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"ktbs" Discussed on The Daily Article
"This is the daily article podcast published by the denison forum or culture changing christians to receive the daily article directly to your email inbox. Week day morning. Visit the daily article dot com. Now here's today's news. Discerned differently in each of my radio interviews. This week have been asked about our weather crisis in taxes. People from california to minnesota to florida and points in between are following this story. Our winter weather even made the new york times and for good reason a family in killeen has been forced to ration oxygen for their premature baby. They've had to burn their three year old daughters wooden blocks in the fireplace for warmth. Most of us have now seen our power restored but more than thirteen million texans almost half hour states population do not have access to clean running water as of this morning. The extreme weather has been blamed for at least forty deaths in texas and elsewhere but there is good news in the news as well dallas churches and other faith groups helped create an emergency warming shelter for the homeless the salvation army and other faith groups are providing meals and other supplies for those in need. Volunteers are helping migrants. Who are sheltering in the cold. Lakewood church in houston is just one of many churches that has opened. Its doors to serve as emergency shelters. I will never take electricity or clean water for granted again or those who provide such essential services as a result of power outages. I became interested in the first time in our state. Select trinity infrastructure. I learned that texas utilizes more than six hundred fifty power generation facilities connected by more than forty six thousand five hundred miles of transmission lines to provide electricity for our state. Our power is produced from natural gas. Coal wind nuclear solar hydro and biomass resources. Someone had to design and build every one of these facilities lay every mile of transmission line and create the means by which we convert natural resources into electricity. People have to operate the infrastructure that delivers this electronically to us then repair. That infrastructure as needed workers have been braving dangerously cold conditions this week to restore our power until this week. I confess that. I had never considered any of this. You and i could create a long list of other services. We take for granted who built and operates the internet or cellular connection. You may be using to hear these words who designed and built the electronic devices on which you are listening to them. How much of your home or office could you build. How much of your food could you produce. How many of your clothes could you make earlier this week. Janet and i were sitting in sleeping near our gas fireplace for warmth. We talked about the days when this was how most people kept warm in the winter. But i admit that. I didn't consider the fact that we have a gas fireplace and gas to power it. A convenience much of the world does not enjoy one way. God redeemed suffering is by using it to inspire gratitude for that which suffering threatens our electricity and water crisis in texas calls us to gratitude for electricity and water. The coronavirus pandemic causes to gratitude for life and health. The recession calls us to gratitude for the financial resources. We still possess the january. Sixth attack on the capital causes to gratitude for the democracy threatens the growing threats against religious liberty call us to gratitude for the religious freedom we enjoy and the finna toot of this life calls to gratitude for the greater life to come in psalm. Forty nine ten through twelve. The psalmist noted even the wise die. The fool in the stupid alike must perish and leave their wealth to others. Their graves are their homes forever their place to all generations though they called lands by their own names men in his pomp will not remain. He is like the beasts that perish by contrast. The psalmist rejoiced to testify in verse. Fifteen that god will ransom my soul from the power of she'll for he will receive me. If jesus is your lord he will receive you as well. Father stephen freemen a priest in the orthodox church in america recently wrote an insightful essay titled the last temptation focusing on satan's offered to give jesus all the kingdoms of the world in exchange for his worship. He notes that jesus chose instead to make his father his king through the suffering of the cross father freeman suggests that jesus temptation is hours rather than serving god. Through the way of suffering. We want god to eliminate all suffering when he does not. We reject him in anger for what he will not do rather than serving him in gratitude for all he has done. The season of lent began last wednesday as we travel these weeks and the way to calvary. My prayer is that we will make this season of gratitude. Let's turn the needs. We face into gratitude for the blessings we have received. Let's turn the temptations of our enemy into gratitude. For the strength of our father let's turn the enmity of the world into gratitude for the friendship of then let's express our gratitude for our fathers grace by serving him and others at any cost. Let's see the price of our obedience is an opportunity to show our savior the depth of our love father freeman notes. The cross always appears to be weakness and foolishness and thus its followers must be willing to become weak fools. How will you be a week. Fool for jesus today in romans. Twelve to the apostle paul road do not be conformed to this world but be transformed by the renewal of your mind that by testing you may discern what is the will of god what is good and acceptable and perfect. One way to renew. 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"ktbs" Discussed on 1075 KZL
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"ktbs" Discussed on KQED Radio
"From NPR news. In Washington, I'm Shay Stevens. US central command has released recording. It says shows an Iranian patrol boat, removing and unexploded mind from one of two tankers attacked in the Gulf of Oman. Secretary of state. Mike Pompeo had already blamed the attacks on Iran calling retaliation for US actions and the decision to pull out of the twenty fifteen nuclear deal. But Iran rejects those claims it's foreign minister calls the tanker explosion suspicious. The traditionally bipartisan House Armed Services committee, as approved its annual defense policy Bill following marathon session that ended Thursday morning. The vote was split along party lines. NPR's David welna reports that Democrats control the panel included provisions that directly challenge Trump administration policies. It was nearly seven o'clock in the morning when a clerk report of the final tally on the national defense. Authorization act on this chairman is our thirty three. And the knows are twenty four only two of the panels. Twenty six Republicans voted for the Bill. It provides seventeen billion dollars less for defense next year than the seven hundred fifty billion dollar Bill Republican controlled Senate Armed Services committee has approved it also sharply. Restricts military spending on a border wall with Mexico bands, arming submarines with tactical nuclear weapons and forbid, sending anymore war captives to Guantanamo the Bill now goes to the full house, David welna, NPR news, Washington. The wife of Republican California. Congressman Duncan Hunter has made a deal with prosecutors as KTBS's Matt Hoffman reports. Margaret hunter has pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations. Margaret hunter changed her plea from not guilty guilty of conspiring with congressman Duncan Hunter to spend more than two hundred thousand dollars in campaign funds for personal use. She is cooperating with prosecutors ended appears she will be testifying against her husband. Mrs hunter. Pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to defraud the United States afterwards, her attorney, Thomas McNamara Reta statement on her behalf. I.
"ktbs" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"The show twice a week, which is really cool is the advent of the of the podcasting because, you know, some Phillies air, it sometimes late, sometimes it's not convenient for you to listen live, and that's cool. We, we still put a lot of stock in winter time slots are on obviously, we take great pains to make sure it's on the at the best time slot. We can possibly wangle. But the fact of the matter is, those shows are available in most are affiliates when you want them. Just going get them appointment tuning just click on their their podcasting. And there's the show whenever you wanted to people who record those things and play it back in the car on the way to work the next day. And, and what have you. So we're very grateful for that. And thanks to C KTBS Saint Catharines for podcasting. The program. Now, here's, here's something I don't normally do, but I'm going to do it for I get to my the entry for the conscious of that, too. Anyway, we're in the process of switching our telephones at our home office to another company. And sometimes that's not necessarily a straightforward procedure anyway. There's a company that, that we deal with in Niagara called connect doll. You probably listening Nagara, you know, who these people are, and they try to unravel it, and they got the phones working, which is cool to do some number juggling back at the computer at their office. But anyway, one of the installers guy name of Dino normally do this anyway. A shout Dino because he's a big race line radio fan was like, flabbergasted Eric's house, I'll yoakum Magas is just, you know, says another house. Right. But anyway, good guy and he helped us unravel the phone thing. He's a huge motorcycle racing fan loves going to the flat tracks like the grand prix stuff as well. So Dino, there's your shout out to say I don't normally do that. But I threw it in there anyway, because really did help us out with the phones. We're, we're grateful for that, Russ Bush shout sports net, five ninety the fan listener, and he also goes and does the podcast thing on the sports net. Website eric. It's been a while still enjoying your weekly show an awful lot, thank you so much for that. There really is nothing like it for motorsport recap. We'll thank you. So kind, again, now my answer to the WRX TI peak power, trivia question. Well, it is RPM from what I've read in that's crazy. That's loads of rubbing to get that puppy roaring. Love it in his answer. Of course, is correct. So he's into the brake drums got a chance to win the prize. Thanks for all you do ET. Look for your next show. Cheers, rush Bush, Elton, thank you very much for that, Russ Duprey. She it, and yeah, you can enter the contest many times as you like. And there, there's the, the trivia question you need to answer to qualify to win the price pack is this here. One the twenty nineteen Subaru WRX s. T I at what RPM has Pete power achieved with a three hundred ten horsepower, turbo charged boxer engine Eric race line radio dot C as the address to send in your entry, and, or comet. Okay. Okay. Let's work in another pitstop right here..
"ktbs" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"So we create a nondiscriminatory society, but it is not anti semitic to be critical of white wing government in Israel. So the thing that you missed the beginning the beginning of the question, he actually explicitly said Ilhan Oma is not an anti Semite. And then he goes on to say, hey, it's anti semitic to criticize Israel. What is Bernie Sanders missing Burstein everything? I'm back that little piece Bernie Sanders is somebody who spent his honeymoon in the former Soviet Union this over at union when it was in the Soviet Union. Right, right. This'll be correct. It's former now back then he got married us. He spent his honeymoon. They are I will tell you. We're Jewish refugees from Russia the point, but I will tell you that the Soviet Union was an anti-semitic state state, right? There was a cap on with what about that? Bernie Sanders as an American Jew right went. I mean, it was bad enough to think that he's going to come in a state for his honeymoon. But he's going to communist state that has systematically oppressed Jewish runs since the beginning of the book, Paul Graham is originally Russian word is it not. So here's here's the quick story of that right now under the SARS Jews were prosperous. We're not allowed to come into the city. That's that's the pale of settlement. They beyond the pale. That's where that comes from the pale of settlement. Then the union still deep anti-semitism a cap on. How many? Juice. There could be universities and colleges. Kaplan. How how many naked Denia so antisemitic organized, antisemitic state birdie centers goes there for his honeymoon to celebrate sing songs and has a good time. That tells you about everything you need to know, and what how much he cares for does not care for the plight of Jews around the world. Okay. So Bernie Sanders is obviously not that concerned with how Jewish Americans or Jewish people in general fair. He's more concerned with allowing them are who. And that's the medic. Yes. But also we've talked about this before does not seem to be a huge fan of the United States of America as well. Right. A place that has taken her in has given her refuge. But now she says it's oppressive one dismisses the worst attack on our soil nine eleven is just something. Well, what what did she say? What did no say some people did something some people did something is nine eleven on that issue. So let's we know she's anti Semite, and we can say it because she is us, you know, making a slick offering spins this, isn't what the president had to say about this just last night. Totally unrehearsed a local correspondent from KTBS being min- Minneapolis behind stage two stage of a town hall. Just walks up to the president. You know, what he's like he's just says. Okay. You want an interview he starts talking. Let's listen to nine. Congresswoman Omar sent out a release last night saying that your tweet from a couple of days ago has led to direct threats on her life. Any second thoughts about that tweet and the way it was produced and put together. No, not at all. Look he's been very disrespectful to this country. She's been very disrespectful, frankly to Israel. She is somebody that doesn't really understand. I think life real life. What it's all about. It's fortunate. She's got a away about her. That's very very bad. I think for our country. I think he's extremely unpatriotic and extremely disrespectful to our country. That's the president isn't Boris. He says how he sees it. That's why he's likely the best communicator in the history of this country. He's he sees it. He says it, and that's why the American public can connect with him that often testing that you heard in that statement, he's saying what people who are in the right mind seemingly unlike Bernie Sanders, but those who are in their right mind are thinking. Talking point, no rehearsed. No, it's what he believes. It's the truth. And that's what red blooded Americans. Right. That's what America if you take a cross section of America. And you take out the folks who who's liberalism has blinded them. And if you go out to Minnesota to Michigan to this concept, the Pennsylvania to Florida to parts of New York and California. Remember, New York is a lot more than island of Manhattan, New York's huge in California's not just LA. That's what Americans are thinking. Why is there someone in our country?.
Asylum seekers returned from Mexico plead to stay in U.S.
"This is the California report. Good morning. I'm lily, drew, Molly. And we begin today on the border to asylum seekers from Honduras had hearings in immigration court in San Diego yesterday. There's were among the first cases heard under the so-called remain in Mexico program in which asylum seekers wait in that country between their days in court KTBS, gene Guerrero has more the men were transported from church in Tijuana to San Diego with the help of immigration and customs enforcement on the US side. They listened to live Spanish translation of their preceding through headphones. Attorney Robin Bernard of human rights. I filed a motion for an evaluation of the men's fear F returning to Mexico. They received threats and the. Shelter that they're seeing has received threats for sheltering asylum-seekers. You know, there have been individuals at the shelter who who've been attempted kidnaps things like that. So they're pretty pretty scheduled to be there. The judge granted the motion. The men will remain in US custody until their fears are evaluated according to Bernard. The remain in Mexico program is being challenged in federal court pay the ACLU into other advocacy groups who say many asylum seekers are not safe in Mexico, particularly in Tijuana was just seeing record high
"ktbs" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I felt it was very successful. Some people would like to see. Satisfied you're satisfied. We want to be happy with what we're doing Trump referring to positive meetings and dialogue, thus far speaking before dinner in Hanoi facing pressure at home over investigations into Russian interference in two thousand sixteen election and testimony on Capitol Hill from his former lawyer Michael Cohen, Trump next sits down with Kim for a series of meetings beginning with a one on one session in San Diego today, crews demolished eight prototypes for President Trump's border wall is gene Guerrero of member station. K P B S reports. The structures were built one form construction of the wall. The Trump recently declared a national emergency to fund. The steel and concrete prototypes. Which once stood thirty feet tall crumbled beneath a bulldozer dust, flew into the air, then settled on the ruined Egypt. Justin cassidy-collins has some features from the prototypes were incorporated into thirty foot w Wapping built in this area. It's also going to provide more safety for the agents and then safety for our communities here. The Trump administration said the prototypes were virtually impassable, but KTBS obtained government records showing they were all deemed vulnerable to breaching during testing in one case a quick cited the job for NPR news, I'm Jeanne Guerrero in San Diego on Wall Street stocks bounced between small losses and gains today. The Dow Jones industrial average fell seventy two points to close at twenty five thousand ninety five. The NASDAQ was up five points, the standard and Poor's five hundred closed down a point today. You're listening to NPR news. Pancakey weedy news. I mean, Kim federal investigators revealed new.
"ktbs" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"After hearing it could be torn down after over seventy years. Chad Cline and Ricky Nichols. Tell news eight they won't fix the bar up. But keep it as it is. They say anyone can rip down replace a structure, but you cannot build a historic dive bar a man was arrested Thursday after entering the north county Bank ordering everyone to the floor and telling workers to call nine one one to report a robbery in progress. Sheriff's officials say the suspect didn't make any threats or display any weapons but just waited for deputies to arrive San Diego attorney Mike Aguirre says he wants the FBI to investigate violations of handling of radioactive waste at the Senate for nuclear plant. Aguirre tells KTBS that safety violations could be criminal behavior. If it's seen as being willful. It's clear and forty nine degrees. AM seven sixty K FM be talk and breaking news CBS news update. Eight thousand federal workers are. Waiting to get paid as we now her day, fourteen of a partial government shutdown last night on this vote the as are two hundred and forty one and the nays are one hundred and ninety the Bill is passed the house passed the Bill to pay them and to fund homeland security on an interim basis, but without the funding for the president's border wall. Republican Congressman Tom price. Democrats are terribly worried about who gets blamed for the shutdown. Frankly, I don't care who gets blamed this fight to keep drugs off our streets and out of the hands for children. It's a fight to keep our community say it's a fight for higher wages for hardworking Americans is a fight work having democratic congressman Henry coir. We just got gotta look at the right way of securing the border. I wanted to work with you. We want to work with you. But the wall is a fourteenth century solution. We can do better than that CBS news update. I'm Matt piper..
"ktbs" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"And that's when things sort of spiraled out of control, and you star the authorities responding. So dozens of these migrants are signing up to go back home junior reporting, Santiago, what are you seeing here? What where do we go from here? What do you anticipate in the next week or so with these caravans? Well. Racial will pick the the on the first play try to provide additional a support in Mexico. We really I think the Mexican government. Also, the to intensify talks we've a US. A way to to improve equation, which is a tear. They rapidly says gene up here, then what are you an -ticipant in the next week or so moving forward with these caravans? I mean, I anticipate that more and more people are going to sign up to go back home. I I was actually surprised by the number of people who said they were going to go back home because they didn't expect it to be so hard to get into United States. I think it just the diversity of the of the members of the caravan. I it's it's impossible to predict what they're gonna do those people who told me that they that they're going to cross illegally because of the fact that it's so hard others want to go home, others are going to sit around and wait as long as it takes to get into the US because they're terrified of the alternative. We've just to go back to their homes where they are fleeing violent dynamic and difficult situation. Gene, guero covers US Mexico. Puerto for KTBS in San Diego, Santiago Perez for the Wall Street Journal, many thanks to both of you and listeners. Thanks for your calls. This entire hour. We do appreciate it. I'm Jane clayson. This is on point.
"ktbs" Discussed on Only A Game
"Anchor and a radio DJ. He was just twenty three years old to round out his forty hour workweek. He sometimes ran the board during radio news broadcasts, and I was doing that on the afternoon of November twenty second nineteen sixty three. My assignment was to be in the control room at noon. We do a live newscast, then they would have the weather forecast. And the last fifteen minutes they would play a tape of that day's agricultural report, the agricultural report began at twelve twenty five then at twelve thirty hell Nelson, one of our radio newscast guys broke into the control room and said put me on the air immediately. The president has been shot. Nelson gave live updates until KTBS's which to live national coverage from CBS radio anchored by Walter Cronkite ears I- bulletin from CBS news, president Kennedy has been the victim of an assassin's. Bullet in Dallas, Texas. It is not known as yet whether the president survived the attack against him. The she'll just two hundred miles on governor owned by live in and the Johnson. We had a five storey building at tenth and Brazil's in downtown Austin within a half an hour. We had secret service agents on every floor.
"ktbs" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"From the steps of the one da go catholic church residents in the small west in the small town west of bastrop they held a press conference yesterday with while they've lost faith in the sheriff they want sheriff maurice cook to change the way he enforces traffic laws is any clark with the best interfaith we know that underestimate bore he cannot instruct the deputies not to al about status but we are asking that they not do that and not stop people for minor traffic violations don't stop people for minor traffic violations speeding now let's let's keep in mind the sheriff's deputies conducted a special operation because the community said they wanted to crack down on speeders yeah right so the sheriff did he cracked down on speeders and in the process of stopping speeders volley uncovered several people who were he does not ask immigration status on the side of the road they figure out that they are here illegally right at the jail when i skip volved is upset how the backdrop deputies conducted this recent traffic safety initiative may match they had asked the sheriff to do something about the speeders in the neighborhood and the sheriff spoke with ktbs's rudy kaczynski but our target is not to to target illegal immigrants but i'm not gonna apologize for arresting people that turn out to the illegal immigrants now they feel a little misled because this traffic initiative that they requested came shortly after they had a meeting with the sheriff where they urged him to try to find a way to sidestep this immigration question sure to meet with leaders about banner bay to develop a strategy to heal the communities broken competent the sheriff claims questions about immigration status are resolved in the county jail and not during a traffic now during that that undercover not undercover but that special operation they made sixty three stops of speeders sixty three people were speeding twenty four were arrested of the sixty three thirteen of those drivers were identified as undocument charges that the thirteen include the reason they were taken to jail is because they won four of them had an invalid license correct meaning fake invalid just not real yeah six of them didn't have a license at all right never had a license three of them had warrants for dwi there you go so when they got to jail and i said okay well who are you oh you have a fake id you don't have an idea you have no idea who are you yes and then they learned that they are here illegally now now this group is asking the sheriff to not enforce the laws jeez folks clearly are really interested in the details of how these folks were originally taken in they're not interested in that all they see is oh you're targeting illegals clearly this was just a staying against illegal she were target is not.
"ktbs" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"To the program cold boy scouts which is available for teens eleven seventeen so basically you can get into boy scouts at about what about fifth grade through high school the cub scouts program is for kids from kindergarten to about th grade it will not undergo a name change the name of the organization will remain the boy scouts of america now the decision to open the scouting program two girls last october was both a reflection of growing progressive attitudes as well as a business decision the boy scouts of america has actually seen declining numbers of year over the last like ten years declining numbers significantly in fact the organization says it has nearly two point three million youth members between five and twenty one just a few years ago it was two point eight so they lost half a million kids scary in a statement the boy scouts of america said more than three thousand girls of joined the early adopter program and are participating in cub scouts i don't mind that a child participates just don't like this issue of renaming when there's already a girl scouts and there's campfires and brownies and pixies and all these other other female centric organizations to merge them i just don't get it hey here's a big deal there was a molester is a molester out here and e we'll let ktv speaking of ktv jovi hill and team talk about someone protesting bail and i it's just disgusting this guy fiddling around with kids out here and now they're saying there's more and more and more and you always hear that just unnerving here's jovi hill from ktar dot com says no to reduce bail after emotional testimony about twentysevenyearold seth loggins the valley man accused of sexually abusing several children ktbs eleven daniela rivera was in the courtroom when families targeted their anger at the suspect the victim count in this case stands at eight six boys and two girls ages ranging from four to fourteen with the prosecutor said today they have reason to believe these children are just a sampling of the potential victims there were photographs of naked behinds of voice that we haven't identified they aren't named victims in this case i'm because we don't know who they are at this point loggins is being held on a bill that would require him to pay more than two hundred fifty thousand dollars.
"ktbs" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Was mentioning that i've had at least five friends facebook friends maybe not they're buddies buddies but five of the last summer that have had their vehicles stolen when i was younger i don't remember that ever happening in the people trying to figure it out there facing danger according to ktbs jovi hill it has happened to many of you we've been telling you about a lot of car thefts over the past few weeks now many of those cars are then used and other crimes ktbs eleven scott and gross tells us what makes and models thieves like best and something simple you can do to prevent being the next victim scott jill well the key to preventing a lot of these car thieves car carthefts could be right near ignition and take your keys with you and also any belongings you have in the front those could prevent thieves from taking your vehicle lately it seems to becoming all too common either becoming more brazen when it comes to car theft this is the scene from sunday april fifteenth a black chevy tahoe's taken from church parking lot in broad daylight the other day we hit a record we have fifty four posts recovery's stolen cars on property in that area so it was it's been a little rough considering of the over fifty three thousand followers on scanner joe's facebook page they average ten to fifteen of those kinds of post daily for now in a cross hair between what's going on in valley and anchorage and it's you know the posts are coming in every day and we're getting so many more posts are from around the state it's not just here it's everywhere and it's getting really difficult there are a few certain models thieves have their eyes on we're seeing a lot of the chevy silverado the chevy suburbans gmc products are the same in a lot of that has to do with there was the ignition system some of their safety features in there aren't very strong some of the cars are taken to chop shops but the majority are just used for transportation transportation from one place to the other and we're also finding that a lot of times they're handing them off to other criminals and then those vehicles are used another criminal activities the loss of a.
"ktbs" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Earlier we were talking about crime and punishment in the frustration of it not in the valley in anchorage and my god i mean i have friends i was mentioning that i've had at least five friends facebook friends maybe not they're buddies buddies but five of the last summer that have had their vehicle stolen when i was younger i don't remember that ever happening in the people trying to figure it out there facing danger according to ktbs jovi hill it has happened to many of you we've been telling you about a lot of car thefts over the past few weeks many of those cars are then used and other crimes ktbs eleven scott and gross tells us what makes and models thieves like best and something simple you can do to prevent being the next victim scott joe well the key to preventing a lot of these car thieves car thefts could be right near ignition take your keys with you and also any belongings you have in the front those could prevent thieves from taking your vehicle lately it seems to becoming all too common thieves are becoming more brazen when it comes to car theft this is the scene from sunday april fifteenth a black chevy tahoe's taken from church parking lot in broad daylight the other day we hit a record we had fifty four posts of recovery's stolen cars stolen property in that area so it was it's been a little rough considering of the over fifty three thousand followers on scanner jobs facebook page they average ten to fifteen of those kinds of post daily for now in a cross hair between what's going on in the valley and ink ridge and it's you know the posts are coming in every day and we're getting so many more posts are from around the state it's not just here it's everywhere and it's getting really difficult there are view certain models thieves have their eyes on we're seeing a lot of the chevy silverado the chevy suburbans gmc products are the same in a lot of that has to do with there was the ignition.
"ktbs" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In one of many twitter rants president trump called out california governor jerry brown over the deployment of national guard troops at our border with mexico here to talk more about it with us is steve walsh she he covers the military for k pbs in san diego right on the border hi steve just to recap governor brown signed an order this week that will allow up to four hundred california national guard troops to go down to the border but with one big caveat that they cannot help with immigration enforcement so steve what will these troops be doing down there so there are about two hundred forty national guardsmen who already work in various missions with the federal government they do things like radicati illegal marijuana fifty five troops down in san diego who are working various missions including they work with the coastguard doing surveillance in the port so it all sorts of existing missions all over the state brown hashed out this arrangement with the pentagon and the department of homeland security which actually praised the decision but then in a tweet president trump said the government in his own words will not pay for this raid and that governor brown is deploying them to do nothing so which is it is the trump administration happy about this or not as the military reporter i'm often called upon to interpret the president's tweets my record is fairly spotty but i will tell you that after the president tweeted what he did the california national guard came back a couple of hours later and said that no no no we have a signed agreement with the pentagon we haven't actually seen any deployment so far these troops are only very slowly making their way to the border even in other border states in texas and arizona and in new mexico and the like and the that's not exactly clear and the end date for doing it secretary of defense mattis has said that they'll stay there until the wall is built that steve walsh military reporter with ktbs in san.
"ktbs" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To federal law and then in california with the law does is simply tell enforcement officers not to act for instance not to tell the feds about release dates of immigrants in prison and the state claims that the federal government insisting that they do so is commandeering so the supreme court will have to work this one out all right so our next question has to do with the impact of state laws on the federal government so let's listen to this hi this is darrel nelson i'm from gene oregon i wondered what examples are there were a majority of states enacting a similar law or set of laws eventually produced federal legislation well the best example i can think of is the nineteenth amendment granting women the vote several western states who come into the union was women's suffrage in the late nineteenth century then more adopted it but still the struggle before passage of the amendment and then ratification in nineteen twenty was very very difficult regardless of the federal government however several organizations urge the states to write uniform legislation so that they're not different laws in every state with a whole hodgepodge of enforcement always good to talk to you rachel this is npr news joe over to you i've got just about twenty five seconds north one zero one santa rosa north at twelve crash there might have a lane blocked southwe one south of college a separate crash with a truck that's spun out on the shoulder marin county the usual slowdown the bay bridge usual backup and westbound eighty s packed from panel westbound five eighty slow from san leandro almost two twenty four joe mcconnell for joe thanks for the update here's report brought to you by unbound dot org on k q e d public radio from ktbs.
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"Trump isn't welcome in the city gene guerrero of ktbs has more the protesters chanted and held a sign thing revitalize not militarize localizing their opposition to trump's visit trump plans to personally inspect the prototype through his promised wall among the speakers was congressman one vargas who promised to fight to get trump smell welcome here he would be welcome it'd be stopped racism be stopped pitting people once and for all against each other if he acted like a president it'd be had a little decency as our speakers to the wall is an expensive symbol of hate they see the existing one is ineffective because instead of stopping illegal immigration it has pushed it into dangerous areas where people have died by the hundreds each year the argue that a stronger taller wall will do the same for the california report i'm gene guerrero in san diego we're here at the senior siege report of entry this morning it is a normal morning there are no signs or mentions of president trump people are crossing from tijuana legally getting their coffee and going to work but president trump is expected to be greeted with protesters throughout the day in fact when president trump flies into l a this afternoon he'll be whisked to a republican campaign fundraiser not far from the heart of beverly hills so that's where labor leaders advocacy groups and democrats gathered last night for something of a pre party protest ahead of his visit kcrw's jenny hamill this backdrop seems tailormade for trial in shops a five star hotel tourists snapping photos of the iconic beverly hills sign except d shots also feature protest signs like stop donald trump one hundred or so people gathered to protest the president's impending arrival here's just winfield of hollywood obviously there's no trump consensus in california if you look at the popular vote from twenty sixteen defeated soundly here and i'm sure as numbers have only gone down there.
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"You're listening to public radio at five fifty one now from san ysidro port of entry on the us mexico border this is the california report good morning to you i'm john sepulvado this southern border has been the focal point of donald trump's foreign policy from the gecko here is announcing his plan to build a wall here back when he announced his candidacy for president in two thousand fifteen i would build a great wall and nobody builds walls better than me believe me and i'll build them very inexpensively i will build a great great wall on our southern border and i will have mexico pay for that wall mark my words it does not appear that mexico will pay for the wall and we are expecting president trump to examine border wall prototypes just a few miles from where i'm standing near brown field it's been interesting to see how many different ways barriers can be built companies from arizona mississippi alabama and one from israel have constructed eight border wall prototypes they're all taking turns trying to reinvent the wheel when it comes to walls now of course these prototypes all which cost less than a half million dollars to build our in many ways the secondary story here the larger one being this is the president's first official visit an office to california state that overwhelmingly disapproves of his job performance in fact last night a few miles from where i'm standing immigrant rights activists and environmental leaders gathered in san diego's chicano park long focal point for activism to say that trump isn't welcome in the city gene guerrero of ktbs has more the protesters chanted and how the sign saying revitalize not militarize vocalizing their opposition to trump's visit trump plans to personally inspect the prototypes through his promised wall among the speakers was congressman one vargas who promised to fight to get trump impeach welcome welcome here he would be welcome if he stopped his racism be stopped bidding people once and for all against each other it'd be acted like a president it'd be had a little decency other speakers to the wall is an expensive symbol of hate they say the existing one is ineffective because instead of stopping illegal immigration it has pushed it into dangerous areas where people have died by the hundreds each year they argue that a stronger taller wall will do the same for the.