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"kathleen brown" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen brown" Discussed on Latino USA

"Here's Ron Prince from a news report from the time the guy who started the one eighty-seven campaign with the Kylie's La Times poll is showing got the vast majority of the people in California and also in Los Angeles supporting proposition one eighty-seven and so as far as we're concerned we don't need to get out in the street to to March for anything even if we were inclined to do that after the march it's unlike one eighty-seven we'll pass voters are supporting Pete Wilson over Kathleen Brown by a wider margin now then a week before the election the Los Angeles Times sources Wilson for governor marking the first time the paper has backed California governor in Twenty Four Years Twenty four years the editorial states that while Wilson is quote utterly totally hopelessly wrong on proposition when eighty seven he has managed successfully to draw attention on the national stage to the plight of states. talk to an ugly streak of bigotry in California and Latinos everywhere will never forgive him for that only council that ballots cast county by county the results come in in California the anti-immigrant measure known as proposition.

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"kathleen brown" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen brown" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"If she's still in the is she still in the job at Florida. Yeah. Full attorney general Florida probably has a better chance of getting confirmed in the Senate than those other two. I don't think those other two can get confirmed. That would be my my doubt about them. No. I mean, I think also loaded as Alex as are the health and Human Services Secretary. I I also saw DC circuit former DC circuit court of appeals judge. I think Kathleen Brown has been floated Janice. And and but I think you're right either Giuliani or Christie could get passed the Senate couple of other names that have been talked about one is the solicitor general, which is the third or fourth position in the Justice department. That's the person who argues cases before the supreme court and appellate courts. No francisco. He is a possible nominee and then another one Mike Ludwig Mike league is now general counsel at Boeing. But for many years was the just judge on the fourth circuit court of appeals and was a finalist Bill under George W Bush for a position on the supreme court. Yeah, I think he's eminently qualified. Look, I think in terms of the president's needs in the nation seats. I don't think he needs a surly a high profile person at just he needs a very competent lawyer, you know, grounded in common sense and good. Sense to go forward. And I'm I'm not sure the more dramatic picks. Help him that way. Not in not just in terms of getting confirmed by the Senate. I think he needs someone really steady really strong as you mentioned. There's a lot of things roiling the Justice department now from the FBI, and they'll be new investigations. It'll be lots of demands on the Justice department. So I think you need someone really strong and really steady. Well, and somebody who has the confidence of trauma because I think every president deserves an attorney general that he trusts on the other hand somebody who has the stature of independent judgement that is not going to be attacked as a flunky drama. Poor is somebody who is going to be able to inspire the the loyalty and respect of the Justice of the of the attorneys at the Justice department who after all have to make sometimes some difficult decisions. And frankly, the respect to the American public. Oh, I think that's right. And if I had one one my quibble with the Jeff Sessions is he probably he spent a lot of his capital of focusing on the immigration issue and sanctuary cities. He's neglected. Some other aspects is some of the solicitor general some opinions of the Justice. Put out an amicus briefs that they Smit. The supreme court depends is that they made in in lawsuits that were being heard by the supreme court, really boggled the mind and. The weight hair. We Hauser case. I see a Wayfair case that is well way fair the sales tax in which they argued or the Justice department, are you that a state should be able to tax virtually any online commerce, not just sales emplo sales tax on out of state retailers. But potentially even some kind of Netflix tax. You took their argument to the logical extent. There was also case way Hauser verse fish and wildlife surveys in which that was just heard I think those first day of the term in which the Justice department argue that a critical habitat under the Endangered Species Act does not actually necessarily need to refer to have had in which a species can live that in. So that the government can remake land to suit a species and can take over private property and there've been a number of these kinds of cases, we're just as the Justice department in last Herman, this term is defending. Federal power grabs in or restored sovereignty or private land just to complicate things further president named as acting attorney..

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"kathleen brown" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:53 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen brown" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"One. Then again, they said that the last time I mean, it's like getting a Bill that says final notice is never the final. You'd be like good. I guess I just went to college for free to bitch. Wow. I do have this question though. So if your side wins tomorrow night, are you happy because of any particular policy that's going to happen or any specific thing that you think will occur or is it just an I know somebody some of you want the word tried band. The most important word of our time. It's the most important concept of our time. Certainly is it just because your tribe one. Yay. And you get a feeling you the endorphins rush through your body. I think it's more that than it is any particular policy, particularly given the fact that a lot of the policies that are talked about the most or the least likely to be changed, right? Right. Abortions neither going to be completely illegalized or legalized, you know, the immigration probably not going to change. Anyway. So we've reached out many many times to Gavin Newsom to come onto the show. We used to know Gavin pretty well actually had a friendly relationship with them, but he is not campaigning. And yet he is quote unquote, running for the governorship of the great state of California. John Cox on the other hand the Republican candidate for governor joins us. Now. He's willing to come on. John welcome. What the hell's up with Gavin Newsom all great to be with you guys? And you know, what he can't defend what's going on in this state. And I'll do what you were just saying about which side is winning. You know, this is about the quality of life in this state. Gavin Newsom won't debate the issues he won't come on and face me because he knows the state is now the number one for poverty number one in homelessness the highest cost state in the country housing gasoline electricity are out of sight. The roads are clogged and full of traffic. The schools are forty seven. What the heck is he going to talk about he's gonna try to make it about a fight with Washington. Well, you know, what guys help is on the way. I am going to be elected the governor tomorrow. And it's not about me. It's about like you said it's not about who wins. It's about the quality of life in this state, which absolutely has been run down by this political class, and it's going to change come tomorrow. How do we break through the tribal thing? I mean because a lot of that stuff. You said is absolutely true. And. You know, the such a giant proportion of the homeless and the whole country are end up in California, and all that sort of stuff. But there are enough Democrats that just feel like, well, I'm going to vote democrat because I always have in my family always have how do you break through that? It's all about scratching the qualities of life in this day. You know, listen for eight years, we live with President Obama telling us that one point eight percent was the best we can do. Now, we have three and a half percent growth. We have you know, less regulation. We have a little bit of a better disposition and the rest of the country California's recovered along with the rest of the country. But the problem is we still have the same political class here that is keeping housing so expensive. It's keeping gasoline so expensive, and you know, and and it's telling us we're gonna have water rationing. I mean, come on, please. We're seeing next to the Pacific Ocean Israel is using desalinating to turn a desert in one agricultural paradise. And we're gonna sit here with water rationing, no way. I don't think the people of this state are going to go for that. And that's why that's the breakthrough item dies. People. Don't look at the quality of life. And they're gonna save. We've had eight years of this with the Brown Newsome is gonna make Brown. Look like Reagan. I don't want that I'm gonna go with something else. And that's that's me. It's about change. No. In thirty years. We can look forward to a bullet train that'll Whiskas from one sanctuary city to another and only cost us two hundred billion dollars. John. How do you run against that? What a deal what a deal, you know, listen, even people in Fresno. I was there yesterday. They don't want this beast, they want economic development, but they want it the right way organically, not a big white elephant. That's never going to be used by anybody. You know, they know that that thing is just a a monument to corruption. I'm gonna end it the first day, and then I'm gonna use some of that money to refund to everybody their car registration fees that they paid under the gas tax which is also going to be repealed tomorrow. And then we're going to get on the business of really repairing roads and bridges, but we're dealing with us. Our money east fish, gently just like I do in the private sector government waste is really objectionable because people were hard for their money, and the idea that government just suppose it down a rat hole is just horrendous to most people, and I think they're gonna make that fell tomorrow if ballot box and you've made the point about how incredibly expensive it is to build a mile road in California. Nancy? It is it is. It's incredible Texas spends half what we do. And the roads in Texas are smooth as glass. Ours are bumpy. As all get out. What's going on there? You know, what it is? It's political managers these politicians. They don't care what you know, what kind of product they produce because they feel like the voters are gonna keep reelecting him every single time. Anyway, no matter what they do. There's got to be accountability. Guys. You know, I'm accountable every day in the private sector because if I don't do a good job people go to my competitors. Well, you know, people the politicians in this state of felt like they don't have much competition that is going to change tomorrow. We're gonna bring accountability and competition back to politics, and the result is going to be a better quality of life. John Cox run for governor California on the Republican side. The polls have you down. How important is turnout going to be well, you know, somebody sent me a kind of a a retrospective on November twenty six. Sixteen with all these guys saying oh Hillary's a lot. Oh, this is going to happen. Oh, you know, you know, people should remember governor, Tom, Bradley and governor Kathleen Brown, we remember those governors, sure. I see your point right? They weren't governors. I mean, you know, they were predicted to be winners on election day, and they went down to defeat, and we were better off, you know. So I really believe this is gonna be kinda like Harry Truman and forty eight. You know, you know, the surprises in with Tom, Bradley and Kathleen Brown, they weren't elected. You know, the people have a way of, you know, kind of, you know, making the pundits a little bit more, you know, less egotistical. And I think that's what's going to happen here. I think we're gonna have a big surprise to. All right. I'm gonna vote four or five times. John, good luck. John candidate for sure. Good luck in the final. Final pitch making his closing argument there. I wish him LA Gavin. You still got a happy home here. If you wanna come chat with us. Yeah. Better. He doesn't have either. You wouldn't I wouldn't nobody would keep your head down. He's gonna win. John Cox isn't a chance of winning Gavin's wrong. The only thing Gavin could do is possibly say something that causes him a problem. Why why would you be anywhere but in bed with the covers over your head today? If you're Gavin Newsom, right? Well today in the last six months, it's been astonishing, right? Flip open your voter book, the candidate statements, if I'm elected, blah, blah. But he didn't even file one. That's bizarre. I mean, that's that's unprecedented. Just don't say anything. I gotta say something. I gotta say, oh, bring happiness and prosper note. Just don't say anything don't even file a state. What I know. I. I'm not a really a political scientists. But I don't I don't see how this and this happens in blue states and red states where they're just so solidly one that the same side keeps getting elected over and over it abuses, its power, right? And and how are there? Not more people. Willing to look at Hayes the homeless situation getting better or worse are the roads getting better or worse. Our taxes getting better or worse. Our school's getting better or worse are the people not willing to look at those issues and decide you know, we had to try something different. I guess because you just so sickened by the idea of voting Republican social pressure in some states. It's the reverse. And what was funny is California was a fairly balanced state until really the Bush administration. The Iraq war was a big deal. I w himself it's hard to imagine. Another Republican Senator in California. Ever. Well, yeah, it's hard to imagine. Now. But these things change I mean, one party rule will eventually run and government into the ground. It will become so scandal ridden wasteful abusive of the people that eventually it will be brought down. But is eventually this year two years from now six eight sixteen. Nobody knows nobody knew visit have to happen from within. Like Trump running within the Republican party that might tear down the Republican party, and you start over or do you think Nevada Nash declare war against us humane or one well does the does the Republican party at some point defeat, the Democrats in California because people are finally wanna change or does it have to change within the party people who've agreed upon like Trump might be changing the Republican party in one way or another. Worked very happy before Trump came along with the Republican party. Right. And then that allowed a Trump to happen. Yeah. I wonder I wonder too a complex and nuanced question, you know, the most important election my life. This texture says I've got two kids under five the election of who gets to do bath time. Each night is the most important..

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"kathleen brown" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:37 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen brown" Discussed on KGO 810

"Do have this question though. So if your side wins tomorrow night, are you happy because of any particular policy that's going to happen or any specific thing that you think will occur or is it just and I know somebody some of you want the word tried band. The most important word of our time. It's most important concept of our time. Certainly is it just because your tribe one. Yay. And you get a feeling union dorfman's rush through your body. I think it's more that than it is any particular policy, particularly given the fact that a lot of the policies that are talked about the most or the least likely to be changed, right? Right. Abortions neither going to be completely illegalized or legalized, you know, the immigration probably not going to change. Anyway. So we've reached out many many times to Gavin Newsom to come onto the show. We used to know Gavin pretty well actually had a friendly relationship with them, but he is not campaigning. And yet he is quote unquote, running for the governorship of the great state of California. John Cox on the other hand the Republican candidate for governor joins us. Now. He's willing to come on. John welcome. What the hell's up with Gavin Newsom all great to be with you guys? And you know, what he can't defend what's going on in this state. And I'll do what you were just saying about which side is winning. You know, this is about the quality of life in this state avenue. Some won't debate the issues he won't come on and face me because he knows the state is now the number one for poverty number one in homelessness the highest cost state in the country housing gasoline electricity are out of sight. The roads are clogged and full of traffic. The schools are forty seven. What the heck is he going to talk about? He's gonna try to make it about a fight with Washington. Well, you know, what guys help is on the way. I am going to be elected the governor tomorrow. And it's not about me. It's about like you said it's not about who wins. It's about the quality of life in this state, which absolutely has been run down by this political class, and it's going to change come tomorrow. How do we break through the tribal thing? I mean because a lot of that stuff. You said is absolutely true. And. You know, the such a giant proportion of the homeless and the whole country are end up in California, and all that sort of stuff. But there are enough Democrats that just feel like, well, I'm going to vote democrat because I always have in my family always have any a breakthrough that you know, it's all about scratching the qualities of life in this day. You know, listen for eight years, we live with President Obama one point eight percent was the best we can do. Now, we have three and a half percent growth. We have you know, less regulation. We have a little bit of a better disposition the rest of the country. California's recovered along with the rest of the country, but the trouble is we still have the same political class here that is keeping housing so expensive. It's keeping gasoline so expensive, and you know, and and it's telling us we're gonna have water rationing. I mean, come on, please. We're seeing next to the Pacific Ocean Israel is using diesel nation to turn a desert in on agricultural paradise. And we're gonna sit. Here with water rationing, no way. I don't think the people of the state are gonna go for that. And that's why that's the breakthrough item. Guys, people are to look at the quality of life. And they're gonna say we've had eight years of this with Brown Newsome is gonna make Brown. Look like Reagan. I don't want that I'm gonna go with something else. And that's that's me. It's about change. No. In thirty years. We can look forward to a bullet train that'll Whiskas from one sanctuary city to another cost us two hundred billion dollars. John. How do you run against that? What a deal what a deal, you know, listen, even people in Fresno. I was there yesterday. They don't want this beast, they want economic development, but they want it the right way organically, not a big white elephant. That's never going to be used by anybody. You know, they know that that thing is just a a monument to corruption. I'm going to end it the first day, and then I'm gonna use some of that money to refund to everybody. Car registration fees that they paid under this gas tax, which is also going to be repealed tomorrow. And then we're going to get on the business of really repairing roads and bridges, but we're not with using our money efficiently. Just like I do in the private sector government waste is really objectionable because people were hard for their money, and the idea that government just down a rat hole is just horrendous to most people, and I think they're gonna make that fell tomorrow at ballot-box. Well, and you've made the point about how incredibly expensive it is to build a mile road in California. It is it is. It's incredible Texas spends half what we do. And the roads in Texas are smooth as glass. Ours are bumpy. As all get out. What's going on there? You know, what it is? It's political managers. These politicians didn't care what you know, what kind of product they produce because they feel like the voters are going to keep we elected them every single time. Anyway, the letter what they do. There's got to be accountability. Guys. You know, I'm accountable every day in the private sector because if I don't do a good job people go to my competitors. Well, you know, people the politicians in this state of felt like they don't have much competition that is going to change tomorrow. We're gonna bring accountability and competition back to politics, and the result is going to be a better quality of life. John Cox run for governor California on the Republican side. The polls have you down. How important is turnout going to be well, you know, somebody sent me a kind of a a retrospective on November twenty six. Sixteen with all these. Saying oh Hillary's a lot. Oh, this is gonna happen. Oh know. You know, people should remember governor, Tom, Bradley and governor Kathleen Brown, we remember those governors. Sure. Sure. I see your point right? They weren't governors. I mean, you know, they were predicted to be winners on election day, and they went down to defeat, and we were better off, you know. So I really believe this is gonna be kinda like Harry Truman and forty eight. You know, you know, the surprises in with Tom, Bradley and Kathleen Brown, they weren't elected. You know, the people have a way of, you know, kind of, you know, making the pundits a little bit more, you know, less egotistical. And I think that's what's gonna happen here. I think we're gonna have a big surprise. All right. I'm going to vote four or five times. John, good luck. John consciously candidate for sure. Good luck in the final. Final pitch making his closing argument there. I wish him LA Gavin. You still got a happy home here. If you wanna come chat with us. Yeah. Well, but he knows better. He doesn't have. You wouldn't I wouldn't nobody would keep your head down. He's gonna win Johncock chance of winning Gavin's nowhere, you're wrong. The only thing Gavin could do is possibly say something that causes him a problem. Why why would you be anywhere, but in bed with the covers over your head today, if you're avenues, right? Well today in the last six months, it's been astonishing, right? Flip open your voter book candidate statements. I'm elected, blah, blah. But he didn't even file one. That's bizarre. I mean, that's that's unprecedented. Just don't say anything. I gotta say something. I gotta say, oh, bring happiness and prosper note. Just don't say anything don't even file a state. What I I. I'm not a really a political scientists. But I don't I don't see how this and this happens in blue states and red states where they're just so solidly one that the same side keeps getting elected over and over and it abuses, its power, right? And and how are they're not more people. Willing to look at Hayes the homeless situation getting better or worse of the roads getting better or worse. Our taxes getting better or worse. Our schools getting better or worse. People not willing to look at those issues and decide you know, we ought to try something different. I guess because you're just so sick. And by the idea of voting Republican social pressure in some states, it's the reverse. And what was funny is California was a fairly balanced state until really the Bush administration. The Iraq war was a big deal charge w himself. It's hard to imagine. Another Republican Senator in in California. Ever. Well, yeah, it's hard to imagine. Now. But these things change I mean, one party rule will eventually run a government into the ground. It will become so scandal ridden wasteful abusive of the people that eventually it will be brought down. But is eventually this year two years from now six eight sixteen nobody else. Does it have to happen from within like Trump running within the Republican party that might tear down the Republican party and you start over? And do you think Nevada declare war against us humane or one well does does the Republican party at some point defeat, the Democrats in California because people are finally wanna change to change within the party people who've agreed upon like Trump might be changing the Republican party in one way or another. Worked very happy before Trump came along with the Republican party. Right. And then that allow to Trump to happen. Yeah. I wonder I wonder too that's a complex and nuanced question. You know, the most important election in my life. This texture says I've got two kids under five the election of who gets to do bath time. Each night is the most important..

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"kathleen brown" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen brown" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Yeah, he's having his own discussions with Russian ambassador. Skipped he thinks he's president. I know you and the UN he's the grand poobah of of of his ranch. Did you see these three pictures at NBC four put in the story? Are you on Jerry Brown through the years? Yeah. The middle one. What's he wearing on his head? There's a French generals. Capper? It looks like one of those things Lafayette. We are here. Yeah. It looks like some weird warhead, and then your favorite pictures, right? Okay. Yeah. I knew you'd go to town on this one. We got to put this up on the website guys. We gotta get the handsome young, man. He was well, yes. But he's wearing a priest's collar. Seminaries wearing a black shirt and a white collar with a black jacket and he's got a trim haircut. And he looks like he was very close to being a priest. He was already in the seminary. Did he? Jesuits you're gonna leave your kids with that, man. And then there's Kathleen right next. Remember her owes that sister do here? That's her. Yeah. I thought that was ran for governor. And of course. That was on the board of sympa. I thought that was his mother father in front. I think that that's true. She's a little young to be the frumpy Brown. Kathleen brown. They called her frumpy. Doesn't he look a lot younger than and so it isn't just climate change. He also sits on the board of the nuclear threat initiative. Yeah. So the international crackpot groups like I was saying when I was a little kid I took this stuff seriously. And I thought well, it was something these guys must know something. And then you know, a little while. It's like, oh, we're two minutes to midnight or three minutes. Five minutes up or back up the three men and nothing happens. You live a little while you live a little while you realize this is another racket eight at work. But by the time, you're eighteen you're like get outta here. Exactly. Dead by the minute. Exactly. What does he like clock? Those two minutes should have passed by. Now, if we were in such should look up with the the closest we were to midnight in the history of this group. I don't know they're called bulletin. It might be now because Trump's president deal January. They moved it to two minutes to midnight. Right. But I wanna know if maybe back in the sixties or whenever they started the clock closer to midnight in two minutes. I think the reason Trump is pulling out of this treaty with Russia as he says Russia's cheating all the time. So what's the point? I know which is why he's pulled out a lot of these internationally. John agreement Iran agreement the Chinese trading agreement Harris climate agreement the Paris climate agreement. He says everybody else's cheating and screwing us over. And we're supposed to be a boy scouts on this. You see the media dropped its jaws, and they stay gasped. When Trump said, I'm a nationalist. Oh, yeah. That means you're a fascist. Joe? You're a white supremacist. Oh, I didn't say that. I'm for America, America. I would you. They catch you contorted that into being a white supremacist. I don't release. They're a bunch of stinking globalist liars. That's why the idea of you sound like the guy with the van. Some of those stickers were right? Okay. You know, Caesar's say. Some of those stickers are right. Some of them are I didn't read the ball. So I can't comment. CNN socks. You disagree? No. I don't okay. That's the only one I see from the that's that's the one. I saw I got. Well, he's right on that one. We'll be talking about him next hour because we picked out a whole lot more stories on the suspect arrested in Florida for the package bomb Iraq who was in his fifties. And it lived with his mother. What do you need to know anything else? Male-stripper and dancer male-stripper. How could you possibly put together this profile? It's not possible manager manager of an all male review..

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"kathleen brown" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:40 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen brown" Discussed on KGO 810

"This is from January of this year after the Eliseo canyon blowout Brown took steps to keep the cause of the accident secret Jerry Brown months into the efforts to stop the leak Brown issued an executive order keeping any investigation of the causes. And whether it could or should be shut down a secret as of August of twenty seventeen the CPU see was considering allowing ratepayers to be charged two point one billion dollars over the next twenty years for a forty seven mile Semper owned Nassar natural gas pipeline that would provide virtually no benefit to its core and small business customers and Brown and his allies return to their efforts to kill nuclear plants in February of two thousand thirteen Brown appointee. And CPU you see president Michael Peavy who we talked about earlier sought out a senior executive of Southern California Edison, while the two men were on a junket in Poland PD, laid out the terms of the deal to close songs. I don't know what that is in exchange. For permission from the CPU see to SEC to increase trysofi. Rates in order to charge ratepayers three point three billion dollars. And. Investors. An additional one point four billion even though a new steam generator could have been purchased and a stall for well over one billion dollars the prior steam generator hit cost less than eight hundred Bank. I mean, it's it goes on and on and on and on. But if you just start looking Jerry Brown Kathleen Brown energy, if you just Google that kind of thing you're going to come up with a bunch of this stuff. Are there in the governor's office as well? Office a CPU ran PG and a California Edison, and Sal, San Diego gas and electric, I just want to remind everybody that Kathleen Brown was treasurer, the state of California, she ran for governor of the state of California against the Pete Wilson in one thousand nine hundred four and she was defeated decisively. Wilson got fifty five point two percent of the vote. She got forty point six percent of the vote. Interestingly enough when she first got into the race. She was considered a favourite. But it goes to show you the conflicts which exists here in the state. Yeah. And they are vast. You know, you think of Jerry Brown governor moonbeam, you think of him as a very successful mayor of the city of Oakland, and I voted for Jerry Brown rice, afforded, Jared successful attorney, general, California. Yeah, he was. But you know, what he's not nearly as grant as green as he lets on. I mean, he just isn't. He's just not as green as he purports to be eight hundred eighty eight ten is our telephone number eight ten so the major. Question here, as we talk about all of this is a PGA, what should their liability? Be do. You think the PG should be allowed to charge the tax payers or does should be allowed to charge rate payers that is in your electric Bill. Should you get a boost in your Bill? Should you have to pay more for your gas and electric I in order to cover PG and liability for these wildfires? Do you agree that there should be a reform of the relationship between PG and the and the PUC? Should be something else. I mean, I I should they just be should. They just kick them all out and then start over. I don't know what you do John. Well, it's the first thing I want to separate two things. I've known professionals at PG any people who worked at PG any sister retired from PJ public servants. And the trick is better than that. We know that it's not the people who work there. We know. It's not the linesmen. We know it's the executives, and that's why PG he needs to be taken out of the political balance and the and the PUC's job is to oversee PG any and I'm going to suggest to you. They have failed miserably and this latest business turning off the power turning off the power, and how do you think that that is a rational move. So we can add that to our discussion as well. Do you think the PGA is just operating to try to maintain the best safety for all of us and avoid fires? Are you? Okay. With them turning off your power. If the winds get strong, and I wonder what the what the limit is. I wonder what they're cutoff point is when the winds reach this philosophy. Then we shut off the power, and I have to tell you something the idea that power will be shut off because winds are blowing strikes me as being completely incongruous. Bizarre. Just truly bizarre. Yeah. And they also say it's not their fault. It's global warming. It's not their fault. It's global warming. Global warming is definitely a contributor to the California wildfires to their hold onto the. This news bulletin to Donald Trump. Yeah. The incidents and the intensity of these fires. But the actual cause of the fires in this circumstance. Not the cause of the dryness. Not the cause of the things that global warming can contributes to the Beatles. That are, you know, killing the trees that then make them fodder for fires that stuff is global warming. But having not maintained properly, and especially when global warming is a foot, especially when they're suffering when we're suffering these kinds of conditions to not maintain the safety standards that are required. And then as a result to cause these horrific wildfires, you've got a hell you've got to hold them responsible. If Pat this were the night of the San Bruno explosion, we will be talking about gas lines and the need to check gas blinds which had been doing. And there are a lot of gas lines to be checked are they they've stopped. They're doing that. Now. Right doing it. But it's huge. Yeah. Because they did. I didn't do it for so long. They neglected it for so long that now they have to catch up on how many people are gonna die. I just wanna ask a question would you as a user four one five eight zero it's early ten would you be willing to pay more in order to secure a properly one PG any just curious? I don't think you should have to. I think you just fire the lot eight hundred eighty eight ten is the telephone number eighty eighty eight ten let's go to Jack, decent San Jose. Hey, Jack Dee's, thanks for holding your cable. Yeah. Thank you. Week fine. It's not another because. Electrical engineer via other several also by the city and find out. Budget plan the mega visited the what data being? CBS awesome. Nick, some of the Bank member of their Bank to blame. Claimed our game. And they're using the politician. Of him. Listen, it's it's part of the game, Giannis, you're right PG. He must not be too big to fail because their failure will impact on us. And so what we want to make sure of is that PG any has what it needs to do the job. And who do we trust when we get into that we get frankly into the supervision? They have from the PC and from the state legislature. You know, one of the things that is so concerning though, is that they are mismanaged, and and you've got the CPU the CPU is corrupt p genie is mismanaged. The governor has a conflicts of interest. We've got some real issues here in the state of California that need to be addressed. But the first thing that we do is. We don't bail them out. We don't let them off the hook. And I don't think they should be allowed to just shut off the power willy nilly because the years because the winds kicked up. Either eight hundred eighty eight ten is the telephone. I mean, it's as if they don't want to have to go out and do the necessary work and to clean everything out. So that they're not a fire hazard. That's what it seems like they don't want to do that. And they need to be forced to do that. And in the meantime, pay for the damage they've already caused and you know, I don't mind if PG and he doesn't make a profit what I want is for PG Nita run efficiently. Right. Exactly because we're the ones. The bear this monopoly. They have to do it. They have to do this, right? We'll be right back. He John Rothman..

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"kathleen brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We behave. Next time. You're stuck in traffic. Consider the fact your part of the problem the point I walk to work. You get the point. I mean, the point is. Yeah. No, I take responsibility. When something goes wrong relationships, go south take account to your own relationship to the issue. And so I I learned a lot from that. And look I'm someone again, I I'm gonna make mistakes, I will take risks. I'm not reckless in life. I I done some things that that I will permanent regret. I do things that I don't regret that. I learned from that weren't mistakes. And one of them is a perfect example. I came out with economic develop plan work with MacKenzie in the Brookings institute traveled the country, virtually and physically to learn about best practices, some economic development had a press conference about a thousand people showed up that was a mistake. I don't regret that mistake as it was overshadowed gone ahead of the skis. You know? Jerry was dealing with a twenty seven billion dollar budget deficit. I was focused on the twelve point four percent unemployment business background, and it wasn't his priority at the moment. And he's the governor. I'm not and he was right. I was wrong in that respect though. I don't regret the effort. I do regret not being respectful enough of where he was at that moment. And I hope the next Lieutenant governor considers that exactly. I know it's hard to check them out and talking to Jerry about these kinds of things is never easy. I mean, I also there's a familiarity issue just known him forever. You know, Kathleen Brown's Godfather's my grandfather, my grandfather ran Pat Brown's campaign or charity for district attorney in San Francisco goes back generations. And so there is a familiarity that also his brains. I don't wanna say contempt because there's because that's a quotable thing. So I'm not gonna say that. So I went out on my way to correct that statement. But I, but I, but the familiarity met this relationship is a little different put it that way than the traditional Lieutenant governor governor relation. Well, I think we're going to have to leave it there. Thank you so much for coming back homelessness about Jerry, you notice that. Yeah. I'm being very indulgent that the records would you tell them. I know he'll listen listen that thank you so much for coming in does it for this edition of political breakdown. It's a production eighty public radio. You can also subscribe to our brand new weekly newsletter that will drop all our top.

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"kathleen brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Society becomes how we behave. Next time. You're stuck in traffic. Consider the fact you're part of the problem. The point I walk to work. Mugs. You get the point. I mean, the point is you no, I take responsibility. When something goes wrong relationships. Go south take account to your own relationship to the issue. And so I I learned a lot from that. And look I'm someone again, I I'm gonna make mistakes. I will take risks. I'm not reckless in life. I I've done some things that that I will permit the regret I do things that I don't regret that I learned from that weren't mistakes. And one of them is a perfect example. I came out with an economic developed plan worked with McKenzie and the Brookings institute traveled the country, virtually and physically to learn about best practices on economic development. Had a press conference about a thousand people showed up that was a mistake. I don't regret that mistake as it was overshadowed gone ahead of the ski. So you know, Jerry was dealing with a twenty seven billion dollar budget deficit. I was focused on the two point four percent unemployment business background, and it wasn't his priority at the moment. And he's the governor. I'm not and he was right. I was wrong in that respect though. I don't regret the effort. I do regret not being respectful enough of where he was at that moment. And I hope to next Lieutenant governor considers that exact. Did if you talk about that. I know it's hard to eat chicken talking to Jerry about these kinds of things is never easy. I mean, I also there's a familiarity issue just known him forever. You know, Kathleen Brown's Godfather's my grandfather, my grandfather ran Pat Brown's campaign or charity for district attorney in San Francisco goes back generations. And so there is a familiarity that also. I don't wanna say contempt because there's no because that's a quotable thing. So I'm not gonna say that. So I went out on my way to correct that statement. But I, but I it is but the familiarity met this relationship is a little different put it that way than the traditional Lieutenant governor governor relation. Well, I think we're going to have to leave it there. Thank you so much for coming back into homelessness about Jerry, you notice that. Yeah. I'm being very indulgent records. Would you tell them? I know he'll listen listen that thank you so much for coming in..

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"kathleen brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Almost Ronald Reagan in nineteen sixty six. My view is the greatest democrat in this country. My father, Pat Brown. A lot. And you can't it's easier. If you if you're watching that video, but he gets quite choked up talking. It's a really emotional moment. People who were there sort of still get choked up talking about it because it was such a a public tribute to his father who was at that point in very poor health and not able for the first time to come out and campaign for his son. And so, you know, a very moving tribute. I think his dad is a few years later, and there's an anecdote in the book, which is hilarious mean Jerry Brown is known for being as he says tight with a Bacher frugal is is. And so you say that Pat Brown dies. Kathleen Brown gets to the family home. I and picks out the least expensive casket she could find in the catalog, and then Jerry arrives and finds one it's cheaper. Right. That is because there's a a plane pine coffin with Jewish star on it is cheaper. And though the Irish Catholic guy gets buried. Box which I think Pat would have really liked because he believed in that kind of ecumenical. Embracing all religions there you go. Let's go back to the phones. And Mary in San Francisco, you're next. All right. Thanks so much. Very interesting. I grew up in the edge of the western addition. And I'm really curious. Where was the Brown? Household was fair. It was at fifteen seventy two grove. In the western addition. Yeah is sold. The house is still there. What what Ida the practical smart one in the family took the money that her husband made gambling and invested in the construction of this three story building had three apartments on three different floors. And so they lived in one floor and rented out the other two which gave them kind of a steady source of income when Edmonds businesses failed as they did periodic. It wasn't one of the tenants Jewish. Yes. The tenants were Jewish and the Brown kids, Pat, and his brother would be the Shabbat Goi as we say who would go and in turn on the lights on so. Yeah, interesting. Thanks very much for that. So you live near that house. Mary. We moved out if became really quite wrath. It was quite genteel. This was. World War Two days and neighborhood changed. It was very genteel. And there was other Jewish bakeries and from from Callister street. So it's interesting to see the changes and general walk by just seventy to grow over there. There was a great deli over there. All right, Mary. Thanks so much for the call. Here's a comment from a listener, Angela writes, I remember that in Jerry Brown's first administration integration and upper levels of state government happened. My uncle Leonard Grimes became the first African American to lead them public utilities commission. And as her her dad became deputy state architect, a very much a part of what he did as governor back in the seventies and early eighties. I think it's a really significant and kind of under appreciated aspect of his first terms where he did come in and shake up in those ways the administration of state government in in both in the executive branch, and in the judiciary, which was overwhelmingly white male. Male another California. I try to convey this book the size of California because I think that people who don't live here don't really appreciate it. There are more state. There were then three times as many state judges in California as the entire federal system. And he appointed a lots of women and minorities to those jobs, of course, he's doing it. Again, this law second time as governor as governor. You're listening to forum. We're talking with Marian Powell her book is called the Browns of California, the family dynasty that transformed. A state and shaped a nation..

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"kathleen brown" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen brown" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"On the path now. I don't know liar. Criminal fool pick your choice. Jerry brown. Who is behind the largest methane release, maybe in California history when his administration failed to oversee the the natural gas tanks that blue in Puerto ranch and sick and poisoned three thousand people. There was no valve there since nineteen seventy nine. And his administration which actually dates back to nineteen seventy nine. He says second-term third term in fourth term of office never discovered the missing valve. And so it blew it. Blew a gigantic amount. Methane into the air probably the largest release that anybody has ever blown into the air. Was unable to stop. It never seemed to care about it. And never did anything to significantly punish. So Cal gas, which their parent company is Semper energy run by Jerry Brown sister. Kathleen, Jerry, Brown, hardly said a word about it. And didn't help in any way. The thousands of people in Puerto ranch who were chased out of their homes by the poison gas, and some of whom still still suffer from medical issues. There has been nothing but road blocks from all levels of government, nothing but road blocks from socal gas, and it was absolute ineptitude by Kathleen Brown's company and ineptitude by the Jerry Brown administration. And then he stands up naked at this climate conference calls Trump Aligarh a criminal and a fool. Trump didn't release all that methane. That's that's the the modern world. Now. You could be culpable for terrible terrible things. But if you're on the PC side, your crimes are utterly ignored not even defended. They're just not even reported on their ignored. Jerry brands, never challenged on any of this. Nobody even brings it up. Instead, he says all kinds of crazy stuff, and it's printed as if it's gospel from the mountaintop. Now, there are people up there that are so crazy they're actually crazier than Jerry Brown. Because they think he hasn't done enough. Well, actually, in the way, they're right. And I meant to get in this yesterday because we talked a lot about this this nutty climate summit. That university of UC Irvine study, which showed that. On a per capita basis. We've done about the worst job in the nation. In reducing greenhouse gases, which is shocking, but we explained it in detail. We had the authors of the study on we had Joel Kotkin on. Who edited the study? He we had on and. It was a pretty. Seem easy to understand study. As to why Jerry Brown utterly failed in reducing greenhouse gases. And that virtually every other state did better. And none of them have the ridiculous taxes and laws. We do. But again that UC Irvine steady Kennedy, I covered it where Joel Kotkin on to explain it. L A times never covered it. It's never brought up publicly to Jerry Brown. It's out there. It's easy easy. Easy to understand makes sense. Certainly worthy of discussion and debate. Nope. And this is the new age we're in where stuff is just not reported. It's like in Germany and Sweden. Because everybody's so there now the government and the media have both. Agreed. They're never going to report on any violent crimes committed by migrants. Often the crimes don't get reported in the media. And if they do it's just suspect is a man. But I can tell you is name, and they're certainly not going to tell you where he's from. And they're not going to tell you whether he's a migrant who came legally, really, none of it. Because that is their religion. That's their belief system. Now that we will cash no aspersions on any of the migrants, even if they committed some horrible heinous crime. Well, in the same way here. No one will cash environmentalists versions on Jerry Brown. No matter what kind of preposterous thing he does even though his his global warming. Planes, don't work. They just flat out don't work. It's been proven. We come back. We're going to play a clip of activists who think Jerry Brown's not doing enough and also Michael Bloomberg that human billionaire hemorrhoids. He was getting heckled to and these are from the the crazies who want all oil production shutdown in the state everything shut down. John and Ken KFI. Debra.

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"kathleen brown" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen brown" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Affect the people so what we want to do is interesting point is that when you give benzene over timeframe that is potentially toxic you don't go to blood cancers immediately you actually show changes in. A. Complete blood count so you do what they call a? CBC or a complete blood count When you look at. Parameters within that CBC you. Look at the white cells. The percentage limps platelets and other factors that you can actually look at to see that they've had changes and you look very importantly, at, the trends and. The. Changes so, we're going to go ahead and initiate that study in. Two days had negotiated a very believable price to have a blood test that seven dollars Primax lab is come to the table to help we'll have information, that will, go out to permeate Facebook on exactly how where what to, do I've, signed an, order to. Go ahead and habit completed and people can just go in and have their blood drawn? They don't need to fast they can take their medications everything is fine and we can start getting data and looking, at this data over time and we'll. Probably look at it a good three three plus. Years yeah I mean we are coming up on three years since the A gas leak, began, are you still. Hearing. From people, who believe they still suffer symptoms from all this Oh absolutely absolutely. And some people. Are just chronically ill so again we want to continue to look obviously. One doesn't, look you won't find so that's what we're trying, to do now with the with the CBC but again as you stated earlier. Is only looking at benzene I think there's going to be a whole issue as well with heavy metals there's also. Going to be some crossover with formaldehyde exposure because formaldehyde exposure has also been associated with causing blood cancers have you been following this story about the testimony of may Lou the engineer in charge of gas content and monitoring for so Cal gas in this class action lawsuit involving nine thousand residents against so cow gas where apparently at first she said they're only. Trace amounts of benzene then set. Initial levels range from one part per million to nine parts per million and that makes. A big difference that exposure would be nine thousand times higher than the state teams Acceptable correct and I think the most important thing about that is that who set these levels is a branch of the California EPA known as the oh we are the office of environmental health hazard assessment has that they have study that show and Chinese workers. That bottom line is that one. Part per billion can actually affect the blood and a human being Wow that's very? Impressive to. Me yeah no that that's what one of the researchers said that there. Is really. No safe exposure to benzine. That gonna tells you the whole thing, they're all right Dr New Delhi I. Appreciate your coming on again and we'd like to see how you progress on this and maybe, have you back on when you were able to complete this study very good, I thank you for having me, and encouraged the people to get. Involved all right, that's Dr Jeffrey nor della he's. Already done one study of residents Puerto ranch from the canyon gas leak and now because we got this. Lawsuit coming, along and, a lot of it seems to focus, but he said. There's. A lot of elements to what's in the methane gas this component which is called benzine which is a pretty nasty stuff as I mentioned, get, cancer birth defects from it there's a whole raft of things that can happen to your body from your exposure to something like benzene and again you know there's the other thing I ask him but nobody The government's not doing any studies, on this They apparently they have. A portion about. A million dollars to study they did nothing let's. -ccomplish anything. Because you know what it. Doesn't it doesn't, it isn't in the. Interest so, Cal gases a quasi government agency and again. We've mentioned a million times Jerry Brown's sister Kathleen Brown is on the board of the order, of so Cal cast which is simple energy but they don't want to look, into this because it does them any good. Especially if it goes down a dark road so they just keep, spouting the. Same thing over. And over again it's..

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"kathleen brown" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen brown" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"Welcome to the bcp see audio recording of the nerve blog behind the scenes they're sluggish only found on the fifth wednesday of any month there are not many fifth wednesday's but the professor unimaginable spent some time discussing what happens behind the scenes for additional information pictures downloads hyper links graphics and all the other goodies please visit our website at bcp see podcasts dot com and go to bar near blocks all right to research to be cbc productions inc and mary you creative solutions warning this programme contains frank immature discussions intended to educate an advocate on the subjects of sexuality sex and gender and body positively due to the nature of the topics being discussed this may include subject ladder and language that some may signed a senses this program is intended for adults only is you under the age of eighteen if such material offends you or if it is illegal to view such material in your community please exit now lincolnian ronkko crouching kathleen brown graham care about power of the budget brown jade with on his part jeff howe january 30th 2018 a look behind the curtain welcome to behind the scenes what was the fifth wednesday these are rare they only happened a few times a year so the professor that's me and madam have claimed the fifth wednesday's for their own decree taking you for a look behind the scene we understand that not everyone has the same degree as we do excel spreadsheet cameras adobe products adobe recording and shoes so much more but if that is all also your thing please sit back and relax and join us on a journey behind the curtain and if you have questions please reach out to us at any time about the car faster professor is most definitely fox here's very much a creature of the night faithful and curious in all things his agile mind is always active does sometimes his sense of humor is a little bit on the subtle side he's a bit of a prankster as well although he never means harm beyond his barnyard animals the professor is that through and through geek he has a lot of experiencing media.

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"kathleen brown" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen brown" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Past week i had someone an elderly woman and her sun said i can't weeks meal medicare because we know whatever i i think you know we just everybody oughta the in that's how it could work and yet on his beloved mother and you know seen many many people for a problem that hadn't been saw so what he chose to do is different than what he believes i think you know people on an individual basis again you can rely on people to look out for themselves in their family members first as should the eu seen it all the time um i don't go onto on about that but it's filled there's always people who fall through the cracks and my practice who's without providing alternatives for people who are not getting what they want to meet so being here yeah i think i think you selling you know i know in england for example which has a single payer system but i'm like canada you can still have private health insurance fifteen percent of the people choose have private health insurance 15 percent the you know and those people in our and your husband while tone differences them altogether been stood owner having an apples and oranges conversation by his physical say are opting out of the government system and of course the all have one thing in common to all of your your fluids in will cease talking about is is heal forcing everyone be an assistant and then sounds like one who is seen you're out of you know which you know as a free market economy guy he got the resources resorting to heal whatever you need to do is take care of yourself and your loved ones so that is an interesting that conversation because not only also i'm like she's going to a regular regular insurance in that type of thing in here physicists on a single payer system when she comes to someone what kathleen brown.

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"kathleen brown" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen brown" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"More and more and more of the treadmill speedy nuts who really the name of the game is to get the job done in a minimum amount of time that i think the dockers do very much air about the patients but how can i get this job done faster patients need to know that to why are you heard through so quickly get the economics of it dictate that or encourage that you're actually financially plunged over spending more time peoples it just inning cats you can't do it and that's what i and that's why i got out because i was sitting on that he also my practice in the you know you're just hear running yourself in the ground because um you know you're really the gulf oil creep won't have any time ago so hunger people want time that they feel it's valuable than the other you need to figure out how to get that run yes louis or your home is her placards swift and i encourage you decide get out in kathleen brown use a leg wound the price of business i always really enjoy our time together last thing talk a little bit of icu but about it in the last time we visited with you empathy for the doctor because i think this is so important both structures i know are are so frustrated with the crisis in lapping up with your thoughts on that yes i definitely remember casoni had who asked me when he's to sit down and listen to the actually said that sit down and listen and he's been you'll need to i can't remember exactly we told me i needed to do that he thought that i was just so run run run run munster exhausted and i i think the more patients to do that it it actually might impact it might be really helpfully how being being a doctor to your doctor a little bit the guy kathleen brown he's away one on the price of business love having on shortly it you know frankly i feel like a better paid every time she's on the program the on in fostering me a more of an older attitude about this because since are so bizarre on healthcare foreign so literally a forcement to have a.

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"kathleen brown" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen brown" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"Warning this programme contains franken mature discussions intended to educate an advocate on the subjects of sexuality sex and gender and body positively due to the nature of the topics being discussed this may include subject matter an language that some may find offensive this program is intended for adults only if you were under the age of eighteen if such material of fins you or if it is illegal to view such material in your community please exit now eugene cattle crouching kathleen brown cow jeff howe brown jade without park project hello everyone this is monkey i'm sitting here with my good pal david say i david haehem valley and you know we we have a great segment here today um some of the advancements in uh i i don't know of vance was but but understanding of uh the uh sex positive world and the ability to buy toys for your sex positive life have really come into operation but there are some people out there who made a lot of headway um and uh were earlier uh bastions and and sword sh soared route rattlers looks ahead for it for this cause hit do you know anything anything about this david uh oh excise so uh being the aid sexual side of this uh not not a whole lot i know about five raiders and that's pretty much says the extent of it well we're we're we're gonna learn a little bit about this company today we're gonna meet with goodbye rations let let let's bring them right now hi how are you doing.

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"kathleen brown" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen brown" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"Warning this programme contains franken mature discussions intended to educate an advocate on the subjects of sexuality sex and gender and body positively due to the nature of the topics being discussed this may include subject matter an language that some may find offensive this program is intended for adults only if you were under the age of eighteen if such material of fins you or if it is illegal to view such material in your community please exit now eugene cattle crouching kathleen brown cow jeff howe brown jade without park project welcome to the browns you can brown cow nugget episode this month were around doing the whole looking forward looking back thing and one of the things we wanted to do is reach out to a lot of our listeners and in and understand them it's it what they think about the show see were they think we should go and also find out who's listening so we actually were very pleased that this individual wanted to go on show with us uh her name is stacy uh as they see say hi hello and welcome i'm so happy you're here on your first contact to ah with us was very very cool but before we get to that he tell us a little bit about yourself well um i am alaskan show we don't do alatas yeah we snuggle a lot which is one of the things i love about the podcast is it knuckle friendly.

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"kathleen brown" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen brown" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Really glad to be able to be back on the air because holiday season being serikin the yes osceola arson for prime i've been on an old days the glad to be with you in woolly glad to be able to spend my time talking to kathleen brown she is a regular on the program and and you know i pay issued one of those people that when you hear this il no wonder those seals are killed so well as usually a light in the air in my opinion in the industry the health care industry that's rulli underneath a wall of darkness and you know doctors who the solution to our health care crisis but there seems to be really at eight on figuratively speaking equi cut in the back of the bus and already a lot of crazy drivers big government or insurance you most driving and you go under things you've been talking about for a long time is getting doctors negligent drivers see always like to have you on a little bit about yourself in your practice go ahead and give us your website as well the has started okay so i am so the germanpolish he crashes on the coasts of oregon lived in a lovely place to have wonderful pacer fixing half years ago i opened the new practice swear crises or posted and people pay directly so it's just a direct relationship cut out all the metal miller um kinds of awarded in a dermatologist control madison my it's twoterm ecology now him by just back to basics and it's just a really happy way to practice the i hope that more doctors will offer that option to their patients uh i have a lot of friends were medical doctors and um you know most because of how i got interested in it are in the free market movement which is wonderful and then they get it and they're making a difference other awesome uh some friends who are not an itavia film of the most miserable people i know they ruled kind of homeless have a victim a.

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