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"Talk about the issues and more in the next hour right here on the John Rothman program on J. G. O. HM common ground Seattle standoff I'm Jim Johnson Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill are struggling to find common ground on a legislative package that would overhaul policing and answer widespread protests south Carolina's Tim Scott is leading the GOP effort in the Senate it's frankly about saving lives let's get those seven or eight things that we have on the table that looks similar let's put them together and get a package done president trump is considering unilateral action as Bob Costantini tells us telling fox news that he will soon issue an executive order about police procedures and reforms growing out of George Ford staff the president still unsure of what that would mean it could be local level and in some cases it will be local level but I think we can certainly make recommendations and they could be very strong recommendations he does seem to believe chuckled for suspects who are under control or handcuffed might be the sort of thing a federal law could prohibit some Republicans on Capitol Hill seem to prefer it still be up to local and state laws but Costantini Washington president trump earlier slapped at Seattle and threatened federal intervention against protesters have taken over several blocks downtown a federal judge today ordered police to temporarily stop using tear gas and other disruptors against largely peaceful protests in Seattle Dr Anthony Fauci says wear a mask on a day when the CDC issued new coronavirus guidance the government's top virus experts as the pandemic continues yes thousands of deaths every day there last time we looked L. twenty around twenty thousand new infections each day it's not over it's just not and we have to do what we can do to try and continue to contain it as best we can the death toll in the US today topped one hundred fourteen thousand out of more than two confirmed cases I'm Jim Johnson I've always wanted to learn another language but every time I try it never sticks so I decided to give babble a try and I really like the teaching method of the app I started with the beginner lesson on Babel and it starts with simple words and phrases and soon you're putting those words into a conversation each lesson takes about ten to fifteen minutes and they're all really different which keeps things interesting the app is a really smart it actually keeps track of the words I'm struggling with so I can practice them and get better I just babble because it was created by real language teachers they built it around real life how people actually communicate and what they care about I.

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12:00 min | 1 year ago

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"At home by saying J. G. O. A. ten in the same kind of wares on the way that is unexpected and and and for me it's impotence I I don't know what I can do I can offer local support have a radio show so I maybe a little louder than most of you but it still feels like it's not it's not the thing that's going to change where we are another African American man is killed by a police officer in a country that he is about twelve to thirteen percent African American they disproportionately represent not only those killed by police but those that are incarcerated often for session of of of weed I'm you know yeah driving while black is a thing that you really don't know if you're white you hear about it I've seen it up close now yeah and I grew up in a cop family but I don't have any particular I didn't see it it ruined my father's life which was already on a path in that direction anyway I don't know it's frustrating and it's sad it's it's it's overwhelmingly sad and we're in the middle of a pandemic that dies bringing people together now to protest and endangering their lives and the lives of the people they love by the possible spread of sars Covey to yeah author Brent would talk to Jesse eighty eighty eight ten thanks for hanging on just appreciate the call HM how you doing today yeah like I said mail must get to someone really the only was very very upset like many other people are regarding the situation on Monday on tells us about their student earlier today talking to a couple experts talk about the payments brown about racism in the mother talk about Afghanistan it just looks a little bit careful thank you you don't need to be careful how he leads officers what's it's called all right yeah it appears a lot managers all I grew up in the pairings and let you know and that was my first encounter of seeing someone will kill all of you we currently okay it looked at first hand I have to learn to manage to be careful as a minority as a as a as a person may have been killed or behaving improperly you're just moving on race under my own thank you soon after you look cute on Jesse you're just bringing up your phone's breaking up like I am having a hard time hearing you I'm getting a little bit better now better now yeah so also you experience as well what we do how do we fix this what we do yeah this was a kid growing up in the seventies I thought in my neighborhood a local youths being killed just about police officers told about the age of ten I had learned on my own as a preteen be careful on police officers because of the color of my skin so that's going around well minorities not just African Americans Hispanics going back decades ago I'm really upset well even after Americans although I'm not one by surprise and I'm very frustrated American all this is continuing after decades and decades and I just want to say this we've seen that since the matter is too slow after the school's not boring once people people white skin like you said the homeless so they have to speak out against it I totally agree and I I'm gonna have to cut you off because I'm so I apologize but the the audio quality so bad Jesse but I you know again I I I hear but I can understand what it would be like to walk out of my house and have please look at me like I was threat just because of the color of my skin that's hard for people that are only for me I can't speak for the white people charge me to fathom what that would be like author Maria and napa Moreira KGO go ahead hi can you hear me yeah yeah yeah well I'll tell you one thing I am a white woman black hair blue eyes very light and if I cop comes up to me and I respect cop and I appreciate them any other some most of them are good people and they're just trying to do their job right my heart flutters and I've never done anything bad really okay yeah meeting ticket or whatever but it anytime a copy I just got pulled over recently for her as being a little bit and and my heart goes like crazy I I get all nervous though you know maybe it's now I'm sure he will call or maybe have a little more of the court they have more experiences but you know it's not just people of color we all know right you know I'm just one other thing you they're not gonna they're not gonna shoot yeah they're not going to take you out of the car and they're not they're not going to pull you out of the car and the millions of you and put it around well that's true probably not but let me say something else about what I really called about what's it like is that the that the people are the protesters you call them I call them rioters they're not protesting they're out there riding they're going and they're stealing things they had to shut down a twenty six target yeah in Minnesota today they're they're stealing thing they're they're smashing cars they can't even wait why don't they wait tell you know at least a few weeks to see what is gonna happen and to their cop and he actually is now beyond arrested shines unanswered question they wonder why one thing I really want to stay there I don't trust the media is really one of slowing fueling the flames of this and what you can do is to stop fueling the flames of you know about that everybody else is that that white people are racist and that's you know I'm not racist I'm social worker might my son is married to I have Maria Maria I got a son I can stop you right here because you're you the the level of ignorance that you are spouting is overwhelming I've never it's never happen to me so this can't happen and these people they're all writers no the people are out there because unlike you they have cousins and sisters and fathers and mothers that have been pulled over harassed physically abused and sometimes shot simply because of the color of their skin it's impossible for you to understand that because it's never happened to you you said it you got a little flutter when he pulled over because you thought your points on your insurance might go up when a black guy gets pulled over in a situation like that he doesn't know if somebody just reporter black I just celebrate here's a black eye going in a car the similar color cop comes out he's got his gun out you make a movement that's too swift to get a bullet in your head that's a different morals you've really got to learn a little bit more as you evaluate it before you start spreading your opinions I'm sorry to be so harsh but that call right there was everything that's wrong about white America right there they're not they're not protest yes they are protesting are some people acting inappropriately yes the people are smashing windows and stealing stuff they're bad they would they would have done that under whatever circumstances would allow them but the vast majority of Americans that are protesting this are out in the streets and again as I said before at their own peril I don't get that part but they're doing it eighty eighty eight tennis is the phone number Jesse and Brent word is that right did I just go to Jesse Jesse is that your user maybe not okay let me go to there's like Brigitte y'all gone I'm sorry this is difficult to get a Fred moderate Freddie on KGO Joe Gordon you are on top of that LATA call if you call back she described the the blue code I called the blue line that's where cops don't report I don't tell on each other I was I was very proud to wear a badge for twenty one years long time ago and I'll tell you what things have changed so much and I'm afraid that the riots in in Minnesota are going to get so out of hand somebody's gonna be killed because now they have the state police in there they have that the National Guard in there everybody's gonna be all after drones can be flown and they're gonna hold the ground and the bad guys are gonna do bad stuff in the the protesters got me a line of fire if it starts I hope it doesn't happen because somebody could be killed and it could be really out of hand tonight is Friday night and looking bad as it is looking like it's damp amping up alright but the way the corrective job is good the police when they do something in this anything bad like this they need to be prosecuted and the delays will not prosecute ever experienced that here moderate I've gone after the days of the bad cop here but the thing is we need to this data tourney general to do do any prosecution or any investigation on top to do anything or not the D. A.'s because they go so they will not prosecute have expressed it many times here would dispatch the full enough and the thing is is the delay there in Minnesota he's stepping backwards as fast as he can he doesn't want to prosecute these cops he he prosecuted one black copper killing a white lady years ago and he was proud of that that was a black copy prosecuted but there's other white cops they've done a lot of things that he didn't prosecute Scott this is Sharman guy this guy has a a long track record of doing things he shouldn't I get a break but thank you there so the protesters in sentencing our I'm watching the the sky seven coverage of this from the helicopter there kneeling in yeah I'll I'll temper neck and other police officers you know it reminds me of us at some of the police were so close and someone have their their weapons pointed at them I'm watching one one office just one officer right now well maybe that's a sticky has pointed out of it's hard to tell from this distance I don't think they're carrying rifles I think they have sticks it's hard to say again it's hard to tell from this but you know I forgot you know was fifty years ago earlier this month was Kent state I text yeah I just it just came back to me I look at this image and I see all these police and what that something hopefully that has changed that will not happen this Friday night in Minneapolis the police will fire on on on protesters all they were in nineteen seventy protesting the invasion of Cambodia the illegal invasion of Cambodia this was much closer to home it was the illegal taking of a life of an African American man that we've seen Italy throughout our culture and again you know it there is this is this is these are people that you know you can call you these people are great by the way these people San Jose they're not breaking and stealing anything they're down there and many of them look like they're ready to get arrested and that may happen and which I would I would hope that after their arrest there they would be released without any consequences that number seven descriptors burst a lot from the earlier said she's seen on the one on one but right now they're down near city hall in there kneeling they will keep an eye on that let me get you another phone phone call eighty eighty eight.

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13:42 min | 1 year ago

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"Saying Google play J. G. O. A. ten I remember thanks to fracking within KGO I remember when I was a teenager and I was on a date and we're in a movie and there was a scene in the movie where the girl says to the guy I love you he didn't say anything and she says why don't you say anything and he goes well what do you want to hear do you want the truth what do you want me to say I love you so you feel better and and my girlfriend I had this one crazy conversation after that to which was along those lines of like you know do you want the truth or do you want to be told alive he would say you know what it's like it's a matrix it's a blue pill or red pill I forget which one is is the red pill the truth the blue pill is a you keep living a lie I think it is and that's kind of what I feel like the you know the government right now the administration has an election to win in the fall and even though the truth would save lives the truth might keep them from winning elections I'm not saying that that every decision they make is based on that but it sure seems like a lot of more along those lines you know and it's joining us right now is a former Harvard Medical School professor is also founder of the university's cancer HIV aids research departments William Hazeltine that I get that right absolutely that's that's okay I'm sorry thank you you are a great piece in The Washington Post opinion section about kind of what I'm talking about it and then I'm in a more specific way though there's there's the initial excitement of of a a result and then there's the real long term truth and Madonna seems to be the one that you know that are you there yeah I mean okay yeah so I mean is that is that a real concern to you that we're not getting the the long the long term truce instead we're getting kind of what everybody wants to hear I hope is certainly are a human trait and we all hope that data will be out of this mess pretty soon but as a scientist you need to look at the data and what disturbed me and why I wrote that piece for The Washington Post is that what we're beginning to get his results announced by press release without substantive papers so that anybody could catch the hall integrity of science and medicine depends on transparency if you say you've done something after you've discovered something in your obligation to make sure other people can I understand what you've done in great detail to know whether or not they agree and in the case of medicines is even more important because their lives are at stake it's just not moving knowledge forward it's whether you're going to save lives or not let's take an example run does appear I paper came out he said run disappear doesn't do a thing it doesn't reduce virus flows it doesn't save lives and it was very well detailed paper without publishing the data another report on the same day or the day after came out is that all it is reducing the time in the hospital it's not saving lives but if we do feel that I'm locked in on people who would ever recover anyway no data just embarrass surgeon and it's over twenty days now and we haven't seen the data what is a doctor do you do follow the published papers as it doesn't work at all or published publish or follow a press release and a number of statements to the say yes it does work at least in some groups what is he going to do and right now the demand all over the world for a drug and you can't make a judgment that's not right well certainly yeah go ahead I mean we have a president who just dropped a bombshell saying he's taken hydroxy Corcoran and so that's the backdrop to which all this must deal with right I mean we have we have a yeah this is a muscle to CDC we have infectious disease specialist what's that I am not sorry Sir okay so yeah we're we're stuck in this this this this bubble of of obfuscation and in some cases you know deliberate misstatements and you know what people are trying to determine if it's a virus is is you know it's may have been around a billion years but it's still you know it's still difficult to ascertain you know what it's going to do to us I mean we may know more about this virus and six months ended in three years of HIV but we still don't know a lot I mean every time I talk to an infectious disease specialist all asking the same thing I'll ask you this too what is it about this sars could be too that bothers you the most worries you the most well the fact that he kills people and it kills not only old people if you actually look at who kills kills people of all ages including children the second thing that bothers me is that it targets so many different organ systems in many people it's the long that's how I first presented but now we know in attacks the heart in fact the kidney it causes the blood to clot all right in children and young adults it can cause a inflammation they almost entire body bad rashes in band inspections of the heart it's a serious the serious infection that bothers me and then what bothered me it prompted me to write this story is that if you're going to investigate this very difficult situation around the world you really need clarity and if people make announcements and you can't see the data you don't know what to do and it's a and that's that's a real problem so it's a combination of of of issues that are at stake here six what is the trend Hedrick and science scientific research and this a symptomatic transmission you know the fact that we don't know exactly how many Americans have this it could be as high as fifteen million according to some epidemiological models that I've seen and nobody's talking about that nobody's talking about you know how bad this abit a covert nineteen tests turned out to be high on reliable I should say I mean there's just so much here and when you brought up the mother maternal thing when that was announced the stock market went through the roof and I remember thinking to myself how stupid are these people that are betting on something from his first trial I I I the stupidest maybe a harsh word but you know it again it makes me glad that I got out of the market I'm just I'm I'm just so worried that you know that the information that people want to hear yeah that is it you know it's been expedited because you know it makes people feel better will cause them to do behavior that is going to cause another spike and possibly you know you know hundreds of thousands more deaths did you ever seen the same worry the worry I have is that America is we are the world leader in infection and that of this and that is paradoxical because we have the world's best biomedical research organization we have been a very excellent at the top we are very excellent healthcare system it may not be equally spread around the world but it's no reason to have by far the biggest infection rate in the world we messed this up and that is deeply deeply disturbing Sweeney collected it in the early days we have still not begun to manage this infection as it should be managed everybody in the public health sector will tell you what you need to do and everybody has to sign for the really save a third they say cast or identify the person you don't even have to definitely come inspect do contact tracing we know about that but then the third issue is what you do is have people you found them in contact trace those people that have been exposed whether or not you test them what we know works is to put them in a controlled quarantine that means you get a room by themselves observed when they cannot go out of that room Intel up fourteen day period has elapsed we are nowhere near doing that and nobody has suggested we do it the closest we ever come visit group suggesting that we should voluntarily self quarantine have people going to hotels Hey for their energy our given a fifty dollar day allowance for the time that they're in there that's the closest we've come but we're not even doing that and if you don't do that we know White House information that this is an epidemic that can be controlled without a drug and without actually Beijing has been virus free no new infections for over thirty days we know it can be done but we are not doing that saddle song Kong Sir and professor again we're speaking to Harvard professor and they get William hassle teen again this is I'm sorry Sir I could get a feedback I apologized but what you just said this last part about asking people to do I mean you look at it Hong Kong Hong Kong has almost as many people as New York City New York City has twenty eight thousand US they've had twenty five I mean how can that possibly be what you know again but you know we have higher higher infant mortality in in you know in in states like Mississippi than most of this the country's in there in the industrialized world so yeah there's a political aspect to this that is at the heart of everything you're talking about right now and it's it's driving the decisions that the government's making and again we don't bore muscling the CDC the president as a lining up pro trump doctors to come out and say we need to open up as soon as possible that you know that people will die you know if if from just down suicide or economic distress this we're gonna have two hundred thousand people dead by Labor Day and and in the the list can keep growing if we don't find a way to to somehow somehow modifier behavior even to a rate greater extent like you just said but I mean you know I I I have to agree with you they were not controlling infection using public health measures that we have in place and people are hoping that there will be a vaccine but at this point is I hope it's not a certainty the question is not win which is everybody's asking the question is really F. as we're speaking I'm in the process of reviewing a paper that was published today by a group in Boston and the summer in the paper the title of the paper the end and I'll meet you and I'll tell you why I'm I'm not going to be a DNA vaccine protection against sars Kobe to exist macaque well from that title you would imagine that the vaccines completely protected the animals I'm looking at the data that they are China has a virus in the infected animal after challenge as in the vaccinated animal after challenge and I could see in every case but one of all the experiments they did they did not protect the animals there was a reduction in the amount of virus but is that going to be sufficient to really protect I doubt it so even in this case here is indeed is perfectly transparent and we can see the vaccine that they are trying as a completely protected and by the way that was the case of another vaccine there was tried in Great Britain when you actually look at the data you listen to the people talking sounds like oh boy this is great you actually look at the data he realizes animals were all ejected not as heavily as they were but if you're gonna get a lethal virus you want to get a smaller segment or a big dose of it and you don't know what that small those can turn into so I am not optimistic that question is I am optimistic eventually resolve it right now the question is if not when we're going to have a vaccine so we better get our act together assuming we're not going to get it back because we know we can control it without a backseat and that's how we should be a great unfortunately as you say and that I see in my own city most people are behaving that way hello everybody or not well controlled yeah I just I hear people talking about nail salons and football stadiums and I'm like you're missing the big point here that we we need to discuss the science openly I mean looks I'll be honest with you you know speaking to you is troubling and and most of the infectious disease specialists that I speak to trouble my listeners and myself because it's not the the the.

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02:23 min | 1 year ago

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"Stay in the every president when I disagree with them I don't have a problem with that that's my job I don't know yes person sorry to let you go but you can hear the music terrorism merciful when it comes to the clock let's get that additional news when we come back I'm going to throw this thing about Mike pence to what the hell was the John Rothman right here on J. G. O. A. ten this report coronavirus update concerns expressed again by the states governors about having sufficient testing to cover their coronavirus needs but the White House task force says there is enough capacity for at least one benchmark long smoldering question that was not quelled with the idea of living states move at their own pace to ease coronavirus restrictions was answered Friday night by vice president Mike pence we believe today that we have the capacity in the United States to do a sufficient amount of testing for states to move into phase one at the time and manner that they deem to be appropriate task force members say the United States can do a million times per week but many governors believe that will not be sufficient to validate lower case numbers so they can move on to phase two Bob Costantini Washington new York's governor among those to say the federal government was doing too little to make sure they can perform mass diagnostic testing I'm Bob Cusack house GOP leader Kevin McCarthy said it would go along with adding money to hospitals in the next congressional bill to replenish funding for the small business relief program the correspondent Jeff McKay tells us what Republicans won't agree to McCarthy said Republicans will draw the line at the democratic demand for billions of dollars in funding for state and local governments talks will continue over the weekend California governor Gavin Newsom says his state is hurting financially due to the covered nineteen pandemic we are now in a pandemic induced recession here in the state of California California lost nearly a hundred thousand jobs in March ending a record ten year streak of growth the unemployment rate in the nation's most populous state was five point three percent last month the trump administration is launching a nineteen billion dollar program to help farmers struggling from the corona virus pandemic three billion of that will go toward buying fresh produce dairy and meat products.

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01:51 min | 1 year ago

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"It's important that we share if you're hurting if there's something that's weighing on you that's keeping you up at night that relates to this crisis give us a call I don't have all the answers we have the most amazing audience and every time somebody has presented a problem we have had people with in our audience have been able to call in and render some pretty doggone good solutions listen to Pat noon to three J. G. O. A. ten provocative personal unfiltered this is mouth piece everybody's.

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07:51 min | 1 year ago

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"Thanks for calling in for Thursday J. G. O. A. ten your phone calls as we all shelter in place together I'm sold children at the age your radio studios we're all staying about six feet apart were wiping down every conceivable service were wiping down the little foam clown noses on the microphones were doing everything we can to stay safe would be safer if we were to stay at home which is where you probably are thank you for tuning in to KGO at home let's go over to we got more phone calls misty in San Francisco misty hi try to circle the really important things that I have not heard whatsoever that's going to come across as controversial but it's straight up is the fact we're dealing with a spiritual matter here this whole situation began by some evil practices show that spread worldwide sh that's the thing that I wanna drive is I don't think that we're in this together some of us have been sick and alone for years decades even and people have not stepped out to even notice because it didn't affect them Chellaston Milano thing is you still are yes Sir I have not been in the lord I mean people are still not waking up to a greater spiritual fact but what we need to change is the things we have going in by the way we live our life Burch invalid or smoking they're still out there buying a buying a lighter the people that are on drinking are still out there buying alcohol people at home are going to be on **** they're gonna be smoking it should go in this one goes out what I don't want to fall into and I do appreciate you calling in thank you for that what I don't want to fall into is blaming people what's happening we saw that with the aids virus we HIV virus we saw people being blamed for quote unquote their lifestyle some of the more spiritual people blame them for having the wrong attitude you know if you were sick it was something you could cure yourself of and we found out that helps nobody zero nobody let's go on over to Chriss as a baby at home hi Chris Hey yes I do we're fine you're sheltering in place Michael Kors no I just watched as we are asked to shelter in place damn right eleven tickets on forty sixth avenues are not exactly downtown right between the blocks of Judah and critical for street sweeping corners that would normally never have bad there I'm a stay at home dad I work from home so I usually go tell the neighbors the F. or F. I. T. right it's getting closer street sweeping time worldwide retain drug gave everyone a ticket yeah we're gonna jump you on mosque who is didn't ask if the shelter in place right perhaps what degree should be on that because I know L. A. suspended this policy but San Francisco still gonna generate the revenue that's what I hear the anger and I totally understand that Kim McAllister well there there's an article in the chronicle and the San Francisco municipal transit agency did put out information as to which traffic violations or parking violations will be cited in which won't and what they call street cleaning is impacting health and safety so that's why they're still ticketing and still trying to keep the streets clean because they still have to do that what they will not be enforcing is seventy two hour parking limit sign telling residential park permit parking commuter shuttles and Picto aways keep our tow away zones but you'll still get a parking ticket if your meter expires right in two days Los Angeles I have the same problem why were they able to suspend this that's a great question it is a good question you know what I've actually Chris with this reminds me of was yesterday when we were trying to coordinate information from all the different counties is that everything's happening so fast that in some cases the one hand doesn't know what the other hand is doing well and I think every jurisdiction is setting up their own rules so why would San Francisco call down to LA and ask what they're doing why you know that type of thing whereas the bay area counties seem to be more in line with each other because they were all working together on that still there are some differences from county to county yeah Chris I can understand why you're mad I'd be mad too I think street flooding yes street sweeping a sanitation why are we forcing meters right now you know there's a line here there's a Lana and I hope that as things progress we got three weeks ahead of us I hope as things progress these things evolve to make more sense as we go along eighty eighty eight ten mark in Santa Clara is next up on the Patterson show with Angie and Kim hi mark Hey this is mark I have a suggestion for people that think that the the issuance of checks by the feds to contact the Social Security Administration and update your address because that maybe the address the use and I know some people may not have a permanent address dealing with homelessness and things like that and hopefully they'll be some places perhaps the U. S. P. S. or other outlets that would allow that mail to go there so people can collect those checks if they don't have the option for direct deposit I think regardless they that they do need to get their address updated and I did that today and if you go to the website a lot of the responses when you try to update your address on the website it comes back and says address cannot be verified I believe that's one of their security quirks and iPhone eight hundred number and they were no help so I printed the form and mailed it to one of the local bay area social security offices so it seems like you did get the job done but you have an awful lot of barriers in front of you yes so once again if people have even if they have other mail coming to them they need to check and see if that shows your security administration has their current mailing address in case those checks are issued soon got it mark thank you for that just the kind of advice were trying to pass along to our listeners as kind of we're all in this together some more than others were in this together though and sharing the wisdom is very important let's talk to Erin who's calling in from Union City Erin how's this going for you Hey how's it going I am a Barker at Concord California and he's pretty tough we got shut down for about three weeks if you people don't know on the ten ninety nine contractors yeah I only get paid if I weren't so you know it is affecting me and my family but we just hope for the best and we all understand that we're all in this together I just hope people take the lock down seriously so you can have it all cleaned up god I hope so too I hope they understand this is how you flatten the curve of new infections and I you know I got to ask you were you hearing this morning about how the White House is considering writing checks to US citizens to get them over situations just like yours yeah I mean it's tough I mean I don't know how how we will go all day you now how how long it'll take before that and so you know you gotta play this day by day yeah and right now thank you so much hang in their best your family okay I thank you all right take care eight zero eight zero eight one zero Robert in Tracy is checking in Hey Robert how's this going for you well it's not affecting me too hard because I still have both by businesses open gates are outside the US other areas of my crews working pretty hard I got a lot of our.

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"Podcast network conversations now filling in for that first J. G. O. A. ten going through as many of your phone calls here as we can as we try together to grapple with what exactly the shelter in place order means let's go to Cindy who's calling from San Jose Cindy welcome to Patterson show within gene Kim Hey how you doing how are hanging in there Cindy how are you about the same so I mean you were driver I also drive chip Reid shares tonight you delivery with a company called roadie so I have all these gigs that I do the shelter in place how is that going to affect me that not an essential thing but in some ways it is sometimes I'm delivering medication hello in your center well they used to what we got from the Contra Costa county services and because all the county's work on this together it seems as though most of them will be the same most of the rules will be the same across all the counties you as this taxi service sort of your your sort of a taxi service if you are helping people to complete their essential errands you're getting into the pharmacy you're getting them to the grocery store you're okay you can't go take them to the movies are out to a restaurant you need to be out there for the same reasons they're out there okay well that's that's good to know I just think that now is maybe it's time that California should maybe think about trying out the universal benefit program you know where everybody gets a certain amount of the cult UPI UPI Herschel benefit income this is a great argument for you be I absolutely send the I gotta move on to more calls we're going to talk to who we got here we have got clear in Santa Rosa Claire good afternoon your honor here hi there thank you for taking my call sure so I have a question for you guys if you have any info for me I have severe out of my part of my whole life my work currently have no plans of closing down or limiting the interaction with clients I'm wondering what protections or right do I have to not come to work what's the what's the nature of your work it is a dog boarding and daycare facility so I am mostly around dogs but it's a lot of traffic coming in and out of where I work from what it sounds like it we keep emphasizing that we're working on the barest new information and we're not lawyers but it sounds to me like what you're talking about is a business that is not essential and if they don't close they got themselves a passel of problems have you talked to them since this edict came out I have briefly asked them if they have any plans to you know close down a bit but they said they currently they don't intend to do is there going to have to I mean there's a dude having your dog boarded is not essential so clearly what I said you know I'd like to hear from you tomorrow and find out what you hear I'm looking at that list for Contra Costa county health services yeah and they have a list of all essential businesses and it looks like child care and senior care are on the list but it doesn't say anything about pet care got it so you you can always complained to the county health department in your area if you feel that your business should be close by I would bring it up to them because this just happened today so maybe with new directives they'll rethink and that we're gonna be coming up on a network update just a moment Kim is going to be giving us the latest in the news on the flip side of the news you're going to want to stay tuned for this we're talking to someone from the Washington post who's going to fill us in on the replacement of employment money for those of you who are going to have to stay home stay tuned for that on KGO San Francisco Oakland San Jose it's through third to report corona virus update president trump says the U. S. may be headed toward a recession as the corona virus outbreak continues to batter the economy the president also adds there are no plans for nationwide locked out at this point not station white but well there's some point you know some places are nations that are not very effective all but we may we may look at certain areas certain certain hot spots as they call them we'll be looking at that but at this moment no we're not one day after the federal reserve chopped interest rates to near zero the stock market tanked again correspondent Alison cosmetology as all of these are policy moves they can't cure the virus one step further than that the reason we're seeing the markets react like this is because the markets this year the market on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average fell almost three thousand points the S. and P. down three hundred twenty five I'm in Kate's the key geo news time is two thirty one good afternoon to you this report is sponsored by home depot area public health officials are ordering a shelter in place for all residents beginning at midnight help slow the spread of the corona virus it requires people in six counties to stay home for three weeks except for essential needs like food and medical care and public health officer Matt Willis that's pharmacies will stay open and restaurants should still provide deliveries you can even take your dog for a walk we can all expect to start doing some cabin fever and will be important to remember that we can get outdoors as long as a practicing those best practices and social distancing that we've been talking about that means keeping six feet away from each other essential government operations like police fire garbage pick up will all continue during the shelter in place San Francisco mayor London breed.

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"Roll filling in for Pat Thurston J. G. O. A. ten so very much to digest this afternoon on both the federal state and local level here on KGO thank you for tuning in will continue to bring you the news as it breaks we're gonna talk to her right now to Dan from can he was many years at The Washington Post and now he's with press watch an intervention for political journalism Dan thank you so much for cutting into your day I'm glad to have you hi it's a good to be here at it you know you and I were planning to talk anyway about the way that Donald Trump has presented in this press conferences over the last two or three days today I want to check my reality against yours I will dare to use the word presidential even to the point of saying the media has been fair in its coverage and that measured scene told that we're seeing what's your take I completely agree it was absolutely amazing to see it was like a completely different Donald Trump at least for most of that it's like someone sat him down before hand and said this is really serious there's a lot riding on this and you've got to change your tune up until now what we've been hearing for template basically is you know wash your hands but I've got this under control and you know and we've been we've been our reactions and fantastic and today he talked about you be released an incredible list of an actual list the people should look up online to fifteen you know fifteen days to slow the spread he he recommended you don't go to restaurants don't go to bars he didn't avoid social gatherings of groups more than ten people and if you talk about shelter in place I mean I know you got to talk about we're talking about children please write to talk about social distancing the first time almost since ever and so although I would say that you guys are sort of at really in the middle of the most incredible story element of it today with the sub replacement in the area but we also saw it was something very dramatic in Washington tell me about his his capacity to have done something like this and also because this is your particular purview how the press has treated him up to this point because it's almost as though up to this point they've been treating him as the president that we saw today well it's a really good observation we didn't give him a lot of credit and and and really according to everything he says with the same kind of so desperate they would report on the president's when what he's been saying a lot of the time is it not true or is delusional or is you know ridiculously optimistic but today yeah he actually came out and and spoke but I guess you could say presidential I I mean I I worry about that a bit because he still you know he was asked to to raise his own his response that he gave himself a ten yes still Donald Trump he hadn't changed entirely and you know towards the end of the of the of the greeting and I felt like the instructions were wearing off but but yeah I mean it was it was a very serious thing he talked about up until now he basically said he thought the whole buyers think what sort of blow over fairly soon that would be disappearing to be America would be gone you know what April and may finally dollars this gonna be definitely a problem based in the summer it was a it was a whole whole new born without a past accomplishment that I talk about the person's responsibility to even now even though we've seen this turn in character for him to talk about their responsibility to fact check their responsibility to catch them to couch their rhetoric in news straightforward ways and what we should be looking for along those lines what will the press is a very hard time not taking the president seriously about his words and you would think after three years we would recognize that this president requires something other than that which is basically a lot of skepticism I'm not saying that everything he says hi you don't assume that everything he says is true by the way he's got that kind of track record he does and the president and generally when I'm talking when I talk about the present time but in the political journalistic outlets would be our times Washington post eighteen CNN has generally been a little bit too credulous about sort of recording whatever he says and focusing too much on him and and so even though I do think he he he did make a big change today Hey I don't know how long it'll last B. I still think that with the press should be doing is not letting Donald Trump set the agenda for the coronavirus crisis which they have done up until now to examine that I'm sorry can you give me an example of of them letting him set the agenda for courage resistance I think you've got a whole crop of regional and state leaders who are actually taking the helm and making really tough decisions about about things like sheltering in place or or a social distancing or closing down schools and and so I think those folks are the ones who are more in touch with it is really going on what really needs to happen I mean today was a story apparently that he talked to come talk to the governor is basically said you know you've got to get their own your own equipment instead of taking the lead so I don't think we can trust on the truck the take the lead on this I think we have to look to people for people who who are taking decisive action to work who are really informed I want to see a lot more for the scientists and the public health experts when I do come on the politicians I know it's a bit beyond your purview down but have you been watching local coverage and thinking in terms of how it measures up to the national mainstream coverage well it's not local coverage it tends to be about local news and especially narrow I mean local coverage has always been really put a lot lot more reliable the national coverage and and and and people trust a lot more than they cover the trust national coverage and and certainly when you talk about coverage of virus issues it's all based on the real rhetoric you know is thrown around a lot in Washington but when you get out of Washington it doesn't matter as much so so I I think that people do instead trust local news Dan I know our time is really appreciated today and I thank you so much for visiting through the news conferences and waiting we're gonna have you on again real soon for a longer conversation thanks a good luck to you guys over there thank you I prefer going to be interesting Dan through can and you can follow his calling at press watchers dot org is the press watch organization an intervention for political journalism markets crazy again today and not in a good way let's go to Kim McAllister get the closing numbers for some of our local stocks Angie the Dow industrials sank nearly three thousand points today because of fears on Wall Street the corona virus outbreak will throw the global economy into recession so twelve point nine percent drop in the Dow is the worst since nineteen eighty seven and I was president trump gave a press conference and told Americans to avoid large gatherings the losses accelerated what does it mean for big tech stocks well it looks like apples down thirty five dollars seventy six cents a share standing now at two hundred forty two dollars twenty one cents without the loss of twelve point eight percent Google's parent company alphabet losing a hundred forty one dollars so they're now a thousand seventy three eleven point six percent drop Facebook shares down just twenty four dollars and twenty seven cents bringing it down to one hundred and forty six and change last down fourteen and a quarter we'll check some other big companies as the day wears on now that the markets are closing that'll that should hold steady will look at futures as well and see what's on tap for tomorrow's markets hi Kim McAllister thank you so much for the KGO radio news let's talk now about what you have in your mind we're all up we're all we're going to be told as of tomorrow to be sheltered in place one thing that is absolutely critical to emphasize is that essential services will remain open what I fear we're going to see this afternoon is grocery stores over run with people gas stations over run with people trying to get gas ahead of time there's no need to do that these services will remain open you'll even be able to order carry out from likely your favorite restaurant a lot of this will be staying open for delivery only so there you have it tell me your thoughts here eighty eighty eight ten eight zero eight zero eight one zero let's talk about how we cope let's talk about what we all planned to do to get those board games out you know be ready to talk on the phone the people you haven't talked to in forever have assume conversation I get assume conversation set up tonight with my three sisters we haven't all been together in the same place in years we're all gonna be touching base today and that was planned even before the shelter in place so your cut your ideas on this your advice to your neighbors tell me what you did this weekend that involves staying home that is now going to stretch into your new reality for the next three weeks what can you offer our other listeners in terms of advice handed you know dare I say it even some calming rhetoric because these are gonna be some difficult times that we're moving into eight zero eight zero eight one zero will get as many of your calls and as we can and will stretch that right into the next hour it's this is where we move into neighborhood and neighbors mode where we all need to be here for each other it's going to be a difficult time and I think that one of the things we need to watch for is not so much this next week where it's new and novel difficult yes an adjustment yes but we need to watch for becoming too placid about it I think as we stretch into week two and week three it's going to get more and more restless and we need to watch to make sure that we don't start to think this new normal allows us to stretch the barriers a little bit human nature it's hard to sustain this kind of thing so this is something we need to.

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01:49 min | 1 year ago

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"KGO radio San Francisco Oakland San Jose Tim we're out of time next Friday next week I'll okay I hope so same times well channel better thank you so much watch movies so Tim sika his website is celluloid dreams dot net but also don't forget follow him on Facebook is a very entertaining guy follow him on Facebook Facebook dot com slash Tim sika T. I. M. S. I. K. A. we'll be right back with chip Franklin on KGO they're still on KGO eight ten hi folks Jim Peters and the U. S. Supreme Court was established on the principles of fairness dignity and impartiality but it's really a mess finally on the phone and I want to tell you about a new show I'm working on called five to four nine justices that compose the Supreme Court not the smartest people in the country no we are that every leader Rhiannon and Michael are gonna take on a legally dubious Supreme Court decision listen and subscribe to five to four free wherever you get your podcasts from the Westwood One podcast network conversations one three three a new crop thirteen failed at Nicky's wondering is this a change in how California voters are going to vote just get the nail on the head we keep giving them money and nothing else is there to show for your email and Mickey for several years now I don't vote on anything that results that money that goes into government coffers I want my schools to have the upgrade they need my kids are in public schools why am I not seeing that with the amount of money the state yeah J. G. O. morning show with Nick you adoro six to ten on KGO eight great news we found a pot at the end of the rainbow but it wasn't full of gold it was full of four thousand dollars in cash and we want to give it to you I think you have the luck of the Irish teacher to win the luck of the.

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"Ten John Rothman with you right here on J. G. O. looks to what Mary who's calling from Oakland merry welcome hi John on sale December because I think he can be trumped he's not my whole heart and soul choice I like Warren but I don't think she can beat him and as I am here for for trial for Bloomberg yeah that's a lot of people fall back position and what I hear from a lot of people is that if a Biden drops out they'll go to Bloomberg as well yeah we'll just have to see about Biden he seems to be failing yeah time will tell merry thank you for calling and have a splendid weekend you too John I've been listening to you for years well I'm delighted to have you thanks also on call delighted that's even better okay great thank you so much well let me go to my mood calling from Hillsborough Martin welcome to KGO Hey John thank you so much for taking my call I'm really really worried yeah I think the Democrats are in a no win situation or lose I think we nominate Bernie and the odd that we win in November our review result because a lot of people in the middle would be hearing this rhetoric that you know he did socialist communist Martin you know person and who wants to go with that and a lot of people in the middle who are not active political there you know just the old old there you know what four of their minds and the land that warning for trump because the economy is good and you know the the news is going to be all very positive and so what if the that game or a guy and he's doing well for the country if you could choose democratic candidate who would it be you.

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02:55 min | 2 years ago

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"Ray mean to you when you were growing up did you used to sneak listens to his records and the name because I started doing stand up when I was about when I'm when I'm fifteen so I'm look before baby for thirteen fourteen I'm kinda like Listin to start listen to Richard Pryor and then I listened to everything like that Derek and Clive it but the Dudley Moore and Peter cook. lord Buckley all the rest of the National Lampoon album to listen to and all that. George Carlin Bill Cosby. and Rudy red red fox Rudy ray Moore isn't part of that group re read more as like the underground like those guys in the mainstream and he was kind of like a hundred gram. so when I started watching him list in hand it was inspirational. then it was like I was just a fan of that but it was funny this fire to be like that but I knew he was all the way in the bottom this is this characters in my creation this is a real person the first time I played a real person and so I'm trying to. when you do somebody's movie in your playing the best ones when you capture the essence just a little bit of it you know it's not like you're doing mimicking them to capture their their assets that's what I was trying to do with this guy how excited are you that you're gonna be doing us a knowledge. I like going back to old high school. and that was demanding out with Eddie Murphy last night yeah the O. J.'s were also on the roof the red carpet they were performing on the red carpet that's cool the end of the carpet the you know down a little of roller coaster they did they did love train they did backstabber is money money money money did that they did all their hits I am so far away from my DJ days start a mix up backs I know man I love train love roller coasters you know very it it's an honest mistake. it's sad but it's on. but for each bridges picking out a home for me right now our she says she'll visit but we know it's not true. Steve there the O. J. G. O. you visit me in a home and bring soup no okay just check in wow measuring the considerate it was cold unbelievable are we come back we got a little open news Kanye news Ricky Martin news and more team that you're more entertainment for Monday eight sixteen seven twenty WGN what do you have Steve our terrorism charges have been filed against a man in the Woodfield mall incident remember he drove through the mall in Schaumburg earlier this month I will tell you what prosecutors found on his computer coming up at eight thirty from the WGN newsroom my first all Iman Eisenhower at two ninety four causing a backup from eighty three it's about forty minutes in from.

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02:36 min | 2 years ago

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"You're gonna say I've never been nice day anyway no that's true any right to that and then should there be a rent control throughout the entire state yeah I am we'll see as was injured are tough questions and we'll get to the bottom of them all righty that's tipping Nikki and I'm Pat and I'll see you tomorrow from noon until three this is KGO. forty Niners football is back on J. G. O. Sunday Niners take on the bangles pregame at nine kick off at ten nine KGO San Francisco a cumulus stations. good afternoon I'm making the door and this news update sponsored by a by a business phone lines trusted by one million users the NTSB says the dive boat on which thirty four people were killed did not have a crew member on required watch Robert somewhat is the chairman of the national transportation safety board is to this point have indicated that the five surviving crew members war in fact a sleep at the time that the fire broke out part of the certificate for this vessel required that there be constantly a roving watch person to keep an eye on the safety of the vessel in the interviews to this point have indicated that that did not transpire a lawyer for the boat's owner disputes the finding that all six members were sleeping when the fire broke out he's as a crew member checked on an around the galley area around two thirty that morning a salvage crew today raise the conception to the surface of the water and we'll take it to shore for inspection by investigators the murder trial of redwood city socialite who posted a thirty five million dollar bail has been postponed until next week definitely is charged with orchestrating the twenty sixteen murder of twenty seven year old Kenneth green the fatherless children leader boyfriend cover by at all are charged in the case which prosecutors say was over a child custody battle and the top house Democrat is staying away from labeling the house judiciary committee's impeachment activities here's correspondent Jerry Bowen while Democrats are using words like inquiry investigation and process house speaker Nancy Pelosi sidestepped questions about whether the party has a mixed message on impeachment saying she's pleased with the current approach that was later investigate litigate that's the path we have one and that has to be on she called impeachment a divisive issue adding it'll be pursued only if the facts justify it and added that from a timing standpoint Democrats are where they need to be but didn't elaborate to rebuild under washing. the author of the Harry potter books is donating eighteen million dollars for research into the treatment of multiple sclerosis.

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02:14 min | 2 years ago

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"All is back on J. G. O. Sunday Niners take on the bangles pregame at nine kick off at ten nine KGO San Francisco a cumulus stay good morning I'm Brett per car with your top of the hour news updates sponsored by California bank and trust uber and lift have vowed to defy an approved bill that would turn their drivers into one please the state legislature passed the bill Wednesday and governor Gavin Newsom is expected to sign it but even if he does and by law ride share drivers are employees not independent contractors uber and lift say they will comply the bill written by democratic assembly member Lorraine Gonzalez is about protecting so called get workers who are misclassified for these billion dollar tech company she says his current labor law doesn't pay payroll taxes that doesn't take into social security Medicare doesn't provide a minimum wage and overtime that jeopardizes everything for those who oppose the bill say it takes away the gig workers freedom and flexibility the controversy continues Jim rope Los Angeles San Francisco's problem plagued central subway system is facing yet another major delay and tell at least the year twenty twenty one for months the city's municipal transportation agency has been insisting that the product would be finished by December of this year that was already a delay of the planned opening in two thousand eighteen after years long court battle with the contractor also at one point some of the tracks were made out of the wrong kind of steel and had to be replaced more delays came due to the debate over name in the station after a controversial Chinatown figure the agency's new project manager says substantial completion of construction is now targeted for me twenty twenty but customers will not be able to ride the new central subway for another year and after completion because it will take that long to test the new system KGO Terry rows reports the subway will eventually run between Chinatown and the Caltrain station south of market the house Judiciary Committee is moving forward with an impeachment investigation of president trump congressman Jerry Nadler is chairman of the committee let me clear up any remaining doubt the kind that under investigation poses a threat to our democracy we have an obligation to respond to this thread and we are doing so such a resolution could compel current and former. members of the trump administration and campaign to testify so find many of them have ignored subpoenas however ranking committee member Republican Doug Collins says the resolution passed by the committee is not an impeachment and chorus is not needed what is new is like.

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01:44 min | 2 years ago

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"Ted you ever see Bob Seger no no it is a bucket list item and they've added nine shows to their final tour. you think it will be their final term sometimes and they say it's gonna be the final Tor than you know hell freezes over and what have you which is the name of it. all right. Bob Seger seventy four years old I saw by the way the rolling stones couple weeks ago there're almost octogenarians right and they were awesome okay moving around the as my insurer no. the come up their walkers are moving as much but they were animated they sound good I was down at Levi's stadium they sounded great but we are giving away tickets to Bob Seger right now caller number eight at four one five nine nine five sixty eight ten you are going to win it I should be a fun show that's fantastic what you got coming up coming up Ronnie Lotte hall of Famer we can talk about the mess that is the raiders but also some real positive vibes from the forty Niners yesterday I'm sure Ronnie Lott will will chime in accordingly also are you still a football fan I go back and forth I mean I am is Die Hard as it comes with these last couple years honestly just seeing that had issues and knowing that my ten year old son is never gonna play tackle football them for the health issues it just kinda it it's I've taken a step back and seeing players like Antonio brown and a lot of these egotistical players just kind of sets me off on the on the wrong direction but then again you know what I was watching five hours of football yesterday so I can't figure it out is it like you also are people pulled me back in to watch football anyway runny lots going to join us next here on KGO eight ten. football is back on J. G. O. Sunday Niners take on the bangles pregame at nine kick off at ten nine KGO San Francisco a cumulus stations. morning with their top.

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"Do we are taking your calls Bill? Go ahead their history. I like reading history to my. I like I would say that history. If we can learn the deeper aspects of it, but it's trying to teach us. So what are we supposed to learn these are the questions, and you know, how can I use this the maybe educate others, you know, it'll be very doesn't that doesn't give you a certain amount of what's the word. I'm looking for years sort of a when you're sort of. I don't know what we're looking for it is. But, but it's when you you're not the opposite of hubristic humility gives you that when you're trying to make decisions in the president, doesn't it? Very well. That's what I like about you. Because of your became says the deeper aspect of it. I do. And that's what makes me think it's pretty complicated. Right. And also to my I haven't part of it. I think is spiritual. What we can get allowing us to really understand, for example, when I was in the military also. You know, I I'm keeping good thoughts. His unit. You're very welcome. I served almost most of my turn Germany one of the things. I did what I had some time off. I had a chance to rest because I come from a Jewish background. It's really try to make some kind of meaning maybe a spiritual level of going to one of the concentration camps. Doc. Oh, you know, take away was, you know, it was really spiritual. That was my big takeaway. I'd be like. Yeah. Other than just the incident and the actions, it was something much deeper and closing up to help us. Yes. I think that's right. I'll tell you the image. I had a com when I was there was German school killed children on their knees. Crying. That was that's what took my breath away. Let's see we're going to switch gears a little bit. Thank you Bill. We're gonna talk about Kamala Harris. Let's talk to David. Go ahead. David. Hey, how's it going? Thanks, Mike, take on camera Harris. And I and I would agree agree with leeann here know, she she you like her you wanna like her. But when she starts, you know, trying to be a little too fake about, you know, smoking pot in the past. That's where she can lose a lot of voters, especially when she's very new in the national stage, or at least trying to make a big presence in the national stage. She's very uniquely gifted as a politician. Fresh states that she's smart. She's smart and she's need to like act like something. She's not just feel like, you know, here's Mike has more clearer perspective specific perspective and Kamala Harris, Mike, go ahead. Thanks for taking my call. Okay. Number one. I voted for Kamala Harris primarily because it was her to block, Loretta Sanchez. The only thing I like about Kamala Harris issues talking about the legalization of cannabis nationwide, which is going to and needs to happen. And I wanna digital combat if I might quickly not course, regarding historical perspective. Yeah. We hear a lot about dead white slave owners on the other hand, we have baseball and football and basketball teams called the Aztecs and the Aztecs were known for sacrifice. Yeah. But we never hear anybody criticize the aspects. It's always Jefferson owned slaves. Washington on slaves. I'm completely against any type of slavery. Slavery was an evil that we still need to deal with. But I think the skewed perspective if these kids are. Getting in school is that all the old white guys you founded this country were slave owners. I and you know, entrepreneurs and politicians second. Well, there was there's that issue. But, but it's it's again, I think it's a more subtle issue of the post structuralist who believed that power is the only thing that matters and the white patriarch. King held their power just for themselves. There's a whole philosophy sort of afoot here that is also infecting the but was wrong. Let's be clear Essex worse slaveholders. Laud? They did not subject a particular color of people to chattel slavery. That was the oldest weeded out. That's on the history of this particular thing happened eight hundred two two two five two two two is our number. That is leeann tweeden. We're gonna talk to Alexander cat after the break. I'm Dr drew, and this is midday live, Dr J G O.

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"I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta, helping you live better life. We're going to talk about a manslaughter case it was upheld as a young woman. I really of it's kind. It is a young woman who texted her boyfriend when he was saying you want to kill him, south, Texas. I'm just go ahead and do it and he did. And now, she is guilty of manslaughter, and that has been appel. We'll talk about that. And we were talking and I were talking off the air about fake news. And I don't know why we're not harder on the press because I were hard on all professions. We should be hard on them too. And I I don't like it whenever they qualify things. Because as soon as they qualify. No, they're going for a, but I know I know they're going for a narrative, some type makes me want to out the minute. They say that even the fact checking at the state of the union address, the paralegal Mr. Trump said we have more women serving in congress than ever before. NBC news put out an article in the said, yes, that's correct. But they're mostly Democrats say that what what to do with it. Proud that more women are serving than ever before about that. Yes, we're Democrats in the house. So most of the people now. Yeah. There's another statement more women in the workplace than ever before. Yes. But that's a continuation of a long term trend, and he had no one said, thankfully, there's been the continuation of a trend. Now, there are more. It's the same thing to say more women in the workforce, just by the way. Of course, it's a long term trend because in the fifties. There were no women in the workforce. So it has been a long term trend that's continued here. So it stating the obvious even in order to maintain a narrative that is unnecessary. Again, just give us the facts true or not tell us, correct? Give me the data shows the data don't give me your narrative about it. Exactly. Just show me the data. I'm happy to them. Happy to take a look at that more women serving in congress, correct period cracks. Here's the number exactly. More of the workforce. Here's an abridged, which is fantastic. And I don't care what you are. I I don't I don't understand why they you know. I do understand. Bias in what they are. Which is I don't find. I guess it's always been like that, you know, back in the days of Andrew Jackson. I think he himself even put out his own newspaper to support his stuff and even even in the era of Lincoln. If you read the Lincoln, Douglas debates, one transcribed by a democrat other transcribed by Republicans to different they literally what had to happen because they were so different Lincoln would be given both. He would collate them. He'd write them in his own version of what he meant to say or whatever he would have final approval on what went forward in terms of the public. They published Lincoln Douglas abates. But, but that's funny that he who was a half of the debate would have to write down the middle of what the debate actually was which is fun. He'd have to take both sides of it have to be a third party personnel together. But no. What about Douglas? The point is he he knew better than to take just even here. Here's republican. He knew better just take the Republican version of what he said he knew it wasn't what he said. And same thing he knew wasn't democrat side because it wasn't what he said, and he collated them. And then you know, sort of edited into what it was. He was saying, and if you read them, please read them everybody, we it's incumbent upon you to study American history. You have an obligation. Lot of the things that we Fred about today. We'll come into much, greater focus. If you understand where this all came from. And I'm as guilty as anybody took me fifty years to get around to getting in reading the right stuff. You know to make sure that I had a clear understanding everything. That's this is Dr drew. We are broadcast here on midday live, Dr J G O.

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