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‘Lockdown’ is a British dictionary’s word of the year.
"Locked down. That's the word of the year, according to Colin's Dictionary lockdowns defined as the imposition of stringent restrictions on travel, social interaction and access to public spaces. Collins Corpus looks at both spoken and written material from things like books and websites to TV and radio and found a 6000% increase in usage of the word lock down from 2019 to 2020. Other pandemic related words and phrases like social distancing, furlough and self isolate, were also on the dictionary's top 10 list. Jennifer Jones Lee
"jennifer jones" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"Know about me is that I take no prisoners I'm focused on really making change and so I stepped up to the plate because it's one of those you know if your call to serve and you believe that you can do something to impact you know these systems then you better step up and you'd better do your part, and as you do your part, you better bring along with you. The people who maybe know a little bit more than you do and just bring your skill set the table to achieve what you believe is possible. That's why. No arm-twisting. And we're just in the last two minutes here but I wanted to check in with you about two other things. There are still more things that you're leading on involved with. I'm and we're in our last couple minutes Jennifer Jones Austin thank you for the time you. were. Appointed by the mayor and accepted to be the chair of the Board of correction on the there was an announcement earlier this year that there is a work group being formed to come up with a plan to end punitive segregation otherwise known solitary confinement. That was supposed to move forward in the fall. So what's the status of that? So this is a little bit about break like breaking breaking news because we are very, very close We put the working group together because we wanted to make sure that we had the input of not just the Department of Correction and not just the board of Correction in in our representative is vice chair. Stanley Richards, we also wanted to have the input of the the officers. Who are on a daily basis working in rikers and the other jails around the city of New York. So we asked that the president of Koba the Correction Office Benevolent Association be part of the working group, and then also we wanted to hear from persons with lived experience, and so we asked the Hoskins of just just leadership to be a part of the conversation. The working group is well, the working group is very close to completion of the plan to. End Solitary confinement and It's my understanding that literally in the next several days, they will be presenting the plan to the city of New York and to the board of direction, and then we are going to go into public comment The the rule will be will incorporate into the rule it'll be certified. We'll bring to the public for comment, and then we will have a vote on the rule probably sometime in hopefully in the next four to six weeks. That's the. Timing there, and did you get code to.
"jennifer jones" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"On rental assistance, but we're also focusing on building mental health needs trauma issues, education support for children young and old, and then also you know how do we address some of the other issues that are bubbling up like the elderly being isolated being disengaged? How do we help them? and Are you getting the the response that's needed from the New York City Government in New York state government. You know it's a challenge itself real challenge We all have heard about how city has been financially impacted by Kobe nineteen the the city leadership is anticipating that over the The next two fiscal years, we will see a nine billion dollar deficit governor Cuomo is anticipating. Hundred Billion dollar deficit. Without. Federal Economic Stimulus money. Directly. Flow into New York City we're going to have a problem because that nine billion dollar deficit comes from the loss of city tax levy. Dollars Tax Levy dollars that you know that we get from having a great tourism industry from retail. If from from the restaurant business, if those tax dollars aren't coming in, then the tax levied the city tax, the city tax dollars go down the budget goes down and what is cut What is Those non mandated services for a lot of the. Additional Food Insecurity. A lot of the after school service supports things of that nature, and so it's a struggle. It's a struggle for nonprofits right now, and it's a struggle organizations like ours to help raise awareness about the importance of not cutting these programs harming the people who've already been. So greatly harmed by Kobe we get some traction traction, but it's always a push pull. Right. And that sort of is. A segue into one of the new roles you've taken on, which is part of this reimagining of the police department in policing in public safety in your city. You you're announced via police commissioner Dermott, Shea the mayor has as being among the leaders of this new effort when you go into these community discussions and internal discussions about police reform policy reform, are there core principles that you come in with our their guiding lines that that you bring to your philosophy about this? Absolutely first and foremost that This needs to be a sincere earnest and honest process that this. This cannot be a process where it's a let's go here with the community says Oh yeah. Yeah we do that. We do this. We check that box It's just that they don't know that we've done this..
"jennifer jones" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"Joins us now in. That's Jennifer Jones Austin she's the CEO Executive Director of F. P.. A. An Anti Poverty Policy and Advocacy Organization. She wears other acts as well, which she is going to tell us about Jennifer. This is Ben Max from Gotham Gazette. Thanks so much for joining us. Good APP in good to be with the to be with people. How are you actually jared had a little bit of a medical. Issue today and nothing nothing too serious but he's not able to join us. So it's just you and I. And, I'm sorry that I wasn't aware that I just got off all with the Center for law brain and behavior. In at Harvard aboard that is essentially that is focused on looking at the neuroscience behind behavior and in law involvement. So very, very interesting conversation. And on. The. Number of things that you're involved with that when we would like to your Matt on. I just. Tell us a little bit about F- PWA and what it's what it's up to especially amid the devastation of covid nineteen. Absolutely. So W A is nearly one hundred year old organization It is an organization that is rooted in the Protestant community. The P and F W stands for Protestant it's an organization was created several many many years ago nearly one hundred years ago to sit alongside Uga and Catholic charities at the policy making table at a time when social services in New York City were doled out based on religious affiliation if you were not Catholic or Jewish identified as Protestant or not but certainly weren't Jewish or Catholic, you were farmed out if you will to. Organizations that fell under the Protestant umbrella for everything for childcare to child welfare to food supports. Housing Cetera. So the organization has been in existence for that many years nearly one hundred and over the time has engaged more with a secular organizations. NONPROFITS than it has with faith based organizations so much that today are nearly one hundred, seventy nonprofit. A member agencies are mainly organizations that do not have a religious affiliation and those that do may be Catholic maybe Jewish Muslim Buddhist we do not discriminate on the basis of religion and what we seek to do. Is, connect to the community on issues, concerning individuals and families that are challenged economically with respect to help him into health needs and even increasingly people who've been engaged. With the justice system and are challenged mainly focuses on fighting poverty, and all of the issues attend into poverty that come with poverty lack of access to quality health and mental health care lack.
Smash Mouth Receives Hate Mail After Crowded Pandemic Concert
"In the band smash mouth played at the annual event this year, fans crammed together for the concert, with very few face masks in sight. Smash mouth frontman Steve Har Well, even shouted at the bikers obscenities about the cove at 19 pandemic. Now, the band says, it's getting hate mail that includes words like selfish and kills Over 100. New cases of Cove in 19 were linked to the 10 Day event. The band claims everything backstage at the concert was sanitized, and his members took precautions. But it doesn't seem the group's fans followed those same procedures. Jennifer Jones. Lee News,
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"I'm Jennifer Jones, Lee and some of the stories we're watching in the 24 hour news room. Everybody's talking about California Senator Kamala Harris That's make her first appearance is Joe Biden's running mate. Today they'll speak together in Biden's home state of Delaware, dozens of fans winter Here's his apartment in D. C last night just to try and catch a glimpse of her and celebrate. If elected, Harris would make history as the first woman, first black person and first person of Indian descent. To serve as vice president. She's also the first woman of color on a major party ticket, and they just read this on The Associated Press. Sumner Redstone, who built a media empire from his family's drive in theater chain, has died at the age of 97. Right now, let's say Hello, talk a little business buzz. It's CNBC's Jane Wells. You could follow Jane on Social Media at Jane Wells. Jane. Good morning. I understand you've got some new inflation numbers for us. Yes, Inflation came in last month higher than expected prices. You're seeing prices go up. You're not no kidding. They rose 0.6% in July on and that is the largest monthly increase since January 1991. This is for all items, except food and energy. Now when you put included, energy is still say prices went up points. Percent. Jennifer interesting. I would have thought food prices would play into this. No food prices last month actually went down a little bit, but it's things like cars. If you're out there trying to get a new or used car. There's been kind of a scramble this summer because people are just want to go. I guess on a driving vacation. I don't know what car prices are One reason that inflation is up a little higher, well, actually much higher than expected 10.6%. The estimate was 0.3%. You know what has surprised me through this pandemic? I think that I figured home prices would plummet. I think I figured car prices would plummet. It has been just the opposite. You're seeing a buying frenzy because people want to stay at home or they want to hunker down. Or maybe they're moving from thie. You know the big cities into the suburbs, that sort of thing, And you're right. Car seals have seen them Serge recently because people are saying, Hey, this is my chance to go camping with the family or we need a little bit bigger vehicles, something like that. Of it. Maybe they didn't need before. Well, also, I think part of it has been the Fed monetary policy where they've just put so much liquidity into the system. And people are buying gold and all this sort of thing that That that prices are starting to go up after having been down so much when this thing first hit? Sure. Alright, well mentioned you mentioned cars. Let's talk Tesla now and, gosh, I wish I had some Tesla's stock. Well, if you own Tesla's stock by August 21st that one share will become five shares August 31st. It doesn't really me. If it's $100 a share, then you suddenly got five shares were $20. But but this Tesla's stock has gotten so hot. In fact, This news. It's up 7% premarket at over $1400 a share. You divided by five. You're going to be pretty much close to $300 a share. Why do this? Okay, So why? Why, you know, Divide the pie Five ways. What does it mean? Well, It used to mean. Oh, now it's a little bit more affordable, and that still might be the case where somebody be like, Oh, it's only $300 a Cheryl buy some shares. But you don't really need to do that now because of Robin Hood in Charles Charles Schwab. You don't have to buy a full share anymore. So it's not really clear why Tessa wants to do. This could get a few more people to buy. There is one Theory out there, though, Jennifer, if you can get bear with me for 30 seconds, so Tesla's is now going to qualify for the S and P 500 Index because it's had a full year of profitability. Finally, now the SNP is 500 stocks that represent the economy. The Dow is only 30 stocks very prestigious to get on there. Currently there No automakers on it. But the Dow is this weird index, where these 30 stocks they affect that number. We hear every day based on their share price. So if you have one stock that's really expensive. It throws the whole index out of whack. By making its individual share place lower. There is a possibility that Tesla could qualify for the Dow, even though it's not nearly the most valuable car company by revenues, But it is sexy and it is the most valuable buy stock market value right now, so that's just one room. Thing. Maybe an Elon musk ce had like I want to get on that Dow industrial Index and we'll see. I'm just throwing that out there because Apple did this right this year. Didn't you? A plan for a split? Yes. Apple just announced a split in July. But way back before Apple got on the Dow. It did a stock split, and miraculously, not long after that, the doubt put Apple and to the index so It's it's it's. It's just some its prestige to be in the Dow Jones industrial Average. Those 30 companies is a huge deal, in fact, that there is not now a single car maker in there tells you that in the American industrial landscape, none of them qualify. All right. Well, they're people who right now are taking a sip of their Dr Pepper thinking maybe I could look a Tesla. Maybe this isn't a bad time to get in this game. And but people if you are taking a superior, Dr Hummer right now, savor that sip because apparently all of us want to be a pepper, too. The company put out on Twitter Twitter that there is a DR Pepper shortage and they're working on it. And I'm sorry. I mean, I like Dr Pepper, but But there's but a Dr Pepper shortage because the pandemic CNN right reached out of them like, Well, what's the cause? And they didn't hear back. Is it an aluminum? Damn crying? Right. Like beer companies have said, Hey, we've got all the beer that we need. We just don't have the cans to put it in. Or is it a PR hype?.
"jennifer jones" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"With that. Jennifer Jones, lead L. A county health director. Dr. Robert for Air says the people of Lake County have been doing a great job of following health orders at the start of a new week, a new month and we're cautiously optimistic that we're getting back on track to slowing the spread of covert 19. Prayer says the rates of cases hospitalizations and deaths is trending downward. But she says it's still not the time to reopen. News is brought to you by 1 800 No cuffs the prosecution of suspended City Councilman Jose Huizar has moved forward. There is expected back in federal court tomorrow, where lawyers will hash on how to move forward with the start of trial. These are officially handed his defense over to a federal public defender yesterday as he entered a plea of not guilty to 34 counts related to a pay to play scheme. Prosecutors say we's are used his influence. To shake down real estate developers for at least $1.5 million in bribes, campaign contributions and trips. The charges include bribery fraud, Lango investigators and money laundering. If he's found guilty, was our faces more than 100 years in prison in Chris and Carl. Okay, if I knew a coalition of social justice groups have demonstrated in favor of a ballot measure that would change how property taxes are collected. Sylvia Vanegas from the Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment, says the ballot measure would increase property taxes on many businesses, which what add roughly about 12 year to our state budget. Her vital public services, including education and health services..
"jennifer jones" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In with that. Jennifer Jones leads the D A says 173 pharmacies in Los Angeles were looted during the riots in May. And at last count, 1.3 million doses of some pretty powerful drugs were stolen. 60,000 biking and tablets are out there. 45,000 oxycodone tablets 40,000 and better mean tablets. Opium. Opium tincture, Oxy morph own hydrochloride. Bill Batna runs the D A and L A and says Because of the looting, there are 70 to 80 different times of controlled substances on the street, he says. Of the 173 pharmacies. 25% have yet to report their losses. So the number of stolen doses is expected to go up. Steve Gregor, we can't find new news is brought to you by American Vision Windows. Orange County has used DNA to solve its oldest Jane Doe cold case where a woman was raped, beaten. And had her throat slashed. The body found 52 years ago in a farm field in Huntington Beach belonged to Anita Pito from Maine. DNA also identified her killer as Johnny Crisco, a man who died of cancer in 2015. Investigators are trying to figure out how the two knew each other Working parents can help get help distance learning with Ako vids Safe child care this fall at the Y. M C. A Orange County CEO Geoff McBride says the organization's gearing up for a large demand and doesn't plan to turn anyone away since the schools. Close. The potential will have additional classroom space that won't be used. We're looking at that. We also have tense we can put up. We could do a lot of different things like Brad said Teachers at his 40 sites are working with various school districts to make sure kids get the help they need. Plus, he says, the Y M C A has been taking care of kids throughout the pandemic. With no spread of infections. Mechanical jaws are helping to create a way of taking medication through chewing gum. Researchers at the University of Bristol in the UK SE medicated chewing gum is a great way to get drugs into a patient's Body. The problem is, there's no proven method of testing. How well gum releases medicine into the mouth. The study in I'II transactions on biomedical engineering Tessa Robot built specifically to chew like humans. Dio the robot, Jacques comes with its own teeth, mimics human chewing motions and even produces artificial saliva. Researchers say the mechanical mouth allows them to measure how much chemical is being released into the saliva Gina grad Ko Phi Nu and COMMENT. Hunters have been streaming into Angeles National Forest to peek at Neil Wise, this guy said he's not bothered by the traffic..
Petition calls for statues of Dolly Parton to replace Confederate leaders in Tennessee
"The petition is circulating asking to have statues to Britney spears replace Confederate monuments across Louisiana the petition argues he would honor an actual Louisiana heroes and she's donated to numerous hurricane relief funds and in Tennessee local lawmakers are considering an idea to replace a statue of former KKK leader and Confederate soldier Nathan Bedford Forrest with the statue of singer Dolly Parton the creator of a petition on change dot org says history shouldn't be forgotten but we need not glamorize those who do not deserve our praise instead let us honor a true Tennessee hero Dolly Parton Jennifer Jones Lee
'The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez' examines how the system failed a murdered boy
"The disturbing story behind the murder of a child in Palmdale in twenty thirteen is debuting on Netflix the trials of Gabriel Fernandez is being described as difficult to watch not just from the perspective of the facts of the story the child abuse at the hands of the boy's mom and step dad the child protective system that failed to protect him but the structure of the documentary itself is being questioned the case is spread over six parts which some true crime watchers say has become the problem with the genre trying to come up with content to fill a series the documentary which airs tonight comes with a disclaimer regarding the disturbing details of the torture Fernandes went through but filmmakers say those details are necessary Jennifer Jones Lee KFI
"jennifer jones" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"News late edition Jennifer Jones Lee when Resnick me lead story this is bad as yesterday be prepared well if you're traveling maybe you're driving in which isn't bad because you're spending hours more on the road listening to our show so on behalf of our advertisers thank you very much we greatly appreciate it and Dr it's although it is better from what I understand in terms the parking structures and that line for I the taxis and the ride sharing companies Ober lift etcetera now than it was at the beginning they straighten it out somewhat somewhat yeah so people are still have their complaints but it's better right all right what do you think about toll lanes in the Sepulveda pass the member for years only county spends it making the four oh five freeway wider through this appalled that a past doesn't matter I mean I go through this ball would pass a lot and it doesn't matter I mean still bumper to bumper well now they wonder if they could put solo drivers in the car pool lane if they charge them a toll to drive in that lane would that make it any better I know and I'll tell you why because even the carpool lane is bumper to bumper yeah during rush hour which goes from four AM till three thirty AM the next day you got a half half our sweet spot yeah maybe on good days unless unless there's an accident I yeah at three in the morning the Oxford I the house impeachment report is being unveiled today but you won't hi closed doors and that's to both Democrats and Republicans and I soon that is that just the committee is okay and then on to vote I think on whether to like.
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Waiting For The Supreme Court On Several Decisions
"Waiting for the decisions i'm jennifer jones lee live from the k._f._i. twenty four hour newsroom is handled mentioned the u._s. supreme court is just about to rule on questions including citizenship on the census and redistricting challengers argued the question would scare way non-citizens leading to under representation in congress the trump administration argued the question would help with enforcing voting rights laws several lower court judges had ruled the feds violated the law by adding the question in an arbitrary manner as soon as those decisions come down we'll bring them to
"jennifer jones" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Jennifer Jones Lee live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. British Prime Minister Theresa may announce she's stepping down. She'll stay on until the conservative chooses a new leader. I do so with no ill-will, but with enormous and enduring gratitude to have had the opportunity to serve the country. I love a pull in March showed half of British voters were hoping this would happen may so called mex- it comes after three years of struggling to fulfill people's votes to leave the EU. There's been talk of holding a new referendum to see voters change their mind about Brexit USC has released records showing investigators thought gynecologist George Tyndall might be a psychopath the investigation in two thousand sixteen also turned up Tindall's apparent preference for preying on Gulnara Asian students, but USC paid Tyndall to resign and did not report the findings to a state medical board. The newly released documents also show USC investigated Tyndall three years before that. But the evidence was considered inconcl. -clusive hundreds of women say, Tindal touched, and talk to them inappropriately, at the campus clinic, Harvey Weinstein's, former film company is tentatively agreed to a forty four million dollar settlement for sexual misconduct claims when scenes accuser's claim me was enabled by his brother and other executives who ignored what was going on Aaron Katersky says it's more of a break for the company then for Harvey Weinstein. Harvey Weinstein still faces criminal charges in New York for sexual misconduct involving two accusers. And he is scheduled to go on trial on the fall line. Seen says he's only ever had consensual sex celebrity chef. Mario batali is due in court in Boston on a charge of indecent assault and battery his pleaded not guilty this morning this morning, a woman claims batali groped and kissed her repeatedly after offering to take a photo with her in two thousand seventeen three more wealthy. Parents have pleaded guilty in the college admissions bribery scandal. They were all accused of paying to improve their kids. Exam scores. Businessman Greg Abbott and his wife Marcia admitted in Boston. Yeah. Yesterday to mail fraud frozen. Burrito company founder, Peter start sartorial also pleaded guilty. Prosecutors have recommended a year of prison for the abbots in six months or less for the breed. Oh, guy say lawmakers are considering a Bill to let college athletes, higher agents and accept payden, -dorsements sports agent Lee Steinberg says paying athletes could give them another reason to stay in school and get a degree gives a better chance. Aqui ping the highest performing athlete on the college campus as opposed to having them jump to the pros. The bills passed the state Senate in is now headed to the assembly and the siege fees, Memorial Day, weekend, maximum enforcement period starts at six tonight as many officers as possible would be scouring the streets for drunken high drivers.
"jennifer jones" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Meantime, Jennifer Jones leaf a woman student doctor, and USC over claims of sexual assault while she was unconscious Natalie, west says she went in for nose job in two thousand fourteen and was penetrated with an object. I just constantly have been. Trying to recover from what he did to me. I'm terrified of doctors. She claims she had leading for the next six weeks. The lawsuit alleges the doctor trained USC students who are regularly in the operating room. News is brought to you by Mike. Thomson's RV prosecutors have charged a transient for allegedly using an e scooter to beat a woman to death in Long Beach officials in Louisiana have confirmed Ahmad reading was released from a mental health facility in February after allegedly setting his family's house on fire, the man faces life in prison. If convicted for Monday's attack reading do back in court at the end of the month. New York City. Mayor Bill de Blasios announced he's running for president to Blasios said his work in the city should be a model for the nascent like universal pre-k an increased minimum wage a poll of New York City voters last month found seventy six percent did not want to Blasios to run. Former president, Jimmy Carter has been let out of the hospital to recover from hip replacement surgery Carter broke his hip Monday. The Carter Center says the ninety four. Year old still plans to teach Sunday school at his Baptist church in Georgia this weekend. Former first lady Roslyn, Carter is also going home from the hospital. She was admitted yesterday because she felt thinks by the way, Jimmy Carter is the longest living president in US history and NBC's tonight show starring Jimmy Fallon has gotten some backlash for letting Morrissey perform while wearing a pin supporting far right politics..
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"Jennifer Jones Lee, a family has demanded an explanation from ice about a detention death in Atalanta a twenty seven year old died last month after spending weeks in the hospital Lucia Bara sits brother became a dad shortly after his death to this day. We know nothing as to what led my brother to hospitalized while in the custody of the other lentil detention centers in Dane county, coroner's office did not investigate the death. I says the man had been convicted under charge of fleeing police officer, and the acting director of ice has resigned rot resigned Ron fellows started as border patrol agent in nineteen eighty five and worked his way up to border patrol. Chief, but he was passed over for the job of ice director last week. When the Trump administration pulled his nomination, the outgoing homeland security secretary cares to Nielsen says that yellow was unaware unwavering advocate for the men and women who protect the nation by enforcing border laws. News is brought to you by next Aaron heat police say unusual sources help them find an illegal marijuana operation in Glendora. That source was a huge tree that crashed into a couple of homes that extreme damage to the neighbor home. Yes. And it penetrated the roof from the start of the fire in there a man named Russ as the down tree exposed the marijuana grow in his neighbor's home Tuesday night. The grow lights, then started a fire. This to be any neighborhood. They could be you know, anybody's next door. Neighbor. Police say arrests are possible in Glendora. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. The UK's appointment with the point of no return has been delayed. One more time. The European Union has given Britain until Halloween to figure out a plan for how to exit the EU Prime Minister Theresa. May says she understands people are frustrated the UK should have left the EU by now. And I sincerely regret. The fact that I have not yet been able to swayed parliament to approve a deal which would allow the UK to leave in a smooth and orderly way if parliament can't pass a plan a so called no deal. Braxton could cause economic disruption and confusion and a high school. Principal has died in America trying to save a kid across the Atlantic. Garrick Nelson went into a coma after donating bone marrow for a fourteen year old boy in France, Nelson was the principal of Westfield high school in New Jersey, a bone marrow donor program told him as blood might be a match with the boy in France who need never met Nelson said if it's just a little bit of pain for a little bit of time that can give someone years of joy. It's all worth it. He slipped into a coma in February. Just after the routine donation procedure at a hospital in jersey. He died Sunday surrounded by family online petition to rename the high school after Nelson has gotten thousands of signatures since his death. Michael krozier, KFI news. Let's get back to that crash.
Judge rules the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional. What does it mean?
"Collective health care system. So you're gonna have to pay a fine. And then we can use that money to offset. The fact that you're not participating properly. And it went to the street pre the supreme court and people said congress cannot force somebody to buy a product. Well, you can make people have a driver's license. Yeah. Only if they wanna drive nobody is required to drive though. Well, you can make people have car insurance. Yes. But only if they want to own and operate a car on the public streets. You don't have to do that. If you don't want to and for the most part. Governments can't charge. You just for living. And they can't charge you for not buying thing. They can charge you if you buy it. But not if you don't want to and the supreme court. Really, quite honestly and chief Justice Roberts in particular. Twisted themselves into knots in order to save it. Deciding that the individual mandate was in fact, a tax and congress can in fact, Levy taxes, and therefore, it's cool. And it's kosher. Fine. Well, as you may remember last year with the tax cut legislation that the Trump administration passed they zeroed out the financial penalty for the mandate. So they let the mandate stand. And they absolutely let the Affordable Care Act stand. So now, you have a real dilemma. Because arguably the only reason that the Affordable Care Act was upheld. The first time is because the mandate came with a penalty, and that allowed the supreme court majority to say therefore, it's a tax and therefore it's cool. Well, now there's no penalty what is a mandate without a penalty. What happens when you tell your kid? It's time to go to bed. But they know that you can't do anything if they don't go to bed. Well, for one thing they probably don't go to bed. But the other thing is what kind of an order is that. And so I think it's sixteen states. No, I think it's eighteen states, including Texas filed another lawsuit, and they said guess what it's unconstitutional because now it's not a tax because it can't be tax. If there's no penalty if can't be attacks. If nobody will ever have to pay a penny for not having health insurance. How is that attacks? And this judge said that is absolutely correct. All right. So that's the first part of the decision and a lot of people agree with that part of the decision. One hundred percent. And it does make sense. It can't be a tax. If nobody ever pays a penny. Then the judge found that without the mandate. You can't have any of the rest of it. If one part of a law is unconstitutional, then you have to look at whether it can be separated from the rest of the law or not. And if it can't then the entire law goes down, if it can then you can say, well, we just don't have the mandate anymore, but we have all the rest of it. Well, this judge decided that without the mandate all the rest of it fails. And it's an interesting thing because. I think we all know the mandate really was the foundation of ObamaCare based on the idea that if everybody either has insurance or pays this money. They'll be enough coverage, and they'll be enough money. For everything to be paid for now. That's a that is structurally true. In other words, if you don't have a mandate, that's enforceable. And a lot of people decide they're not going to carry these small health insurance plans anymore, and they don't have to pay anything into the system. It makes sense that the whole thing could collapse. Economically, for example. But that's very different than saying. You can't take the mandate away from the rest of the law that it's impossible. You can take the mandate away. And then you have to see if the system falls apart or not. So the idea that they're inseparable from a constitutional standpoint. That's where a lot of legal scholars say that basically this judge went through the same kind of tortured twisting of things to get the result. He wanted that the supreme court went through when the majority there wanted to save it. This guy did the same thing in order to kill it. Right now. There's no effect. It's just a Declan declaration decision. There's no there's no consequence to anybody. The judge did not impose. An order preventing ObamaCare from continuing. He just said I find it's unconstitutional, and he's leaving everybody else to figure out what to do next which will be an appeal to an appeals court and a fairly high possibility that either at the circuit court level, or at the appeals court level that this guy will be overturned. I don't think I've ever seen this much speculation that a decision would be immediately overturned. So that's what's happening there like for right now. Really nothing's different on the street when we come back. Hey, some pensions here in L A. We know pensions are big some police former police fire in particular getting big pensions. Some of them are so big. They violate IRS rules, and what's happening to deal with that. You are not going to like it one little bit unless you're one of the people getting one of those pensions, and you're gonna like what's happening a lot. We'll explain we come back KFI AM six forty Bill Handel show. Jennifer Jones Lee high surf advisory in effect between San Diego and Ventura counties farther north and San Luis Obispo county forecasters are predicting waves as
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"Jennifer Jones Lee live from the KFI. Twenty four hour newsroom. A vote is scheduled this morning. I'm Brad Kavanagh supreme court nomination. Cevdet Senate Judiciary committee chairman Chuck Grassley gave his take on yesterday's testimony from Cavanaugh who refuted claims from Christine Blasi Ford, the cavenaugh sexually assaulted her in the early eighties. Dr Ford's testimony credible and believe she's sincere version of the facts, but also found judge Kavanagh's testimony credible and sincere Republicans have an eleven ten majority on the committee. So it's expected Kavanagh's nomination will go through to the full Senate. A few Democrats on the Senate Judiciary committee left the room in protest following chaotic vote to vote on Kavanagh's nomination. Several female lawmakers in the house stood up in protest as well. Police in Whittier say an investigation into sexual assault claims is underway at an elementary school. The local school district says apparent approach the school a couple of weeks ago about a student possibly sexually assaulting another. Student. The Whittier PD says it's investigating the claims, but the students at the school are not endanger the FBI is asked for help. Finding a man suspected of violent sexual assaults in LA, especially James, Scott, Gary says investigators are trying to link the man to other attacks because of the pattern two thousand three to two thousand seventeen and based on investigation, we believe he's responsible for many more. Gary Ola says the man posted bail and skip discord appear appearance stay in LA last year. Investigators say he's popped up a few places on the east coast. A man from riverside has been sentenced to twenty one years in prison in the sex trafficking of a teenage girl. The guy pleaded guilty yesterday to several other charges including kidnapping robbery, burglary and assault with a firearm. The man drove the team to Newport Beach in February to have sex with the fifty nine year old man, whom he then robbed. Save lawmakers have agreed to give Cal fire more money to get through the year. The saints firefighting agency has been approved for two hundred thirty four million dollars for twenty eighteen so far this year. Fire's responded to more than five thousand fires which burn within six hundred twenty thousand acres. The additional money will allow the agency to put the fire engines and fire crews in dry areas in order to respond to fires even faster than before. And is superior court. Judge in Orange County says California sanctuary law is hopelessly overreaching an unconstitutional. The judge said the California values that makes it more likely that criminals will be released into the community Huntington beach city attorney Michael gates says the law infringes on the city's rights to affects you wait. It's law enforcement policies as it sees fit without interference from the state of California Huntington beach police chief Robert handy says immigration is an important law enforcement tool. We learned that lesson over and over again after nine eleven and other things it's critically important for us to be able to communicate share intelligence share information and Espy fifty four limited. That candy says Sacramento shouldn't be telling him how to police his local community at the superior court of Orange County and Santa Ana corporate Carson KFI news traffic.
"jennifer jones" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Call? With Jennifer Jones lead. Good morning. It's KFI AM six forty. More stimulating talk Tuesday September twenty fifth. Here's some of the stories. We're watching in the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. Bring court nominee. Brad Kavanagh has sent a letter to the Senate Judiciary committee saying he will not be intimidated into withdrawing from the confirmation process at five. Oh, five we'll talk with ABC's. Karen travers. The president will meet face to face with deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein on Thursday, kind of look like Rosenstein was going to resign yesterday. Right after you apparently gave his verbal resignation to chief of staff John Kelly. Well, then that didn't happen. So what now and then the bring are also Bill Cosby today. It's sentencing day for him prosecutors in Pennsylvania, if asked the judge to put the actor away for five to ten years for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman and investigators have linked some recent attacks on homeless people in L A, and Santa Monica and also will have the latest on the shooting in east LA where in LA county sheriff's deputy was shot overnight. All of that is coming up including at six o five. It's handled on the news bled. Start with some of those stories coming out of the KFI twenty four hour newsroom supreme court nominee. Brett Cavanaugh has appeared on Fox News to deny sexual misconduct allegations cavenaugh appeared alongside his wife last night to see that he will not withdraw from his nomination. And he knows the president is standing by him cavenaugh questioned the credibility of his former Yale classmate Deborah Ramirez who says that he put his genitals in her face. I never did any such thing. Never did any such thing. The other people alleged to be there. Don't recall any such thing. If such a thing had happened. It would have been the talk of campus cavenaugh and his first accuser Christine Blasi Ford or testify before the Senate Thursday. We'll have more on this with ABC's. Karen Travers a little bit later. Bill. Cosby has a good chance of being sent to prison today. Prosecutors in Pennsylvania have requested a five to ten year sentence for Cosby sexual assault convictions. They told the judge yesterday Cosby. Has no remorse and could re-offend despite his poor age and health. Now, the defense has requested house arrest if the judge is extra lenient Cosby could get just probation. Not sure at what time that's supposed to come down this morning. If it does during our show, of course, we'll break in the handle and bring that to you live, President Trump is expected to focus on American sovereignty and the North Korean negotiations in a second U N address. Now Trump's scheduled to speak before the UN national general assembly in New York, roughly seven fifteen this morning, of course, that is political time. So what that means? We'll bring that to you live though. So we'll actually break into handled through four that. Now, Trump will also chair UN Security Council meeting for the first time the meeting will focus on nuclear issues, including Iran and LA county sheriff's deputy has been shot while struggling to grab someone's gun in east LA sheriff Jim McDonald says a pair of deputies notice three people acting suspiciously in a car last night when they confronted the group one of them produced a gun. The deputy.
Julie Chen Officially Exits The Talk
"KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk. It's morning. I'm Jennifer Jones Lee the stories we're watching in the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. Senators have scheduled public testimony for supreme court nominee Brett, Kevin Kavanagh and the woman
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"Lee, she's got that summer cold everyone's trying to avoid. Here's some of the stories we're following in the twenty four hour KFI newsroom. President Trump says a new book by Watergate reporter Bob Woodward is full of lies and phony sources Woodward's book claims Trump's chief of staff privately called him an idiot, and the Defense Secretary said Trump has the understanding of a fifth or sixth grader supreme court nominee. Brett cavenaugh can expect to spend most of today answering pointed questions on day two of his confirmation hearings. The first of at least four days of hearings began with partisan quarreling over the nomination and persistent protests from members of the audience followed by their arrests a twenty one year old man from Newport Beach is going to stand trial on charges. He murdered a gay university of Pennsylvania student in a hate crime. A judge ruled yesterday there's enough evidence to try Samuel Woodward for the January stabbing death of blaze Bernstein. At five thirty five. It's our business buzz with CNBC's. Jane wells tech is testifying on Capitol Hill. Twitter's there Facebook's there, but where's Google? And it's six oh five it's hand on the news. We're of course, going to be talking more about day to confirmation hearing for Brad Kavanagh. All right. Let's say good morning,
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"News a mom. In the UK is warning parents to. Make sure kids wear socks while trying on shoes the mom says her. Four year old daughter was diagnosed with sepsis Day after a trip to the store where she tried on some shoes barefoot doctors say. That's how the girl picked up the infection the girl had a fever was shaking twitching and, need an operation to drain the pass from, her, leg she is expected, to be
Women Struggling to Get Pregnant Turn to Fertility Apps
"Now there's there apps. That you like an APs that you don't like they're absent or dangerous and apps. That are really, terrific this one a lot of women particularly trying to. Get pregnant thinks that this is pretty good I happen to. Think this is horrible Particularly for business Mine and there's a story here opens out of the. New York Times it opens with this couple, in the, colon Christopher Roberts Trying to start a family in two thousand sixteen she gets pregnant and then miscarried three months later. And then getting pregnant a second time became, almost impossible She started doing all the stuff that people do Neo Natal, vitamins tracking her menstrual cycle, I taking? Over the counter ovulation tests trying a few internet wacky suggestions like putting your legs up. In the air after sex which is a very exciting isn't it and. Not moving for half an hour And I soon after sex as opposed to not moving for half an hour. During sex and I've been there a few times then, what she, did is Sony I'd. For a fit bit like device called Eva is worn on the wrist at night and uses sensors to identified identify the five, fertile days and a woman's, monthly cycle? To improve her out odds of conception So she started using the device and March was pregnant by June And she's among a growing number of women who are seeking out for tiddle show. With the, app sub with wearable devices to, help, grow their families and unfortunately it looks to be. Working which well there's one more that's not coming into my office And first of all is. A lot tougher, to get pregnant we know that I've known that and. It's gotten worse the, infertility rate in this country is astronomical why lifestyles have made it a lot tougher just just mechanically working. Couples finding the time to track their menstrual cycles take ovulation tests measure their daily temperature with these basil body for thermometers and then literally saying I'll. See you tonight at eight thirty five because, that's, going to be a great time to each other Also you have women are? Focusing on careers and they put up their marriage and children until later. And the older, woman gets harder it is to get pregnant we know. That and that's what's, going on in this country pregnancy babies happening much older which of course brings down the rate of pregnancy So What do they? Do Incidentally the birth rate among women under thirty has been falling. Steadily since twenty ten and so what they're doing now is, using, apps like this unfortunately and I gotta tell you this Eva is among the most advanced technologically, data corrector or collector it collects data
Breathing Polluted Air Makes You Dumber, Study Finds
"Air pollution could, be making people dumber study shows that breathing dirty air over time has a significant impact on cognitive, ability especially in older men researchers. Examined test scores of nearly thirty two thousand people over four, years study published in the proceedings of the national kademi. Of sciences found the polluted air, Kosti productions in verbal and math scores which experts, say could impact. Someone's ability, to rent daily errands or make more serious high stakes decisions pollution. Could also. Be a risk factor in developing Alzheimer's or other forms of
Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department Looking Into Asia Argento Sexual Abuse Case
"The LA county sheriff's department is reached out to an actor who says, he, was sexually. Assaulted by me activists Asia Gento the actress was. Thirty seven in two thousand three when she allegedly gave the seventeen year old alcohol and initiated sexual contact at, a hotel in marina del Rey they. Knew each other from a movie whereas Gento, played the, boy's mother Our Shanto reportedly paid three hundred thousand dollars three hundred eighty. Thousand dollars. In hush money she became face of. The metoo movement last year when she accused. Harvey Weinstein of rape Weinstein's lawyer says the allegations reveal stunning hypocrisy Weinstein claims his for your relationship with our Gento was
Caitlyn Jenner reunites with the Kardashians for Kylie's 21st birthday party
"Jerry and Shannon Wall Street the Dow is down one hundred and eighty four s and p five hundred fourteen NASDAQ. Down thirty five this is all about Turkey and the news or I guess I should say the increase steel and aluminum tariffs at the president says he will be. Placing on Turkey their currency has fallen the
KFI, Pasadena and Chargers discussed on Bill Handel
"At the Pasadena convention. Center What's the catch Get out some always wanted. To. Eat lucky okay Jason Nathanson post a. Really good question did elf ever? Eat a cat No he tried many times to eat cats on the show like you would there were always these great funny. Scenes where he'd be sitting at. The. Table with two pieces of bread and. It'd be looking at the cat Any pick the cat lucky up and he'd put him in between the two Or he he opened his. Mouth. And try to try to eat lucky said. But then he'd, always stop yes if you want to, see an alien, alien but I mean if you want to see a creature eat a cat you have to go see that shape of water movie Well this weekend is the comic con of cats you can't bring your. Own cat that you can. Come dressed up as cats apparently people come dressed like. In cat costumes with capes like, cats superheroes there's all this catch wag and then the Pasadena humane societies, like the adoption ambassador so they'll bring lake lake there like every other shelter in LA county they are just so overcrowded so they're going to bring all of their cats, there so you can. Adopt a cat get catch wag or just go cat crazy at cat con in Pasadena and there's actually a very good reason. You might want to do it, that we will talk. About right, after this break as handle on the news continues KFI AM six forty. Jennifer Jones Lee you have some news now some ready made salads, and wraps are being recalled. Because. The lettuce might be contaminated with hair ascites. The food was, sold at stores like trader Joe's Walgreens, and Kroger we, got a complete list from the USDA add KFI AM Six forty dot. Com China's called on America to stay level headed and correct its attitude. On tariffs the US trade. Representative announced yesterday, it was considering a tariff rate of twenty. Five percent instead of ten percent for two hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods. And pope Francis has changed the Roman Catholic churches position on the, death. Penalty the pope says capital punishment is always inadmissible because attacks human dignity we'll take. A look at your commute with the KFI in the sky in the. Five next Los Angeles chargers. Fans the team is working out at training camp every. Week there August twenty third and, you can see everyone up close and personal Jack Hamid sports complex in, Costa Mesa and it's absolutely free get up close and personal to Philip rivers and Joey Bosa Derwin James and the Melvin Ingram and Gordon join us in the high five, zone welcome players to. The practice field you can meet and take pictures with your favorite chargers girls chargers fans zone interactive games for all ages visit. Chargers dot com backslash camp and, click on training camp. For more, information after an accident people are emotional and confused so what What happens when people call Turney. Sweet James bergener John James juries will always. Pick up the phone even if it's two AM a lot. Of times people are hurt and in pain and they don't know what to do so even if it's a minor..
Investigators search pig farm for missing Iowa college student; FBI gets new tip
"But Oh, boy Yeah man that's. Just, funny hey what else is going? On. Time four? What's happening Unfortunately terrible news coming out of the the news from the fire up, in Shasta county there that is burned through a chunk of reading. Cal fire now confirming that. A firefighter and a bulldozer operator have lost their lives they're battling the car. Fire we talked with. Jennifer Jones Lee a little bit earlier in the show today she's from. The area so she knows a lot of people who've been. Affected by, this fired she's got family members that have had to evacuate as well the the the most telling thing I think about this car fire burning up in reading is that there were notifications that were sent, out on social. Media by law enforcement and by fire services up there that said we're not doing we're not doing any structure protection were not trying to fight this fire that their main priority overnight was just. To get people out of the way because it. Was it was moving that fast it was. That, explosive, two thirty in. The, morning people were getting that knock? On. The door That blast through the neighborhood over the speaker. Three, firefighters for marine county fire have also suffered burn injuries I containment there is at three percent more than forty four thousand acres have burned and when, we talk about that kind of devastation these are sixty five homes. Lost fifty five more suffering. Damage and that's just one of the fires the Ferguson fire near Yosemite said. Almost forty six thousand. Acres and twenty nine percent containment and then in a few minutes actually. Corbin Carson's gonna join us in just a bit and talk. About the, Cranston fire the one near Idyllwild that's at about eleven thousand five hundred acres and they're going to have a tough day on that one but corporate's going to join us in a few minutes to talk, more about that. At some point today the New Yorker is going to publish an investigation into CBS and it CEO les Moonves says news of this impending investigation and you know where this is headed into me. Territory the impending investigation means the company stock fell. More than six percent when the news hit And so far it's very vague the, New Yorker is holding tight. To information but they're saying it involves unwanted touching, and unwanted kissing going on from from, good old less not. That this has stopped any of these. Other guys before but les Moonves has been, married to to Julie Chen for fourteen or. Fifteen years I right and before that was married to a woman for twenty five years so I mean he's been married the whole time supposedly that this has been going on but again the story itself about les Moonves hasn't hit the New Yorker, website yet but everybody's anticipating some of the details in that we told you the. Story of this missing, jogger in Iowa college student she was last seen more than a week ago while jogging believe it was Wednesday investigators are, now looking into a pig farm and numerous other properties. In Iowa there they have been looking at a number of suspects. Including a boyfriend and They they said yesterday I believe they've ruled him, out as as a suspect. In the investigation. Into the disappearance of Molly Tibbets which is, exactly what I would say yeah because you want to let them go and see what he's. Gonna do right see what he's going to get on the, texting and the and UCLA he's gonna call and all of that yeah that's that. Story is. Gonna unfortunately have a bad ending to it I believe but the. Pow pow wish, shake county emergency management agency said that they're even looking to see if. They can, track her Fitbit to see if they can digitally trace her final steps, the boyfriend to me seem suspect oh yes and there's a brother evolved as well like the boyfriend has a brother and. She was staying at someone's house to watch the dogs that something's bad they're one of the other trending stories today is the lunar eclipse it's coming today the longest. Lunar eclipse of the twenty first century for one hour forty two minutes And fifty seven seconds long as you're not under the marine. Layer you'll be able to see. The lunar. Eclipse Mars is also at its brightest. Right now we've got to bright red objects in our sky Mars one of the funniest stories today is there's. A drug sniffing dog and Columbia that has a bounty on its. Head well he does good work he apparently that pisses off the Colombian drug cartels their, Soma bra Homebrew means in English No okay shadow zero Southern California? What. Is. It shadow Yes, oh. Did you read that no liar six year old German shepherd named. Sambre is incredibly popular with kids she's at, she works at, the airport apparently but the bane your smart via has put a bounty of million pesos on this dog's head because it is to effective at what it what, it does at what, it does. Its job sniffing cocaine Sniffing out cocaine sniffing cocaine is not what the dog dot maybe that's why the, dog is, so good The over the last, three years Sambre has been credited with nine tons of cocaine. Seizures so, little little, quick prayer for Sambre make sure get wacked fine, summer is going, to, be okay you say all right we are. At HQ gastro pub in Orange County v And PCH having a party say come enjoy the cool. Breeze the, bruise the, excellent company got a lot of our friends here today Gary channel, we'll, continue just a moment Amy king has an update on the news and here's the latest on the fires burning in northern California's. Gary and Shannon and mentioned fire burning between hemmitt and mountain centers for. More than eleven thousand acres. And destroyed at least five homes we'll be checking. In with their own carbon Carson in a few minutes a man charged with arson tied to, the fire could get life in prison if convicted evacuation orders have been lifted for the two hundred acre fire burning near Pinon pines the fire burning not far from the much larger fire. Near Idyllwild, is thirty percent contained and a fire in the Colin pass is. Burned about two acres along a fifteen south of highway one thirty eight to northbound lanes. Of the freeway. Are closed because of, it we'll check your forecast. In jail, and is going to take a look at traffic problems next Oh my gosh it's going to be so beautiful out there tomorrow chargers training camp, for, the start of this free and open to the public training camp it is going to be going on till August twenty third. At the Jack handed sports complex in Costa Mesa I've been to a. Lot of NFL training camps. That I've never seen this kind of player access. That you get with the chargers high five zone alone just the high fives and where they, get off the bus and you can too high five guys I've seen a lot of grown men out there because they'd get just.
Emoluments case alleging Trump violated Constitution can proceed: U.S. judge
"Seeing, coastal, temperatures, hit the eighties. With no real relief from the heat, just yet the valleys inland locations will remain in the triple, digits through, at least the next week. This is China Mendiola with NBC four today in LA. Right now it's seventy six in brea sixty seven in Laguna beach seventy seven seventy seventy-five in. Downing we lead local from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Jennifer Jones Lee Handle here Thursday morning the twenty six Big. Stories that we're covering today, the idol wildfire KFI reporter Corbin Carson is there it'll be reporting throughout the. Day and it's not good, news, that's for sure. Horse December the fire up Yosemite, even worse news they have down Yosemite for vacationers and that's a heartbreak because I've been there. And we had to reserve way way in advance also the president in a win looks. Like. The European Union blinked on the. Tariff issue okay Here is a. Case that has come back, and, that is arguing. That the president of the United, States is violating the constitution by making a ton of money off of his properties and that. Foreign corporation and governments are booking his hotels for example and therefore he's making a profit. Now The part of the constitution that is That's involved here is the emoluments clause, and what is a, Molin. Taking money basically just accepting gifts etcetera And it is, says It's real simple the constitution bars federal officials from taking emoluments from any king. Prints, or foreign state well what does the? Amalean, you may ask well certainly the courts in the United States have never answered that because there's never been. An emolument Malaya case As far as the federal officials certainly not the presidents ever been involved so here's, the argument obviously it's much of a political argument. People saying there's a real, constitutional issue a federal judge yesterday rejected President Trump's latest effort to stop a lawsuit that alleges that the. President is violating the constitution, by continuing, to do business with foreign governments making money out of foreign governments from foreign, governments while he, is the president clearly a violation of the constitution according to those people that are. Arguing, that and if filed a lawsuit so? This, ruling US district judge Peter messy out of Maryland will allow the plaintiffs who are suing plaintiffs being the Who. Are the plane liberty this really quick DC attorney general Carl Racine and Maryland attorney general are suing. To have the court declared that I guess he can't do that and whatever, damages are coming out of that at. This point I don't. Know and what it does it allows. The plaintiffs Maryland and the district of Columbia to proceed with, their case because Trump is violated the anti-corruption clause the immoral in Amaleans clause in the constitution in this seems to be the first time a, federal judge had interpreted those provisions and apply the. Restrictions to a sitting president, now if this ruling stands because you know it's going to be appealed instantly now we're looking very closely. At Trump's business which Trump, is not, very good at sharing his businesses he keeps up pretty close to the vest And the argument is a fifty two page opinion that the judge wrote that the constitution's ban on. A Mouly on emoluments could apply to Trump Could cover any business transaction where, foreign governments, deal with, Trump and he derives a profit gain or advantage and that's exactly what's happening you look at the hotel that Trump owns for example in Washington You've got foreign governments. Who book parties for example the government of Kuwait and that happened actually they cancelled one at another at, another hotel and went, ahead and then they booked, the hotel the Trump owns by the way one of the, lawsuits part of this is that the owner, of the other DC hotel. Is suing saying you cost me business that's, on an, individual basis So the organization and the Justice department the Trump organization the Justice department urged messy to dismiss the case because the founding fathers here's the argument had written the clause to stop. Officials from taking bribes not to stop, them from, doing business and if. This goes up to, the court supreme court we're going to find out what an emolument actually is and one of. The arguments that it's being used. Is how in God's name does Donald Trump still own his business is making a pile of money from, foreign governments is being argued and still remain president It's every other official has bailed out of businesses a lot and put, him in blind trusts blind trust means someone else runs them and there's, a firewall and doesn't tell the president. Or the official what's going on with his money and, the official doesn't get back into it until his tenure. In office is over and then some people even bail out of all of their holdings to make sure that there is no conflict for example remember Rex Tillerson secretary of state for a couple of months He was a CEO of Exxon and obviously owned a ton. Of stock, he sold all of his stock he has no more money In. Anything that deals with the, government an Exxon, had a ton of different contracts with the government and President Trump simply won't do that he still maintains his businesses and he says I'm, not dealing with, the day to day operations entering know what that. Means because when Jared Kushner? And Don Jr. who? Were, now quote? Running the businesses? They don't, go to Donald Trump and got here what. Do you think dad what do you think father-in-law which way do I. Go I mean Donald Trump's pretty. Good about staying in control So? It's, not putting? The money away? In a, blind trust it's not selling off assets although The argument in Donald Trump's, favor. Is if he has to sell off his interest in his hotels and the golf courses etc and the buyers know that he has to sell them doesn't that, by definition or practically reduced the price, and effectively the government is forcing. Him to lose money. And there's nothing. In the, constitution says you, have to lose money either it's gonna be fun it really is all, right coming up next I'm gonna have a lot of fun today, is a very. Important holiday and we're, gonna, talk about Catholic contraception also known as. Vatican roulette. And we, are I, love, this. One religion contraception babies doesn't get, better than that does it.
Additives In Processed Food And Plastic Packaging Harm Kids, A New Study Reveals
"That didn't make it to television 'cause it's too preposterous, that, the suit. Said SNL said. Nah come on that's too crazy. No one's going to. Buy that this. Is for real this actually happened this. Is how stupid this guy. Is he knows he's. Being videoed the cameras are there he thinks that Sasha berry baron. Cohen Colonel is actually doing this this is a real life lesson. In how to deal. With terrorists it, is beyond hilarious and of course Jason Spencer, screaming that he's, been set up which he did which he was he's been has been taken out of context which it wasn't because I don't know how you can take this one out of. Context and it is In this day and age especially with the bad news we're talking, about the fires were talking about the shootings. We're talking about the war is about to happen between, Iran, in the. United States which. Of course it is in but. We brought it up. Another notch in. Terms of the hot hostilities it's wonderful. To see stuff like this. Is just fantastic Representative. Jason Spencer Republican what a shocker I wonder if this is gonna. Hurt his candidacy I'm willing to bet night I'm willing to bet. That he is going. To score big, in the next election I don't know enough, about how he's, doing in the. Job assuming he he's doing a good job for his constituents they are going to take his side that he's the victim of this, liberal prank yeah Gophers but he revealed a lot about how he sees the. World Oh good Lord okay coming up handle on. The news, late addition right, here KFI AM six forty Jennifer Jones Lee Europe police in Toronto asking people to share videos and photos from the scene. Of the mass shooting that killed two people and hurt twelve others a man dressed in. Black fired. A gun from a sidewalk in Toronto's green town neighborhood last night the Toronto police chief says. The shooting was not random and terrorism has not been ruled out the shooter. Wes killed by police news is brought to, you by Mike diamond the smell good plumber police in Santa Ana say a woman who was, killed in a skateboarding fall had been pulled along by a car the twenty four year old woman apparently fell about one thirty yesterday, after getting separated from the car that had been pulling. Her officials say alcohol may have. Contributed to the accident mayor Garcetti he's leaving on a jet plane he said into Asia to lead a delegation of leaders from the ports of. Los Angeles world airports and the l. a. tourism and convention boards the group will spend the, next ten days in Tokyo Seoul hotel in city in Hong Hong working to, strengthen relationships and boost investment in tourism in LA China Japan Korea and Vietnam are LA's four leading trading partners and almost, two million people from Asia visited LA last year alone the trip will be our cities. Fifth out. Of the state in six weeks Amy king KFI news ridesharing one thing streaming it live is. Quite another hundreds of Uber riders on these Saint Louis area apparently had no. Idea their conversations with the driver were not, only being recorded they were being streamed live to his channel on the website twitch the driver, Jason Garg ACA fluorescent Missouri has been suspended from both Uber and lift Gaga said he was just trying to capture the natural interactions, between himself and his passengers passengers seen and heard on. The feed include children drunk people. Some vomiting and people talking trash about friends and relatives and even their bosses Michael KFI new a new report from the American Academy of pediatrics. Says food packaging can be bad for children plastics chemicals in cardboard food packaging and nitrates Processed meats, have all been linked to worse immune systems, and higher obesity risk the, report also says cutting out synthetic food coloring may reduce ADHD symptoms the, pediatricians, recommend eating less processed food and keeping plastics out of the microwave or dishwasher and the governor of Tokyo's Tokyo Japan. Says beating the heat wave is. An important consideration for the twenty twenty Olympics, the temperatures, reached one, hundred, two degrees today in. Tokyo some outdoor events like the marathoner scheduled now for early morning officials, also are working on. Special lower heat road pavements miss Breyer's and tall trees. Along the roadsides traffic from the helpful socal Honda traffic center, let's..
HBO, Netflix and Dana Brunetti discussed on Bill Handel
"Every time they put a big show on like house of cards then then it costs them to make the show fact they kind of busted open with house of cards that. Was about to be sold I believe all the number in saying but, but trigger street was about to sell that to HBO the night of Dana Brunetti gets a call. From Netflix saying, hold on he calls, Kevin Spacey says wait a minute we've, got an offer we've really. Got to look at from net flicks. A hundred million dollars and one of the. Things Brunetti told me this one of, the? Things, you. Liked about it and Spacey like was that Netflix was gonna release all the episodes all. At once unlike the HBO model once a week all at once for binge watching they liked that they liked, the Freedom they liked one hundred million dollar check that changed everything that's the beginning of the net flicks surge now they buy up everything and AT and t. says we want that. So we don't want these onesie Tuesay Sunday night things stanky said we're, going to alter and change direction And. What they wanna do he didn't say the words net. Flex but, he said we need hours a day Not hours a week which, we have now not hours a. Month we need hours of day you are this is a quote somebody released sneakily. Released a recording of this you're. Competing with, devices that sitting people's hands. That capture their attention every fifteen. Minutes that's the new. HBO it is I mean they catch it right on I won't even watch episodic television that's once, a week I will wait and the. End of. The season I have to have all of. The show I. That's all I do is I binge I don't I. Don't even go out to dinner anymore I don't cook. What I do is I buy something, from Cosco frozen, I don't even defrost it Hi John yeah Out. Of, the. Ten Frozen lasagna ain't that bad now when you're watching the show now. You, don't even. Notice yeah, it is I mean it's crazy what's going, on and, and when for? Example what is it oranges new black is coming out with. Again the new season I gonna release all. Wherever your eyeballs shifted they've, shifted from HBO Netflix haven't they in. Most people's have absolutely and sometimes on demand wearing, go episode episode, episode, but, ninety percents Netflix literally ninety, percent net flicks well let's cares the cable companies to by the way is that this on demand is not nearly as good as over what they call over. The top streaming stuff and that's why you know this is. This is so HBO remember I said Netflixing to spend eleven billion dollars this year h. b. o. of the last three years spent two. Billion made. Six billion. That's nice that's nice money AT and t.. Wants a lot more they want to be. A lot more profitable is Netflix going to be the new Amazon John in the world or is already is. In the world of streaming well it's funny you should say. That because Amazon also compete Amazon video they have some great stuff Amazon but relative to the size and the power of Netflix does anybody. Even come. Close not. Yet they're certainly not to the expenditure but. What's in by the way talking to your. Audience this is a golden age for contact Just think of, an idea you'll sell it yeah and it's just it's, wonderful stuff just wonderful I? Watched a. Isreaeli series or show call which, is an Arabic and Israel and it's about terrorists and. Anti encounter terrace it was just phenomenal And homeland on Showtime yeah I'm from an Israeli similar to raise has really. Series Chris, may Steph alright Leo we'll talk again, next week take care of my. Friend thank you Bill this is KFI and there is Jennifer Jones late three teen boys have been hit in a crosswalk in by an SUV and garden grove police say the driver. Ran a red yesterday at least in Kazakhstan have. Arrested one of two people accused of murdering an Olympic. Bronze medal winning figure skater Denis ten was fatally stabbed yesterday ten was the first figure. Skater from Kazakhstan to win an Olympic medal he did that. In twenty fourteen more than thirty five hundred guns seized in LA county been melted down, the weapons. Destroyed yesterday in Rancho Cucamonga included handguns rifles and automatic weapons confiscated by cops melted guns are converted into rebar for highway and bridge construction we'll take a look at your commute with the KFI in the sky and, the six zero five this hour of KFI..
"jennifer jones" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Wakeup call with jennifer jones flee it's a good day to start out with a little party music because that is what's happening here at kfi today kfi am six forty more stimulating talk all i can tell you as of right now you'll find out in about an hour what's going down here today i'll i can say is it does have to do with handle you could leave the music upjohn because it's you know it's a little party thing so i can just tell you there are it's a festive scene here at kfi this morning i don't know if it's quite as festive in russia there's a little bit sombre this morning president trump and russian president vladimir putin are set to give a joint news conference this morning following their meeting in helsinki that is underway right now the two leaders met in a room to chairs and sort of a little side table in between them and both of them looking very somber very businesslike and they took a few questions just a few from the media that was seated in the audience there and they at that point it was kind of interesting the way that things went down this morning you had the press that was led into the room then you had people like national security adviser john bolton air secretary of state mike pompeo was there white house spokeswoman sarah sanders was there then there were also some of the russian delegation that were there and then as soon as the president and putin go into this room then every but they say a few pleasantries they do the official handshake and then it's out everybody out and the only people that will be in there will be trump putin and they're their interpreters other than that that's it this is expected to go on for ninety minutes it's underway right now it probably started about a half hour ago the actual talks so we're expecting the two of them to emerge close to seven this morning for a news conference if and when that does happen of course you're going to hear it live on kfi but until then some of the other stories we'll be watching c democrats have had a really busy weekend prepping for the november elections in amazon prime day is finally here by cart is full so it'll be very interesting to see how much prices on things go down if you haven't done that yet they stay fill your amazon cart starting today at the rio o'clock is when those deals will kick in so then you can wait and see all those things you've wanted to buy will they go on sale today will they.
"jennifer jones" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Jennifer jones lee wayne resig john and me so let's do a handle on the news late addition to super segment lead story do it all four yelm they've a great special offer call now get a free turbine inspection that's right a free term an inspection eight seven seven.
"jennifer jones" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Addition jennifer jones lee wayne resig mike in four whoever is going to be here and me all right at california the state is funding a group to feed people project open hand and the reason this is such big news is that this is deals will one of the holes in our medical programme medi cal is california's version of medicaid and daddy is medical care for people who can't afford it well now in addition to that this is a pilot program under medicaid or met under met at medical california's version that brings food to people cooks 2500 meals a day and provides two hundred bags of groceries to sick patient and that used to be the hiv program people who had aids and were at home and could move in so that was the program has now expanded to sick patients and people just can't afford it a lot of holes in our system when it comes to that all right here's a great story if you were a burglar a couple things that you don't wanna do number one is if you could go maybe that's not were you want to go to the bathroom is at the burglarized home that you're breaking into that's probably rule number one rule number two is what you should do if you do that is flush the toilet wow yes that by stays with you if you will as your fecal matter leaves your by your dna stays there and as a detective tim logan of the sheriff's office montoro said the suspect quote did his business and didn't fly shit allowing investigators collect did enough evidence to conduct dna now but what i wanna knows who has the job of number one collecting the dna some poor young person who watched a lotta csi unfought being a police crime tech would be glamorous yao or and instead there's hoping who toil my mother was a lab tech and she loves doing those tool exams.
"jennifer jones" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Kfi am six forty bill handle here in the morning crew it is a thirty at the end of may base thirty one or thirty never i always garrity one i got corrected thirty one i've always to this day i don't know all right let's go back with jennifer jones lee wing resnick a worship him and me and i guess who started the the show this way good old jennifer jones lee when we open the show this morning capistrano beach stretch of it closed after another shark is cited yesterday you know i got some thoughts about this first of all the old adage uh that's been around red skies in the morning sharks so by your scrotum off in the afternoon had not heard that is not gonna have that right i don't think so but adding okay we'll go with red skies in the morning sailors take warning that said red skies at naias sailors delight yeah yeah no scrotum being bitten off by sharks in there but i you know what i was thinking when i heard the story and that is we're going to reach a point and this can be done very inexpensive lee where the lifeguard the county simply flies drones over the entire beach and you've got a a couple of guys that these monitors like security offices were you see monitors and they're looking at three eight twelve different screens i think it's almost to the point i think it's very pressure monitoring cheryl office shark monitoring office yeah but these idiots to that are throwing chum in the lot chinatrast desire easy why can't we arrest them i mean they're they're they're causing i think it's a safety issue could be well it's not illegal but they could change the law gas and make it tell me make it illegal to get a permit has makes sense because the chose other people.