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Caller: We Don't Expect Anybody to Pay Our Kid's College Debt

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

Caller: We Don't Expect Anybody to Pay Our Kid's College Debt

"Tell me what you think about what you just heard from Elizabeth Warren. Well, I've been a first responder for 32 years, and we saved up for my kid to go to college. And our deal with him was, you will pay for your four years and then anything after that, you'll take care of. And we don't expect anybody to pay our kids college debt. And if we start doing this, these smaller colleges like where my kid went to school, are going to go bankrupt. And now my kid decided to serve, he's going to he's serving the United States Air Force now. So he's actually serving his country after he graduated college. So I just think it's ridiculous. I don't want anybody to pay my loans for me. Hey, man, and USB so proud of your son. Yes, sir. I am very proud. Well, we're proud of him too. We're proud of you, and I thank you for your service all these years, Tammy, because you get the right perspective. It's infuriating. I mean,

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Why Dave Rubin Writes About Legend Rudy Giuliani in His Latest Book

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 3 weeks ago

Why Dave Rubin Writes About Legend Rudy Giuliani in His Latest Book

"There folks, I'm talking to Dave Rubin. Yes, that's right. Don't burn this country is the new book we were just talking off the air about Rudy Giuliani, whom I had the privilege to meet and interview recently. So Dave, what do you talk about in the book that's related to him? You said there was something. Yeah, well, I've met the mayor a few times, and I've interviewed him a couple of times. And you know, he's a rather extraordinary character in American history who's, you know, because of the last couple of years and with a little bit of the hair dye dripping down the side of his face, his image has been banged up a little bit. But I write about him in the context of the book for two reasons. First, I lived in New York City during 9 11 and my dad worked in New York City in midtown. He saw the second plane hit the tower. He was the one that called me and said, you got to get up and turn on the news and then I had the experience that so many of us New Yorkers had of, I had friends and relatives that couldn't get out of the city staying with me for days on end. We were all glued to the TV for weeks, all of that stuff. But one of the things that kept New York saying and not just New York saying, not just New York City, not just New York State, but the entire United States and I think you could argue the world was that Rudy Giuliani's entire life had led him to that very moment to be the leader at that time. And when we turned on the television and you saw him walking through those streets with ray Kelly with all of the firemen and the police officers and all the first responders knowing there is someone in charge who is competent and decent and ready for this job. It's an extraordinary feeling because we all need that. We need leaders and unfortunately these days we don't have leaders who deserve to be leaders. We have sort of a clown car of craziness, but Rudy's life led him to that, which is why I write about him in the book, because not only was he the attorney general, and he fought the mafia. He was an Italian guy, you know, from New York fighting the mafia and winning.

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Biden: US raid in Syria killed top Islamic State leader Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Biden: US raid in Syria killed top Islamic State leader Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi

"President president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden says says says says a a a a U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. operation operation operation operation in in in in Syria Syria Syria Syria has has has has killed killed killed killed the the the the Islamic Islamic Islamic Islamic state state state state group's group's group's group's leader leader leader leader the the the the president president president president says says says says he he he he ordered ordered ordered ordered the the the the counterterrorism counterterrorism counterterrorism counterterrorism operation operation operation operation in in in in northwestern northwestern northwestern northwestern Syria Syria Syria Syria to to to to protect protect protect protect Americans Americans Americans Americans and and and and to to to to make make make make the the the the world world world world a a a a safer safer safer safer place place place place in in in in a a a a written written written written statement statement statement statement he he he he says says says says U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. forces forces forces forces have have have have taken taken taken taken off off off off the the the the battlefield battlefield battlefield battlefield Abu Abu Abu Abu Ibrahim Ibrahim Ibrahim Ibrahim Ali Ali Ali Ali she she she she me me me me all all all all crazy crazy crazy crazy he'd he'd he'd he'd taken taken taken taken over over over over the the the the Islamic Islamic Islamic Islamic state state state state group group group group after after after after a a a a U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. operation operation operation operation in in in in the the the the same same same same region region region region killed killed killed killed Abu Abu Abu Abu Bakar Bakar Bakar Bakar al al al al Baghdadi Baghdadi Baghdadi Baghdadi in in in in twenty twenty twenty twenty nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen the the the the Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon had had had had earlier earlier earlier earlier described described described described in in in in this this this this raid raid raid raid as as as as successful successful successful successful with with with with no no no no U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. casualties casualties casualties casualties first first first first responders responders responders responders reported reported reported reported thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen people people people people killed killed killed killed including including including including women women women women and and and and children children children children after after after after American American American American forces forces forces forces stormed stormed stormed stormed a a a a home home home home and and and and fought fought fought fought with with with with the the the the gunman gunman gunman gunman for for for for more more more more than than than than two two two two hours hours hours hours Sager Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag mag ani ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Jon Stewart to receive Mark Twain lifetime award for comedy

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Jon Stewart to receive Mark Twain lifetime award for comedy

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Alec Baldwin sued for defamation by family of slain Marine

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Alec Baldwin sued for defamation by family of slain Marine

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Why Are We Tearing Down America's Fundamental Institutions? Rep. Kat Cammack Explains

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:05 min | 4 months ago

Why Are We Tearing Down America's Fundamental Institutions? Rep. Kat Cammack Explains

"I want to switch gears for just a minute, because you and I have you were married into it. I was born into it. And that is being a, for me, a son of a Georgia state trooper, you're the wife of a firefighter of first responder. Those kind of I know I've watched you on the floor, this has become a very, with all things going on with our defund the police with this idea of our first responders. And it goes to what we were just talking about the civility issue. Why is it that we seem especially many on the left right now seem to be tearing down at the very fundamental institutions of our society of Law & Order of safety, those kinds of things. How does that make you feel within your own family? I know from my perspective, it's very discouraging. Are we at a turning point here? Have we gotten better or was it, or do you think it's going to get worse? I think it's going to get worse before it gets better. I mean, I really do think that collectively across the nation, there are some very, very tough conversations happening around the kitchen table. And I know that because my own husband and I Matt, we've had those conversations. My husband's a firefighter, but he's also a S.W.A.T. medic. So he goes out on the most dangerous calls. And we're seeing increased violent crime across America. And it's really scary when you get the call out at 11 o'clock at night and putting on a ballistic vest and you're seeing some of the details of the call out. And it's all barricaded subject, multiple weapons or gang shooting, still in progress. Something like that. You don't know if they're going to walk back through that door in a few hours. There's no way of knowing because we've lost such a respect in this country for the very people who put it all on the line every single day. And we've really dehumanized law enforcement and first responders. And so my push has always been to one show the support for the collective first responder community and their families, but we need to start recognizing that there is a person behind the badge.

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Biden surveys Colorado wildfire damage, comforts victims

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Biden surveys Colorado wildfire damage, comforts victims

"President president Biden Biden has has offered offered comfort comfort and and federal federal assistance assistance to to thousands thousands of of people people have have lost lost their their homes homes or or businesses businesses in in last last month's month's devastating devastating Colorado Colorado wildfire wildfire in in Lewisville Lewisville Colorado Colorado is is devastating devastating as as it it looks looks on on television television president president Biden Biden and and the the first first lady lady walk walk through through a a neighborhood neighborhood where where some some homes homes stood stood but but most most were were burned burned down down to to their their concrete concrete foundations foundations comforting comforting to to residents residents and and praising praising first first responders responders saying saying he he can't can't imagine imagine what what they they went went through through winds winds whipping whipping up up to to a a hundred hundred miles miles an an hour hour see see flames flames approaching approaching he he pledged pledged federal federal aid aid to to help help them them rebuild rebuild calling calling this this fire fire a a blinking blinking code code red red warning warning of of the the danger danger of of global global warming warming and and extreme extreme drought drought usually usually high high winds winds no no snow snow on on the the ground ground to to start start crazy crazy tender tender box box and and says says the the nation nation needs needs to to address address climate climate change change hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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'You're a Disgrace': Police Dispatcher Takes Aim at Mayor Lori Lightfoot

The Larry Elder Show

01:52 min | 5 months ago

'You're a Disgrace': Police Dispatcher Takes Aim at Mayor Lori Lightfoot

"There is a Chicago police ditch. This dispatcher excuse me. His name is Keith Thornton, not happy with Lori Lightfoot, who just last year transferred what was it about $80 million, $100 million, forget what it was. Out of the police budget for youth programs. And now, Lori Lightfoot wants to be tough on crime. Now she sounds like dirty Harry. Keith Thornton, Chicago, police dispatcher, not amused. It's a complete disaster. It's smoke and mirrors, guys. Smoke and mirrors. And I'm hot about it. Because this mayor does not care about Chicago police officers period. She doesn't care about any first responders. She doesn't care about the damn city. Doesn't matter if you're white, black, Asian, Hispanic, other, straight, gay, Democrat, or Republican. She don't even care about her city workers. All that lady cares about is a self. And I pray you're watching this. Because you're a disgrace. And I'm tired of it. And your city is tired of it. As a matter of fact, it's not your city. The city of Chicago is tired of it. And I know you don't like me. And that's okay. Because I love you. But I'm tired of you. 'cause you're an absolute disgrace to everyone within the city. She's taken away resources and manpower and saying you. You and your constituents. I'm not giving you the officers up there. Make them split them and make them 99 cars to go by themselves. And if something happens all going to news, several days later and act like I gave a and say, I'm sorry for the loss to this suction such family.

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Los Angeles New Year's event goes virtual due to COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Los Angeles New Year's event goes virtual due to COVID-19

"The the nation's nation's second second largest largest city city has has called called off off its its new new year's year's eve eve celebration celebration the the party party planned planned for for grand grand park park in in downtown downtown Los Los Angeles Angeles will will now now be be virtual virtual due due to to the the recent recent increase increase in in carbon carbon dating dating cases cases in in LA LA county county organizers organizers originally originally planned planned to to have have an an invite invite only only audience audience of of LA LA county county frontline frontline workers workers and and first first responders responders as as for for the the big big celebration celebration still still on on in in the the Big Big Apple Apple Tom Tom Harris Harris is is the the president president of of the the Times Times Square Square alliance alliance we we are are working working very very closely closely with with mayor mayor de de Blasio Blasio with with the the office office of of city city wide wide events events and and with with the the other other city city agencies agencies to to find find a a way way to to safely safely and and responsibly responsibly have have new new year's year's eve eve in in Times Times Square Square and and mayor mayor de de Blasio Blasio has has said said that that a a decision decision will will be be made made by by this this Saturday Saturday which which is is Christmas Christmas day day I'm I'm showing showing up up where where

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Girlfriend: Daunte Wright was 'just gasping' after shooting

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Girlfriend: Daunte Wright was 'just gasping' after shooting

"Testimony testimony continues continues at at the the trial trial of of former former Brooklyn Brooklyn center center police police officer officer Kim Kim potter potter jurors jurors heard heard from from Dante Dante right right passenger passenger police police and and first first responders responders as as prosecutors prosecutors built built a a case case that that other other officers officers were were left left in in the the dark dark slowing slowing the the medical medical response response Elena Elena Albert Albert Peyton Peyton testified testified she'd she'd only only been been dating dating Dante Dante right right for for a a few few weeks weeks when when she she witnessed witnessed his his shooting shooting she she was was badly badly injured injured in in the the subsequent subsequent car car crash crash the the service service test test call call has has if if you you Brooklyn Brooklyn center center officer officer Allen Allen sell sell those those that that told told prosecutor prosecutor Joshua Joshua Larson Larson he he saw saw rice rice vehicle vehicle drive drive away away and and crashed crashed into into another another car car I I took took my my hand hand and and I'm I'm pointed pointed out out the the vehicle vehicle over over eight eight and and a a half half minutes minutes passed passed between between the the time time of of the the crash crash and and when when right right was was pulled pulled from from the the vehicle vehicle did did you you have have any any information information on on this this and and offers offers officer officer involved involved shooting shooting no no Sir Sir in in cross cross examination examination defense defense attorney attorney Earl Earl gray gray asked asked questions questions about about the the tinted tinted windows windows the the accelerating accelerating vehicle vehicle and and the the efforts efforts of of officers officers to to save save right right thirty thirty five five correct correct yes yes Sir Sir I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Joy Reid Tries Uninspiring Joke on Gov. Ron DeSantis' Brilliant Invitation for First Responders

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 7 months ago

Joy Reid Tries Uninspiring Joke on Gov. Ron DeSantis' Brilliant Invitation for First Responders

"Joy Reid joy Reid she's hateful Joy Reid she doesn't like this because why Because Ron DeSantis Ron L Don the sentence What did he say He said oh guess what Whatever state you're in you got fired I'm giving $5000 bonuses What's up Come be a cop in Florida Come be a first responder over here Was good This is why I like him because he brings the fight to the left He doesn't wait to get punched in the face He's like how are you trying to punch me Watch this Wow And he catches him and they're like oh how did he do that Oh he's terrible He's killing everybody with COVID Listen to joy Reid On Sunday the Florida Republican announced plans to offer unvaccinated cops $5000 bonuses to relocate to Florida and join police forces there Rolling out this perverse dystopian tourism ad to the COVID blue line Are you big on ordering people to comply but you hate complying with health mandates yourself Do you dream of a resting people's ability to breed while you arrest them Well pack up your potentially infectious self you're bad in your gun and come on down to Florida Take this taxpayer bonus money and enjoy constant interaction with vulnerable senior citizens you can breathe on Every breakthrough case in ICU admission is the virus of freedom spreading And don't forget the sunscreen Now you know my bias may prevent me from laughing at that I think that that may have been funny if it was arranged a little better I got to admit and maybe this is me tooting my own horn I think I might be a little bit funnier than joy Reid I really do Sometimes I listen and I go you know what that was actually pretty good Do we read Boo That wasn't any good You were talking about cops These are heroes These are the people that went into the burning buildings in 9 11 cops and firefighters in the ambulance Come on EMTs This is

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Dr. Harvey Risch Will Join Mark Levin on FOX to Discuss COVID Herd Immunity

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 7 months ago

Dr. Harvey Risch Will Join Mark Levin on FOX to Discuss COVID Herd Immunity

"One of my guests on Sunday's life liberty and Levin will be a top international expert on matters such as these epidemiology and other things from Yale Doctor professor rish who have had on in the past maybe two years ago The courageous man And I asked him a professor what percentage of the population has had COVID He said he estimates 70% Some know it some don't know it Some have reactions to it Some of almost no reactions to it And when you also consider 70% over 70% of the people have had the vaccine Joe Biden has nothing to do with any of it Nature had to do with a big part of it And Donald Trump who they want to put in prison had to do with the other part of it Operation warp speed So it's not working Nothing's working in this country That he is anything to do with or a hand and at all Nothing So he believes these first responders Ladies and gentlemen when you call 9 11 who do you think is coming First of all who do you think is answering the phone a first responder Who do you think's responding Police officers firefighters ambulances emergency personnel Those are first responders What happens if he dial 9 11 And nobody answers What happens if you die on 9 11 And it takes twice as long for somebody to get to you because they don't have the personnel that they

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Joe Biden Promotes Firing Blue-Collar Workers Over Vaccine Mandate

Mark Levin

01:12 min | 7 months ago

Joe Biden Promotes Firing Blue-Collar Workers Over Vaccine Mandate

"With that in mind I want you to listen to this clip from scene and last night and it didn't even rate in the top 20 cable shows just so you know Henderson Cooper whose book sucks Whose books has done much worse than mine but The New York Times insists on pushing his book up its list That just shows you how it works in small ways and large Cut 16 go Let me ask you a follow about that As many as one in three emergency responders in some cities like Chicago Los Angeles right here in Baltimore are refusing to comply with city vaccine mandates I'm wondering where you stand on that should police officers emergency responders be mandated to get vaccines and if not should they be stay at home or let go Yes and yes So you see the audience it's a bunch of clapping seals Brought in heavy a number of Democrats and independents who support him And that's how it works This is CNN So I called the constipated news network I ought to call it the communist news network It's a joke

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General Electric Workers Stage Walkout to Protest Vaccine Mandate

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:11 min | 7 months ago

General Electric Workers Stage Walkout to Protest Vaccine Mandate

"General Electric employees in Greenville, South Carolina. Planning a big turnout for a walkout. With their position being. We don't believe that a mandated vaccination is something that we can live with. And that's happening all over the country. I saw numbers yesterday, Derek fact check this for me, but I saw it on TV last night. Do you know the percentage of New York City firefighters? Paramedics, EMTs, and police officers? Who are so far not vaccinated? You know it's like 40%, hey, New York. What are you going to do? You're going to lose 40% of all of your first responders? Are you crazy? Americans are saying enough is enough. The madness must stop.

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LA County wants Vanessa Bryant to undergo psychiatric exam

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

LA County wants Vanessa Bryant to undergo psychiatric exam

"Los Angeles county wants Kobe Bryant's widow to undergo a psychiatric examination Vanessa Bryant says she has experienced severe emotional distress that has compounded the trauma of losing her husband and thirteen year old daughter G. on a in a helicopter crash last year she's suing LA county alleging invasion of privacy claiming first responders took and shared graphic photos including one of Kobe Bryant's body from the crash site the county wants Vanessa Bryant or other family members to be evaluated to see if they truly suffered emotional distress besides the Bryant seven others were killed attorneys for the county say they have great sympathy for Kobe Bryant's family but see this case as a money grab I'm a Donahue

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"first responders" Discussed on People, Process, Progress

People, Process, Progress

02:51 min | 7 months ago

"first responders" Discussed on People, Process, Progress

"Welcome to foundations friday episode. Thirty nine. Be your own first responder. Little take from old school days as a and ems captain firefighter and also inspired from. Mr jujitsu is if you practitioner follow on facebook who had a great tagline. He's pretty straightforward. Basically you know big on training if you're not training excuses or no good to help protect your family which i'm all in for. But he had one that said you know. We did the gist of it. We wanted to be getting ourselves ready for kids because in case of emergency they will break the glass and we are the ones that are inside. They're like the fire alarm the fire to the first aid kit or the. Add automated external defibrillator right that we use emergencies. So it's a big reason why exercise why trained jitsu practice the firearms white patriots patriots. What's around me. Why teach them medical things and fire drills and just the practical piece of having your kids be aware of what to do when something goes wrong can make the difference if you're not there to help them so practical things right. Have a good first aid kit more than just band aids these days. It is good order attorney ticket. And i'm gonna give shout out to north american rescue. That's a great company. They have cat tourniquet kits and they are very easy to use. There's tons of videos on them but in this day and age whether it's an accident at home because if you cut yourself with a band saw or god forbid you're in an accident and someone's bleeding really bad whether it's you someone else attorney ticket unlike old school days where you'd never put that on until last should go on soon right look up stop the believe campaign learn from that you can learn a tunnel line if you don't know anything about medicine but have a good first aid kit. Have a flashlight rate. Have a decent pair of shoes. I like wearing flip flops sue. But if you're traveling on the highway you have to stop and do something. Maybe have a change issues with you. Just look at practical tips. There's there's a lot of good stuff out there on the internet. Sometimes if you're not haven't been exposed to kind of i eight or preparedness stuff or survival or whatever. There's a lot of scammy type stuff out there to the little shoelace is turn. It gets those kind of things not not good. So at any rate beyond. I responded to be ready to be your first responder right. Know what to do in a fire new. Make sure your kids know what to do. Know how to stop the bleed how to stop a bunny nose. Cold packs for those accidents that happen. Pay attention to who's around you and as always thank you for your time for visiting people process progress dot com for following people process progress on instagram on the facebook page. I'm panella kgps in any allow g on twitter. Check it out. Stay safe out there. Wash those hands and godspeed everyone..

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"first responders" Discussed on Warp Lords Podcast

Warp Lords Podcast

05:41 min | 8 months ago

"first responders" Discussed on Warp Lords Podcast

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Investigators seek cause of deadly Montana train derailment

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 8 months ago

Investigators seek cause of deadly Montana train derailment

"The NTSB is investigating the cause of an Amtrak derailment in Montana Saturday afternoon they killed three people and left a handful of others hospitalized according to officials BNSF railway which operates the tracks as they were inspected Thursday Amtrak says eight of the ten rail cars jumped the tracks near Joplin Jacob Cordero was on board along with about a hundred and fifty six others and tweeted from the train all my god it's on its side all the trains destroyed down there some of the rail cars were laying on their sides governor Greg Gianforte says first responders along with local residents rushed to the scene to help they had provisioned jaws of life they did have to cut into one of the cars to extract some of the individuals investigators are looking into the cause of the accident which occurred near a switch on the tracks I'm Julie Walker

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Joe Biden Is America's Greatest National Security Threat

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | 8 months ago

Joe Biden Is America's Greatest National Security Threat

"It has been twenty years yesterday. The anniversary of nine eleven which is a moment's a day in history that i think changed all of our lives instead assan. Maybe even a different trajectory in life and it was difficult to look back on twenty years and certainly it made it even more difficult with the way that we were led out of afghanistan over the last month by the biden administration. Our first question is for mark levin and sad. We'd like you dr. Sebastian gorka to be our one responder mark. What is our greatest national security threat today. joe biden. i'm not cleaning. I am not kidding. The people he is surrounded himself with a disaster. He's got a secretary of defense that helped create the isis caliphate. He's got a sector stay. Who comes out of the ivy league. Schools really doesn't know a damn thing same with his national security adviser so when you look among those people it's absolutely a disaster. The idea that we've american citizens in enemy territory the idea that we would leave afghan patriots. Who fought with us in enemy territory. The idea that twenty years after nine eleven the taliban will be stronger and bigger control the entire country about ghanistan with the backing of al-qaeda and china and russia iran sees this north korea sees is all of our enemies see this we are in dire dire

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LAPD, Firefighters Sue Over Los Angeles' Vaccine Mandate

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

LAPD, Firefighters Sue Over Los Angeles' Vaccine Mandate

"So turns out the los angeles fire department is got some tough guy johnson who would know. Tell us. Yeah and it's not just them the la fire department and the lapd have all gotten together. In fact i had a few of the officers from the lapd who are involved in this group that are suing over the vaccine mandate it turns out that in california governor newsome's desire to get everyone who works for the state vaccinated is not going over very well with the first responders who served us during the pandemic and this includes frontline workers who worked at hospitals. Nurses are leaving their jobs. The fire department l. a. fire. Lapd la sheriff's department california highway patrol. They are all organizing to push back against the

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"first responders" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

01:45 min | 9 months ago

"first responders" Discussed on Short Wave

"I grew up in the new york city area. And i remember this period so clearly. Many first responders spent weeks doing rescue and recovery work at ground zero site in the aftermath of september eleventh. What were they exposed to. Well you know just. After the towers collapsed the air was filled with smoke with debris basically all that had collapsed on the concrete glass pipes. I mean everything. Kind of pulverized and burning into this ash. It was laden with all kinds of heavy metals including lead and other toxins. I mean many of us. Remember that plume of smoke and debris that could be seen from space on that day and dr michael crane. Who's an environmental medicine. Expert at mount sinai told me that there has never been anything quite like it be exposure was really dramatic the dust. I mean there was all kinds of carcinogens and combustion products in fibers glass fibers in festus fibers and it was really a witch's brew and given what was in the air. There was definitely a concern early on that it might increase the risk of certain cancers and we have research about that now so how much of an increased risk of cancer is there among first responders. Well some of the most recent data suggests that the total number of cancers is only slightly elevated compared to the general population but scientists have documented like significant increases in certain cancer is a twenty five percent increase in prostate cancer. A doubling in the risk of thyroid cancer and about a forty percent increased risk and leukemia. And there are also a number of rare cancers that are linked to the

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"first responders" Discussed on The Wounds Of The Faithful

The Wounds Of The Faithful

03:36 min | 11 months ago

"first responders" Discussed on The Wounds Of The Faithful

"Yes i've seen. Many many people come through the journey of healing. And i mean even an eighteen weeks that my my group meets you can see the transition. It's a visible difference. Like your your wife noticed when you've been now you you said the prayer kinda didn't mean it. Your your wife noticed something. There's something different about you. There's there's a visible difference find In play there. It's a lesson also to anybody if somebody comes up to you. We don't normally see our our behaviors change because we feel the same. I mean we might feel depressed but we feel the same but if someone trusted friend or a relative comes to you and says i see something different than you. That's time right there for self analysis Your kids are act out. When i normally don't act out or losing their temper runner normally at easy going person or nightmares. You mentioned nightmares. And that's a red flag. Do start investigating any what's going on. You know a lot of people. Don't realize that like behavioral therapy in those other therapies really mirror principles like c. Which is available. Therapy is really the same thing as paul talks about. In second corinthians. I think it's chapter ten where he says. Take every thought of right. 'cause cbt what it does. Is it makes you understand your faulty thinking in treasury. Pro russian say reprogram but to realize that you steal things from a different perspective and change your behavior. What paul says it. In in that in chapter can he says to every thought captive to the word of god so when we have these negative emotions. We have to look inside of us to say. Okay watt am. I doing that. You know 'cause. I truly believe that inaugurates illustrative with. Everybody knows a car's dashboard. When the red light comes on in its rejecting traffic failure right you gotta fix this or else. Something bad's going to happen may well. I think our emotions of saying god gave us these emotions right and when these negative emotions pop up. He's telling us you need to deal with this situation. You start having nightmares on a regular basis. What's the nightmare about. We got analyzed. We gotta find out because usually if we can change our perspective from from an inward perspective to a more gobbly perspective. We can begin that healing process. And i think that's truly important. We don't need to live with these negative emotions and it's sad that we get comfortable with them. You know we. We almost expect some of us even relish him right because we talked to france all. Yeah you know my boss past my knee up. And i'm never gonna get promoted but sometimes people like that because they like it gets them sympathy and empathy for people. But it's really not the way. God intended us to be exactly. Have your book coming out and so do you have any other resources or those. That would need this kind of help. A little bit of information on my website which is www dot christ hyphen centered. Healing dot com in a facebook page christ center healing dot com and..

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"first responders" Discussed on The Wounds Of The Faithful

The Wounds Of The Faithful

02:52 min | 11 months ago

"first responders" Discussed on The Wounds Of The Faithful

"That the circle around when you said about you know the psychiatrists psychologists in christian counseling. I i definitely believe that. We should have both because i had a year of new set counseling in college and our denomination believed that you know. Depression was san and anxieties of santa. Taking any kind of medication or sin and all they would do quote bible verses at you but they didn't address the chemical imbalances in the brain or the trauma that somebody has gone through this why i am very passionate about mending the soul because they do have both psychological principles that are already proven to work as you say they give you helping. They give you coping mechanisms. And have you recognize what it is that you went through but you also need you also need the lord because trauma and abuse affect how you perceive god as yuri. No and yes. I think you can heal to a certain extent Without without god. But i think you're gonna be lumping around on crutches. It think for a full complete healing as delores a great physician. Is you have to have both. You can't just go to a shrink or psychiatrist and just deal with the physical part. You also need to spiritual aspect the sole your souls been damaged. Your soul has been put through a blunder. N- hit fraught pay so right in. That's what i recommend. Is you have a complete physical done to because the there are chemical imbalances that caused us. It doesn't need to be spiritual wound but for the rest of us. That don't have that you're exactly right. you know. There's one psychologist in my area. That saved my life because he taught me these coping skills so they are truly necessary or crisis intervention. I believe but we can talk about our trauma or weeks in years in in multiple years without god. Don't think we could truly heal. And like you said yes we can make it through life and we could use those coping mechanisms coping skills to avoid whatever triggers us or to to make through life but the truly feel that peace and joy. Only god can bring i think. That's where the spiritual component comes in..

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"first responders" Discussed on The Wounds Of The Faithful

The Wounds Of The Faithful

05:33 min | 11 months ago

"first responders" Discussed on The Wounds Of The Faithful

"Wasn't thinking straight and she was afraid of my reactions. If she were to report me she told me later that she was truly thinking about calling my department in san not not about the drugs you know about my mental state but she was afraid of my reaction and and probably rightfully so i mean in that in rem frame of mind minded. I was in probably would have been very very angry birds. She's in iraq and a hard place that point even my best friend at that time. He's no longer my friend. Because of what i did but my best friend at that time took a little bit of responsibility to he goes man. I saw these changes in you. You know your attitude in. You're just you're you're depressed state. But i never asked you. I told you we don't want to talk to each other about these things right everything. Good don't worry about me. i got this handle. Everything was good and So he did say that he felt a small amount responsibly. For not talking to me or saying anything. But that's the way cops. Are you know so. I got arrested. I bailed out and this is where god started working in. My life is truly incredible sitting at home after couple of weeks in this astor calls it again. I don't believe in god. At this point pastor calls and he said his name was pastor jeff canny he was from the new hope international church. He says i got your phone number from a friend of your father's who was worried about you. And i said okay and he said i just want to offer our church up. We counseling. And i feel that you would do a lot better in the church setting in in my mind. I'm already kind of like okay. When's going gonna hang up dog trying to blow the guy off and i said you know i'll be okay. Don't worry about it. he goes. Okay well the offers always open. Do you mind if i pray with you. That sure you know in my mind. Say knock yourself out. I mean. I don't care but what he did is he did the centers prayer and i didn't even know what the sinner's prayer was. The andy says. Do you of your life to. Jesus christ and i didn't really mean it but i said yeah sure. Yeah i i'm just trying to be polite right..

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"first responders" Discussed on The Wounds Of The Faithful

The Wounds Of The Faithful

05:40 min | 11 months ago

"first responders" Discussed on The Wounds Of The Faithful

"About thirty nine years old. I was diagnosed with perform rathi. What would happen. i don't. i'm not a diabetic eating. So it's it's a rare. I should say rare but it's uncommon for people to have neuropathy when you're not a diabetic what was happening with me. Was i was developing these huge blisters or ulcers there actually ulcers are big quarter size. Owl's your feet and they weren't healing and so when i went to the doctor yes when i was diagnosed and then they did some genetic testing and found that i had another disease which is called sharko marie tooth disease so that the purple apathy deadens the nerves in the extremities. The charcoal murray tooth disease deadens the muscles in the extremities so Like for instance. I don't know if you see my my hands. I pulled up and That's part of it. So i have no grip so at thirty nine i started having some surgeries at about forty two forty three. I lost the the strengthened my hands so buttoning buttons was is impossible. I can't button buttons. My wife had to so velcro into my shirts and into might pants. So that i could use the velcro set of the buttons smartly. Yeah in. I think that triggered by ptsd I had been an officer for about well. Thirteen years at that point. And what i've learned is that it doesn't lay dormant but it just it's it's this was triggered by the the trauma of all these surgeries. I have thirty surgeries and ten years. So i found myself be enrolled depressed. I would owes repressed for years or two or three months at a time. I would just you know wine and lay on the couch and eat. It was crazy and my wife saw that and she basically told me you need help and of course in the first responder culture. We don't wanna seek help because it's a sign of weakness and that's in the military also in in in the doctors. All first responders insane. It's a warrior type culture. Where gotta be strong. You know you've got to go out there and face whatever your job is it and do it. You can't sit there and cry. I remember this one time. When i had to give a death notice to. This lady was about three o'clock in the morning and her side have been killed in accidents somewhere else and you know i was with another officer and we gave her. The the notification started cry with her. You know and we sat down and we hugged and you know got all help and when i left the other officers laughing at me you know so i said well this this hit me hard. You know so. We can't seek help. That i mean that was one of the things when i got arrested. My judge said you just seek some help if not that easy because once another first responder sees that you're week or i should say sees perceives that you're week then they'll won't work with you anymore. First of all they don't trust you and then they think that you can't handle your job and they don't wanna be around you so it's very difficult situation for first responders. That's why there's such a high suicide rate and then in re retired officers police officers. There's a huge suicide rate..

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"first responders" Discussed on The Wounds Of The Faithful

The Wounds Of The Faithful

03:15 min | 11 months ago

"first responders" Discussed on The Wounds Of The Faithful

"Mean this is a. I'm only telling this to make an illustration not not to to disrespect him. But he was a kind of guy when i was sixteen. One of my close friends died in a motorcycle accident and I was crying because that was my first experience with death. He came into my room and just was yelling. Shut up stop it. Stop crime men. Don't cry when i couldn't stop. He basically beating and don't cry. And then i learned at the police academy was the same kind of thing so that was a common thread amongst men of that generation in of the first responder culture. So it was who has never shown a motel said. My mom and dad might have held hands that i've never seen him kiss or show any kind of real emotion. Even my mom. And i believe that's from the trauma of war but the drama from war is the same as we can experience hearsay being a victim of a crime of violent crime or just being threatened by somebody. I mean these are the same things when you see something. That's life threatening. It can really affect you the rest of your life. Yes exactly now. We're gonna talk about first responder. Ptsd today can you define what the difference between first responder ptsd is and how it is different from like a war. Combat zone ptsd. Well i believe there is no difference because you see the same things right when you deployed In a combat zone you see horrific thing you know you see killings and shootings and and children that have been killed and you may even have to do some killing yourself slow. That's only in a short time distance. Right i mean there's been guys that have been deployed four five times but those appointments are generally six months first responders the police and fire even ambulance drivers and even trauma room doctors. They see during a whole career twenty five thirty year career so it's cumulative and they see the same things you know. I i've seen many many children killed. I've i've been involved in shootings. Thank god i've never had to shoot myself but I've seen people die in in shootings. I've seen people just shot in wounded Suicides that are just horrific scenes. Carb rashes the horrific scenes a trains pedestrians. I mean the these crime scenes or these scenes stick with one forever. I mean i still see every single one of when i close my eyes i can picture every single one of them vivid detail and the keep you up at night. I'm sure so. We're we're going to talk about your. You have a genetic neurological disease in. You've had it for thirty years. Wow that's a long time. Can you tell us about the trials and challenges that you've had with that disease.

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"first responders" Discussed on The Wounds Of The Faithful

The Wounds Of The Faithful

04:11 min | 11 months ago

"first responders" Discussed on The Wounds Of The Faithful

"I'm award to history net in my ex husband's uncle served in the army during d day. normandy beach and we hired a tour group to take us around because it was very spread out and you will never guess but the very first stop was. It was the german cemetery. Oh boy and the guard explained to us that the reason that he takes his groups there is because we tend to think of the german soldiers as he's evil people the enemy Well the nazis were evil. Yes hitler was evil of course but the soldiers he pointed out. We're just young boys just like our american soldiers were boys. They were drafted by their leaders to fight in a war that they probably didn't wanna fight in and they were just doing what they were told than their mothers lost sons and he showed us the graves of these young german soldiers and some of them were sixteen. You know they probably had fake. Id's it is a really beautiful cemetery. And now yes we went to all the other places like Colville solo man the american cemetery. But that's what. I immediately thought of when i heard about your family's history and How your father fought during world war. Two on the german side so just for openers. Can you Tell us a little bit about your your parents story and your upbringing yet stories. My dad's parents died in a very young age. He doesn't even know how they died. It was cancer. What medical science wasn't too great back then. And he was orphaned basically at fifteen so he had no place to go and he joined. The army lied about his age and joined the army and He didn't talk too much about his time in in the army i believe now because of his. Ptsd he didn't just didn't wanna talk about it but the things he did say was exactly the same thing he didn't want to. But if you refuse to fight they would just execute you if you'd wanna fight so but he did his is He helped the war effort for the americans by making sure that things didn't work. Well he was on our tillery in the ship the wrong artillery shells to the wrong guns and stuff. 'cause nobody wanted the war nobody did and then he got captured by the americans he was. I think it was six months in a prisoner of war camp. The american street. I'm real well so that wasn't an issue. But and my mom. She was also in the military and she was In the netherlands but the war allied bombers basically killed my whole family. I have no one except my mom and dad well. My mom had a sister. I'm sorry my mom had a sister that was it and they lost their parents. They lost all the sisters and brothers. And so like you said it's they were evil but wars evil. I mean yes. My whole family died during the war. And i didn't know it at the time but i think all this stress this. This trauma affected the family that we can't even comprehend because when they came here they immigrated here in the fifties and they had me in the early sixties and it they. They worked hard and they did but they never talked about. They never showed love. They never showed any kind of autism emotions. Right and i think that's part of the symptoms of ptsd Well that's incredible story. We generally associate. Ptsd with military service. You know american sniper digit dad talk about. Pto stay in any way. No he was the kind of guy who Pull yourself up at the boot straps you know. Don't show emotion..

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"first responders" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"first responders" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"Even big departments like the los angeles county sheriff's department. They do have people that are aware of the mystery. Themselves that i'm thinking of and when somebody hits rock bottom let's say ends up getting arrested. Their people on the inside apple shares permit referring those particular. These look go to this ability. You get treason down-home detox they'll get stabilized and so there's two that i worked very closely with and i have to tell you dave. These places are extraordinary with a work that they are doing because they understand The life of first responder bay that allows them to really identify what the issues and the triggers use were trigger. So that's that's an important word because triggers can happen on a daily basis And so these facilities. That i that i work with clients. Go through the the work. Doing is amazing. They are truly changing and saving people's lives. And you know. If i were a multimillionaire you know i'd open up. Ten more articles dedicate all of my practice to shoot crushes shooter reword that so when you are maybe keep it really success. I if be somewhere on the fence. Well let's move on their to how your because obviously now you've left the l. a. Training not the police law enforcement. And you've got your own practice now. It's your own practice which she saw acer. How did you start there. And what do you offer. How does it work. So i started at A little over five years ago. I really I strategically set my properties of To very specialized. Kind of like a boutique practice brown there are a lot of criminal. Defense attorney says specialized this right. Why you know. Why would you take whatever kind of case they get stolen. Car d y. You know a fall. Whatever i really wanted to focus on onto areas. You know one of which is for sunder of defense the other which is sex crimes. Just because that was part of what i did prosecutor so so i have created a very specialized boutique. Practice on fewer cases rather than like a mass production. And i Are just you know. I do everything i can on a daily basis to think about One of the very first responder clients that i've ever had. He was a new york city. Firefighter responded responded to nine. Eleven roy off all very he fully medically retired as a result of several issues that that he really was my very first First responder client and he has really helped mold. The what. I wanna do as a lawyer. And what my mission is what my passion is like. I said at the beginning. I really i at now. Twenty years later. While i'm entering my twenty first year as a lawyer i think after twenty one years. I've really reached a point where this is exactly what i am supposed to do. I put here to help these men and women put everything on the line for us every single day. You know what that's like. I mean you served complete strangers every single day. Because i wanted to help. It's easy for us to think back on it now. Retarded can sit back and reflect liar. Sometimes she doesn't fit is was saying it's all in a day's work in your around your colleagues and now this citizen brainwashing stuff..

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"first responders" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"first responders" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"It's like Training to become an athlete you know. Why wouldn't you work to prevent injury rather than get injured and then try and fix rightish. I do mental training mice. Bulls people now about i mean some of the top boss d mindfulness and they did a long before. My this is now mainstream and now the now the first responders and find police departments actually embracing that kind of training as well as help prevent preventative. Bought a way that kind of right but in you know even as much as we are making progress you know it still is a very intimate struggle For any individual y- you know when when our brains are not well. It's a very scary thing. I think that you know you. You may identify with this. It's like you start. Say something's going on. This doesn't feel right. But i don't know what i'm supposed to do and so will you know it's it's constant like what do i do. What do i do. I'm not sure what the ceiling and want me to difficult issue. Astros given from me as an individual defy dave of palmer. She say you're thinking well. I'm not the same as a patient. A problem with same patients in hospital tour. I need to get to but you sly. I'm not. I'm not that. So why people trying to the teasing goes round is the lie. They tease you. That way to say no. You're one of these people. Mental health is the spectrum for a star and every vulnerable to that anyone can get stress and is stress management nazi issue especially in a job. That's very stressful high stress. Secondly ob- see there is a fear of losing your job because in the past is kind of like a bootcam- own ministry style. You're out the door. We can't have that there's no health. Lily yes factor. Yeah so those are the two things that stop. She really talking and both of them. The first one is more stigma because people tease you and say no. It's like like a very severe which is not the case completely. Other ends of the spectrum knows very mild and it can be managed old management style. Sent boy-scout tough log. Luckily hopefully high up management at trying to kind of bring it right down to station that they are. They really are. In fact. i've heard several stories where clients of mine ended up in a first responder of treatment facility. So there were a lot of these places popping up that are specifically dedicated and built around treating first responders. Only firefighter clients. Because it's more cherry eat at. Does it firefighters. Cherry police similar thing. Yeah so so. What i have seen is that you know..

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"first responders" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"first responders" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"I when. I first meet with a first responder for a consultation pretty quickly in the conversation i say to them. So what's going on beneath the service like what's actually going on and they look at me like what are you asking me. I say you know. Is there something going on in your whole life. Is there something going on at work you have. You had a critical incident that you still think about. They kind of they kind of. Look at me a little like okay. What are we getting out. And then pretty quickly they start to open up because i know yes i get it and once. They realized that they can trust me. And that i get it. They do start share and i have one a one client. He's a he's a current client during the consultation. This is a pretty serious driving under the influence k. His hall three times your car in two in the morning. what's going on. I've said it is everything. Okay at home and he said yes. Everything's okay i said. Is everything okay at work like. I love my job. Everything's great at work. And i said so. Then something's going on. I said have you been involved in a serious critical incident that still bothers yo and he just got completely quiet and he kinda dropped his head and you can see that he was tearing up and i said what is what. Talk to me you know. I need to be able to help you and he said there were. There were two very serious critical incidents rather early on his career One was a traffic collision And you know when you when you get the call of traffic collision. You don't know who you're going to treat you know that you know somebody crash. Yes right he gets there and they quickly realize it's one of their l. Is from their departments yet but australia was the one nine nine straight away so he was often be So this client of mine was trying desperately to.

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"first responders" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"first responders" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"Because i don't know when that calls come in and then when you do get off of your shift and sometimes that shift is like three or four days straight your shift and you go home. And it's sort of like a my advisers dealt with for the past three or four days. And how do i. How do i function now. In the insecurity of my home were being my children are my my wife or my husband and it creates all sorts of serious issues. Especially has you know. Needs departments historically have not prepared is men and women for the mental component of all the you know in southern star into now time is there. There are several several really outspoken individuals. Who are really have made it their mission to you. Know sort of smashed the stigma as they say You know a lot of brilliant experienced Men and women who you know a lot of them are now retired a sedative selves. My goodness is such an obvious issue. And so they've made it really dirk goal to talk about it. Which about it. The more we normalize it right which is probably while doing the show as well. Because i retired actually hit me and the suicides increased so much in recent years. Now i wanna i wanna speak of. That isn't get self checkout at the same time because actually slot isn't that eighty eight percent of first responders are actually suffering in some way or the other not saying fully blown pius. But if you don't deal with it it can get it it certainly can and that's why it's really important for experienced men and women like like yourself to talk about these things industry luck. It's okay it's okay to not be okay backed into sign of strength to identify that you have a weakness as you know it be where it's going to go now but let's let's go because obviously i'll start guide on the medical side and obviously because i was into my fitness because i was also doing spoil. Swallows a firefighter. And now i'm doing personal training and life coaching on. Mindfulness at a candlelight. I should've done this while as a firefighter with the help that surround now. But i'm offering it anyway generally so we don't want to talk about that because we're talking about the legal side of things show for we talk about how you help versus this from where gets extreme and i could've gone down that road myself Luckily i didn't because of the way i was in position is kind of in but you know there are some serious cases but what makes it unique for you is that you was actually kind of training law enforcement in in the legal system is somehow so you've got to notice system with how internally you can do that tennis better unique position. I had absolutely so so. I started training instructing law enforcement probably about halfway through my career. So i would say around. Probably two thousand eight thousand nine. I just had the opportunity to star training league and going to some of the smaller departments and talking sam abou- in a whole lot of things case preparation courtroom testimony. But then i always..

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"first responders" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"first responders" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"As a deputy district attorney prosecuting some of. La's most violent criminal defendants for fifteen straight years. Roy was it was an amazing amazing career. I loved it. I i truly cannot remember a day as prosecutor that i didn't just truly enjoy going to work in court helping people and you know you just feel good about what you're doing sill. That is what introduced me and help. Sort of forged these relationships with law enforcement and firefighters. And i first responders in general. Yeah yeah because you know those men and women would come to court on a basis for cases. Yes and you know that when you're in this line of work it really does create a very intimate relationship just because of the nature of the work so you for example you know you get a call and you go into somebody's home and you know the your first meeting was with. This person is in their home meeting their family members dealing with trauma or a medical emergency and so it's like an instant connection. It really was the same way With my work with the police officers detectives because when you need them and you instantly start talking about a child sexual abuse case i mean you really get pretty raw really quickly and so i really enjoyed those very close professional personal relationships that i that i had the great opportunity to have so then when i left the district attorney's office to open up my defense practice. It really just seemed like the natural progression to make that a big part of my practice to dan do criminal defense for law enforcement And i think you know at my core. I really understood that. There is such a great deal of trauma that they experience that. You know. you can't help but say to yourself. This must of facts out because we are all human and unless you're a sociopath its effect yo- you know because again we're human. We have emotions. We have love in our heart. You know we have families and then when you who go ahead yes as well two things really. The first thing is we also have to be professional with their so even yourself doctors lawyers. You know you still kind of distress going on you. Don't tell you about it. Because yet refresh professional out there for the for the people who represented or whatever but he's still got home and then it hits you or it might be the second thing so it kind of is a little bit suppressed because of the job itself if you need these days if you need help get it in because of suicide and it's out on. The line is beaten line of duty deaths but the other thing is when i joined just years ago it was stigmatized done. A how much is mental. General it's been stigmatized for a long time as other things characteristics so it was hard in that time. Job is hard to solve problems when stress. Then they try to encourage it kind of was a bit of a struggle with to say. I've got stress. Yes that's that's such a good point because You know when you're on the job whether as a police officer firefighter or paramedic you're in an operational mindset shoo. Be ready for any thing right. You have to be ready..

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"first responders" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"first responders" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"More employment law free trade union trading myself. I did have some colleagues coruna through trouble when they lost their job. Unfortunately there are really nice. Good in firefights quiff through personal problems in the running with the law you know united not drinking and stress really so i almost went down that road myself but my life is actually had it. All all kind of dealt with people knew me well enough to say this. Isn't dave so. I kind of probably spoken to you but it would have been dealt with any way from. Would this do with it anyway. So you wouldn't step in some people really get into serious problems. They made the work at doing. Can you tell us about the work do in and before we go fully into that how you got started in your legal journey yes of course i would be happy to so So the work. That idea now is as a criminal. Defense attorney and a big portion of my practice is representing first responders. You'll get into criminal. Legal trouble usually off-duty although i have a couple cases and you know my journey to to this point in my career which i really do think that i was. I was destined to to get to this point. And i'm thinking i am really. I am at that point where i have finally sort of figured out what my gift is. And what my niche is where i really have the most profound positive effect on people's lives but having said all that my journey was was very interesting. I i'm i'm the daughter of a lawyer first of all on and and my father represented. La county sheriff's department is for many many years in civil of civil context but represented the department nor individual employees. He was more manageable side. No no actually both involved. Okay so okay. If if a sheriff's deputy responding to a call and you know maybe gently hit somebody. In an intersection he would defend. Those cases are of a sheriff's. Deputy accidentally shot somebody while pursuing somebody else He would defend that. Deputy and the sheriff's department and the county Typically when there's a civil lawsuit against al a sheriff's deputy than they do everybody department the county. Everybody they can so all of that is to say. I was introduced to the law in a very young age Working with my father going to court with my father. He's a brilliant gifted lawyer. And i love truly love watching brilliant gifted lawyers. Yes so so. That was sort of the introduction when it came time to sort of decide what i was going to do with my life because i was i was an art major which has nothing to do with the law. Yeah yeah but these days you can do any degree and it's like i was launched a degree you kind of is like a high school degree. I don't worry about the topics degree in your high school diploma. Roca university degree now. Yeah it really doesn't matter what you major in college go to law school. You could go off the conversion or wherever so you know so i was talking to my father and and he said you know you should go to law school and arson sugar. Okay at that. Sounds like a good idea. And i i immediately started clerking at the los angeles county district attorney's office all through law school and My dad said you know you should probably implied. That's a great job. you do good work. You help bull. You get to work with police officers. They're doing good work and it's just it's fun and i thought you know that totally makes sense. I think he's right. And by the grace of god. I worked hard. I stuck to it. I got hired right out of law. School wants graduated..

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"first responders" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"first responders" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"And awakens. Your innermost capability. You have the training and the talent to succeed but do you have the guts to fail. I love what i do. We love what you do. You want to be the best at it. Today is about the power you you will change to find your path to success through the journey of those who have succeeded. And now your host dave pomme. Welcome back to promise show today. I've got someone who has made it her. Life's passion to take care of first responders in an area that first responders would never have thought they could end up ended up in the legal system. She served as los angeles county. Deputy district attorney for fifteen years before starting her own practice as a criminal. Defense attorney lisa. Who lay. Welcome to the dave palmer. Show hide hi. Hello to your many listeners. How oh there's so many it's gone out to at least thirty forty countries and montana's going out. I'm so pleased. I'm doing this podcast and it's really aimed at just really given some value in helping people but yeah i'm doing good. Thanks lisa server. Giving along are set a good during sally sally los angeles california sunny london down the actually obliged citing philippines. It was snowing in london. Now it'd be miserable an effort sir. Believe it or not. Believe it or not. It was actually snowing in the northern part of the la county this week. And i also have to say that a week and a half prior to that it was eighty degrees at the beach so this has been crazy weather. You could draw from one to the other company for sure. There are some countries that can do that. Actually because if you're high up on the hill even hey you can go so cold apart because it's so high amount in it's more or less cool all year round so yeah yeah excellent. Excellent well so thanks for coming. Thanks for the great work. You're doing. I mean i know. People was telling me even as a retired firefighter. Thanks for your service. Dave and i left a couple of years ago and things like that. Although i am doing volunteer with the red cross over the emergency response unit. There's not the same is just give my knowledge back giving back you jason. Great workout there. Because there's always dealt with far as my thigh service career was.

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"first responders" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

The Mighty Oaks Podcast

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"first responders" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

"In that era I like to but is a view things I want to think. Better, trained forcible help, you can just to allow them to respond on. Away that could help you know illuminate some kind of farther go need to again. The reason why is because they want to hurt somebody the wrong race, but sometimes somebody nervous situation like that and respond. Respond and we can sit back and watch it on video and. Oh no governors issues that wasn't done that way. You should hell containment with a person of Nancy. But you never been to that situation, you can't mourn training with. The definitely in that area. And then to citizens is seen. Scenarios to see how they respond. In a situation like that and and also to is it a big one for me that I tell our guys started a lot of grace. If you you'll get were grace and what that means. I teach law enforcement guys straight into college and all different backgrounds some. US The day life or they just got their citizenship and they want to arm state and eleven. Picture of what the Constitutions Wa we have constitution. In. What it means to actually have due process. Because I've been on the side been important. I. Think as citizens don't stand the core process. There's a lot of things that can go right because a lot with the demand. that. It's unjustice. COP is not being all candidate for his actions. He's going to do it and gives the court and guess what happens gets pled guilty and then the families left with. With with the pain and they walked. Right. So in law enforcement and every action, right you've got to do. And you may it arrest all ladies probably calls for that rest. Then you get a court and this judge decide whether you're guilty or not guilty off of what you wrote off your. App Off your problem 'cause. You get prosecuted venture investor jobs to defend defendant. A He's getting. So. Beginning mile-long career I used to like me. All I WANNA do is protect bad right. Onto the Virginia if you don't get. You not guilty on position on found pound. You do not give them a house. Actually. Tested in, the, lab and. So the question is, are they guilty or not guilty? To a citizen US yeah you can't. Marijuana. But Dude you law constitution. So I've been on side we're. committed. Any strong and. Their families that bear in they're waiting and hoping that the judge say not guilty so that person can come right and then you see the person, the victims like. We got off and then I've been on your side. Versus. Found guilty. Is So I think the main thing is? Veered is great. We all look at life and see nobody can into the question never misdemeanor. Haagen GEICO. A was fair right so that person. Nine but.

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