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Ted Robinson: What Does Tennis Look Like When It Returns?
"I talk with Ted Robinson. He has podcast for Youtube. And I said you know what? Let's just talk between ourselves all. Take the audio you take the audio. We could both use it for our own purposes. So this is a fun discussion. You know. Ted Of course from his longtime working tennis on. Nbc USA Tennis Channel often alongside. John McEnroe great friend of the sport. Great broadcaster journalist the sport little backstory about ten years. Ago Ted Rope me into joining him on a segment. We call passing shots for tennis channel. Then Nathan tennis gentle. This essentially is my intro to Tennis on TV. Luckily he covered for my for my amateur habits. We have revised passing shots. Hopefully it's a little better than it was in in two thousand eight or whatever when we debuted this. But this is ted in T- Ten and I are talking here and it's a number of tennis topics. Ted is in northern California. I am hold up on the East Coast. We Talk About Tennis. We asked the question. Does this break benefit anyone? What is tennis? Look like when we return. Is there such a thing normalcy? What is the role of society in a pandemic where we didn't go that far but A lot of fun tennis talk with Ted Robinson and here. We are all right. Let's so we're GONNA try to keep this mayor John. I had the one of those people from the very beginning when the rolling gap. So the ED T. said we're moving. I was my first reaction. Was that's awesome. Somebody is actually taking a proactive step to give something positive. I understand the means. Were not necessarily the best the end though. I think it was well worth it. Yeah I'm Kinda with you. I mean this is one of the four pillars of the sport. And everybody's saying well. There was a breach of etiquette. What about the communication? Could you imagine what would have happened if the F. T. had gone through these channels and asked all of the events that it conflicted with if they might be okay there would be threats of Litigation? There would be board meetings. There would be conference calls. They just said you know what? We're the big dog. We're putting up fifty million dollars in prizemoney. Two hundred fifty six players are going to get fifty grand. If they don't win a point we think the players are gonNA play. Here's our date deal with it and I get it. I don't think this was particularly healthy to tennis in the long term. I understand why people are upset but also I understand from their perspective. They're one of the four biggest events and they've got a right to wield a little bit of power. Well he means we're great we also though. I think we've all been around the French Roland Garros and Fritz Federation enough to know. They NECESSARILY CARE. They just do what they want to understand that that people's feelings of these are extraordinary times. They they do what they do and they do it more so when they have whatever how many hundreds of million dollars of debt service on on a new roof and they do it when they don't have insurance unlike Wimbledon where they don't get any sort of recompense if they don't hold the event I get it I mean we we can talk about Means versus ends and we can talk about process versus outcome. But I understand why did with did. I reminded I say this to you. I think you've read the story for the years. That and it was the early twenty tens I forget which year but Joe Vision. Doll ended up playing the final into Monday. So on Friday of that final weekend it was about six hundred percent chance of rain on Sunday. And you saw that was probably gonna be joking reaching the dollar. Appoint where you thought they could easily take five hours to play so NBC sort of gently a little bit of my father with our great phrase. John McGuinness producer Think about bumping up the star time because they start at three basically three ten I ball which gives you six hours to play five hours a grueling larger fair and maybe WANNA bump it up and started a couple of hours of REC- hits rain delay. No we cannot interfere with lunch so many of the high end sponsors spend any they promote the final day lunch for your day higher very highly successful shafts planks was menus. We do not wrestlers lunch. I always joke that the media Cafeteria Roland. Garros has its paige day and they have a wine steward and they have different chief selection of in your Houston media dieting. Usually being you know you're you're eating soup with their hands in the you know the meadowlands. If the media dining has their own pyeho chef you can only imagine the dining options for the people that have Spent tens of thousands of dollars for the courtside seats but no lunches sacred which is also the review. No this lunches. That's also why they say I can't believe this it's a grand slam. Semifinal in the stands are only half packed those tickets have been sold and those people are on the ground. They just have a fork in one hand in a night and the other and they'll get to the tennis when they finish their last declare and of course. I joke final. They ended up getting burned by the way the Dow Stock Dazzling. It's not play that day but the referee to stop late Dawson. I'm out and in cost everybody in the cost us a lot of money to pay for everybody's flies to change in extra day but across the federation allowed light right to reopen the grounds the next day to two thousand one. Wimbledon I was told was one of the pats at the club. Now getting certainly they can absorb this. There's a million ounce to real the Nicole on Monday with zero revenue coming in to play raft refereed. Amici's explain what's interesting about all this including this whole discussion we've been having about closed-door events where you just hold the events for for TV and not for fans in the stands this has really been an interesting referendum on how much do these events and these leagues Value TV and media. How much do they value sponsors? How much they value common fans. And how much do they value the sweets? And if appeasing the guys who are buying your sweets me more than TV. I I can see why they would renew it the next thing. I mean what's interesting? I this is other rumor so I WANNA informal setting and I hope this won't be used against the the rumor I've heard a few times now. Is that the US Open. A really are hell bent on playing the event this year. They've even look into alternative dates in one of the big holdups is they've got to do right by. Espn AND IS ESPN want the US Open? Deep in the fall when they have all their college football. They've got Monday night football they don't And I think the. Usda has got to figure out. How much do they want to put on this event in how much they willing to do it even if it means pissing off their biggest TV partners you? John that's by next passing shot and the point is you just touched on. I think every sport is going through this. How do we come back? I think it's imperative for chance to come back with competition as soon as they can't sake safely's the obvious caveat here but safely meaning there may not be for a very limited fans but competition. And I'm coming this John Lewis standpoint of players ranked and we can all week each throw a dart and say seventy five hundred below. I know you've already touched on this on. Tv lied about this but those players and by the way there is sorting teams physios trainers administrators the Chiro bars. The administrators of the tourists broadcast entities around the world. All sorts of lamb chops alive. And I stayed. It's imperative for tennis when safe to have competition even if it means competition with limited X. over to play devil's advocate there. I mean I I I agree with you but the one thing I've heard is is the counter to that is look. You're talking about athletes from all over the world from different countries with different health. Standards you're talking about T as you say teams and Physios and journalists and tournaments to have an even if you have a closed door scenario and even if you don't have doubles juniors you're still talking about hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of people walking around the grounds given what we know about these spread rates and given what we know about how many fatalities result from these rates. If they're a thousand people at a major which is a conservative. That's pretty low estimate given their two hundred fifty six players in the May draw a thousand people. You're still probably likely to have a few fatalities Do we do. We risk that it. What do we do for a global sport where Western Europe might be on the man but other parts of the world might be behind? Do we say we're GONNA have the US Open but if you're from India Iran I'm just making up countries but if you're from five countries you can't play. Is that fair to still hold an event L. Rasiah and I think this is what's going on hold is this is my dead and company. Has FOR WITH BILL? Walton took me to see the dead New Year's Eve Senator San Francisco and I think everybody should have to add. Lorries is what I'm saying. I think whenever we come at everybody's GonNa be tested right and you're gonNA have to have a badge. The crucial so. I think that's GonNa be the answer at how this plays out. I'm researcher Techni- Martha but I believe that's how it's going after before you have any competition whether it's domestic or international status everybody's GonNa have to have some badges
"john mcguinness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Yes here we go what is the one I what he what he what the mon just say the word now right now we're going way back on this and Jimmy Stewart no this sounds like it is Jimmy Stewart you are my god I forgot that I mean none of them have you ever got the dang yeah I don't I don't think you want to increase I want to do okay you got it right but you know a movie it is no hi you don't know the movie I'm sorry well I'm on everything you should get everything in life these rules yeah yeah right Jimmy Stewart you love it Jimmy Stewart thank you very much okay so giving the virus to police could it happen now you don't there's a concern of mine now there are some groups out there they're advocating you know they're there the the Sims the same suspects you know that calm and suspect that the folks who want chaos right I we're gonna talk to John McGuinness about this the former second county sheriff joins us in three minutes stay connected news ninety three point one KFBK follow us on Twitter like us on Facebook check out our blogs and podcasts and KFBK dot com you're growing up here I was I was told if you have a medical issue you need to get to UC Davis health because they are on the leading edge of all of the new research Kristina Mendonca here for UC Davis it wasn't until I had a bit of a medical scare that I really got to see the expertise first hand that was a few years ago and then I watched UC Davis health save the life of someone I care about you get top notch doctors an expert team really listen your health needs they collaborated in your care and there are seventeen neighborhood clinics across.
"john mcguinness" Discussed on The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri
"Mike Kids love it to welcome back to this week's tank Cypress podcast with me stale as t t legend road rage and all around. Good Guy John McGuinness and you talked to a mckerrow they are always a controversial thing that Miko with the race being declared after one lap with initially we. We're told told. The by the organizers wouldn't be declared the result and then a couple of hours later they said well actually part the rules to declare result. What were the raiders? So because 'cause we were also told Israelis didn't have any new tires. Well what was essentially a to be honest. I was out of the race. I had A. We had a problem with that Jacuzzi. Not which is so unfortunate. Botton advice limits debates all year round a problem but you know the rest stops and then it restarted started and then again after one. Lap routes routes so nailed delving into His Boa Yoga cost alive. I stopped in the Organiz first light. Paul Butler was like that's it and unrest about you know Blah Blah Blah and kicking off about people Crushing all out. Good to him. You know what I mean. He was in the right place at right time. You know that that's the way it goes. I mean he can. We're pulling these air inlet to bother budget when Asahi's pictures on social media get him having a good life in Thailand and so I don't I don't get bothered him for too long. I mean there's LA sponsors out there and I'm Jim Grand Nola casinos and there was a lot of dignitaries in in the Paddock and stuff on my zone. So lots going away and fall off to get nothing. How could we get flat money? Commissioner and Mrs Kennedy Time For the first time in twenty one years six hundred quit for a flat so thought top six got the flight when he got a Penny Eddie. It's a walkie weird place super important for the cause and I mean he said you've got to be milia perfect. You've got to be absolutely you money. ANYTIME DOC Holliday's everybody's over and you know jet lag and humid such a difficult little tricky little place and again me being selfish a little bit about released anything loss fall up so you know. I did all the free. Practice to qualify in the warm-up sudden you know for me again big box take I wasn't there I was fast. Kamal maybe all indoors here there and everywhere from me. So we'll see what we have is the one thing I wanted wanted to actually ask about because you mentioned that you did go really well indicating that the caddied it seems to me. We know how good the Baker Scott Reading when ESP BE. Bautisa was going to win motivate before he had a few crashes. It's been a good bake in Elizabeth. It'd be a really really good package on the roads of you had any discussions with Paul Board for next year. You live in the mountain deals Macao. The Bar is unbelievable. You know where they'll fault jeans down the one chase gets locked in Macau you see me me and Birdie. I've a a great relationship. It's a very very different relationship. I think too many rides zoo of inform. You know they've come in as as professional in for me. He gave me my break in nineteen ninety-six a long long time ago so we always have this. We've had our squabbles and revived. You know my favorite Gemma. I T T was running for Paul. I was joey teammate. In the Bill Talbot Joey one three. And it's funny. I bet that he's ruining the team he can't. I'm going so good. He's team again. I'll be forty eight enjoy. One three is quite cool little story but you know I have to respect gone has got a okay round table with them and see see what he wants to. Do you know if he doesn't want to go race in then that's fine you know. I'll shake his unto. Move on if you just want to go racine and we have two things have to change. She knows but you know I'm going to be on the great. I think I'm going to have another bride account you know. I didn't want to finish engine ball snap to it's not wanted you know. Jacuzzi will be good. I mean I was a little bit. Do a little bit artistry. Leave when I got there but the bite preparations beautiful you've got it doesn't want for anything. Got New parts on May eight the engines certain mileage and the changed and I just on it felt right it felt like a pauperising by Avi Foale. Definitely suit the this show. The road sick is a bit more revie and stuff at the twin Matt via bit. I'm liable twenties quite difficult thing out of success on them. We thirty in in two thousand and three in the Muslim of the finished in second and third difficult yearbook history. Would you got your own so you know let. Let's go around the table with Paul Stewart and Pulpwood Jakarta as well as there's quite a bit of input from Bologna Him. You know there's a fair amount of CER- factory support and I suppose it'd be one thing as well too catty seemed quite keen to relaid dominate the road with that V. For the thing they're gonNa there's rumors that they might do to Suzuka next year in t mobile big box for them as well. So would that be as Paul said. Look you know go below near willing to put up a fancy. Would that be something that would sway you even away from any other potential I. I'd like to say yes. I'd I'd like to think if that you know have to the minds of the cut it would involve a noah like when betty gets his. He does it right. You know. There's been no banal worrying about engines worrying about this and worrying about Latin. It'll just be a proper package. And you know the crew chief. The Phil Ball was in the young seventy birdied. The gun just works you know that they will be the t t for the right reasons. You know because of the passion for racing passionately going there Hodhod Blue High tuned athletes and and no interference amaze garbage -als ride ride ride ride in honor of looked at noon. Maybe do not to Kathy Cook as well which that would line the planet soap even better. You know what I mean so I get that the COTY field. Hopefully to free people will get behind me but like I say it's fair to comment too much you know it's I'm probably not the minute I've got Nelson dull. So it's it's hard you know you know I mean is this is true of the guys. Arkansas knock on the door and get into that stage now. I can just see that paper. Lost a bit lost a bed not faith but just think which is good for the motivation for me. You know I got multifaceted. You know think new anymore. Wouldn't they know the sites. Just it's I'm Gonna I'm Ben Across rose really you know would would want to go you know and I know what I WANNA do. I WANNA ride bike. I want to enjoy an adequate in maybe buyout with a job. You know book at the minute just a bit messy. I wrote that Bill Suzuki Dali Mall Dalian complete grassroots. I'm each track. Having no national race in the middle of it Kupa was there and another kid from BSEC stock. In that. And I loved it. I gone when it's fossil avid homed around. They're still getting the leg over the by you know stotts the dust the killer the killer man. I also play the Satan on both sides of the fence. You got left to prove now must be larger still light putting the lid on doing bit just faintly one thing. You were quite excited. But it was not not but that's not going to happen in the next couple of years is thought so not because I'm from is obviously so Mesa response that some people think well it was kind of inevitable but you must be quite gutted. Because Museum Project College aid was a really really cool project. I'm glad you said that there's a lot of people sailed. You've lost your chance of a win round. I was really me off. You know because they don't ride themselves you want to try and get them run on twenty nine hours a quarter till I'm sound bloody out. You know the the goals of movie now them. They're getting serious. I didn't understand seventy thirty six miles an hour through the speed trap. You know anybody who selects mouth of winning on the military and then I am just genuinely you know results ALZ regarding results. I'm just I'm genuinely upset. 'cause I really really enjoyed working with the Japanese and and Miss Humble himself on riding the bike and seeing what seem same excited to see what they've done and they've just took it from one hundred and two mile an hour to two hundred and twenty two with Michael so Michael Roddy is only any by eight seconds on the podium. Forty seven podium. You know the white leathers and just cool about different different than it. You know the day's visualize things that they're way way way it for Electric Bicycle Mount five ten years they need something else like BMC Asaki. Somebody's again conditions and just revenue generation themselves. They what two hundred and twenty two wounded. Melania back in the day the did you know that there's nobody else challenging him and I find it really sad. You know nothing hundred percents. I'm not really sure which team is but one that David Todd road and it was the late daily Matheson's buying Some university might be nothing bothers. Show about that clever boys and I. I laughed at little bit. You know when daily podium. I shook US up there. And you know just under twenty daily didn't it and that's been knowable login by just looks great respect to them you know. They haven't just got that finesse. Lot Mugano money factor in what they could do. They would be on it so does time while the Goldmans and not any Bam bracken to to drive you for a little bit. She's another option whether we like it coming. All the thing is where you see with more as well. Those bakes There on the sort of almost the same level as Murugan. You'd think if they could get a couple more Megan Megan what three weeks on t t you got. Energy Nausea to put a couple of the MUI race based on their give a back into university. Teams you would have a more competitive. Seems it seems like there was almost an easy effects for it but perhaps just wasn't really a much push forward that's all it needs a couple of months. GP BY SPA. I think multi. GPT's is such a divide in our team donut. Tt Don't they wouldn't have been a deal where they wouldn't be able to Tattenham energy bikes over the call. I mean if you got y'all activism on decent electrify we'll not dash address. It's exciting one is one lap you get one roll the dice and you you know. It's IT'S I. I quite liked the format you know and we're always aside. Show is las ones. I always wanted to get stuck out and you know. The cloud missed missed on the mountains of summit. You know they come off around. The world called Mozammel should investment in nothing..
"john mcguinness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"What American interests in aboard John McGuinness reputed ninety three point one K. if he Hey I'm gonna get your calls in just a moment but I want to roll another topic into the hopper it says not a direct connection but it does have to do with I am obviously having a much much darker problematic example of predictability of certain behaviors there is a man who is prominently connected to the Aryan brotherhood a notorious white supremacist gang very very active in the prison system twice K. I. convicted of two murders and sentenced to life in prison after nearly forty five years and in custody in the prison for for these murders this formerly high ranking Aryan brotherhood member all right now I will say he has turned on the gang and cooperate with authorities in terms of testifying and he gives he gives a very colorful description to the parole commission in terms of some good things he's done and how he's been tempted invented position where he could have used violence and didn't nevertheless he was an Aryan brotherhood affiliate a leader within that organization who killed two people and he was inclined is a part of a group that identifies with white supremacy and and believes in and practices extraordinary violence against innocent people predicated upon that belief in value where is he today now he's out on the streets of California someplace so is this the criminal justice reform you want and if if he has become a model inmate which is very impressive if you turn around I'm given that he still did the deed the people he killed are still dead what about justice there's a a philosophy in justice that encourage people to look at is known as as Kantian justice and goes back to the German philosopher Immanuel Kant and that and that they're effectively recognize the fact that there is there is a fundamental intrinsically good thing known as good well and if people are are blessed with that or possess good will they will do good deeds if not they're gonna do the opposite so not only do you have to take people to task when they misbehave in some cases you need to make such a bold statement that punishment is required and if you murder two people I N. in you do it under the guise of white supremacy what's wrong with the notion of saying that person can die in custody I'm I'm at a loss to understand that but the the parole commission and the governor of the state of California when Gavin Newsom have agreed that this man can be out on the streets because he's been a good and made any hal me make light of that is that if if if what he says is true he's done some extraordinary things but he still working against the fact that he killed two innocent victims okay that coupled with the the understand as we live as we lived as our society goes as we behave as people our priorities and values change our experiences change and then you find people matriculating in a coveted university a with the lacking some of the most fundamental skills that a person needs to get by in life when they have an abundance of intellect and they can be very very good thanks very complex things in terms of science and math and and all sorts of medicine and all sorts of complex sciences what are your thoughts on it nine one six nine two one.
"john mcguinness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Welcome back nutrition. John McGuinness NewsRadio UK kind of a split series of topics in the Hoffer. We're talking about two things out of the governor state of the state address. One is the removal of guards significant number of them from the southern border as say national guard personnel. And by the way, I think some of the purpose for which he advocates or has directed them to be reassigned or good. But one of them is the to to catch illicit illegal drugs coming across that border. Ultimately, the concern is the cartel running cannabis grow operations in the north state. Why why not stop it before they get there? And the other thing, of course, is the the high speed rail, which he he acknowledged will be called the train to nowhere. I I think there's a fundamentally true. So why are you digging the hole deeper? That's my question on that one. Let's get your calls shall we nine one six nine to one hundred thirty eight hundred eight three four fifteen thirty years checking with Brazi liberty in Sacramento. Good afternoon. Welcome to the conversation. Thank you for holding on. What has gone on? What's going on first of foremost on wanna say if you want to stop the flow of illegal drugs? I think we should talk about this in the CIA the because it stacked that during a certain period of time these two government agencies where the biggest importers exporters of cocaine heroin, and Mary where where does that from? Where does that fact hail? I can't tell you right now because it's not true. Because it's not true. You got. No. You got no evidence has never been subject to due process of law is not legitimate. It's a crock and you make no sense, thanks for the call. Let's check in with Iran in Sacramento. Rod good afternoon. Welcome to the conversation. How you doing sheriff terrific. Thanks. Hey, I got a couple of questions. Listen to this state of the state with Mr. Newsom. I take exception to a couple of things. One of the things is that, you know, we talk about all this, you know, environmental stuff going on and how to save the environment do different things. But yet. You know, I was telling the screener, you know, going up up the from Sacramento to the bay area. You got all these lanes where you can pay a couple hundred bucks. Get somewhere faster. But but yet if you don't have that five bucks all those other cars are just sitting there idling on the freeway by the every day. So if we're really concerned about cutting down pollution, you know, why why makes people pay to get on that. I'll take it a step further. The people who are using the the the the lines you refer to the express lanes and have the resources to pay for that are probably driving cars that have that are better maintained newer and less likely to have an adverse impact on the admissions. And then one other thing, you know, he's talking about this manufacturer crisis on the border. You know, I wish he would get in front of a few people what was the officer's name there. Slew house. It was a few years ago that Jeffrey Jeff Jeff Mitchell. Mitchell asked Mitchell, maybe he could get in front of that guys young wife and kids and tell them I don't know that you know, may or may not have been an illegal alien. I think that a good pasta wouldn't surprise. Yes. But there's been numerous officers kill and for him to get up there and say this manufacturer crisis. He's slapping all those people, right? I can name the three four right at the top of my head that to forum that directly applies who have been through new process of law. Enter absolutely positively. Yeah. A lot of people probably don't remember Mitchell. Yeah. And you know, I do I I you know, I happen to travel that road quite a bit. And I know the people that own the property right next to where he was gunned down on. But if people don't remember, I don't know if you have time or not, but maybe you could remind those people that guy. Yeah. Absolutely true. And and again since that time in his case he was out working on solo unit, and what used to be referred to as the dealt area far from the delta, but the far deep south area made a stop on a suspicious vehicle that had there was modifications to it. There's by the way, there's there's profound evidence in that case that identifies the the person responsible. But simply not enough to go through go to to actually litigate to go to trial. And that's why you case is largely honestly can solved, but it is just not enough to go to trial. So he was a good guys guys guy. He was overpowered. And if I'm not mistaken wasn't he murdered with with his own weapon. He was and he also incurred significant additional injuries in that scuffled. There's clear evidence of a festive cuffs that took place and raw flesh. And I mean, it was a painful horrific experience for him on the way out. So no doubt about it. And and the cases since that time, of course, you've got Danny Oliver Mike Davis on the same day in that again. That's that's not a matter of speculation or allegations. It's it's been three due process of law and the guy and a guy court said, my only Miley Miley fares, I couldn't kill more. And then of course, you have Ron L sang and his Keller has not yet been through due process of law. There's a lot of them that haven't been, you know. Unsolved. And who knows what percentage of the case that takes too soon. Manufacturer crisis just really irks me. Yeah. Couldn't could not agree more it. It's very real. And it's part of what's necessary to to have integrity for the border and in respect for the rule of law in in. So for I happen to be a part of the group that believes very very sincerely in the benefits from immigration. I think we are in a position in our evolution where we need it more than ever before. But it's got to be done legally and with the appropriate safeguards in place to ensure protection of the public and. Talking about this wall. We've got a wall there. There's there's a fence. There's there's whatever you wanna call it there. Now. Why would we even have it there? We didn't need it. Absolutely true. Absolutely true. Ron I appreciate the call very much. We are gonna take a break real quick, man. Come back. We've got gentleman. Here's going to talk about new technology. That's being used to help really truly resolve some issues in the entertainment districts around the country, and certainly notably in the city of Sacramento. More coming.
"john mcguinness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Tristan on John mcginnis with your NewsRadio K K talking about the governor in Virginia. Ralph Northam if you think he's an idiot. If you think if that's the conclusion you in your mind, I don't think that's an unreasonable conclusion, however, his academic background, and I guess to some degree social background would indicate otherwise. Very very well educated complex, medical science degrees and was voted by. No, it's not the end all, but he was voted by his high school classes the most likely to succeed. That's not typically a a ru, but that's going to get that kind of recognition and attain that level of academic success and and medical science success. Also had a very good military career. So the, and and just I think is fair to say there, we've all done knucklehead things when we were in college or maybe a few years out maybe in grad school as he was. But my gosh, this is this is a big one, and it's also the lack of consistency with regard to his response to it. And the fact that he defended the overt exploitation of racism that probably doesn't it was not defensible in terms of the true existence of racism on the part of his opponent. Ed gillespie. He didn't create the ad. And again, if if you haven't seen it take a look at it on my web page at on the John McGuinness page Cape dot com. It's it's it's horrible. And he he defended that publicly after it went on the airway throughout the state of the Commonwealth of Virginia. So now, how does that that I guess lack of integrity? I think a decent person would said well, put the pump the brakes on this. This is wrong. This is absolutely wrong. It's crossed the line. And. And frankly, a person who had did something really incredibly foolish when they were in grad school thirty four years later could say I did something incredibly Fourche. Look my record since that time. What have I done? Have. I shown any evidence of this kind of absurd foolish reprehensible behaviour. I asked you to judge me on that might have gotten a fair shake, but this all of this. And of course, is in the context of his his recent statements about one of one of the euphemisms, I hear people utter is infanticide. The murder of the killing of a child an infant it's homicides homicide any human being, and this is a case of a regardless of what your position on on abortion issues may be this is not an abortion. This is a living human being outside the mother's womb. And he advocates for if after some costal tation and then the the newborns made comfortable. Yeah. Go ahead and the life. So what does that stop in that regard? So the the the integrity the the complete and total breach of ethics, and what appears to be a profound lack of wisdom on the handling of this. I find to be very very interesting. That is of course, the poll question, you'll also find on the John McGuinness page at K K dot com. But I want to get your calls on the airwaves as well. Nine. One six thousand nine hundred fifteen thirty eight hundred eight three four fifteen thirty. Let's check in with Jared in citrus heights Jared. Good afternoon. Welcome to the conversation. Thank you for holding, sir. I share my way. My name is Eric maybe the. Call spirit didn't understand. You know, I think saying this guy is eating Matic or is in the 'nigma as you say, it's just an understatement. I mean, he's a bit eccentric. Because you see a person with a K K K zoo on any person black-faced together on anything. I've never seen where they had a kooks Klan rally they had black people here. You know that was a bit eccentric got on his part. Which is why would say that you know, that was probably a college pray or something that he did when he was in college getting young in whatever else, he was it's time, and you know, at this point in time, it's sort of, you know, irreparable damage that has been done because it is image that people will constantly see and and see him. And so he sell best is save itself for embezzling just resigned live birth. Abortions thing is is way over the top. So I'm just doing like, wow. They're actually having a problem with this image of him being young dome and whatever else and now here's somebody advocating for live birth abortions. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's called murder. Let's be again something to think about by the way in the in the Commonwealth of Virginia there, knowing that's the other thing to see. I love black guy. I'm I'm from. I'm from the rule south myself. I live here now. And the thing is is that, you know, this is a common for a southerner state or for seven people to do. It doesn't mean that they're leases is just the way they have in some cases came up, and so even in some states there, you got people that have your favorite flags hanging out their doors. Doesn't mean that if I go walking out of this John at night, they're gonna walk past. How's it going to shoot me or going to hate me from a tree or something? So you so you are are you saying that you would be you could see a situation in which he could explain this was foolish. I regret having done. It. It was it was every kind of bad, but it was thirty four years ago. And I don't that's not Representative of who. I am. Would you be inclined to forgive him that if he hadn't done all the other bozo things? It wouldn't be anything there to give is is more is more or less. I it's not an actual situation for me. I needed an actual situation in which somebody with a KKK Haddan is not good. Tragedy with another black person. Should we not going to happen? I got real amount of time. But Optima tell story went come back. Stick around Jerry stay on the on the airwaves, and I'll I'll tell you a story about a guy that I knew who showed up at a Halloween party in college in KKK out that and it was it was bizarre. But I'll tell you more about it after this break don't go away. 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"john mcguinness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"With traffic and weather together every ten minutes. News radio. Tristan on John McGuinness, fifty NewsRadio. Kathy k talking about the Gillette ad and the the toxic masculinity. Conclusions reached by the American psychological association and perpetuated by Gillette in this ad. It's my question for you is are you offended by this? And by the way, neglected to include did shows a couple of boys rough housing and the commentary from people watching his boys will be boys, and then it shows scenario with men and women were a man is engaged in man's planning. As it's called where he's trying to explain what a woman means. And again, you hear boys will be boys. So, but in general is that do you see masculine roles behavior? That's this Representative of masculinity as offensive interestingly enough, I got two notes from people who kinda reach the same conclusion Carlos says I was offended traditional masculinity includes being and doing gentlemanly acts towards and for women as well. I agree. Carlos one hundred percent. And ruby writes being polite and kind is masculine and I agree with that too. I don't it's not limited to masculine certainly that. But I think it can be an expression of of masculinity as well as appropriate polite femininity. So what do you think we are you offended by the the the manner in which Gillette is playing this? And what about the general wisdom, even if you're if you're not offended by it? How why is it for them? To to go after the group. I think it's safe to say critical terms, the group that is most likely to be supportive of them in terms of their business enterprise. And I don't know who who actually goes to the store and makes the purchases the purchase of razor blades. This also shaving cream and other equipment of that that nature would it cause you to to perhaps look at the Gillette brand and say, I think I'm going to pick up something else that has an engaged in this kind of ad campaign. I for one thank as the these two people who shared their their thoughts and writing have indicated I I don't find masculinity to be offensive. I find offensiveness to be offensive. And I think it should not be tolerated. And we all know classic examples. They see it. And quite frankly, it probably is. Tolerated or forgiven or overlooked too much? I think there should be accountability. But don't connect that with masculinity. And some of the most masculine people the characters I think historically have been people who have been very dignified and gracious and kind genteel let's get your thoughts. Nine one six nine to one fifteen thirty eight hundred eight three four fifteen thirty. Let's check in with Kim in Sacramento, Kim, good afternoon. Welcome to the conversation. Thank you for holding on it afternoon. How are you? I'm great. Thanks. How you doing? Leisure. Okay. Yeah. What's on your mind? I don't find it offensive. And I think that Gillette is the parking a positive approach anything negative in it, ROY. Yes. And it will change my way of shopping because now I will be more inclined to buy. All right. Have you traditionally been the person who bought the shaving products in your household? Okay. Why what is it that you like about it? What is it that you appreciate it? You see the two boys to mobile guys rolling around. Rough housing is that you think that's toxic masculinity. Well, I think it's okay to not shooting each other. Yeah. So wh- why what about lumping that in with toxic masculinity part? That's that's where it kind of stands out at me. Because it I if you look at people who engage in extraordinary antisocial behaviour, I am some of these mass shooting incidents and so forth. My my sense is in in some of the research. I've done supports my theory that these were people who do not engage in that kind of conduct rather. There are people who are more inclined to be alone withdrawn, oftentimes, finding entertainment and technology maybe having. Virtual wars and pushing buttons to express or vent hostility. And I think they might be better served. If they did go out a roll around and and roughhouse with their with their peers. Do you see any of that is valid? Yes. I do. Okay. My husband. He's a he's a man van right now. But. My doors for me. And he does a lot of things for me. We've been married almost twenty years. But you like the message they're sending that's interesting. Yes. I'm I'm confused by your by your reaction. Frankly, it sounds like you kind of resist the based upon your an analysis you resist what they're positing. But at the same time, you'll go out of your way, not to buy their product interesting. Yeah. That's why I say, yeah. That's what I find curious. So you like what they say. Well, that's a that's a different question. I suppose I guess the quality of the product should be a part of it as well. But. Did I do by Gillette for my husband now? And I bought other items for my husband, but I will think about that when I'm at the store. Okay. So your husband who does not by his own razor blades. I know what's in there. Hi, kim. You are an interesting observer on it. I find it very somewhat very interesting. I appreciate the call nonetheless. Let's check in with Thomas in fair oaks Thomas. Good afternoon. Welcome to the conversation. Thank you for holding on. And yes, I am absolutely offended. And I think you're on the right track with the defining the terms so dictionary definitions aside, let's let's assume that there's an alien race. We come across as sexual and you have some aliens are acting poorly, toxic alienist. Maleness? There's a lot of men who are gossipy and sure and bitchy and hostile just like there's a lot of whiz gossipy and and hostile. So it's humanity. Stop with the identity politics. Daily offensive could not agree more. And I especially there are women who I think are aggressive and profane and vulgar to a degree that we didn't use to say as I said the exact same way bad behavior is not the is certainly not the the product or the domain of either gender or either sex, it is it transcends and conversely, good behavior transcends as well. So appreciate the call very much time. We shall continue the conversation right after pick some other businesses got more good calls to get through. Don't go away. There's nothing worse than starting. My day feeling.
"john mcguinness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Welcome aboard. Happy Thursday John McGuinness weekend. Newsradio have. Hope you're having a delightful, and there is so much going on across the country. And I think we're kind of a period of let's take a look and see and. And I guess a period of waiting to see exactly how things will play out the new houses is seated and sworn in out of the leadership of Nancy Pelosi yet again. And of course, the the stalemate continues with regard to the government shutdown. The reality. I think as government shutdowns go. There was probably a time when there was a bit of a shocking component to that for for members of the general public. And of course, there have been times when a government shutdown was really truly a government shutdown where the much much more. The government was shut down in this particular interrelation. That's not the case is a rather small. Shut down. And the vast majority of people will not have any impact as a result of a whatsoever. So I I don't know that there's a huge amount of angst on the part of the general public, certainly I'm not troubled by at all I think it's pathetic to to realize that these people cannot come together. And it goes a deal that would be satisfactory and Representative of a legitimate decent reasonable compromise to to get business done. Nevertheless, this shutdown can go on for awhile and certainly not going to adversely affect my life. And my sense is probably the same for each and every one of you. But right here in the local area, there's little situation that's been simmering. And in fact, as we speak the mayor of Sacramento is as gearing up to if not in the process of holding a press conference to announce some plans to deal with what has become a problem at a couple of. Area shopping facilities, most notably Arden fair mall. The other one delta shores. But it's it's regrettable that a it looks like a group of young people. I don't have ages on it. But I think they're juvenile's for the most part sounds like young teens are engaged in thuggish behavior and kind of spontaneous eruptions of of fighting and unruly hell raising kind of behavior at a mall, of course, during a particularly busy season of the year has has been problematic and has caused panic has caused people to to be very very fearful for their own safety. Perhaps in a a. Maybe an enhanced way and has from what reality really had to offer in terms of what the threat to their safety would be nevertheless panic is a real component in those kinds of situations. And it looks as though people have been very very fearful a number of folks have been interviewed by various media and indicated that they were they felt very fearful for their life. And in fact, ran for their life from the mall. So some suggestions have come up in terms of how to deal with it. And what leadership in the city of Sacramento, and even the the mall management should do to combat the problem or to address the problem, and among those thoughts or recommendations have been implementing a a a prohibition on unaccompanied minors, visiting them all. That's one that's one that actually came from the mayor another one from various community activists is, hey, these kids need recreational facilities to go hang out. They don't have those. And that's why they're engaging in these acts of lawlessness at a shopping mall. Well, a couple of things to consider first of all the. The the Arden fair mall to look at it as a as a business enterprise in the city of Sacramento plays a significant role in terms of bringing first of all opportunities for people to engage in commerce, which is a very positive thing. It also brings a significant amount of revenue into the city of Sacramento in their coffers sales tax revenue generated that mall goes a long way to help to help fund programs at the city of Sacramento has to provide. So I think it's reasonable that the the mall D A. Welcome component in the city of Sacramento any mall, any retail business should be welcomed in any. Political subdivision city county, whatever the case may be because they do bring in a a benefit to the to the community. Clearly, the the most the most measurable benefit is the the sales tax revenue, but it's also an opportunity for to showcase the community to to provide employment opportunities for folks to provide places for people with the entrepreneurial spirit to to sell their wares and to again to spark that that element of of commerce in the community, which is a very positive thing. So yeah, I think the city of Sacramento is well advised to do what they can. Within reason. But, but that reason I think is gives a pretty broad latitude to ensure to the greatest extent possible that people feel safe and welcome visiting that mall. There was a period of time in which you had just a scant handful of of retail shopping malls in this region. When I was popped up. Of course, all over the suburban areas where you've got very nice malls in southern plaster county and in Folsom, and even Alvarado hills has a little bit of that. So people have choices as to where they will go shop Arden fair, malls, a big they've got a lot of big anchor businesses there, and there's certain things if you wanna buy in a brick and mortar fashion a traditional shopping experience. You gotta go there. In this region. Lease so, yeah, it's it's it's smart. It makes good sense. It's the right thing to do to ensure that people feel safe and comfortable as they go there to shop. I don't see. The the prohibition on unaccompanied minors as a as a reasonable solution. Because if you think about it thinking in your own life. Unaccompanied minors over the years have been a probably a pretty stable part of the consumer base that visit shopping malls. They have the same interests as other people. They will go there. They will spend their money. They they may even go there and find a job they may work there. It's been a great opportunity for people to land their first job and engage in that that whole experience that whole process, and then the notion that people are engaged in criminal thuggery because they don't have an entertainment venue to visit. They don't have a recreational facility to visit. I think loses an awful lot in terms of common sense. It also conjures the thought in my mind that we should never engage in anything that would be tantamount to rewarding bad behavior. So people are behaving in a bad fashion. Reward them with someplace to go recreate in the manner in which they choose and they'll stop with the labral behavior. I think that's that's bad logic. I think it's very very ill advised. So what are the solutions to it? What would you like to see happen? What are the things historically that have caused people to to enjoy the experience of visiting a mall, and I don't say that sarcastically. I think that's it's a bit of a right of passage people have felt comfortable over the years. And when their kids get to a certain age where they can behave responsibly. They are allowed to go to the mall unsupervised. And again when I was sixteen years of age I worked in two different shopping malls. I never engage in thuggish behaviour. I was there to work get a paycheck. I know. Yeah. I supported commerce there. Other kids, I know up close and personal have been honor students athletes people who also employed at as as young folks and have never created a problem and a shopping mall in didn't need a specific entertainment venue to scratch that issue for them and give them an opportunity to go. Do what they will and not engage in thuggery. So I got a lot of thoughts on this. I want to get your thoughts as well. If you're interested in this. If you find this somewhat troubling that they're wringing their hands and engaging in all this all these deep thoughts. I it seems to me as though hold people accountable. Have have a significant strong police presence there enforce the law. Hold people accountable. Do not allow them to behave in this kind of Abirin fashion and provide an opportunity for people to come visit the mall and engage in the business of their choosing in a lawful manner. Got thoughts nine one six ninety one fifteen thirty eight hundred eight. Three or four fifteen thirty. Well, look at this in the context of one of the greatest efforts ever engaging in this country that has that has really truly that had I'll say because it's largely dropping off. Now had engaged in a successful effort to reduce crime and violence and create the downward trajectory for those categories of criminal behavior in recent decades is going away. Now, we'll talk about this and much much more coming up right after this. Don't go away. Bumper.
"john mcguinness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Far beyond. So my question for you is how how do you believe people like this should be handled? He does have a right to express his his points of view. He cannot make criminal threats to to bring harm to people. He cannot inside a riot or a route legally without facing the potential of of the legal consequences. But what's the best course of action in dealing with somebody like this? I think. It's been said many times, but the idea of of dealing with offensive speech not with silencing efforts. But with more speech is the most effective and a wise course of action, and it looks as though the students that that that he encountered the students that he offended on campus and adjacent to campus over the weekend. Did just that they they they allowed him to go on and and frankly, make a fool of himself. And I think he largely has damaged his his own position is unfortunate. It's it's shameful. It's regrettable that that it can send a message that perhaps is contrary to to it's really truly taking place in a given environment. But I I do believe that the best way to resolve this kind of behavior is to to to allow his speech his expressions to be uttered. And then counter that with expression. Of of truth, veracity and sincere observations. So that's the poll question today. How do you? How do you believe? What do you believe is the best way to deal with somebody who engages in offensive speech is it just try to silence them or to to try to use more speech as a means by which to to set the record straight to shed a light on the truth and the reality you'll find that poll question on the John McGuinness paycheck K PK dot com. It's also topic for conversation on the airwaves at nine one. Six nine to one fifteen thirty eight hundred eight three four fifteen thirty with your calls and more conversation right after this don't go.
"john mcguinness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"On it. Good afternoon and welcome aboard. Happy Thursday to you. John McGuinness, NewsRadio KP k- kind of get a feeling. Things are returning to a little bit of a sense of normalcy with the exception, of course, of what is obviously a very very volatile stock market. We'll see I think I looks to me. And by the way, don't take any observations that I have regarding the stock market has expertise not by any stretch of the imagination. But it looks to me is that volatility is going to be with us for a while. When you saw the big swings in the last couple of days of trading finishing up relatively okay today after having obviously had a big big big sell off on the last trading day Tuesday. So, but the the funeral services and the memorials for the forty first president or largely in the history books now, and it's kind of like, I think it's a very good as shared the other day. I think is a good time for people to look at what made this person that we eulogized this week. Such such a beloved man and look to emulate those strikes and the temptation, I succumb to like anybody else. The temptation is to look to others and expect them to emulate his his his better behaviors. But I challenge people to say, hey, look internally and be introspective and try to try to emulate that behavior yourself, so as we do that. And of course, whenever we deal with with issues that have a tendency to to bring out some level of disagreement or dispute. The suggestion from some we'll be well if you do that if you're too polite. You're too genteel. You you're you're caving in your selling out. Well, that's not the case you stand on principle. You share what you believe to be? Appropriate and best and and Representative of the truth. And certainly point out the shortcomings of of those with whom you disagree or their theories. I guess that's the difference. You don't bash them, and I certainly have seen a dramatic increase in terms of incidents of people resorting to name calling. And thanks. It was soon as you start to identify. You're the person with whom you have a conflict in terms of how you see things of substantive nature. Bye bye detrimental and name calling. I think you've largely lost any legitimate standing. And I see that too increasing degrees. So to the extent I can play a part in that I have chosen to to to work to be respectful of those with whom I have disagreements but still stand by what I believe to be factually and otherwise, correct inappropriate. So as we look at the. The aftermath of the car fire, which hopefully will be will hold its distinction as the worst California wildfire in the history of the state. I I hope it doesn't get challenged or eclipsed by another horrific event of that nature. But it is interesting to note that many people have come out as soon as this started very very early on and said, this is the result of climate change. And let's be honest as you look at the the climate itself. Look at weather, trends and patterns. I it seems to me if you look back even for a rather small period of time. And of course, you have a greater likelihood of getting to the point of empirical data as you look at a larger span of time that change has always been there. It is cyclical. It's a naturally occurring phenomenon. There will be change. There are questions that I think are legitimate as to the the role that human activity plays in that change. But I still I still have to look at and say we are in the grand scheme of things not as big a factor. I don't believe in the world as we like to believe are we may be inclined to assume this is a gigantic enormous world. And so are rolling it in our ability to influence, I think has to be considered along those lines. Nevertheless, I think wise people keep an open mind to everything. And I can tell you chapter and verse politicians some with the statewide responsibility were very very quick immediately to say this is part of climate change. That's what caused this. The mayors in cities far away. Saying that's what it is positively. That's what it is people with no pedigree. No, no educational background in terms of climate science have reached that conclusion very quickly and part of my concern..
"john mcguinness" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"But real good look for birdie above the whole nine footer. On the way and that curls in the left edge oh looked like it might catch the left edge, and go the other way, no down into the Cup cap Peres eight under par Well Nice Pat Perez Pat Perez in this golf tournament over the last couple of years pepper as really as turned it on a couple of wins that birdie at the ninth takes Pat at eight under in a tie for sixth along with Tiger. Woods let's get out the John McGuinness who's tracking Rickie Fowler here at the eighth corn laid it up just short of the greenside. Bunkers there's a trio over there on the left hand side and he's actually zoysia Ricky's keeps it up there all that slabs it to stop a, foot away oh what a, brilliant shout there from Ricky Fowler picked it off the top of their Carney spun it to. A stop right behind the? Whole he'll have a kick in to get to ten under par well? Not only was the lives of cope the stance, as well as that was an uneven stance Rickie. Fowler going to get to double digits and Rickie Fowler a lot. Of talk about Ricky Fowler really had such success without winning major championships a number runner up finishes and a lot of talk about how he's the best player yet to win a major championship could it be this week would this be fitting for the young. Man from Oklahoma state as Rickie Fowler is now going to be ten under par just one out of the lead of Brooks KEPCO. We'll be back with more in a moment from.
"john mcguinness" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"I said tiger almost pitched it. In it for he should four we're a long way from four Log way for four hundred and four is a. Really long hole too so yeah We can hear the tiger, roars all over the golf course at this point if we hear a few more the leaders are going to start to hear him. To open champion Francesco Molinari compared, the size, of the, crowds to a Ryder Cup crowd here Belle Reeve country club Gary woodland, Kevin Kisner and Brooks can. The last group John McGuinness will be watching. Ricky Fowler Dustin Johnson and Charles Schwartz all they are off in nine minutes time we're back in a moment from bell read this is PJ. Championship, radio With asthma is the breathe easies with another one of your favorite hits The kids Smoking Preventing asthma attacks can be as simple as making your home and car smoke-free zones for more breathe easy tips to help stop asthma, attacks go to noattacks dot org up. Next, well what are you? Know the breathe easies with another hit song vacuum up the floor Bore bore Simple steps can help your kids. Breathe easier vacuum. Up Florida keep your house free, of dust dander. And dust mites for, more breathe easy tips to help stop. Asthma attacks go to noattacks dot org brought to you by the EPA.
"john mcguinness" Discussed on KSRO
"Welcome back thanks for on board john mcguinness in four tom sullivan talking about the best way to raise kids and of course i'm going to kind of introduce a kind of a side topic associated with this so get your calls in just a moment here by the way if you want to jump on eight five five two nine five six thousand six hundred but as you look at this information that's put forth in this column by by an avowed feminist who happens to be a woman who also a mother she just the bunks the the whole notion of the the women's liberation movement as a as a as a way to set the record straight i guess too kind taken some liberties with what she's actually said versus my interpretation of it if if you think this was the right thing to do to to get equal standing for women it was it was a failure that's her possession my thoughts are that aknowledging the fact that raising children as a two person task ideally and best if it can be done with with people who have the most but gentlemen natural passion for the wellbeing of the children i think that makes sense but there are also cases in which that just simply is not going to work because there's a destructive element in that parental team and it won't work but there's another column on the assumption that that i think is very closely related by katherine bob magura in thank in which she says hey the theory of adulthood doesn't exist anymore she herself as a millennial and she visited with friend of hers recently and said hey by the time my mom was my age she had five kids my dad was starting his second career and i'm still punching in my parents landline phone number to get discounted cbs that's that's a change you have the people i think millennials are not hitting the milestones in life at the same match and say the markers and live at the same pace of those who have gone before them and is that possibly a product of this different way of of parenting and different makeup of the family unit it could well be but the reality is the desire to do what's best for the kids and to put that at the core of your plan i think is is what people should strive force if you're simply looking at social justice or making the making statement and you're risking the future of your your children in that spirit i think that's something people need to think about it and that's part of which he points out and what about the notion of adult we've we read about the guy in new york that had to be actually be forced out of his parent's home in his thirty s he wasn't able to to to make a living for himself he couldn't thrive on his own i don't i don't know that that occurred back in the nineteen fifties sixties seventies eighties even nineties i don't think that was that was a rare occurrence but now and of course looking at this particular column at apparently is not not a rare occurrence by any stretch of the imagination let's get your calls eight five five two nine five six thousand six hundred let's check in with steve and california steve good afternoon welcome to the conversation you doing john very well thanks i agree with you one hundred percents that to parents raise the child but in my situation tabloid voice was great up until the wife decided she didn't want to be married anymore then when she filed for divorce in the math turned out financially yeah i'd be fine but she would.
"john mcguinness" Discussed on KSRO
"Ninety four five fm ks sro welcome back nature standing on board john mcguinness in for tom sullivan taking your calls discussing the the topic of the day the the next pick for the supreme court of the united states what about this is important to you and somewhere somehow it appears as though especially political opponents of the president to have have drawn the conclusion that roe versus wade is a big deal in the country right now my sense frankly is that is not i really don't think it's on the top of people's concerns and of greater significance even without by the way any any indication or any any taking any position on the topic of roe versus wade simply looking at it in terms of who makes up the court today with the likelihood is of this ever coming before this court i think it is just so incredibly unlikely i can't begin to express it for a number of reasons not the least of which is the man who actually runs the court the chief justice john robertson his his attitude his philosophy a minimalist who who relies very much on precedent believes in stari decisiveness does not want to to to to to effectively create law he believes that changes in law should be the product of societal importance and that should be done through the democratic process not through the judiciary so i just don't see that as a factor but obviously some have seized on that they're trying to make a big deal of it what's important to you i i'll tell you very candidly what my concern is i want people who understand who i inform us understand the constitution they respect the text of the constitution and recognize it as as a document is not subject to their change not subject to social pressures and one of the things that most value about neal gorsuch one of the statements he made in of course of his confirmation hearings he says if you show me a judge is happy with every decision he's made feels good about every decision is made i'll show you somebody who's not a good judge obviously i'm paraphrasing i think that's that's very valid because there are decisions that good legitimate jurists would have to make a person who is respectful to the constitution would have to make that are not representative of their personal values and beliefs that's important and i think that's a very good position for or if if in fact amy barrett was to become a nominee and a justice i think that would be a part of it because she has been so overtly criticized by dianne feinstein among others for her catholic beliefs and the potential bet she would not be able to distinguish to understand her religious and spiritual beliefs from that of her constitutional duty as a justice those are very legitimate concerns the things that will affect our lives going forward i think we'll be best determined by somebody who respects the profound power of the constitution and and makes decisions accordingly let's get your calls shall we by the way the number twenty jump in his eight five five two nine five six thousand six hundred let's check in with an and good afternoon welcome to the conversation thank you for staying in on board howdy mr mcguinness i'm from sacramento one yes hello i'm calling because my greatest concern first of all i believe the role of a supreme court justice is to interpret and apply the constitution to the cases that are brought before them right and i believe that they their purview is to review the actions of government entities taken in conjunction with that interpretations constitution and in california a big issue we have is immigration throughout the country but sure the role of the government yeah interpreting in applying the federal government versus the states individual states correct well of course in san francisco is not the only one there are many many many states and cities across the nation that have declared themselves as a sanctuary which ironically i believe in sanctuary cities i think it's a city should be a place where you could you should be able to seek sanctuary and be safe not for people who violate the law to seek sanctuary but let let's remember the the constitution itself is actually silent with regard to emmigration however congress has given the federal government of the authority to enforce immigration laws and the.
"john mcguinness" Discussed on KSRO
"From new york city to the world tom well not exactly got john mcguinness in for tom today he'll be back tomorrow talk about the supreme court what how much thought you give the supreme court i'm thinking that probably on an ongoing basis most people really don't give it a lot of thought you probably don't fully understand the extent to which the decisions made by the highest court in the land influence your life and it depends on what you do what i say i think to my way of thinking it depends to greenwich down on what you have property rights are a big big part of the court one of the areas where i do have concern as i mentioned earlier is the socalled chevron deference and i know there are people across the country who can relate to this especially if you have agricultural property but it's not limited to agricultural agricultural property if you have areas where somebody comes to visit your land and makes a decision conclusion that something you're doing we've heard countless stories about people who on their property will will damn a creek for example that includes snowpack runoff and certain periods of the year they they wanna slow that that the flow of the of the creeks and rivers and streams in order to actually hold some of that water for a period of time oftentimes for very very legitimate purposes such as to to hydrate their cattle to be able to use that that water for other agricultural purposes but to my way of thinking the more the the critical underlying part of that decision making process and why did she go to them is because it's their property they own it they bought it and they're paying taxes on it yet somebody from the epa will visit their property they will draw conclusions as to the appropriateness of what they have decided to do to their own property and impose consequences oftentimes into the hundreds of thousands of dollars in five sometimes into the millions of dollars in fines and penalties because somebody has done something with regard to their property that has had no impact on anyone else at all and they can articulate that but they're not giving equal standing with the people from the epa because the epa enjoy deferential standing that's that's the position taken by the court in this case known as the chevron deference and and i think that's that's a powerfully limiting factor on people's individual property rights i obviously if you've got a case that you've created on your property and it it causes other people to suffer or devalue their property or limit the the extent to which they can use their property then that that's that's a whole different set of circumstances born is limited to what people do on their property and the impact act is limited to that particular piece of geography and somebody from the epa can come along and tell them that hey this is this is how it is and then it takes a long long time to get that to court and the the standing has been that the difference will be given the government entity that reaches that conclusion that i think is a problem i want to see that change what's important to you what are the things that matter to you is roe versus wade a big concern to you and my thought my firm belief on this is if you are somebody who is concerned about roe versus wade being overturned you're concerned about nothing if you're something someone those hopeful that roe versus wade is overturned i think is not likely to occur there may be some cases that will come up along the way that will give states the ability to to to further restrict or regulate abortion but in terms of an overturning roe versus wade i don't see it happening if you are somebody who is is concerned about gay marriage being overturned i think your concerns are in vain it's not going to happen if you're somebody who's hoping for that i truly believe that ship has sailed no matter what happens with the with regard to the replacement of justice kennedy i do not see a situation in which in which that will change if if you have concerns about property rights however i think again justice gorsuch has written on this and several of the the nominees potential nominees i should say have opined both from the bench and in terms of.
"john mcguinness" Discussed on WEEI
"I was around the golf course and yeah there's plenty of stations it is available you gotta hydrate john it's hot outside it's humid outside here in new york it is it is without question but in a way it's a commitment to come out here we've stumble upon it it's a commitment to get way way out here it's a beautiful courts trust somebody who flew into laguardia last night what a disaster that places right oh my god i mean i can probably get fired for saying what i was thinking but i mean if there's something went wrong there now how would you even know we have construction left right you flying laguardia and the first thing you want to do is get the hell out of there fly back out of there just leave right you don't wanna deal with the terminals and all that nonsense what a terrible plague place at least you get to come up to a beautiful golf course after like a four hour trip by the way from laguardia at shinnecock hills gonna be a great time john mcguinness former pro currently catch him on sirius xm's pga tour radio katri mcginnis on tap great show john enjoy the tournament the next four days always having it's always fun heavy on john appreciate it thanks for having me always fun catch up with a buddy john mcguinness catch on sirius xm's pga tour radio all right the us open gets underway tiger my gonna fall in the trap again am i gonna think tigers gonna win it like i did earlier this year i'll tell you i think's gonna.
"john mcguinness" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Six forty dot com john mcguinness spent over twenty seven years with the sacramento sheriff's department the very jurisdiction where we found out that this killer and rapist was living right under the noses of law enforcement that spent so many hours and days and weeks and months and years trying to bring this guy to justice john mcguinness joins us now thank you for joining us appreciate it morning only ten other at this point that appear to be the case the extent to which he paralyzed this this region and that timeframe frankly is part of what called me into law enforcement i've never seen anything quite like it where you had people lining up to buy firearms to.
"john mcguinness" Discussed on KGO 810
"Of very few that rise to that level there are some unsolved homicides are also a number of unsolved homicides that that that we over the years were satisfied we knew who was responsible and we simply could not get to that threshold where we could present a case that would be provable data reasonable doubt in many cases the person may wind up in custody suspect may wind up in custody for something else or they may meet their their own demise unrelated but in this case we just didn't know and there's about at the time of transition about four cases this of course was on the top of the stack and it also i mean before i got into the business i was in and out of the area in school and back in the summertime and sacramento and the the day extent to which the community was paralyzed with fear is extraordinarily as i think back i i can't think of anything since that time that would rise to that level i don't know if it would be the same today but it was just it was the talk of the town there were there were some community well intended community activists jumped in and started as citizens patrol and all sorts of things i mean gun sales alarm sales locking devices all that were exploding and it was it was just incredible the extent to which the entire region was was stunned by this and so to think now all these years later it says resolved as thing we're talking to former sacramento county sheriff john mcguinness john this question's gonna sound a little accusatory it's not meant to be at all why could the cops not catch the guy at the time the only thing i can say is i believe he's a psychopath and those people by their very nature are very adept at concealing who they are and probably middle had a different image of himself elsewhere the the the.
Sacramento Sheriff Scott Jones On The Arrest Of The Golden State Killer
"On the case of the golden state killer an arrest made last night i talk a little bit about this case i'd like to make just a couple preliminary comments when i became sheriff from sacramento in two thousand and ten there were very few outstanding cases that drew the passion and the interest and the dog determination to solve as east area rapist the sheriff that i took over from sheriff john mcguinness who's here with us today told me about the importance of it i don't know that i fully appreciated at that time but i can tell you without exception weekly sometimes more telephone calls or emails to this day from former employees former detectives community members from all over this country that believe that they know or at least have some information on who the east area rapist was committed to do everything that i could to solve it had a lot of conversations early on with district attorney shubert about how we can do it and those discussions really touched the passion of both of us to solve this case both of us committed the best and the brightest are handpicked folks to oversee the resolution of this case and gave virtually unlimited resources and freedom to pursue whatever leads technology currently existed so that i can tell you that over the last few days as information started to point towards this individual we started since avalance we're able to get some discarded dna and we were able to confirm what we thought we already knew that we had our man yesterday afternoon in a perfectly executed arrest my detectives arrested james joseph di angelo seventy two years old living in citrus heights i can tell you that although it was dna ultimately that led us down the right road there are a lot of places that road could have led i don't want to underscore i can't underscore enough the absolute human factor the dogged determination of not only the detectives working on this case but the passion of the district attorney myself the community and the victim's all too often we forget about talking about the victims and today we at least brought the first step towards closure for those victims of these horrendous crimes