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Alaska tribes await word from FCC about broadband licenses
"This is national native news. Tony gonzales alaska. Tribes are awaiting word on scores of wireless broadband licenses by the federal communications commission. It's part of a push to improve internet access and underserved communities a startup called alaska. Tribal spectrum received a one hundred thousand dollar grant to register as many alaska tribes during the final months of last year's application period gym berlin. Heads the keybase nonprofit which has signed up nearly seventy tribes mcnally commission were set up to create a recreated website in an application process to make it very very simple to join the consortium application and get as many as many tribes to grab a hold of for free asset before before the window closed any unclaimed licenses will go to auction to private carriers berlin says it was a big push to get rural tribes with poor internet to enroll on their website and the struggles. They had were told the craziest stories. You'd ever wanna hear trying to get their application in some of them. We ended up faxing in in in in to get an in Somehow to handwrite it. You know and do paper applications. I mean it was. It's so challenging. One of those tribes as douglas indian association near juneau kamal lint off says the trip was happy to get assistance. We had no clue. You know what this really was. And then no clue on how to how we manage it or even get started We had probably a couple of different places contact us and we kinda jumped on board with that one stinking. I was all we needed to do. Some of the applications overlap the douglas tribes applications for coverage in an area also claimed by central council of clinton haida indian tribes. Overlapping claims are being negotiated. Tribes will still have to pay for infrastructure. The cares act created a one billion dollar broadband fund tribes can apply for alaska. Tribal spectrum has applied separately for a federal community connect grant to bring broadband service to villages and the bristol bay region montana state lawmakers heard two bills wednesday seeking to establish indigenous peoples day in october yellowstone. Public radio's caitlyn. Nicholas has more senate bill. One forty six brought by senator. Shane mauricio a democrat from missoula would replace columbus day with indigenous peoples day. Senate bill ninety four sponsored by democrat. Susan weber from browning in northern montana would also establish indigenous peoples day but does not remove columbus day. More support was shown for the proposal to remove columbus day. Even the other bill sponsor said she preferred it. But many proponents including jordan thompson confederated salem in kootenai tribal member spoke on behalf of both bills are believed that the first bill we heard today was kind of like inviting everyone to the same backyard for a barbecue. This one's more like waving at each other with fence in between so we support it. But i'd much rather be at the barbecue. Proponents of the bills spoke to the importance of celebrating. What they called true. Us history acknowledging olive montana's citizens and the harm of celebrating christopher columbus whose acts of genocide and crimes against native. Americans are well documented. No one opposed either bill. During the hearing similar montana legislation failed in twenty seventeen and twenty nineteen. No executive action was taken on either bill for national news and report for america. I'm caitlyn nicholas the. Us senate committee on indian affairs holding. Its first meeting of the new congress thursday. The committee will elect new leaders. Senator bryan shots democrat from hawaii. As chairman and republican senator. Lisa murkowski from alaska as vice chair cove in nineteen relief healthcare education sacred site protection and a long list of other issues are among tribal priorities. I man tonia
Line 3 pipeline lawsuit fails, campaigners want Kansas City name change, and Dakota Access pipeline protests continue
"This is national native news. Tonia gonzales tribes and environmental organizations lost a legal battle to stop construction of the line. Three pipeline in northern minnesota. But their attorney says there are still some good options in the fight against the pipeline as melinda to whose reports monet naismith is a staff attorney with earthjustice. She is representing the red lake band of chippewas. The white earth band of ojibway the indigenous rights group honor the earth and the sierra club. In fighting the three hundred forty mile pipeline tributary third. The minnesota court of appeals rejected the request for a preliminary injunction to stop work on it and bridge. The canadian company building line three claims it is exempt from needing a new presidential permit to cross the us. Canadian border because the pipeline is considered a replacement project and it secured that permit decades ago. However naismith says it's an entirely new pipeline along an entirely new route so it really is a new project. In any case she said the us president can resend the permit at will like president biden. Just did for the keystone excel tar sands pipeline. A second option is to get the army corps of engineers to resend several permits. She argues the core granted illegally last november under the clean water act which allowed construction to start but the law is very clear that before issuing a permit under the clean water act and an evaluation under the national environmental policy act or niba that the army corps needed to look at the risk of spills from the pipeline and needed to look at how that risk of spills would affect local tribes and tribal resources and they did neither here in the line. Three earthjustice filed a lawsuit in federal district court in washington. Dc last december seeking to get the permits overturned naismith also filed for a preliminary injunction which would allow her clients to have their day in court. Melinda to who's national native news members of indigenous groups demonstrated outside the tampa bay. Buccaneers that stadium in florida sunday as football fans headed in for the super bowl. They held change the name signs calling on the visiting kansas city team to end. Its use of native names and is a leash. Norris with the group. Florida indigenous rights and equality says much of the day was spent educating the public about indigenous people. Rethought we have to at least go stand and educate and make a statement that it's not okay to objectify and dehumanize indigenous people of our land inc. we're building awareness for sure and It's i think it's just interaction at a time so we've had a couple of positive interactions and then some that are not so positive but i think at any any type of interaction is a step in the right direction to create a shift and as soon as you turn the light on and bring awareness to something People have to think about it even if they don't want to and they're mad about it they still have to think about it so i think for that. We are building awareness in harboring is an education to this area on this issue members from the group not in our honor based in the kansas city area traveled to tampa to join the demonstration. Planes were also rented which flu around tampa over the weekend. With change the name banners the standing rock youth council is hosting a run to call on president biden to shut down the dakota access pipeline young people from the standing rock and cheyenne river sioux nations. Plan to run to the site of the no dapple resistance counts for years ago in north dakota. The run to the cannonball river is scheduled to begin on tuesday. I'm antonio
Police Searching For Armed, Unmasked Man Who Stole Chicken From Roscoe’s In Pasadena, Los Angeles
"In New Jersey. There's room for you as well. And, yes, police searching for armed, unmasked man. It was bound to happen. We were going to see this headline eventually. Well, in this case, a mask list man walked into Roscoe's house of Chicken and waffles in Pasadena. That's right. That was yesterday evening. In fact, when employees said the trouble began, the man was seen in security footage wearing a dark blue shirt. He was first asked by the cashier to put on a face covering as required by local health orders, he said. Why don't you come over here and tell me to my face? And he told them again. Just put a mask on this timer was the cook Robert Gonzales, who said it Well, that's when the guy got mad and pulled out a gun. Then went back toward the kitchen. We're gonna solve this was cooking. The man pointed the gun directly at him and demanded that Gonzalez put all of the chicken into the bag. When asked for clarification about whether the armed men meant money or food, Gonzales said. They ain't got no money in the kitchen. I'm on food. Well, there was plenty of chicken, but there was no bag. So the man grabbed a couple of take out orders that had already been prepared while the employees ran out of the back of the building, So I understand our chicken is good, but I mean, that's some expensive chicken. He's got there. It was just pretty stupid and crazy at the same time. None of the employees were harmed. The suspect is described as being in his mid thirties, roughly 6 ft. One tall with a thin mill build. He fled the scene and dark colored four nor sedan and no mask. So it was gonna happen is gonna be the massless
Senator Cantwell talks about tribal broadband at confirmation hearing
"This is national native news antonio gonzales the biden administration says it's ordered a pause new oil and gas leasing on public lands does not apply to tribal nations the mountain west news bureaus savannah mar reports the administration issued the clarification after the chairman of the youth indian tribe called the initial. Moratorium direct attack on tribal sovereignty. Stephen fast tourists of the northern arapaho. Business council agreed that would impact all of our guests tribes. Pretty bad it would triple fast. Horror says those tribes rely on oil and gas revenue to pay for social services and unlike state and local governments. They don't have a tax base to back on. The issue is thornier for climate activists. Gold tooth with the nonprofit indigenous environmental network. It's nice to see them. Ministration recognized travel it is disheartening to the tribes. The use that to continue fossil fuel extraction moving forward gold tooth hopes to biden will support tribes in divesting from fossil fuel industry for national native news. I'm savannah mar this week. President biden signed a memorandum on tribal consultation. It directs all executive departments and agencies to engage a regular consultation with tribes agencies. Have ninety days to come up with a plan. Tribal leaders across the country are welcoming the memo in a statement principal chief of the cherokee nation. Chuck hoskin junior applauded. The action hoskins says meaningful consultation is vital to treble governments to have a seat at the table to shape policy and hold the federal government responsible. He says the memorandum is the first comprehensive white house affirmation of mandatory consultation with tribes since two thousand nine the tribal consultation follow directives laid out by the obama administration. President biden says he's committed to honoring tribal sovereignty and including tribal voices and policy and hopes to strengthen the government's relationship with tribes this week washington. Us senator. Maria cantwell address. President biden's nominee for us. Secretary of commerce rhode island governor gina raimondo and talked about tribal broadband. Steve jackson has more. Senator can't will introduce legislation last session. That would accelerate the deployment of broadband services to tribal communities by setting aside fcc and usda funds for deployment on tribal lands at the confirmation hearing for commerce secretary. Can't well made governor raimondo. Aware of the issue and the secretary will inherit a new program as part of the kobe. Bill the tribal broadband connectivity program. It two thousand nineteen report from. Fcc found that less than half of households in indian country have access to high speed broadband services a twenty percent gap from non tribal areas. And so i hope that we will be able to get good administration of that program. The cova pandemic has only increased the problem of limited broadband. Dude at more people working from home as well as distance learning for students for national native news. I'm steve jackson reporting from spokane alaskan native artist and illustrator. Michaela goad was honored by the american library association. This week with the randolph called toco metal. She said to be the first native american to win the award. A member of the central council of lincoln and haida indian tribes go was recognized for most distinguished american picture book for children. We are water protectors. The book written by carol lindstrom turtle mountain honors water protectors for fighting for indigenous rights and environmental justice. Awards were announced during the association's virtual midwinter gathering. I'm antonio
Cybercrime Amid the Pandemic with Alberto Casares
"Welcome back to the outcomes are so marquez here and today i have the privilege of hosting the outstanding alberto gonzales. He is the vp of threat research at four iq. I read it though is a deep dark web expert researcher investigator and product manager at four. I q where he helps. Define and dr product strategy to expand the addressable market. I bet this passionate about security and how breached in leak data can be used to protect citizens and organizations across the globe. He leads investigative work at four. I q manages verification attribution and analysis. Of data enriches marketing content and helps with pre sales activity. I'd rather has over ten years of experience. Managing and leading teams for several startups and has led several research and development projects supported by the spanish ministry of industry in collaboration with the university of granada. He's an awesome guy and he is with us from spain so really really delighted to have met the with us to talk about something very serious. That's cyber enabled crime in the risk. So admit such a pleasure to have you here. Thanks for joining us into. The place is absolutely so i definitely excited to jump into the work that you guys are up to that for iq but before we do that though. Tell me a little bit about you. And what inspires your work in healthcare. Yeah good question. So then what despise me the most is actually to to know that with our daily war we can Held one of the most important sectors especially during the pandemic rights so electorally have been researching about many threats started the healthcare sector industry. And you can imagine so in these last few months number of cyber attacks on threads has increased drastically right so a huge fraud industry around the health sector days with many faked buck scenes. fake news. fake news around these undamaged healthcare showed the strengthening vaccines cetera et. We sold full some fake in once in the dark web alumni longtime will show many many people have been scam ride so Sides are fake sites offering for simple face mask. This is can that we leave during the beginning of this pandemic show is absolutely motivating to work from or in this summer security and trying to help these sector. I'm also the citizen right. Yeah and i totally agree. You know it's such a shame that people take advantage of this time to take advantage of of others in a time of crisis but the reality is it's happening and so you know it's important that we we think about ways to protect ourselves. Our organizations or businesses are patients are employees. It's critical so. I'd better talk to us a little bit. About what four. I q is doing to help against some of these things in the healthcare ecosystem. Sure i say that we are helping reporting the healthcare ecosystem in three different ways so the first one is it providing awareness right so i'm personally providing some educational will be nour's meet apps it citra and fully dedicated to the health sector in order to provide on it's just allies this kind of threats on attacks and also to educate people employees within the industry right the healthcare industry nor to avoid those kind of attacks again on risks. So that the second thing is that a with our pro dolphin so we have really brought up offering going on foreign as you said dude might might presentation really focused on identity protection so we have our very compelling if not the best quality in protecting the identity align percents Uncompromised data on also with another pra languages protection which is essentially covering many use cases Shown to dr. Web monitoring broncos take sean etcetera show we have a compelling solution that is helping us to detect again threads and half also the castle some early diction capabilities. is protecting not only the what we traditionally do in many of the companies protecting the network tonight. B.'s citra we. We are also taking care of the employees
Chelsea Joins Call To Baker Administration To Get COVID Vaccine To High-Risk Communities Right Now
"Just earlier this week. Over four hundred. Medical professionals sent a letter calling on governor baker to prioritize vaccinations for high risk communities of color communities such as chelsea so today. We're going to hear from two voices on the ground. In chelsea it was actually a community specifically cited in the letter joining us now is denin yearly paulino the chief operating officer of laco lativa also known as the chelsea collaborative. That's a group that works to empower lat next immigrants to enhance their community social and economic health. Also joining us as dr wanda gonzalez. A pediatrician at m. g. h. chelsea healthcare center. Who signed the letter. Welcome to both of you know. Thank you happy to be here. Thank you and listeners. Talk with our neighbors in chelsea we want to hear from you about whether the commonwealth is getting its priorities. In the vaccine rollout right. What phase are you in. Do you think the phases are being established correctly. The governor's made some changes to who's in those phases recently. Are those good decisions. Eight hundred four two three eight two five five. That's one eight hundred four to three talk. So dr gonzales. I will start with you. Why did you decide to sign onto this letter. Well and. I it seems like a no brainer to me to be honest. I Oh quote my husband while we were talking about this. You know I you know. I was happy when i first heard about a huge Distribution center in gillette stadium But just the you know the look it it makes sense to. I think they were talking about incorrect me wrong about five thousand vaccines day. That's the goal. The goal is to go indeed But my concern was its location. You know for You know someone like me and my family the same family. Since i'm a healthcare worker. I get it differently but you know to go to foxborough to receive it. It's it's sort of one of those You know what a drag to have dry there but for my patients and chelsea most a physician for some people in the surrounding communities that is quite a barrier. You know many of them don't have cars Or and they also don't often don't work jobs. They have the flexibility to take off. You know and gortat foxborough to get their vaccine and when i was speaking about this with my husband we you know he said well sort of i'm giving credit him. He said well. We know when there a fire you. Don't you know the fire truck. The fire department comes to fire. You don't take fire. The fire department is one of the things that you're concerned about. Dr gonzales is is even if there is a vaccine available. It's not very practical if you can't get to it. Is that what you're saying. Exactly
Montana tribes begin next phase of COVID-19 vaccinations
"This is national native news. Tony gonzalez oklahoma congressman tom. Cole opposes impeaching president trump as members of the house moved to impeach trump accusing him of inciting violence against the government after last week's deadly riot at the us capitol and a house rules committee meeting tuesday. Kohl condemned the violence and called for justice for those who took part in violent acts. Cole says the president bears some responsibility for what occurred but says he will not support. Impeachment differ with my college in the majority. I do not believe there. Proposed course of action. Impeachment is the appropriate solution. I can think of no action. the can take is more likely to further. Divide the american people and by putting the country through the trauma of another impeachment. As i speak today. We're just eight days from the end of president trump's term of office next week president-elect biden will take the oath of office as the president of the united states at a time like this we should be seeking a path forward Healing a path toward healing the american people but instead majorities rushing to judgment without due process. The house wednesday began debate on an impeachment resolution against the president tribes in montana have vaccinated healthcare workers for covid nineteen and are moving forward on plans for community members. Yellowstone public radio's caitlyn nicholas reports last week the rocky boy health center which serves the chippewa cree in northern montana initiated phase two of the rocky boy covid nineteen vaccination plan misty denny the health centers public information officer says the scheduling team began calling elders age. Sixty five and older on december thirty first to schedule appointments or trying to discourage any kind of elderly patients from this show enough so they've been working diligently to contact the eligible recipients directly by phone danny says the clinic vaccinated healthcare workers from its initial shipment of two hundred doses of moderna vaccine and is using the remainder of its second shipment of two hundred doses for elders prioritizing those over seventy five with medical conditions most montana counties are still in there i roll out of the vaccine to healthcare workers who have direct contact exposure with the virus however other tribes in montana including the crow northern cheyenne black feet fort belknap indian community and the confederated salish and kootenai tribes started vaccinating elderly tribal members. This week. After completing the first phase of vaccinations all tribal members are prioritized to receive the vaccine under montana's vaccination plan native americans and montana have experienced disproportionately high rates of infection and mortality from the corona virus for national native news. I'm caitlyn nicholas. The navajo nation has connected more than seven hundred homes to the electrical grid using covid nineteen relief funds as arizona. Public radio's ryan hinds reports the navajo tribal utility. Authority is using nearly forty million dollars from last year's cares act to improve power lines grid capacity the tribe intended to bring power to about five hundred homes before the end of last year but was able to exceed. The goal is crews worked long hours over several months. It's a continuation of the light up navajo project that began in two thousand nineteen about a quarter of the fifty five thousand households on the navajo nation. Aren't connected to the electrical grid. It prevents access to running water reliable lighting heating and cooling as well as modern refrigeration and internet access the navajo tribal utility authority is also installing. Solar power systems in two hundred homes and several families have received bathroom additions in water. Cisterns using cares act funding. It's all part of a broad plan approved by the tribe in august for electrical water infrastructure and broadband projects in all the federal covid relief package allocated more than seven hundred million dollars to the navajo nation for national native news. I'm ryan hunches in flagstaff and demand. Tony gonzales
Pelosi Joins Calls to Force Out Trump With 25th Amendment
"Nancy Pelosi is urging vice President Pence and the Cabinet to use the 25th amendment to remove President Trump from office. Failing that, she says there is support within the House Democratic Caucus for an article of impeachment. Texas Democrat for Santa Gonzales admits with lust in two weeks, impeachment may be symbolic. Of House Republican Kevin McCarthy says impeaching a president with days left in his term will only divide the country. More
Washington State sues government, push for COVID vaccine uptake, and indigenous rights activist dies
"The national native news on tonia gonzales washington state attorney general bob ferguson announced. The state is suing the federal government to stop. Its plans to sell the national archives building in seattle the government which ship off digitize records to archive centers out of state as steve jackson reports. Tribal nations are among those that. Want the information to stay in the pacific northwest. Bob ferguson says. The plan violates current law. Because there's an exemption for buildings the archive being put up for sale if it's used for specific types of research in addition he says the federal government didn't consult with those who would be impacted by the closure that includes twenty nine native american tribes have signed onto the suit. Fawn sharp is the president of the chronology indian nation. She says native americans in the northwest are seeing a resurgence of language and culture and the archive is a vital source for information leading to a point of just having a basic understanding of this rich and baskets and if if this information were to ever leave the pacific northwest there would be a loss gnarly his tribal nation. It'd be lost entire at pacific northwest and put a price on a value of what those are. House at tribal nations ferguson says the suit seeks an injunction to stop the sale of the building. He hopes the case will receive an expedited hearing in federal court for national native news. I'm steve jackson reporting from spokane leaders and tribal communities are getting creative to encourage uptake of the cove. Nineteen vaccine the mountain west news bureaus savannah mar reports. The northern arapaho tribe has been hit hard by the pandemic and many tribal members are eager to be vaccinated. That's according to lisa. You're walking with the tribes medical clinic. However there are some that do have questions she says. Clinic staff have been fielding those questions via social media. And they've been getting help from arapahoe. Ceremonial elders like george moss. Who agreed to get the first shot in to have it. Broadcast live on facebook people. To have mr moss him so i can take the vaccine is speaks volumes tribes like the navajo nation had council members get vaccinated on camera. The black feet nation in montana is using the black veep language to counter misinformation and educate members about the safety and efficacy of the vaccine for the mountain west news bureau. I'm savannah mar georgina. Lewis from alabama pueblo in new mexico intends to run for congress. The five term state democratic lawmaker and attorney is joining the race for the anticipated of the first congressional district currently held by deb holland holland. Who's a member of laguna pueblo has been picked by the biden harris team for secretary of the interior. If holland's confirmed the state would call for a special election wants the. Us house vacancy occurs with candidates nominated by major political parties in new mexico on her campaign website. Lewis says she's been a tireless champion for the earth people and future generations and would continue. The fight holland began holland. Strong advocate for native american issues environmental issues and missing and murdered indigenous women and girls rancher and indigenous rights advocate carry. Dan has died in nevada. At the age of eighty eight democracy now reports kerry and her late sister. Mary long fought the federal government over land rights and environmental issues. The western shoshoni sisters were committed to protecting their way of life and the rights of their people fighting for land back and land restoration from poisoning. Their legal and political battles began in the nineteen seventies and they spent their lives advocating for indigenous rights. I antonio
Unemployment benefits set to expire as fate of COVID economic relief package unclear
"Federal unemployment benefits expired at midnight for millions of Americans struggling with the economic consequences of the pandemic still unclear whether President Trump will sign the new stimulus bill. President Trump is at his resort in Florida, still refusing to sign the covert relief bill that would provide that vital government assistance without the president's signature. Not only are the extended unemployment benefits ending, but eviction protections will expire next week. Week and because this bill is tied to a larger funding bill if the president doesn't sign the federal government will shut down on Tuesday he sees Marcy Gonzales coronavirus cases surging across the US nowhere more than in California. 20% of hospitalized covert patients in California are in the ICU. ABC. Serene Shaw has the latest from Santa Monica. Confirmed cases toppling over 18 million with over 120,000 hospitalizations in California the L. A County Department of Public Health announcing the second consecutive day of record high cova deaths. This being a sober reminder of about deadly this disease is a deadly This pandemic is On how devastating it is the families that have lost their loved ones during this holiday, California's governor, saying they're under unprecedented pressure as he became the first state exceeding two million covert cases
Lindsey Graham says Trump determined to secure $2,000 checks as COVID-19 relief bill lingers in limbo
"Unemployment benefits are expiring today for millions of Americans struggling during this Corona virus pandemic this morning, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham tweeted that he believes the president is more determined than ever to get a direct stimulus payment increase to $2000 instead of just 600. Here's more from ABC is Marcy Gonzales in $900 Billion Bill, which passed with overwhelming bipartisan support is with the president at Mar a Lago, where he spent this Christmas golfing and reiterating his opposition to the amount the bill allocates for individual stimulus payouts. Tweeting why would politicians not want to give people $2000 rather than $600? It wasn't their fault. It was China give our people the money. Democrats try to do just that. Calling a special session on Christmas. Ive to increase those checks to two Grand House Republicans immediately rejected and this morning, the president tweeted quote. I simply want to get our great people $2000 rather than the measly $600 that is now in the bill. Mr Trump also says Stop the billions of dollars in pork.
Lindsey Graham says Trump wants to increase COVID-19 stimulus package
"Unemployment benefits expiring for millions of Americans struggling with the economic consequences of the pandemic, Senator Lindsey Graham tweets. He believes the president is more determined than ever to get the direct stimulus payment increased to $2000. A bee sees Marcy Gonzales reports. The $900 billion bill, which passed with overwhelming bipartisan support is with the president at Mar a Lago, where he spent this Christmas golfing and read. Iterating his opposition to the amount the bill allocates for individual stimulus payouts. Tweeting. Why would politicians not want to give people $2000 rather than $600? It wasn't their fault. It was China give our people the money. Democrats try to do just that. Calling a special session on Christmas Eve to increase those checks to two Grand House Republicans immediately rejected it. Without the president's signature. Not only are the extended unemployment benefits ending, but eviction protections will expire next week. And because this bill is tied to a larger funding bill if the president doesn't sign the federal government will shut down Tuesday
Stimulus bill passed: checks of $600 are coming
"Covert 19 stimulus bill passed by Congress doesn't contain nearly enough relief for Californians to whether the pandemic, according to many state officials and academic experts, we get more from KCBS political reporter Doug Sovereign for those who will get it. A $600 check is nice and $300 extra in the weekly unemployment payment will help too. But it's not even close to what people need after being battered for months by the economic impact of the pandemic. Can you believe it? Van? Nothing at all, but it is not going to be enough. The economy is going to continue her bean until the summer on. We are going to need a strong plans to stop in January to put people back to work State Long Beach associate professor of finance Dr Laura Gonzales, Alana says the stimulus package does not take into consideration the higher cost of living in California. Giving people here the same amount of somebody in Mississippi or Oklahoma. On our show, the state of California. She also said it doesn't address Miria at other aspects of the pandemic that need attention, especially even greater support for small business. Too many small business owners, she said, Don't know when they qualify for more assistance and don't know how to apply to get it. She expects deeper structural reforms in a broader package of relief after Joe Biden takes office as president.
Indigenous people fight oil development
"This is national native news on tonio. Gonzales which people are seeking to stop development in the coastal plain of the arctic national wildlife refuge in alaska a sacred place foundation of their culture and way of life though seeking to protect the area are concerned about caribou other wildlife and the environment bernadette dementia with which is steering committee. This week in a statement said they'll never stop fighting equal you know. We don't allow anybody to tell us how to live to do this week. In federal court tribal plaintiffs represented by the native american rights fund sought a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction to prohibit the trump administration from approving seismic exploration and issuing leases in the coastal plain proposed to begin in january supporters of the sale including politicians seek jobs revenue and energy independence in minnesota indigenous and environmental groups are continuing to demonstrate near the mississippi river in aken county opposing construction of the end bridge line. Three pipeline this week. Nearly two dozen people were arrested. The star tribune reports indigenous and environmental groups have been giving daily updates on social media showing people standing in the way of construction including tree-sitters saying they're protecting the water and the environment they're calling on the state's governor and president elect joe biden to stop line three. The company says replacement of the oil pipeline is in dire need supporters. seek jobs and economic boost. Regulators approve the final permit on december first indigenous and environmental groups and some minnesota tribes are seeking court action as construction is expected to ramp up tribes across the country are continuing to receive cova. Nineteen vaccines this week. Five red lake tribal council members of minnesota volunteered to be the first to get the vaccine on wednesday red lake hospital. Healthcare workers will begin to receive vaccines along with staff and elders at the nursing home. Tribal leaders are working with the hospital. On vaccine plans for tribal citizens as they become available other tribal leaders are also volunteering to be among the first in their communities to receive a covid nineteen vaccine when dina league would chair of the white mountain apache tribe in arizona was vaccinated this week on wednesday. She said she feels fine. Other than a sore arm academic pueblo in new mexico began covid nineteen vaccine shots for healthcare workers. Wednesday the mescalero apache tribe in new mexico. Receive vaccines in the afternoon to vaccinate doctors nurses and other hospital staff president gave aguilar encouraged the community in a video message urging people to stay vigilant in taking precautions as they anticipate to get vaccines for the community in early. Twenty twenty one of the community. We came together. you know. we're not. We're not done yet. But i'm very proud because our numbers show for it. We're we're all doing our part to stay home. Our numbers dropping. You know for a for a few days in october numbers were like twenty a day. I think for this out to summit two a day maybe five you know. I'll be more thankful when he home. Zero tribal health programs. Urban indian organizations are getting the vaccine through the indian health service or states more than three hundred programs are on the ihs cove nineteen distribution list according to the indian health service tribes in alaska are working with the state. The tannen not chiefs conference in fairbanks alerted the community wednesday. The pfizer vaccine arrived and was being put in a freezer to store until ready for distribution.
Three tribal leaders vote as Arizona Presidential Electors
"This is national native news. I'm antonio gonzales. Three tribal leaders cast their ballot as arizona. Presidential electors monday for democrats joe biden and kamala harris governor steven rayle lewis of the. He'll river indian community chairman ned. Norris of the autumn nation and president jonathan nez of the navajo nation. Arizona's eleven presidential electors met in phoenix. After taking an oath of office signed the official certificate. A vote for president and vice president governor lewis in a video message expressed his pride taking part in what he called a historic event reflecting on the election amid the pandemic saying native people made their voices known with voter turnout and tribal communities across the st louis added. He's excited to work. With the biden harris administration biden and harris committed to native americans having a seat at the table during a meeting in october with tribal leaders in phoenix. The new vice president of the oglala sioux tribe is getting right to work leash. Musso was recently sworn into office with president. Kevin killer the lead. The south dakota tribe for the next two years. Richard to bowls has more. Dr alicia musso edged out former oglala sioux tribe president and founder of lakota nation invitational. Brian brewer for the vice presidency shall serve the tribes almost forty seven thousand members across two point. One million acres of land that consists of the pine ridge indian reservation. Musso grew up in porcupine and earned her. Phd in clinical psychology from the university of wyoming. She ran on the platform of promoting science technology engineering arts and math. We know the importance of that. We know we have that those roots in our culture and community but we need places for those people who want those careers to land. And i'm also research for myself. And i've navigated navigate that here know the difficulty season. How amazing it would be if we had our own research and training center where we were leading our own research and we were clambering with outside entities. And i think that's a possibility. During the pandemic musso says she has used her education to help native americans not only in pine ridge but natives across the country to address the myriad of social and health inequities they struggle with another goal as vice. President is to not only continue that work but to also find new ways to utilize her office for what the needs of the people are advice. President position has been a sleeping giant of a position. Right there's a lot that can happen from this office. I know the constitution. We have our constitution. And i have my duties there. But there's a lot we can do. You know and i'm a team player so i'm excited to see what we can do and especially by platform pieces iran on iran on those. Because i knew you can do things with this office. And that would be helpful for the entire tribe. Musso says she appreciates the support and is excited to find solutions for the tribe to handle the current pandemic situation that will serve well into the future in rapid city. I'm richard till's the indian health service started initial distributions of cove. Nineteen vaccines monday. Ihs facilities two of the largest tribes in the united states received first doses of the pfizer vaccine the cherokee nation and oklahoma and the navajo nation in the four corners region and minnesota healthcare workers the cass lake hospital on the leech lake reservation where among some of the first to receive the vaccine in the state the bemidji pioneer reports ten workers at the hospital were vaccinated tribal programs in urban centers have the option of receiving the vaccine from the indian health service or states the initial distribution is prioritizing health care workers and residents of long term care facilities.
Drug traffickers fuel deforestation in Central America
"To limit climate change. It's critical to protect tropical forests but fourth preservation efforts in central america face a formidable foe the illegal drug trade narko deforestation refers to deforestation. That somehow can be attributed to the activity of drug trafficking organizations bernardo aguiar gonzalez of the neo tropic foundation of costa rica's studies the problem he says u. s. crackdowns on drug smuggling have driven traffickers into protected forested areas. There they can more easily evade law enforcement then they cut down trees trucks and private planes can transport drugs in and out. You actually can put landing strips that are located in areas that would be hard to detect traffickers also clear swaths of forest for farming and ranching businesses that they create in order to launder drug money. Research shows that in protected areas of honduras. Nicaragua and guatemala between thirty and sixty percent of forest loss is likely associated with cocaine trafficking. So aguilar gonzales says drug trafficking and deforestation must be understood as interconnected problems and solve together.
2 missing after landslide, Tribal chairman reinstated, and Trudeau breaks water promise
"This is national native news. tonio gonzales. Two people were still missing. Thursday in haines alaska after landslides this week cage. Ns reports four of six people thought to be missing have been accounted for. Emergency response is underway in the community landslides triggered by rain destroyed homes and displaced community members. Local groups are among those offering assistance. The central council of clinton haida indian tribes as coordinating efforts with the choukou indian association to provide food clothing and shelter and have set up funding apps for donations. The states also working to provide additional resources and assistance to hanes the four pakistani boyne ensue tribal executive board and northeast montana reinstated the tribes suspended chairman following a december third vote yellowstone. Public radio's caitlyn. Nicholas reports during a special public board meeting attorney. Georgette blow read. Nine charges from the tribal executive board against chairman. Floyd is your lead to suspension on november fifth. His deserve the best interest of one of the charges. That chairman is your had refused to attend board meetings since august twenty fourth and another was he inappropriately tried to maintain and pay for services from a close associates construction company. Bp construction even after the board entered into litigation with the same company for failing to provide services during his response is yours at the board was being quote unfair and he denied all allegations saying he was fulfilling his role as chairman. Your pardon after hearing the charges and is yours defense. Seven of the eleven tribal executive board members voted to remove the chairman. Eight votes were required for as yours. Removal emerson young one of the board members who voted to remove your said. The board of the chairman needed to be a united front moving forward working. It is what it is now. The better people and work more work as warm. When board member patricia ironclad runs through began urging her to retract critical opinion articles. He had published about the board in the fort peck journal. The chairman stood up. Said the decision had already been made to reinstate him and left before the board adjourned. The tribal executive board will continue. It's ongoing litigation against bp construction as was reinstated as chairman immediately after the vote. I'm caitlyn nicholas. The canadian government says it will not be able to keep its pledge to lift all long-term drinking water advisories and first nations as down carpenter reports the government of prime minister justin trudeau had promised to do so by march of twenty twenty one indigenous services minister mark miller says he takes full responsibility for the broken promise. He also pledged spend more than one and a half billion dollars to make sure that the work gets done. Prime minister justin trudeau had promised during the two thousand and fifteen election campaign to all long-term boil water advisories within five years. Miller acknowledged that the original plan was an ambitious one adding that there were many reasons for the delay but he renewed the government's pledge going forward for every community with a long-term drinking water. Advisories there is a project team and an action plan in place to resolve it. What communities want is not not imposed deadline. It's a long term commitment to access to clean water for this. They need funding to support measures such as training and retention of qualified staff and support for the daily operations and maintenance activities which is critical to ensuring the lasting effects of these investments. Some first nations have set a permanent fix for their communities. Could take years so far. Awwa has helped lift. Ninety-seven long-term drinking water advisories in the past five years. More than fifty are still in place but miller says by the end of this month. The number left could shrink to twelve for national native news. I'm dan carpenter and antonio gonzalez
Lawmakers on Boston's Beacon Hill Approve Police Accountability Bill
"Lawmakers on Beacon Hill. Discussing a massive bill that would bring police reform to the base. State state rap Carlos Gonzales says the bill addresses central issues, accountability and transparency. And I am proud of the work that the black and Latino caucus address and provided the agenda to make this a reality today. I'm not all lawmakers are on board Governor Baker first of all safe He's not saying if he supports the bill or not. Instead, he says his office hasn't even talked to their lawyers about it yet. Meantime, both representative Patrick Purity of situate and Senator Dianne Jihad Leo of Methuen, say less than 24 hours isn't enough time to review or 129 Page Bill. There was discussion going on right now on Beacon Hill on that bill Compromise announced yesterday,
"gonzales" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"So where do those guys go to get access to that stuff? Great, question as well. So one thing I wanNA, put out is for a lot of the new gun owners are folks that are just kind of waiting into this industry. A helpful format is the I partnered with Brown Els Brown. Else's very well well known well, respected group within the industry to do a video series for the first time gun owner new new purchaser. Call daily defense. So you can you can see that off my youtube channel offer of Braunau's YouTube Channel but it's really important as far as like breaking the ice for a lot of people like giving them some material to start to digest and give them comfortable moving forward. So that would be one big thing that I would put out there I totally totally space that during the conversation. There's a lot of training classes that folks can look travel a little country doing training classes. You know all over the place our we're a little short this year, not the sheer but this time of year because we do a lot of our government classes at the end of the year. There's only like one or two open enrollment classes. Still folks can go to my website to check out the schedule They can the best thing to do actually go to the website because all my social media links or they're so ripe concepts dot. How is the website you can find out where you can get our shop to get the training cards you can go to our class schedule. See what other classes we have available. So couple more. More there's there's also all the blogs I, think moved about six hundred plus blogs while on the website. Yeah. So if you had a client over there, yeah. If you had a question, you can go into a search and probably find the answer pretty easily, and then of course, there's a youtube channel where you can go watch a lot that IOS. Excellent. We'll sing it all up for the guys. Hey I just want to tell you I really appreciate you I. mean you're the country as a seal what you're doing now and equipping people with what they need to be able to protect themselves as important and I value what you're doing and really appreciate your time joining us. It was my pleasure is great to get to know you I really appreciate. I'll look forward to watching your content develop over time. Thanks Jeff. My pleasure. There you go. Gentlemen my conversation with the One and only Jeff. Gonzales. I hope you enjoyed that one and I hope you're walking away with a little bit more knowledge and how to use these tools and and that's what firearms are there tools to keep ourselves, and our loved one safe to haunt to do the things that we do with them. But again, we have a responsibility to use them correctly to be proficient with these things. Owning a firearm is not enough you need to train with things and I think of no better man to go to and look into. Then Jeff, we talked a lot about his his car series that we talked about on the podcast. Definitely, go check that out as well as his blog posts and training and videos and everything else that he's going you got going on and then connect with both of us on social media on instagram twitter facebook wherever you're doing the social media thing. Let me know what you thought about the podcast. Also, if you would please, just share it, take a screen shot of your phone. With you listening to this podcast, Sharon an instagram story on facebook or wherever that goes a long way in promoting the visibility of this movement to reclaim and redeem restore. Masculinity in this society that seems to be increasingly dismissive of it. Okay. It's all I got for you. Today we're going to be back next we'll see next week tomorrow tomorrow for our ask me anything and then of course, on Friday for the fuel notes. But until then go out there, take action. Man You. Thank you for listening to the order of Man podcasts ready to take charge of your life be more of a man you were.
"gonzales" Discussed on 5-4
"That writing an opinion like that's not productive and is just GonNa make After be dismissed as being you know shriller or whatever reading rate may there could have been dissenting opinion here. That was like. Hey you know. The vast majority of the victims of domestic violence are women the vast majority of perpetrators at best excellence. Our men vast majority of cops are men and made this very gendered because it is very gender right right but she didn't do it for one reason or another random thing you know. It can't be emphasized enough. How fucking week this dissent is. You shouldn't be able to read through like a single paragraph of this without hearing Stevens callout. Scully is bullshit like Stevens. Does actual analysis that Scalia does not a standard textual technique is to look at other parts of the act and see how they used similar language and handle similar situation. He says like look there are other parts of the statue where they're able to afford police discretion clearly and so the fact that they didn't use that language here they used more mandatory sounding. Language is clearly a purposeful choice right. That's a normal techniques of textual ism and Stevens could and should be saying sating to like Scalia opinions. Yeah this point right and justice. Scalia has said right and he should be saying Shit like another example of justice. Scalia's you know like fairweather appreciation of the primacy. Should be calling him a hypocrite. It should be calling him out for being intellectually shallow. Like you lost this. Fight it seven to your descent is not going to do anything all you can accomplish with. This is de legitimize the majority yet and you have a great opportunity. This is a fucking me ball down the middle of the plate. You should kill this. Yeah I mean it's because he's acting like he's arguing against an idea and not a person Roy and right you like you need to be able to understand and present an argument that accepts that what you're arguing against is someone who has biases and ideology and preferences political and otherwise and make him confront hypocrisy. Here I'm not saying it would change Scalia's opinion. I doubt it would but make him look at it. Make him address it. Readers of the opinion of your descent aware of it and he doesn't do it. He acts like the ideas just float out of scalise. Mind free form and not like they're being presented by a invitingly ideological person may exactly we obviously make a lot of jokes in this podcast? And it's it's a big part of it but we want especially in this case to sort of center the very human experience of Jessica. Alice yeah like I said at the top. I really wanted to be able to treat just Gonzales. And her children In this episode with care. And when you look Jessica Gonzales actually She's dedicated her life. Since this case to pursuing a lot of reform to protect survivors of domestic violence and police reform in that kind of thing. And so I think we can wrap this episode up actually by highlighting Some of Jessica. Gonzales says words so In an interview she was asked why she thought this case all the way to the Supreme Court and She said this. Because I WANNA make sure that no parent ever to go through the pain that I went through. I WanNa make sure that police are ultimately accountable for doing their jobs. We rely on the courts and the police for protection against violence. A restraining order is the only legal alternative offered for protection against domestic violence. Supposedly police function is to serve and protect if the laws claimed purpose to protect is a fraud. We should know that if the police will take no action to enforce an order protection than women need to know this before we go through the process and make our stalker or abuser even angrier Okay so next. Episode is Kilo the city of New London. A case about eminent domain. The right of the government to seize your property and just give you the fuck middle finger about it and very face because we will be opposing the liberal majority. Yeah they suck ass to. We hate them all. It's a it's a bad decision. Liberals are bad and we're smarter than them to five four is presented by Westwood One and prologue projects. This episode was produced by Kacha Cova with editorial oversight by Leeann Nathan Clark and Andrew. Parsons Artwork is by teddy blinks at chips and why in our theme song is by spatial relations from the Westwood. One podcast network..
"gonzales" Discussed on 5-4
"These matters and I think what he does is conflict the issue of whether police have any discretion with whether they have discretion under this law in this circumstance to choose whether or not they feel like enforcing the restraining order right. You Know I. It's sort of obvious that police have some discretion right. They have limited resources right. You can only do so many things at once. They have to make decisions about their priorities. But that's not what's happening here. A situation where police did literally nothing rather than take any steps to locate this woman's husband and her children who had cat right exactly. It's not a close case. It's really now although this might be a good point to note that this is a seven to two decision and we're going to get into this in a minute. People Brier and suitor to of these extensively liberal justices are just outright terrible and criminal law cases. And this is a fucking greedy example. Yeah and so. Scalia polls like another empty rhetorical little trick here where he keeps saying that it can't possibly be required for police to arrest someone if they don't know where that person is like. That's not the question. The question is whether they have to arrests buddy. It's whether they have to take reasonable steps to arrest somebody right. You can kind of argue about what that means in practice Khalil. Like kinda takes that argument up in the opinion but it doesn't mean like going to dinner right doesn't mean ending your shift and piecing out and not doing anything so without like going into every detail. A large part of the majority opinion here. A large part of scalise treatment is predicated upon the obviously false premise. That the police obligation in question is to arrest the person rather than doing what the law says which is take reasonable steps to arrive. Yes like maybe go to the fucking amusement park exactly. What he said was that just seeing his car is there you know. And its underlying all this is the fact that like look even if you grant that. There is a history of police. Discretion like the entire fucking purpose of the statute is to eliminate that discretion to help combat violence against women. Children right like the reason this movement is happening in the eighties and nineties is not because domestic violence just appeared like nineteen seventy eight going on for a while the problem. That's trying to be addressed here is that there's been no redress for victims of domestic violence up to this point because cops don't take them seriously. Those grains exact and there's something so obscene here because Scalia ignores the text which he usually focuses on they may also ignores the intent of the law. So what else? If you want to change the law. Are you supposed to do you write the law? That you have to enforce restraining orders you are doing it explicitly for that purpose and the courts still says well. No that's not how we're GONNA interpret it because you used to not have to do this and recession important rights because reactionaries on the court US history as a weapon and S. Progressives are jet like you know generally speaking fighting against norms and traditions. That they believe are inequitable and the conservative position is not just that those norms and traditions are valuable but there is wisdom in tradition itself and that is carried down through generations and it manifests itself in modern norms and the others comes up in other contexts. Scalia has often argued or I shouldn't say has often argued often argued cozy dead. Scalia often argued that gay rights are not constitutionally protectable. Because there's a long history of people disliking gay people in the United States that would fundamental argument under the Fourteenth Amendment that he made and here you have him saying that the long tradition of police doing whatever the fuck they want is so important that it outweighs the clear language an intense of a law as absurd and like detached from history as it sounds reactionaries in many ways believed that change itself is fundamentally dangerous. Yeah that's absolutely right Dole weaponize history in a very specific and intentional way. So just like when they're using legal rhetoric in a specific way. They're gonNA use history in a way where like there's a completely opposite argument for how history could be weaponized here to come out with the exact opposite result but here. Scalia acts like Oh you just look at history and the result is obvious but actually he's making a choice. He's choosing to see history as the one where police are given broad discretion. And so we shouldn't. We shouldn't stray from but he's choosing not to think critically about the long history of you know women and children getting murdered by men and the Colorado legislature trying to do something about that. But I guess the women and children murder is too important tradition to Scalia to to let go a long history of leading rain husbands Rule over their family with the threat of violence. I mean that's exactly what the actual history and in play right and I mean we have during various episodes of this. Podcast talked about the use by the judges of doctrines and like norms of of statutory interpretation or constitutional interpretation. And why they're not real or why we don't believe they should be regarded as being useful and This is a great example because Scalia is textual ISM guy this he is a guy who really took statutory interpretation and turned it into a methodical process where you look at the text. I rather than the intent of the legislatures I and he is completely ignoring it. Here for an incredibly hollow reason and when a piece like this drops it should be the fucking end of the discussion with respect to this man's intellectual integrity or consistent and it just gets glossed over. It's it's frustrating to read this sort of thing and when you like law professor is teaching class and other case they'll be like also release the textual Aski- right and no. He's not he just finds it useful in many of his laces and he'll discard it when it's not as in preparation for this case. I busted up my old Legislation and Regulation Textbook. Because it's got a nice appendix where it's got all the rules of interpretation yet editora- interpretation and I was looking for one but I found this other than even was in here but this is a textual rural grammar and syntax rules. And this is like right. In Scalia's wheelhouse may the key word may is usually predatory and connotes decision making discretion while shall is usually mandatory in suggests less discretion. The question at the heart of this case was whether the word shall granted police discretion and may dictionary which Scalia loves in this the rules of statutory interpretation that Scalia loves all say that actually the word shout suggests no discretion in Scalia as well. That's not really what I think. Though so I read this case in law school twice actually for two classes. I read it for Fourteenth Amendment and I read it for Civil Rights Litigation and the way that it's taught like is just like this is or is not procedural due process right Here's the argument for why. That's the rule like there's no question of Lake we dissect but isn't this completely anathema to what. Scalia is known for her to what he says he's doing he's interpreting legislation. You know there's no critical treatment of it when we're discussing the case too like fucking future lawyers and judges. Scalia makes another point which I want to bring up quickly. It's a very technical point but it's so stupid that I have to address it. He says it's unclear whether it restraining order is a quote property interests under the fourteenth amendment because most property interests have a readily ascertainable monetary value. And this doesn't Doesn't really explain what he means by this. But this does have readily ascertainable value. The the value of a restraining order is roughly. What it would cost you to hire a private company to enforce it right first of all. It's a real thing you can do. Second of all. It's like a real value like you can't just look at something like this which is essentially a contract between this woman and the state and say well. There's no way to put a price tag on that such a shallow needless argument that he obviously gave very little thought to. It's less important than the point about police discretion but it just goes to how fucking little he cares about this shit when it comes to reaching the conclusion he wants to reach yeah and how results oriented it is right like he has the conclusion. I and is going to fashion. Whatever RIDICULOUS LEGAL ARGUMENT FOR GETTING THERE? It's also lovely because like early. In the opinion he quotes the descent. Saying like look the way the majority is coming out with. This is going to render domestic abuse. Restraining orders utterly valueless and he says that's hyperbole calling this valueless is right within like goes to great lengths to argue that like well. It has no monetary value and it doesn't actually confer any meaningful rights on you and you don't have any enforceable actions you can take against the police but calling valueless. That's ridiculous right like that's a really nothing nothing from it but it's certainly not all right. Let's put a hold on this and go to a quick add..
"gonzales" Discussed on 5-4
"It will do. We'll be useful here. Okay so up top. I just wanted to know For listeners kind of upfront. That the facts of this case are really difficult. It's a horrific case and I want to make sure that we treat this case with the care that it warrants Care that was clearly not afforded to this case into the plaintiff by the highest and most powerful legal institution that we have in this country for me like when I was prepping this case I was thinking about how sometimes like dealing with difficult facts like this means that I get with my to Buds Peter and Michael and we laugh and we make fun of this stuff because it's a way to cope and I think sometimes like levity is a way of Subtly undermining just a little bit the seriousness and the difference that were supposed to give to the supremes If we couldn't joke and laugh about it I would punch a fucking hole in my wall. Like there's only two emotional states to be in with this and it's like angry but laughing at like the absurdity of it and like maybe getting your anger out by you know being mean to the pieces of Shit. Who cited as opinion or just like raging out uncontrollably. Because it's fate fucking awful so yeah it makes me think too of Toni Morrison. I don't know if you guys have ever heard this bet. Twenty and said she started writing because she realized that she needed to be the one to write the books that she wanted to read. No one else was writing books that she wanted to read and so she was like fuck it. I'll do it myself and so I look around and I kind of want to make the podcast that no one else is making and today. That is a podcast episode where we rip apart the evilness and the stupidity that our legal system enacted on Jessica Gonzales in the wake of a tragedy that was absolutely preventable so The facts of the case just a little bit of legal background and kind of the statutory context so vow Wa. The Violence Against Women Act is passed in nineteen ninety four after really massive grassroots campaigns and organizing by women's rights groups and abroad network of organizations including advocates for survivors of sexual assault and intimate partner violence prosecutors and law enforcement agencies excetera throughout the eighties and early nineties there organizing and finally valid gets passed an valid pass because local governments and these organizations are saying we need guidance from the federal government to affect you wait. A justice structure a justice mechanisms. That's responsive to what we're seeing on the ground which are massive issues with domestic violence so if anyone rescue when society American society started to do anything serious about domestic violence. You can say nineteen ninety-four. Yes thank God for Joe Biden in in the years immediately following the passage of our states and local governments adopt similar or even more protective statutes to try and address domestic violence in their jurisdictions And so it's in this legal context that just Gonzalez's case comes to the Supreme Court. So what happened It's May nineteen ninety nine and Jessica Gonzales obtains a temporary restraining order against her estranged husband. Simon Gonzales this all happens in the town of Castle rock which is in Douglas County Colorado. She obtains temporary restraining order because she says that Simon has been acting erratically and violently even though they're split up he has been stalking her continuously stalking her and her three daughters Just a violent and scary harassment behavior from Simon So the temporary restraining order says quote he shall not enter the family home and shall remain at least one hundred yards away from this location at all times and in fact The Judge Makes Special. Finding that goes into the temporary restraining order. And that finding says that quote physical or emotional harm would result if Simon was not excluded from the home so Jessica. Gonzales has demonstrated a lot that Her exhusband is dangerous to her and her daughters about ten days later after she gets the temporary restraining order the restraining order is made permanent by the Colorado State Court and she's also granted sole physical custody of Their three daughters Simon Gonzales permitted a prearranged Lake Midweek dinner visit with the girls and alternate weekend visits but otherwise they live with Jessica at their home on June. Twenty second just over two weeks after the restraining order is made permanent. Simon kidnaps the girls from their front yard. Where they're playing and at that point When Jessica Gonzales realizes that her daughters are missing. She makes a first of many phone calls to the police at about seven thirty. Pm and the police come over to the house She shows them the restraining order. And she asked that it be enforced. She says my daughters are missing My Ex husband is dangerous and I want my kids to be returned to me immediately in response to that. The police true to the form that I know police to be operating no-can-do Let's just see if you're crazy. Violent ex husband brings them back by ten. Pm. Right it's weird that the police would Side with the abusive husband in that case. I wonder I wonder what's going on there. I still the police leave her house. she gets a hold of Simon on his cellphone and he says that he and the girls are at an amusement park in Denver. She calls the police back and tells them this is where they are at the museum park. Here's a vehicle description. Please go look for them there. Please return my children to me The police again say there is nothing we can do Wait and see if he comes back with them at ten from the seems like there's something they could do to throw it out there you know. Maybe this band relevant. You're thinking that they could maybe go to the amusement park. Yes in look for the fucking rocket science or something. Andrew seems just okay so ten. Pm COMES and goes at ten ten. She calls the police again. This is her third call and says my children are still missing at this point. She is told Ma'am how about we wait till midnight. Then look these people getting absolutely no help from the police. She goes herself to Simon's apartment and realizes that nobody is there at about midnight. She calls the police station again and she's told to wait for an officer to arrive at an officer will be sent out to. Simon's apartment to meet her there. Nobody ever shows up so she drives herself to. The Police. Station arrives there at about twelve fifty. Am and she files an incident report on the spot. Now the officer who took the incident report this officer you would think okay Just got like all this information of a series of ours and phone calls and Missing for great missing exactly well. That officer who took the report doesn't do anything and in fact this is noted in the opinion he just He went on break. I guess and did his shift and went to dinner. Ma'am I realize your kids are missing. But it's it's one. Am I gotta grab a bite to eat at the time over here the station? Exactly the Denny's groping and got my heart set on moon over Miami. It's five percent off police officers. Ma'am Trae I gotTA BE HEADING OVER THERE. Real quick on the minute like they're gonNa be at the fucking twenty four hour diner okay so then at a few hours later. Three Twenty eight am Simon. Gonzales drives to the police station and opens fire on the building at the police. With a gun. He purchased earlier that evening. A police shootout ensues. The police are shooting back at him and the result is that Simon Gonzales killed When the police go up to the car to look over his body and investigate they realize that three girls are in the car and that they were already killed earlier by Simon. Yeah so Jessica. Gonzales sues the state under title forty two section nineteen eighty three of the United States Code Statute that allows individuals to sue the states for a civil rights violations. What she alleges that the polices willful failure to enforce the restraining order was a violation of fourteenth amendment right to due process. Yeah the due process provisions protects quote life liberty and property. So there's a question of whether the right to have a restraining order. Enforced counts under the constitution as a property interest rate and what counts as a property interest under the. Fourteenth Amendment is pretty broad. It's not limited to tangible property. Bottom line is that it's anything that a person would be entitled to so the court throughout this opinion is constantly referring to whether or not she has a property interest in the restraining order. But you can sort of ignore those semantics The question is whether she's entitled under Colorado Law to the enforcement of restraining order right and the relevant Colorado law is a nineteen ninety-four bill designed to target domestic violence in part by ensuring that police are compelled to enforce restraining orders and this opinion and Scalia holds. That Gonzales was not entitled to the enforcement of the restraining order primarily because enforcement is generally considered to be optional for the police and therefore you can't be relied on as an entitlement by a citizen right and in addressing how incorrect that is. I think it's important that we talk about the text of the Colorado Law. Yeah raining order itself that's important. There's a really brilliant legal scholar by the name of Antonin Scalia or go to the text. That's where we are going to be right there. So the law says that police quote shall use every reasonable means to enforce this restraining order and quote. Now I don't know how you guys read that but to me that seems to suggest some sort of affirmative obligation on the police to enforce the order uses. The words shall which is the word that God used in the Ten Commandments. So I think that's that sounds pretty clear to me. There was also. It should be noted some legislative history. That's relevant here. The sponsor of the bill stated that under the law quote police must make probable cause arrests for these reasons. The court below had ruled in favor of Jessica. Cazalet saying of course. She's entitled to enforcement of the restraining order. It says so right here in the law. So how does Antonin Scalia? The Guy who thinks that the text of the law is the guiding light to its interpretation who literally led a movement to centralize the text of the law in statutory interpretation. Get around this extremely clear text. He does it by saying that the text can be ignored because there is a well established tradition and quote of police. Being able to choose whether or not they enforce the law. Right Guy Smart all right soon. They don't WANNA lose my cool too early in this episode and says that the tradition is well established. But he doesn't really site a lot in respect to string state of like Oz Prem- court cases and circuit court cases in State Supreme Court cases. Going back a hundred years or some shit like he doesn't cite a lot in support of it at all In fact he really decided I think once the court case again the languages quote that the police shall use every reasonable means to enforce this restraining order and Scalia agrees that it's clear what he's saying is yeah. That seems to suggest that they have to do this. But we think the history of police discretion these matters outweighs what the text says literally the opposite of what he suggests doing in almost every other case exact. I will say one thing though before we move on to tearing his argument apart if what he's saying is that there's a well established tradition of police ignoring the plight of citizens for no other reasons than their own laziness and selfishness. I completely agree He's got it right. Tradit- that's right. So what he does is play a series of what I think are just empty rhetorical games. Yeah he says that the Supreme Court in the past has recognized. The police officers have some discretion..
"gonzales" Discussed on 5-4
"Welcome to five to four where we dissect and analyze the court cases that have weakened America like rust. Slowly eating steel beam. I am Peter. Twitter's the law boy and I am here with Michael. Everybody and reenact high and we are all corona virus quarantine remote from our closets. What a terrible world we all live in but we will never let it. Stop us from podcasting about the law. That's right that's right. Today's Cases Castle rock fee Gonzales. A case that features two of my least favorite things in the world procedural technicalities and the brutal murder of innocent children know pertain. This case is I think maybe the most tragic and poignant in a long line of cases in the Supreme Court and other courts that have allowed police officers and police departments to escape any legal responsibility even in cases where their actions are grossly negligent and lead directly to the loss of human life for the issue. Here simplifying little bit is whether the police are liable under the Fourteenth Amendment's due process clause when they don't even attempt to enforce a restraining order involving a rather insane husband shall we say break into the semantics but the real question.
"gonzales" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Gonzalez Gonzales is weak we cannot do that and that hurt you I would say that's just hurtful moment I would say that's a mental error but I heard yeah it's not a medal but yeah you know you had a Chris Chris brought up what was left of your heart as bright as a while I don't even think it was just me as a Yankees fan I think was all of New York but a lot of the world for the first time was actually pulling for the New York Yankees because of what happened in two thousand and one in New York City for a for me being a huge forty Niners fan you saw the meme where it's the Niners posing in the end zone in the fourth quarter the Superbowl like also does like at twenty twenty is gonna be my year man well once again I do wanna thank Brian Reese for being on the show we appreciate that I mean like I got to live out a moment that only only a select few actually get to the witness so props to him and we look for to see him as an assistant coach at Illinois state but mental error we want to go to your phone calls well with the mental errors that drove you nuts in sports eight eight eight say ESPN gym in Alabama your own can be non rich a gym I got the one that I remember because I was a unfortunately as a kid and I grew out of it the Dallas Cowboys fan when I was seventy nice stuff but Jackie Smith dropping a touchdown in the end zone during the Super Bowl against the Steelers wide open one of the sale the gang complete you know mental error his lawyer both you said a man that's a good one not intrude main you're on Camino rich what's up man thank you very what about this yesterday too and I can't believe nobody mentioned this yet Leon Lett the medical error while you're out of the quarterback to get out of what they were gonna come behind international call you in the end zone but we played the Dallas Cowboys Leon let's have a couple of moments in his career a great player but Leon Lett had like more than one bows a moment that was just on the biggest stage he could look back and laugh because the cowboys what the bills that you're but still don Beebe catcher never those eight yet you still see currently it's whatever you wanna call yeah you don't want to be on this list again the physical errors that they're gonna happen you know the bill Buckner's Rawlins someone who drops a pass that's in but that that's gonna happen that's unfortunate that's just the name of the game but the mental ones on a big stage are the ones that hurt the most because they could have been avoided John in Long Island what's up man could be no rich are you guys doing what up Hey all right though the Mets fan I'm sure I know you guys remember that back in the day when Banyak biology with you out you've been to baseball I was that they gain drugs absolutely not absolutely freaking nuts that's hysterical see that clip like looking back it didn't mean Jack diddly squat right but but at the moment at the moment what a that's a brain shark you know it really is like a professional ball player he wasn't the only guy I know there's been several field that Albert in Brooklyn convene on Richard seven range chart what about when Matt Dodd you part yeah I've been bald John Johnson what was done thank you with their son Jackson was the only person on earth they didn't want to get the ball with the jets and giants doubles game that was yeah that's if you're a giants fan that's the gate that's the non postseason game to make sure I pull your hair R. J. Barrett Arkansas I'm sorry J. P. oneself you know I'm I'm here these new guys bringing up great ones we brought up with you already the end you know maybe because it's the most recent are mine but the J. R. Smith one might be the biggest just because of lebron's reaction to build a broad like hands out his reaction was so organic and natural in in you know in professional sports you never want to show up your teammates yeah but even the Brian who's the most most confessional couldn't hold back man J. R. Smith runs into the liquor store he grabs a bottle Hennessy comes back we all seem to me I love it you don't like that might be I don't know if it's because the freshest in my mind but that one's to me is the worst all right well you're listening to Camino and rich on ESPN radio and ESPN apple got more your feedback on a Sunday next right here coronaviruses changed what we once knew is normal but.
"gonzales" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
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"gonzales" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Always explosions and they're kind of in the bunker kind of thing it's like more of a journey toward the action But Black Hawk down did a really good job of the tension and it's kind of like where they're on this mission and then they have to go through this you know in Somalia and then like they're getting attacked and in terms of like the comparison of tension that I I felt throughout the one thousand. Nine hundred seventeen is why. I'm comparing it to Black Hawk down because there was just constant tension throughout the film meter. Know what's going to happen. You don't know if someone's going to die and you know there's a lot more explosions in that one but I think the same feeling God of the uneasiness and not feeling comfortable watching watching it. is why I'm comparing it to nineteen seventeen. Absolutely I totally get that. And as long as we're GONNA site war movies I might as well bring up saving private Ryan Which of course I I think a good comparison mainly because of this is a? There's one small mission in the middle of this big giant war and focusing in on you know just the the personal journey for the characters Which of course is a I think a a much better way to tell a you know a war story because I mean we? We know the big the overall picture. It's great to to focus in on these characters on their stories and what they're going through and That's where you really get some really the interesting movies out of and of course saving private Ryan is incredible version of that. I haven't actually seen it since Since opening weekend back when it first came came out and I think ninety eight I remember correctly but you know it's a great movie. Yeah I love. I've seen it quite a few times but I haven't seen it. I think thinking a few years it might need a rewatch. Yeah so what do you have next. Those were actually all the ones that I had. Okay I have I have two more so I this one's kind of silly but I Have Tom Tom Cruise running supposedly in various movies. Most recently mission mission impossible fall out in the the The rooftop scene but certainly in many other movies over the years George. George McKay is coming for eight. Tom Cruise I know we should cast him as the after after these next to get them in there for the next. The next can start running Tom. So yeah I'm cruiser. Writing is the first of the final two pieces and the last one. I don't normally say documentaries. But Peter Jackson's they shall not grow old from a couple of years ago. I think would would make a great companion piece with this. Just kind of you know we were talking earlier. About how with the the whole one shot thing you know really takes you behind the scenes. You see people just kind of living in that war zone and you know just the kind of mundane stuff. That's happening back there as they're walking through the the base and all that stuff and I think there's not grow did a really incredible job by using all of that actual footage Of showing what you know exactly what life was like back there so someone actually suggested that one to me as well and I need to watch it. I haven't watched it and I'm surprised I haven't so it's definitely going to D- yeah it's definitely GonNa be on my Watchlist pretty soon. Because I need to watch that ZAP. I think yeah I think you'll love it. It's it's really one of the best documentaries I've seen in the last few years and especially as a war Fan Dan war movie Fan. I think you'll really enjoy it So all right. Let's do finish puzzle. We'll get into any closing thoughts. We have on nineteen seventeen We taught Abou- Bladerunner Twenty Forty Nine Birdman the revenue and we were soldiers. Done Kurt Black Hawk Down Saving Private Ryan Brian. Tom Cruise running movies. They shall not grow old and children of men all right. So do you have any other thoughts. It's one thousand nine hundred nineteen I. I'm sure yeah and I think I just WanNa say because they think sometimes especially in the most recent years with social media and everything I think when a film is highlighted for better or worse people will go in with so Stott's into the film and kind of you don't see the movie for what it is you see it for what people are saying. It is and I think that especially with this one because I think people are GonNa be like. Oh another war film like why isn't another war of you know and I really hope that you can go in with an open mind. Forget what people have said. I know it's kind of hard when you're on social media all all day but and I'm guilty of that too but I think just go in with an open mind kind of put yourself in those situations I always enjoy and just enjoy it like as a cinematic experience because like Roger Deakins is a legend like watch his work. You know like the reality versus like the cinema like it's just amazing In kind of really tried to connect with those stories. And if you can't I mean I'm not GonNa you can't be forced to but I think also a With war films. I always go down in the wikipedia hole and try to research more about it and I think that's maybe what Sam Mendes was trying to do because he was it was an ode to his grandfather other and the stories that he told. And you know the the the men that he wouldn't you know he he was fighting and I think we need to remember that In kind of I don't know I think that's just kind of what I take away. I mean some people might just be like. I don't WanNa Watch war film and that's fine but I just hope that people can kind of give it a go in with an open mind because I know when there's the awards hype and stuff you kind of want it swayze away from wanting to watch it because you're like oh it's overrated whatever. Just try to go on with an open mind because it really is an amazing film and I hope it doesn't take away from what they were able to do. Yeah I I agree and I think just to my my last thought on it and it really goes right along with what you're just saying there is With the awards hype and stuff like that. I feel like a lot of people when you you know like we got to the Globes a few weeks ago and I think everybody had a dog in the fight. It's like they either wanted you know once upon a time and they want you know para say or you know they have these movies out there like so said on and then all of a sudden nine hundred seventeen comes in starts cleaning up and so maybe that kind of you know creates a little bit of You you know a little bit of a backlash situation and I. It really shouldn't because you know this is just a a movie. That has a lot of really really talented people putting together something. That's really interesting it hasn't you know hasn't been done quite like this. You know and so it's really something worth check it out. I think yeah I definitely think so too because I love war films and sometimes it can get a little bit Where you see the same kind of thing or they do do it Some people try to take a stab at it and it's not as you know well made but this one really kind of just took it to the next level so I'm excited to see the next generation war films and what they're going to try to do to really put their Salmon just kind of set the bar high at this point in two thousand seventeen so although there filmmakers out there have there You know work cut up. Cut Out for them and how they're going to kind of top this war film but I'm excited as a war John or a fan to Kinda see where it goes now with with With with the entrance of nineteen seventeen in what it was able to achieve one last thought. I can't forget to mention. Thomas Newman score a- as wild as a composer I honestly fell is a little too always present. I feel like I should maybe maybe pulled back a little here and there but other than that. I mean it's so beautiful. The work that he's doing this film like some of his best. Honestly yeah and I think sometimes sometimes when it's really good you don't notice in some ways I don't know if that makes sense because it's just so because I know I've noticed when it's doesn't fit and it's very distracting and you're like what well you know. What are you doing and I think in this one it was just the right moments and I need to watch it again to kind of see If it was a little bit too pressing like you mentioned I can't remember right now l. but I do like it was really good like I think it's GonNa be. It's GonNa be a good one to listen to on its own. I think I think it's going to be a really great score. The album the just throw on and listen to. Yeah I mean I was running yesterday and I put on was the Nike. uh-huh from game of thrones so I love a good film score to to run to kind of mellows me out. Which is I? Guess if you're film venue understanding if you're not you're like you're weird but I prefer listening to soundtracks and music scores than you know other music. I just got done doing that for like a month. Straight while researching my best scores hours of the decade episode and so I was listening to nothing but scores at the gym and some of them were pretty weird while I'm lifting weights and stuff so I think that about does it for one thousand nine hundred seventeen. Have you seen any other movie recently. Like to recommend to our listeners. Even though I'm kind of mixed and I'm actually going to write my review today because I've been sitting on it if you're a fan of bad boys bad boys to do recommend watching bad boys three. I think it was is fun It definitely needed a little bit more finesse which but I think seeing will Smith and talking about the cinematic experience Just movie going. And he was at the heyday in the nineties and two thousands and it was really fun to see him and Martin Lawrence again and their chemistry. They I would believe anything they I do so I think if you just WanNa have a good time In kind of zone out a little bit and just see a cool action film that go watch bad boys three well. I'm probably going to do that later today. So I'm I'm looking forward to it so this was great. Thank you so much for being here when he told people where they you find you and your work on line yes so you can find me at things. Cat loves and not see on twitter and instagram. And then you can find all all our writings and things at shuffle online dot net and you can follow us on twitter and instagram. At Shuffle online awesome. Well thank you so much for being here again and I. I'd love to have you again sometime. Hopefully in a movie that we see within the same month at least I don't have to keep you waiting so long. Yeah yeah definitely. There's a lot coming that I'm excited four so we can definitely find something I think. Beautiful.
"gonzales" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Nine Maria Gonzales Martinez sixty one Raymond Rodriguez sixty eight David Davis is with the homeless persons health project with the county homeless people are very vulnerable and in danger of dying on the streets at Harvey west park Jennifer Hodges KCBS skyrocketing rents in San Francisco are impacting more than just residences KCBS is not bigger reports a well known domestic violence a drop in center was nearly forced out had it not been for a generous grant from the city after years of moving from office to office the casa de las Madres domestic violence counseling center has a new permanent home here in the mission well I have to pinch myself on a regular basis executive director Cathy blacks as they were looking at rent payments that were astronomical before the city came in with a million dollar offer of assistance I don't have to worry about the end of the lease or the person who comes after me doesn't have to worry about the end of a lease that we have room to grow here mayor London breed declared this official la casa de las Madres day in San Francisco breed says the city sees about three thousand domestic violence cases every year we want to make sure that not only are people held accountable who were or are victimizing people but that the survivors get the support and the resources they need in the mission in San Francisco Matt Bigler KCBS unconfirmed bomb threat has led officials to shut down San Francisco State University and evacuate the campus right in the middle of finals week the campus police department says it evacuated one residential building as well it was the second threat as the public into the public university in recent weeks and one person has been arrested after a driver rammed a police car in Oakland police say it started when they tried to stop a driver suspected in an armed robbery on Burkhalter police say the driver rammed a police car and started a grass fire officials were able to arrest that driver who they say was armed the fire was quickly put out just ahead on KCBS until morning with the bid for safer streets in the new year this has been a pretty horrible year to be a a pedestrian in San Francisco good night to be a driver we have traffic and weather together in freak Munich is watching your dreads well we still have plenty of raw brake lights on the roadways seein plenty of places for begins with a new stole being reported just before you get into the call the cops tunnel this is in Oakland you found twenty four before tunnel road that stole in the far left flame this traffic report the is sponsored by the extension temporal scanner thermometer where do we begin the in terms of slow traffic well we can begin on highway ninety two where we have report of an accident although no details as to what it is and what one is being blocked but you were seeing slow traffic on westbound ninety two the begins right at skyline Boulevard and continues out to Lee most farm east bound ninety two absolutely jam coming off of highway one as well if you see what the that probably is there give us a call the case to be a phone fourth number is four one five three nine one KCBS.
"gonzales" Discussed on Bad Science
"In this episode is about kong skull island and you know the movie was okay for me but i really did like the name kong skull islands like it sounds really the cool and so i came up with a list of names that are really similar but they could be competition shows so for example gong skill island so in this game show show people go to an island of course and they ring a bunch of gongs and we see who the most skilled gong player isn't that person wins okay. Here's another one bombed skunk island island. We put the sticky icky hist nar budge into a bong people smoke it. Whoever can hander shit more wins the prize and it's all on an the island of course then we have tongs steak island. This is just a about moving stakes from one to another using tongs on an island and napper's. I wins and then there's long short island. People have to recognize whether something is in their opinion long or short. That one's a little more boring pong slam island. That's that's <hes>. Just people are playing ping pong. Whoever gets more slams or spikes <hes> will win that game regardless of the points of the game and then of course there's dong skeet skeet island which i don't think needs to be explained. I think you get exactly what that means so. If you like any of those let me know or if you have any other titles. <hes> let me know email. Tell me and enjoy the episode did the movie right science or will <music> hi. Everybody welcome to bad science. I'm even edinburgh and today we're talking about. Cong- long skull island from twenty fourteen one is seventeen. Thanks i did not look it up. <hes> that's actually when it went into production with fourteen. Oh okay right so that's correct. <hes> with us is a very good friend of mine that i've wanted on the podcast for awhile it's actor comedian and writer marcos gonzalez is thank you for having me a modest wanted to give us an intro in that in that classic spanish accent that you oh hello my name is monica gonzales and i am here to talk about gung rhode island even though apparently wait. I'm outta goes and joining us. Once again is anthropologist and primatology so from our recent episode on godzilla. It's natalia regan. Allow how are you. I'm doing great to be here good to see you again. Yeah back back to what i do. Primates audio we are mining the gold here and the gold is made up of a big gorilla. Yes it is i mean it's yeah yeah i mean kong is originally a large gorilla but what's interesting about this incarnation of king. Kong is <hes> congas bipedal for most of it. Oh you know he's not an uncle walker and so there's a lot of science. That says that can't happen <hes> i. Oh sorry the excuse me. I got behind primates. A lotta non-human primates are quadrupedal they walk on forelegs orlands instead of two so humans walking on two legs accepted like daytona beach on spring break on four legs puke <hes> they're usually on to likes. That's that's how do we were bipedal and the great apes chimpanzees bonobos gorillas and orangutans. We'll get by people they can but not habitually they generally are walking on all fours or in the trees they can break gate which means that sorta swinging motion that you see <hes> and so that i noticed this song yeah this commonly com in like you know it's interesting because like humans can break it. We can swing but if you notice your arms get tired really fast. It's because we're built differently than these non human primate great apes they are built to be top heavy so they can swing that they don't.
"gonzales" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And the Astros definitely had a winning record. So we'll see sometimes those kinds of numbers and they can be deceiving. But that's pretty stark. That is a big difference. Rasco throws and Marlin Gonzales takes ball one outside. And I think it is fair question with all the pedigree of Cleveland, a great year they had last year so close to a world championship two years ago. This season. They won ninety one games and beat up against a very bad American League central. They were game under five hundred against everybody else outside their division for the full season. Here's a swing and a miss on the slider. It is one and one was talking to Jeff Luna the jam the Astros. And I asked them that issue. And I said you're looking at the American League with so many bad teams this year. Is it fair to say that team's one five more games than normally would? And he said, yeah, he said, I think I would put the number pretty close to that. So that would take the from ninety one team basically eighty five win team. One one pitch Gonzales fouls went off to the left out of play. And account is wanted to Gonzales. And and you look we have a league you have three hundred win teams right now with Red Sox Yankees and Astros. But subtract buy from them. And again, they're all still ninety five to one hundred win teams. But I think we do have to make that. Differential to understand that there were some bad teams this year in the American League. Harass go come set Gonzales batting left handed and he swings away. Pops. One foul straight back out of play set the target in the pitch did not come in grass. Go Mr. spot the got away with it. Still wanted to Mara Gonzales became the only player in major league history to play twenty games at first second short and left field this year that had never been done before in the history of the sport showing.
"gonzales" Discussed on Mike Drop
"Yeah, absolutely. Anything else you want to. Offer in terms of what you guys provider or talk about or plug? Well, I mean, we do a lot. That's that's kind of nutshell. I mean, folks can certainly reach out to me. I mean, they can follow me on social media. There's my work and everybody find your both website social media if they want they want your courses or you out to absolutely if you we are travel classes. If you're interested, you go to try to concepts dot com. You'll learn about my travel classes. We travel all over the country will four classes the rest of the year, maybe five. And then if you're here in Texas in particularly in central Texas area, you come down to the range at Austin. That's the range, Austin dot com. Social media, you know, you can go to Facebook just Google me. My Instagram account, I think is j. l. underscore Gonzales thing. I'm Jeff l. Gonzales on Twitter and we do do a lot of social media engagement. We don't do the best of playing a game catch up, but I do try to get more actively involved in the social media stuff. All right. Well, good shit. Well, again, I, you know, I appreciate you coming up here. Yeah, it's been a good talk. All you know, it's always good to catch up. That's no doubt. I appreciate that too, or the Mike, and I know you got a busy schedule, so I appreciate the hell out of you. One last thing for for everybody and you wanna add, Mike, they think. Think I mean, we can go another few. I know trust me. I know. I know trust me I was looking at the watch and I'm like, oh shit. I still drive ahead of me. Last, but certainly not least as one of the listeners as always you guys are the reason we do what we do and have the ability to sit here and run our mouths the way that we do. So thank you guys for listening for supporting if you have not subscribed and given a rating on on the I tunes app, I'm gonna. I'm gonna tell, you know, shit. You just go ahead and choke yourself. Go to the mic drop podcast and subscribe and like it and all that other shit that that's important. And anyway, in keeping in tradition with every other episode, I just again wanna say you guys are the best. Appreciate everybody for listening your support. And once again, this is like.
"gonzales" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"To wait a few extra minutes while we cleared some of your phones but we're pleased to welcome roger gonzales now ready to talk to the world cup we're down to the final eight and roger it feels like this world cup has been full of surprises i mean you're someone who covers the sport extensively from your perspective what's the biggest surprise to come out of this tournament now that we're down to the quarters i think really it's just been how the bracket has shaped up in the groups that resulted in really heavy on one side with teams that have won the world cup of four and on the other side fourteen left three of them which never won a world cup so there's not opportunity for most of prizes in this tournament now we're going to get a surprise five no matter what when you look at some of the favorites who have gone out who've lost whether it'd be individuals whether it be teams like defending champ germany is there a particular theme the common theme that stands out to you well for a lot of teams it's just been you know you can kind of related to our sports too when you know when the ball just doesn't go in i mean we've seen argentina germany really struggle on a pack really lacking an identity took to create chances and obviously can't score goals you can't do anything in competition and so far germany germany especially they really struggled with for newer players that they brought in combined with some veterans and and i think that was a big part of both of them heading home early we've obviously lost some really big stars in his particular world cup in rinaldo and in messi who are the biggest star we're talking household names that are still remaining in the quarterfinals neymars the biggest one of brazil one of the best players in the world and after him i mean you know the average fan might not be familiar with a lot of these guys they've got some really incredible players like harry kane of england and plays a tottenham who beat the tournament with goals revenue the taco in hazard of belgium to fantastic players that also play the primarily just like came up but it's been pretty crazy to see messi and ronaldo out early i wasn't totally surprised because the teams they have around them aren't very good i think they showed that by only making the last sixteen you mentioned hurricane and he's been a guy who has scored a lot had a hattrick his name's been all over the place this first world cup as the english captain what's impressed you most about what you've seen from him you know he scored on penalty kicks in i don't you know put too much into that because i mean sometimes you're very fortunate to get those opportunity but finish them i mean he's been so from the spot he's come up with some goals in the run of play as well he's just somebody who i think has the potential to become one of the top players in the world i this is the guy who i didn't really believe much in years ago when he's proven me wrong consistently getting twenty five call of the season he's got a great future with things national team and he's somebody i think they're looking at you know potentially being better than a guy like wayne rooney who he'll we're going to see your shortly mls now he's with these united but came has the potential to make a huge impact with england he owns the team that hasn't won the world cup since nineteen sixty six there a long time and they've got a shot roger can zealous cover soccer is covering the world cup for cbs sports and you can find among cbs sports dot com it's after hours with amy lawrence on cbs sports radio when you look at.
"gonzales" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"gonzales" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Marci gonzales good morning marcy hi marty in april good morning glad that you with us so when they talk about preparing for this other than just leaving the area what else can you do for these preparations for these lava flows that's basically it they've evacuated eighteen hundred people from these two communities where these lava vents are just opening in the ground and so these people are just forced to kind of sit back and wait they are letting some of the residents about half of them go back in to grab some belonging to grab their pets because they did have to evacuate so quickly so they're back grabbing what they can some of them were bringing truckloads of things because they're preparing for the possibility that their homes could very well be destroyed that's gotta be terrifying the only good piece lava flow is relatively slow so you know when it's coming you know the opposite of wildfires that we have here in colorado that are so fast people don't always have time to get out but when we do have wildfires marcy there are always people who won't evacuate they refuse are you saying there too yeah i was just talking to some of the county officials yesterday it's hard for them to get a real estimate of how many people stayed behind because they're not doing door check because the concern isn't just with the lavas with the air quality the full for dioxide that's coming out of the lava and so it's not really that safe to go into some of these areas so they're not doing a door to door check like they might do with other natural disasters but they are estimating that there are maybe a dozen people who stayed behind and a lot of these people are are one they're shooting video and you know trying to make some money off of this we've seen quite a few people who are taking some very big risks to capture some some of this video risking the likes of those who are trying to help people get out of the way to and putting a strain on those services marcy i hobby see these things are unpredictable but the experts desai's malla just geologists do they have any idea how long this is going to be until killer whales and the island settled back down they really don't have any idea this is what's making it especially challenging they're.
"gonzales" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Opening day at the ballpark i mean that's city field it is you know if you haven't been to city field a whole lot in i you know i it opened up its tenth year today but yeah that's that's what happens it's like a mall people were moving around while they're there it's kind of a bummer the old chafe adm where it was just packed like a like you know what those big games you know people do sit in the seats but we've got to get to the playoffs right you started out by saying it's nice to see not relying on the home run hitting to contact and all that then you bash adrian gonzales thing oh you wanna see him for hours so yeah you have to i'm i'm much happier seeing the team just get twenty heads without homerun and just and walks that you know that's what the ninety yankees used to do to me the guys that are the contact guys they're nimmo amid rosario with the speed that he brings to the table you know those are the guys that i wanna see hitting contact adrian gonzales or anybody who's starting at first base i wanna see some pop at that position adrian gonzales you know he's he's a base clog or get up basis it's a positive i'm just saying it doesn't mean as much at that position to me i wanna see some pop there i think you have a hard time winning in baseball in two thousand eighteen if you get a first baseman that's only capable hitting ten homers so that's the other thing i wanted to mention peter is i think the mental the very far if nemo is going to be a real deal we'd off hitter and and resigned is the real deal at shortstop and like you said pilecki behind the plate because that's our youth and once conforto comes back you know i didn't think we were going to be as good as possible but i mean if our youth really played to their potential i mean i think we can be pretty scary.
"gonzales" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"As carlos gonzales was they're the same age that's these these are not guys that are should be over the hill at this point in their careers are both the entering their age thirty two seasons and they were both just dreadful last year so i think that what you have to do to get them fixed certainly hasn't looked like desmond has been fixed in any way shape or form in spring training is games run i'll let them play try to be healthy i think that's an important thing doesn't has had to deal with some physical seven in spring training as well so let's off to a tough start that way but i think that far as desmond goes i think that you do want to have some stability with him and as far as i don't think that moving him around does him a whole lot of favors because you're married this guy who was a fulltime shortstop just a couple of years ago then he becomes an outfielder and then you're sticking first base and i think that can mess with a guy i and if you're not handling it in the right way and it was a weird free agency for him it seemed like an odd fit but you know he was playing at first base sometimes last year and plan the outlet you know like you said all those positions that he played last year he played in four different positions last year he'd never played more than three before and that was back to his first snit with the nationals twenty one games on i may played mostly shorts up at a little bit of second a little bit right field and then he was pretty much shortstop entirely until he was just an outfielder with the rangers and then now he's outfield first base center field and left field shortstop to for a little bit.