30 Burst results for "High Patrol"

The Iranian Terrorist Caught Having Crossed the Mexican Border

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:51 min | 4 d ago

The Iranian Terrorist Caught Having Crossed the Mexican Border

"W and I are here for our Friday roundup of the week. We usually chat in the morning over coffee about what we want to talk about and the first topic I have on the list is very interesting is Iranian guy. Showing up at the southern border and apparently being apprehended not by border control but by not by border patrol, but by the Texas Department of Public Safety, the so called DPS. They find this guy with four other illegal immigrants in the trunk of a vehicle. And while they suspected him, they thought he was on the FBI's terrorist screening database. And they checked him out, apparently Department of Homeland Security is now saying, no, he wasn't on the database. But I mean, look at this. You've got, first of all, this is not a guy living in Mexico and he's a hard. He's not Mexican. He's not even he's not even south of South American. So the bigger picture is, oh yeah, you know, he's not the one. Okay, first of all, just the fact that he is an Iranian citizen, going through Mexico should give you pause for concern, no, am I wrong? I mean, I mean, what's his motive, right there, is he just simply a guy looking for a better life. I thought he I thought life was wonderful in Iran during the times of the Iranian revolution. Yeah, but I mean, it's just because this kind of points to the bigger picture. And you know, Eric stackelberg talked about this about the fact that Iran is really getting its sights on all of Central America, South America. So it makes you wonder if these guys are in Mexico already. Who are they?

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NYPD Sees Largest Staff Exodus in Decades

The Officer Tatum Show

00:54 sec | 5 d ago

NYPD Sees Largest Staff Exodus in Decades

"There's a mass exodus that it's occurring switch to background. That's occurring in America. Of police officers. Good men and women primarily good men and women. I would argue that most police officers are good men and women who serve, they are exiting, leaving police departments all over the country leaving the citizens in the city un patrolled in many capacities. I just want to talk about the New York police department, some 3700 New York member New York police officers have quit or retired last year alone. This has not been seen in New York since 2002. I'm on 20 years ago. 20 plus, 21 years ago. My math is right. 3700 people, either quit or retire last year.

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Robyn Pfaffman: Brian Kemp Activates National Guard Amid Protests

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:00 min | Last week

Robyn Pfaffman: Brian Kemp Activates National Guard Amid Protests

"Am here in Atlanta and that governor Brian Kemp Todd has called up a thousand members of the National Guard ahead of possible violence because we had violence here last weekend. Keeping the story very tight, we have a $90 million police training facility. Police and fire, by the way, training facility that is being built into cab county right on the Atlanta outskirt. Right on the border of Fulton and the cab in a forest area. And there was a protest there because there are people that despise the police and so there was a protester by the name of an activist by the name of Manuel turnip 26 years old who shot at a Georgia state patrol officer and then was shot and killed in this. And then a week ago last weekend, there were riots because that person is dead. The rioting for people that don't understand the landscape of this, the rioting was in downtown Atlanta by the Westin hotel, which is in the center of the city where people come and know Atlanta from the Olympics back in the 1996 and all of that and so you're talking about rioting in the downtown area where our hotels and stores and restaurants, but this police facility that they call cop city is easily a good 20, 30 minutes away from there. So again, it's outside agitators that are not totally upset with cop city and are choosing to take down the city over Atlanta in a more of a commercial district where they could really cause that much damage and in a forest Todd is that you can do in a city where there's glass and stuff to steal and setting police cars on fire. So if

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CNN Pundit Pretends Violence Isn't Violence

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 2 weeks ago

CNN Pundit Pretends Violence Isn't Violence

"Listen to this freelance journalist on CNN trying to downplay and pretending that violence isn't really violence. Even the chief himself said, this is a small group. This is also within this defend the forest movement, there are no leaders. So people go off and do their own thing. That doesn't just make them justifiable. But I do think that, you know, you keep using these words violent violent violent violent and it gives the impression the only violence that or the only acts of violence against people that I saw were actually police tackling protesters. The only violence I saw was police tackling protesters. You keep using this word. This is a fascinating tactic of the left. The proverbial gaslighting, but what they're trying to do is pretend that the violence that we saw erupting all through the streets of America after George Floyd, and even the violence we saw this weekend in Atlanta, don't believe your line eyes. It's not really violent. That's not violence. That's just, that's just a peaceful way. Burning down a building is a peaceful way to say you didn't like the fact that George Floyd was killed. Burning down, throwing molotov cocktails inside patrol cars is a peaceful way of saying we don't like the fact that a guy who tried to murder cops got shot dead. That's our peaceful protest because we're antifa. And the media coverage that I saw over the weekend didn't even refer to them by name. These are antifa.

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California shooter kills 10 at dance club; motive unclear

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

California shooter kills 10 at dance club; motive unclear

"Authorities in California still don't know why a man opened fire at a Los Angeles area ballroom dance club, killing ten people. The gunman was identified as 72 year old Hugh canne tran, Los Angeles County sheriff, Robert Luna, said at a news conference Sunday that the gunman killed himself as officers in torrents closed in on the van he was in, parked in a shopping center parking lot. When officers exited their patrol vehicle to contact the occupant, they heard one gunshot. Coming from within the van. Ten people were killed at the dense club in Monterey Park during lunar new year celebrations, and the shootings sent a wave of fear through Asian American communities in the region. I'm Donna water

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Mother, 1-year-old son killed in Alaska polar bear attack

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Mother, 1-year-old son killed in Alaska polar bear attack

"It was a one year old boy and his mother that was killed in a rare polar bear attack in Alaska. Alaska state troopers say that a 24 year old woman and her one year old son had been identified as the victims of a fatal polar bear attack in an isolated Alaskan native village, poor weather and a lack of runway lights at a local gravel airstrip prevented troopers and wildlife officials from arriving to the area, like many far flung Alaska village as the small community organizes patrols when the bears are expected in town from July through early November. That makes what happened this week almost unheard of because polar bears are normally far out on the ice in the dead of winter, hunting seals, and not close to villages this time of year that they don't mauling is the first and more than 30 years in Alaska. I'm Lisa dwyer

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Officer shot in arm on patrol in the Bronx; teen is arrested

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 weeks ago

Officer shot in arm on patrol in the Bronx; teen is arrested

"A New York City police officer is recovering from a gunshot wound early Tuesday morning, while officials say a 16 year old carrying a 32 caliber gun is in custody. NYPD chief of detectives James Essex says, two uniformed officers were in an unmarked car in The Bronx when the shooting happened. That said, no one gang location at hats problems in the past. Police commissioner Keisha picks it up from there. While attempting to engage two males on a corner, one officer was shot in the arm, narrowly missing his vital structures. The officers returned fire, police say there were more shots from others nearby not directed toward the cops, mayor Eric Adams. To meet young people, have too many guns in their hands. He says there must be a pathway to stop that and ensure guns are off the streets. Julie Walker, New York

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The Democrat Party Partners With the Mexican Cartel

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

The Democrat Party Partners With the Mexican Cartel

"Democrat party partnering with the Mexican cartels in effect that's what they're doing Betsy McAuliffe does a fantastic job of making this point the other day She says the Mexican drug cartels are killing off our friends and family members with fentanyl manufactured in super lab south of the border And smuggled into the United States And Joe Biden could care less Biden is in Mexico claiming he's seeking the Mexican government's help to stop the car and its truth is The trip is a dog and pony show photo ops empty promises They'll be followed by rapid backsliding Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador lacks both the will and the muscle to tackle the cartels bet she's an excellent writer Which had paramilitary forces that outgun the Mexican police and control swaths of territory Biden for his part is no intention of securing the southern border The only measure that actually would stop the flow of killer drugs into our towns in schools Biden wants migrants to continue illegally entering by the millions even though the onslaught is diverting border patrol agents From detecting fentanyl smugglers border patrol agents are being pulled from drug interdiction and other law enforcement duties to process and care for migrants The Democrats are willing to pay that price In order to swell the nation with new migrants Democrats are handing America over to the drug cartels The drug cartels which profit by trafficking in human beings as well as drugs are double winners Who are the losers American families losing their loved ones to fentanyl overdoses over 70,000 Americans are dying yearly from fentanyl lace drugs Including 30,000 young people aged 15 to 34

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Biden inspects US-Mexico border in face of GOP criticism

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

Biden inspects US-Mexico border in face of GOP criticism

"President Biden is in Mexico for a summit of North American leaders after a visit to the border. A lot of resources we're going to get him for him. President Biden's trip to El Paso, Texas Sunday was his first visit to the U.S. Mexico border since taking office. He was met at the airport by Texas governor Greg Abbott, who handed him a letter of criticism. Tens of thousands of Texas have been had their lives destroyed. By his open border post. At a port of entry, the president viewed a demonstration of officers checking cars for drugs and other contraband. He also visited the El Paso county migrant services center, where aid workers spoke about the services they provide to hundreds of people each day who have been released by border patrol. If I could wait a while, what would you want me to do? One of the things that was really important for me. El Paso representative Veronica Escobar says she was grateful for the president's visit. Talking to people who are doing the work on the ground every single day. I'm Jennifer King

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Hundreds of migrants in Florida in what sheriff calls crisis

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Hundreds of migrants in Florida in what sheriff calls crisis

"Florida authorities say way to migrants have been arriving in southern Florida. I Norman hall, at least 500 migrants have arrived in small boats along the Florida keys over the last several days in what one sheriff is calling a crisis, the arrivals are due to economic turmoil, food shortages and soaring inflation in Cuba and other parts of the Caribbean. Over the weekend, 300 migrants arrived at the sparsely populated dry tortugas national park about 70 miles west of Key West, officials say 160 migrants arrived by boats and other parts of the keys over the New Year's Day weekend, and other 30 people and two groups of migrants were found in the middle keys on Monday. U.S. border patrol and coast guard Crowe's patrolling South Florida and the keys have been experiencing the largest escalation of migrations by boat in nearly a decade. I Norman hall

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Larry O'Connor: We Can Secure the Border Without Legislation

Mark Levin

01:13 min | Last month

Larry O'Connor: We Can Secure the Border Without Legislation

"You have comprehensive immigration reform whatever that means It includes Amnesty The only thing you're going to do is increase the people who are crossing the border right now illegally Border security is completely unrelated You can secure the border without passing one single piece of legislation right now But there's no will to do it This administration refuses to do it That's the bottom line whether you have this title 42 in place right now which is one tool that the border patrol can use But you don't even need it You don't need it We were able to secure the border before COVID Title 42 is related to COVID You don't need it So what's really a play with the border Why won't they secure the border Is it really cheap labor Is it to punish the Republican states on the border Is it to let as many people in here illegally so you can groom them to become voters I don't know if that's really working out for them actually considering most polls show that Hispanic Americans and first generation immigrants coming from south of the border are actually leaning more conservative right now What's it really all about

Rep. Dan Bishop Walks Us Through the Omnibus Bill

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:47 min | Last month

Rep. Dan Bishop Walks Us Through the Omnibus Bill

"What is actually in this omnibus bill? That is a question that we're trying to figure out. There's four thousand pages of garbage for thousand pages of nonsense from millions of dollars to the iditarod trail to the Michelle Obama hiking trail to millions of dollars on gender affirming care for the United States military. So joining us now is congressman Dan bishop from North Carolina, who is actually read the bill and is doing the important and tough work of objecting to it. Congressman welcome to the program. Thank you, Charlie. I'm happy to be to be with you. Walk us through what is in this bill, 4000 pages, do I understand correctly you guys barely had any time to read this? Oh, yeah. The text appeared at 2 a.m. morning before last. And give credit to my small staff. We decided to tackle it and even the things we're able to find is in a hurry to read through to identify the worst of the worst and it's broad outlines, but you mentioned a number of them. The FBI gets a big half $1 billion increase to over $11 billion before we've had a crack at the first witness about the FBI's ongoing interference with Americans First Amendment rights and targeting of American citizens and the like and $400 million almost for a new headquarters. There's a provision that the $1.5 billion of operating funds appropriated to customs and border patrol can not be used to enhance American border security. I mean, it actually says that.

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Rep. Dan Bishop: Omnibus Bill Is a Betryal of the American People

The Dan Bongino Show

01:13 min | Last month

Rep. Dan Bishop: Omnibus Bill Is a Betryal of the American People

"A listen to something that representative Dan bishop has had to say about the omnibus bill say that 5 times fast clip 6 This is the way Washington works This is the system in Washington It's not a departure from the system It's what the uni party wants to do actually if you include all $15 billion plus an earmarks it clocks in at $1.85 trillion over 4800 pages when you include all that It's a betrayal of the American people 47 billion more for Ukraine $11 billion for the FBI before we've had a chance at the first witness to see what they're doing in terms of sensory speech and harassing Americans half a $1 billion more than the Biden administration asked for $400 million for a new FBI headquarters They have the provision in their 1 billion 5 and operating funds for the customs and border patrol is prohibited from being used for security of the American border but $400 million for the border security of certain eastern certain Middle Eastern countries like Egypt is just amazing what they've done It's a betrayal by Republican senators Mitch McConnell and Republican senators It's a middle finger in the face of Americans

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Sen. Bill Hagerty: A Humanitarian Crisis Along the Border

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:55 min | Last month

Sen. Bill Hagerty: A Humanitarian Crisis Along the Border

"Just an absolute humanitarian crisis just last month, 230,000 people that they know of came across that border that doesn't count the highways. You put that into perspective of our home state of Tennessee, that would make the third largest city after national and Memphis 230,000. Think about that if that were a population of one city that slowed in in just one month's time. And as you mentioned, they're up to 14,000. They're talking about 18,000 a day. Once title 42 is fully eliminated. And so I put legislation in place that would address this longer term. You know, title 42 allows the border patrol. It's the last tool that they have in there in their toolkit to address this stuff of humanity coming across the border. It allows them to use a public health crisis as a rationale for turning people back. COVID-19 had served as that public health crisis, but a district judge decided that there's no longer a pandemic. Therefore, they could not rely on this as the reason the health rationale to do it. That's when I thought certainly they would pass mileage station at that point. My legislation is called the stop fentanyl border crossing that. If you think about the health crisis that the fentanyl is creating here in America, it is the number one killer of young people in America between the ages of 18 and 45. It is an existential crisis. I know the Democrats like to talk like that all the time when they're talking about the climate. We have a crisis right at our doorstep and it's hitting us in Tennessee. When I talk with sheriffs across the state to tell me that each month is worse than the month before it in terms of the number of overdoses, the number of deaths, sheriff told me the hardest call they have to make is to a mother or grandmother to let them know that their son or daughter isn't coming home. This is a crisis. And they will not deal with the Democrats would rather look the other way, act as if there is no crisis and continue to flood the border. And for them, it's a numbers game. They're trying to get more people into states that they control. You know where the sanctuary cities are located. Blue states, the more people they can get into those blue states, citizens are not. That increases the number of congressional seats

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Bill Melugin: Migrant Caravans Coming With Title 42 Ending

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | Last month

Bill Melugin: Migrant Caravans Coming With Title 42 Ending

"In The New York Times literally titled we can replace them This is their thing They are obsessed with the idea of the aggregation of power through illegal immigration and an open border It is their thing just listen to them That's why it's driving them crazy that a lot of people in the Cuban and Venezuelan community are starting to vote Republican along with other Hispanic voters along the border It's driving them nuts because they're the ones that talk about demographic destiny all the time Listen to Bill malloy's coverage of the massive wave of people coming in now that they know title 42 One of our few memes right now to keep a bunch of illegal immigrants from just walking right into the country by the millions One of the few tools is about to expire Check this out Sunday Night in El Paso an enormous migrant caravan of well over 1000 people crossed illegally into El Paso last night El Paso media reporting It is potentially the biggest mass crossing in the city's history potentially at least in decades and you can see from this video wave after wave after wave of hundreds of these migrants just walking across the river and then gathering on the U.S. side of the river They form a single file line which you'll see in the video at some points goes as far as the eye can see CBP source is telling Fox News in the last 24 hours alone That El Paso sector has had nearly 2400 illegal crossings They've got more than 5000 people in custody right now in the city of El Paso's reporting as of this morning border patrol has already started master releasing several hundred migrants to El Paso city streets as border patrol It's completely overwhelmed

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Ex-Border Patrol agent convicted of killing 4 women in Texas

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Ex-Border Patrol agent convicted of killing 4 women in Texas

"A former border patrol agent who killed four sex workers in 2018 in Texas will spend the rest of his life behind bars. With a jury find the defendant David Ortiz guilty of the offense of capital murder of Jordan the indictment. Audio courtesy of KSA T shortly after the verdict, the judge and San Antonio, Texas, sentenced former border patrol agent Juan David Ortiz to life in prison without the possibility of parole. The jury heard recordings of Ortiz telling investigators that, although he was a customer of most of the sex workers, he killed them because he was trying to clean up the streets in his hometown of Laredo, Texas, following the verdict the families of the victims got to speak, Gracie Perez, whose sister in law Melissa Ramirez was murdered, sent Ramirez's children are now broken, and that her own heart is torn apart. I'm Donna water

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Joe Biden: More Important Things Than Visiting the Border

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:35 min | 2 months ago

Joe Biden: More Important Things Than Visiting the Border

"I come into the studio with a heavy heart over news from the border, mission Texas, want to share with you something that happened. A 38 year old border patrol agent was killed in a high-speed pursuit of a group of illegals in mission Texas earlier today. The U.S. border patrol has not yet identified the identity of the agent, sources say the man was the father of two children, the agent was pursuing a group of illegals on an ATV when he crashed into a closed fence at high speed. It makes Biden's comments even more disgusting than they already are. He was asked, why did you go to Arizona touting computer chips and you're not bothering to visit the board? He's never been to the border. Despite karine Jean Pierre's lies, never been there. Doesn't go doesn't care. You think I'm wrong? When I say he doesn't care, his answer, yesterday, confirms it. Gives it a more important thing to go around. And the new enterprise. Got more important things to their going on than going to the border. Come on, welcome to the border for. What's at the border?

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China eases some virus controls, searches pedestrians

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

China eases some virus controls, searches pedestrians

"More Chinese cities have eased some anti virus restrictions as police patrol their streets to head off protests. Many major cities, including Chengdu in the southwest, announced they were easing testing requirements and controls and movement in some areas markets and bus services reopened the announcements did not mention the recent protests in Shanghai, Beijing and at least 6 are the cities, the protests erupted in response to tough antivirus restrictions which saw mediums throughout China confined to their homes. The recent loosening of restrictions is a sign president Xi Jinping's government was trying to subdue public anger after there was some cause by protesters for chita resign. I am Karen Chammas

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"high patrol" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

05:25 min | 4 months ago

"high patrol" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"People realize. Explains a lot about Morgan. You just put a whole new light on this guy. I have never, look, I actually could truthfully say on my background when I got polygraphed doing some work later out here in Virginia. I was polygraph, have you ever used drugs? I said, well, let's be clear because you know how it is with polygrapher here. I want to help you craft the question correctly so you can ask me, you will find I have used cocaine and they go, what do you mean by use? You said, well, I broke my nose during the high patrol academy. I mean, my nose was like literally moved underneath my left eye. I took an elbow to the nose. So to cauterize the blood, what do they use? They use hospital grade cocaine. No solution that swabs on there. So I said, if you ask me, yes, you will find, but it's not in their illegally. It's in their legally. So anyway, my one drug story, there you go. Everybody's fascinated by that. There we go. Drinking game number three. Yeah, go back to sleep. But yeah, so we're going to get into that, especially the LSD one. But what other cases so what was it like being two guys for the entire state? I mean, you had to be going then all the time. Oh, yeah. Well, you know, to drive from one side of the Nebraska to the other to meet with the sheriff. You know, you were pretty hours. You were pretty isolated out there, you know? So I had a lot of great lays on a lot of especially the Nebraska state patrol were great working with DEA out there. And it had to go a lot of great lays on. And then after I was there for a few years, we did get more agents in there. And the resident agent in charge of the Omaha office, he said, guy, we'd like you to volunteer for operation snow cap.

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"high patrol" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

03:57 min | 5 months ago

"high patrol" Discussed on Native America Calling

"This is national native news. I'm Antonio Gonzalez. A bill to create a system to notify the public when an indigenous person goes missing was approved Tuesday by California state lawmakers. The feather alert bill was introduced by Native American assembly member James Ramos. The bill is intended to help get the word out as fast as possible when an individual is missing or endangered, creating an alert system was a recommendation from tribal leaders. The bill creates the endangered missing advisory or EMA when a Native American is at risk. Currently law enforcement agencies use the EMA system to investigate when a child or at risk person goes missing. The system asks for immediate information from the public to help in a swift recovery. Here's Ramos talking about the bill this summer at the state capitol in Sacramento. The rates of murder to missing people and Native American communities is a shameful it's a shameful state and national tragedy that does not receive the scrutiny and attention. It deserves. We are excited, but about this alert system, but even more excited about the growing momentum, the momentum to tackle this issue, not only from Indian country, but also by non native people like our collaborators here with us today. The California high patrol and other law enforcement agencies, as well as the state legislature. California has the greatest population of Native Americans in the nation and Rommel says the state also has the highest rates of reported cases of missing and murdered indigenous people pointing to a number of studies. The bill to create the alert system is expected to head to the governor's desk this week. Now the whole nation officials recently held a public forum to address the continued impacts of radiation exposure on tribal lands in the southwest. As Arizona public radio's Ryan Hinch's reports, Congress recently extended a federal compensation program for people known as downwinders. Members of New Mexico's congressional delegation updated attendees on the status of the radiation exposure compensation act or rika, president Joe Biden signed a two year extension of the law this summer just before it was set to expire. Officials say it will allow more time for lawmakers to craft a long-term version of the law designed to last until 2040 tribal officials want the updated program to cover more diseases in a broader array of workers and residents along with raising the amount of compensation at the forum leaders also heard from tribal members who described the harmful impacts of radiation exposure on themselves, their families and their communities. For more than three decades, rika has awarded one time payments to people who lived downwind of the Nevada test site or worked in the uranium industry from 1942 to 1971. Tribal leaders and others say the legacy of uranium mining on tribal lands has been devastating as many downwinders have developed cancers and other debilitating health problems. The U.S. government conducted nearly 200 atmospheric nuclear weapons tests between the end of World War II in the early 1960s, tens of thousands of workers, including many tribal members mined and processed uranium for the program and were unknowingly exposed to large amounts of radiation. For national native news, I'm Ryan haitis and Flagstaff, Arizona. The institute of American Indian arts is hosting a celebration of New Mexico's indigenous comedians on September 16th in Santa Fe. It's being held as the cloud top comedy festival takes place during the week. Cloud top is a nonprofit promoting world class and up and coming comics. It provides professional support, workshops, networking, and the annual festival. For indigenous comedians will be taking part in the event. I'm Antonio Gonzalez.

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"high patrol" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

05:25 min | 8 months ago

"high patrol" Discussed on Native America Calling

"This is national native news, I'm Antonio Gonzalez. The leader of the Cherokee nation of Oklahoma says the U.S. Supreme Court has failed its duty to honor the nation's promises to fight Congress's statutes and has disregarded tribal sovereignty, principal chief chuck hoskin junior made the statement following the high court's ruling Wednesday citing with Oklahoma, ruling the state can prosecute non Native Americans when the victim is Native American for crimes on tribal land. The 5 to four decision undercuts the court's own 2020 landmark mcgirt ruling, which reaffirmed reservation boundaries and held the state did not have jurisdiction. Hoskin expressed disappointment in Wednesday's ruling, but said it does not diminish the tribe's commitment to public safety and that tribal and federal jurisdiction remain unchanged. Hoskin also affirmed unchanged reservation and tribal sovereignty. U.S. veterans affairs secretary Dennis McDonough has officially recognized the Navajo Nation veterans administration as a tribal veteran service organization. It meets the standards to be accredited under a VA tribal program, which helps veterans with benefits and claims. During a visit to Gallup, New Mexico on Tuesday, McDonough recognized the tribe. His remarks were streamed live by the Navajo Nation president's office. They are the first tribe to take up this new authority. And thrilled that we can announce that today. And as importantly, what an action. It's to ensure that we are living up to our obligations. Navajo Nation, president Jonathan nez called it a milestone achievement and a big step forward for Navajo veterans, 5 Navajo veterans office staff members are accredited to process claims. The accreditation allows employees to represent claims on behalf of veterans before Navajo veterans would have to travel to VA centers off the reservation, more than 80 claims have been filed since May, according to the tribe there are about 10,000 Navajo veterans, now the whole leaders say there's a need for a veterans outreach center and hospital on the reservation to provide services and healthcare. Gallup or reservation border town has one of the closest community based outpatient clinics. It was one of four clinics in the state facing closure, the VA and members of New Mexico's congressional delegation announced this week all four clinics would remain open. The California state Senate public safety committee approved the feather alert Bill Tuesday evening, the bill was introduced by Native American assembly member James Ramos. It would create a state endangered, missing advisory system for Native Americans, creating an alert system was a recommendation from tribal leaders who joined Ramos and advocates before the committee hearing Tuesday at the state capitol and Sacramento, were almost talked about his bill as a tool to address missing and murdered indigenous people. This bill brings further attention and effort to end violence on tribal lands and across the state of California. The rates of murdered and missing people and Native American communities is a shameful it's a shameful state and national tragedy that does not receive the scrutiny and attention. It deserves. We are excited, but about this alert system, but even more excited about the growing momentum, the momentum to tackle this issue, not only from Indian country, but also by non native people like our collaborators here with us today. The California high patrol and other law enforcement agencies, as well as the state legislature. Ramos says California has the greatest population of Native Americans in the nation and is among states with high rates of reported cases a missing and murdered indigenous people. He says the alert system would help get the word out sooner when an individual is missing or endangered by asking the public for tips and leads as quickly as possible. The bill is supported by a number of tribes urban Indian clinics and native business councils..

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"high patrol" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

03:09 min | 8 months ago

"high patrol" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"A bunch of assholes, really. Well, but let's take a let's just take a slight detour here because on the episode we had with Mark convoy, him and I were talking. When I, when I went through, I went through my first academy in 82, and there were a few females in our class, but when I went through the state academy in 84, it was only the third time in the nearly 50 year history of the high patrol that they had ever hired a woman. So it was only the third woman. And so a lot of people, you look at it and you go, there were some pushback. I mean, not for me. My dad was military. We lived around the world to have been all these places. So having a female and there were a woman, I just, that's all I grew up with, by the way, too. You know, with my mom and two sisters, so it didn't bother me that much, but were you getting pushback more because of what they perceived your relationship to be in the academy there? Was it more because you were a female or a combination of both? Because look, every asshole or every academy has their assholes, but it's unfortunate sometimes that they let folks like that paint somebody or try to impact somebody's career before it even gets started because of petty jealousy. So the academy that I went to actually was not affiliated with precinct one. So it's kind of so here in Texas. Like if you go to the sheriff's office or if you go to Houston police and police department, they have their own academies that you have to go to. But if you go anywhere else, like the constable's offices or some of these other city municipalities, you just have to go to a basic police academy and get your basic peace officer's license, which is what I did. So I actually went through the university of Houston, basic peace officer academy, so you go there, you get your license, your tco license, your hey, you graduated, your basic peace officer now. And then you can go to whatever department that you want. So any academy, no, I didn't necessarily receive a whole lot of backlash or jealousy whatever anything like that. Because none of them, I was the only one who was even going to precinct one. It's just kind of one of those, you know, you go here and then everybody just kind of finds their own paths and departments. Now, when I got to precinct one, yes, I did receive I joked. I was like, man, I should have become a fire. Everybody likes firefighters. A firefighter because of all this heat I'm taking. No, I was fading. I was fading so much heat. You know, people just saying, you know, I'm only here because I know people. So again, I'm very competitive. And prior to getting the dog, you know, I was just a basic patrol deputy. And I set out, you know, I'm not here because I know people. I'm here because I deserve to be here. I'm not just going to wear this uniform. I'm going to put it to work. So actually, if memory serves me correct, my first two months on the street after I'd already went through the field training program, you know, I'm solo officer on the street. I led our patrol division and stats for the first two months. And I showed everybody I deserve to be here..

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"high patrol" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

03:22 min | 8 months ago

"high patrol" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"Can you dominate Donna is requiem gangly looking turds? I think we should get a T-shirt that says, I'm a gangly looking turd. There you go. I'll tell you what some of our players would love that. Gangly looking turds. Anyway, speaking of turds, Murph, no. Well, these next, our next guest is not a turd. He's actually a former colleague of mine, friend of mine. But the people that he dealt with are definitely shit birds, shit bags, turds, you name it. And this is actually, I mean, this is good because I reached out. I felt bad because every time I he's relatively good health, but every time I contacted him, I seemed to put him in the hospital. Then his heart raced. And so we finally got the episode. So it's a friend of mine, Mark convoy, radio number 16, formerly with the greatest law enforcement agency in the United States. The Kansas highway patrol. His radio. 16. That's really low. Well, they would just decide they rotate the number. So when he retired, somebody else got the number 16. So it's not a seniority thing. You're thinking of like your badge, your employee number and stuff, but we went by radio numbers. Mine was one 50. Which was very close to my IQ, 16. Is that what you're saying about Mark? No, no. So asking what your radio never was, Murph. It was probably 12 to 12. Just had a beat. But anyway, but this one is actually happened in February of 1985. I was been on the slender police department for two and a half years, had gotten on the patrol. I had just graduated from the academy in November of 1984 and I'm out training. And this thing happens in February of 1985 and Mark convoy at that time was a trooper. Stationed in Southwest northwest Kansas, I should say. And you had to cover a lot of territory out there, but this was something that I think got made into a couple movies. He was on the real stories of the high patrol. But it involved four people got into a shootout in western Kansas and the guy that really started this all was a guy named Danny rometta. And we're gonna get into this in the store, but let me just put this in perspective. Danny rometta Lisa Dunn, Mark Walters, and James hunter, James hunter. When this thing ended, this was a multi state spree crime spree where 5 people were killed, three wounded. And these guys what they did is they started in Michigan, worked their way to Florida, so they killed a person in Florida. They killed a person in Arkansas, shot another lady, which we'll talk about 5 times, but she survived crawled back to the road, and then killed three more people in Kansas. And Mark was the trooper him and a couple Colby police officers, they were the ones that had the final confrontation in a farmhouse in little town called outwood Kansas, but we're going to go through this stuff, but we're talking about a trooper. I mean, he's getting involved. Chase, people who have shot and wounded just recently shot mundane and a deputy sheriff with Thomas county. And now so now you're talking about confronting people who at least they know of they've tied them at least to three killings in Kansas plus wounding a deputy plus God knows what else. I mean, this is just, it's a great story because he's a great guy, but he's got a really varied history. You think he's a Kansas farm boy? No, he moved around the world..

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"high patrol" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

Discussions of Truth

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"high patrol" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

"But nonetheless, then I said, he shouldn't be telling you like that. I just not right. And then my son says, that's weird and my husband blows it off and says, well, at least I had a chance to make the truth. And what was his name? Yeah. I'm not sure I'm sure my husband got it. He didn't he didn't print it. But for sure it was a Texas state trooper. That's what he said in the text. Yeah. And there's no harassment. There was simply just falling over. Why did you take this road? Which that's not normal in my mind. To stop an individual. It doesn't say right. Oh yeah, I know who you are. I know I know where your property is. That's a lot. So they're watching. But who's they? Because I hire patrols watching. The hard way patrol. That's what I'm saying. So what else is going on? I don't know. Is it something? Is it cartel also watching? Well, I'm sure. His car is the high patrol working for the cartel. Well, those are questions. I can't answer, but you know the thoughts in the back of my mind that something's not right here. Because it's not the first time it's happened that he's been stopped for doing nothing. What was the other time? He was coming down off of the red road to hit the main highway role and then there was an officer waiting for him when he came out and pulled him over and asked him what he was doing down that road. It's like we have property over there. And it's like, okay. And you are so and so and your prophet your house is there. Yes. Okay. But this odd conversations like that making sure that we know they know where we are or maybe. Maybe so something else that's going on that we don't aren't aware of. I don't know. Okay, so. Just your husband currently work with the local law enforcement in regards to reporting. Well, they generally end there are bailouts that call or win censors out and we need help or their suspected suspect vehicles on the side of the road that shouldn't be there in this area. So he calls the local chairs office in order to record it. Highway patrol no. To use find that R that the higher patrol is pulling out area in that way. Right. You should do you consider that to be more of a sheriff jurisdiction rather than a higher patrol or should it do you think it's odd that there's even a patrol of any sort there? Well, it's okay to have a patrol with the foot traffic and the bailouts that go through. So you know there needs to be somebody checking on things. Highway patrol, it's not a big highway. It's little road, you know, your little highway. Chilean? Oh, yeah. It's too late. It's just too late in Iowa. Yeah, little roads. So the highway patrol will be out there. You know? Drinking coffee. Not a whole lot of activity going on. But he knows at least that there is some traffic going on. What are you saying firsthand Agnes? What are you seeing on your property? And how long have you been seeing this? Ever since we've been married, we've had issues with bailout to guilty. And bailouts are what again? Well, when a coyote brings people through and they're being chased by the cops or stopped, maybe there's narcotics or drugs and they pull over and they all bail out and they run off into the brush. And so this will happen on your property. Oh yeah. Oh yeah, we have any chances taken out, done, and it's always the ranchers problem to have to repair everything to do everything because there is no hell when you have that activity going on all the time. And it's not shaped to restrict bar. Sure. Right. Yeah. And this is ways to happen once a year. More often. You know, we have an incident probably if not once a month every other month. You know, it's not like it just happens on the rare occasion. There's lots of things go on in that area. And if it's not his property, it's his brother's property or it's relative property. So. And there's no, and the owners don't want to sell. They're happy with the land that they own. Well, that's their livelihood. It's not like anybody makes a lot of money. And, you know, they're raising their cattle and, you know, doing their things. That's their livelihood. So you're seeing with your own eyes, Agnes, you're saying illegal immigration. You're seeing drug trafficking. Well, as far as personally, I get the story from my husband, yes. There is what goes on or the reports from law enforcement or the relatives that are there that have taught me. Yes. Okay, so what do you think is happening? Do you see a difference right now compared to when Trump was in office so are you seeing an acceleration of this? Is it the same? No pace. There's probably an acceleration of the foot traffic. We've seen more clothing and things left behind by people who have gone through than we did before. You know, back in the day, a lot of the people because they feel very heartfelt for the individuals coming over and a lot of ranchers would leave like some food tied up in a cartoon. For them to come through their water stations. But that's not something we did. Now we've had cartel stop at the ranch. Use the phone or use the restroom or whatever, of course my mother took out better than to let them in. But yeah, are they want to spend the night? Can we stay in the garage? So we've had, and that's probably as recent as maybe June, July, you know, stop and wanted to stay. So that's not something we should open up a hotel. Why are there bullet holes? Are they trying to intimidate her? I would think so, because, yeah, and that was done this year also and said, the holes put in the metal garage door at last year before I think they shot out the lights around the ranch. My husband did get a camera to watch, but they didn't see anybody. I mean, I don't know if they detected it or it just wasn't quiet time when they had it active so right now there's not a camera. Do you feel do you feel that the higher patrols monitoring, but they don't seem to be effective in their monitoring? What? Yeah. They are monitoring effective or not because I don't know what all else goes on over there. You know, you only know when it happens and they don't tell you everything's kind of secret. I just don't know whether they're monitoring because they're part of the issue or they're monitoring because they're trying to stop something. What do you think? I think there's been both. It's two hall county. It's got a nice reputation for you. Going on corrupt law enforcement? Yeah, yes for years. Whether it's still that way, you know, I.

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"high patrol" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"high patrol" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast

"And too often the little dole again from the rap but some of us action sequences. She did most of her owns maggie. Q the main lead. She did most of her own stunts despite a recent spine surgery oh are genuine thrill but they lose their power as a movie gets bogged down in a murky plots so pretty average. It's a lot better than what reminiscent and if you wanna find action. Film get offing. What's funny is the female lead in protege. In the female lead in reminiscence both played female co stars in mission. Impossible movies true. Yes so magazine. Was michigan hospital three. Yeah but the imdb audience is that around six point five lower than on. I'm for audience. That's in line with the critic score. Yeah that's the weird thing. The reviews are while the protege is a somewhat forgettable. Typical action thriller movie. It's two leads. Do a great job. Maggie and michael are both very charismatic in the movie and do not phone in their performances. Samuel jackson is also good but his performance. A little more than our other leads. The action is very good with realistic hand-to-hand combat decent gunplay. While it's not the best action in the movie it's definitely choreographed well and shot competently. I would mainly recommend this movie for maggie and michael's performances alone along with the action scenes. However you're not interested in that you can probably skip this movie and not miss anything Phoned in mean in this case just going through the motions another one. The action choreography is certainly impressive. And the first act is filled with intrigue and compelling character introductions the story is so convoluted and its twists and reveal so underwhelming and it's characters motivation so weak slash unclear. That's becomes very tiresome. Additionally this features wanted the dumbest endings. I've seen in a film for quite some time. So what's it's it's raining like pg pg thirteen or is are hard hard on that's the way we look at our. We like. We have to go in and dig into ours. We were quick to see you know have island. They're going to get his. they're going to be. Sexist are gonna be nudity and there is a just a bunch of is they're just much of language and then maybe some violence you know we. We kind of push the limit with suicide squad. We push the limit a little bit with nobody A few months ago but ours we tend to stay away from unless we've we've researched them in-depth based based on everything that you said about this movie so you wouldn't want to go see that i don't wanna see kids getting shot. Yeah add some of the other stuff. That's in there. It's bad but let's talk about the other movies coming out this weekend with real quick. We won't really pro. We won't watch the night house. A widow begins to uncover her recently deceased husband's disturbing secrets. It's like an eighty three percent around tomatoes. Right now it's super high patrol. The movie writer and the pups are called adventure city. This stop mayor humdinger from the bustling metropolis. You've got to watch after the to cleanse mind but really quick. Let's talk about the big trailers this week. We have one really big one. Actually only one trailer came out this week. Attorneys initial thoughts really quick sam. Okay i can see the jack kirby influences on the it gave me and this isn't a bad thing. No gave me very very dc field especially with forget the main characters. Yeah we'll touch on that in a little bit. Yeah so so dad. would you think i love you. I'm i'm totally. I'm more excited about the attorneys than i am. Anything else coming out in marvel or something more than spiderman near the doctor. Hey you are just wrong. I terminals or spread of eternal internal journals..

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"high patrol" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"high patrol" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"By the queen of hearts every time? It's like listening to a symphony of voices. They're that good. We're talking to a member of this particular band. Way. Nelson joining us at 7 41. No, not your favorite, but just those harmony, not my favorite song, but I still have to give it to the harmonies, man. Alright, police asking for your help and solving a certain issue that seems to be surging. Right now We have a real time traffic first. Let's check in with Kevin Dean. We'll just one issue on our freeways right now, and that's the westbound side of having 94. If you're heading down towards the five connected, you get towards 28. You see all the brake lights. The reason is that there is an overturned crash on the connector to the north, and five from that 94 car was traveling at a high rate of speed. Able to call the high patrol about that. And then the crash. He clipped the Senate divide that went across the lanes hit a couple of other cars that flipped over onto its roof. They're clearing that up now, but Chevy backed up about a mile or so on the westbound 94 down around the five connector. If you're heading into downtown, you get the left lanes. You get there easily, but making that transition lump on five. You got a pretty good delay. This report sponsored by discovered Discover matches all the cash back. You weren't on your credit card at the end of your first year. It's amazing because discovers, accepted at 99% of places of the US to take credit cards. Learn more at discover com slash yes 2021 Nilson Report Limitations Apply Co goes next real time Traffic updates 6 20 Mostly sunny today. Hot in parts of the county Heat advisory, in effect until Monday night for the mountains. Excessive heat warning has been issued for the desserts from tomorrow morning until Monday night Coast up to 74 Today, Inland 88 Mountains 93 desserts up to 1 13 Right now downtown. We are clear in 69 Kogo News Time is 6 12 23 Year old alcohol Man admits to selling drugs that killed a Santy man. He pleaded guilty to federal fentanyl.

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"high patrol" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"high patrol" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Find it hard to swallow. President Biden's plan for nearly $2. Trillion in aid have come up with a compromise. Senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana says the group would like to sit down with the president. The president's team did not reach out to anybody in our group, either Democrat or Republican when they fashioned their proposal, So if you want unity, if you want bipartisanship, you ought to start with a group that shone it's willing to work together. For common solution They did not. The president initially said he wanted a bipartisan bill but later said he'd go around Republicans if he encountered resistance. Jared Bernstein, a member of the White House economic team, is shrugging off concerns about how the plan passes. Look, the American people really couldn't care less about budget process, whether it's regular order. Bipartisan ship, whether it's filibuster, whether it's reconciliation, they need relief. Both men on Fox News Sunday Ah third Covert 19 vaccine could be approved in the U. S. But not before review of the FDA. The one does. Johnson and Johnson vaccine according to its maker, is more than 70% effective against mild to moderate covert symptoms, Dr Tom Inglesby, who directs the Center for Health Security of Johns Hopkins, tells Fox News Sunday. More encouraging results are also being reported. After 28 days, it's 85% protective against all strains, and there were no cases of severe disease or death. After 49 days. Ingles be notes that the Fizer and Moderna vaccines were approved before any variance circulated globally, Fox says Gurnal Scott ah whopper of a storm is bearing down on parts of the East Washington, D C could see a rare six inches of snow America's listening to Fox News. From the forest. Pretty normal traffic center Traffic is still looking good on the temporary. I was, as we get further into the afternoon to sending five is moving up to speed throughout the Bay Area at this time, Sonny finds also looking good. Both Northern's outbound lanes and I force that can get both East and West makes socializing reporting any major problems that writer downtown Tampa at this time. And the benches clear up the Citrus County. Just be careful if you're going over the water right now for high patrol issued a travel advisory Popeye wins over the Skyway Carlson News radio. The life L. A partly sunny skies this afternoon with highs in the mid seventies and winds will stay breezy out of the Southwest. Rain chances will increase as we approach sunset with our next cold front, passing through showers and a few thunderstorms moved through overnight. And we will turn much colder to start the work week. By Monday morning. Temperatures will still be mild in the upper fifties, but expect falling temperatures throughout the day as the colder air rushes in. We stay below average through Wednesday with highs in the low sixties, a next venerate neurologist Amanda Holly News, radio. W F L A Now streaming on your Amazon echo and over 2000 devices. Fire the I Heart Radio Act..

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"high patrol" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"high patrol" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"No exercise in reporting to major problems in rather downtown Tampa at this time, and the veterans is clear. I'll do such as county. Just careful. Is you going across the sky Way this evening, Florida High Patrol issued a travel advisory about high winds as you going over the water girls in his radio to be left L a After a breezy and cool start to the weekend. Today it does get chilly tonight mostly cloudy skies, temperatures dropping back into the upper forties. More clouds and sun for the second half of the weekend. Staying cool high temperatures just in the low and mid sixties, becoming mostly cloudy during the afternoon, a tiny 10% shower chance See a little bit of a warm up, though gradually as we head into the early portion of next week on Monday in the mid sixties, back up in the low and eventually mid seventies later next week, I'm Max to venerate meteorologist seeing Oliver Hey, this is Frank kowtow. And this is Doug for the business. Happy hour, Frank. It looks like you've lost a bunch of wait. What are you doing, Doug? I'm down three sizes right now. And it's all because of my exports, body dot com Workout. Wow. How often you working out? You're gonna think I'm crazy, But I am only working out 15 minutes twice a week Working. I go do this. They got two locations. One is on Kennedy and the other is in Palm Harbor on 19 Even my business schedule. I don't car about 30 minutes against the muscles Loosen fat. Just go to exports body dot com. Tell him the business happy are sent you to get your free consultation and they'll do that. Asked research Raccoon is that easy and affordable way to get smarter about your customers? Whether you need a new name for your business, are launching a new product or don't even know what questions to ask research. Raccoon can pull US based customers that day, giving you clean data to help you decide. No.

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"high patrol" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"high patrol" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Zach celebrating his birthday. I guarantee you celebrate tonight somewhere Born on this date, January 14th of 67 so the governor is calling in the National Guard got to protect the capital. Because it's the right thing to do. But my gosh and people are, you know, clogging the freeway and attacking people going into the gold. One center like we saw Vandalizing stores that are still broken into and still boarded up. Then in cities that were being taken over by and teeth and other places, you know, we can't call in the National Guard because in your fascist, but in this case, yeah, I mean demise. Early in the week, the FBI issuing a warning that armed protests were planned in all 50 state Capitol buildings around the country on inauguration week. Mayor Darrell Steinberg also shared a post on Facebook, saying that there would be a large law enforcement presence of the capitalist week. So are we not then going toe the fund the police Then we're gonna go so we're gonna use them too. So now we need him. So it's okay. Right? Maybe someone can explain this to me. I mean, Larry, how's it going? Larry's in Sacramento, Larry Hi. How you doing? Good, sir. I'm so glad you got over that covered thing. Thank you. I I called on a different subject. If I had time, I tell you about my experience. I was sequestered for 48 hours and I didn't even have it way. Have plenty of time. What do you mean, you didn't have you were sequestered for 48 hours. You didn't have it when you tested negative for Yeah, After that. They did the big swab or a stick of way back in and that takes 48 hours. That was before the new tests. This was back in March or April. I believe, okay. I'm personally I got ill and I went in to doctors. She put me in an ambulance and set me up to the big hospital it mater. Everyone discovered I had cancer. It was stage four and Anyway, what they did. They gave me a bunch of fluids again. Bunch of blood in my legs and feet swelled up and they just popped out blisters and I just leaking and and they didn't know what I wasat. Then they keep And then I couldn't breathe after this, So they brought in a chest X ray. Okay, you got you got to go and get sequestered that we think you have a covert. Because it showed fluid in my life. Well, that was, after all the tests and all that the one brilliant doctor came in to go. You don't have any of that kind of stuff. You don't have congestive heart. Very You know anything? You just got what they called a fluid overload. They gave me so much fluids and just one part of my body. Along with some chemo. Firstly did two units of blood lot of blood, and then they did another unit of some other solution, then something else. Then after they started the, uh The Kino. About Maybe 10 15 Slayer Ridge. I couldn't breathe like I can't really can't breathe. They're trying to stand around looking all. Uh, I don't know what's going on. God, my shirt leg up, because my my Put it there. I looked, and it's just swollen. I told the doctor What's that? He was? I don't know. We'll find out then. So anyway, they took me at least requested me that did the swab and put me in bed and kept me there 48 hours. His other doctor coming in and talking to him, You know? Look, I I don't have this like I know. I don't know I didn't have any symptoms. But look at my legs my feet. And he goes. Oh, my God! He goes. They must give you a lot of fluid overload so fast on this kind of stuff, And that's what the government it wasn't covered. Listen, congestive heart failure was a fluid overload just filled my lungs and that's what it was. Did you? I guess you had the chemo. So was it stage four cancer than Larry? Yeah, Yeah, I started my colon worked its way up. The reason I went because I turned yellow and waited. And I didn't realize it. Just look it. I guess I got used to looking at myself, but and my wife didn't even realize it. But the doctor sure did. I'm very sorry to hear that news, Larry. That's a rough 12 here. Well, you don't have congestive heart failure. You don't have Cove it however, you know God, Larry, I'm so sorry. Tell you what, though under good side. VH taking real good care of me after that, Because now there were rumors, you know, conscientious about that. They said they never had anything happen like that. I guess I'm the first one. Well, a little girl, You know, oncologist, they know what they're doing. But the good thing is after spin, probably nine months of chemo. The last two cat scans showed the tumors were really small. The very last one showed that most of them are out of my living. Bless you, Larry. That's such good news. My Oh, my God, that gives me hope for my friend Mark the voice guy to goodness. Well, you know, it takes, um Uh, that that breathing thing happened A couple of times when they figured out there was some additive. We're putting into the chemo there, so they took that out. And I never had that episode again. Well, the captain seems to work. The only the only bad thing I get is on. Like tomorrow. I have my chemo pump on me now. So tomorrow when I go back, they'll take the pump off and then I just get really ill for a couple days. Susan, Chemo stops and Well, just give you but, you know, be praying for you, my friend that you get a full recovery. I've got somebody prayers going right now for people, and I mean that it's not just, uh, just that's not just talk. But you know if you're a believer, if not, that's okay. I am. So I'm gonna keep continue. That leaves us about one minute, Larry to call about which the other thing you wanted to talk about. Yeah. Are crazy Governor. How much money is he spending for? 1000 troops out of our tax money to Garden capital. When when he's got the high patrolling all the other cops and this and that just shows you he doesn't like the cops. He wants the troops there because they have automatic weapons. And they'll make more of a stand from anybody that would actually want to go down there and attack the capital. Personally, I don't think that's gonna happen. They're just going way too overboard with this thing with Trump and they jump into the gun. You know, they realized well, they don't care about the facts that's by the Russian to get him out of there. They want to make street never runs again. You know, I mean, I've been a trump supporter, and I'm not a fanatic. Right? You, Larry, I got it. I got to leave it right there, My friend. I'm sorry. I'm going to the break. Thank you. Smart speaker to play Hang up. Be Kale and I heart radio Sacramento's number one for breaking news. Local news.

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"high patrol" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians

Comedians Interviewing Musicians

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"high patrol" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians

"House damn literally. It's july isn't august yet. It's still july. it's we on thursday just waiting for it now up. Thank you so much again for being here really appreciate all three of you coming out the closing bit we would like to end with. We're gonna play a little game either. Yeah would you rather everyone here has played that terrible drinking game. Would you rather or sixteen. Yeah damn. Ken starr nearly shy. I grew up in vermont. There was nothing else to do. Oh girl. I went to catholic boarding school. There was a lot to do after after for weird ass stories about that one. Okay go ahead some mind okay. So you're like i low key hate asking women about like being moms but you're such a bad ass mom like i want i i love and your kid is like so. I like a her on your instagram. Makono she's involved in the music so like what if she was more involved in the music. Like what if you had to choose between having your kid run your social media or book your events like where would your kid book you. Ooh what would your kid putting say. Yes exactly chucky cheese gotta stage. It got the lights. Yeah the backup band. She's ready yo. She goes up the best fights. The best fights trick weight. Well absolutely yeah kidding. S in his neighborhood. We what happens. Wait we'll blame throws down. And that's all. I'm saying follow there. Are some serious ticket situations going on there diving. Oh we really diving cheese releases tickets. Like a yeah. I've skin like head but yeah put into each other. It's dangerous throw some elbows tickets. They don't do that again. You know they have class. I so glad we have classic eddie anytime the good. Got the good kid okay. Would you rather watch a twenty four hour. Pepe pig thon funny. You should say that my favorite show. Yes really mind two or play music for twelve hours straight without a break pepe pig now because she's because i've been there done done that i've already actually forced us to talk english dialects. It's going to give me more work. Honestly if no one's seen the scene where pepe trying to learn how to whistle. And then she calls her friend to figure out how to whistle and her friend. Missiles laugh okay. I'm not kidding. I don't know i do we. So and sal upsetting been so it was like you put your lips together and you blow and then her friends on the phone and pepe just stone. Cold hangs up on her. She's like. I don't wanna hear your whistle. I asked you for help. And you've got me nowhere it's savage. She wants her boyfriend and now it all starts. Pepe is basically baby real housewives. We all need to watch this show. It's true tune in tomorrow at eight. Thirty third high patrol. Then yeah setback. Hop troll upon a cop patrol patrol. That sounds terrible. Ono patrol different channel patrolled skin and is really awful. Okay would you rather have a musician as a baby sitter or a comic as a baby sitter. Oh musician i mean. Both of them are able because she's already assassin talker. She's get jokes. Like i don't need my two year. Old jokes like like some money and play guitar on the corner. Oh because now we can. Now we can't go to work. Let's piano let's learn. I don't have jokes already. Smart enough sassy put your hands are ahead of sin is like no momma no analyst. Yeah just asking her to eat a fruit. Roll up in like no actually. I've never even brought up in the house. That's from my childhood. And i was gonna say you told me to eat it for roll up. I would do whatever you told me to but to if you were like asking me for role of like yet done for a house that for all about i saw at the theater kid really wanted to get nuts for a snack and then his mom was like we're getting brownie and he realized what is because brownie and not feel guilty about getting a brownie and she was like no nuts brownie and it was like that salted. Tell me talk brown accent close war which you rather eat tacos after each gag the tacos don barbecue tacos to go container. Because if we can bring to. Barbie ran mind barbecue tacos. That's the way to rudy's doesn't work you all day but the other one does bill. Miller does not have really good ice tea. I'm just gonna say diabetes diabetes. You can chew their sweet but the the barbecue will last longer. If you have some nine of whiskey and spokesman barbecue still be good for you to rounded but there it is okay to poke right my last one. Would you rather go to an all day or all weekend festival with your kid or take your kid on tour follow up. What's worse screaming kidney tour bus or your whole band in the tour. I wanna a never had either. Can't wait to find out. see what i'm doing. I'd rather than people say that. But i'm doing that do it right now. Put put us on a tour bus and please make us play like everyone. Many have a moment deep breath and the're not must nice. Don't give us a shit. Bud for nice exhale for a nice hotel every. So what's the main rule. What's the main rule on a tour. Bus hunter don't take off. Your shoes. don't know number two the role. Don't don't on the tour bus a third grade teacher. You're a goddamn adult. Don't shit on the tour. Bus tour bus smelled like feet. And we'd i wanna i'll good ones all mexico. Take the kid on tour. I want wanna take on tour. That's okay because this deal will bring his folks. His parents by the way predatory sainte. Marie are the reason why we were able to do this. At sheriff will shout out Take care of hazel when when we are on the road or doing different things and They're amazing so they would hopefully be with us and so we would have like this perfect beautiful situation that we in their own best right. So put that in your vision s with family honda auditor. We have to drive. It will just like that doesn't say vision. We'll give a huge round of applause to carry coming for being here to ninety. Thank you you guys got.

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