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"gary dietrich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"gary dietrich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The impeachment of President Trump is constitutional or not. The bottom line is this. There were 45 members of the Senate who came out and said, We think this is unconstitutional. What that means is this. It's very likely that there will not be a conviction in the United States Senate in this impeachment trial based on that vote alone, so this may all be for not all right. We did a recall 101 primer and were posted that on kfbk dot com by the way, talking about what happens if they do reach the threshold. Of 1.5 million signatures. We looked at the the business exodus from the state of California. It's not just Oracle or Charles Schwab or Tesler. So on some of those big names that we've highlighted very recently, do you realize between 2008 and 2019 18,000 companies have left California So we took a look at that today as well, Bills it for checked in on the debt that there is some concern now starting to build about President Biden's budget plan and what it could do to our national debt, which is well over 27 trillion. At this point, you did an interesting segment on men who are getting dressed up for those zoom meeting. Yes, there wanted to dress a little bit more professionally, And it seems to be happening Maura with male sportswear, But some of the designers are paying attention and they're building out some of these more traditional items in softer fabrics. Gary Dietrich political analyst joined us this morning from 7 15 to 7 30. We covered a whole lot of topics that are going on in the state capital. And by the way, the member of the Cave became morning team with the coolest name. Jensen Raider. Our executive producer. Today is her last day She's been bumped up the food chain. She's going to be in charge Digital here. It kfbk on. We're getting a new executive producer. So we just want to thank Jensen for all of her hard work so and she thinks this is a promotion. Yeah, well, you know what she does get to sleep in and throw away her alarm clock. But you leave this show. That's a demotion. Okay? Oh, no, No. No way. Love Jensen. She's been fabulous. And Taylor's Day is taking over it. Taylor Martin taken over his executive producer. So welcome to her. Yeah, That'll be a good deal. Okay. Stay dry and dance again. Take it slow and easy on the roads. It's gonna This is with us till Friday. So it is. Hang in there and we're back tomorrow morning from 5 A.m. to 90. I'm Sam. Shane. I'm Kristie. Even dance to Rush Limbaugh is.

"gary dietrich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"gary dietrich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Political analyst Gary Dietrich, who joins us right now, Gary, Welcome to the show, buddy. That it is so good to hear you back in the radio saddle, buddy. Thanks. Really? Thanks. Really, man. You had to see you back there behind the mike. And, you know, feeling much better, man. We're glad you made it through the bed and you're back at it. Here is we start a new year, one that everybody has been waiting for. And tomorrow a day that some have looked forward to some of feared, But we're gonna have a new president added up tomorrow. Ah, yes. And what is it s so what's the final thing on this? Is it going to be Mike Pence? Attending or because I know the president has And I think this may have happened to you correct me if I'm wrong only once before, maybe where the outgoing president is not representing We're back it Andrew Johnson last time the president was not there for the inauguration. Mike Pence is going to represent the administration. He will be there. Donald Trump wheels up in Air Force one for his last trip. On that jet down to mar a Lago, Florida and he'll be understand wheels up about 8, 30 eastern. So you want to watch that in person? You'll need to get early tomorrow. Here on the West Coast. You understand? It's gonna be like, uh, Like 4 30. The coverage begins somewhere around 4 30 or five AM Gary. Yeah, I'm not. I don't have that shift. Thank God that I mean me, either. I will be up. Well, I think you're gonna go all day tomorrow. Just real quick, So people know that we'll be wheels up for the president early in the morning. Then the inaugural activities begin late morning course that traditional swearing in will happen at noon. Under the actually a prime time concert. You know, normally crusty things all happen in person is going to be virtual Tom Hanks hosting that tomorrow night, No inaugural balls that we usually see no people on Capitol Mall. Almost 200,000. American flags will be representing in 56 rows representing the 50 states and six territories. That's what people will see tomorrow. The rest of it, though. You know, almost all of us typically watch it. On the TV and you will still see the risers and all that people more social resistance cell over tomorrow for that. Oh, and then by the way, I think something that is gonna be cool after the inauguration itself. The president will go to lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown, still soldiered Arlington with three of the four living presidents with him. Clinton Bush Obama Jimmy Carter in his nineties can't make it But I think that that should be very cool for those of us like myself at your honor. Go to Arlington. That's a special place. Is it just too much? What I mean? Is it just This is just too too much bitterness. I obviously the reason the president is not going to be attending. We know that it's Kind of hard for him to attend. I mean, some people would, I think, understand that there's been just so much conflict between obviously Biden and who just has shown a complete and utter lack of respect for Donald Trump, Gary On and vice versa. Or is it is it is? It just looked like bad sportsmanship? I don't know. You tell me. You know, I think I think you're clearly pat residues on both sides. But I think you're the thing that people have to remember. Is this President leaves office with the potential it least For an impeachment trial and actual impeachment hanging over his head. I mean, that would be awfully awkward, Would it not to be standing on the steps of the Capitol? When, literally tomorrow afternoon? We're expecting The three in the U. S. Senators, including one from California Secretary of State Alex Video who we take in the office. You know the appointment of Gavin Newsom for VP elect. Harris, and then the two newly elected senators from the special elections in Georgia will take office and then Charles Humor will presumably take the reins in the U. S Senate and yet to be determined. I think this is the important thing to tell people tonight that there is no definitive word at all yet. On impeachment trial when it might start there still a potential for Republicans who objected that and this is a big problem right now, because the Biden folks want to get moving right away. I'm getting there, You know, Cabinet appointees confirmed getting going on the traditional 100 days of public policy. Keep one thing in mind. It's really important for people to understand when Nancy Pelosi if she says over those articles of impeachment expect her to do so for six days of every week at noon of every day. That impeachment trial has to take place regardless of anything else, And that's the big concern. Would that just completely, you know, preempt a 1st 100 days for Biden money? They want to make a big splash, and it's important for them to do so. And you know when we are one to talk about You know, focusing on Kobe and getting vaccinations out. And yet the focus, it seems, will be again on impeachment. Gary Well, that's the problem. You know you've got the coverage situation is job one on including by the way yet another stimulus package that's being talked about very large potential into $2. Trillion. They'll include more stimulus for individuals and families, more business. Support money for state local government efforts. So those things are top of the agenda. And if you have six days a week, starting at noon every day and impeachment trial that, you know, presumably, Pat, you're talking witnesses. You're talking issues are gonna I mean, it could drag on for a long time. So that is ah problem. And, uh, the Biden and, uh, Pelosi issue of people having yet sort it all out How this is all gonna work out by the way, one other really important thing, Pat. And that is there's real debate going on right now. A lot of discussions about whether they'll be a quote unquote power sharing arrangement. Which we saw last time about 20 years ago in two dozen one. Will Republicans and Democrats in the Senate could actually be evenly represented on every committee knows Republicans may have a lot more clout in this is all said and done. The Senate. People thought they may have. Hmm. Going with Gary Dietrich are KPK political analyst. Yes, Senator Mitch McConnell has been urged you to quote, do his job and start the impeachment trial after the Republican Senate Senate leader Condemn President Trump today. But yes, as you said Nancy Pelosi, of course, still has not sent those impeachment articles to the Senate. Without them, there could be no trial. I won thing I wanted to touch and by the way, did you say virtual Tom Hanks when we're talking the inauguration? Yeah, He's supposed to be hosting the concert tomorrow. I think Garth Brooks is a number of folks who were going to be, you know part of that. That's kind of tradition, but that's going to be a as I understand it a virtual concert. Not an in person affair, right? Yeah, I would imagine, um, so I don't know..

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"gary dietrich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"gary dietrich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Closer to completion. The plan is for the creation of a canopy of colorful umbrellas, creating shade. And typically, the warm park. I know that sounds kind of cool actually does useful too beautiful and useful. I'm speaking of architecture. I understand you found a nugget. Yeah, This is an interesting story. It's a brand new mental health facility. It's opened in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Ondas based on some new US new science concerning the impact of architectural on our mental health. Most mental health facilities air, you know, kind of grim there. Enclosed are dark and common rooms. This one is huge windows set up against a forest on they're finding that the impact of just that architecture is really keeping patients calm and helping them and that makes so much then for all of us for all for everyone but the fact that there now You know, Implementing this kind of architecture into mental health facilities is is the new approach. Three minutes from now, Gary Dietrich is going to be on the line with us, the political analyst to big topics. Talk about this Senate race in Georgia looks like Democrats might be doing quite well. And second of all the recall effort for Gavin Newsom, the governor of California, picking up steam new numbers on that this morning. We're back in three. Your chance at $1000 stimulus to help pay your bills is coming up Faith and build up every weekday 12 times today. Details that can't be k dot com. Friends. Let's talk about a red hot housing market. Here's a place I.

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"gary dietrich" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"gary dietrich" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Later today. Republicans say M iguana riding desert states The Senate is not clearly in the hands of the Republicans because things have gone hinky in Georgia. Oh, somebody caught us and they're absolutely right. We actually started discussing what the polling is for that special election and in January and mind your own business. We all need to address our own behaviors and figure this out going for you considered being good at your job way need to have an encounter group or a drum circle addicted We are pulling. We can have a Conversation about how it's clearly not a science. It's useless and then, like two seconds later, well, how's the polling in Georgia? Who's ahead? I will excuse me. Excuse me, people what I was asking Gary Dietrich was. How did the Republican and Democrat due at the polls in the too many candidates to get 50% thing? And Gary said there are so many candidates in the race. It's hard to say where those votes would go, so that we weren't talking about holing. We're talking about the polls really different name. On the other hand. All you need to know about this here video because it's radio. It's only audio for you is that it is a guy frantically zooming in and out on a map up and down with a pointer. And it is a parody of CNN for the last 48 hours house important. Everyone knows the house important going to go down here in the valley between Columbus of Pittsburgh, and then you've got the triangle right here. Hillary Clinton carried this next to Canton in this, of course, there's Worcester. But 18 76 of the different story. Orville this a problem for Orval. This a problem for buying Trump carries these North Lawrence down over here to appear to canal food. You're going assuming you're going to zoom in and get up here to 93 21 Triangle Circle. That's what they call it right around. Nick Jack Farms everyone knows. And Nikki Jack Farms has always been carried Trump ever since 18 80 for when he only 1 42% of the vote. We'll go step. We're gonna head our way south. We're going to zoom in a little bit right there. There's a green patch. We call this elms Country club back in the day arms, country clubs where, Of course, Hamilton lost the duel with Washington. Everyone knows is the huge Republican Maine state. We're going back up a little bit. I don't ever stop talking. I was just keep moving The math. We need more data. Of course, East Can East cancer, Of course. Runs east of Cannon, which is just east of mass a lot and then mass alarms north of never there. And we all know these Republican hot spots. Perry Heights by exiting polls say that the 6 27 is backed up here all the way down to 77. I never stopped talking. I was told to keep talking, never stopped talking. Keep moving the map. Everyone knows about Sparta. Let me remind you because he's Sparta's carries. All right, that is hilarious and barely a parody actually going there to tell him the 6 27 is backed up has been for miles. It's barely different, though, than if you played two minutes of the actual thing, right And to me it it's it's like we've got a drug problem as a country. Like, you know, electoral politics, horse race politics and we need our fix, And that's the guy gives it to us because it's It's nonsensical that stuff and I see it on all the channels. And why did they talk so fast in? Who's that? For once you're gonna find out this one particular district it's coming in. They're gonna What? Why? Why are we acting like this is all knowing 124 days because it's exciting. It's fun. Now the horse race analogy. I like horse racing. Exciting. That's weird, man. Yeah, it is. That was hilarious, though. Kudos. What's that guy's name again? Sean, Michael Costa or Costa Brother? That's really funny. S so what's your conspiracy theory? Go ahead. I like this, and then I'll finally finally get what I've been promising. So I was singing last night. This seems like the result. If it ends up being Biden wins the presidency and the Republicans hold the Senate seems like they're very result that all the powerful people in Washington D. C would love to have had That if you got Mitch McConnell and Joe Biden in a room together and came up with a deal, this is the deal they would come up with. Biden's the president. Surely no more than one term Mitch McConnell and I guarantee you at least half of the Republican senators would love to have by Trump Begone. Kevin McCarthy was sitting like in the third row, says Can I get a few more seats? All right, Kevin. All right, Mitch McConnell and a bunch of times and says what I still get my majority, and Biden doesn't actually need the crazies of the left. Driving him. Nuts is lots of people have said his wish was Tito Win and have the Republicans control the Senate so he doesn't have to worry about Packin the senator or any of that crap that he doesn't want to do. I think this is the it could be the powerful in Washington, D C Ultimately, for the worst, I think, but the powerful Washington DC, coming together and saying, Okay, let's calm things down. The radicals on the left the anti for the black lives matter, the Trump. We're all going to calm things down your president. We hold onto the Senate. Everything stays calm, Eunjo. I'm in Mitch, and they go with it. That's a good conspiracy theory. It's difficult to pull off in a country where you're allowed to vote. I can't imagine you. The answer to that would be his vote. Fraud of the fix is in Rudy saying it Newt Gingrich is saying I can't imagine saw Molly Hemingway and Donald Trump on the Twitter just saying it..

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2020 Election: Biden flips Wisconsin and Michigan

Pat Walsh

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

2020 Election: Biden flips Wisconsin and Michigan

"Joe Biden just 17 electoral votes away from becoming the next president. He flipped. Michigan and Wisconsin today is on track to do the same thing in Arizona that states expected to update its vote count any moment Gary Dietrich will be on hand with Pat Wall show to talk about a lot of election results. Joe Biden so confident he'll win the presidential race, though he's preparing for the transition with a website called Build Back better dot com did

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"gary dietrich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"gary dietrich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"That will show Monday night. Pre election coverage is we're looking at all the ballot measures. Gary is getting to the bottom line to the nitty gritty of what these are all about. I do appreciate that very much, Gary. We were talking. We just finish talking about prop 17 were on a prop 18 Gary Dietrich. So simple. What it does. Is it amends The Constitution Pat this one immensely Constitution to enable 17 year olds. You are going to be able to who we're going to be at least 18 by the next general election. The vote in the preceding primary as a 17 year old. Okay, so real simply if a kid was going to be able to vote You're going to be able to vote in this election tomorrow. They will have turned 18. By then. This would enable them to go ahead and vote in our primary as well. Even though there are only 17 thinking. Been thinking mean they're going to get to vote for the candidates eventually, anyway in the general Let's give them a voice in the primary. It's really there. Very good. Wow. Moving on. We are now at proposition 19. This regard this is in regards attacks is Gary changes the tax assessment transfers and inheritance rules. Well, this is really important for a lot of people in California right now, Pat and people who have older parents, whatever. Who thought about selling a home, you know, and anything well, but you could buy another home. Right. My property catches may go way up the current rules state that if you are 55 or over, you are severely disabled or your homes were destroyed by some kind of a disaster. You can transfer your current property tax rate. But on Lee with In the same county and to a property that has a lower value than the one you're selling. This would expand that considerably so you could move anywhere within the state and take that rate with you and also at any value of the home. So let's say your kids are in San Diego or whatever, whatever, and you're now going to move into a condo down there, but you're moving from some other rural place in the state. You can take your property tax rate with you. There's other nuance. There's other nuances to it. But it becomes particularly important as our state grows older. Of course, Grayer's they say. And it applies also to those whose properties may have been damaged by fire, and we know how many tens of thousands sure or any of the tens of thousands that has happened to Enrique Year that's a big deal. This is why it's so important to learn about this and get to the bottom line of these, Gary very, very important. Prop 20 is in regards to law enforcement. Now this makes change his policies related to criminal sentencing charges. Prison released DNA collection Tell us more Well, What does does is it increases penalties for certain kinds of crimes in this? It's really too detailed to go in here tonight. Specifics about this, but it's It's a sentencing reform measures what it is, and I would strongly encourage people because again we just don't have time to go to the details of what kind of crimes changes and so what it does. Is it Changes State law to increase criminal penalties for some related client. That's sort of a really simple overview of it, and I would encourage people if they want more details to check out those two websites. I meant you cow matters and see a choice. Yes, Some of these have a lot of detail and More than we can really get into expand on here in the this show, So that's a great idea. Prop 21 again. You're gonna stick around for a few more minutes after the top of the hour. We still have a few things to go to to go over. But it prop 21 regarding regards housing and this expands local governments power too. Use rent control. Yeah, we'll rent control has been a hugely controversial issue some of the institute at local levels at the actual city level, you know, and then some of it at the state level now what this does is, it gives local governments the power. To enact rent control measures on their own that are stricter than the current statewide standards. You know, Governor Newsome is opposes. You said. We need a statewide standard. The concern has been packed a patchwork you know, a quilt. Of different rent control measures around the state that some people say make it really unfair and difficult for renters and difficult for landlords. Other people they know we ought to be able to tailor it. Two different parts of the state. And, you know, maybe this is more needed, for example, on a campus disco that might be in a room. That's what this does is enable local jurisdiction. To make greater changes and rent control than they currently are allowed to do. Gary Dietrich joining us, Gary, We have four more to go hang in there, Everyone.

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"gary dietrich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"gary dietrich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Or category could therefore be used in those decision making processes. And you know that kid again include everything from college admissions to other governmentally administered programs. That could utilize those categories. And you know this. This is a This is a no. How do I finish you? And they're very hot button issue And it's one that you know has been even one of the educational institutions. I want to. You know, Harvard They got sued over this right whether they were actually using race for admissions or not. This has been a really, really big issue, especially at the UC system. And so people have very strong opinions about this four against, But I think, if you know Whether this passes or not, whether it does or not, I think either way is gonna send. I think I think big shock waves across the US and this issue prop 17 Gary. Now this one's a supper, is it you issue restores the right to vote. To people convicted of felonies who are on parole. That's exactly right. And you know, right now, if you are, if you're convicted felon, you cannot vote this. If you're on parole, you could register to vote and then allow them to vote. So, uh, this two people have strong feelings about you know, so You know somebody who has been in prison, convicted felon be allowed to vote or not. And so this I think it's pretty straightforward. I don't know what we need to go into any more detail than that. So in other words, Gary if if you if you've been to prison, you've done your time. You've you've Done everything that's been asked of you now. This will allow you to then vote again. If you're on a roll, you're on 1000 of those folks. It is about 50,000 spoke in state of California. Okay, Very good Taking notes as we're talking here we are joined by KPK political analyst Gary Dietrich is doing us a favor. I think it break it down the all the ballot proposition, so it's clear to us bottom lining and force will continue straight ahead with Gary..

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"gary dietrich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"gary dietrich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The debrief. Now, these are the highlights from this morning's program 605 we had Ken Langone on. He is the co founder of Home Depot. And he said, Essentially Joe Biden's plan to tax the rich and super rich will not work. He also said that if we have a tax on the middle class, it could be devastating for the economy. But he gave us his outlook on the economy. KP CASE Aubrey Aquino covered you, the sports and the fact that many California families who have been sidelined for youth sports because of covert 19 guidelines here in California are taken there kids on the road and they're playing in other states and and driving and flying and trying to get some competition in somewhere else. Today. You didn't Sting segment on how we can better focus in our lives. Yes, that was great. Thank you very much about Dyle is the guy runs down to its the mindset, Mentor podcast, and he talks a lot about that. That's great. Gary Dietrich joined us, our political analyst. We talked about a lot of things. Obviously, we talked about the debate coming up tonight. He's going to be back on tomorrow. Live to give us a recap for the debate so you can look forward to that tomorrow morning at 7. 15 will have a lot to talk about, No doubt, but we covered a number of issues, including the fact that you have Disneyland. And some of the major big theme parks in California. They may be ready to sue Governor Newsome over the closure of those points very interested in discussion with our our analyst Gary Dietrich on that he's been following this for quite a while and has been trying to understand the reasons for some of these guidelines, especially when these theme parks or like outside, and we already have Disneyworld and other big theme parks around the world that have gotten going again without any harsh facts. Okay, Well, tonight's Tonight. Here we go. We're already right. Haven't we got a lot to cover tomorrow morning and we get it fired up here at 5 A.m.. So we would love to have you swing by and join us? Yes, we would. I'm Cristina Ven Johnson. I'm Sam Shane Rush Limbaugh straight ahead. Next update.

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"gary dietrich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"gary dietrich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"KFBK now trending Japan reportedly plans to dump contaminated water from a nuclear disaster into the sea. Nearly a decade after a huge earthquake caused a meltdown at the Fukushima power plant. Authorities there want to dispose of a million tons of irradiated water into the ocean. We need to make a decision quickly. Japan's Industry minister, Hiroshi Kajiyama, okay, two different town halls to very different atmospheres, Joe Biden and Donald Trump on two different networks, ABC and NBC. We're going to talk to Gary Dietrich, our political analyst about that. Gary. Good morning. I want to read to you. First of all, this is ah tweet that was sent out by Ben Smith, who is the New York Times Media consultant yesterday morning. Okay, This is yesterday morning, quote. Enormous pressure on NBC Now to make this thing a nightmare for Trump. That was yesterday morning. That was the buzz that NBC was going to go after. Trump. What's your read on what took place? Well, I read the same stuff, Sam, and that was deeply concerning to me. In fact, if you didn't get the full backstory on that you had a lot of people outside of the NBC News Division III. Entertainment folks, people that air they're celebrities quote unquote on various shows. Conan O'Brien weighed in on it. They said that was over 100 people. Absolutely hammering their own network about this. That was really concerning. And then. Secondly, if you actually watched the town hall and watch I didn't think we were doing a down home. What do I mean? The 1st 3rd of it 20 minutes. We just Savannah Guthrie savaging the president. I mean, interrupting constantly, You know, very aggressive questioning and what was interesting to me that the TV feed him. There's one of the Count hall participants waiting there patiently to ask a question. She stood there for public 15 minutes and I didn't get it apart. Apart from what your talking about, it made no sense. But I was watching them side by side in Gary and struck by that as well. I mean, the first the first thing that Guthrie hit the president without the gate was the white supremacist comment. Then she held him with Q and on. And then peaceful transfer of power. Meanwhile, I'm watching Joe Biden like talked to an actual voter about, you know, complex tax policy and what he plans to do with tax policy. It just was very two very different programs. Not only that, Christina, but you're deactivated. But George Stephanopoulos was notably it's George Julius. He was moderated when he asked him tough questions. He pinned Biden down on the court packing later on. And and really made him window a little bit. It actually got him to for the first time, say, I will say how I'm going to vote on their work or push that before Election Day, which he'd never said before he moved that ball fort, but his tone has approached everything with completely different. It was different, and you're right. I mean, I think there were a couple of issues Gary, where Stephanopoulos did ask some tough questions, but I have to say What was noticeably missing from that interview from that town hall. There wasn't a single question on the New York Post revelations with Hunter Biden's business dealings with foreign countries. Well, I know there's a lot of other things, too. I mean, one of the other folks in the audience at the town hall. Asked about the crime bill, which then Biden gave any answer to remember. That's the one that many folks in the minority communities really hold against the vice president. And the thing about it is is the answer. Didn't apparently satisfy staff is immediately afterward They began tweeting corrections to it, so I think that it was a clear disparity. In the tone and tenor and approach of these two town halls last night, and I was really disappointed. Frankly, in the NBC count all I really felt like they needed to make it to town Hall. Let the folks at their own questions and that just sadly, even after people who ask questions that Savannah would get in jump in with you if we follow up before she let the next person and Yeah. I thought I thought it was poorly done. Frankly, I felt like I was telling Sam this morning throughout the morning as one point I thought they were going to throw something in each other. So contentious. Gary, hang on for us. I want to talk to you about Steve Scully. This is quite a revelation from yesterday. And And if you don't know who he is, folks hang in there with us. This is really a pretty remarkable development. So we have to do a bit of traffic.

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2020 Vice Presidential Debate: Post Debate Analysis

Pat Walsh

09:04 min | 1 year ago

2020 Vice Presidential Debate: Post Debate Analysis

"First, as always, when we have a debate, presidential, vice presidential or otherwise we bring in my friend Kpk political analyst Gary Dietrich, who joins us right now, Gary, Welcome to the show. They had good to be with you. And I look forward to a sharing with our callers. And perhaps even hear from them stopped on this. No doubt an important night, my friend. I think it probably is going to go down as one of the most. Important and watch Vice presidential debates. As you know, pad most people steer clear and find out which Channel V p debate it now. Not for me, not tonight. Well, you know for me, Gerry. Because we all know what happened in the presidential debate. Okay? But in the vice presidential debate, couple of things first thing I want to say is, I think we, um maybe learned a little bit more about about The candidates, and certainly one of the things I learned is it was a little different in the first one. It wasn't so testy, and that's college other names to do that, But But when, course, the moderator time, Susan Page us said to the University of Utah, where they held it, But she would say Thank you. Thank you. Thank you, And they would just keep talking as if she was not even ending it in. Both of them were guilty of that tonight. They just don't seem to follow the protocol. Anyone? Yeah, They certainly do a lot better tonight than last week. I mean, but that debt debt to me got annoying as well. But at least and then cure Point Palace is very well taken. It was a far far more substantive debate. Because again last Tuesday, a good third of it. You couldn't even make out what people were saying, because they were talking over each other so much. And then when that wasn't happening. I know the third of it was nothing more than name calling and accusing each other of stuff, right, right. I thought substance substantively. Far better. I know we want to dive into that. But I just think you know a farm or just say, I think helpfully conducted debate that we saw last week. Why a very extensive notes that I took care of it. Let's go to your notebook first. Gerry, what did you take away from this other than the things you've mentioned? Where there's wasn't much name calling, and it was a bit more substantive and it was in certain areas. But I tell you one observation I haven't we continue to have When it comes to politicians. They have an absolute art of avoiding questions, Gerry. It's amazing. It is an amazing talent. You know, sometimes it's so funny because it gets so extreme that they literally launch up on something completely unrelated. To what the question everyone's right. Never even come back, even attempt to do it right. You know, there's the art of bridging, which is you start with an answer that's related question, and you'll really get it. Bridge to something that you'd rather talk about. But somebody has just said I was just like, okay. Thanks for Thanks for speaking. I'd like to say this. All right, let me let me tell you one impression, and I came away from more generally. That and part of this is the nature of being an incumbent III, The vice president, who is currently in office, and part of it is and I have to say this, I felt like in this moderators case. Not a fair and thorough job of taking to cast. Some of Harris is history in elected office, which is extensive and buy even more, so I felt like the vice president Was on the defensive for most of the debate, particularly early on And and I felt like there could have been far more balance in saying, Hey, Well, you know the questions that's been raised about, you Know, X Y Z. When Joe Biden was in the Senate, we didn't hear anything about his voting. Many, many years of voting record Senate nor, frankly, honestly, really any kind of a hardball question about the years service vice president nor really questions that even within our own party have been raised about Senator Harris to me. I had a sense in which the questions themselves. What? Adequately reflective off some of the challenges that have been raised about those who currently or seeking the office. Not holding. I'm glad to hear you say that, Gary because I'm sitting there and I'm listening, and I'm listening very carefully in the moderator moderator plays a big part in this and you're absolutely right. From my perspective. I felt the same thing. I thought the questions were slanted. Um, the through the entire time all the way up until the end when we and I remember the presidential debate, Gary, I remember how the ending they manufacture this question about if you were to lose the election, Mr President, and would there be there smooth transition of power, and then we hear this. We hear this Susan page tonight at the end, and she asked both of them, and it's a slight on the president. He never said he was not going to leave the office piece. We never said anything like that. And there she is pressing this. What I consider to be a manufactured question about what's gonna happen. How would you handle that? Mike Panzer. How would you take? What would your response be? Comma Harris, you and Joe Biden. I am in total agreement. I thought that the questions were slanted, Gary. Well, and you know me, Pat and our listeners have known me for 20. Plus years on the station. You know, I I call them like I see him. I don't care what it was all going on, or Jerry about who was it doesn't matter in the national level, the exact game way, But I really came away feeling that And then there was and I do agree with you about that last question. Frankly, it's the only one she was able to oppose the moderate, she said. She had time for related to election integrity, and I really expected her to go to the integrity of the mail in ballots and these other questions. You know, our How long is the process could be could be drawn out. Could there be expensive court challenges. So take the time to go about whether the president's going to leave or not just seemed odd to me, particularly when everybody from Mitch McConnell on down it made utterly clear. That the president will be leaving if he gets voted out. Anyone if he isn't saying another thing about a question that I really found and I don't know how to use a word except disingenuous. It was the question about When Amy Cola coming back, so just highlighted? Yes, taking up picking up next week and it was about it was about what would you do? And it was a long and convoluted way to get to the Abortion question. What would you do that Mr Vice President in your home state of Indiana, if you'd get if you get approved, and if they throw out will be weighed. And if it goes back to the states, then what would you say Indiana should do what I said. He's not the governor of Indiana anymore. He's going to have absolutely no say in that policy making decision. It was so convoluted odd to me. I felt why don't you just ask you a few pro life or pro choice? Because that's really what the heart of your question is? Absolutely it is. And I believe the American people can see through that, Gary. I really do. Even if your vote he made up your mind. I mean, it's pretty obvious that you can see what's happening, and there was another point there. Where they were talking about late term abortions up until the last day and and pants and asked, you know about that. And there was no answer from Kamala Harris. There was no it was a redirection. It was abridging as you say, Hey, also asked if Judge Amy Kona bear it was going to be appointed. Would you be filling the Supreme Court room? She never answered it. He says to her. I want to make it very clear to the American people. I want them to note that she never answered the question that she says. Well, I'm gonna answer the question right now. Now I'm going to answer. The question can never answer the question. Never, and I listened. I was waiting for that. You know, I was waiting for the answer. It never happened. Yeah, that that and that is a very important issue. I mean, if there's three issues that people are very concerned about it last night, I happened to moderate a debate on I was in debate was a candidate forum of a number of different off was honored of moderate and you know, Congressman Tom McClintock. Well, Yeah, he he was headlining that candidate for him and added, he laid out very eloquently is senator as Congress. McClintock often does what he perceived to be the three major issues going report and it wasn't anything about specific foreign policy or even economic policy was packing the Supreme Court. It was about whether the filibuster is going to be thrown out in the Senate so that whoever has the majority will have complete and utter control. And and thirdly, whether state who is going to be granted to particular selected entities like Puerto Rico like Washington, D. C. That would then begin to quote unquote packed the Congress. And these are very, very significant issues for the future of the United States and our governmental process. None of that was raised tonight and to your point pat, which I think is well taken. Senator Harris refused, and there's no way to get around that refused to answer that question. And I thought that was very telling that you know that issue, which is a very central one right now and could have ramifications for many, many decades become was not answered.

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"gary dietrich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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01:39 min | 1 year ago

"gary dietrich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"No contact delivery or no contact at the door pickup. Jersey, Mike's via some above from California's capital city. This is Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Good morning to you, it is 7 30 on this Wednesday, September 30th time. Christina and I'm Sam Shane. Let's get you caught up on what's trending in this are we just got done talking with Gary Dietrich, and we're getting more reaction all morning long. I know what happened last night with the presidential debates. There is progress on one fire in Northern California to report this morning. In the news this morning. The way that we all access your 70 National Park is about to change once again, so we'll have more on that. Straight ahead. Let's get a check on the traffic right now. Brian Nobles. Good morning. Good morning. This reporter's by T Mobile for business. Got it. One Surface Street Concern. Manzanita Avenue and Muldrow Road. This is on Manzanita. Little bit south of management. Looks like couple of vehicles involved. No one is injured. He experience on the way doesn't immunity causing any delays? No delays on the freeways around Sacramento right now. Those were into neutrinos, the limit all the way around the mobile. Business advantage. Get up to 90 days of unlimited free on business plans. Be a bill credits when you switch plus taxes and fees by for details over 50 gigabytes per month, have lower speeds during congestion video already. PC t mobile dot com Traffic on the tans, Every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk. With smoke in the air air quality for for many folks right through Friday sunshine and easy today with areas of smoke and a high of 99 to 1 of three. The record is one of two from 1991 Clear, hazy tonight.

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"gary dietrich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"gary dietrich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"We have kfbk political analyst Gary Dietrich joining us now, Gary, you know, obviously or her passing has a lot of implications. She was a current justice and now that seat's open, and some people are already speculating what's going to happen? Yeah. I mean, first of all, let's just say let's give respect where respect is due in terms of my discussions about the Supreme Court and Ruth Ginsburg. She was tiny. She wasn't attacked her. She was a giant on the current court. And importantly, she will be remembered for her work, particularly on women's issues, and he was no wallflower. So she's going to clearly be messed, flighty but particularly by those on the court, who, like her, had a more liberal leaning quickly in terms of Ah, President Trump. We know he's already had a list. He updated it just last week. Those on the Supreme Court, and this is going to be in one word. Huge. And again we We've also heard that she dictated her final wishes to her granddaughter saying that you know she her hope is that her spot is not replaced until a new president is installed. You think that will happen? Her final wishes? Yeah, well, certainly he would have wanted that That's absolutely not going to happen has already been discussions in the White House. They're going to be releasing a name and several days reportedly Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. You already spoke with Republican caucus members. There will be a name put forward It will come before the Senate. Make no mistake about that. There'll be two months, of course, almost between now and the election. And, you know, I remember this conversation happened during the last opening should wait till after the election That didn't happen. It won't happen again. And the reason is simple. The stakes are simply too high. I mean, when the president opportunity and nominate a Supreme Court justice Nobody turned that down. Indeed, the stakes are very high with the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. We want to thank you for timing it on that. Gary Dietrich Becase political analyst. And now we are going to take a check on the roadways..

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"gary dietrich" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"gary dietrich" Discussed on KGO 810

"Analyst Gary Dietrich joins me right now we're gonna take a look at the politics of cold at nineteen and the whole pandemic I mean this is the way we normally be starting a conversation in a regular election year is it Gerry not all riding by now we'd be well into it everything from vice presidential selections to what's the debate schedule going to be I heard a word about presidential debates I mean this is like everything else in our world run even a presidential election turned upside down Gary to me there are two issues it would have always been the economy right now I think it's simply the pandemic I mean that's the issue how do you think trump handled it and that's the way people going to vote well there's two issues going to be very closely linked actually as they are right now that is endemic number one but right behind that it closely linked what are the impacts of the pandemic on the economy and how does the economy recover certainly between now and the election November because you know I think now we can all pretty much agreed to Clint people had it right in ninety two yes you Connie stupid now right now certainly the pandemic on everybody's mind but jobs businesses the stock market all those things are going to quickly become very critical issues to people when I find interesting is that the president met with a bunch of bankers and in the process they were coming out and saying you know you're going too fast we are to go slower which is surprising to hear this from me here from Wall Street yeah you heard from other business exact cities talk with book the big thing I think they're worried about is two things everybody always says businesses and Wall Street love stability they do not want to get out there again get the car in front of the horse and have another resurgence in this pandemic good thing is legal liability and nobody talks about this but it's a very real thing you put your employees say get fifty thousand points you put about ten ten thousand of them somehow developed some sympathies are suing their family does now what do you do they're gonna steal my employer at when you come back to work if you can give me adequate protections that wasn't tested so there's a lot of things around this and I think business leaders want in place before they're ready to go whole hog again now as long as we got in trouble it shifted over and talk about Joe Biden what kind of impact do you think that covered nineteen actually had a vice president Biden's efforts to get the message across in this election year because I don't know what is messages right now yeah it's been very challenging and this is a very delicate kind of a situation for a challenger in any kind of national emergency national crisis the last thing you want to be saying is trying to exploit it politically on the other hand Biden says he's had some legitimate criticisms and it's starting to voice some of those as are others certainly in the democratic ranks and is you know Barack Obama just endorsed by next week did sell themselves so there's going to be an increasing drumbeat I think of evaluation of president but it has to be done very carefully in the biggest challenge for Joe Biden right now has been hunkering down himself in his basement trying to conduct a campaign over the internet and that is the very tough to do he mentioned the former president Obama why did you take so long to actually turn around indoors well that's a great question I think you do estimate self answered some of those questions I think he did not want to be seen at all as quote unquote meddling in the primary process so if you come up thirty minutes after you know Sanders who got out of the way she said it was a scene we tell you you know Barack was set this thing up from the beginning so we waited a little bit I think the important thing to me was not even so much the endorsement of biting but importantly how activist it looks like the former president that is Brock a bomb is going to be in this race I mean he made no bones about the fact he's going after trump must unify Democrats he said that's been his purpose from the beginning this election cycle and I expect to see him out on the stump a lot when there's virtually R. person between now and election day excellent chat with our key geopolitical analyst Gary Dietrich Gary it's great to have you get to be with.

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Election 2020 highlights: Democrats jockey for support ahead of S.C. primary

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03:32 min | 2 years ago

Election 2020 highlights: Democrats jockey for support ahead of S.C. primary

"Much all right we're gonna bring in our political analyst Mr Gerry Dietrich joining us on a Wednesday morning well Sir here we go I mean Vegas was fun and then South Carolina was just as fun what's your headline from last night well I'm certainly one of the headline has to be that Bloomberg look likely to actually engage in the debate thank you course last week with disastrous for him unless it was like a clear themselves fine he took a lot of flak again yesterday but that was probably the biggest most dramatic change down from last week to this week so Gary I promised our listeners before we went to the commercial break that the one question I would ask you is this Joe Biden promised last night that he would win South Carolina you think you can keep that promise what is the polls definitely show him continuing to be in the lead stand however that leaders shrunk considerably certainly the standard momentum is gonna have something to do with that I don't think there's any guaranteed fighting Biden knows very well himself if he doesn't win South Carolina it makes things very difficult for him going into super Tuesday Gail had absolutely no mom that you're having not won a single contract yet so the conventional thinking this morning is Elizabeth Warren did pretty well once again another debate but you know she has one of those campaigns here that's running on fumes financially Amy Klobuchar's sort of in the same situation do we see it do any of these people drop out after so after Saturday yeah I don't think they drop out after Saturday next Tuesday yeah I'm super Tuesday of course were the biggest prize in that here in California that really is going to be the waters for stocks now in many states that are honest people get fifteen percent of the vote delegates now goes to one of the others so that's really going to be the big cast here super Tuesday where a third of the democratic guy delegates he's domination are going to be doled out all right let's look forward to Tuesday because it affects so many of us in California what what are you hearing here in California who's doing well is are there any odds on favorites from the from your sources what you have to say that Sanders is in a strong position this race continues to be here hello but here's a guy a course you ran in the state and ran strongly for years ago against Hillary Clinton and it's pretty tremendous amount of resources on the ground the most interesting to watch next including here in California is going to be of course mayor Bloomberg because him he hasn't been on a single ballot yet you know little to debate and nobody can look for that changes on Tuesday and that's really going to be I think what everybody's gonna be scrutinizing is did these hundreds of millions of dollars by the delegates at Bloomberg helps a well one last quick question how did Tom Steiner duty in your estimation last night he did fine and you know what he's currently in third position South Carolina that's very strong but a lot of it of resources in that state and so you know he's a god causes on money to stay in the U. britaniji and well beyond okay good thanks a lot appreciate the time on a Wednesday morning it's our political analyst Gary Dietrich weighing in on what happened and South Carolina pretty consistent with what we're reading this morning was what he's saying the report card seems to be a pretty universal overall it was Sanders ahead sliders that was the right man of the hour right into the evening it was his game to lose and even lose it it's gonna be interesting to see what happens super

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"gary dietrich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"gary dietrich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I heard a radio station news ninety three point one KFBK. good morning time is seven thirty straight up I'm Sam Shane and I my leans of war in for Christina men don say it's Friday September the thirteenth here the stories trending now in news ninety three point one KFBK out in force why there will be more police officers next week at a local dam a serial rapist is getting out of prison early where when and why fireworks and feisty miss Democrats come alive and go on the attack at last night's debate in Houston cave became a cave because Gary Dietrich joins us live for a break down of the winners and losers in this half hour get a check of the roadways now traffic and weather together every ten minutes here Brian noble rot you this time around by mercury insurance eighty from Roseville nine minutes the cap cities but still got some heavy traffic on the cap city freeway twenty eight minutes the down count due to an earlier accident if he's three that was walking off of the left lane the activities gone the lanes are re open front into the back of his breaking up right now things are improving on that court or rather rapidly if you make the trip in from elk Grove on I five it's eighteen minutes in however your back to the live and want to get past foreign road twenty two minutes on highway ninety nine on the southbound side of ninety nine eight Caroline got an accident the left lane is blocked traffic backed up to mac road also south of the north bound ninety nine if you're coming in from golf got an accident a Twin Cities road that's walking the left lane traffic backed up to simmer Warren wrote still no delays on highway fifty until you get down to about Brad Shaw of the got some slowing from right talk to about how fall some to downtown is twenty one minutes if you coming in from woodland on I five twenty eight minutes give him for slow down after the del Paso no slowing coming in from David sixteen minutes to downtown listen up California drivers here's a great way to save a few hundred Bucks on your auto insurance switch to mercury insurance get started today at mercury insurance dot com that's mercury insurance dot com traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Ryan nobles news ninety three point one K. F. B. K.. really nice out there now a nice comfortable morning but it's going to heat up and this afternoon we're gonna see.

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"gary dietrich" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"gary dietrich" Discussed on KGO 810

"Little troll doll things with crazy hair and glowing eyes and number two Mister potato head yes we've had one of the one of the greatest vegetable related toys ever created well actually a look at route if you will. one of the best route related twice over as far as enthralled more far is the vegetables Mister potato head goes right up to the thought he might madam rutabaga line before we. surprise me was charming but number one on the list and this is not my loved and my kids love and that their kids will love playing Plato so fun I can look like a a red is Republic my my wife makes homemade Plato what for some reason. make a giant amount of it for not very much money yes actually feels better really still do flight food dines that the different colors you can if you want interesting actually can do you well sometimes we do sometimes in a if you don't it's kind of an off putting me it's turned bad gray voice is not as much fun for the kids all or boy. this is hamburger that sat in the fridge for two law. the play known in its natural setting that's absolutely lovely remind you once again you and I know you're not going to watch the entire three hour debate men taken some of the coverage afterwards I probably actually animal Sean's going to yes Joe swears he's not but I cannot I I actually can't I have an obligation for a while and I feel terrible about I don't I feel my old ma'am all right with. we will have a we got a number of great analysts on tomorrow all writing here here's the truth I got a study for my GED. Lana he can Gary Dietrich because over the years com. a variety of analyst stuff like that so it's good we got you covered. don't feel like you got to watch the whole thing yeah if I don't feel like you've got a whole it's also you have something important to do tonight or or a fairly important or not important clipping your time. do that instead in join us tomorrow won't you. so we didn't get to this and I said I was going to do it the impending closure of two large bomb encampments in Oakland and Berkeley California both of which are left of Leningrad. but they're going to close them down sparked a debate over how the cities and other government agencies decide when to clear almost settlements and and when to let them be well it's a hell of a good question yeah we ought to figure that out but Oakland's going to tear down more than twenty homes built of wooden pallets. it's it's a fire hazard there rats running everywhere disease arrested in Berkeley Scott and camping of somewhere around fifty people in under pass the city is not involved it's K. its the department of highways essentially Caltrans in California but soon it cities not problem there's no plan for resettling anybody they just got to get the hell out. said the guy now now it's kind of a long and boring but essentially the Caltrans resource and they can't be here which is fine that's the way societies work. well you can't do that unless there's a guaranteed home for them what now wrong. earlier today what do you calling Jerrold Nadler now Gerald Widlar. who is Ramadi shaming I'm not proud running the we want to impeach trump committee they passed something in their committee that is their own doing in hand as they of authorized an inquiry into articles of impeachment soul argues the kids say is not a thing they just kind of made it up yeah. a clever actually not sure it's good for America but it's pretty clever politics it looks like they're they're under a fair amount of pressure they now have more than half of their house members who are for impeachment they got a they got to give that constituency something in this makes the construction at constituency feel like they're doing something Nancy Pelosi has come out in the last hour and said impeachment is a very divisive measure so she's trying to hold down the.

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"gary dietrich" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

11:16 min | 3 years ago

"gary dietrich" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Different things. California, one of the laboratories of democracy. The biggest laboratory of democracy in the country is going to try something that I think sounds crazy to most of the country and too many Californians, that's giving free healthcare legals. What now? What must have misheard? You thought plane went by something it sounded like you said, free health care paid for by US citizen taxpayers to anybody who snuck into the country. Gary Dietrich is longtime political analyst in front of the Armstrong and Getty show is a non-partisan guy is involved in, I three inspire inform involve in joins us now. Hello, gary. How are you? Hey, good morning, gentlemen. Yeah. This is sending the proverbial shock waves. Once again, like California has so many times over the years for the first time ever, in US history adults, who have come into the country undocumented are going to receive fully-funded state healthcare at the expense of California taxpayers. Many of whom are struggling to get by. It's a standing. Fine point. But whether you're struggling, or not does it mean I need to give you that money. It's got nothing to do with me, whether I got a yacht run poor. Why do you get my money you snuck into this country and you're sick? How's this poll, Gary, if you seen anything recently? The hasn't been any pooling on this guy. Interestingly, you know, tobacco people understand how this happened it, California state legislature has to produce a budget by June fifteen this is part of that budget. And so, you know, importantly as people understand EDNA home budgets, when you create a budget whatever you put on the plate. That means something else, monetarily can't be paid for can't be put you know, in that budget as well. So I think that's the rub is gonna be the numbers are the first fiscal year did take effect January one halfway through this fiscal year, and it decimated that need Cisco your cost a hundred million dollars. So the first year there has to be this is gonna cost two hundred million dollars. And of course, in the minds of many Californians, you know, whether they're opposed to it or not. That's gonna be two hundred million dollars. Wouldn't be spent elsewhere. I got a bunch of questions about that. But so have you seen any polling on this do most people in California, white V, I DEA of free health care for a legals? I have not seen any polling on this Joe. I just hard to believe that even in California, a majority of people support that. Well, in general, you know, as you know, California has been hot bed of debate over what's going to happen to those who come in illegally and what kind of benefits they're going to receive. So this specific item is going to be very interesting because this'll be something that, you know, this is a one time deal, by the way, this would be granted folks from age eighteen crew of twenty six benefits throughout that entire period of time. So this expenditure is likely to grow significantly over time, of course. I was going down the ages the two hundred billion dollars or two hundred million dollar price tag, or whatever is ridiculously low, especially given the fact in Gary. There's absolutely no. There's no arguing this that if you want more of something subsidized that if you want some less of something tax it, and I would say, not only would illegal undocumented, whatever term, you wanna use illegal immigrants in other states befalls, if they don't flock to California. But if you're in some third world country, and you don't come to California. I think you're a fool. This is an enormous incentive to lure people to best thing you can do for your family. Yeah. Well, there's undoubtedly going to be pressured other states. You know, this goes California tends to be detailed, it often wags the political dog is getting pressure. I think two fold one in other states, especially blue states to follow suit. And then I'm really interested to see what happens in the next week or two most notably when those twenty candidates hit the debate stage for the. Democrats in a couple of weeks. Does this then become another rallying cry of what must happen nationally, one of the pieces? Budgets is very interesting is, of course, the ObamaCare individual mandate was tossed out in twenty seventeen but Republicans in congress, this would reinstitute that mandate in California alone. So you would be finding California if you do not have medical insurance, and this is part of the part of the funds, by the way, where these Woody subsidies are gonna come from that are newly initiated again, documented, folks, Gary Dietrich is nonpartisan political analyst going. So is the governor of California Gavin Newsom such a unicorn writing believer in utopias that he thinks this is a good idea just in his bones. He believes, or is this, a crass political calculation that, look, the future of a melody American politics is which party gets to own? The Hispano is expanding group, if it votes is a block the way the way black people have done for decades. And I'm going to be the leader of making sure Democrats have Hispanic the Hispanic vote for decades to come. Is that? Does he actually believe you can craft a world where everybody gets everything and the tax payers will just stick around and put up with it? Well, I have not asked him that specific question. Jack I'll have to put that on the agenda for the future. But I think I think. Question is liar or more on? That's the question that's the way. I don't think I'm gonna ask him quite that way fashion. I think they'll maybe tone it down a bit. But here's what we know, for sure. Already in the first six months of the Gavin Newsom gubernatorial administration in California net. Is that whatever happened in Washington almost reflexively is going to be opposed and done the opposite in California? And so, you know, eliminate the individual mandate put it on in California. I mean, there's no question that Gavin Newsom has set himself up as probably the anti Trump in chief nationally. Now, some would say, boy, that's really set himself up too early run, maybe next year, but certainly in four years, he all in on the presidential known the way to winning national issue. If it is, I honestly have to move to different country. No, no, no. What countries are left, which don't believe in socialism. But there's no if the nation thinks health care for legals is a good idea. We are truly truly done. Holy make it. Let's make a distinction Jack as you. Well know there's two parts to any. Residential ways. One is winning your own party's nomination. The second is winning over the nation's vote. And so, you know what we're seeing for example, here in twenty nineteen eighty to twenty twenty I mean, people are just climbing all over each other's, you know, in the democratic primary process to out progressive, many of their compadres even saw big movers. You know, Joe Biden them in the last in the last week on that in the Hyde amendment. So is it past political calculations to win his own party's nomination down the road who knows Gary, I'm gonna call on you to do Jack using a lot of strong terms here? A lot of insulting terms. There's no need for. Let's keep this high minded. So it was I believe it was in the nineties, that Kelly unicorn Lia past was at prop one eighty seven which was the one that said, no taxpayer funded social services for people who sneak in to the country was that. Yeah, that was that was that, that one is, you know, that was under way back when governor Wilson. And now. That was what the nineties. Yes. And that was when that would win this whole debate really surface, very intensely and telephone and the debate was political, not just policy because the question was is, are Republicans cutting off their noses despite their faces because they're taking six a strong stance and the first real big public statewide, one on he'll legal immigration well, so have agreed with it. They vote the vote to know we're not gonna give services to legal to the courts overturned it, but that's where we were politically at that, right? And here is my actual question. So how does the most populous state in the union go from that? In a couple of short decades to there is not a single Republican holding a statewide office. They haven't come within a sniff except for the insurance Commissioner, whatever that is. And something as unsinkable not long ago as free government funded healthcare for legal's passes or gets institute. How did that happen? Well, you know, I guess I suppose in the macro scale Joe, you could say, you know, our entire nation has drifted one way or the other has it not. I mean, this whole concept of red and blue states didn't exist, thirty years ago, all of a sudden now that's just take all. Yeah. Well, of course, we have red and blue states, and they're getting more deep, red and more deep blue. So is it just that one thing, we know for sure demographically that the state of California has become far less had become far more people of color, the Latino vote has grown substantially with population in particular has grown substantially that is undeniably, trout? So whether those particular folks representing interests that day believe a reflective of their own political interests in knows their community, whether that's it or whether it's just part of the giant, national political schism, you know, is for political scientists, even waste smarter than than those at the graduate school that I will not name. Right. Gary Dietrich went to the Kennedy School government at Harvard or so. He claims I haven't seen the paper. So I wanna see the long form diploma Gary, it's, it's always great to talk to the, you know, we'll stay in touch, I if, if no opposition to this arises, and it does so far, there's not, then I would say, not just in this is may not you talking Harry, but I would say not only conservatism but adulthood, practicality and realism are dead in cal-, unicorn Lia, and it's just a big state in the country, which often leads the politics is just gone completely insane. Thanks, gary. Good to talk to you. I guess you all right? This, this one is so astounding, like I said, you, just you have to give up or, or start a new country somewhere that doesn't believe in socialism. It's being on socialism, though. And how can you it's global socialism. So anybody who sneaks in gets taxpayer funded health healthcare, and I don't understand that. I guess if you don't have another political party, nobody challenges on you this you on this. But in California nearly one out of three homeless people for the entire United States are in California. Right. Those are good reasons. A lot of those US citizens there late. Learn laying on the street at night, not getting anything or whatever. And, you know, maybe agree with that maybe a don't but then money's going to be spent on illegals for their healthcare. Right. Thousands of homeless vets for instance, in California. Right. And listen, you don't have money for homeless people, and you do have money for legal for healthcare. This is very short. I'm going to read this to you now just so we can move on to something else. Next segment. But this is a nice note from Amman. I can't see how free healthcare for legal aliens could possibly be popular? This must be infuriating all the American citizens in the state were struggling to pay for health care for themselves and their families. Many of these American citizens have to scrape and save to pay for their insurance because they're not rich by any stretch. It make too much money to qualify for assistance..

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"gary dietrich" Discussed on KGO 810

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09:48 min | 3 years ago

"gary dietrich" Discussed on KGO 810

"Area day. Keijo? A tenants are big listener event. Mark Thompson here with Brett. We're going to go up, and and I've already stopped by the lounge because arms jarring anywhere in there. So I had a chance to sort of see the layout and say hi to some people. It was fun. Yeah. It's kinda strange doing your job in front of people. Yeah. Well, you you actually did the news from up there. It was like do it. You know, it's like a human zoo. Like, you're on the other side of the cage. It was what was great though, was that everyone was sort of enwrapped attention as read did his news. It was just the places silent. Just the opposite of what happens around here when you're down here. Doing the news different though. It's so funny. I got nervous just talking in front of the crowd. But you know in here with you hanging out in the studio. It's it's not I totally got that. I think it is weird when you're in front of a crowd, you become a little more self conscious. And you're all of a sudden aware of, you know, people seem like they're enjoying this or they're paying attention. Or in other words, you're you're distracted a bit by the. But I think in our case in the eleven o'clock hour, which is when we're going to do the wall to wall listener event. It's just going to be great. It's going to be terrific everybody there, and we're going to talk a lot of people. And and as I say, the prizes and all kinds of things, but it should be a great our to listen to. So that's coming up. We also we're going. To get into a little bit of what's happening politically in California. I mean, gas prices is something that we've we've visited and we'll get with with Carla Marinucci from politico. She does the California column for politico. And it's just always great to talk to Carla. She is sort of royalty. When it comes to California politics. Yeah. Especially in San Francisco. Yeah. And speaking of politics political analyst, okay, GO, Gary Dietrich's on the line, and Gary is sort of helping us dissect the Joe Biden announcement part too as we sort of sell it in. We I have to be honest sort of savage them yesterday. I did Brett was more taken in by that crap that he called a. Coming out video. You didn't you didn't disparage ham, you disparage the way he came out. Yeah. I sure did. I think and more to the point I think Democrats need to learn to message the way GOP does if they want a chance at winning any elections. I mean, this kind of soft cell does not work. I thought you'd have second thoughts after settling in for twenty four hours because we'll we didn't hear was the big message. We didn't hear him give his bio we didn't hear him. Give any details about his past or his record as many people were saying yesterday who called in. Well, that's gonna come out over time. But you're right. He should that should have come out in the announcement video. I keep calling it is coming out video and people on Twitter saying coming out video it would be a different kind of thing than the announcement of. But I do think that that announcement should include a lifetime of public service. You could have referenced that. But he didn't need to do that because people know him already, and that's why he's up in the polls. Okay. But I would say that the one thing as I'm and I made the point yet. And so I won't belabor it. Yeah. But you need to go after aggressively your positions in positions. Are you feel the working man is what you want to communicate that you're an advocate of that? They'll tell you one reason he can't do that. Because he's not an advocate for the working, man. That's why got the image. But I don't think he I don't think he pays off. I think he has the across the fence style. But modern nobody has substance video made so many people feel good. Gary Dietrich Keijo political analyst did you feel good after watching the video? Well are good morning to Mark static and breadth nonstop. Yeah. We have that we straightened out this morning. Well, here's the deal guys. It's interesting to listen to lead in on this because I was really surprised by the nature of the video myself. I didn't savage the the former vice president. But here's a couple of quick dots on it that really struck me. One is you know, Brad, I know that there's people already know him. We'll take a step back and remind ourselves. Hey, it was now three years ago that he finished as vice-president. All right. We could not be highest profile role. I really believe there's a lot of people who don't really know a lot about Joe Biden. And especially, of course, younger voters won't know anything about 'em. Really? I mean, you know, thirty years in the Senate to most voters under the age of at least thirty five me nothing really anything about it. So that was the one thing the other thing that really struck me was, you know, typically sort of been biding strong shooting attack job the economy, a blue collar working man, not a single word about the economy about jobs that really surprised me. Because if you guys know, you know, hey famously. The Clinton people put it in the war room. You know, a headlines if the economy stupid nothing about that yesterday. Thank you. That's exactly my point Brett and now it's two against one. Okay. Get along gang up. That's it. He'll do think though that the Gary's hitting on something which is short of what we were talking about yesterday, which is that look people care about jobs, and if you wanna get the working class, you have to communicate a message that they care about and don't get me wrong. Those are important messages in that announcement video, but I don't think that they resonated with the working class. No, I want to ask you about sort of the the way it was played. So yesterday was the day Gary that this Biden announcement video gets played it in full or in part on every cable network. It's effected. And then there is backlash. What gives the litmus test on how that played? How did it turn out the video itself? In other words, what it seems to me that there was backlash. For example. The Anita hill of charges have once again surfaced and the conversation. He had with Anita hill since he presented those hearings that conversation that he had sort of an apology conversation or an explain it conversation. They have the neater hill apparently left her short where she wanted to be. Well, they're making them. Take about it. And this guy go by the number one in the polls since the pulling started like over a year ago chunk it at people that ubt name ID, and yes, you're absolutely right about recognition a lot of mechanic voter, certainly at least he Joe Biden is the guy the oppo research on the former vice president has been going on by everybody in this democratic field from the get-go. They were ready to pounce the moment. He announced which was smart politically why he waited as long as he possibly could to get in because otherwise the tug of would have been on his back immediately. Instead, it's been on comes back and interesting. I thought it was you know, it kinda to sort of guesstimate why they crafted at video the way they yesterday. I think there's a little bit of swine it continuing to try to keep the focus on Trump. I mean, really what I came away in that video was the president's awful. Yeah. That that's sort of the that the tenor and the content. I got out of it. But I think everybody including Nancy Pelosi. You said that's not gonna be enough. To win in twenty twenty. Well, you're right. If you could get through the video, then you got that. I thought the video was positively of it was it was a sleeper. There's nothing that grabbed you about that video. But I think areas, right? It was the short of video that if you pay attention to the text of it. He is critical of the president sort of says that look we we're now a nation without any kind of moral underpinnings as at least reflected by the chief executive. We have a little bit of Joe Biden on the view. Here's a here's Joe Biden because every candidate, you know, Gary has to go on the view here. Here's Joe Biden. I'm not going to judge whether or not it was appropriate machine. Had she thought it was. But I said privately what I've said publicly. I'm sorry. She was treated the way she was treated. I wish we could figured out a better way to get this thing done. I did everything in my power to do what I thought was within the rules to be able to stop things. Do you think that that's going to haunt him? The way he treated Nita hill in those hearings. She talked about some loathesome things that went on with Clarence Thomas. And I don't know that you know, to your point before Gary people either a member or still consider a relevant. What do you think? Oh, I think especially guys in the light of the current environment and hit the vice president is referred to this and alluded to it several times, especially since you notably the hair sniffing incident. You know that that these are different times. And in light of the me too movement. I don't know how Anita hill and that whole situation does not become a major hit on the vice-president. Certainly, you know with the with the kind of composition that we have. Now, the democr-. Field. I think that's definitely going to be out there. And you know, anytime you got a forty year public record. There's just a lot of stuff out there. I mean, it would be on anybody. But you know, notably in it'll be neat. A hill. It will certainly be in the late night talk shows they'll have fun with this the next year. You know, the the long lengthy, you know, history of some people say Joe, Biden gaffe, there will be a lot of things that he will point to you know, as a loyal Lieutenant to a very popular democratic president in his own party. I mean, Obama continues to be in my estimation. The number one rock star in the Democratic Party. The Obamas have replaced the Clintons who held that for a long time. And so there's they're going to point to a lot of positive things. But that would certainly going to be out there. There's no question about it. I think that also you know, when you look at substantive issues that he weighed in on that affect the public. I think front and center, and or certainly up toward the top. I'd put it at the top is how he was essentially a lapdog for the big banks on on credit and bankruptcy. Related to credit. Well, you know, Elizabeth Warren. I mean, these folks are ready. Yesterday, warning Sandra's both went off to on that market. Jackie right..

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"gary dietrich" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:21 min | 3 years ago

"gary dietrich" Discussed on KGO 810

"Semi or tweets at Ethan Bearman. Well, governor Gavin Newsom is about to give his state of the state address and to give give us a preview K geo political analyst Gary Dietrich joins me on the line. Gary great to talk to you today. Yeah. You too. The state capitol is a lot of quick Kate is always huge because it's supposed to lay out the agenda at least for the first German. I think you'd Gavin mind certainly to as allowed by law, and you're going to be interesting to see what he says about his anti trumps cancers. I e withdrawing the California national guard and to see if he says an absolute word about high speed rail, which of course, dominated a lot of the previous state of the state Senator Jerry Brown. Oh, that's an interesting point. Now, I've just to help me lay the groundwork for saying like the US president who gives a state of the union as put forth in the constitution from time to time these give congress and address I'm assuming this is in our state constitution as well. That is why our governor does this. Yeah, it's not a state constitutional mandate. But it has become a ritual in this capital for as long as I can remember the last thirty years and so right around the time, it's typically just before the stadium. But but newly at governor it's pushed back a little bit of typically in January, and it's the same. But the same concept, you know, here's here's what we've been. Here's what we're going. Here's my successors. Here's the things I want you folks in the chamber to Gavin. This is going to be looking out at a super majority in both houses, which very very governors have had you'll have three quarters of the assembly anesthetic over three-quarters democrat. So essentially, essentially, what happened Ethan is it for all purposes, there is not a single legislative. Measure Republicans can block because of course, even on our state Senate. They don't have the the power you do in the US Senate can block things through a filibuster etcetera. This should be interesting. So I thing you brought up his, of course, high speed rail. Gary Dietrich Keijo political analyst is joining me on the line. We're timeout. Governor Newsom state of the state is I one today. He's men mixed on high speed rail. However, he seems very conciliatory to governor Brown in many ways. Do you think he's actually going to go there with this political? What has become a third rail in this case? Yeah, that's it. You know, I my take on this whole deal. You can you know, you rightly point out. I was against high-speed rail. Then he was sport. Then it was mum's the word, you know, he said not a word about it in his inaugural address. He really said almost nothing about it on the campaign trail for the last year, and you get to solid impression because he literally not brought it up since he's been in any public for me. Can you get the sense? This thing is just on hold. What do I mean? I don't think it is a high priority for this governor, I think that his actions make that clear if you wanna go and bang on Trump for high speed rail funds giving Alex when he's trying to keep the president from taking away FEMA funds for wildfire. Yeah. I I just have a feeling that unless governor really saw it gets behind high-speed rail. It made you go from high-speed toy slow crawl already call it low to moderate speed rail anyway, since we've determined it's not going to be a high speed rail system anyhow getting. Exactly, right. I think about Jerry Brown, really, you know, state governorship onto the exact, and of course, the delta water conveyance and still called water fix that to still kind of in limbo. So, you know, he pushed we'll we'll hard on the neither one of those right now have become signature issues for the current governor. Yeah. But housing has and that's one area that I really applaud governor Newsom has taken very vocal stance. Really aggressive moves at least verbally so far to address are critical shorting. How's it? Shorting housing shortage, easy for me to say in this state, including things like the carrot and the stick of you're gonna you're gonna lose transportation funding. If you don't start meeting, your your housing goals and commitments what what do you think of that, Gary? Well, I think you're absolutely right. I mean, he he kicked his hand a little bit yesterday. When he when he made the announcement course publicly was going to be pulling the California national guard commitment, Gary quite okay presence. Trump had requested. And he said specifically to your point. You know, this is nonsense. This is absurd. I need to be focused on things like, and he specifically mentioned housing and homelessness getting her a lot about that today. You know, he did ministration already gone after soak most notably a community on the southern California slapped a lawsuit on because they're not getting enough affordable housing gulp driving to here is going to be a major focus form, especially in his first year. We're going to hear a lot about that today. Yeah. I think that's a winning one for him. I don't know if that if if he is the kind of guy he was looking at the polling going, I think I can I can because there are a lot of people who are really against housing as well or building more housing. But I think overall I think that's a winning issue for him. Caja political analyst Gary Dietrich is on the line with me. We're talking about Gavin Newsom governor newsome's state of the state today, but what about homelessness how I mean? This is something that's affecting everybody. Whether you're one who lacks shelter or you're in a community, or are you just trying to walk through the streets of San Francisco, it affects everybody, how do you think? He's gonna. Approach it. Yeah. I think that's the thing. I think it's going to be very interesting to issues are ones that can be very incendiary as you point out eastern on either side, we don't, you know, it's not in my backyard. I don't want to you know, a lot of affordable housing built this big complex behind my residential neighborhood, yadda, yadda or things like rent control, all kinds of you know, if you're gonna use a curate a stick or both I think from we've seen so far you're gonna mixture taller today will be agenda. There will be you know, legislative packages to flesh this out. But I think we're gonna on both of those issues. See both approaches. Okay. I and I'm a fan of that. I like carrots and sticks. I think we need to have both available some incentives and some punishment. If you're just gonna absolutely be intransigent about solving. What is really big policy issue? So governor nurse him though, you brought up a couple of times about the Trump connection is you think that's going to be a centerpiece or is this going to be more of an afterthought because I'll just be blunt from my perspective for a state of the state. I'm more interested in what he's doing for the state. Then his concern with DC at this point. So for example, the congressional compromise on the border security issue left out funding for wildfire aid. So that's a big issue for me. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I think I think what he's gonna what he's gonna do is pick and choose his spots as they directly affect California. So, you know, this lying about flying about the so-called emergency on the border is a made up emergency fabricated mercy. I think that's supposedly was pulled straight out of his state of the state today. So I think he's gonna take on the president where he thinks he needs to in in his view for the benefit of the Golden State. I don't you know, has made a career last years of being the anti Trump politician and most notably. Of course, your times where I am I now in Sacramento, you know, ground zero the richest movement, so he AGA Tonio. You know, all these guys they do themselves anti Trumpers in the biggest sense. I think we're going to hear some of that today. But I don't think he wants to have that be his only label at this point one last question for you, Gary Dietrich K geo political analyst, and I know that this is the other third rail of politics in the state of California, and it has to do with property taxes proposition thirteen there has been a lot of rumbling recently about trying to make some revisions whether it has to do with commercial property or something obviously people want. Nobody wants an elderly person shoved out of their home because property taxes go up too much, but we have a roller coaster of revenue in this day because we are so dependent on income taxes opposed property taxes. What much more consistent you think? He's gonna even go there at all. I'll be surprised when I get to this capital three years ago. You can always called the third rail of California, politics, shalt, not mess with prop thirteen okay? Notably Jerry around I against it. Then for it. And you know, I would be surprised to be take on in his first year grumbling is getting louder and louder here. And what you what sometimes it's called the split role property tax who you protect the property tax provision for homeowners. Essence you begin to look at how you modify for commercial building. I think that is coming. Gavin has shown himself very willing to look at new revenue sources, if you call them, and I think that's probably going to be on the cable complain is he's administration. That's great. I I always loved the opportunity to talk to you. I appreciate your insight there in Sacramento Keijo political analyst, Gary Dietrich, thank you so much for your time. Likewise, even have a great yet. Yeah. You too. Thank you so much, by the way, we're gonna have state Senator Scott Weiner, right after the state of the state is well here on the show today to talk about what governor Newsom talked about and some legislation that Senator Weiner is is pushing in Sacramento. I wanna I wanna go back to you is won't take your calls. What do you think is gonna happen with governor news, and what should be his priority in.

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"gary dietrich" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"gary dietrich" Discussed on KGO 810

"Yeah. Well, there you go families along with Jerry Brown and Arnold Schwarzenegger show. Think getting ready to kick off she'd be given a don't address your short. Okay. Hey, listen, Gary, thanks for weighing in with us today. A K Geos political analyst and reporter Gary Dietrich at in Sacramento right now. And it looks like he has swearing in right now, doesn't it? Yep. Gavin's onstage underneath that tent. And let's listen. Do solemnly swear. Swear. Support. Support. Institution of the United States constitution of the United States and the constitution of the state of California constitution. Against. Against all foreign and domestic foreign and domestic that. I will bear true, faith and allegiance to the constitution of the United States. The constitution of the United States and the constitution of the state of California, the cost of the state of California that I take this obligation freely. I take this obligation freely. Without any mental reservation about any mental reservation or purpose of purpose. I will well and faithfully that. I will well and faithfully discharge the duties discharge the duties upon with China about which. With that. We have the fortieth governor.

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