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Could California be a warning sign for Democrats in the fall? Here are takeaways from the latest primaries.

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00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Could California be a warning sign for Democrats in the fall? Here are takeaways from the latest primaries.

"Close house races in battleground states could tip the balance of power in Congress come November in the primaries or giving us a glimpse into what voters are thinking In California's newly redrawn 27th district Republican congressman Mike Garcia a former navy pilot endorsed by president Trump will have a rematch against Democrat Christie Smith a former state assembly woman he beat by less than 400 votes in a special election She thinks her positions on gun control and abortion rights while outweigh Garcia's support from conservatives and those blaming democratic policies for inflation and crime In Iowa Republican state senator Zach nunn will take on the state's loan democratic House member Cindy axton in a district redrawn to include more rural and Republican areas Montana has added a second House seat in former Trump cabinet member Ryan zinke was trailing in flathead county leading to an unexpectedly close race with surgeon Al Auschwitz a perennial candidate who characterized zinke as a moderate who spends too much time in California

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A Voter's Guide for California Republicans

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01:09 min | 2 months ago

A Voter's Guide for California Republicans

"I would like you to please vote for, first of all, every Republican running for Congress. It's very unlikely we'll pick up any seats, but I sure would like young Kim and Michelle Steele and Mike Garcia and David valadao and of course Kevin McCarthy is going to win. He's got a pretty secure district. But they really took a cleaver, the alleged independent redistricting committee like everything else in California is completely bonkers. And so they're trying to screw an outline the other good ones after the dust settles. There's no tell them what happened in these primaries. But do remember young kin and Michelle steel and Orange County, Mike Garcia, Dave valadao in Ventura and the central valley, Kevin McCarthy, of course. But here's the key deal. You got to vote for lawn heat Chen for controller. You got to vote for Nathan hochman for attorney general. These are two serious people, and those are the two jobs. You're not going to meet Gavin Newsom. There's no one running. I don't know who's going to be the nominee against Gavin Newsom, but you can't beat that much money.

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Primary elections Tuesday for seats that could decide House control

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00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Primary elections Tuesday for seats that could decide House control

"7 states hold primary races tomorrow was 78 House seats on those ballots Voters are headed to the ballot box to set the field for November primaries are being held Tuesday in California Iowa Mississippi Montana New Jersey New Mexico and South Dakota No incumbent governors or senators appear to be an imminent danger but primary season is shaping up to be a challenging one for House Democrats with midterm elections typically punishing the party holding The White House State legislators have put a stamp on newly drawn House districts north of Los Angeles three Democrats are vying to take on freshman House member Mike Garcia a former navy pilot endorsed by president Trump whose district was redrawn with a more democratic profile In Iowa three Republicans are competing to run against Cindy axne Iowa's lone U.S. House Democrat her Des Moines district was redrawn to include rural southern counties that have been strongly Republican Montana has outed population and

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California Congressional Districts: Where Are the Flashpoints?

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01:45 min | 9 months ago

California Congressional Districts: Where Are the Flashpoints?

"First walking back America. I'm here. You're joined now by congressman Mike Garcia from the great state of California, the 25th congressional district. He's back. Congressman good to talk to you at a happy Merry Christmas to you in advance. Thank you. Appreciate it. Hope you had Thanksgiving as well and good. Thanks for having me. We did. We had the whole family together and I'm recovered now that the grandkids are gone. Congressman, California's in a world of hurt, next time I talk with Michael Shawn burger, the author of San Francisco and right now they're doing redistricting district and getting some echo back in my ear Ben. I'm wondering what is the situation with the redistricting in California, especially about the 25th which you represent. Yes, I'm sorry. We lost the connection there. You might just repeat the question about that. Let's start by asking, what is the situation about California's 25th congressional district? Where is the reapportionment process gone? Are the redistricting? Yes. So it's still in work. We're supposed to be getting the final maps before the end of the month. We've got this quote unquote independent commission that's working at. And when you hear that word independent in California, that should make the hair in the next stand up for conservatives. Right now my map in the initial maps that we've been getting looks a little tougher it goes from a Biden plus ten district to Biden plus 13 districts. So it's going to be a little bit of a tougher fight. We'll still prevail. We're doing good things on the ground and for our constituents. And I think America is waking up to the fact that they need to pay attention to people who they're electing in these liberal policies are not working. So we should be okay. But we'll know before the end of the end of the month of December here and we'll be able to

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"So these are in dribble and the dominant hand. They can just lead to the cup with that one hands. It could tie up the other. What it doesn't matter it's an it's uncontested shot at the rim with the dominant hand. Now right other guys though cost them over get a better angle at the at a bank angle for a layup great. I know it can hinder. We can work on shooting. I mean we've seen transformational From blake griffin within. I would say a two to four years fan right. it makes me optimistic for sharieff cooper. Now that he's in produce balance up a little bit and from what i know he's still six foot four so i must media but you blaming so far to teach and his ability to pass over to and you're told me if he could just shoot thirty five percents ranch if you could just shoot three percent and just be song On some kind of plants. That's a scary liquor. So the i'm in a blaming how about you. Yeah i think it's for me. It's nick ball handling making because i think Like i don't know. I try and think in my head like what is harder to to actually develop an i think in some ways it is the i think ball handling. Maybe harder to develop like you. Can i guess the way that is like especially like looking at the clippers. Like they're kind of i mean this is the most endearing way possible like their offense was very like a frankenstein mac nation. Like and paul. George are two of like they're very pro. Predetermined is maybe an way to put. But they're very much so like re-based playmakers like and that's of course you know like most flaming are basing things off ridge but the best Playmakers or guys who do not need to make reads or not. They don't make reads but they can just see the floor and they may to this. Yes exactly like proactive playmakers. So in some ways. I like i look at it like okay. Well one of the reasons why. I think josh gattis. The the i haven't fifth player in the draft is because he has that ability already. The ball handling is where. It's gonna come for him. So i guess you can look at it like that because i i mean maybe it. Ball handling and playmaker like almost synonymous with each other in terms of how i view. Because i think like if you have a guy who could come in with that elite ball handling handling ability. I don't know if he's going to become an intuitive playmaker. Like that's just really hard to see happening but then conversely it's like okay. Well if there's a guy coming in who is a genius playmaker but they can't dribble for shit like is that going to happen like i mean. Joe ingles is fantastic playmaker. But he's not a great ball hamper. So that's why he's never. I mean part of it too is like he doesn't have the athletic tools but Like that's the kind of thing that you have to weigh. So i think to an extent though it's it's probably the ball handling because like you mentioned like looking at staff like he really was a combo guard when he came into like he didn't have like the true dribble ability that he does like Like just thinking about where he got through with his handle is kind of ridiculous and same thing with like paul george. All george came in with like i mean. He was fairly fricken raw when he came into the nba out of fresno state..

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"He looks physically built a mansion. He played football so can never can. Never get exactly yeah. I can't remember the last time that i watched. Espn broadcasts ahead suggs. Were actually be enough. They never mentioned on. Espn broadcast k. Play football press which is really funny but like every single suggs induce game. Oh he did you know. He played football. Like i am aware who would've thought of. Yeah exactly So i guess in in kind of wrapping up in talking about skills like the way that i really liked the you wrote everything down and and place it out is that it shows more of like talking about skills and the way that they progress. So like you of larry so you start off. Here's the base. Are you shooter. Yes all right. What's your rhythm. What's your usage and building. You know closer and closer to the top seeing what you know how you how you fall out as a shooter from there so it's kind of like a crawl walk run sprint type thing. You're seeing all right well. What is the progression year in. Looking at those skills to like you know. Talk about playmaking shooting ball handling You know. I guess they're all important in some way. But what what do you value the most. Because i have an answer. I think the answer. But i'm wondering what you got you most We're gonna have the answer. I volume value mahan By far there are others that have improved it while they're in the league but it feels like they have to put a ton of time in our enhance it. I remember watching stephen curry davidson when he started getting real blinkered graphs during his last year. I think it is his junior season. And i think he doubles assistant any turnovers. Roughly the same. Oh there's upside there right and gone into leak and it took him years before he became the twenty sixteen stuff that we know where he's just so electric off the dribble. He could get any shot. He wants and any microseconds that he could see. The basket is operatives going in so Guys who can get anywhere they want on the floor and not just a straight line drives. Hopefully they can go be a little bit shifty. Show some deception. I can fix my defender. This place can open up my land the opposite direction rates. I'm getting closer to the right. And i think i highlight a specific plan of picket role. Where if a defender goes over the top on picket role and the point of attack and that guy and then just drop big and then just mmediately do a change of direction on on the second player there at the cup. There's still defense fast enough to recover fast enough from that. And that shows me their skill level into his ball handling of evading vendors The ability to at least read the two situations where it's humid as team. The defenders that they're dealing with and how to improvise. Improvisation be once they hit the topic One of my favorite things is when they use the the out dribble on their dominant hand..

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"He had thirty one percent usage last year. That is not happening the nba level. And that's for the best like he's he's going to have a tone down role While i also think one of the things that i find interesting in difficult to parse through twitter is we will build up these guys who were role players entire time in college like she will and this is not meant to be like a knock on him but like he was in an ideal role for him that entire time in college. And you can pick your how that translates in the nba. And you look at james. And clearly he was very overtaxed in that role he was yukons offense and it's harder to see how he skills down like or not harder to see. I think i can see like. I think there are ways to see it. What in some ways. I think he does criticizable. And this is more just like overarching. Speaking on players like you'll get guys who were maybe flawed initiators at the college level and they get should on a little bit for having difficulties there instead of being a better programmer on a better team and playing in a more role contests and that's one of the things that i found interesting in trying to partially in the draft. I wonder your thoughts on that. Because that's something that. I try and inflate with my mind a lot. 'cause like i like that's where i get a little bit hung up on traber because like i liked trimmer. He i think he's going to be good. I have a first round grade on for sure. But that's the thing i look at like. I love when guys have come in with end. Maybe it doesn't work for everybody. But like i mean if you have done things as an initiator even if it's not great like i just think it is good for guys to have had that experience because you were forced to do difficult things you were forced to do things that are out of your comfort zone and workshop shots and find new ways to attack So how do you look at that..

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"You just have to take the bus players. And that's that's a prime example of it. Yeah i think there's a park where you can consider organizational fit in that part absolutely makes sense right different teams different medical staffs stiffer trading staffs different methods of coaching and some players adapt to those relatives. T- matters a lot better than others but when it say tier level of talent better for. There's something very clear. I think it was bobby knight who even mentioned michael jordan when he said. Oh if you need a center. More or less. Put michael jordan at syracuse. That good writes that clearly tells you the low of tier difference talent altogether. So that's that's something all teams just can't afford to miss out on it's too much investment. Yeah most definitely. And i think it's interesting too because like as much as you can. I mean there are waste. Look at things. Like one thing that i want to bring up and you've written on him and i think we both him similarly crystal art like he is a really talented player alive. People have been done on him because he's twenty four. I think that's been a little bit overrated. That's one of the things where it's interesting to me in looking at. Epa and talent and trying to parse out. Okay well yes he is like like what's say are obviously you and i were both draft. Rocco precaution over. Chris arteta without question. We are praying that he stays in the draft. I'm hoping that nothing gets announced. What we're in this pod but point being like okay. Christina is six years older than rocco but at the same time you do have to take into sock all right and one of the best things. I've had people tell me as well this guy at age. Twenty four what he brings now it. It's very possible that spoke some guy you draft who's eighteen or nineteen never even hits. Where back is that right now. And i think a lot of that has been lost in the way that we are talking about a guy like i say like I think a lot of people look at that and like all will you strictly drafting for fit. And i think in some ways. Like if you're a team like the lakers who obviously of jealousy joschka your follow them..

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"You a little bit more about your background. So you know it's a little bit different for how you got in the mind In your first piece. Which was tremendous. And i'm going to have linked down below for people to check out talking about philosophy. You spoke a lot about. The pre koby lakers and i want to talk about the team for me because i think there are not enough people who recognize how much fun that team was like. I was not born yet when that team around but in going back and watching old games. Those are my favorite lakers jerseys from the mid to late nineties by far the best jerseys and there's just something awesome about getting to watch nick van. Axel eddie jones jacko added man like that was a fun fun team. They were not amazing that they struggled in the playoffs with with underachieving there. But i mean yeah so. Just tell me a little bit about how i we're getting into basketball so Just to start with a kind of thin observing the draft for roughly twenty years. And i've blame a magazine of beckett and a series of basketball cards for getting these this thing and of course it speckled buffalo A little bit of good rookie is or a little description of batum. And just completely snowballed into okay. Well what does this guy do. How is he gonna make it to the nba. Why don't all sixty players make it into the nba into second third contracts in the draft etcetera. Etcetera so i was watching out. Mid-nineties lakers basketball. At the time. It was a relief team. And i think what made it especially fun was lot of the names. I wasn't aware of at the time nick. Financial fell down to what early-to-mid second round any jones was not considered a lottery. Pick up the given time and it just seemed like little small team of misfits who were completely over. Achieving right. elden campbell was the late first. Rounder was the late first rounder. And all of a sudden we had a at least four of the five guys that i had just mentioned all of a sudden. They're touching the playoffs and then they beat the phoenix suns. At least way back when the first two games in the playoff series it was just series of five so just learning getting into blair evaluation back then how fund those teams actually were and what it actually takes actually get back to a championship level. And how hard actually. Actually get there. And i think the root of all that really starts with a drafted player evaluation. Yeah definitely and i'd be remiss. You mentioned cedric. Sabaot one of my favorite all time players Very odd game but just superfund Somebody who i think often gets lost in about the lakers. History there but You know something. We've talked about a lot and you talk about quite a bit in In your initial philosophy piece is one of the first things that you hit. Upon is the difference between drafting for fit and tracking the best player available. And i think it's interesting because we've talked about it back and forth quite a bit like i. I do think we come at a little bit differently for the most part. I think we're on the same side because you know you wanna drafting. Count is important but how did okay. So i would. I would ask. How did you get to where you're at with viewing fit and best player available in. Would you also detail. After people i think it starts with like for example knickknacks sold for whatever reason he was early to mid second round. I mean i was an adolescent back. Then and i think it was.

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"He moves and that block on aden to jump off that ledge the way he did timing of it i i wouldn't believe you know it was so an. I wanna slow clap when the bugs medical staff you know day. They haven't heard people commend them from a job. They did but they clearly took an approach with that they implemented and it was successful In a part of that is huge part of what athletic trainers medical. Science news patient compliance. So you know kudos the honest as well for you know. Do doing the stuff that they told him to do. And and complying working to get better. And that's one of those situations. Where maybe i'm not the harbinger of you know like i get to deliver the message. Hey this is gonna be back and you get to see these things so I'm i'm i'm shocked pleasantly surprised. I liked being wrong young situations because it's the hardest part of i always tell people i love my job but i hate to work because i mean someone's hurt. Someone's not doing what they're what they love. And there is a very human element to injuries. And you know you you. You have to remember that when it comes to anything in regards to you. Know whether it's regular season game postseason game careers those kinds of things. Because it's you know these guys livelihood on on the stay on at stake here and you really wanna make sure that they're good you know. And so i'm very pleased back and performance level because by counties a good guy. I've never met him but he approaches things the right way and you know he's he's been just phenomenal watch so again. I like to be like to be wrong. Almost definitely and i think that's such a great point that you made at the beginning like you know you just never really know until you actually get information back on. I remember watching I don't know if you watched jeremy lamb life year ago now When he came down on his leg..

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"Like having you know the difference between jaanus or even just chris pollard And let's say you want more. Pat contin is massive. Like you know. Five minutes of seventy percent probably means more than You know each one word one hundred and ten percent for for five minutes but at the same time this thought about to in terms of like okay. Maybe there is a way to work on Handling fatigue like i. I don't know if you're familiar with this place. In iowa called grinnell college that runs like they essentially run shifts like they will run like they just do complete tunes tune swaps and. I don't think that that's a realistic goal for the nba. But in terms of looking more at finding ways to sub guys or having more opportunity to play deeper because if you focus more on You know instead of having guys who are playing extremely fatigued. They're going for short bursts or even just like three or four minute bursts instead of having somebody play an entire quarter or something like that. I know it's probably not super realistic in water guards but i i wonder if there's a way that maybe the nba finds a way to transition towards that. I would say they tried a couple of ways Mainly regarding be a additional roster spots in of those two way players expanding their ability to play more games. So you major you inherently major your debt a little bit deeper blower talking about fringe players in our is the coaching staff. Is the player going to be willing to give those guys meds like you said at the costs of maybe losing round in the game or even overall you know i. It's it's tough it is. There's no hundred percent great answer. It's you find what works for your team in the contracts of your roster at the way you built your team at your position in the standings you know this is a little bit linked to old load management slash. Rest debate and the team. That really got so. That's where front of wrestling. Lohman it with the san antonio spurs but but they could afford arrest those guys because they were successful and had a championship pedigree. You didn't see teams that were on the opposite of the spectrum for so long. They can't afford a rest their stars. You know it's easy to do when you're great popovich and you're already three games up in the division to say. Hey we're going to give this game off. You know it's harder to do when you're on the opposite and so it's it's it's a balanced for everybody and it really. You know a lot of the times. And so i think even finding rule that's going to be able to. Everybody is going to be difficult..

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"Interesting this year and the nba did as good as they could trying to maneuver around travel schedule by having some in the back a baxter or having two games in in three nights in the same city like compounding the travel on top of the amount of games guys are playing already is what makes it almost more concerning to me. Because that's what's a ton of stress on your body It makes it harder to sleep. And then like i think you mentioned bashar homes. He didn't awesome piece on sweep again. How that impacts performance. I think those two years ago. If i remember correctly blake. That's that's the kind of thing i'm thinking about too. Because that's i mean it definitely is playing a factor in. I'm i'm genuinely curious. That could even get better. Yeah and you know there is so much that goes into it and it's easy to say what he's getting paid millions of dollars play a game but so so much of it is like you said behind the scenes and i don't think anybody understands the impacts. This season had on the non player personnel. And you know we'll take the athletic trainer for example. Not only are they help ornate movement. But they're also trying to work with preventative care. So keep their healthy athletes healthy so that that's part of it. Rarely just because a player is healthy does not mean he's not conflicts working with the training staff. And then you throw in rehab. So injuries occur. Now you gotta have rehabilitative care or treatment of injuries. That are hurting player. Keeping them out of the game. Then you have to have kobe protocols so the test the early morning testing and you're traveling and you're doing all these kinds of things and yes. The amenities are great. But the players have also evolved as well so you have all these various factors that are that are a grind taking a soul. My colleague will and i constantly talking about we call the death spiral theory and he he coined it for baseball. And that's he noticed that when baseball teams when the more injuries they had the more likely they were have. Furthermore as the medical staff had to shift away from preventative. during focus. More on rehab care so naturally you're going to see this kind of out of control jumped in injuries for teams that have one or two bigger injuries as again. They're focused ship. You throw in the kobe protocols on there. It's just more likely certain things like that happen. So and and let's be honest mentally. We have disgusting opponent right. We the grind of of everything that happened in our country past six months. You know that is just so much has changed in terms of the way we approach civil rights in terms of a lot of just what is coming to forefront the healthcare the election all these things and you saw the nba players be outspoken and and really take stands on this and and i applaud their approach. I was very impressed with with approached issues. But it's not like everyone just sleeping tonight. Anyway you know everyone's level. I mean my personal level of stress on up the last sixteen months are movement patterns of all change because we all went from walking to work locking in our our office space. now everyone's sitting computer you zoom fatigue. Everyone just stares at a screen instead of interacting with people so your movement patterns change and so everybody's kind of take taking mental and physical toll And it's been in varying degrees two very different players and it's kind of reached this perfect peak of.

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"To the bubble so hadn't played basketball and four months and so nobody was really only eating even playing field in terms of rest and recuperation time off and i i wanna say all that to say the. Nba did a great job as best they could given the huge task of getting all these various factors in the play to get players on the court and get get the product out there and get the season out there as best they could. They really they you know they. They listened and i did everything they could. Hardly it was just inherently built into having a season and that's really what the frustrating thing is because we really didn't have many alternatives and we still have some time to figure out what it's gonna look like moving forward because that's that's kind of where my focus. The ship already is. What is this going to look like next season. And that's that's gonna be the next question that people can start to ask is. How does this influence us. Moving forward. And i think it might be a year two years maybe three years before. We really have the definitive answers of. How long did the nba and really all professional sports. Because this is an issue across the board feel the effects of the. Yeah that is a. I mean a lots of impact there a lot of about as well and why i wanted to have you on because i think so much has been looked at as you know like not that i think people think slates can be wiped. Clean but okay. We're going to be back to normal next year. And i think in terms of schedule in having everything back in things going to be opened up again as they are already for the most part like. Yeah that part's can be normal but like you're mentioning like i just think something that gets tossed. Aside a lot is like as. I mean you know for sure. Athletes are creatures of habit like everything to do especially at the professional level is based off of having a routine having certain ways of doing things constant maintenance to be ready to perform. And i think it's just really i mean. I was surprised that there were less injuries in the bowl. Frankly considering like how many guys went from going and working out with personal trainers in having their own. You're going to work out in. I mean obviously lebron in some of the upper sean guys are able to go and get worked on still even when everything shut down because they have the money to do that but for the most part there are a lot of guys who had to completely alter their their schedules in everything that they were doing And that changes things and then you you go back into this next year. And the now you're going into their guys who are playing farther into the stu in maintaining their bodies longer earlier in the year than eastern. I always point that out as just being having been an athlete myself like the maintenance ninety five percent of everything like playing is where a lot of the injuries maybe occur. But i mean even just like all the stress putting on your body's mostly from doing maintenance stuff in trying to stay right so that you can actually compete. And i think that's what makes me so interested to see and not a good or bad way. I'm just really curious what will happen next year because well things are going back to normal. It's not really coming from the state or normalcy. Yeah and i think that for me is. Are there things we can do to lessen that. Impact right like can we. We've proven that we can operate and had a successful season with a seventy two against these. Can we adopted seventy two games. Susan again and still fitted in a normal eighty two game schedule that we get more recovery taught our are..

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"Is not an easy situation. He has got a divided Congress ahead of him. He has got a divided country. She has 75 million loud, proud Trump voters who have not split from their president yet, and so he is preaching unity, and it is up to him now to condemn the fact that conservative thought is being censored on social media platforms. And in the mainstream news media. It is up to him to try to figure out how to bring us all together. And it's up to him to figure out how to work with Congress and crazy ideas to raise taxes during a pandemic crazy ideas to open up the border during a pandemic when American citizens are suffering. I don't think that's going to do it, so he's got a tough path ahead. Um, you have been very active in California. They said it was the L A times. Now's the time to turn America, California. Lord forbid, I love him happening, though this is what did I say? California's now aver but we California and the rest of the country during this election. The out. The outcome of this election was something that could have been ripped from the pages of any election in California, because it's how Democrats win time and time again. So yeah, the L A Times had an op ed this weekend make make America California again, okay, and they're talking about it. Because of these policies. He's environmental policies. All of this stuff. I thought it was really interesting by the way, said If you notice how Joe Biden handled the Keystone pipeline, right, he says he's going to cancel it and he's going to get challenged in court. I don't even know if that's gonna happen. Canada's gonna have something to say about that. But it's really indicative. Everybody who says Joe Biden is a moderate, he had a choice. He could have sided with the unions who are pro pipeline or he could have sided with the environmentalist. It shows you just where his administration Is heading because he stood with the environmentalists and the far left of his party. Um, I bring up that issue because in California a lot of people talk about the need for a third party. I'm getting this inundated every single day with conservatives who said enough with the jail P We need a third party, The Patriot Party, the Maga party. You said something very sagacious. Very wise in the break. Would you share with us your response to the concept of a third party in America? I My heart loves the idea of a third party. My heart loves the idea of a mag a party because I tell you what I'd be one of the loudest cheerleaders for it. But my brain tells me that if there is a third party, especially That will be competing with the Republican Party in its current configuration. We will never win an election again because Republicans and magazine would be splitting votes all day long, and we've seen proof of it here in California. What the Republican Party needs to do is adopt the popular populist policies. Those threads that ran through the Trump administration. The president Trump has already really shook up the party. In general, we need to keep running with it. President Trump has widened the tent. He's brought in more minorities, different demographics into the Republican tent. He's flipped something he's flipped the dynamic liberals or now the party of the elites. And the Republicans are now the party of the everyday working person. So in the last four years, President Trump has already kind of shook up the bottle a little bit and made the Republican Party different. We need to continue to go down that road, and that's why it's more important than ever that we pressure leadership in the Congress. Yet Mitch McConnell out of his leadership role. Bring in someone new Get get Kevin McCarthy's doing a great job. Help him get that majority back in the House of representatives so that we can Maybe we can make the changes to our own party without throwing it all out, because in California what happens we have a jungle primary and many Republicans. Many defense play never explain Jungle primary. Jungle primary means that whoever the two candidates are they get the most votes go on to the general election. So it's not the highest vote getting Democrat the highest bough getting Republican, it can be to Democrats. To be two Republicans that never happens. It could be a Democrat in a Republican moving into the general and so with that jungle primary system. What we've seen way too often in California, is that multiple Republicans establishment types Trump Republicans. They all get involved, and they all think their way is the best. And then they end up splitting votes and Republicans never even make it into the general election. So we need to be smart. I know what your heart feels My heart feels to be fantastic. Have a maggot party. But that is not smart. It is not going to win any elections because Republicans and Maga need to come together like we did in the last four years. We managed to do it. We had a pretty Strong base. We even got those establishment types to come along to the party. We need to continue to encourage that and fix the Republican Party to make it a useful party for the American people to serve with the American Republican conservative wants because Splitting it up is only going to end up in lost elections and California's of perfect example. Is it not all of this new breed? I think how many women or how many minorities that we did. We elect from California in the last election in my area alone, just in Southern California. We had the first two Asian American females get elected to Congress, both at the same time, Mike Garcia is back in Congress again. David validate how we had many, with many People from the state of California go back into Congress and really break some ceiling. So this new party that is starting to develop in California is recognizing that it's not about the old way. It's not about the establishment stuff they didn't necessarily Embrace President Trump the person because It's California, and he wasn't all that popular in the state. But they took his message. They took that message that appeals to so many people about economic opportunity and making that the forefront of the party. Instead of some of the social issues that I think a lot of Republicans, typically, especially our state of California, got bogged down in and that resulted in lost elections get involved with the stuff that matters to people today. Protecting their religious freedoms, protecting their family law and order and the economy. Let me just shorten that Just one message. Guys listen to her, but just put it down to two words get involved. Thank you, my dear. Because she is and all of us need to be hosted the morning answer in the Jenin Don show am 5 98, mate. 70 the answer. I'm Sebastian. Gorka, This is America first, the next Meghan Kelly..

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Pennsylvania certifies election results, confirming Biden victory

WBZ Midday News

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Pennsylvania certifies election results, confirming Biden victory

"Right? It is official the governor of Pennsylvania certifying that President elect Joe Biden is the winner of that state's presidential race and the 20 electoral votes that go along with it. And sometime this afternoon, the president elect himself Joe Barton will formally introduce nominees and appointees to national security and foreign policy posts. This after the Trump administration officially allowed The transition of power to begin. The AP is Mike Garcia with Maura. After weeks of resistance and facing mounting criticism, the Trump administration appears ready to allow federal agencies to coordinate with President elect Joe Biden on the transition. The path was opened Monday night when the General Services Administration determined Biden is the apparent winner of the November 3rd election. That declaration from G S. A administrator, Emily Murphy, a Trump appointee, came on the heels of Michigan certification of Biden's victory. The Wolverine state. The GSC announcement was followed by a tweet from President Donald Trump recommending GS and his team do what needs to be done with regard to initial protocols. Mike Rossia

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"mike garcia" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"mike garcia" Discussed on KCRW

"Stocks jumped to record highs after Pfizer's vaccine announcement also how the Biden administration will take health care in a new direction. It would be stab E for the vital administration to use the pandemic as a vehicle for Making forward progress with respect, health care, and one state senators fight to keep Nebraska from going to a winner. Take all electoral system. Maybe the people in the second District liked the feeling they got. I'm realizing that their votes could mean something. First The news Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. The Trump campaign is not giving any signs. The president is close to conceding the campaign announcing new legal action at a press conference today. NPR's miles, parks explains. Experts say the lawsuits almost certainly will not alter the outcome of the election. Experts say it's unlikely that any lawsuit or recount puts Joe Biden's win in jeopardy both because his electoral college margin doesn't hinge on anyone swing state and because his margins of victory and most of those swing states are many thousands of votes. Still, President Trump has not conceded, and he's vowing to fight the results every way he can. His campaign most recently announced a fresh lawsuit aimed at Pennsylvania's chief election official. But most of the Trump campaign's legal actions have been unsuccessful Bus far the campaign continues to allege widespread fraud in the election without providing any evidence to support those claims. Miles. Parks. NPR NEWS Washington President Trump has fired Defense Secretary Mark Asper, NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. Trump made the announcement on social media two days after his Democratic rival Joe Biden, was declared the winner in the presidential race in a tweet, Trump said. Esper will be replaced by Christopher Miller, the director of the National Counter Terrorism Center. The president says the defence secretary's termination is effective immediately and thanked him for his service. In recent months. Trump an Esper have clashed over, among other things, the administration's handling of civil unrest in several cities. NPR's Windsor Johnston, United States, carbon pollution fell in 2019. That's, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. NPR's Rebecca Hirscher reports. Overall U. S greenhouse gas emissions are falling slowly. The U. S. Is currently the second largest emitter of carbon dioxide, methane and other greenhouse gases. In general, U. S emissions have been slowly decreasing since the early two thousand's. As Cole gets less common and cars, trucks and appliances get more efficient. But in 2018 U. S emissions went up now official EPA data shows that emissions dropped in 2019. That's largely due to decreases and emissions from heavy industry, including oil and gas and power plants. Taken together. It means the U. S. Started this year, releasing about the same amount of carbon pollution as it did back in 2017. Neither US nor global emissions are falling quickly enough to avoid the most catastrophic effects of climate change. Rebecca Hirscher NPR NEWS European Union is announcing plans to impose tariffs on roughly $4 billion worth of U. S goods. That's a retaliation for US subsidies for airplane builder Boeing. But you also said today it's hoping for improve relations with the Biden presidency. US for years has accused you of similar actions regarding the European consortium Airbus On Wall Street. Today, the Dow is up 834 points. You're listening to NPR and on Larry Perella on Monday, November 9th Asses K C R W Here's what's happening at 604. Three close congressional races in Orange and L. A county are leaning to the red side. But they are still too close to call incumbent Republican Mike Garcia and Democratic Assembly member Kristy Smith or locked up in the race for the 25th congressional district that stretches from the Antelope Valley and sent to Clarita to Ventura County. In Orange County. Republican challenger Michelle Steel currently leads Democratic representative Harley routed by about 2% points. Represent the 48th district and Republican Young Kim has extended Hurley against Democrat Gilson Arrows in the neighboring 39th as vote counting continues its a rematch of a race one by says narrows two years ago. As election season winds down another season here in California is just beginning. It is open enrollment time for the States. Insurance marketplace Don't has covered California KCR Debbie's Matt Dillon reports on a few dates you should keep in mind and some unknowns to be aware of. Amid the Corona virus Pandemic. Supreme Court is hearing arguments about the affordable care act this week, High court could strike down part or all of the program that created covered California. Despite the questions swirling about the survival of the experts say a final decision in the case likely won't come down until well into 2021. That means people who sign up now could expect coverage to last through the next year. Now for the dates open enrollment for Californians lasts through the end of January. However, if you want to sign up for coverage that will begin at the start of the new year, you have to enroll by December 15th. If you're without coverage and needed for the month of December, you need to sign up by November 30th. In this case, you will be smacked. Gillom, A man has been shot by Anaheim Police. His officers were investigating a ransom case involving undocumented immigrants from Mexico, according to police, the family Of a man who had been smuggled into the US from Mexico called police to report that those who sneaked him in we're demanding more money before releasing him. Officials say an officer was conducting surveillance related to the investigation when a man approached and a fight broke out. The man was shot by. The officer later arrested. No word on whether he's involved in the smuggling scheme, the D A's office as it will investigate. Shooting, and the man whose family had called police was ultimately rescued from an apartment as well as 10. Other people who were being held there..

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Update On Congressional District Race in Los Angeles

The John Phillips Show

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Update On Congressional District Race in Los Angeles

"Congressional races in the country continued to be here in Southern California. The race is still neck and neck between Harley Ruda and Michelle Steele in Orange County. Same story for Mike Garcia and Kristy Smith in Los Angeles and Ventura counties. It's also a close race between young Kim and Gilson arrows in the district that straddles parts of Orange, Los Angeles and San Bernadino counties. Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey has lost a progressive challenger, George Gascogne. He's a former L, A police officer and San Francisco DEA.

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"mike garcia" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"mike garcia" Discussed on KCRW

"Kristy Smith is clinging to a thin lead this morning in her bid to unseat Republican Mike Garcia in a rematch for a congressional seat that stretches from the Antelope Valley in Santa Clarita to Ventura County. The latest returns give the Democrat of 51 to 49% lead over Garcia with just 3000 votes separating the two. Smith is hoping to avenge an earlier loss to Garcia in an election to fill the seat of Democrat Katy Hill, who resigned after reports surfaced of an extramarital affair with a staff member. Both parties invested heavily in the race. Meanwhile, Republicans could be on the verge of flipping back a couple of Orange County congressional seats that turned blue in the 2018 midterm elections in the 39th district, which touches Ella County and includes cities like Fullerton in Yorba Linda. Republican Young Kim is ahead of the Democratic incumbent, Gil Cisneros. Meanwhile, in the 48th district, there's a razor thin margin separating company Harley Ruda and OSI Supervisor Michelle Steele. San Diego could be looking at a return to tougher Corona virus restrictions as the county struggles to control an increase in new infections case here. W's Darryl Saxman has that story. San Diego is in the red here of the state's reopening guidelines, but it could soon fall back into the more restrictive purple tear. That's because case rates are currently running above seven per 100,000 residents, according to the San Diego Union Tribune, and that exceeds the state spread tear limits. San Diego County has registered case rates over seven in each of the last three weeks. But it's had those scores adjusted downward to below seven because it's performed more testing per capita than the statewide median. San Diego's case rate keeps going up, though, making it harder for the county to conduct enough testing to stay in the red tear. KCR W's Darryl Sanson reporting. It's 707 on K C. R W It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Rachel Martin. And welcome to the day after the election, and, as was predicted, we still do not have a result in the race for the presidency of the United States. We do know that race is very tight and millions of votes are still to be counted. NPR's national political correspondent, Mara Liasson is with us to explore everything that's happening right now. Amara. Thanks for being here. Happy to be here. Just give us an update. What's the state of play right now? The state of play is that, according to The Associated Press, Joe Biden has 238 electoral votes so far, Donald Trump has 213 you need 270? To win on DH. There are a lot of big, competitive swing states that haven't been called yet. First of all, three Blue Wall States, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania have not been called. Georgia and North Carolina haven't been called, either. We know overnight that Joe Biden won Arizona, that means he has now flipped one of the states that Donald Trump won in 2016. Actually, it's a state that the Democrat hasn't won in a very long time, so he needs Two of the three Blue Wall States, Wisconsin, Michigan or Pennsylvania to win and now Donald Trump would also need two of those three states if he's going to win, so that's where things stand votes are still being counted millions of votes outstanding. All right, so no clear result yet, but nevertheless, both candidates made statements last night. We're going to play a couple clips. Let's start with the president. First. Set this up. What did what did he say? More The president declared victory Falsely. What you're about to hear is not true. But he went on to say that he feels that the election that his his supporters are being disenfranchised. Here's what he said. This is a fraud. On the American public. This is an embarrassment to our country. We were getting ready to win this election. Frankly, we did win this election,.

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GOP wins special House elections in California and Wisconsin

Hugh Hewitt

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

GOP wins special House elections in California and Wisconsin

"Republicans have reclaimed one house seat while successfully defending a second two special elections the other day one in California the other in Wisconsin Republican Mike Garcia a former navy combat pilot is claiming victory in the fight for the open U. S. house seat north of Los Angeles after his democratic rival Christy Smith congratulated him Wednesday afternoon the special election was to fill the vacated seat a first term Democrat Katie hill who resigned amid a house ethics program the sex scandal in Wisconsin Tom Tiffany a state senator endorsed by president trump easily won a special congressional election in a conservative Wisconsin district Tiffany replaces former Republican congressman Sean Duffy retired in September for family

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"mike garcia" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"mike garcia" Discussed on KGO 810

"YVR stayed home restrictions the High Court ruled for Republicans in a challenge to an extension issued by the governor's health secretary arguing she exceeded her authority either says the GOP move has thrown the state into chaos they have provided no plans there's no question hi mark anybody that people are gonna get back report of the latest leave the Midwest and the having the fewest cases capital and that Republicans on that chaos federal reserve chairman Jerome Powell says the country could face an extended period of weak growth can new outbreaks be avoided as social distancing measures laps how long will it take for confidence to return in normal spending to resume and what will be the scope and timing of new therapies testing or vaccine and Howells said more stimulus might be needed I barbecue sack the new house select committee on the corona virus held its first hearing today and correspondent Linda Kenyon reports it began on a rather testy note a virtual briefing on necessarily sends the wrong message Steve Scalise the ranking Republican on the committee was followed by Republican Jim Jordan I think it's all partisan chairman Jim Clyburn stayed on target well we all want to re open the soonest possible doing so before the proper safeguards already in place because most sickness and death the hearing took statements from several doctors who all said widespread testing is the best way to get the nation back on track political newcomer Mike Garcia's win in the twenty fifth district over democratic assemblywoman Christy Smith represents a rare victory for Republicans in heavily democratic California for the last time the party reclaim the democratic seat was back in nineteen ninety eight I'm Robert sept.

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"mike garcia" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"mike garcia" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Massachusetts next Monday's the expiration date for governor Charlie Baker's stay in home waters no word on an extension this is going to be a situation or a circumstance where on may eighteenth every business in Massachusetts is currently closed it's going to be permitted to open it's not gonna work like that and it shouldn't work like that working in a new stimulus bill totaling two trillion dollars including direct payments to state and local governments house speaker Nancy Pelosi reaction of that from senator Kevin Cramer North Dakota Republican the trillion dollars that that that the speakers presenting this what it's it's hot I'm serious in view because it represents basically how much all of the states collectively collect in revenue in a year a closely watched southern California congressional race appears to be over Democrat Christy Smith conceding to the twenty fifth district contest to trump backed Republican Mike Garcia Democrat Katie hill resigned from the seat after admitting to an affair you're listening to ABC news our top story starting Monday everyone of Portland International Airport will be required to wear a face covering to reduce the risk the corona virus might be spread your ports cameras Simon says are making other changes to reduce group gatherings greater areas and we're really encouraging folks to greet their friends and family at home if you're picking up a passenger they want that person to meet you outside the airport has made other changes that helps to increase physical distancing covert nineteen scams abound in Oregon's Attorney generalizations aren't since early March Ellen Rosenblum says hate crimes are up some directed specifically at Asian Americans the Attorney General says they also want to hear from Oregonians about price gouging something costing more than it right it may well be a violation of the price gouging laws would have gone into a fact again during the Kobe crisis thanks to the governor who issued a proclamation Rosenblum said they have issued six covered nineteen scam alerts since mid March burglaries in Washington County especially those aimed at businesses jumped sixty percent last month compared to twenty nineteen and shoplifting is up as well Jeremy Gerard with the organized retail crime association of Oregon says the value of items stolen is usually under the misdemeanor level we've seen people that have used a calculator to make sure they stay in a certain threshold so they don't pass that so just in case they do get caught so so they certainly know now Washington County DA Kevin Barton says criminals will want to think twice before burglarizing a business or stealing items needed by shoppers the county is implementing a state law that allows misdemeanor offenses to be bumped up to felonies during a state of emergency if a crime directly takes advantage of the covered emergency it'll become a felony the hood to coast relay has been canceled because of coronavirus team registrations will automatically be transferred to next year's race hi Brad Ford news radio eleven ninety K. E. axe I I heart radio goes one on one with bono from U. two talking about how he prepares his voice before performances I do my animal noises before yeah I I've heard of the saying is educationally immunity V. studio something here right somebody really warming their voice could I do I.

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Republican wins special congressional election in Wisconsin

The KFBK Morning News

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Republican wins special congressional election in Wisconsin

"K. early election results this morning are looking good for two candidates backed by president trump Republican Tom Tiffany has easily won election to Congress in a race in Wisconsin and in southern California a race watched nationally Republican Mike Garcia has taken an early lead in a very close race to retake it Democrats heating hills congressional

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Republican wins special congressional election in California

Glenn Beck

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Republican wins special congressional election in California

"It looks like Republicans win two special elections for house seats one in California's replace Katie hill she resigned Democrat Christy Smith looks to be losing Republican Mike Garcia Republican state legislator Tom Taft defeated democratic law school professor Trish is encore in Wisconsin's seventh congressional

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"mike garcia" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"mike garcia" Discussed on KTOK

"Mike Garcia the businessman and a navy veteran and this rate that kind of an early test of what a competitive election looks like in the midst of the pandemic on paper it looks like a seat that Democrats should easily hold on to it could be held wanted he flipped it in twenty eighteen he won it by nine points president trump lost the district by seven points in twenty sixteen but the interesting cabbie ought to that is that the great and expected to be very close and Republicans might even have an advantage because it's expected to be low turnout would typically use public intend to benefit from that kind of situation there to serve more reliable voters particularly in California but the pandemic is really kind of offended how the campaigns are operating and just really made turned out even that much more uncertain flowers so how was the campaign's adjusted because essentially on on a deal from a traditional standpoint at least they were shut down right under state home orders in California at the rate and the stay at home order actually came about two weeks after the primary on March third so they really didn't have much time to shift into general election mode before it this pandemic really hit us that we've seen that could boost campaign and my current P. a campaign using tactics other campaigns are using across the country the work going virtual essentially think that they're already doing like phone call texting writing postcards but they're just ramping those up as they often get testing like virtual town hall do you need them they had a candidate debate actually over in England which is interesting to watch it is kind of a new a new worlds and it was interesting queue for organizers on the ground there that are kind of the doctor one leader of indivisible group in the district the democratic group that's backing Smith and she told me that they're kind of flying blind that they normally would be walking out knocking on doors block walking and they just have to kind of pick up phone calls and it's a little difficult to get people energized to speak with Bridget Bowman political reporter at CQ roll call her pieces called race to replace Katie hill test tactics of pandemic Politika politicking talk about this a congressional race in California so this somewhat I guess is maybe a preview of what folks campaigns might be like after Labor Day right kind of a November preview right and then how quickly with the cabbie out of we don't know what November is going to look like but if we are seeing any kind of second wave of the virus or if working in situation where people have to stay home this is going to be an interesting look at what those elections look like at this special election is also taking place almost entirely by mail there are few in person voting locations and that all of the voters in the district mail ballot that's another kind of test of how does this work do people who don't usually vote by mail how is the process confusing and for the campaign the specially they have had to do a lot of voter education the theaters have a good cry uncle number of people who do regularly vote by mail okay but still it involves a lot of education of voters of if you did you accidentally throughout your ballot okay here's how you get a new one so it's just that they've had to make a lot of adjustments throughout this well it is a so you point out to sometimes there are delays with things like these in California because your vote is counted as long as it's postmarked on election day which might take a couple more days to process at the rate of California's kind of Victoria for taking a while to count ballots I think if any of the folks who remember from twenty eighteen the mid terms it took weeks in some cases to get results and some of these really competitive races so we might not know election is supposed to take place next week we might not know next week who the winner is but it really all depends on how many people turned in their ballots and how long it would take to count them miss Bridget Bridget Bowman political reporter at CQ roll call twenty minutes an hour from the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next the most efficient way to kill time while waiting for your lottery prize.

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"mike garcia" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"mike garcia" Discussed on 790 KABC

"To attack her opponent Mike Garcia for being a fighter pilot she's implying or implied in a in a in a virtual campaign appearance that him being a fighter pilot means he's not qualified to be in Congress let's listen it is what it is did you guys know he's a pilot I had I read she and of course the cloudless White House his endorsements yeah I sent I sent to my team so we we both walked down here to do this work so quite ties and I text my senior night okay he's got pictures of planes behind them I've got a constitutional law books I love the fact of being a tile it gives him experience and knowledge in international affairs what the world were they thinking they work closely with that I will assume they never thought that would become public which shows that they're not very good at she's a first term assemblywoman synching CS yes as she is that she's a lawyer so that's two strikes she I actually am familiar with that district until recently this was a Republican district and there's still a lot of people that both that way but this is not your rich Newport beach Republicans these are a lot of blue collar people a lot of working people their former congressman I believe used to own a sporting goods store that's the kind of businessman you're talking about and they're the cat they're actually the kinds of people who vote for Donald Trump and the idea that you would think someone who was in the military would therefore be a turn off to them makes the person saying that even if you think she's saying that private I'm going to be kind and say ignorant well otherwise he just made it yet because and and the thing that amazes me about that is as I look around the country where I know the districts all right in or at least have an idea in districts like this is where the Democrats took back the house by running former military people what are you doing girl and the answer sheet on well what do you think she was mocking him for which she mocking him for coming from the military she mocking him because she believes that being a pilot is a vocation it's not an academic person out there for no no no no no you're missing it the military or full of mindless automatons who do what they're told and the do you you just don't understand they're somewhere between stupid and deplorable that's what these people believe they really and truly do and I say somebody's going to get mad at that goal we don't all believe that no you don't all believe that but she obviously does and feel comfortable saying at a campaign event it well that's in a funny way let's try that our politics have become simple so polarized that if you only want to hear people on your side you can do that and you could tell that played well with people on her side and if this were a Maxine waters district she could say anything she wanted but this woman is not in the district like that and it's a gift I keep thinking people who do this really do have to be Republican plants you would pay them to do it what do you think is going to happen in that race nothing's gonna win I don't know I don't live in the district and I've never tried to predict where I don't really know anything or I think I really know I don't really know you know what I mean yeah it depends on who's going to vote at the moment I don't see wild enthusiasm on the side of the Democrats it'll depend on who can get out get out the vote organization and frankly Democrats are better than the Republicans about Dr barber stone thank you so much for stopping by always a pleasure always a pleasure John although you need to change your lead and music Johnny don't like the teacher is not good by Darlene well it sounds good let's go ahead and take a look at all the latest headlines seven million days ABC news at two thirty I'm Kevin Trapp governor Gavin Newsom is relaxing some coping nineteen restrictions stores that will be allowed to open with curbside service if they meet other safety requirements include bookstores clothing stores florists and sporting good stores the justice department is dropping the criminal case against president Donald trump's first national security adviser Michael Flynn he was fired in twenty seventeen and pleaded guilty to lying about his contacts with Russia's ambassador to the U. S. trump spoke to reporters at the White House and shared his happiness about the news so I'm very happy for general Flynn he was a a great warrior and he still is a great warrior now in my book is an even greater warrior good day on Wall Street all the major indexes closed up between around one percent and one.

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Roundup labels warning of cancer won't be permitted, EPA says

Chip Franklin

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Roundup labels warning of cancer won't be permitted, EPA says

"The trump administration will not approve warning labels for roundup here's correspondent Mike Garcia the US environmental protection agency says it will no longer reprove labels warning wife will say it is known to cause cancer the chemical is marketed by Monsanto as a weed killer under the brand name roundup in twenty fifteen the international agency for research on cancer classified wife of state as probably carcinogenic triggering a warning label under California law Monsanto sued and last year a federal judge blocked California from enforcing the warning label until the lawsuit was resolved the EPA says it's research shells wife will say poses no risk to public health hi Mike

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"mike garcia" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"mike garcia" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"What? Listen than my. Is on point in this conversation. Not only the on boy, I guess prize on the disrespect that guys like, you know. Like, John get I I've already caught in that kind of the way more competitive fight. Then, you know, Mike Garcia and thin less shit on that fight continue sitting on that fight. Because for some reason Crawford he's making these champion with regular, you know, what I mean like like some he's making these champions look like some fucking contenders. And he's getting criticized for it for me. That's outrageous. You know what I'm saying? And then as far as like triple g right when trooper g within the situation the same situation Cropper's. And they were saying are everybody ducking for some reason? When when when coffered is his resumes. Not good enough. No these taking him to you know, what I'm saying. Why ain't nobody wanting to sign that that Crawford contract? Why nobody calling Crawford up. You know what I'm saying? I'm not even cover fan. But I recognize you know, greatness, I'm recognized when when you gotta do making champions booking Bom. You know what I'm saying? Like it's from there. So I got back Mike, and I'm gonna go rain back in the bay talking shit. Presented mega mega call. Then they may it's all about the best product in the rain, and I feel like parents. Going to be part of that question. Others wanted to happen sooner rather than later. I'm not one of these guys that go out there. No, I don't I don't wanna terrified him. He's he's too dangerous. No, I wanna say tears in there with the tough top competition..

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