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"legion park" Discussed on 790 KABC
"McDonald's the Coca Cola as they have all the power in the world when it comes to lobbying Sacramento lobbying Washington City Hall, Whatever. Because they're just the £800 gorilla in the room. They have full time lobbyists, et cetera. How much did it kill the small businesses that the big fortune 500 companies didn't decide to fight these arbitrary edicts? Well, not it is a double whammy, John because you're absolutely right. The the companies that people who had the cloud who have to have two of the financial wherewithal resources with personnel to fight this would have been the big companies. It's the targets and the Walmarts and Costcos who could have done it instead. Not only did they not fight it. On behalf of themselves as well as the small businesses. But those are the ones that actually made bank target and Wal Mart didn't didn't suffer at all. They ended up doing swimmingly throughout this whole thing, Okay, because those were the places that people would actually go. They have enough resources that they could keep their doors open. When the mom and pop shops we're getting creamed, so unfortunately, we have done the worst possible thing you could do to small businesses. You know, upwards of 60% of small businesses in some communities have shuttered for good are not will never reopen when you drive across. For rent side. The places that are release absolutely shuttered up. It was just a small business after small business that went belly up in the last 16 months. It is absolutely tragic, but it could have been avoided, in part had the behemoth. Had the targets and the Walmarts and the cost goes, actually fought the good fight not only for themselves, but really, to protect those small businesses and they didn't You have a question for Dr Kelly Victory. Give us a call at 802 22 k ABC, 1 802 2 to 5 to two to your calls coming up, but right now it's time to take a look at the roads. See dependable traffic sponsored by indeed dot com The 1 10 is heavy in both directions. And between downtown L. A. And the Legion Park brio work Zone. The 57 south Beyond between Imperial highway in your Belinda Boulevard, Right lane closed for drainage cleaning. Stop and go from Lambert on the 57 southbound at Lambert. There's a garbage truck on fire..
"legion park" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"On the reports say. It also says that what the pilots saw maybe new technologies developed by other countries. Report is due to go to Congress this month. It's slow on the 105 in Hawthorne eastbound side coming off the four or five and it's extremely slow right as you make your way through Willowbrook, Linwood and to the 605 right now I'm seeing approximately an hour delay. Now let's go to Michael Brian over Costa Mesa, Calif. In the Sky is sponsored by injury. Attorney Superwoman super lawyer dot com. Tough drive for the 405. Four or five north there that loads up just off 55 for the 55 through Fountain Valley. Looks like the worst of that about Brooklyn Wastewater. Now the north down 73 that's tied up from the 55 hook up with that north four or five. Worth 55 on the brakes there from the 73 through 17 little gap and then back on approaching the 91 starting about Chapman Avenue. The worst of the ball is going to be the 91 in the Santa Ana Canyon. You've got 91 westbound slowing now from we're can't do 55. The 91 eastbound can forget about it. It's going to be loading up from weird candy most of the way into Corona. Injured in an accident. There's a superwoman super lawyer. Com Michael Brian KF Eye in the sky and a stall reported in the Legion Park. 1 10 Dortmund Stadium Way It's stuck in the center lane. Watch for delays from the 10-K find This guy helps get either faster. I'm soaring, Crump warm weekend. We'll tell you about it. Next court. Let radio advertising keep your business top of mind with customers all summer long visit I heart ad builder dot com To get your business on the radio.
"legion park" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Can PK live everywhere in the I Heart radio after gonna jump in the conversation. You're 808 34 15 30. Take a little bit of a shifting a gear. Still, just looking at this again, I'm some just stumped by this headline in The Times Editorial page. Make America California again. That's the That's the thought. That's what the Bite administration is seeking to do, using California's a think tank for public policy nationwide. And I can have a whole host of reasons why? I think that's probably not a good idea, actually looking at California, looking at some of the courses of action have been undertaken, and the consequences thereof may serve as a guide for frankly something to not do. But we're just the state is not functioning at an admirable or desirable level. It's simply not there. And I have yet another example of that. Again. The covert response in California I think has been abysmal and and by the way, there's a Stanford study released stated today or over the weekend that indicates that the dramatic shutdowns the closures of businesses and lockdowns yet doesn't really benefit anybody that there's there's no reason to believe that that has been helpful and staunching the spread of the virus and the fax kind of bear that out is you look a different states and how they're doing. Versus the course of action. They've taken it. They do point out the fact that if you haven't isolated area that not unlike New Zealand and Australia, where they were able to stop people coming, they're they're able to shut down travelers coming to their area. Yes, they have been able Tomo really, truly slow the spread and extraordinary away. But once the disease gets into a community Those public businesses are not the cause of the spread. It is people gathering privately that represents the greater likelihood of spreading the virus. Very interesting. Of course, that's from Stanford, a Private university in the state of California. Another example here. So you have no doubt read. Perhaps we talked about it last week that among the places that have been adapted to become a vaccination center vaccination site facility. In the Golden State would be Dodger Stadium, and it's a great There's a very good reason for it. There's no baseball games going on there at the present. Time is a vast parking lot. It's accessible from three kind of to three different freeways and major thoroughfares right in the Legion park. Very, very easy to get in and out and get back where you need to be close Proximity to downtown L. A Close proximity of the San Fernando Valley, it is is I think it's a good plan. But today's Martin Luther King holiday, so it's closed today. They're not doing it on the Martin Luther King Jr holiday. On. I think about that. I think I always think that on these on these holidays that we celebrate the lives of people who have done extraordinary things President's Day. Will you look out? I think it started out as Washington Lincoln. Um, but you look at people who did not spend a lot of time taking holidays hanging around not doing much. These were people who were being recognized and celebrated because of the contributions they made to society. And so the idea of just shutting things down to celebrate the life of an extraordinary person seems odd to me at best. That's that doesn't seem like that. Could we be in the spirit of what they really truly would value? Recognizing them, I think is fine. But shutting down businesses and schools and opportunities and certainly this this particular resource That could have made a dramatic difference in the lives of people who are concerned, especially obviously, the vulnerable, vulnerable by virtue of age vulnerable by virtue of co morbidity ease. There are people who have very, very serious concerns about the likelihood of contracting this virus and succumbing to it or spreading it to somebody in their family who falls in that category, someone for whom they're taking care of someone who they have occasion to spend time with, as in, it's a necessary part of their lives. And now all of a sudden, they're very, very concerned about that spread, so to shut something down a resource like this because it's Martin Luther King Day. A holiday just seems absolutely It's shocking to me how in the world is that could that be considered defensible and part of what I read? Is that the fire service the L. A fire departments actually managing this effort. Well, the last I checked firefighters worked. 33 65 365 days a year. 24 7, right so This. This is a discipline and organization and effort that's very, very much predisposed to be able to deliver this kind of service. Any day or night of the year s so it's just is shocking to me that we find ourselves in that position. And again as I look at The possibility of the new administration wanting T draw upon California as a model to follow the lead of California and look out the extreme closures we've had in the state. Look at the I think it has to be balanced by a recognition of the extreme violations. Of those closures on the part of the leadership in the elite as just a graphic illustration of how they must not really take it seriously. All the while we've got just rampant spread. The coronavirus in the state of California. So why are we looking at that and I fit it. Look at all of that in the context of the immigration challenge, and I would just love to see some some good people with With long term linear thought capabilities come together for the purpose of resolving the immigration challenge because I think it could be done rather simply. It's not a simple fix because it does involve Frankly, Whole host of factors that tend to complicated but I really do believe a simple and honest approach to trying to resolve it, not trying to score political points. Not trying to demonize the other point of view, but really, truly come together and recognize the fact that we have a situation in this country where we're not reproducing at the rate we once did order at the rate we need to in order to maintain Frankly, a viable economy going forward, So we do need immigrants into this country. We're also not producing people to to prove or perform every kind of service and task that needs to be provided in this country. And therefore there's a fair market exchange here that could take place, but it's got to be done. In a very strictly laid out. Regulatory environment with compliance. You have got to have that you've got to make a day a legitimate process for which there are certain expectations that have to be met, and there are restrictions that have to be respected. And if violation of those restrictions take place. The resolution to that is deportation. But I look at the broad spectrum of things challenging the state of California. And I think goodness gracious. I can't think of a worse place to look for a model for the rest of the nation. I think it Z Is rather shocking. Tonto here that seemingly intelligent people have posited this theory and I don't think it works for the nation. You have thoughts. 808 34 15 38 108 34 15 30 taking a quick break coming right back with more your calls right after this. Don't go away. What.
"legion park" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"12,000 people a day. For the time being. The Legion park venue will only provide vaccinations for health care workers. Los Angeles County Superior Court officials say a traffic clerk and a court interpreter died this month from the coronavirus. The names and employees were not disclosed. Judge Eric See, Taylor says the court remains committed to prioritizing public health and safety and providing safe access to justice for so many people need as we endure this pandemic Aymara while Balad Sacramental traffic from the KFBK Traffic Center. The fixed five project. Well, no longer do we see any weekend long closures. We do have some overnight worked up. We'll see reduced lanes between the highway 50 and the floor in road over crossing until 7 a.m. bridgework reduces lanes on eastbound I 80 between Reed Avenue with west El Camino Avenue over crossing through 5 A.m. in the delta. Watch for one way controlled traffic at the junction of state rats 12 and 1 60 through 6 a.m. and reduced lanes on highway 1 16 north and sat down. Between three miles Slough Bridge and the entrance to Brandon Island State Park through 7 A.m. traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk on 15 30 A m and your I Heart radio app Now Sacramento weather Clear skies overnight. Low 42 to 46 Partly sunny Sunday High 69 to 73 Patchy clouds Sunday night Low 47 to 51 windy under sunshine Monday High 69 to 73. I make you whether needy urologist car Erickson Newsnight 3.1 kfbk ready to make 2021 The year you meet people who loved to do the same things you do, making.