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"george brock" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"George Brock lawyer says it federal and local authorities work together for two years on this case seizing more than eighty thousand marijuana plan. This operation has not destroyed the black market. It has only dented it. And my guess is if we doubled in resources available, we end up with twice or many, as many cases, most of the pod sees was meant to be shipped out of state. Cops also see twenty-five cars and more than two million dollars in cast suspects transformed dozens of homes into illegal grow houses. Two men have died trying to jump the car. They were in over an open drawbridge in Louisiana. The bridge was closed to traffic to let a boat pass one guy got out and move the Gaidar. And the driver gunned it. The car though landed in the water and sink to the bottom. President Trump's throwing more barbs back at house speaker, Nancy Pelosi, the president's comments come after Pelosi said Trump was unstable and needs an intervention think Nancy's, the same as she was. He's not maybe we can all say that Trump says he can absolutely work with Pelosi, but insisted that House Democrats need to stop investigating him. Vice president Pence told the graduating class of the US military academy in New York, that they are the best of the best bent, stole the West Point grads today that they accept the mantle of leadership their commander in chief. President Trump will always have your back more than nine hundred eighty cadets became US army second Lieutenant in the ceremony at West Point football stadium. Aaa is expecting about forty three million Americans to travel for the Memorial Day weekend. Tripoli's tamra Johnson says most will be traveling by car. The road this year. Because that. Down slightly on the seat. They're going to be saving about ten cents from what they paid in two thousand eighteen definitely encouraging more drivers to get out on the road or three million people are expected to travel by plane, two million will travel by train bus or Chretien, Orlando New York City, Las Vegas, Honolulu, Anaheim Seattle, Phoenix Anchorage, Tampa, and San Francisco, or the top memorial destinations this year, Rome, London Dublin Perez and Vancouver. Canada are the top five.
"george brock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"George Brock ler military judge rock ler serves as Colonel in the Colorado army national guard, and has now completed a course to be certified as a military judge. So when will this winter end snow is possible, especially after midnight? Now in the city, we could see snow accumulations of up to unint or less mainly on the grassy areas. It'll be a whole different ballgame though, once you get into some of the higher areas of the southern foothills, CBS four meteorologist, Dave Aguilera. Of course, we will keep an eye on the weather throughout the evening. Our next update is at eight thirty. I'm Roger outs and can't wait NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. DDAT delivers the technology, transformations. The world depends on explore the art of the possible at GD IT dot com. It's easy to get upset when the market falls. But what we have to remember is that this too shall pass. Now that's easy to say. But sometimes it can feel hard to do. So in times, like these when stock prices are swinging wildly one day to the next making you worry that your financial future might be at risk. Here's the advice you need. Don't feel that you have to go it alone. I invite you to talk with one of my experienced financial planners at Eshelman Financial Engines, let's take a look at your investments and see if they are doing what you need, and expect will either reassure you that you're doing, you should be doing, or we'll give you recommendations to help you get the peace of mind, you need so you can. Well, wait for the sun to shine once again, call us a triple eight plan RIC. That's triple eight plan RIC or visit us at RIC Edelman dot com. That's rice, Delman dot com. Hi, I'm Roydon chain. One of the most important things that my family has always done for our customers is handpick our diamonds at the. Source Roydon, I wouldn't have it any other way most jewelers by diamond without even looking at it. They buy based just on its Gemmological letter and number grade, alone, Shane company diamond buyers go directly to all three diamond capitals of the world. Antwerp Tel Aviv, and Mumbai. Because to diamonds with the same lab grade will have different amounts of sparkle, depending on how they were cut and where they're inclusions are our expert.
"george brock" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Now formally charged. Lisa Brady, Fox News accord appearance in Colorado a short time ago. Fox's Japan also has this live Lisa two suspects. Accused of shooting nine classmates killing one last week are charged with more than two dozen counts, including murder and attempted murder. The eighteen year old male suspect in Douglas county court where the judge refused to remove his shackles. The sixteen year old transgender suspect, a biological female who appeared separately is charged with first degree murder as an adult. The George Brock ler. This comes on the same day of celebration of Kendrick STO's life. The high school senior who was killed when he and his classmates charged one of the shooter's Lisa. Thanks, Jeff, a house committee seeking documents related to the Russia probe gets a rejection letter from the White House where FOX's John decker is live. The White House's top lawyer has told House Judiciary committee chairman Jerry Nadler that congress has no right to Nadler's requests for records and testimony from dozens of current and former White House staff White House counsel, Pat sip baloney, stopped short in his letter of certain executive privilege. Instead, he told Nadler he would consider a narrowed request. If the chairman spells out the legislative purpose and legal support for the information, he seeking sip baloney called Nadler's request a do over of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation. Lisa. Thanks, john. The White House just confirming that the president plans in immigration speech tomorrow in the rose garden. It's billed as remarks on modernizing the immigration system. Meantime, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham proposing a Bill today that would make changes to the asylum process. S among other things adding five hundred new immigration judges..
"george brock" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Formerly charged on Lisa Brady, Fox News accord appearance in Colorado a short time ago. Fox's Japan also has this live Lisa two suspects. Accused of shooting nine classmates killing one last week are charged with more than two dozen counts, including murder and attempted murder. The eighteen year old male suspect in Douglas county court where the judge refused to remove his shackles. The sixteen year old transgender suspect, a biological female who appeared separately is charged with first degree murder as an adult DA. George Brock ler. This comes in the same day of the celebration of Kendrick STO's life. The high school senior who was killed when he and his classmates charged one of the shooter's Lisa. A house committee seeking documents related to the Russia probe gets a rejection letter from the White House where FOX's John decker is live. The White House's top lawyer has told House Judiciary committee chairman Jerry Nadler that congress has no right to Nadler's requests for records and testimony from dozens of current and former White House staff White House counsel, Pat sip baloney, stopped short in his letter of asserting executive privilege. Instead, he told Nadler he would consider narrowed request. If the chairman spells out the legislative purpose and legal support for the information, he seeking sip baloney called Nadler's request a do over of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation. Lisa. Thanks, john. The White House just confirming that the president plans in immigration speech tomorrow in the rose garden. It's billed as remarks on modernizing the immigration system. Meantime, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham proposing Bill today that would make changes to the asylum process. Yes. Among other things adding five hundred new immigration judges..
"george brock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"District attorney George Brock ler says he'll continue to move forward with the prosecution of a man accused in the death of state trooper Cody Donahue Donohue was killed in two thousand sixteen. When a truck driven by Noah Gomez Ruiz's crossed onto the shoulder where the trooper was making a traffic stop on. I twenty five the second mistrial declared today when law enforcement witness disclosed information he hadn't previously shared. With the prosecution or the defense, the one thing he didn't say was this truck felt to me like it was pulling to the right? That is the singular fact that led to an in my opinion where we're at today broccoli calls the mistrial soul-sucking. But said he hopes Justice will be done. When a new trial is set. President Trump announcing he's signing an executive order declaring a national emergency to secure the funds needs to build more than two hundred thirty miles of barrier along the southern border, President Trump acknowledged Friday that his declaration of a national emergency will be challenged in court. The White House says this is an urgent problem that needs urgent action. But the president may have given a gift to those planning to sue him. When he said, this I could do the wall over a longer period of time, I didn't need to do this. But I'd rather do it much faster. The president insisted he doesn't have to do this to improve his reelection. Chances say he's already done, quote, a lot of wall for his twenty twenty campaign. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. Congress. Jason Crowe says the president's state of America of emergency. That is is an abuse of power. The Aurora democrat says congress should control the purse strings representatives from throughout this country are empowered to our constitution to make the decisions that we make about how we're going to spend our money president doesn't like that that system it doesn't like those checks and balances so gonna go around us on the other side of the aisle. Republican congressman Ken buck says the president is merely doing what's right when congress won't be emergency is the congress is not acting on. It knows the facts. Buck says he hopes the issue isn't decided by the courts, he says it will be a bad precedent of all emergency declarations end up in court. RTD says it's terminated the light rail train operator involved in last month's derailment in Aurora RTD saying the train took the curve at sable and exposition too fast. One woman was ejected.
"george brock" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Guns through the red flag law, and we're gonna have Alec Garnett. He's assistant house majority leader from the Democratic Party with us after the break. So that'll be about five. Oh fuck. Make that appointment. David, welcome. David. Hi longtime. No here. Mr. capless in welcome to the party. I thank you. I don't miss the Parham also Leo law enforcement official as well as an instructor. And I didn't have as much of a problem with the red flag law. However, never did address the due process factor with the the advent of protection orders here in the state of Colorado, we can pull people in the victims and for violation of protection order used to be a subpoena. Now, it's just a promise to appear. But if we can get something in into the place where we can get people in into the courtroom to be able to address her users. And then for them to willingly either turned over to a family member or law enforcement. We'd probably end up having a lot of problems like we had with the gentleman who got killed by officers on the east coast. Hey, David, let me ask you this as an instructor and is the law enforcement officer. Is there any form of red flag law you would support? And would you support one that allowed you as a law enforcement officer to take weapons before going to the court? No it again it. I'm sworn to uphold the cost founded in the military of donors the peace officer. I can't violate the constitution in order to execute a law that violates it. It's interesting. I totally respect that point of view. I remember raising that same concern with George Brock ler FDA here from arapahoe county. Raise that with him on his Facebook thing for the running for attorney general he actually taught my constitutional law portion of my law enforcement academy, and I actually have referred people down when he was in private practice after. Asking him that same thing. Like, how do you confiscate guns without first having a hearing and his response was that when somebody is that violent end keyed up the minute that you give them notice they're going to either go and do something violent or or hide the gun somewhere. I I believe that was his response and forgive me. George Brock, Larry. If I if I am misconstruing what you said. But it doesn't do if you've got a very violent person I'm thinking about James Holmes or any of these people who have shot mass shooters. I if you were to say, hey, we might come back in three days and take your guns, of course, three days. How long would it be? Do it right there from court if he's if he's there and he's cooperative. It's in a controlled environment. He probably doesn't have his guns there. You can then the judge can order us to take certain keys and things like that to be able to access if he prefers to have them go with family, we can ensure that that would literally eliminate a lot of problems now is not willing to show up the court and things like that. Any concern? And that the whole other problem in that case, then then there's a little bit more urgency and a little bit more need of a tactical advantage in that sort of circumstances. If he's going to come to court to defend is, right. Then there's another. That we have. And that in itself is evidence of that in that case the judge can order because he has the opportunity to fall through with due process. He's choosing not to right, David. Really? Appreciate your perspective, both structure and law enforcement officer one a squeeze in su- soup, you're capitalist. And k for k how welcome. Thank you. I guess as I'm I'm the survivor of domestic violence. I have a permanent restraining order against my ex husband. But as a hunter as someone who has been around guns my entire life. The second amendments a hard one for me. But I find it funny when people say never infringe on the second amendment..
"george brock" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Troubleshooter tomorrow morning at ten. You get the pictures all over the place for windows and doors inciting tomorrow, we cut through the mustard on the troubleshooter show at ten troubleshooter. Tom Martino on six thirty. How? We've got a special half hour ahead of us, Dan, capless, Krista, Kafer, what's really important though as George Brock clerk in studio with us, one of the best people, you will ever meet and one of the greatest minds in it's great to have the retrospective on yesterday and beyond with George who we all know his a superstar. And is there if he chooses to stand politics, which I hope he does George is going to reach the highest levels lines are jams woman. Run opens three three seven three eight two five five the number. I was tone George during the break. I showed it to them. I got a text from our our pitiful wonderful eighteen year old daughter Caroline and her dog Kelly, George I voted for him. It was Caroline's first vote, Georgia's huge, and she voted for you and she honor cared about that race. And and so that's an honor. And I know many other people out there did as well. So big things had for George. Let's go to our jammed phone lines start with liberal Chris who may be awake. This time. Unlike the last time, we went to. Here with capless. And k for k how how you doing Chris. I'm here to on your new show. Course, we are. So on somebody else's show. Well, you know on all the band's on the AM spectrum. But no, it's good to be on. I'm really I missed it. Then, you know, even though the other stations. How can you miss me? When I go away. What what are your thoughts about George loved the liberal perspective because I see George the kind of guy who appeals across party lines, George. Thank you out ran everybody and the GOP side, didn't you? That's true. Yeah. Okay. So point made. So what's your take on George liberal, Chris? So I have a pretty unique perspective because I'm actually in the eighteenth judicial district criminal Justice system, right now, I got my person driving conviction last February in given all of white what happened I caused causing property damage in England Lisa we'll get into it. Essentially will you know? I was I I am so sorry to interrupt lines are jammed in this is about George. No offense. Not you so crisp. What is the point? You wanna make the point is that during my probation. The eighteenth district has taken a very less punitive approach to people that are on probation. I, you know, I've messed up at a couple of relapses, I know in Jeffco. I mean, you're the jail. Chris can you do me a favor, and we love talking to you. But can we love talking to you tomorrow? Maybe can you give us a call back? Then. Christmas giving a compliment to charge. Thank you. Compliment. Hopefully, George will be with us as often as your time allows. We do want to talk about criminal Justice reform. I know you have some great insights there. John capless in Kafer. George Brock ler. Our special guest, welcome John, thanks for taking my call. I I wanted to thank George and his Stafford's work on the Aurora theater trial. I was in the theater next door when that all went down. I just wanted to thank you and your staff for waiting into all of that. Thanks, man. Were you in eight is that where you were number? When we're a couple of the. Yep. Facility the one next door. Yep. Yep. And you know, well that bullets went in through the wall the ad those penetrator rounds and hit people inside your theater. That's right. First off. I just wanted to. Thank you for your exam. And I wanted to say that even though I'm an independent voter. And I said that it's an independent like, I don't particularly. Mike the Republicans. I don't like the Democrats voted for you. Thanks, buddy. Without question. Thank you, man. That makes means a lot thanking George Bush, John rather appreciate Sean. Thank you, George. We appreciate you being here. Back to our jam lines. Big, al. Hi, al. Welcome to the show. You cater buddy. Okay. Good start. Okay. And MRs submit him. I l I do. Indeed, it's great to hear your voice. Sounders last night. I can't believe drubbing leaks. And I'm concerned by some other callers about how much damage the democrat party due to this in yesteryears 'cause. I'm actually looking for property or either Aho's. L Y. You should not move first off you're not gonna find a better state than Colorado. I do have some concerns like you do L Wyoming United States to windy, buddy. I love Wyoming to. But if you haven't been up there recently, the wind blows twenty five hours a day up there. Talks. Hello, Alan, the leader in the clubhouse, good stuff. And I think buddy weather this storm. I mean, this isn't the first time we've had turnouts that were surprising. This is a pretty sweeping change. We haven't seen one like this for got fifty or sixty maybe eighty years in terms of Colorado all being in the hands of Democrats nineteen thirty six. Oh my goodness. That's that's a long time. That is what eighty two years if my public school math is still good and math. But there's a lot. But whether the storm in and be part of the change to help us stay on track. Look, I'm going to root for these guys until they do something that is crazy. Martin we're gonna well we'll see and then we'll oppose him, but buddy, we need. Good people in Colorado. This shouldn't be a reason to flee. There should be a reason to fight Amen to that. Caitlyn? Wants to talk about suburban women your capless in K for welcome to the show. Hi caitlyn. Good evening. First of all at the end. So glad to hear you back on the radio. I always enjoyed your show with Craig in the past trista. I've heard you sub for Ross and others and enjoy you as well. Thanks, and George, man. Oh, man. I am so sorry. And I wanted to call I heard you on Ross show this morning, and this discussion about how arapahoe county soccer. Moms did not turn out and vote for Republicans. I wanted to let you know that I am a proud soccer mom in centennial. And I probably cast by vote for you. Thank you. And it didn't go your way wasn't surprised about police. Although certainly I was disappointed, but I was a little bit surprised about your race. So just wanted to let you know, you've got a lot of support out here. Amended. Caitlyn? Can we ask you in the minute? We have together. Why do you think the GOP did so poorly? Overall among suburban women. Know, I don't know if it was a factor of. I like. Earlier people just voting straight Republican ticket or excuse me, a straight democratic ticket. And that may have been a factor. I I don't know. But I don't know how. I don't know how women can really support some of these things that Democrats are doing right now. Amen. And I see it up close and personal shortly. Caitlyn? Thank you for the wonderful call. She should have radio show shouldn't use Grayson. She sound wonderful church. Can you stay other segment? We'll stay as long as you'll have appreciated Georges the definition of standup. George Brock ller in studio taking phone calls. Dick Waddams will join us at six o five four his perspective. Having run so many successful races in Colorado himself three or three seven three eight two five five the number. I don't wanna get trusted broccoli. Nope. That's like to say this, right?.
Amazon UK boss Doug Gurr warns Brexit could spark 'civil unrest'
"The institute for war and peace reporting and George Brock journalist and visiting professor at City University, welcome both of you to the program. Let's begin in Britain where Doug girl the UK boss of online retail giant. Amazon has made atypically soothing and measured contribution to the debate around Brexit. Mr. has warned that Britain could face civil unrest within weeks. If it leaves the EU without a deal, he made the remarks during a meeting between Briggs secretary Dominic Robb and a group of senior business executives on Friday. George to begin with brings up the speed. What is the likelihood of a no deal Brexit at this stage? And what could it look like? The likelihood is much higher than it was, let's say a month ago because the government attempted to get a position together, what's known as the checkers meeting will the check his deal. And that has already. In fact, Fulham apart. None of that was the fact that MRs may never had a consistent parliamentary majority any strategies she was trying to get through. She can win tactical victories here and there and does, but what she needs in order to avoid a hard Brexit is a whole series of parliamentary votes between now and approximately January, and I can't see anymore sign now than the day. After the election, she's the, she's got those numbers. So therefore with falling apart of the latest deal, she's tried to stitch together you if you are a business operating across borders, any kind Amazon or anyone else you have to say that the percentage Johnson a hard Brexit has gone up. I think it's some are. I would say it was about around fifty sixty percent. My personal guess then yet you can kill with that. I think it's stalemate is perilous in itself. People are now talking about the idea that we can get this grace period extended, which also seem. Unlikely, I kind of relish the these cut of apocalyptic warnings. It's already in such a dire situation and considering how this country does when it's to halt or too cold on the virtual scenes of panic. I imagine what things will be like when we have actual supply lines of ordinary everyday goods interrupted. It's not helped of course, by the fact that the government has to do these risk assessments industry of the worst case scenarios in the same way, that's people are always sending information requested Lakewood councils that preparedness ambi- apocalypse. Similarly. Similar preparations, ah, taking place which ranks the atmosphere even more, but having come thus far, I think, well, my my personal project fare wasn't fifth enough. We might as well go full apocalypse and see what happens. So you seem to approve of the statement from kind of aesthetic viewpoints. I like to imagine the civil unrest and also from a kind of strategic viewpoint, which is that if this can prevent a hard Brexit, then you know, that's a good thing. But do you think that is it's plausible. I'm trying to get kind of idea of like what a no deal Brexit wouldn't actually look on the ground will we see ravaging hordes straight meets street. I, I think the British people, the forty polite for that, but I think we are really losing our mind on this whole issue. And the fact is we're so distracted by Brexit and all permutations that we're not really doing anything about anything else. So, well, the veneer of civilization can often be very, very thin. But I, I, I appreciate the captains of industry saying this is going to be awful and much worse than you margin George Hubbard. Would it be? I think that civil unrest at any scale is at the outer edge of possibilities. I think you'll much more likely to get vast traffic jams goods shortages jobs, eventually being lost because supply lines don't work. People being laid off those at the those are the much more prosaic, possibilities that are that are far more likely and these business people. After all, I, I would say if anything, they have been very reticent and very late in making these warnings. They have been thinking about all of these things from two years now, and I would have preferred if they've been running fair little bit earlier. I think it might think that might have added more more dramatic effect and they would be criminally responsible if they were not thinking about any possibility, including the extremely unlikely ones. They have a responsibility to that customers. The show holders and so on..
"george brock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Monday koa newsradio time is one thirty atop mustang a new program and arapahoe counties having a big impact the battle against opioid abuse da george brock says the goal is to identify children living unstable family situations to to drug use they can then direct mental health professionals to help the kids and their parents hope you a crisis is not something that we can arrest our way out of or prosecuted incarcerate our way out of it just not gonna work that way brooklyn is so far the program has been a success the rockies are the hottest team in major league baseball rocks pounded the bar lands at course eleven to three pitcher john gray had twelve strikeouts i felt like i got into a weird spotter you know where that data tastes negatively didn't creep in so we save positive stay on top of the ball and really just drove on the rocks have now won four in a row our next news updates at two o'clock optout mustang on koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm an excellent start to the day in the roads across the maya city this morning i seventy nine twenty five and i two to five looking in magnificent shape running at posted speeds with the major delays or closures off highway in accident to report eastbound lead stale and east alameda lanes open but please do watch out for those crews and remember the colorado renascent festival starts today with gates opening at ten am traffic generally starts to get pretty heavy around the lakes bar exits of i twenty five southbound so please to plan ahead if you're traveling down from denver you'll cbs four weather today sunny day high of eighty six low of fifty four your temperature right now it's sixty three i'm dementia on koa newsradio colorado's news traffic and weather station if you.
"george brock" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS
"Critical i know the governor's race is important i'm not gonna deny that it's number one but if there's a one b it's the attorney general's office right here i this is my hometown now this is my home state my kids live here my wife lives here are you know everything about our lives is here i feel obligated to try to protect this date from the direction that it's been heading over about the last ten years or so the state i'm about to turn over to my kids is just remarkably different from the one i inherited from my parents forty plus years ago and i'm not gonna let that happen you know i just want to say this i was talking to a few people yesterday who not to knock the governor's race in its importance because it's absolutely critical but but a few people were saying to me the attorney general's race may be the most important in the sense that if we do get a democrat governor in this state once again god forbid but it may happen we need a bulwark of a conservative attorney general like george brock and let me speak to that too because i think that's critical look i wanna republican governor and i think the colorado desert a republican governor after all these years of whatever this was and if we did we want republican attorney general make sure what they're doing passes muster i get that but if we're gonna have a super progressive lurches to the left downhill fifty two hundred eighty feet kinda governor and we don't want a republican ag we need a republican e but let me say this michael wouldn't be to thwart whoever the governor was heck i'd be the governor's attorney but in terms of being that voice to remind them of the importance of our constitution both of the state and the federal level of our laws and the fact that they are constrained in the powers exercised by those laws oh yeah i'll be loud and proud on that issue all day long final question for you george brock later this is the one that i know is your favorite but the answer is going to be a really really difficult one for people to remember where can people go to learn more about you and your campaign it's one of the most complicated websites out there and i regret that now but it's george twenty eighteen dot com geo are g e two zero one eight dot com george twenty eighteen dot com.
"george brock" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS
"Force these kinds of policy changes truly ought to be debated c boulder so and they're following a trend that began on the coast this older represents and i think it's boulder in san miguel telluride area they represent the first landlocked state or area area in the country to file these kinds of energy lawsuits suing energy companies energy producers blaming them for an essence global warming and seeking billions and billions of dollars in what they make they make termez restitution or not i don't know as a way to force policy change that really ought to be taking place under the gold dome in denver or in the capital in dc you know i think you you struck up on a very important point george brock learned that is the idea of legislating through lawsuits as opposed to legislating through well the legislative process that was set up for and and what i wonder is what the motivation is behind this i mean is it is it because they want to make some sort of political points more than anything else or is there something more there i do think it's political i don't wanna diminish by the way the fact that i think that the plainest in this case truly believe in what they're doing and what i mean by that is they probably believe that climate change is attributable to fossil fuel use maybe exclusively or predominantly although they're still evidence to suggest but they want to try to figure out a way to in effect change and i think what is their position is not accepted by the majority of colorado the majority of americans so that doesn't leave him with a lot of options and those options are to try to make a splash publicly to try to start a different kind of narrative and who knows maybe they signed the right court at the right time and they get a blue homerun off of one of these cases and so they're gonna start to follow this model that began really in california new york and they're gonna start pushing inland and tried in all those liberal places they can find gets started cheating some major policy changes not through the legislative process but by judges and i'm not sure why judges are equipped to make these decisions but that's where they'd like to have it happen.
"george brock" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS
"Edition of the program got a great show for you tonight looking forward to the conversations to be had bottom of this hour i'll be joined by none other than michael barone who returns to the show to talk about some of the latest political news and the trump derangement syndrome that we're seeing from democrats right now which is pretty darn clear in many circles that's what we've got going on and michael barone will join us he of course is senior political analyst at the washington examiner and is also a resident fellow at the american enterprise institute and it's always great to check in with michael then yesterday morning i caught up with district attorney for the eighteenth judicial district republican nominee for attorney general george brock ler about this legislation that has been now moved through the state house of representatives on the issue of the socalled red flag law dealing with people who have mental instabilities that could be dangerous to themselves or to others the idea behind suspending someone's constitutionally protected rights in this particular process while i went into depth with george broccoli yesterday morning on business for breakfast my morning show on our sister station k d m t denver's money talk sixteen ninety am i'll play that interview on this program and then we'll get some reaction from fill in host on this show and station kris cook who will give her take on the legislation she is opposed to it and we'll get some reaction there to my broccoli interview and also of course open up to the phones on that topic i know it's a hot topic and one of the points i will stress later is that even if you disagree with the bill as i do that we need to rally still behind george brock ler to win that seat because we cannot lose the attorney general's position to one of these hardline democrats running a for the nomination on the democrat side including joe salazar who picked up i think bernie sanders endorsement just this past week bernie sanders endorsing one of the democratic candidates for attorney general so we'll get chris cooks reaction i will talk about that and give you my thoughts and take your phone calls here three zero three six nine six nineteen seventy one you know i wanna start this evening by talking about this the the astounding turns of events in the.
"george brock" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS
"Yeah i mean it's dangerous into something that got dropped rea really late and session and randy we've talked about this a lot over the last couple of years is that this is what happens is that it's typically these bad bills get dropped late where i think further behind than we've ever been in the state house we have so many bills still in the queue so people are tired people aren't paying attention and you know sometimes i think they try to slide bill through but when it comes to our civil liberties i think you would think that the democrats have learned not to try to sneak stuff through and you know just what we've seen on social media in the media and everything i mean there's it's been pretty controversial and and citizens are paying attention and they're saying enough is enough and you know what's really interesting about this is you know you're looking for the november election where it's a year we don't have a presidential candidate on the ballot we don't have us senate candidate no top federal race and there's going to be low turnout but there's certain pockets of voters that do get out and vote and vote or drops that gun voters so i know they're paying attention and another going to get out i think go ahead it really worries me the impact on george brock lers race coming out in support of this thing even with all the caveats and the justifications and you know seeing it from the law enforcement side had tony spurlock on earlier along with george big big concern for me this incremental ism is dangerous and and these things never have the outcome that's predicted they always create more problems than they solve and it's very very concerning for me and you make a great point though it's a numbers game it's a math game in the house you guys can't get close to stopping a bad democrat bill thank god that we have our one seat majority in the colorado state senate people who realize how close we i i don't think this is gonna see the light of day next week it will be killed but it will have come so close to becoming the law of colorado and the only reason we can stop it is because we have.
"george brock" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS
"Or eight minutes with our guest george brock he'll be back for the craig silverman show is well craig is in support of this bill h b fourteen thirty six which is going to the colorado state senate to die and the top of the hour i will give you names or of people to contact or reach out to to express your view about it and george we've got a caller on the line who i know wants to talk to you real quick but before i go to kurt i want to ask you i if you were governor you talked about how you ran for governor you've moved over to attorney general certainly you could come back for governor you're one of the most talented politicians and i mean that in the most positive sense of the word that i know could hurt but if you governor and this bill came to your desk and did not have the sunset provision that you've talked about is kind of a saving grace we can try it out laboratory of democracy all that would you sign it or veto it it'd be very tough to wanna sign it without that kill switch in their let me say this though to create that moment in time is a little bit false in this way if i were governor we would have never had this bill at this time dropping the legislature i mean i would have been working behind the scenes from december thirty first forward to seeing how we can address the current hole in our mental health law that nexus between crime mental health and the legal system so that we never had to come up with this bill i mean listen the last thing in the world but i wanna see is the government take something from someone unless there is no other alternative to this particular protection and there wouldn't have to be if we had a viable seventy two hour hold system if we had asylum nfl the wrong term but you know what i'm talking about if we had played his or you could take the the mentally distressed.
"george brock" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS
"I don't wanna stand up there and just give another speech about so glad trump's the president and gosh darn the democrats and on and on and on and so i've been trying to think about what messages do republicans win on and the list is actually pretty small but the list of topics the lists the list of direction for policy for ideology that seems to be v winning formula for republicans still even in twenty eighteen goes back to really kind of the ronald reagan formula for republican victories and that starts with security everybody needs to feel safe in their country in their home now obviously with this gun grabbers bill this extreme risk protection orders bill there's a risk of law abiding citizens with no ill intent or who had a flash of anger but have self control or have a spouse or a significant other a family member of some kind that has a grudge or is overreacting i mean we have families who have come apart over the election of donald trump and so when you think about the divides that caused something like that to happen just think how strong and how serious those can be when it comes to guns but national security being a secure force and presence on the world stage security is a message that sells for republicans really concerned about not so much about coal west but about george brock ler coming out in support of these extreme risk protection orders what that's going to do to his conservative credited it is in fact still the activists the constitutionalists the people who get up early stay up late right small checks make tons of phone calls knock on tons of doors that help get republicans elected it's possible i suppose that these are political decisions and we'll explore that with george especially since he's he's running statewide to be your next attorney general he's probably not overly at risk for losing republican support because there's nowhere else to go there's no primary for george brock ler could be very interesting though to see how this sorts itself out in the governor's race george lopez george.
"george brock" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS
"The jury was able to hear and as as you know juries don't often hear about people's criminal record but he had done something quite similar to his to his earlier wife he had gotten very jealous when she was had announced she was leaving him they had split apart she was with some other guy he followed her ran the car off the road kidnapped her drove around she finally escaped and he was arrested then shortly after that he was arrested again after kidnapping her driving her up into the mountains and telling her he's gonna kill her and dumped her body in a in a lake where nobody would ever find her and so we were able to convince the judge the judge that that was similar enough to what happened here to allow us to present that evidence top prosecutor and the state like the state of colorado and of course i'm biased having worked in denver days opposite is the denver da still the lead da and the state or maybe have you assumed the mantle or george brock cler possessive when you guys all get together who's the lead dog you know i don't think there is a lead dog the the prosecution community in this state is so fantastic one of the things that happened between the two lester jones cases is i reached out to pete we're who is the elected in jefferson county actually also a turkic high school graduate reached out to george brock ler and to stand garnett who at the time was the boulder d george of course is the da for the eighteen which is arapahoe and douglas and albert downslide albert shirts so you know i reached out to those guys and said hey you know can you send me some of your best people to come to grand junction come up here i wanna present the case to them and see what ideas they have about how to do this better and sure enough mark hurlbert who was the assistant da from arapahoe from the eighteenth and mike dougherty who is the assistant da from jefferson county along with four others now balder da the man's a couple of times but number types and it's gonna be guesting with me as i host for peter boils on monday or tuesday.
"george brock" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Yes i think i think you can say that as a generalization although i think it was like a big you'd have to immediately night talk a bug was streaming cautious about about what he actually said about regulation he was very careful not to be against it but on the other hand he was catholic qualified and saying well it depends on whether it's good regulation will bad regulation in song he never actually unconditionally agreed to it and let let's not forget how i have a lot of people might fund with the politicians who often in for positions of some ignorance about facebook does the simple symbolism a hidden appearing to be accountable in front of politicians quite a big deal it hasn't happened at anything like this pronin before and the gaps in what he said other gaps that people are now going to keep examining facebook bounce so it wasn't it wasn't a totally wasted opportunity and you gotta remember that all appearances between the in frontal congressional committees ought to some extent politic great philosophical technical depth don't like day to get george brock before that hanukkah's laos ca thank you both very much for joining us you're listening to the monocle daily up next poll ryan bolts for the lifeboats ubs has one nine hundred investment analysts from over one hundred different countries over a million hundred of the shop is mullins and freshest thinkers in the world of finance today no one no one does.
"george brock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"From chris on kennedy q as ted kennedy q and he's from rural colorado and he wants to know lot of focus on the front range and up and down uh you know the springs to four collins what are you gonna do for rural colorado's what are you gonna do different than maybe other governors have not done for those parts of the state i think a couple of things that we really have to focus on with rural colorado is transportation and jobs because if we can't get commerce moved through the state effectively and we can't get tourists to different parts of the state because of of traffic congestion then we can't expand economic opportunities in rural colorado there has to be a focus on jobs uh going to rural colorado not just the front range and we just continue to explode along the front range uh i think there has to be focused economic development and job training so that we can attract businesses to rule colorado we have to target that uh we have to say what kind of people what kind of training to people need to have in order to attract the manufacturing business or an industry or a healthcare business to rural colorado and we have to do a little matchmaking inland uh in light of valentine wednesday between businesses and the employees that we have a can be done it just takes them intention anon i grieve that rural colorado hasn't received the attention that it's do give us an update on the health of your campaign this is certainly a crowded races we sat although tom ten crater was dropped out as well as george brock on the republican side you certainly of name recognition how's the stumping gone has the fund raising going you know the stumping is great uh nothing makes me happier than rang get out visit with sent the driving accepted this well that is trigger of eight think i should advertise for driver i'm i'm on the air m e the health campaigns get i'm i feel very good i feel like we are um we're on the trajectory to win the primary and i had less resources than my opponents in the attorney general's race and i won by a greater percentage than any statewide elected official even with that financial disadvantage so i don't find that donning i just find that uh uh uh something that a fiscal conservative has to.