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Tyler Bowyer Explains What Americans Can Do Ahead of the Midterms

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 5 d ago

Tyler Bowyer Explains What Americans Can Do Ahead of the Midterms

"Talking for some time here about the midterm elections and how it's starting to trend better, but we got to put in the work we have to put in the work. You got to do your ten by ten. You got to find ten people who find ten people to go vote. But I always ask people to say, Charlie, I want to save the republic. We actually had this at a turning point event resolution. How many doors are you not going to? Well, I don't knock on doors. Well, then you're not doing what you need to do. To help us walk through this and also just rank choice voting and all things politics is the mastermind behind turning point action, Tyler Boyer who actually joins us remotely first time in a while. Tyler, welcome back to the program. Hey, what's up, Charlie? We're on the road. Getting ready for another 30 to 40 events this month, knocking doors, tens of thousands of doors every weekend, but attorney point action. So we're excited about what's coming up here in the key target states. It's great. It's TP action dot com and so before we get into some of the specifics of what's going on, Tyler, walk us through the events this weekend, the super Saturday that we're having here in Arizona. Yeah, so we actually have an important one coming up. Right, not far from our headquarters and mesa, Arizona. Where we are knocking doors and the key target area and mesa, what a lot of people don't realize is happen in many of these key target states. The Democrats had known and focused on redistricting in a big way. And so Arizona has been at the epicenter of the redistricting battle. And there's about four districts in Arizona that are purple. Yeah, they're very close to being overtaken by Democrats, and that was intentional for the next ten years. And so essentially what we're doing is making sure we're focusing on those areas first, to hold those as Republican and conservative and put those in conservative hands. And help save the state. And that's happening, not just in Arizona, but in Georgia and Michigan and Wisconsin. Ohio and Florida right now as well.

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Dinesh Questions the FBI's Motive for Seizing Mike Lindell's Phone

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Dinesh Questions the FBI's Motive for Seizing Mike Lindell's Phone

"The FBI has seized Mike lindell's cell phone this happened on Tuesday. Apparently lindell was at a hardee's drive-through in Mankato Minnesota. Several, I believe three FBI agents showed up. They produced a warrant. They asked lindell if he had a computer and a phone apparently, lindell doesn't even own a computer. He's like, I do everything on my phone. And they confiscated his phone. Lindell says, quote, they told me not to tell anybody. Okay, I won't. Well, I am. So lindell is not willing to keep this private. Apparently lindell was duck hunting. They came back, they were gonna get a bite, and then three cars with four FBI agents showed up. Now, the FBI agents stole lindell. We're not arresting you. We just have a warrant for your phone. And lindell said that they asked him some questions, including some questions about his website, Frank speech. And lindell then in interview said, quote, all I'm trying to do is get rid of voting machines and have our paper ballots hand counted election, so this seems to be part of a kind of widening net of Biden DoJ going after various types of people. The full story here is a little unclear because they're not the government is not clearly saying what they're after here. Steve Bannon had warned several days ago that a number of Trump people were kind of in the sights of the government. He implied that some of this was connected with January 6th. And initially I thought that maybe this is why they were going after lindell, but trying to suggest that because lindell had said, made remarks about the election that he was somehow complicit in January 6th, but it doesn't look like that's the case. At least as a New York Times report here that says that the agents who took the phone were interested in lindell's ties to a woman named Tina Peters. This is the clerk of mesa county, Colorado. She's evidently under indictment, not a federal indictment, but has stayed indictment because she was apparently trying to get some data from a dominion voting machine.

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"mesa" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

03:59 min | Last month

"mesa" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"So it is going to be interesting because it will, once again, you know, one of the things that we talk about a lot on this podcast has been the multi-family influence and what they're allowing as far as development, a lot of this development is approved when it's surrounded by transit or where it's higher density and it's kind of a mixed use type thing. So this is going to be kind of the new flavor and I think this is the direction that we're going to see a lot of places go as they do redevelop. You were talking about our neighborhood Sarah mesa, I'm very interested in that neighborhood. Especially everything that is east of the 8 O 5 that's going to be connecting to the old Qualcomm, which is now the sds U and the new stadium down there. And that project, that is going to have a facelift and a change over time here. And again, these are these core urban good neighborhoods where they may lack like you were saying, you know, with mirror mesa, they may lack certain retail amenities. They may lack certain office amenities. They may even lack multi-family and things like that. And so we'll see more of this type of development. I think this is going to be the future. We are seeing it in Kearney mesa. Yeah. And we have a podcast about that. And this is the perfect example of encouraging mesa is a really good example of how an area that is not necessarily something you think would work in is honestly being changed by the community first. I think the reason why Kearney mesa is changing is because people are recognizing it as this kind of cultural hub in San Diego and at night you can't walk down convoy and going to the restaurants is really fun. It's like it's not quite like Little Italy because you're literally walking by CarMax but it's going to get there and I think it will. The people are going to be the ones that really influence it first. I mean here's the thing just in this convoy section I was thinking about this this morning because I go to the Starbucks that is the pad site outside of the Dixie line that's being closed down. Yeah.

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"mesa" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

05:57 min | Last month

"mesa" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Yeah, a lot of cultural influence type things. So it really is kind of a unique neighborhood and it's interesting. So the idea is behind this is that they want to create so the city of San Diego came out with this urban planning concept called city villages. And this has been out for years, like a decade. And so they're starting to implement this plan and as you know, anything that goes through the city takes forever to get done. Probably the first most successful one that most everyone in San Diego or even people that have visited that they would be familiar with is Little Italy. So Little Italy was based on this model. And it's basically creating some of the urban ethnic neighborhoods that you see in other cities. San Francisco, Chinatown, the Polish neighborhoods of Chicago. In New York, you have same thing, Little Italy, and all the different ethnic neighborhoods. And so this is going to be a mix of that. But the idea is to also create the public transport, the public transportation aspect. So what's interesting about this is they're talking about having a gondola in the middle of this thing that's going to take you to one of the blue line trolley stations. I would love that. I would think that would be so cool. I doubt I really strongly doubt that anything like that would come into fruition to be completely honest. The author of the article went to say that there have been many gondolas suggestions none which have made it to reality. I mean can you imagine? Think about the liability and everything else that goes with that. But not to sound pretentious, but Telluride or tell you how you want to pronounce it. Tell you right. As a gondola, basically takes you from one side of the mountain to the other. Yeah. And that's a ski town, obviously. So all the ski towns apparently have them.

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"mesa" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

04:26 min | Last month

"mesa" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"In the news of San Diego, there's a new proposal to create a new urban planning concept in one of our neighborhoods, Mira mesa. Right. So those of you who are local to see Diego and who are familiar with the different neighborhoods of San Diego, mayor maces, bordered to the east by the 15 to the west by the 8 O 5 to the south by Miramar by the Marine Corps station and the Marine Corps base and then to the north by Los paniscus canyon. So it's kind of that little stretch of it's kind of a long triangle, right? Right. And that's usually not triangle, but a rectangle. Right. And so it's one of those properties. It's one of those neighborhoods too that borders like a bunch of really nice areas. So you've got Rancho penasquitos, you've got Rancho Bernardo, like you were saying earlier. And then the UTC and into the valley. Right. I've always liked, I've always liked Mira mesa a lot because I thought it was a really clear path of development, especially as a UTC became way more of a cult, like I made more of a business hub. And the UTC has been in business up since I've been in San Diego, but it's definitely Serrano valley and what you saw or what we've seen over the last ten years of these industrial buildings being turned into creative office. And these industrial buildings down being turned into breweries and that kind of path was right there. However, you can see it coming at a Serrano valley. As you went out of Serrano valley and you went into Mira may say, it was still a little, you know, it was still a little spotty. But you started to see some of the retail. A lot of the breweries have migrated that way and have opened a lot of different breweries around there too. I really wanted to buy there. But we ended up buying and I think another neighborhood very similar to Mira mesa, which is we both bought in Sara mesa.

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DeSantis Suspends Tampa Prosecutor Who Won't Criminalize Abortion

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:44 min | 2 months ago

DeSantis Suspends Tampa Prosecutor Who Won't Criminalize Abortion

"Governor Ron DeSantis in Florida continues to show us show other governors and us how it's done. His latest move to suspend the Tampa state attorney. The DA of Tampa, who was by the way a left winger, he's a soro sky, and but this guy joined with a bunch of other attorneys and prosecutors. Basically saying that despite the Supreme Court's decision in the Dobbs case, that states are now free to make laws about abortion in Florida has a law. By the way, Florida's law is hardly extreme. I believe it restricts abortion after 20 weeks. But nevertheless, it's far too much for this prosecutor, a guy named Andrew Warren, and he essentially signed a statement that says, he's not going to enforce it. In Tampa. And similarly, Florida has a transgender law, which is described by desantis really very bluntly desantis goes, you know, they use these euphemisms, but what they're literally doing is chopping off the private parts of young kids and that's wrong. Boom, talk about putting things bluntly. But anyway, Florida has a law that limits transgender surgery. You can't just go about doing this. And this guy, Andrew Warren goes, so I want to enforce that law either. So desantis looked at the Florida state constitution, where it says an article for section 7, the governor mesa spend from office any county officer for malfeasance, miss fees and neglect of duty drunkenness and competence, et cetera, and decided to listen. You state attorney don't have the right to make laws in Florida.

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'The Election Denial Movement Is Now Going Door to Door'... Really?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:10 min | 2 months ago

'The Election Denial Movement Is Now Going Door to Door'... Really?

"There's an article in NPR national public radio and it's by miles parks. It's called, quote, the election denial movement is now going door to door. So intrigued by this election denial movement is going door to door. The movement is going to order door. Well, what does that mean? It turns out the guy is writing out of Denver. And he is noticing that in a couple of different places in Colorado. He starts by reporting out of Pueblo and then he goes on to mesa county in sort of rural Colorado. And he is interviewing a woman named Michelle Garcia, who says that someone came to a door. Actually, two people did. And they were, they said, according to Garcia, quote, we're doing a voter verification project. We're working off the city voter list and we want to ask a couple of questions about the 2020 vote. And they just asked her this. Did you vote? And if you did vote, did you vote by mail? Or did you vote in person? That's it. So this on the face of it appears to be pretty benign. By the way, there is nothing illegal in what these two people did. You are, there's nothing that says that you can't go to somebody, knock on their door and politely ask them. In the past election, did you vote? And not who you voted for, but did you vote? And did you vote in person or by mail? And Garcia, apparently claims to be our baby pretends to be highly offended and intimidated, and I don't know again, you know, when you're dealing with the media, you always have to distrust, is this actually Michelle Garcia's reaction? Or is this the reporter laying it on? Because we know where the narrative is going the narrative is that the election denial movement is now taking scary tactics like intimidating people at their front doors. And even though the phrase voter intimidation is routinely used, think of a stupid, it is the 2020 election is long over. How are you intimidating somebody by going to their door? Now, a year and a half after the election, just asking them, did you vote?

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Attacks from within seen as a growing threat to elections

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 7 months ago

Attacks from within seen as a growing threat to elections

"Elections officials around the country are being warned to watch for potential breaches to their voting system security which could come from outside or from within the mid term elections are still months away but a handful of states are already investigating whether local elections officials ordered or assisted in security breaches at their own offices there's a case in mesa county Colorado Republican clerk Tina Peters is accused of copying a hard drive and then the data showed up at an online conservative symposium I didn't go in to try to address some conspiracy theory Michigan secretary of state John salen Benson says she's worried about political activists running for local election positions because they believe president trump's claims that his election was stolen putting them in positions of authority over elections as it came to putting arsonists in charge of the fire department I'm Jackie Quinn

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Why Grassroots Activist Austin Smith Is Running for Office

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | 8 months ago

Why Grassroots Activist Austin Smith Is Running for Office

"Now. Austin, you're running for office, tell us about that. Well, I don't want to have to run for office, but I think if Arizona at this point, we need really good strong America first conservatives. I mean, I'm a 5th generation Arizona. And I've been involved in the grassroots level here for a very long time. You hired me 7 years ago when we started the camp 7 years ago. The campus leadership project in that small office and mesa Arizona and we've come a long way and I'm ready to channel that activism that I've learned for the last 7 years into good legislation and also not just legislation, but stopping the bad legislation because you get these Republicans. I'm going to sponsor 80 bills this year. Well, why? Why do we need 80 bills? And I'm not going to be one of those type of Republicans. And so we need clean, beautifully written simple considerable in one page, not hard, and I want everyone listening right now all across the country that if you are fed up with what's happening, you should run for office. And Austin's 26, we're going to get behind him. We're going to help remember we can we being turning point action, right? And myself personally, in any way, we possibly can. But Austin talk a little about that. You see something wrong, you want to run for office. That's what we need more of. We need grassroots to rise up right now. No, you're absolutely correct. And I think one of the things that really pushed me as the last several years, especially here in Arizona, everybody's noticed that getting more blue, purple, and it shouldn't have to be that way. We're a very conservative state this is the land of Barry Goldwater, but it doesn't feel that way. We have a 31 to 29 majority in the Arizona House of Representatives. That's unacceptable. It used to be super majority of the Republicans have controlled the House since the early 1990s, and I believe one of the two of the chambers since the 1960s. But the reason why we're losing these seats is because receding ground to the left with weak Republicans, not bold, strong policy that we need. I'm thankful that we've had a governor that's Republican the last two decades, but I don't think we've had strong Republican leadership enough from the governor's office. The state legislature, the county board of supervisors and we need strong Republicans in the legislature because of Washington, D.C. is a uni party and they're not going to take care of the border. They're not going to look out for Arizona's water. If we're going to continue to have these tax increases on the state of Arizona like prop two O 8 and seed ground to the left, we need strong conservatives in the legislature that are really going to hold the line and work with the strong attorney general

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"mesa" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

06:23 min | 11 months ago

"mesa" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Daniel had only killed Julie to cover up his true target. Sam. He's hope was that Sam would be blamed for Julie's murder. To Daniel's thinking, Sam's previous criminal charge would make him a plausible suspect in another violent attack. Hopefully, investigators would assume he raped and killed Julie. Then escaped to live on the run. Daniel had known his fate was sealed when his fiance Rachel told him she intended to tell the police about evidence his brother had. After killing Julian Sam, Daniel had given his brother Tim, a box, telling him firmly not to open it. Inside was a backpack containing money, Daniel had stolen from Sam's apartment. The pistol used to kill both victims, shell casings, Sam's passport, and bloody clothing, and the tools Daniel had used to cut up his body. Supposedly, Tim had looked inside the box despite Daniel's strict instructions, and a subsequently cold Daniel to ask about the items. Daniel knew that if the police learned about that evidence, then he was doomed. When investigators to Daniel wat his motivation for the grisly double homicide had been, he replied. Money, and insanity. Then he gave a strange, high pitched to laugh. Daniel knew that Sam had a significant amount of money, and he wanted to get his hands on it. He explained that he was a pathological liar who couldn't bear to tell his feelings, I Rachel that he was broke, and there were about to be evicted. He had also wanted to give her the honeymoon of her dreams. Rachel's parents were paying for the wedding that Daniel wanted to take her on a cruise afterwards. Sure enough, when he investigated his check to Daniel's computer, they found Internet searches for resorts in Mexico. He had also Googled. How to hide a body and quick ways to kill people. Detectives found Sam hare's body in the attic of the liberty Theodor. As Daniel Wozniak had described, he was missing his head, and portions of both arms. But he was identifiable by a large tattoo on his chest, that Daniel had apparently missed. It depicted a large love heart surrounded by roses with the words mom and dad, inked across the Santa. After Daniel dismembered Sam hare's body, he had placed his head arm and hand in plastic bags. Then he stashed to those bags in a backpack belonging to Sam. Daniel told investigators that on Saturday, May 22, while Sam and Julie's families were trying to locate them. He had driven to the El Dorado nature center, a 105 acre park in Long Beach. He dug shallow holes in several locations, then placed the plastic bags containing Sam's body parts in separate hulls. Daniel covered each one with loose dirt and leaves, before leaving to get ready for a social event he was attending that night. The musical he was starring in was wrapping up the next day, so the cast were all celebrating with a party. Search teams headed out to the El Dorado nature center on Friday, May 28. The park was split up into quadrants with each team covering a different area. By the end of the day, police had recovered Sam's forearm and hand. The following day, Saturday, May 29 would have been Sam hare's 27th birthday. On what should have been a day of celebration. His father stayed found himself in the position of having to pry that his son's head. The faunal pace of his body would be found and brought home, but burial. Staves prayer was answered, with searchers locating Sam's head before the day was out. Steve and his wife were a curl had never believed for a moment that their son had killed Julie keeper wishy. From the beginning, they had been certain that he was the victim of a crime, not a perpetrator. Although Steve already suspected his son was dead. Having his worst fear confirmed, was devastating. He later told Keith Elliott Greenberg author of the book killing for you that he was haunted by Daniel Wozniak's motivation for killing his son and Julie. I can not believe that somebody would do something like this to a young man and a young woman, just for a few $1000. My boy is gone, and I'm thinking, what a waste. What a waste. He saved all his money so he could buy a house. Go to college, and get married. And this guy takes it all away. Julie kibu issues family found themselves ray living the last nod of her life over and over. Thinking of how things might have been different. Julie's brother taka wished he'd poured her more alcohol during dinner, so she would have gotten drunk and had to stay over at his place. Her mother junko had given Julie advice about avoiding traffic while heading out to long beige. Not.

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"mesa" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

07:09 min | 11 months ago

"mesa" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

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"mesa" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

04:10 min | 11 months ago

"mesa" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

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"mesa" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

03:55 min | 11 months ago

"mesa" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

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"mesa" Discussed on Podcast Metanoia

Podcast Metanoia

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"mesa" Discussed on Podcast Metanoia

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"mesa" Discussed on Podcast Metanoia

Podcast Metanoia

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"mesa" Discussed on Podcast Metanoia

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A 20-Year Megadrought Threatens Hydropower in the West

Environment: NPR

02:09 min | 1 year ago

A 20-Year Megadrought Threatens Hydropower in the West

"A twenty year. Mega drought in the west is threatening hydropower. For millions of people so the federal government is taking emergency action it sending water from other reservoirs to lake powell to help. Keep the power turbines. They're spinning. here's michael. Elizabeth sack is from colorado public radio at elk creek marina. People wait in line to back their trailers into the water to pull their boats out. And some like walter. Slut cough are frustrated. Resumes legua up and down many times. But we're not happy with it this year. Of course because we're all getting kicked out early and we pay for slips for the season. Blue mesa is colorado's largest reservoir. It's already less than thirty percent full. And now it's being forced to sacrifice more water to send to lake powell eric. Logan is head of operations at elk. Creek marina he had to shut down six weeks early because of the low water levels. It's a big hit for us for sure. There's a bunch of employees. That doctor would be employed into october and suddenly they're out looking for employment in middle of august. The deepening drought in the west has dealt a double blow to blue mesa this summer with climate change there's less snowpack and warmer temperatures increase. Evaporation so less water is making it into the colorado river and reservoirs like blue mesa and now the federal government is taking water from this lake into other reservoirs. If we were full it wouldn't be that big deal but since we're already so low and we're barely hanging on by our fingertips on trying to stay open. You take eight feet of water and suddenly we got shut the doors and move everything out to deeper water and there's nothing we can do about it. Lake powell on the utah. Arizona border hit its lowest level on record earlier this summer. Logan worries the reservoir will need even more water from blue mesa. If the drought doesn't improve the question is are they going to release whatever we get. That would become a very big problem for everyone around here. Blue may sat and the other reservoirs were built in the nineteen sixties for times of drought. It's a bank of water that the states can tap when they need. It says john macleod. A water lawyer in colorado. The water always goes to lake. Powell and this release is part of the plan. And it's using the reservoirs for one of their intended purposes

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FBI Joins Criminal Probe in Colorado Voting Equipment Breach

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

FBI Joins Criminal Probe in Colorado Voting Equipment Breach

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the FBI joins a criminal probe of a possible voting equipment breach in Colorado the FBI has joined a criminal investigation into an alleged security breach of voting equipment in mesa county Colorado Colorado secretary of state Jena Griswold alerted federal cyber security officials within the U. S. department of homeland security of the suspected breach last week griz walled accused mesa county clerk and recorder Tina Peters of directing staff to turn off the video surveillance of voting equipment before a may twenty fifth software update non employee who Chris Wallace office has identified was allowed into the elections office at that time Peters a Republican says the investigation is an attempt to take over mesa county's elections hi Mike Rossio

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"mesa" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"mesa" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Under the the redneck unday. Yes the racist deaden. The racism did came back. Been i built man when i came back. Didn't one word said that one word they clearly use it. A lot with neighbor ally was a big part of their vocabulary. They know what happened. They died saying that they only say over and over and over on them. I don't want to eat flesh. They just like. I've just want dark. Don't know it'll come up to the white bean. The white people look at my side what they like a opposite of what god that can feel sketch from years ago. The racist zombies tack the black people. It's the opposite. Black people come back. Yeah apparently was explanation for this. Yeah well he adds basically what it really is and i. It's just to audio file. Stacked on top of each other and it sounds like that no. I think it's very innocent. I don't think it's actually because i'm gonna sneak in this. It's like no no never thought that. I never thought that. I believe that when they saw like funny like. Oh god it's now we need. We do not need articles but it's already out there. We're talking about so. Yeah i mean and it didn't help the that a lot of people that were black people they put they make sure like i want them to know them. A black person playing this game got my little Is almost like the some like the game knew. A black person was playing all the cities that obviously you read your profile. I got some four yellow surprise developers like non that we put there on purpose because the zombies are evil and the racist. No one's ever done that before. I wouldn't mind i mean. Listen you're killing them. Yeah that's true. They look. I'd be happy to have a racist zombie. Actually you know what is cool because it means in his game. I can actually kill a racist. And when he comes back i can kill him again. Keep doing it. It's fine you and you're rewarded for it. Yeah man yeah. Mesa say has guns zombie. Gay rights hasn't. I'm surprised. no one has done that yet. I.

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Philip McKernan on Finding the Courage to Speak Your Truth

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Philip McKernan on Finding the Courage to Speak Your Truth

"Philip. Welcome back to the mystical creative for the fourth time. Yeah thank you. it's i can honestly say it's an absolute utter privilege. I've talked to you. It's been what it's been like for the audience. But i can tell you. It's been immensely rewarding for mesa. Thank you well. Before we hit record. I don't think anybody in our audience is gonna be complaining that you are back for a fourth time. You have a new book out which we will talk about quite a bit of detail. But for that i wanna ask you something that. I don't believe that i've asked you before. And that is what did your parents do for a living. And what impact did that end up having on the choices that you've made throughout your life in your career. My mother was a stay at home. Mom and i think that she in later life had some regrets and has some regrets around that she is a massive animal lover. And i don't think she ever fully embraced and stepped into that so when i was growing up so kid or maybe when i was even before i was born my mother would have home students. My parents chose to put a true private school. Even though argue they couldn't really afford it as put them under pressure so my mother did that for for income but for the most part she was a stay at home mom and my dad was in sales and he ended up becoming the sales director of a very large distribution drinks company beverages soft drinks pop alcohol etc etc which were eventually acquired by guinness. He contemplated becoming an entrepreneur And as most of us do when we think about studying business we often think sometimes from a very limited standpoint. sometimes we think about it through the lens of who we are and what we've done as opposed to possible excited out in the peripheral and a member him looking at buying a pub at just outside of the city of dublin. And i'll always remember going to see the pob and it would have been a huge outlay in order open. A big change lives and i'm so glad he never takes. I think it would have been his grave now if he if he did both in terms of the work ethic the smoking in the pubs at the time and just the general lifestyle so my dad was in sales and my mom was A stay at home mum

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Why Is Larry Elder Running for Governor of California?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Why Is Larry Elder Running for Governor of California?

"Larry elder. Jd why are you doing this. Well it was a combination. I would say twenty percents a woman. You probably don't know name. Jimmy san who came out of nowhere. She's a political activist. Here in california had all sorts of papers documents. Researches kept me contacting me ignoring her she said just have just have dinner with me so i did and she laid out the formula for why she thought i could win a statewide election. If i at this recall election. I thought she was nuts. Then dennis prager came to me. Too twenty percent dennis prager. He asked me to run. And i said hell no twenty percent. A guy named pastor jackets who has the calvary church. In costa mesa. In orange county i twenty percent a man named lionel. Chet wins a longtime filmmaker and friend of mine and they were at eighty percent now and then the rest were barbers laundry. People of the guy that drives me every now and then the one that i just make up for me. I just ask them. You think run people are asking me to do. And i kept waiting waiting for somebody to say. Are you insane. You have a great life. You're making some decent money. Why do you want to subject yourself to this. Want to put your personal life to exposure. Why do you want people to twister by all around and treat you like everything. But a child of god and finally. I got to the point where i said to myself if not you who if not. Now when i'm a native californian i've been talking about these issues about crime about homelessness about the outrageous cost of living about the fact that for the first time in our state's history. Young people are leaving the state places by tennessee and florida and texas. The primary reason is cannot buy a house and then you add to that the arrogant way. This man shut down this date in the most way than any of the other fifty governors or having his own kids enjoying a in school private education while exempting himself from his own distance from the mandate and this famous french restaurant is become a metaphor four-fifths arrogance because naturally was he violating the mass mandates and the social distancing mandates there. He was with the mary professionals. Who drafted up and so people which just live it. That's why two point two californians signed petitions to have this man recalled about a quarter of those who signed the petition are democrats and independents. Who just two years earlier voted for him.

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Jodi Arias and the Murder of Travis Alexander

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Jodi Arias and the Murder of Travis Alexander

"Jodi areas. Remember her an early summer of two thousand eight the mortgage crisis in the us loomed. Large barack obama was campaigning. For the presidential election in the fall the world was looking forward to the summer olympics in beijing. A horrifying crime was going down into phoenix suburb of mesa. Arizona travis alexander. A thirty year old mormon motivational speaker of sorts would be found five days after his murder by his friends and roommates in a scene. Look like something straight out of a slasher flick. Blood was splattered on the walls of the bathroom. Where travis his body was found along the sink mirror entitled floors. He's been stabbed nearly thirty times his throat slit and he'd been shot in the head and his friends and family immediately pointed their fingers at the one person who the all thought was most likely responsible. Jody areas a slightly built attractive woman with no criminal record. Someone who did not look like the person most would connect with travis brutal crime scene. She was the woman. Travis had been dating off and on for the better part of the past year and a half and odd woman. Once you looked into the relationship. A woman who wants slept under. Travis is christmas tree after he told her she couldn't sleep over at his house. A woman who'd snuck into his house through the doggy door after they broke up and crawled naked into his bed. A woman who. The all suspected had slashed all four of his tires twice when he'd started dating someone else for over for over a year and a half travis and jodi had been involved in a highly toxic sex crazed torrid romance after meeting at a las vegas. Mlm conference in september of two thousand six and jody's jealous suspicious and sometimes downright crazy behavior toward travis set a lot of alarm bells for his friends and we'll travis him to understand how unhealthy his relationship with jodie was he would never totally break it off with her. He just seemed to have liked to sex too much so he kept inviting her back in no matter what she did and in the end he did that too many times in the last days of may two thousand eight. Jody started putting together a plan to kill him or did she

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Arizona Bounce House Goes Airborne Amid High Winds; 4 Kids Hospitalized

AM Tampa Bay

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Arizona Bounce House Goes Airborne Amid High Winds; 4 Kids Hospitalized

"News for Children in Arizona or in the hospital After a bounce house went flying. A strong gust of wind lifted its several feet during a party at Mesa Park. Witnesses say they watched in horror. Is the bounce house blew over injuring the

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Vans Co-Founder Paul Van Doren Dies at 90

Ben Shapiro

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Vans Co-Founder Paul Van Doren Dies at 90

"Van Doren, The co founder of Vans, has died at the age of 90 vans based in Costa Mesa announced Van Doren's passing, calling him an innovator. Paul Van Doren and his brother, James, started the company with two other partners back in 1966 as the Van Doren Rubber Company and Anaheim Shoes they made became popular with skateboarders who, like the sticky soul vans later became the title sponsor for the U. S surfing Championship in Huntington Beach.

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Losing Hours (MM #3682)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Losing Hours (MM #3682)

"The Mesa met with Kevin Nation as we come out of the pandemic as my business starts to. I don't say pick up but pick up a little bit of steam. I'm busy that have been in a long time but of course it's just a lot of meetings. Just a lot of talk, but it takes time out of the day and every now and again, I find myself not being able to get to all of the action items, I need the cross off on my list, each and every month. So, I've got a long to-do list these days. I've got enough to keep me busy and keep some folks on hold, but one thing I've noticed is just some small problems that keep popping up in around my office, I'm trying to limp my old computer for another couple of years. Not because I can't afford to buy a new one, but it's just a hassle. When you've got to upgrade your technology, got a new webcam the other day. And of course, there was a problem, it wasn't working well with my computer. So I found myself losing a couple of hours, trying to figure out the song every now. And again I find myself losing ours, too, small little tasks. I wasn't planned for. I know we all have to deal with this throughout our lives in some ways and for me it's just first world problems, but it's frustrating. When you've got things to do, you can't find enough hours in the day off.

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Losing Hours (MM #3682)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Losing Hours (MM #3682)

"The Mesa met with Kevin Nation as we come out of the pandemic as my business starts to. I don't say pick up but pick up a little bit of steam. I'm busy that have been in a long time but of course it's just a lot of meetings. Just a lot of talk, but it takes time out of the day and every now and again, I find myself not being able to get to all of the action items, I need the cross off on my list, each and every month. So, I've got a long to-do list these days. I've got enough to keep me busy and keep some folks on hold, but one thing I've noticed is just some small problems that keep popping up in around my office, I'm trying to limp my old computer for another couple of years. Not because I can't afford to buy a new one, but it's just a hassle. When you've got to upgrade your technology, got a new webcam the other day. And of course, there was a problem, it wasn't working well with my computer. So I found myself losing a couple of hours, trying to figure out the song every now. And again I find myself losing ours, too, small little tasks. I wasn't planned for. I know we all have to deal with this throughout our lives in some ways and for me it's just first world problems, but it's frustrating. When you've got things to do, you can't find enough hours in the day off.

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Losing Hours (MM #3682)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Losing Hours (MM #3682)

"The Mesa met with Kevin Nation as we come out of the pandemic as my business starts to. I don't say pick up but pick up a little bit of steam. I'm busy that have been in a long time but of course it's just a lot of meetings. Just a lot of talk, but it takes time out of the day and every now and again, I find myself not being able to get to all of the action items, I need the cross off on my list, each and every month. So, I've got a long to-do list these days. I've got enough to keep me busy and keep some folks on hold, but one thing I've noticed is just some small problems that keep popping up in around my office, I'm trying to limp my old computer for another couple of years. Not because I can't afford to buy a new one, but it's just a hassle. When you've got to upgrade your technology, got a new webcam the other day. And of course, there was a problem, it wasn't working well with my computer. So I found myself losing a couple of hours, trying to figure out the song every now. And again I find myself losing ours, too, small little tasks. I wasn't planned for. I know we all have to deal with this throughout our lives in some ways and for me it's just first world problems, but it's frustrating. When you've got things to do, you can't find enough hours in the day off.

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Musgrove throws no-hitter as San Diego Padres beat Texas Rangers 3-0

Bloomberg Law

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Musgrove throws no-hitter as San Diego Padres beat Texas Rangers 3-0

"A pitcher who grew up watching the San Diego Padres has pitched the team's first no hitter and the seasons as well, defeating the Texas Rangers three to nothing Friday night. Cliff Albert reports 28 year old Joe Must. Grove grew up in San Diego, watching the Padres play from the stands. He chased batting practice home runs at Qualcomm Stadium. And then cheered from his family season seats in right field at Petco Park. It took 52 seasons at 8206 games for a Padres pitcher to finally do something none had done before. Must Grove who played baseball it? Grossman High School in La Mesa, and the minor leagues had never thrown a no hitter before, even in Little League But now is a hometown kid. He's made

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Arizona's State Farm Stadium vaccination site will transition to overnight hours as temperatures rise

Gaydos and Chad

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Arizona's State Farm Stadium vaccination site will transition to overnight hours as temperatures rise

"Vaccines. 24 hours a day. Katie Ares Peter same or joins us Live with the story. Jackie, the Heat will be on so starting April, 4th State Farm Stadium will offer coronavirus shots from five p.m. to nine a.m. on Lee Health Services director camera, Crist says the vaccines, which requires sub zero storage temperatures will be fine, but Our technology as it gets over 90 and 100 degrees will not work as well or at all, and we want to make sure that we are keeping our patients and our volunteers and staff out there say Phoenix Municipal stadiums. Pod will eventually move. Chandler Gilbert Community Colleges site is already moving to Dex Common Mesa next month. Dr Crist insists the state can still rapidly vaccinate Arizonans. As long as more doses arrived. Reporting live Peter same or Katie. Our news. Canal County just southeast

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"mesa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"mesa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Pools and any other pool builder visit presidential pools dot com today to find out why Danny Sullivan? Katie our news? There's a chief. The rain this morning otherwise were drying out in the Valley. By this afternoon. It's staying cool, though, with high you just 54 in Phoenix and then tonight that's called with some valley freezes and a low of 37 in Phoenix. BC 15 meteorologist Iris Are mostly young at 503 Innes 43 degrees in El Mirage coronavirus in Arizona Grand Canyon University opens its vaccination site this morning at eight. It's at GC Use Commercial Hub, a 27th Avenue and Camelback. Katya. I was Jim Cross is there and joins us live. Jamie. They have the registration tents up. Now the road cones out for the runways in volunteers won't get here for a couple more hours. Vaccinations again, starting around eight. Let's drive up or walk through. G C of President Bryan Mueller says they hope backstage. At least five maybe 800 people a day and you see you site will be run almost completely by the university's volunteers. We've got a very sizable volunteer force between our faculty are our staff and our students. We I think we will have a volunteer force that could exceed 500 a day if it turns out that The vaccines are available and they need is their man After pre registered for the vaccination you could do that appears in the Department of Health Services website Live A G C U and PHOENIX. Jim Cross Katya Arnie. The Mesa Public School district is offering vaccines that several of its campuses in partnership with the Mesa Fire Department last week. They vaccinated nearly 2000 people this week. They're hoping for about the same anybody that works in Mason public schools, the charter. Sure the private schools in Mesa as our target audience, and then anyone 75 or above that are also Working for the city, Mesa Mesa Fire captain Michelle Dentyne says they're also vaccinating police officers. They'll be at Mesa High School today. Skyline High School tomorrow, Katya, our eyes on education classes at the University of Arizona will continue to be online with only essential course is happening in person. You have a president Robert Robert's telling a news briefing that even with the vaccine being distributed, the surge is ongoing in the state, So we're twice is bad is the national average, but I think If you look at the daily number, it kind of puts it into perspective, where the 100 National averages. 50 Pima County remains in priority. Phase one b of its vaccine distribution plan, which includes people 75 older healthcare workers, police and firefighters, along with emergency response..

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"mesa" Discussed on Locations Unknown

Locations Unknown

08:16 min | 2 years ago

"mesa" Discussed on Locations Unknown

"Mesa Verde National Park is located in Montezuma County Colorado. It's 371 miles Southwest of Denver, which is about a little under seven hours of a drug by car. It was established in 1906 by Theodore Roosevelt the park occupies. 52000 + Acres. Roughly the same size as Seattle Washington the park protect some of the best-preserved ancestral pep Pueblo Pueblo in jeez. I can't get that right in central Down Below in archaeological sites in the United States. Now this Parks, he's just over half a million visitors per year. And for a rough comparison Mike the Great Smoky Mountains National Park sees about 12.5 million million + 5.97 million visit the Grand Canyon. So not a lot of people go here, but when you look at the pictures, these are like those carved into the side of a cliff houses. Yeah. It looks awesome. I didn't even know this place existed and I go to Colorado all the time. Yeah, it looks really cool. I I've heard of the the the history behind this part, but I didn't know it was in Mesa Verde Park and I didn't know the park was so small so long, you know, it's like you said it's roughly eighty two fifty two thousand acres or eighty two square miles. So it's not much bigger than Seattle and you know, it doesn't get that many visitors a year compared to some of them big prominent Parks, but it's definitely on my list now. Yeah, it looks like a great Park to go to if you don't want to run into a bunch of people, but see some cool stuff. So some facts about it. There's more than five thousand sites including 600 Cliff Dwellings. It makes Mesa Verde the largest archaeological Preserve in the United States Mesa. Birth is best known for the structures such as Cliff Palace thought to be the largest quipped cliff dwelling in North America descendants of Mesa Verde ancestral Pueblo people spread out far and wide and include the whole be in, Arizona. Mesa Verde became a United Nations educational scientific and cultural organization world heritage site 1978. Mesa Verde was likely deserted by the thirteen hundreds. However known as quite sure why some research has blamed crop failures. So it could have been just climate change at the time was no longer a good site to live and grow and prosper the people of massive are they were farmers who grew beans corn and squash they supplemented their diet by gathering other edible plants hunting deer squirrels rabbits and other animals. Now, the climate of Mesa Verde National Park has a warm summer with average temps reaching around eighty-five degrees Fahrenheit in July and somewhat average winter with average lows in the 20s between November March. So it's not too harsh in either direction. It's got a temperate climate in both summer and winter the park averages pretty persistent one or two inches of precipitation each month the entire year with the pecan dog at 2 and a quarter inches and the low end June with only about a half an inch. Where do you know the real temperate climate like not too much not too much heat doesn't get too cold. So if you're there and you know spring summer fall months, it's going to be pretty Pleasant. No real big predatory animals in the area. We mentioned what the Native American tribes would hunt back then so there's nothing too dangerous that would be of consequence. If you're out backpacking or hiking the visitors encounter rugged terrain and an elevation of 7000 to eighty five hundred feet steep cliffs deep canyons. And narrow Trails can be a danger of 12 visitors hiking trails range from Easy Loops to strangers takes up elevation and exposure can be a concern at the higher elevations or in Peak Seasons. So, you know hot summer days that go up higher than normal or very cold winter days outside of that. I'd say your basic Colorado weather. Yeah. I mean exposure is an issue in any park where you're getting up in elevation. So that's not unusual with such a temperate climate they're dead. Thank you know it's unless you're caught in a you know, a bad winter storm. You're probably going to be okay sure and that's pretty much it for the terrain Mike. Let's learn a little bit about Mitchell Dale stehling. Yep. So Mitchell went missing in this park on June 9th 2013. He was a 51 at the time of his disappearance. He had kind of black grayish hair. If you've seen pictures of old, we don't we actually know quite a bit about what he was wearing. He didn't have any water on him which a big red flag for me. He did have a cell phone on him, which I always harp on every one of these cases. I I talked about how you should always take your cell phone with you. Even if you don't think you'll have service he had a khaki Mesa Verde Museum Association baseball cap a brown T-shirt with tan and khaki shorts a calf height White Sox Red Wing Oxford walking boots, and you also had his wallet and some cigarettes on him. So one of the things we like to look at 2 is the weather at the time of The Disappearance. So he went missing around a time of the year that the Gallows would have been in the you know the fifties so I think even in what he was wearing you could probably survive a night out there. It's it's not uncommon for people to start developing hypothermia in 50 degree weather especially if they maybe they got real sweaty during the day or they, you know got wet. So there's a lot of moisture they are wet or something like that. It can obviously be increased the likelihood. But yeah, but you know, you can survive fifty degree weather at night, but there is a chance that he you know could have had an issue with hypothermia. So the only way we know about his physical appearance is that he he seemed like a pretty fit, you know, fifty-year-old man. He wasn't he was described as an avid Outdoorsman. He camped a lot dead. Now I did make a note of this in my research show that it was mentioned a lot throughout the different news articles. I read that he was an Outdoorsman and a camper but I really don't see anything about experience in the back country. So I think those are two very different things. I think you can be, you know, you love being in the outdoors you like, you know, camping or camping with an RV, but it's a much different experience to Back Country hiking 100% agree. There's always like two sides to these national parks. There are the icon that gets to attractions for you have shorter Loops or things that you're going to take a bus to the trailhead you're going to bring maybe a bottle of water a fanny pack. You know, you got your brand new stuff on Earth. You never did this stuff before you're going to be able to hike to this cool thing take a picture and you're going to go back to your hotel or your campsite and then there is the Deep back country where you are carrying your tent your gear your phone number. You enter in at a Trailhead and you are not coming back for several days. And in a lot of cases, you will be out of contact with human beings. He from what I gleaned and not discounting his experience. Yeah, he seemed more like the type that did the ladder of those are not the light of the former of those trips where he did car camping in tent camping mostly in I would agree and you know, the major red flag for me is not having any water. Even on a maybe an hour or two hike I'm always carrying water with me or if if I don't have a lot of water. I mean, I definitely have a Dodge Charger if I know I'll be crossing water sources. So yes, yeah. It's always water is like water planning is one of the most critical issues that we talked about any time we plan a route. It's how many days or how many hours till next water source? Yeah. So that's a major red flag that to me shows that maybe he didn't have the backcountry experience even though he might have been an avid Outdoorsman. So just kind of a wage A little tidbit from Joe and I who you know spent a lot of time hiking in the back country. So that's about all we know about his character profile. So I'm going to jump right into the timeline Joe so long.

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"mesa" Discussed on Your new favourite song

Your new favourite song

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"mesa" Discussed on Your new favourite song

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"mesa" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"mesa" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Good to see you guys. So we've got Rob Ariano and Chef Do you pronounce it? Fonzie? Yes. Fonzie. Wow for thee. The days soon when you Wow, you say it all. Great thinking home, right? So welcome to the show, guys. You know, I'm a big fan of what you guys do their Descanso in Costa Mesa. And you know those a lumber is that you have our stranger smacking in the face Good, But I wanted you to go down the menu because I know they pop in on the menu for Orange County Restaurant Week on court. So breakdown what you guys are going to be doing for this special food event. Fonzie. You want to go and take that? Yeah, sure. I think that many of simple you're appealing to what we offer in a solution of our dishes, And now we have Ah, a selection of Ah, start with the first course. Second course. And third course. The first one being us, Fidel. Soup or a salad. And then you've got five choices between chill. Ray knows short rib salmon, according to Skillet. The pastoral Landry which you mentioned who finished it up with a third, of course of Ah Kuro Donut. Wow, I'm in. Hey, sold. Yeah, sold and sold. And the cool thing is, they're they're breaking down this being a special event. They're breaking down different price points. Of course you can find them. You know everything from a $10 lunch menu to a $80 luxe menu, all kinds of categories and things that you can find. With you guys. You have a $30 dinner menu of $50. Then you meant menu and Ah, Is it a $50 family meal? Or is that a different price? Yes. So we did the $30 menu as well as just the $50 Take out family meal. It's one of our pivoting menu items that we built. Back in the middle to late March. You know to appease, you know, the one stop shop, dining takeout experience. And actually, chef Andi put this together and, you know, offering a selection of you know, a couple pounds of meat, Quarterly fried brains a quarter maxim fried rise or pickled egg guy. Ah, ah, have planets. Also, it's all packaged on one for you to take home and essentially, you have your own taco making party at home. And it's all encompassing. That's our deal. I dig those. I think that's a very powerful part. Ah, change that's come from Cove it and lock down all this business is those family meals, their great value, and actually, because of the quantity of them, they help the restaurants. Because you can you can get because we want to help. You know you can get those mark ups because man with one season twosies of delivery, the delivery costs and everything else that really eats. Wait those margins and we want to do everything we can for these great restaurants. We don't want to see them to continue Drop like flies, right? You guys hang tight. We come back. We'll talk more from the boys. They're disconsolate Toronto Costa Mesa. Robyn. Chef. Fancy will be with us, eh?.

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"mesa" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

06:29 min | 2 years ago

"mesa" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"600 KOGO Already was May 30th when LA Mesa was torched by a bunch of rioters. That's right. They looted they they threw rocks. They attacked police officers, They beat civilians. They had a wonderful little time with their quote, peaceful protest. Now there's an investigation that is being ordered by the Mesa City Council. As to why it got out of hand. We're going to talk about that in just a minute. But first I need to throw a little shade. I just got informed by some friends in East County. That some police officers tried to go to a store called Extraordinary banana pudding in La Mesa. And they were told that La Mesa Police department Is not wanted. And we actually have a screenshot of putting the ad banana. Yeah, we'll get to that in a minute. Doesn't look very appetizing to me because I don't like my pudding. I don't like my pudding with hatred towards cops. That makes me really not like the taste of the pudding. But I have a screen shop here saying, Can you clarify? Why don't want police officers? It might be confusing for some. Does that mean no. Let Mesa Police department is welcome or no La Mesa Police Department welcome. Meaning that they are not. Are they welcome or are they not welcome? The the response from the owner. It's simple. I don't want any LeMay's a police officer's showing up to buy anything. They're not welcome in our store, so I just wanted to make sure you know if you're in the mood for putting definitely don't go to extraordinary banana pudding in La Mesa and spread the word, So, um, what's going on in La Mesa right now is truly fascinating. Because on the one hand you do have an incident that was not by the book and not something that police should be proud of. And that is the rough housing of honoree Johnson, which occurred on May 27th. I'm re Johnson was this African American kid. Um, youngster, you know, he's he's an adult. But he's a youngster and he was roughed roughed up by a police officer. Who now eyes no longer with the police force. Matt Gauges is his name. Former police officer of La Mesa Day Jizz approached Armory Johnson simply because he was smoking in public at a metro station at a transit station. So to my liberal friends out there who like a nanny state Recognized. This is what it was all about. A law that you all love about restraining freedom. Oh, God, She's going to smoke. Oh, goodness. Put down the sugary drink, you know. So a police officer You know, felt that that was enough of a transgression to go start questioning Armory Armory. Got a little hot under the collar. Got a little salty in the mouth and, you know was not respectful, but, hey, he has a first Amendment, right? You know, you can't get arrested for being disrespectful. The police officer roughed him up and then claim that armory Johnson assaulted him because armory as the police officer was roughing him up. Pushed his hand away, You know, like, Hey, stop that! Stop touching me! The police officer. Then, in my opinion, filed a false police report saying that he was assaulted by by Armory Johnson. The charges were since Dismissed against Armory Johnson, which was the right thing to do for La Mesa. We don't know. What happened with Matt Ages. The police officer. All we know is he no longer works for Lamaze, and we don't know if he was fired. We don't know if he quit. And damn it. I believe the public has a right to know. I want to know who officially whether LA Mesa Police believe that Matt Ages did things by the book or whether he was negligent. I want to know, and I believe police officers need to know. So that they don't repeat that behavior. So and so they don't repeat the behavior and so that they know that the community has is on their side, you know, And when there is a question of doubt that that that we're not going to be that community that just throws cops under the bus, regardless of Of how they acted. Or regardless of the circumstances, you know that. I think that would embarrass you nerdy selling black lives matter. They need to know that we don't blindly support the cops. We look at Was it justified was inappropriate Was that the way we want policing to be done in this case? I think it's pretty clear No anyway, so we wanted to state very clearly that the incident that preceded the riots. Could have been handled. Could have been adjudicated. Andi and frankly, I think what Mason needs to do a better job. I still believe they need to do a better job. So on the one hand you have a police officer who quietly is departing. Or has departed. And yet the public has not been given the accountability and transparency as to why that's that's the first thing that Lamaze is doing wrong. And I've spoken to Lamaze the City council members and told them that they need to clean up that problem, and they need to do it quick. You need to set an example. But here's the other thing. How in the hell did the riots get out of hand in La Mesa? How did LeMay said police? Allow a situation where hoodlums came in and trashed the town and burn things down. And and that's the question people should be asking well, the City Council finally is asking that they've hired an independent investigation team to the tune of $200,000 of taxpayer money. To find out what happened. Almost 1/4 of a $1,000,000 T do the work of looking through videos and you could just talk to the people of nature that were there. Yeah, so I I'm asking, you know, why are we going this route? One Councilwoman Christina Legally, Seo, she is asking. We need to figure out what went wrong. Why was our support so poor? Why did to banks burned down? Residents want to know why I did this get so out of hand. Who's to blame. That's a good set of questions. Democrat Colin Parent.

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"mesa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"mesa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Mesa police doesn't include a public gathering instead fallen mesa police officers were honored three video posted today I'm here tonight in front of a fallen officer memorial at mesa PD headquarters to honor and remember our mesa officers who sacrifice their lives for the safety of our community in the video mesa police chief can cost honors fallen mesa police officers among them sergeant Brandon Mendoza killed by a wrong way driver in twenty fourteen Brandon had been an exceptional officer with us for thirteen years he had an uncompromising dedication to the community and went above and beyond the call of duty throughout his career result as a teen KTAR news Arizona's fallen state troopers were remembered in a similar video tribute yesterday time now to check on that traffic let's get right to it with detour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center thank you thank you and it's like one of the only times I can ever remember we had a presidential visit and they didn't close the freeways with motorcade because of how close it was that he had to go to a destination err Raine got closed down that runs parallel to the runways at sky harbor airport as it does the sky harbor Boulevard but airplane closed down because of that motorcade but that's the only real problem you run into traffic wise all the freeways run sky harbor airport are looking great until you get to the downtown not so great westbound I. ten is actually got to brake light action fifty one west over the nineteen th Avenue it's a moderate to heavy slowly same thing on the seventeen you're getting brake lights in both directions from the split over to Central Avenue and from the nineteenth Avenue Central Avenue if you're on the south outside all of this for the narrowing of the roadway down to two lanes in both directions due to that bridge reconstruction work there the traffic report brought to you by the Arizona department of environmental quality did you know if your quality where next week together we can make a difference find out more about cleaner air easy DQ d'argo deterred and get your clear tonight slow temporal sixty nine tomorrow and Thursday it is gonna be hot one hundred seven both days with.

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"mesa" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"mesa" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Leaders in Kearny mesa earlier today to discuss the issue now here's news a tether Myers with your micro climate forecasts after a chilly start to the morning a mild afternoon in store temperatures still three to eleven degrees cooler than seasonal averages upper fifties and low sixties along the coast line through the inland communities today forties through our local mountains that freeze warning goes back into place late tonight on am seven sixty I'm news it's heather Myers sunny in fifty seven in imperial beach there's more Mike Slater next AM seven sixty talking breaking news later show you AM seventy six GFM be country because you're so the Iowa caucus yeah I would share came out of college is a block they released the results and trying to find somewhere they're they're really sixty two percent of results yeah that's done at up at them they they will release sixty percent others also what I want to talk a little bit here we have some time but the history the Iowa caucus and why it's a thing why we even pretend it's this is a funny add we're going to start one we do what we do why is the Iowa caucus first in the the point of the stories there's no real reason but we'll do that later this is David Bergeron my favorite people on this is the.

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