fire is home to their family says the nurses air dedicated and they want to continue doing their jobs. They just want to be protected so they can stay safe and keep their families safe is well. Hello, news time. 8 14 back to Kira Jordan for a coma. Traffic.

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"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

"Two provisions of I 16 39, including raising the buying age from 18 to 21 for semi automatic assault rifles will stand. Kristen Elling Bo is with the Gun Safety Group Alliance for Gun Responsibility in today is a huge victory for gun safety in Washington. It means that the Voter approved initiatives. 16 39 remains the law of the land in our state. But Dave workmen with the gun rights groups Second Amendment Foundation, which challenged the initiative was appalled. If adults ages 18 19 and 20 aren't mature, enoughto own a firearm, then that's a question that maybe they had a bounce off the Marine Corps in the United States Army and the Navy if he says the legal battle is not over, see Romero Comeau news. Communities that don't have as much access to cope in 19 testing will now have to free testing sites. The story from Como's Ryan Harris those two sites open this week in Auburn and next week and rented the latter under a partnership with King County Health and the nonprofit Clinics of Health Point and the Auburn site staffed by Valley Regional Fire Authority Cruise. Valley Regional chief Brent Swearingen says they're certainly used to what he calls street medicine. But they couldn't scale up the mass testing without the cooperation with the county and each other. When you drive into the site, you're gonna find firefighters. We're in a valley Regional fire pass. You're gonna find South King patches. You're gonna find kitchen sound patches, red patches, And if one department has a hard time staffing department will step in. The idea behind the two sites is to provide testing for communities of color, which can be more vulnerable..

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"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

"Smart gun technology to prevent gun violence details from calls Connie Johnson professor telly who worked with Washington ceasefire for twenty years is the co founder of a smart gun company working to get the funding now to make a prototype that would have the gun owner using a chip like in the key fob to make that gun work chip the trip on the left hand and the chip in the gun ban the right hander within six inches the gun goes from the off the default position to the on position and unless the person with that activating ship is firing the gun it would not work Dave workman of the second amendment foundation says this technology has been talked about for a long time but it's never proven to be reliable enough to catch on by and large people it final he you know even in the farm community they run really too interested in it adding some credibility to the whole smart gun issue former Seattle police chiefs Gil curly Caskey and John details now listed as board members on that company web page Carly Johnson come on news nine one one dispatchers in central Oregon county being sued for negligence they didn't send help right away two years ago thirty nine year old Brian wing gored by an animal on his rural property near Redmond he dialed nine one one but couldn't speak even though the phone's location could be confirmed help wasn't sense until an hour later when wings wife called for a second time Brian wing ended up dying from his injuries is what suing for seven million dollars those named in the lawsuit had not officially responded as of yet a victory for the union try to recruit workers at Boeing's South Carolina assembly plant claim going fired six workers in retaliation for them openly supporting the international association of machinists and aerospace union the regional director of the national labor relations board ruled yesterday there is enough merit to send their cases to trial that plant in north Charleston is were some Boeing seven eighty seven are built on a mini no U. S. senator Elizabeth Warren bringing her presidential campaign to Seattle holding a town hall to wamu theater Sunday afternoon more candidates seem to reaching out to voters in Washington after the state moved up the democratic primary to March state troopers looking for a twenty nine year old woman they say was drinking and driving when she rolled her car and took off from the crash.

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"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

"And the massing of fire arms to commit an act of terror she ruled by hate crimes against the Latino Jewish Muslim communities really really soaring right now so these these types of trends are unfortunately prevalent in our community as well this is both our conversations and politics of spondylitis more hate towards those who are different she says understanding why than doing something about it might be the best first step in curbing future violence Brian Calvert colonial governor Jay Inslee who is running for president says these shootings are a sign that this country is a crisis of leadership this president has to stop and hold in the white nationalism he needs to stop fanning the flames of racial animosity initially says president Donald Trump is actively endangering American lives in that we need to pass common sense gun reform as the president left his New Jersey property yesterday he pointed to a mental illness problem in the U. S. and said this has no place in our country that we're going to take care of it the president plans to make an additional statement around seven o'clock this morning the state of Washington meanwhile has eight new gun laws in effect income was Nick popping compares those to the laws on the books in Texas and Ohio when it comes to gun laws Washington has far more strict laws that in Ohio and in Texas and one member of the alliance for gun responsibility says while these two investigations in Ohio and Texas are still on going when it comes to gun violence stricter gun laws can make a difference in the M. Thoman Trask says they make a difference for certainly stronger gun what state Washington either of the other states are talking about meanwhile Washington is ranked one of the most strict in America what we've done Washington really will help in the long term reduce gun violence I think that it will also help reduce Michigan's releasing we've given people the tools they need to stand up when they see something or and to say something Texas and Ohio doesn't have universal background checks while Washington passed its version of that in twenty fourteen Dave workman with the citizens committee for the right to keep and bear arms says extra laws won't stop people from being violent people have to realize that no matter what law you put on the books of somebody is determined to commit a heinous act find a way to do violent tragedies have become such a regular part of our lives that mental health experts are warning someone you.

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"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

"The home of the huskies komo news coming up on komo news after a._b._c. ryan harris with the last minute claims of innocence from the man now guilty of murdering a young couple from canada decision from the company that makes police body cameras for much of the country when it comes to facial recognition technology plus an update on aaa traffic and weather how the u._s. women are doing in france in the quarter-finals of the world cup and how wall street ended the week that's coming up at one fifty first we go live to a._b._c. news komo news time one thirty white behind bars for an vowed white supremacist convicted of federal hate crimes james alex fields drove his car into protesters and charlottesville virginia killing heather higher and injuring more than two dozen others in thousand seventeen fields apologized before he was sentenced assistant attorney general eric dry band says fields this whole community any harm our country to despicable racial violence fields is due to be sentenced next month on state charges including first degree murder dreamers will be on the docket at the supreme court next term the justices agreeing to hear the trump administration's bid to end the obama era program known as dhaka which shields hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants who came to the u._s. children police in the dominican republic say they've arrested the alleged mastermind behind the shooting of retired red sox slugger david ortiz police there also are now saying they've nabbed another suspect at sea trying to get to puerto rico ortiz remains hospitalized in boston a mall street today stocks finished slightly higher i'm scott goldberg a._b._c. news komo news one thousand ninety seven seven good afternoon komo news time one thirty one i'm taylor van cise top stories from the komo twenty four seven newscenter a now convicted killer maintains his innocence to the end come ryan harasses at the snohomish county courthouse with reaction to the verdict in the nineteen eighty-seven murders of a young canadian couple the voice of a convicted murderer william earl talbot the second found guilty by a jury for the murders of eighteen year old tanny van kyla borg under twenty year old boyfriend jay cooke that verdict the result of blood and handprint evidence as well as d._n._a. run through genetic genealogy website which helped detectives narrow suspects down to talbot tenure van kylian borg's brother john calls the last few days unique experience as they worried the jury might not give them justice recognizing the jury needs time to think through as these started to take on particularly this morning i was getting a little nervous where things are going obviously fantastically readable to do their jobs it was tough case talbott was found guilty of the murders aggravating circumstances so he'll face a life sentence when he returns to court july twenty fourth in everett ryan harris komo news the company that makes police body cameras for departments across the country says it will not incorporate facial recognition technology and it's law enforcement devices because of serious ethical concerns details from komo's carleen johnson two years ago the c._e._o. of acts on rick smith's at artificial intelligence would dramatically benefit policing we've established a team of about twenty artificial intelligence and machine vision researchers now the arizona company whose body camera unit is based in seattle is citing those serious ethical concerns about the current capabilities of the software following a recommendation from an ethics board that the company launched on artificial intelligence and policing about a year ago they delivered a forty two page report and in it the seattle times says they concluded facial recognition technology isn't reliable enough to be used on body worn cameras mostly because it has less chance of being accurate when it comes to those with darker skin amazon has said it plans to continue selling its facial recognition software governments but have also said they welcome federal education that limits the misuse of the technology carleen johnson komo news the national rifle association and second amendment foundation are no longer plaintiffs in a lawsuit challenging the city of men's new rules about firearm storage that leaves Three private residence as plaintiffs. But Dave workman with the second amendment foundation says the organizations will continue to fund the legal challenge, and they're confident they'll win. really not too much how to mandate health somebody stores of firearm is whether or not this is allowed under state preemption and i don't think i don't think it is an all state preemption law means only the state can regulate firearms not cities or other jurisdictions in the meantime on monday safe storage laws take effect statewide as part of initiative sixteen thirty nine coming up on komo seven thirty seven software problems not limited to the max i'm corwin hake with reports of glitches on earlier versions i aaa traffic.

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"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

"Whale that was hit by a state ferry in Elliott bay, most likely. Died that coming from a biologist who specifically studies ship strikes. Komo's sewer Merrill, has more biologist John Kalemba Keita's with Cascadia research, says Wales killed by vessels is a concern around the world and Tuesday night, it was highlighted ferry water act. The wheel fight it after being struck represents one of the more dramatic and certainly mostly distressing incident. Wales usually don't survive strikes if a boat is going faster than ten knots. The ferry Wenatchee was reported traveling sixteen knots. He says some things being looked at to prevent ship strikes include changing vessel routes or requiring them to slow down in known whale areas. Callum akitas also believes the whale hit in Seattle was a humpback, not a gray whale. But both have been seen in the Puget Sound sue Romero, KOMO news. Federal Way police say they've made an arrest in connection with the shooting last weekend that badly injured a man who is delivering newspapers commander Kurt swan with Federal Way police tells KOMO the victim was able to provide a description of the suspect vehicle, and they had some surveillance video to help out as well. Able to provide us with additional surveillance video of that vehicle that we were looking for to confirm there wasn't either one. We were looking at and with that information we develop probable cause and Rivoli take a suspected to custody late last night about eleven pm Schwann says during an interview with the suspect he confessed to his involvement in the incident. He'll be charged with assault and the first degree the victim remains at Harborview in the wake of the Monday shooting in south Seattle park, come fresh calls for gun restrictions for some from some members of the Seattle city council. Komo's Carleen Johnson reports year old woman, and our ten month old baby boy remained at Harborview following that shooting that police say was gang involved, having Monday evening, at perjured beach in the rainier valley, both will recover Seattle councilmember lorraina Gonzales echoed comments from mayor, Jenny durken yesterday. Obviously, what we made is much more common sense and swift gun reform legislation that really takes a lot of these dangerous. Guns off of the streets. Dave workman with the second amendment foundation says gun control groups are slowly, but surely stripping away the rights of law abiding gun owners, Brooklyn laws, but they're being treated like criminals that the kind of social prejudice. I think that everybody ought to condemn police have not yet really suspect names or descriptions, at ten year old also injured in another vehicle in that shooting that shot has been treated and released at a park in Renton on Monday at eight year old boy was injured that may be an air, soft gun, or some other projectile Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. Bellevue's chief of police lives in Monroe Redmond's police chief, moved his family to granite falls, why. Well, komo's Corwin hegue tells us this is a situation that the east side should no longer tolerate increasingly the cops teachers nurses, and other moderate earners, who make a city like Bellevue, a real community can no longer afford to live where they work, we have a housing stock that.

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"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

"At ninety sixth and midvale. There's no word what may have led up to the shooting or who was responsible in the wake of the Monday shooting in south, Seattle park, fresh calls for gun restrictions from some members of the Seattle city council more on this from komo's Carleen Johnson. Twenty-seven-year-old woman, and her ten month old baby boy, remain at Harborview following that shooting that police say was gang involved happened. Monday evening purchase beach the rainier valley both will recover. Now, Seattle councilmember lorraina Gonzales echoed comments from mayor, Jenny durken yesterday. Obviously, what we need is much more common sense and swift gun reform legislate. That really takes a lot of these dangerous guns off of the streets. Police have not yet released suspect names or descriptions, Dave workman with the second amendment foundation tells KOMO gun control groups, are slowly, but surely stripping away the rights of law abiding gun owners broken any laws, but they're being treated like criminals that the kind of social prejudice. I think that everybody ought to condemn because somebody owned a firearm doesn't mean they're bad person. A ten year old was also injured in another car in that Pritchard beach shooting that child's been released from the hospital and a park in Renton on Monday. And eight year old boy was injured that may have been from an air soft gun or some other projectile. He's also at Harborview. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. The King County sheriff's office says it will accept some of the twenty eight recommendations on use of force from law enforcement overseers, but not all of them, Deborah. Jacobs with the county office of law enforcement oversight says the sheriff did not agree to notify family members when a person is hurt in a police incident. They indicated that the media relations policy is not the right place for that policy. And in fact, it's the medical examiner who is charged with that asked the sheriff to reconsider. The sheriff's office said it would not implement seven recommendations, including tracking weather policy changes came about from a use of force complaint. The office did agree, though to give the public more information about use of force tactics definitions, and de escalation efforts, a family fight at a home in Everett ended with three men in the hospital with gunshot wounds deputy police chief John jerus- says it involved a man his father and his grandfather very community and we're still ironing out all the bugs on what exactly occurred. But apparently what we know at this point is three generations of a family were involved in some type of altercation and during the altercation. Gunfire rang out between coup veneration the grandfather, and his son were hit by bullets and underwent surgery. They're expected to survive. Now. Police, you're trying to figure out what triggered all of this. The fourteen year old boy who was underwater at Magnuson park for more than ten minutes Memorial Day has died. Ryan Payne is being mourned by classmates, and teachers at Kenmore middle school. This is his basketball coach David persons. I think you know, part of me wants to cry part of me wants to smile, part me and wants to get something part of me wants to throw something investigators are still trying to figure out exactly what happened coaches rally around his heartbroken. Mother with a go fund me fundraiser, the US. Nimitz has sailed back home to the naval shipyard in Bremerton at arrived yesterday, the Nimitz in its crew, or in the midst of their first at sea training since the carrier spent more than a year in dry, dock, for maintenance, the Nimitz last returned from deployment in December of twenty seventeen it was out of service until last week. The navy is now prepping the big aircraft carrier and its crew for its next mission after thirty five years in service, the US Pittsburgh has made its final port. Call the submarine arrived in Bremerton yesterday to be decommissioned recycled the entire process will take a couple of years..

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KOMO

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

"On probation and allowed to work with kids again, sue Romero, KOMO news. We've reached out to the local boy scouts for comment. So far, we have not heard back. Governor Jay Inslee today. Signed a Bill. To help rape victims, according to the international association of forensic, nurses. No more than fourteen to seventeen percent of emergency rooms in this country have full access to rape kits and providers trained to collect DNA evidence. This will help sexual victims to get the care. They need to these tests conducted anytime remand rape victims have shared stories of going the hospitals in major metro areas, including Seattle only to be told they do not carry sexual assault evidence kits. This legislation will require the medical center to carry rape kits or assist victims with finding a nearby facility that does have them and provide are trained in that kind of evidence collection. A woman was shot in the face into comas marine park early this morning. Komo's Lee stole has the story was about twenty years old was out with a group of people in the thirty four hundred block of rust and in ways, you know, this area that is where marine park is just before three thirty this morning. Someone drove up and started shooting at them. We're told. There wasn't any kind of altercation or fight leading up to that. The woman was shot in the face. She was taken to the hospital in someone's car. We're told she seems to be okay. She is alert and talking to people who are around her. That's komo's Lee stole police have not caught the shooter, and they have not released a description of that person. Governor Jay Inslee today signed several bills into law that were championed by gun control groups during the legislative session. Komo's Carleen Johnson reports one of the bills governor Inslee signed today. Prohibits three D printed. Untraceable firearms is changed will prevent people who are prohibited. From otherwise, possessing firearms from being able to legally manufacture them where they are untraceable and their undetectable Dave workman. But the second amendment foundation says that Bill in particular is pointless. Some criminal is going to go out and spend thirty five hundred dollars on a three D printer that I think that the starting just to make a gun that is good for maybe two or three shots when they could go out and steal again that doesn't really make a lot of sent gun. Responsibility says the twenty thousand nine session was their most successful ever with ten pieces of legislation. They backed becoming law. Carleen johnson. Komo news. Talks are exhilarating in the other Washington about an actual plan that would tax drivers by the mile skulls. Brian Calvert tells us the momentum for a national plan is coming from states, like Washington democrat Pramilla giant, Paul told members of the house transportation committee this week that everyone understands the gas tax is unsustainable. She's urging a road user fee alongside her Oregon counterpart Peter defazio, who's chair of the committee even Sam graves. The committee's top ranking Republican likes this idea, and what's not to like from their perspective. They need money for roads and infrastructure and more. Efficient cars and electric vehicles are eating into the revenue stream flowing from the federal and state gas staff paying.

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"dave workman" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

09:40 min | 3 years ago

"dave workman" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"We attended intended to the second amendment foundation booth with the great Allan gotlieb and the crew and what a great time that was to sit there and talk with Alin and Dave workman and awro Hawkins and Tom Gresham and the rest of the crew and all of you who come by. It's just amazing never ceases to amaze me after all these years. How many people come up to say Hello? And tell me that you've been listening to this program for Phil long. And that it's meant so much to you over the years. It really really means a lot to me all of you know, who you are. Jason, you know, who you are. All my peeps out there. I could keep going naming names. And it's just there's too many of them to mention, but my gosh, it means the world to me. So if you're listening in the previous hour, you heard my original opening remarks of cringing, but as we go through this hour, you're going to hear things mature as the purpose for the. Show kind of shifts in chains and changes in morphs as it's becoming its own program, and it begins to drift and find its way and the host begins to morphine drift and find his way along with the program. In the meantime, what you heard in the previous hour case you missed it. I don't I didn't get through may seventeenth was as we started on April twenty six I went through the opening with you. And the last clip I played for you was on may seventeenth just three weeks later, remembering it was only a one hour show heard in hotlanta Georgia on at the time. AM talk talk nine twenty now AM nine twenty the answer. Your tuned in right now am nine twenty seven love you then with you for ten years, and it's it's just so much histories to do show right here in the studio in Atlanta at am nine twenty back at that time. It was an awful lot of fun. But it was growing even then because of readers, my magazine readers from across the country that were tuning in. What was then fairly early technology apps and everything else that we're nowhere near as fast as they are today. You know, think about that the iphone had come out in two thousand seven we're on the air in two thousand nine in two thousand nine so many iphone was knew what I phone. Did you have them and I phone too. Own when I don't even know when they begin counting the things, but you know, that's that's how much has changed in shifted over that ten year period that decade, it's it's really remarkable. And we go over to Szanto, Sean. How are you today? My friend happy ten year anniversary. I'm looking forward to another ten. Thank you. Happy anniversary to you. As my notice. We're not playing these silly music or anything like that. We don't need that kind of affecting here. Do we know it causes habit? Yeah. It's I could have put that stuff in here. And I just didn't want to choose to run it from my boards here and my screens here. So I can control an and talk about what we're talking about. Now, Sean I'm gonna take you to go a little bit out of order here. Because this clip was so fun, so fun. I'm going to take you to July, and then we're going to go back to June and a couple other against still ten years ago, if shot if you remember this I'm going to set this up we had run a little contest locally that the winner of this contest would be able to come into the studio when massad and Gail pepin were in the studio with me, the winner could come into the studio and bring a friend or whatever and sit and watch armed American radio at the time. You remember that you remember that part of the story? Well, we. Daniel Agramante's than his son was there. Daniel probably listen to the show now is beautiful wife and kids listening to the program as they have been for many many years, and they were there in the studio when this exchange went down here. Let me set this up, Sean, if you recall doing prep work, then keeping in mind, we were only on one station at the time. Maybe maybe two, I don't even know. But if you if you recall, what happened was I had picked up a story about a woman who got beaten in the head about the head neck and face in a bar with a beer mug. You remember that by other girl with a bar by another girl with a beer mug in a bar in one of the bathroom stalls. You recall that yeah, we call it. Aetna. Bugging of don't give anything away here. But this wound up being. This well being probably one of the funniest clips that that ever came. It was an instantaneous classic no Mijo and set the stage theater of the mind. We were in the studio with Masada Ube and Gail, and we had a couple of other folks in the studio had won this contest with us that were in the studio watching this all go down. And I was telling the story about this beer mug beating and it's kind of self explanatory. And it went down like this. And was this great stuff? Here you go. Take a listen. This is the infamous classic Masada, Ube, beer mug clip Masada. You've sitting right across from me. Welcome back. Good to be here and Gail pepin championships. Love it. Hi, welcome back. Thank you, Sean. This one's going to crack. Yup. And Masada I've got to go here because this is big news. Of course. Nikki go, sir. Who you know this other right? Just just made. A lot of headway in Tennessee fighting for the right to carry in restaurants. Of course, her husband was murdered in cold blood by a criminal, and I had to I had to look back at it math. And I thought that he couldn't have gone in there with a gun because guns weren't allowed in bars. But he did right. And when I saw this today, I couldn't help but think about our friend, Nikki if she's listening to key. If you're listening feel free to call I would love to get your comment on this woman. Attacked with beer mug inside Ambrish, bar restroom. A woman said she was attacked by another woman who was brandishing brandishing a beer mug inside the bathroom of a bar now if she concealed okay? Okay. I can't even get past the first sense of this. I didn't know you could brandish a beer mug. Well, you can but it will splash everyone. Yeah. She was carrying a beer mug in a bar this other woman. Her name is Cherie Gilbert's thirty eight years old attacked alluvia Patterson thirty at Tonino bar on Sunday last week. Investigators and I'm paraphrasing as I go through here quoted Gilbert as you used a beer mug to beat Patterson and the head shoulders back in arms with the beer mug that she was open carrying and brandishing in the bar doesn't say whether it was four empty. I'm sure at some point. I'm sure it was up to buy the. And this woman spoke to channel eleven news and set her arms embraces both. Wrists are fractured and several fingers are broken and she said get this. I feared for my life. And she still does she still does she went into the bathroom. And she said while she was sitting down this woman breaks the door down and started hitting me with the smug. And police said the fight happened over still drink now this. Awful questions that are very relevant to current fight being waged in states across the country because we hear you can't bring a gun into a bar. You can't do that. Well, now, I understand that it would probably be safe safer in a bar if they didn't have mugs, right? Right. So we need to ban mugs in bars for or create safer. Technology. Styrofoam and Dixie. Now, ladies and gentlemen. This is this is laughable. I guess it's not laughable if you're a little bit. But I mean, I'm I'm sitting here I'm speechless right now. I I couldn't get get past the first sentence of this is she she was attacked by another woman who was brandishing a beer mug in a bar. Can you brandish a firearm on the range? It's to be a war night. Mark. A seven day waiting. Or to go into the bar. Actually, if you issue them Camelback. Camelback at the bar that have to take it off swing it over their heads to hit someone get. What about the children? What if the children monks, then you know, it adds a new? Mark. Did you show the pitcher the woman that did the crime? No, no, I didn't figure the picture would go well over the radio show. The people in in the studio. No. The microphone. Can you see that? I just thought that this was but inclu charges, including aggravated assault. And the woman said even with her attacker in jail. She still doesn't feel safe. So she must have one heck of a reach with that beer mug shoe. Wow. That's just nuts. Sean. I'm glad you saw that. Oh, massad Calvin Fowler called me a bonehead for saying that the officers were gunned down. He didn't.

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"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

"Stuff on the morning commute kinda hit miss spurts and starts and it's over. But it could be an interesting. You're singing snow flying and heating the windshield tomorrow morning, and it could be slippery. So that's how it's going to go the next couple of days. Mccain and snow showers, really chilly afternoon. Highs does get a little brighter and warmer. Just in time for the weekend. Okay. That's good. Yeah. That's a good thing. All right. Thanks, shannon. Welcome right now. Thirty three degrees in Seattle and. Governor Inslee took his message of fighting climate change to the university of Washington today. More from komo's Jeff Pohjola took part in a panel discussion on viewing climate change as a national security threat. This is a moment of great peril. But it is also a moment of great promise because we have the ability to change our our economy to run on clean energy. Also, part of the panel retired Brigadier General Stephen Cheney and retired Admiral William Fallon, the general. Consensus was that climate change will force a mass migration of people as fresh water and other resources are depleted dissenting views of climate change and the response to it. We're not discussed Jeff Pohjola. Komo news. Republicans are demanding a refund now the governor Inslee is running for president state Senator Phil Fortunato sent a letter to the governor asking that he reimbursed the state for security costs while he's campaigning that in itself is not unusual. But Fortunato also wants Inslee to forfeit his salary. It pay for the bonuses. Lieutenant governor gets while the governor's out of state the Inslee campaign declined to comment of the governor's office says Inslee will continue to do his job on the campaign trail and will not forfeit his pay. We're hearing for people for and against to propose new requirements for concealed pistol licenses in Washington. Komo's Charlie harder has the story. So we'd come with moms demand action for gun says the proposal is to require training for people to get or renew the licenses commonly referred to as CPL's. So I think if we can keep a public safe and respect the rights that we have that we've been given. That's a win for all of this. But Dave workman doesn't agree. He's a gun rights, advocate and writer, Washington has the most CPL's of any western state and. Are going after these things simply to discourage people for exercising their right to carry. We come says that's not the case she's focused on safety. She's in Olympia to lobby lawmakers on a Bill requiring the training. Charlie Harger, KOMO news seventeen billion dollar transportation package that includes a new carbon fee and a gas tax hike. It's moving through state. Senate Democratic Senator Steve Hobbs sponsors, the legislation that passed out of the transportation committee today any carbon policy at all. If we're gonna do that. Then we need to address, and we did he recognize transportation is a driver of carbon legislation also proposes increasing vehicle registration fees from thirty to thirty five dollars to help pay for dozens of transportation projects, including a replacing the I five bridge between Washington and Oregon measure must still be approved by the full Senate, the Washington house approves a measure that would remove parents ability to claim a personal or philosophical exemptions vaccinating their school age. Children for measles. Washington's amongst seventeen states that allows some type of non medical vaccine exemption for personal or moral or other beliefs. Well, a plan to keep low income families from being moved out of their neighborhoods under mandatory affordable housing rules, doesn't go far enough that from several people who spoke to the Seattle city council's planning committee, including Bill Barker who says the rules should require builders to replace every affordable home..

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"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

"Gas tax by six cents and vehicle registration from thirty to thirty five dollars among other fees, the legislation sponsored by democratic Senator Steve Hobbs passed out of the Senate transportation committee, but not before Senator Hobbs address, those who voted against it hope that you won't be closed off the communication that. You'll still we can still talk about this for the plan referred. Another committee before potentially heading to the full Senate. See Romero KOMO news being heard in Olympia would require people to undergo safety training before they can get a concealed pistol license to Whitcomb with moms demand action for gun set says several of her family members own guns in this would increase safety way of saving lives without compromising rights. I think we're all in agreement that that's what we want to Dave workman doesn't agree. He's a gun rights, advocate and writer. He says the crime rate for license holders is much lower than those who don't have a license idea that concealed pistol license holders to any state. In Washington are a threat to the public is just beyond me would come says this measure would make it safer for everyone. She's in Olympia to lobby lawmakers on the Bill trouble for the state ferries seven vessels. Or roughly a third of the fleet are out of commission. Six of those are undergoing their annual coast guard inspections while the Wenatchee one of the larger boats is in drydock for repair after hitting a cramp pot. Delays in particular are what we call the triangle route as the Vashon ROY Southworth. Route spokesman Ian Stirling says they hope to be back to normal operations sometime next week. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. More than a dozen people are without a home tonight after an overnight fire at an Auburn, four plex woman who lives there told us her stove exploded right before the fire. Started. Her three kids were staying with a friend of the time. Everyone got out ok as rents continue to climb. There's a plan to help families in affordable housing. So they're not pushed out, but as komo's Ryan Harris tells us even supporters say it's not enough. The Seattle city council prepares to vote on mandatory affordable housing rules council member. Lisa her plan would require developers that build in a few high risk areas in the north and south sides of town, build as many new affordable units as are lost or pay more into the coffers. Steve ribs Delo is among those who told the council's planning land use and zoning committee affordable units are lost faster than they're built. And they'd like to see the thresh. Hold for family set at fifty percent or less of the area's median income. Not eighty percent up zone. You raise the taxes. You make many of the properties, which are affordable no longer economically viable. That's why we keep losing affordable units. The committee didn't vote will address this measure again. The council's vote is expected March eighteenth Ryan Harris, KOMO news. It's tax time. Which also means it's time for another. Komo's scam alert about people who try to trick you out of your tax refund. David Tucker with the IRS says it doll most always starts with a phone call from the Internal Revenue Service. They started demanding money. They say that these people that the taxpayer has a tax liability has to pay at immediately if they don't they're subject to potential arrest. All these things are scams. Tucker says others involved phony phone, callers and try to get you to give up your social security, number or other information..

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"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

"The Art Institute of Seattle is shutting down the story from komo's Jeff Pohjola out of money and out of support. The institute will close its doors for good at the end of the week. Don Bennett is the deputy director of the Washington student achievement council. This is all related to the financial instability of the parent company dream center education, holding scan this has been sort of in in the works for a couple of months six hundred and fifty students now have to figure out what to do next calls and emails to the institute's parent company have not been returned. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. We were talking about this earlier, you think about the jammed that these students are in and you think impact about those who are close to gaining their grease of degrees. The thousands upon thousands of dollars that they spent their on the cusp of graduate. And now they've got nothing. There's no place to even transfer it because it's not like they're going from a community college or it's an it's an Art Institute. This is a big deal. It was a really big deal. Story will continue to follow as rents continue to climb. There's a plan to help families and affordable housing. So they're not pushed out, but as komo's Ryan Harris tells us even supporters say it's not enough as the Seattle city council prepares to vote on mandatory affordable housing rules council member. Lisa her plan would require developers that build in a few high risk areas in the north and south sides of town, build as many new affordable units as are lost or pay more into the coffers. Steve ribs Delo is among those who told the council's planning land use and zoning committee affordable units are lost faster than they're built. And they'd like to see the threshold for family set at fifty percent or less of the area's median income. Not eighty percent when you up zone you raise the taxes. You make many of the properties, which are affordable no longer economically viable. That's why we keep losing affordable units. The committee didn't vote, but will address this measure, again, the council's vote is expected March eighteenth Ryan Harris komo's. News, I in Washington, which has leased state trust land as part of a solar power project. Come most Bill O'neil reports. The deal includes a forty year lease with a Portland based company, which plans to begin operations in twenty twenty Commissioner of public lands. Hillary France says the lease for the one hundred fifty megawatts solar power project and click tad county will generate more than one hundred fifty thousand dollars a year in new revenue for schools across the state the hundred eighty acres in which the solar farm will be built is currently used for grazing cattle that generates about two dollars per year per acre for the state Bill O'neil, KOMO news. The federal government is looking to lift protections for gray wolves across the country. US wildlife officials say successful recovery efforts are prompting this move chase Ganal with conservation north west is our states in good shape. We've been very lucky here in Washington that we have a population of wolves that's growing at approximately thirty percent a year. We believe that there are well over one hundred fifty wolves in our state today while things have gone well here wildlife advocates. In California, Colorado and New Mexico are expressing concerns about the planned delisting activists lobbied at the state capital for new gun regulations today. And komo's Charlie Harker tells us some advocates are skeptical. The legislature is considering a measure that would require mandatory training before a concealed. Pistol licenses CPL's are issued or renewed sue Whitcomb with moms demand action for gun. San says the goal is to increase gun safety seeing her husband and son are both gun owners again owners, I now they're responsible and they're like, yeah. We don't want something to happen. You know, if we leave again laying around but gun rights, advocate and writer. Dave workman says there's already a background check for CPL's in Washington has over six hundred thousand holders of the license who might be inconvenienced. I know a lot of people who have had CPL's for decades. And this is not going to sit. Well, with them at this thing pass it the Bill is still being heard by committee. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. Washington state Senate has approved a proposal to expand the state's extreme risk. Order law to include minors, the Bill would give courts the ability to apply the orders to minors, and their parents would be required to keep their guns. Locked up supporters say the new law could prevent some school shootings. But critics say the orders might be misused the Bill now goes to the house. Frank lenzi. Komo news. Komo news time six ten time. For sports from the Harley exterior sports desk. You demands basketball coming your way, pre game coverage just twenty minutes. From now is the huskies play host to the Oregon state beavers just two games left in the regular season for the dogs have already clinched the regular season title in number one seat at the upcoming.

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"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"dave workman" Discussed on KOMO

"Rents continue to climb. There's a plan to help families in affordable housing. So they're not pushed out, but as komo's Brian Harris tells us even supporters say it's not enough as the Seattle city council prepares to vote on mandatory affordable housing rules council member. Lisa herbals plan would require developers that building a few high risk areas in the north and south sides of town, build as many new affordable units as are lost or pay more into the coffers. Steve ribs Delo is among those who told the council's planning land use and zoning committee affordable units are lost faster than they're built. And they'd like to see the threshold for family set at fifty percent or less of the area's median income. Not eighty percent up zone. You raise the taxes. You make many of the properties, which are affordable no longer economically viable. That's why we keep losing affordable units. The committee didn't vote, but we'll address this measure again, the council's MOHA. Vote is expected March eighteenth Ryan Harris, KOMO news. A I in Washington, which has leased state trust land is part of a solar power project. Here's komo's Bill O'neil. The deal includes a forty year lease with a Portland based company, which plans to begin operations in twenty twenty Commissioner of public lands. Hillary France says the lease for the one hundred fifty megawatt solar power project and click tat county will generate more than one hundred fifty thousand dollars a year, a new revenue for schools across the state the Forgeard eighty acres on which the solar farm will be built is currently used for grazing cattle that generates about two dollars per year per acre for the state Bill O'neil, KOMO news. The federal government is looking to lift protections for gray wolves across the country. US wildlife officials say successful recovery efforts are prompting this move chase canal with conservation. Northwest says our states in good shape. We've been very lucky here in Washington that we have a population of wolves that's growing at approximately thirty percent year. We believe that there are well over one hundred fifty wolves in our state today. But knows that not all states have been that successful wildlife advocates in California, Colorado and New Mexico are expressing concerns about the planned delisting activists lobbied at the state capital for new gun regulations today. And komo's Charlie harder tells us some gun advocates are skeptical. The legislature is considering a measure that would require mandatory training before a concealed. Pistol licenses CPL's are issued or renewed sue Whitcomb with moms demand action for gun. San says the goal is to increase gun safety seeing her husband and son are both gun owners again owners, I now they're responsible and they're like, yeah. We don't want something to happen. If we leave a gun lying around, but gun rights, advocate and writer. Dave workman says there's already a background check for CPL's in Washington has over six hundred thousand holders of the license who might be inconvenienced. I know a lot of people who have had CPL's for decades. And this is not going to sit. Well with them. This thing pass it the Bill is still being heard by committee. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. As the debate continues over what causes autism new study just conducted at U dub finds a new possible link come Kelly Blair reports, a new study at the university of Washington found children whose mothers were hospitalized with an infection during pregnancy are at increased risk for autism and depression, tactic Christina Adams, Waldorf co lead the research. Another surprising aspect.

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"dave workman" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"dave workman" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"This week Colonel will dining out one night with his teenage sons at armed citizen was called on to protect the incident in Birmingham, Alabama, the family was leaving a McDonald's closing time as the manager was unlocking the door to let them out a mass man pushed his way into the restaurant and began firing at everyone inside the attackers gunfire hit the armed citizen and one of his sons before he pulled his own concealed firearms shot back. Police EMS arrived on the scene takes the three individuals to the hospital where the criminal later died from his injuries. Thanks colonel. This is certainly a harrowing scenario and one that could render many people unable to defend themselves in their family. In a situation like this. Where an active shooter has already shot you and a loved one you are left with no alternative, but to return heavy and accurate fire and to do so as quickly as possible here are a few observations for your consideration. One closing time is when many shootings like this occur, always operated. A heightened state of awareness when leaving a building and entering a transitional space, like a dimly lit parking lot. Look out the door window before exiting to make sure it's safe to return fire immediately. Every time the shooter presses this trigger someone you love condi-, an active shooter scenarios time is of the essence as every time you hear a gun shot. Someone was just killed or wounded get it get it straight in your own mind that you should not hesitate when people have already been shot, and you are still being shot. You will not get in trouble with the law. So put that idea out of your head three fight through your injuries. No matter how bad your wounds are even if they are mortal you have to keep. Fighting in this case, he had his family to protect and the only thing worse than your own death is the death of your loved ones. Keep fighting to the very end and never give up as long as you are fighting. You are saving innocent lives and finally carry a personal trauma kit on your person or inside your car. You never know when you may have to plug a bullet hole in yourself a loved one or even a stranger the kit should include attorney get Israeli bandage tape airway to rubber gloves and some quick clot and get some emergency medical training. So you know, how to use this equipment? Also, learn CPR and basic first aid. This father did a great job engaging. The enemy in fighting through his injuries because of his courage and quick thinking innocent lives were saved and there one less bad guy harming our families, get some more training, and you can do the same for your family. Well, said skip. Our movie of the month is Thailand untapped, please. Go to the frontlines of freedom dot com. Go to the blog to get the link. You can watch it for free will review at the end of the month. And I really appreciate your input next week on frontlines of freedom. We're going to discuss the second amendment with Dave workman from the second amendment foundation. Then general Arnold Pinero will discuss challenges facing.

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"dave workman" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:18 min | 3 years ago

"dave workman" Discussed on KGO 810

"Check legislation. Keijo ten studio number four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten speaker of the house Pelosi talking there. She did not mention anything about firearms state of California. Of course is probably the most restrictive is pretty close as well. But one of the one of let me phrase it this way, one of the most restrictive in the country with our firearm laws. Our new governor Gavin Newsom is a leader on that front of implementing or or pushing for more in legislation on on firearm ownership and. Well, there's a specific case that had to do with the unsafe handgun act at our our legislature passed that requires new semi automatic firearms, pistols in particular or handguns that they have chamber load indicators magazine detachment mechanisms, and they have these micro stamping is really I think the biggest issue this being appealed all the way through it's been through the ninth circuit. And now it's being requested to go for, sir. She Harari with the supreme court right now. And joining me on the phone writing about this and working on this issue from the gun MAG Dave workman. Dave. Thanks for coming on the show today. Oh, it's my pleasure. To an interesting case. Yeah. I mean, so so speaker speaker Pelosi did talk about new universal background checks, but that's very different from restricting the availability of handguns, which is really with the unsafe handgun acted here in the state of California. Tell me a little bit more about what it did to to handgun ownership in the state of California. Well, I think the. The law was designed to kill handgun ownership down in California. You know, there's no state constitutional revision in California. That protects the right to keep and or bear arms is there are in forty other state up in Washington, we will one of the strongest state constitutional amendment. So this case cold via ran, and it's a challenge of the the unsafe hand act, which essentially craze to ignore the fact that there was a a ruling in Heller in two thousand eight and another one in the McDonald's case in two thousand ten by the supreme court that protects handgun ownership. The the regulation that California has passed. Is literally impossible to comply with the new gun manufacturer that I know of he's even looking at trying to. Institute some kind of a micro steeping thing just just to comply with the state of California because it cost Paribas even I think in Maryland, they discovered that really doesn't work. It doesn't help solve crimes at all. So these corrupt the system back there. But this could wind up before the supreme court it if it does it could wanted to a landmark ruling once again on on second amendment issues that holes. To task. Federal courts. That's the key though. Dave Dave workman's joining me on the phone, and we're talking about California, unsafe handgun act, and that's the key here. So I probably totally disagree with you. I well studied on Heller and McDonald, and I've debated with David French on this among others where we agree. Let me start. We disagree in what Scalia wrote I in my mind when I read section three. It's very clear. He's like, you can do all kinds of restrictions on firearm ownerships, and he gives very specific examples, and I've gone back and forth with David French on this. But what we need and where I do agree with David French unlikely you is clarification from the supreme court because like everything in the law. It depends on how you interpret something. How you read it what did Scalia actually mean when he said this sentence in section three? And so the supreme court might take this case and clarify what is meant by the ability to restrict because Scalia very specifically talked about things like. Concealed firearms lawfully restricted as described in section three of the Heller decision recognizing limitation and the separation of the prefatory clause, for example, Scalia wrote all of that in section three of Heller. However to your point McDonald's, specifically said, hey, you can't make law that effectively bans the possession of handguns. And so between those two you have this unsafe handgun act here in California, which doesn't outright ban handguns, but essentially bans new handgun sales. Yeah. That's that's really what's going on here. And as I mentioned that I don't think there's a manufacturer. On the planet right now. That is looking at is is a viable engineering thing for any new handgun model is certainly don't know a one if you do. I don't actually I've talked to some other some dealers on this exact topic. And they're like, Yep. Nobody's going down that path at all. They all are avoiding it. If both from the technology standpoint, but there's also the the marketplace the point that you would basically be making a firearm for the state of California that nobody else wants well. Yeah. And. Yeah. You know, you said something just a second ago. I think that the listeners really understand this just because a case to the supreme court for review or request doesn't mean the court is going to accept that. I know very few are probably get on maybe a thousand cases a year asking to review, and they pick what like fifty or so. So we don't know yet where this is going to go. But I if it does wind up before the the high court, especially with Neal Gorsuch, and and Brit cavenaugh Nell seated as associate justices, we can see some interesting things coming out of a a ruling. I mean, I just I totally agree with that statement. We could we could if they accept it will be an even sometimes by the way workman sometimes when they deny hearing a case and send it back sometimes in their denial. They make statements as well that can be of interest. But the new court makeup would make for a very interesting ruling to see where they go with it. Because as we've seen recently chief Justice Roberts, sometimes doesn't go the way that people think he will either. Yeah, that's true. And I think right now, we do have a situation that we did when Kennedy was still in the coroner we've got a a four four with Justice Roberts, probably holding the hand he could go either way. Yeah. This is really interesting. I, you know. I'm I'm people will be a little surprised to hear that. I I am not at all against firearm. Ownership. I have this conversation all the time. It's really an urban rural in my mind is is where the split really happens you go live out in the middle of nowhere. You gotta have firearms sometimes for your own protection. Whereas people living in San Francisco, never see it that way. But this will be very interesting to see how this plays out in the courts. Dave, I I appreciate your time. Come on the show and having the discussion day Dave workman from the gun MAG dot com. Thank you. Appreciate your time. I it is. It's very interesting to me. What those limits are. It is part of the constitution. We do not have a constitutional amendment removing the right to bear arms. And again that Heller decision in two thousand eight was fascinating was the first one ever in the nation's history clarify exactly what the second amendment meant. So speaker Pelosi talked about background checks. I am just curious to hear your thoughts on on her speech, and this conversation, I just had with Dave work. My four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten. K.

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"dave workman" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:55 min | 3 years ago

"dave workman" Discussed on KGO 810

"Wow, speaker Pelosi powerful words as she spoke today that Democrats have taken over the house of representatives. It's the controlled by the Democrats now, and the speaker of the house is Nancy Pelosi again from San Francisco priorities climate healthcare income inequality. Voting rights, really big deal. Now Hughes the statement existential threat, by the way, coming up in about ten minutes. We're entering about gun laws here in the state of California to. Accidential threat. What do you consider an existential threat? I mean that is an asteroid smashing into the planet. And they all went in Quinta. Leeann chance of that happening killing off life on earth is it making the earth uninhabitable through our for example, excessive burning fossil fuels and pollution is pollution as opposed to carbon. Is it Brown? People in terrorists if you are some of the people on the right is it China in Russia? I don't know what do you consider an existential threat, but climate change within the Democratic Party is considered an existential threat. I don't disagree with that we need to be better stewards of this planet. I write about how bad pollution is the problem that I have with the Democrats right now is they focus exclusively on fossil fuels. And I'm telling you that you're Norring a huge amount of the manmade poisons that were killing ourselves with when you exclusively spend your time focused on climate change. We kill ourselves. Right. This minute with toxic poisons that we add into so many different aspects of our lives, and we choose to ignore them. That's one of my big problems with with the endless climate trying climate climate change. Yes, I'm worried I'm deeply worried about that too. But when was the last time, I heard Alexandria Cossio? Cortes talk about per chlorate infiltrating every single waterway in the United States nanoparticles causing problems because they're not fully tested, plastics leaching in. In causing disruptions to our endocrine systems killing people now toxic poisons now, I'm genuine in that. And I support maybe not fully the green new deal, which is what a lot of the incoming freshmen of the Democratic Party are talking about the green new deal, which is to get off of fossil fuels entirely by twenty thirty. That's eleven years. I think it's a bowl goal to move away as quickly as possible start drilling. Those holes in the ground for geothermal, you'll get there real fast. Somehow that's not part of the plan. Now. Because it's about finding new oligarchs if you could figure out a way to do that without building new billionaires in the process, I'd be way more on board. But the way we've done it. So far here in California's. Yay. We building more new billionaires who control things I'm not okay with that. Sorry. I'm look if if you create a whole new thing, I don't know like the iphone and the ipad and the MAC change the way people live their lives because of your invention Steve Jobs and apple you've earned becoming a billionaire. Larry ellison. Hey, I have changed the way businesses operate through computer software. Larry Ellison oracle. Yeah. You earned becoming a billionaire. Well, I figured out how to manipulate the political process. Why line my pockets with government subsidies for solar panels and whatnot? Looking at you, Elon Musk then. I'm not okay with that, Al Gore. Not okay with that green credits and trading. Goldman Sachs everybody. No, I'm not okay with that. You didn't embed it? So why are you a billionaire because of it? That's just weird that we subsidize it that way. It's not okay with that. So Bill if you're going to go that route and asked me to spend hundreds of billions of dollars to go see fossil-fuel-free that quickly. You better do it in a way that doesn't create a whole new set of billionaires because you consider those billionaires to be better. I just I'm not okay with them. You're not very much of a democratic. Socialist are you then if that's the case? Four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten Petrie or Petri and Vallejo. I'm gonna go with Patrie, you're on Keijo. We got it. Right. Okay. Cool. It's patrie. We've spoken before. So. All the giddy. Giddiness in your voice of being so elated by Nancy Pelosi. Oh, she just got up on the podium and Mehta speed. It's almost like she's sitting there slapping their chops. Like, she won the presidency. She's gonna change America. And all we're finally over the hump, and you know, it's like come on pop the bubble. You know, your dream isn't going to happen that easily. Chiba up there again, nothing's gonna change. It's like she's going to battle hard, even or even her daughter. Oh, she's to cut off the head and the blood gonna come out, and he won't even know. It's like come on, you know, calm down. Relax. Nothing's gonna change all your left-wing policies, and progressivism it's just gonna wind dole in the same idealism of. Everything you guys do as soon as I stopped talking. I know you're going to beat down in China point every moment, let me start with this. What is article one of the constitution? Do you know? Okay. So there you go. You're distracting right away. What? It's very simple. So where where do you bills originate for the way our country runs that is numerate in article one of the constitution? How the legislature works. That's where taxing and spending money priorities. All come out of the house of representatives. Does it come on? Doesn't come out of the presidency. So when you talk about these things the house is actually the more powerful one. Now, they still have to work out deals with the Senate and everything else. But the house is where. That is a full Paul with the Senate. And then when they go to the supreme court. I think you use the phrase you how is that a faux pas? Well, you just talked up the house is being such a big thing. And then when they fumbled it over to the Senate and Senate fumbled the down, then they'll just give up and go to the supreme court lake. It's been going on. So this stupidity is gonna continue. It's it's not like it's gonna change. I mean, look at Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi even before today, they're they're just so emboldened with they're ready to strike down anything and to the point that they can handle Donald Trump and give him a singer to Henry, I'm glad you called today. I think it's important, and I thank you. And I wish you a happy new year, I genuinely do, and I'm gonna end this little segment because we're gonna get to gun laws here in California in just a second here because I think it's really important in. We'll keep taking your calls on this too. But Dave workman is gonna join me in the same from the gun MAG dot com about gun groups, taking a new gun law all the way to the supreme court here in California. I'm just going to end it with this little brief reading of section eight of article one of our constitution the first clause. Section eight congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes duties imposts and excises to pay the debts and provide for the common defense and general welfare of the United States. That's an exceptionally powerful to be speaker of the house, and you are in control of the general welfare of the United States. That is exceptionally powerful. That makes Nancy Pelosi exceptionally powerful to change the direction and outcome.

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